The collection is composed of chapbooks printed by the famous Mexican publisher and printer Antonio Vanegas Arroyo from 1880-1925.
Chapbooks in the collection document elements of popular culture in Mexico around the turn of the century, and consist of
booklets on a variety of subjects, including literature, poems, folk songs, plays, religious tracts, and healthcare advice.
Antonio Vanegas Arroyo was a famous printer and publisher around the turn of the century in Mexico, whose press was active
from 1880 until the 1940s. Arroyo's press was known for producing a number of popular publications created by various artists
and edited by Arroyo, including chapbooks, broadsides, street gazettes, comics, and corridos.
0.83 linear feet
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