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Postcard photographs related to United States military involvement in the Mexican Revolution.

Author: Jim A AlexanderClyde BartlettHarry D BrownWilliam DobsonP Flores PérezAll authors
Publisher: approximately 1910-1917.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Photograph : Picture : Manuscript   Book   Archival Material : English
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Postcard photographs created by commercial and amateur photographers of locations and events related to United States military involvement in the Mexican Revolution, ca. 1910-1917. Images include United States artillery, cavalry, and infantry, and Mexican federal and revolutionary soldiers, in addition to individuals in military camps, refugee camps, and prisoner of war camps. Other images include corpses on the
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Genre/Form: Photographic postcards
Photographic prints
Postcards
Pictorial works
Named Person: Jim A Alexander; Clyde Bartlett; Harry D Brown; Venustiano Carranza; William Dobson, aboard the U.S.S. Chester.; P Flores Pérez; Charles B Hazeltine; Frank C Hecox; Walter H Horne; C M Maigne; Robert Mills, of South Bethlehem Pennsylvania.; E W Murray; C Osbon; R F Pollock; Robert Runyon; Clarence Schindorff; Charles Trenkle; Ernest J Trinkle; F R Undritz; Pancho Villa
Material Type: Graphic, Manuscript, Photograph, Picture
Document Type: Visual material, Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jim A Alexander; Clyde Bartlett; Harry D Brown; William Dobson; P Flores Pérez; Frank C Hecox; Walter H Horne; C M Maigne; Robert Mills; E W Murray; C Osbon; R F Pollock; Robert Runyon; Clarence Schindorff; Charles Trenkle; Ernest J Trinkle; F R Undritz; Albertype Co.; Arthur A. Kline and Company.; E.C. Kropp Company.; El Fénix (Firm); Festner Printing Company.; G.J. Kavanaugh (Firm); H.H. Stratton (Firm); International Film Service.; International News Service.; Max Stein Publishing House.; Passing Show Printing Company.; S.H. Kress & Co.; Scott White & Company.; Underwood & Underwood.
OCLC Number: 79422127
Notes: Title devised by cataloger.
Description: 381 photographic prints : black and white and color ; 9.0 x 14.1 cm

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Postcard photographs created by commercial and amateur photographers of locations and events related to United States military involvement in the Mexican Revolution, ca. 1910-1917. Images include United States artillery, cavalry, and infantry, and Mexican federal and revolutionary soldiers, in addition to individuals in military camps, refugee camps, and prisoner of war camps. Other images include corpses on the battlefields and city streets, views of towns, and depictions of vehicles, such as trucks, trains, and an airplane.

Identified events include the burning of Tijuana, Baja California, during a battle on May 9, 1911; the Osaple celebration parade in El Paso, Texas, in Fall 1912; the aftermath of shelling by the U.S.S. Chester of the Mexican Naval Academy, Veracruz, Veracruz-Llave, April 1914; the United States Army Tournament at Washington Park, El Paso, October 9, 1914; the Great Military Parade in El Paso, April 6, 1915; and an outdoor church service at Camp Cotton, Texas, April 11, 1915. Undated events include the recovery of war refugees off the coast of San Diego, California, and a horse stable fire at Fort Bliss, Texas.

Identified photographers include Jim A. Alexander, El Paso, Texas; Frank C. Hecox of the Scott White and Company, El Paso, Texas; Walter H. Horne; C.M. Maigne; Calvin Osbon, P. Flores Pérez, Mexico; R.F. Pollock, Alamogordo and Cloudcraft, New Mexico; Robert Runyon, Brownsville, Texas; and Lt. F.R. Undritz, United States Army, in addition to an unidentified photographer with the mark in images "oTa", and a series of images created by an unidentified cavalryman.

Identified publishers and distributors of post cards include Albertype Company, Brooklyn, New York; Arthur A. Kline and Company, El Paso, Texas; E.C. Kropp Company, El Fenix, Veracruz, Mexico; Fedtner Printing Company, Omaha, Nebraska; International Film Service; International News Service; G.J. Kavanaugh, Publisher, El Paso, Texas; H.H. Stratton, Chattanooga, Tennessee; Max Stein Publishing House, Chicago, Illinois; Passing Show Printing Company, San Antonio, Texas; S.H. Kress & Company, Scott White & Company, El Paso, Texas; Underwood & Underwood, New York.

Identified locations in Texas include Abram, Brownsville, Granjeno, Hidalgo, Houston, Laredo, McAllen, Mission, Pharr, Rio Grande City, San Antonio, Terlingua, and Von Ormy. Locations represented in the vicinity of El Paso, Texas include the military installations at Fort Bliss, Camp Cotton, Fort Hancock, and Camp Pershing, in addition to views of city streets and Washington Park. Other identified locations in the United States include Cloudcroft and Columbus, New Mexico. Identified locations in Mexico include Juárez, Chihuahua; Matamoros, Tamaulipas; Naco, Sonora; Tijuana, Baja California; and Veracruz, Veracruz-Llave. Other images depict the landscape along the Rio Grande River and international border between the United States and Mexico.

Identified individuals include Pancho Villa, Venustiano Carranza, and United States army officer Charles B. Hazeltine.

Identified military groups in the United States Army include the 6th Infantry Division, 16th Infantry Division, 20th Infantry Division, 22nd Infantry Division, 4th Cavalry Regiment, 13th Cavalry Regiment, and 15th Cavalry Regiment, 5th Field Artillery Regiment, and the 6th Field Artillery Regiment.

Brief notes on postcards by correspondents including Clyde Bartlett, 13th Cavalry Regiment, Troop B; Harry D. Brown, Gouldsboro, Pennsylvania; William Dobson, aboard the U.S.S. Chester; Robert Mills, South Bethlehem, Pennsylvania; E.W. Murray, Providence, Rhode Island, to his parents Emma Murray and Henry Murray; Clarence Schindorff, Fostoria, Ohio; Corporal Charles Trenkle, 69th Regiment of the New York National Guard; and Ernest J. Trinkle, aboard the U.S.S. Chester.

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