The collection consists of approximately 200 black and white photographs of various cities, buildings, historic sites, people,
events, and places in Mexico taken by photographer C.B. (Charles Betts) Waite in the early 20th century.
C.B. (Charles Betts) Waite was an American photographer, born in Akron, Ohio in 1861. Waite moved to Mexico City in 1896,
where he opened his first studio on Calle de Rosales. A little later, Waite opened two more studios in San Cosme and San Juan
de Letrán, both located in Mexico City.
1.08 linear feet
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