Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (1850?-1917) ran a printing house that issued a series of small theatrical works which were put in
Galería de Teatro Infantil. Some of his publications were illustrated by José Guadalupe Posada. Between them they produced "Perico el incorregible,"
"Casa de vecindad" and "Celos de negro con don Folías;." Vanegas Arroyo published the journals
La gaceta callejera,
El centavo perdido and others. The collection contains 21 broadsides, some illustrated by José Guadalupe Posada, documenting Mexican popular
literature between 1895-1925 in Mexico. The collection is in Spanish.
Antonio Vanegas Arroyo was born in Puebla, Mexico around 1850; in 1867 he moved to Mexico City; he later established a printing
house, and before the turn of the century issued a series of small theatrical works which were put in his Galería de Teatro
Infantil; some of his publications had the advantage of being illustrated by José Guadalupe Posada; between them they produced
Perico el incorregible, Casa de vecindad and Celos de negro con don Folías; Vanegas Arroyo published the journals La gaceta callejera, El boletín, El jicote, El teatro, El centavo perdido and others; he also published the Secretario de los amantes; he died on March 14, 1917 in Mexico City.
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