Mexican chapbooks, broadsides, single-fold pamphlets, handbills and other printed ephemera, chiefly issued by Mexico City's
leading penny press publisher, Antonio Vanegas Arroyo. Most are illustrated, by José Guadalupe Posada.
José Guadalupe Posada was born in Aguascalientes on February 2, 1852. He was a Mexican printmaker famous for his politically
satirical cartoons and sketches. He used skulls, calaveras, and skeletons to make political and cultural critiques.
(approximately 390 prints in 2 pamphlet boxes, 2 clamshell boxes, 2 oversize boxes, and 4 oversize folders)
: etchings, engravings, lithographs, or woodcuts with letterpress
; approximately 40 x 60 cm or smaller.
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Collection is open for research.