Title:Photographs relating to Manuel Gamio's research on Mexican immigration to the United States
Creator/Contributor:Gamio, Manuel, 1883-1960, creator
Photographs show Mexicans, both in Mexico and in the United States; everyday life in the states of Jalisco and Michoacan (including
streets, homes, churches, peddlers, fishermen, etc.); views of Tucson, Arizona including many homes, and children and adults
at the "centro cristiano bautista mexicano"; Mexican gravestones; arts and crafts; performers in costume; and many mugshot
portraits with descriptions of those pictured (mostly day workers) apparently copied from the archives of the Mexican Consulate
in San Antonio, Texas.
Date:ca. 1910-ca. 1930 (issued)
Mexicans -- Pictorial works
Jalisco (Mexico) -- Pictorial works
Michoacán de Ocampo (Mexico) -- Pictorial works
Mexico -- Social life and customs -- Pictorial works
Tucson (Ariz.) -- Pictorial works
Title supplied by cataloger.
Photographed or complied by Manuel Gabio.
Photographs are in albums with the following titles: Fotografias diversas correspondientes a la colonia Acambaro -- Fotographias
diversas correspondientes a Mexico. Estados de Jalisco y Mich[oacan] -- Fotografias diversas correspondientes a los Estados
Unidos y Mexico.
Transferred from Manuel Gamio's papers: Notes gathered for his book, Mexican Immigration to the United States (BANC MSS Z-R
ca. 230 photographic prints (some in albums) : b&w ; various sizes.
BANC PIC 1937.003-.005--PIC
BANC PIC 1937.003-.005--PIC 1937.003
BANC PIC 1937.003-.005--PIC 1937.004
BANC PIC 1937.003-.005--PIC 1937.005