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    • Cathedral and plaza El Paso Del Norte

    • View of the Mission de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe del Paso, in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico; a cross tops the belltower. People and buggies crowd the street by an adobe business with sign: "Juan y Mora - Tienda y Tinteria;" mountains are in...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Down toward the racetrack after the battle

    • View of an adobe house after the siege of Ciudad Juarez, at the time of the Maderista revolt at the start of the Mexican revolution, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Part of the wall has been destroyed by artillery and the wall is pitted with bullet...
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    • Mexican revolution

    • Studio portrait of men associated with the Maderista revolt at the beginning of the Mexican Revolution, probably Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Identification includes [Gustavo Espinosa] Mireles, [Juan N.] Amador, Juan Dozal, Kiria Kopulos, [Venustiano]...
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    • Executing a federal volunteer captured on C. Juarez

    • Probably members of the United States military get ready to execute a Mexican federal volunteer at the time of the Maderista revolt at the start of the Mexican revolution on Calle Juarez, Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. The soldiers wear wide brimmed hats,...
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    • Military officers

    • Mexican military officers pose in an open touring car, probably at the time of the Maderista revolt at the start of the Mexican Revolution, in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. The man in the front passenger seat is possibly General Alvaro Obregon. Men and...
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    • Maderista rebels near Juarez, Mex.

    • Rebels, followers of Francisco I. Madero, pose outside tents at the start of the Mexican Revolution, near Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. The men wear jackets, flat brimmed hats or tall sombreros, bandoleers, and cartridge belts. A small boy wears a...
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    • Mexican side, American side

    • Americans and Mexicans face each other across the Rio Grande river between El Paso, Texas, and Ciudad Juarez, Mexico. Some of the Mexicans, probably Maderista rebels at the start of the Mexican Revolution, carry rifles. Mountains and smokestacks...
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    • Juarez Monument it was here Madero bade farewell to his army.

    • View of the Benito Juarez Monument, dedicated in 1910, located in Ciudad Juarez. Mexico. The monument is constructed of stone and marble and consists of a pillar topped with a bronze statue of Benito Juarez. Large marble statues decorate the base,...
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    • Maderista rebels

    • A ragtag group of probably Maderista rebels pose with rifles near Ciudad Juarez, Mexico near the start of the Mexican Revolution. The men are dressed in hats, straw sombreros, bandoleers and cartridge belts. A well dressed man in hat, white shirt,...
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    • Red Cross hospital, El Paso

    • Mexican nurses stand near a dead body, probably killed in the siege of Ciudad Juarez in the Maderista revolt at the start of the Mexican revolution. The women wear dresses and white aprons. A red cross flag hangs on the wall nearby. The corpse is...
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    • Just outside of the House of Tiles, Mexico City

    • View of two and three story commercial or apartment buildings on Avenida Francisco I, Madero 4, Centro, Cuauhtémoc, 06500 Ciudad de México [Mexico City], D.F., Mexico. A Second Empire style building has a mansard roof, dormers and roof cresting....
    • Rinehart, A. E. (Alfred Evans)
    • [between 1876 and 1897]
    • Ox cart

    • View of an ox-drawn wooden cart (carreta) near an unpaved rail yard possibly in Ciudad Juárez (Durango), Mexico. Shows adobe buildings, rail cars and commercial wood-frame buildings. Inscriptions on the box cars read [Mexic]an Central [Railroad].
    • Eicks & Lemmon.
    • [between 1890 and 1900?]
    • Hospital de la Cruz Roja Mexicana

    • View of the Mexican Red Cross Hospital (Hospital de la Cruz Roja Mexicana), probably at the beginning of the Mexican Revolution in Juarez, Mexico. Shows a territorial style adobe building. Men sit in an open touring car parked in front of the...
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    • Catedral de San José, Ciudad Antigua de Sacatepéquez, Guatemala

    • The Saint Joseph Cathedral, in Antiqua, Guatemala, was originally consecrated in 1541. This building was rebuilt and consecrated in 1680, after the original building was damaged beyond repair by repeated earthquakes. An arch frames the main...
    • Nusbaum, Jesse L. (Jesse Logan)
    • [1910?]


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