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[Ervy J. Redfox photograph albums of Mexico travels]


Redfox, Ervy J., creator, creator.


3 volumes of snapshot photographs documenting the Mexico travels of a Ervy J. Redfox, who regularly visited the Morales family in Mexico City and toured throughout the country. Photographs depict cathedrals and other churches, pyramids, missions, market scenes, houses, parks, indigenous persons, arts and crafts, street vendors and other workers, fishing, natural and urban scenery and many other topics of interest. Volume 1: locations depicted include Mexico City, Guadalajara, Zapopan, Tlaquepaque, Chapala, Mazatlán. Volume 2: locations include Acapulco, Mazatlán and Guadalajara. Volume 3: locations include Mexico City, Puebla and Cuernavaca. Laid into volume 3 are 2 photographs of Mr. Redfox and the Morales family, one dated March 2, 1956 with caption on back: "My 79th birthday at the Morales residence..."


1945 (issued)


Redfox, Ervy J -- Photographs
Mexico -- Photographs
Mexico City (Mexico) -- Photographs
Guadalajara (Mexico) -- Photographs
Mazatán (Mexico) -- Photographs
Puebla (Mexico : State) -- Photographs


Title devised by cataloger.
Photographed, compiled by Ervy J. Redfox.
Many images described by hand-written captions, in English, on album leaves. Few are dated.
Note taped to front cover of vol. 1, perhaps pertaining to all 3 volumes: "1940s & 1950s. Grandpa Redfox w/his friends of many years, the Morales family in Mexico City. Grandpa use to go to Mexico City every 2 years & would stay for months. He spoke Spanish beautifully."
Volumes 2 and 3 disbound from original covers, housed together in AX box 1.
Mexico photograph albums, BANC PIC 2020.028, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Ervy J. Redfox, born March 2, 1877 in Ohio; died June 13, 1960 in Los Angeles. --Ancestry.com


Photograph albums.

Physical Description:

approximately 240 photographs in 1 album and 1 box : gelatin silver prints ; chiefly 21 x 26 cm (8x10 format)