Photocopies of documents collected by the Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores de Mexico and held in the Archivo General de
la Nacion in Mexico City, related to the investigation for violation of neutrality laws, indictment, and extradition of Ricardo
and Enrique Flores Magón, Juan Sarabia, Antonio I. Villarreal, and other suspected associates of the Junta of the Mexican
Liberal Party in the southwestern United States from 1907 to 1911.
Ricardo Flores Magón (1873-1922), President of the Junta of the Mexican Liberal Party and publisher of REGENERACIONES, Enrique
Flores Magón, his brother, and other individuals associated with the Junta of the Mexican Liberal Party in Los Angeles, California
were repeatedly imprisoned and investigated from 1907 to 1911 under federal indictment for violating United States neutrality
laws. During this period, the Mexican Secretary of Foreign Relations, various Mexican consulates in the United States, and
United States federal officials corresponded regularly regarding the evidence of violation of neutrality laws and extradition
of the Flores Magón brothers and other members of the Junta of the Mexican Liberal Party. The original correspondence along
with related materials such as newspaper clippings and legal documents were saved and are stored at the Archivo General de
la Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores de Mexico in Mexico City. Mr. Pablo Martinez photocopied Tomos XVI and XVII of these
records and gave them to the University of California, San Diego.
0.6 Linear feet
(2 archives boxes)
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