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|Genre/Form:||Gelatin silver prints
|Named Person:||Félix Díaz; Porfirio Díaz; Victoriano Huerta; Francisco I Madero; José María Pino Suárez|
|Material Type:||Graphic, Photograph|
|Document Type:||Visual material|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Auguste Génin; Antonio Garduño; H J (Heliadoro Juan) Gutiérrez Escobar; C C Harris; Guillermo Kahlo; Eduardo Melhado; Félix Miret; A Morales; Osuna.; Lucio Quiroga; Tejeda.; Archivo Casasola.; Mexico View Company.
Pale green silk moire covers with two decorative metal art nouveau-style ornaments on the front cover, one of which spells out "Postales"; a third ornament is missing.
Most postcards have captions in the negative in Spanish; the versos of some contain annotations in French.
Leaves 53v-63r are blank.
Photographers and publishers include: Víctor Agustín Casasola, L.V. Garcia, Garduno, Auguste Génin, H.J. Gutiérrez, C.C. Harris, Guillermo Kahlo, Eduardo Melhado, Mexican View Company, A. Morales, Miret, Osuna, Lucio Quiroga, and Tejeda.
|Description:||1 album (298 photographic prints on 63 leaves) : gelatin silver; 30.8 x 20.7 cm.|
The next event chronicled is the arrival of Francisco Madero in Mexico City in 1911, whose bid for the presidency ushered in a new phase of the Mexican revolution. Next are a few views of the early battles of the Mexican revolution in Ciudad Juárez and other locations (1911-1912), followed by numerous scenes from the Decena Trágica of February 9-18, 1913. Images of the Decena Trágica, the ten days of fighting between the Felicistas (followers of Félix Díaz), and federalist troops led by General Huerta, include battle scenes in and around the Plaza de la Constitutión and the Palacio Nacional, the Ciudadela (government arsenal and stronghold of the Felicistas), and the Calles Balderas and other residential areas. Both the fighting and its aftermath are depicted, with an emphasis on the death and destruction in the city streets. There are also images related to the executions of Madero and Suárez, and several of Díaz and Huerta after their coup. The final four images in the album are of the catastrophe at Tacubaya. The album concludes with several newspaper clippings that summarize the events of the years 1910-1913.
- Díaz, Félix, -- 1868-1945 -- Portraits.
- Díaz, Porfirio, -- 1830-1915 -- Portraits.
- Huerta, Victoriano, -- 1845-1916 -- Portraits.
- Madero, Francisco I., -- 1873-1913 -- Portraits.
- Pino Suárez, José María, -- 1869-1913 -- Portraits.
- Festivals -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- Pictorial works.
- Generals -- Mexico -- Portraits.
- Presidents -- Mexico -- Portraits.
- Streets -- Mexico -- Mexico City -- Pictorial works.
- Mexico -- History -- Decena Trágica, 1913 -- Pictorial works.
- Mexico -- History -- Revolution 1910-1920 -- Pictorial works.
- Mexico City (Mexico) -- Buildings, structures, etc. -- Pictorial works.
- Mexico City (Mexico) -- Description and travel -- Pictorial works.
- Mexico City (Mexico) -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works.
- Mexico City (Mexico) -- Social life and customs -- Pictorial works.