Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 48-(54)
Scope and Contents c. 1930s. An American Chicle Company "Chew Yucatan Gum" tin box with hinged lid polychrome painted decoration with lithographic designs. Measures 15 cm h x 16.7 cm w x 12 cm d.
Dates: c. 1930s
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 22
Scope and Contents 1985. 48 photographs of Franciscan churches in Yucatán described by Father Alonso Ponce in 1588 and revisited by Wulfing in 1985. Some of the churches photographed are in modern-day Campeche, which seceded from Yucatán in 1867 and formed its own separate state. The collection also contains Wulfing's 29-page descriptive paper.
Collection — Box 1, Box: 2
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 17
Scope and Contents 1940s-1960s. 500 amateur photographs of Bolivia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Mexico, Guatemala, and Peru. Included are 100 postcards of images taken by Martín Chambi. The work of other photographers like Robert González, Jiménez, Mateo Nieva, and Villavicencio are also included. Contained in the collection are three miniature commercial albums of Brazil.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 23
Scope and Contents 1980. 415 photographs of Colonial churches throughout Yucatán and some from Quintana Roo, Mexico showing details of their art and architecture. The collection also includes images of sisal haciendas in Yucatán with views of hacienda buildings and machinery, and a map showing the locations of the places photographed.
Dates: 1985, 1987
Collection — Box 1, Box: 2
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 27
Scope and Contents A collection of 173 photoprints of glass plates taken by Pedro Guerra Jordán in Mérida and elsewhere in Yucatán. Among the images are those of social and work settings, machinery, and Maya archaeological sites.
Dates: c. 1900
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.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 39-(27)
Scope and Contents 1950-2000. Color and black and white postcards of principal cities, archaeological sites, tourist venues, and landscapes from almost every state of the Republic of Mexico. Yucatán and Mexico City are the more highly represented locales. Postcards are arranged by state.
Dates: Publication: 1950-2000