Title:[Mexican Revolution photographs pertaining to Francisco I. Madero]
Photographs documenting the Mexican Revolution taken chiefly during Francisco I. Madero's term as President of Mexico. Many
scenes depict Madero in public, or in groups with other politicians, generals and/or other figures associated with the revolution.
A few images also depict Madero family members. Also includes other scenes from the revolution, many taken in Mexico City,
chiefly depicting street views of demonstrations, artillery, or damaged structures. While there are no battle scenes depicted,
a few images show the wounded and dead. Also includes a small number of portrait photographs depicting other figures, including
Venustiano Carranza, Medina Barrón, Salvador Alvarado, Querido Moheno, Pedro Ojeda, Ignacio L. Pesqueira, José M. Lozano,
Juan G. Cabral, Bernardo Reyes, Gustavo Madero, Eduardo F. Hay, Vicente Segura, Aquiles Serdán, Pascual Orozco, Giuseppe Garibaldi
II (also known as Peppino Garibaldi) and Raoul Madero.
Madero, Francisco I -- 1873-1913 -- Photographs
Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920 -- Photographs
Mexico City (Mexico) -- Photographs
Title devised by cataloger.
Majority of prints are real photograph postcards.
Many photographs are by Sabino Osuna. Other identified photographers include Hoyos, H.J. Gutierrez, Garduño and J.L. Martinez.
Upon receipt by library, photographs were sleeved and bound into an album.
Mexican Revolution photographs pertaining to Francisco I. Madero, BANC PIC 2018.059, The Bancroft Library, University of California,
Purchase ; from Howard Karno Books, Inc. ; 2018.
113 photographs in 1 album : gelatin silver prints ; sheets 13 x 18 cm or smaller
BANC PIC 2018.059--PIC