Indians of Mexico
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Arden Tice Papers
Scope and Content Arden Tice's personal papers include correspondence and other materials pertaining to artists and writers of the Southwest, including Vivian Ayres, Robert Burlingame, Jerry and Sally Romotsky, Sandi Casillas, Judson Crews, Mildred Tolbert, Thurman Dillard, Wendell B. Anderson, and Dr. Wolfgang Cordon of Mexico. Tice's collection also includes family correspondence and other materials for her Hewitt ancestors in Oklahoma dating back to the 1880's. The bulk of the collection, however, covers...
Frederick A. Peterson Papers
Scope and Content This collection reflects the career of Frederick A. Peterson, a Mesoamerican archaeologist who focused his research on Mexico. Correspondence; anthropological and archaeological research; manuscripts from his book, Ancient Mexico; and eighteenth and nineteenth-century Spanish documents make up the bulk of the collection. The collection is divided into five series: I. Correspondence; II. Clippings and legal papers; III. Research and publications, which includes...
George Bunzl Photograph Collection
Abstract This collection consists of the work of photographer George Bunzl. The photographs are largely portraits of indigenous peoples in their native dress, shown in the context of their daily activities as encountered by Mr. Bunzl on his travels throughout the world.
Hugo Brehme Mexico Photograph Collection
Abstract Photographs by German photographer Hugo Brehme Wick (1882-1954, known as Hugo Brehme). The photographs in this collection include views taken in the following identified locations: Amecameca, Atzcapotzalco, Cuernavaca, Mexico City, Los Mochis, Paricutin (Michoacán), Sinaloa, Salina Cruz, Uruapan, Michoacán, El Valle (Sinaloa), Xochimilco.
Las Misiones Culturales Album
Abstract Collection contains photographs related to community development activities of cultural missions in rural Mexico.
Mesoamerican Codices Collection
Identifier: AC 457
Scope and Content Collection contains reproduction of nine (9) codices, background information and maps of Mesoamerica.
Dates: Placeholder Unit Date Text; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
Mexico Photograph Album
Abstract This collection contains one photo album of snapshots taken in Mexico in 1909 and 1910. The subjects of the photos include political parades, the children and home of Porfirio Díaz, posed pictures of "natives," picnics in the park, and snapshots of friends. There are also photos of haciendas, agriculture and industry, monuments and churches, and recreational facilities at the tourist "Club Suisse."
Photographs of Mexico and Mexican People by Contemporary Photographers
Abstract The collection consists of exhibition quality prints of Mexico by contemporary photographers.