13 Archival description results for Mexico
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- June 1903
Black cover and pages.Album manufactured in New York by F.L. Schafuss & Co. Photographs glued in. Handwritten notations in black ink. Includes panoramic photographs and one navigational chart for sailing. Some loose photographs.
Photographs are travel snapshots from a cruise aboard the S.S. Vigilancia, a steamship that traveled from New York to Vera Cruz, Mexico. There are photographs of the popular sites and activities in Cuba, Bahamas and Mexico, including bullfighting, shoe shining, street scenes, cattle ranches, restaurants, mahogany, rubber, cocoa and banana trees, canoeing, vendors, Pico de Orizaba, markets. cathedrals, monuments, etc.
Other notable photographs are of the interior of The Grand Hotel, Wreck of the USS Maine at Havana, Monument to Cubans executed by the Spanish at Fort Cabana, ox-carts, and horse-drawn trams. Photographs taken at The Sequential Great Bull Fight, Havana. Vera City Mexico, Frontera Tobasco Mexico, Monte Cristo, Balancan, San Carlos, Santa Margarita, Vega Canal, Calle de Mayo and Mexico City.
unmounted POP print depicting a newly built road with an obelisk at the end, a bicyclist in middle, and streetlights and stone benches long the sides. Mountainous background. Verso inscription: "New Pasco or Drive, Oaxaca."
unmounted POP print with a view of Oaxaca city square form an upper-storey window of a building. Includes central gazebo, trees, statue, benches, cathedral tower in background. There is a group of men posed in front of the statue. Verso inscription reads "Plaza Oaxaca, Cathedral tower."
unmounted POP print depicts the church/monastery Santo Domingo de Guzman in Oaxaca Mexico. Figures are visible in the foreground sitting in the shade in the square in front of the church. Verso inscription, pencil, "Cathedral."
typewritten document outlining a theory of the Mexican native's links to prophesy in the book of Mormon. Accompanies a group of unmounted prints of Oaxaca city and nearby native ruins.
- [ca. 1850-1992]
File consists of stereographs depicting various locations, buildings, and monuments in Mexico, such as canals and cathedrals.
7 stereoscopic photographs by Keystone View Co.
5 stereoscopic photographs by Stereo-Travel Co. (Globe Stereo Co.)
1 stereoscopic photograph by Kilburn Brothers
1 stereoscopic photograph by Griffith & Griffith
5 stereoscopic photographs by unidentified publishers