contains glass plate negatives, photographs, and lantern slides of the Mexican Revolution
done by commercial photographer Sabino Osuna. Includes images of Francisco Madero,
Victoriano Huerta, Alvaro Obregón, Emiliano Zapata, and Pancho Villa, as well as street
warfare during La Decena Trágica.
Sabino Osuna had a career as a commerical photographer in Mexico City, Mexico. He
specialized in portraits and architectural studies before the Mexican Revolution began.
Osuna documented the war through his photography by capturing street battles and presidents,
such as Francisco I. Madero.
15.34 linear feet
( 7 drop front storage boxes, 1 photo album, 11 lantern slide
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