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Snapshot album of Weaton Trip and photographs of Mexico

Identifier: HP.2002.01

Content Description

Small black album of snapshots for a "Weaton Trip" of Natchez, Mississippi to New Mexico, April 17 - May 25, 1941 and 20 photographs of various sizes of Mexico. Album has snapshots of locations around Natchez, including the Mississippi River, Stanton Hall, the D.A.R. owned home Rosalie Mansion and Garden, the Natchez Garden Club headquarters Connelly Tavern (House on Ellicott's Hill), as well as New Mexico landscapes around Santa Fe and Taos, Native Americans, mountains north of Taos, "The Bishop's Chapel,", San Miguel Chapel, unidentified ruins, and herds of sheep.

Acquisition Type



Arthur L. Olivas (no paperwork)

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  • 1941-4-17 - 1941-5-25


45 Photographic Prints


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