Tourism -- Mexico -- 20th century -- Pictorial works
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Alice Smith Gatliff (1868-1936) was the owner of the “Curio Café” in Agua Prieta, Mexico. The collection contains postcards and photographs about the Mexican Revolution. It contains images of tourists in the Curio shop, Mexican leaders and officials, portraits of revolutionaries, trench warfare, train scenes, military camps, and prisoners at Fort Bliss.
Abstract Photographs of the Florida and Philadelphia plantations in Chiapas, Mexico; trip along the Lumija and Tulija Rivers by steamboat to the plantations where tropical crops--rubber, pineapple, vanilla, and bananas-- were grown.