LAL02-3. Latin American Library - Image Archive - Individual Photograph Series
Found in 22 Collections and/or Records:
c.1900. Gelatin silver print mounted on a cabinet card (17.5 x 10 cm) taken by F. Parker of El Paso, Texas. Appears to be part of a numbered series. Printed in the lower left, "61 Chihuahua, Mex."
n.d. Gelatin silver print (8" x 10") of a larger-than-life size bust of Manuel Estrada Cabrera, shown with the apparent sculptor, who is unnamed.
1916. Gelatin silver print (12" x 20") of the participants in the nineteenth International Congress of Americanists meeting in Washington D.C. taken on December 27, 1916. On the verso side of the photograph there is a chart identifying some of the participants.
1960. Gelatin silver photograph (15 1/2" x 11 1/2") of several participants at a session of the Jornadas Latinoamericanas de Educación y Cultura Popular at an Argentine university. The participants include Oscar Vigliani and Leoncio Giauello.
1980. Gelatin silver print (4" x 6") of the Junta Revolucionaria of El Salvador. The individuals present are identified as Jaime Abdul Gutierrez, José Ramón Avalos Navarrete, Adolfo Arnoldo Majano, Hector Dada Hirezi, and Antonio Morales Ehrlich. Handwritten on the back is the date, March 1980.
1910. A single black and white digitalprint (8" x 10") taken from a glass negative made of the Maestro de Capilla, Iglesia de Pancartambo. The digital file and print was made by Juan Manuel Figueroa Aznar.
c.1900-1910. Gelatin silver print (11.5 x 19.5 cm) of an interior scene at a Mexican pulquería. The print number "245" and the photographer's name, "SCOTT," appear in the bottom left and right corners, respectively, in negative. On the verso side is the stamp of "J. Granat, Mexican Curiosities, Coliseo Nuevo No. 1, Mexico."
Accompanying the photograph is a postcard published by J.G. Hatton, Mexico, No. 7972 of the same image as a hand-colored, photomechanic print.
c. 1890. Unmounted albumen print (6 1/4" x 9"). The photographer is unknown. A portrait of men and boys, most are Mayas from the village of Panajachel on the shores of Lake Atitlán in the Guatemalan highlands.
c.1885 Mounted albumen print (6" x 7") taken by Abel Briquet for his early series “Vistas Mexicanas.” The print is on a stiff mount (9" x 11"). The photograph provides a panoramic view of the town of Amecameca, Mexico. Amecameca sits at the base of the Popocatepetl volcano in the central highlands of Mexico and afforded tourists a convenient base of operations for mounting climbing expeditions to the summit of the volcano.
c. 1890. Unmounted albumen print (6 1/4" x 9") of a group portrait of Mayas of Santa Catarina. The caption below is the following: "No. 6 Indios de Sta.Catarina - "Chacolá". Chacolá was a coffee plantation near the city of Mazatenango, Guatemala. The photographer is unknown.
1894. Mounted albumen print (5 3/4" x 7 5/8") of a pier and a steamship in Santiago de Cuba harbor, identified in ink above the print as Santiago de Cuba, December of 1894. On the back written in pencil is "Muella Juragua."
1963. Gelatin silver print on Litho Matte Realistic (16 x 20 inches) of the Nonno in the La Boca neighborhood of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Taken by the artist, Aldo Sessa, in 1963. It is print IV in a numbered series (I to XX). The print is stamped, numbered, and signed by the author on the front and verso.
c.1890. Hand-tinted albumen print mounted on board (13" x 10") of the Casa Colorada ["Red House"] also known as Chich-an Chob at the archaeological site of Chichén Itzá, Mexico. Written and signed in pencil below, "No 7 The Red House Eduard H. Thompson"
1930. Gelatin silver print (13" x 9 1/4") of Stela 1 at the archaeological site of Uxmal. The piece is labeled on the verso side as "Uxmal Expedition for Chicago World's Fair by Tulane University 1930 Foto Dan Leyrer." The background around the stela image has been blacked out with ink. The photograph was published in Frans Blom's summary of the Tulane expedition's finds at Uxmal. Click on the link below for the bibliographic record in the Voyager catalog.
c.1865. Albumen print (6 x 4.5 inches) on a tinted mount (12 x 9 inches). Studio portrait of Julio and Guillermo Valleto and an unidentified gentleman, possibly their brother Ricardo. The photographer is unknown. The signatures of Julio and Guillermo appear on the mount below the photograph.