Title:Mexican Revolution postcards
Chiefly commerical, real photograph postcards of scenes pertaining to the Mexican Revolution. Photographs depict war casualties,
soldiers, artillery, military encampments, prisoners of war, parades and other public demonstrations, and la Decena Trágica.
Among the individuals depicted are Pancho Villa (one postcard shows different views of his body after his assassination),
Francisco Madero, Victoriano Huerta, Pascual Orozco, Plutarco Eliás Calles, and a group of Yaqui soldiers. Among the Mexican
locations depicted are Mexico City and Ciudad Juárez. Also depicts United States military presence along the U.S.-Mexico
Date:ca. 1910-ca. 1925 (issued)
Villa, Pancho -- 1878-1923 -- Pictorial works
Madero, Francisco I -- 1873-1913 -- Pictorial works
Huerta, Victoriano -- 1845-1916 -- Pictorial works
Orozco, Pascual -- 1882-1915 -- Pictorial works
Calles, Plutarco Elías -- 1877-1945
Revolutionaries -- Mexico -- Photographs
Yaqui Indians -- Photographs
Soldiers -- Mexico -- Photographs
Soldiers -- United States -- Photographs
Military camps -- Mexico -- Photographs
Military camps -- United States -- Photographs
Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920 -- Pictorial works
Mexico -- History -- Decena Trágica, 1913 -- Pictorial works
Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920 -- Artillery -- Pictorial works
Mexico City (Mexico) -- Pictorial works
Ciudad Juárez (Mexico) -- Pictorial works
Mexican-American Border Region -- Pictorial works
Title devised by cataloger.
Originally received in 3 albums. Albums disbound for preservation purposes.
Item list available in library.
1 box (169 photographic prints) ; 12 x 17 cm or smaller.
BANC PIC 2009.016--PIC