Architecture, Church -- Mexico
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Image Archive-Album-033
Scope and Contents c.1908. An album of 211 gelatin silver prints. The images were taken from across Mexico including the cities of Pachuca, Puebla, Jalapa, Toluca, Morelia, Guadalajara, Guanajuato, San Luis Potosí, Zacatecas, and Aguas Calientes. The album provides images of urban and rural life including street scenes, churches, mining operations, markets, bullfights in Guadalajara, roads, trains, architecture, and indigenous people.
Dates: c. 1908
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
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 38-(2)
Scope and Contents c. 1900s. 20 black and white photographs and card photographs of scenes of daily life among the working classes of Mexico.Also a church of Monterrey. Photographers identified are Scott, C.B. Waite and Coquille.
Dates: c. 1900s
Collection — Box Oversize Box 4
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 48-(49)
Scope and Contents 1942. 20 pieces of artwork done or collected by Morris Henry Hobbs. 14 pieces were done by Hobbs himself. They include pencil drawings, etchings, drypoint prints, and drawings in brush and ink. Four additional etchings by other artists are included as are two bromide photographs by Gordon Abbott. The theme for all of these pieces are cityscapes of Mexican towns, most feature scenes from Taxco, Guerrero.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 66
Scope and Contents c. 1890-1910. 745 single-image glass lantern slides primarily of places in highland central Mexico, but also includes scenes from Cuba, Panama, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Barbados, and Costa Rica. Images include landscapes, urban and rural street scenes, Colonial architecture, La Viga Canal, modes of transportation, urban and rural daily life, markets, archaeological sites, parks and plazas, public monuments, and churches. Several of the slides are hand-colored. Contact prints in black and white...