Manners and customs -- Mexico
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box 2: Series LAL03_153_02, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents c.1940s. Richly colored double trifold travel brochure for Guadalajara, Mexico produced by the Comisión Nacional de Turismo. The texts are printed in English to target Anglophone tourists, likely from the United States. The introductory text gives a brief history and description of the city of Guadalajara. The body of the brochure contains brief texts and graphic illustrations under the headings of: Principal Attractions, Location and Climate, Hotels, Excursions from Guadalajara, Chapala,...
Identifier: Ephemera-Collection 46
Scope and Contents 1820-2011. An artificial collection of an assortment of categories of printed ephemera pieces from Mexico. The range of materials include broadsides, correspondence, decrees, circulars, announcements, pamphlets, flyers, supplements, articles, papers, and brochures, to name just a few. The themes for the vast majority of the pieces are political, religious, or deal with cultural events. 132 pieces.
Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 21
Scope and Contents 1914-1930. The collection of Rudolf Schuller Papers contains personal correspondence, notes, manuscripts, photographs, newspaper clippings, and printed ephemera totaling 1,016 pieces. The major portion of the material consists of field notes, vocabulary lists, and manuscripts from Schuller's studies of several Mexican and Central American Indian languages and dialects, with particular emphasis on the culture and language of the Huasteca people in northern Mexico. There are also materials...