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CORRESPONDENCE RELATIVE TO THE PRESENT CONDITION OF MEXICO, COMMUNICATED TO THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES BY THE DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1862. First Edition. 434pp. Hardcover, no jacket. Half leather, with marbled boards and page edges. Very Good to Near Fine condition. Boards lightly rubbed and some wear to the leather. Internally clean, unmarked, unfoxed, and tight. An extensive collection of documents and reports relating to mid-19th century Mexico as viewed by the US State Department. (cfm)
DATOS Y DOCUMENTOS RELATIVOS A LA VIDA MILITAR Y POLITICA DEL SR. GENERAL BRIGADIER DON FRANCISCO CANTON
Merida: Talleres de la Compania Tipografica Yucateca, S.A.. 1930. Softcover. vii+iv+225pp. Illustrated wit b/w photographs. Spanish language. Very Good condtion. Wrappers are near fine. Some foxing to first and last few pages. Otherwise clean and unmarked, and securely bound. (cfm)
Mexico:Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. 1980. 385pp. Wrps. Aside from some rippling to spine and a bit of sun-fading to covers, a very good, clean copy, inside and out. Volume 1 only.
Mexico: El Faro. 1916. First Edition. Wrps. lii + 696pp. Good+ condition. Front wrapper missing, spine and rear wrapper present but chippped and showing some handling grime. Contents are clean and unmarked. Binding is secure. A history of Tabasco by its former Governor and a supporter of the Mexican Revolution. (cfm)
DON VASCO DE QUIROGA, Biografia de Juan Jose Moreno, Ordenanzas de los Hospitales Testamento, Iniformacion en Derecho, Juicio de Residencia, Litigio por la Isla de Tultepec
Mexico: Editorial Polis. 1940. Softcover. xx+472pp. Very Good condition. Wrappers have heavy handling grime and heavy wear, particularly around the edges where there is creasing and chipping. There is a penned inscription on the ffep. Inside the contents are a bit age toned, but are clean and unmarked. After p340, the pages are uncut. There is no foxing and the binding is secure. Overall a very nice copy but in tired wrappers. Don Vasco de Quiroga was a 16th Century judge and Catholic bishop in New Spain. (cfm)
DWIGHT W. MORROW, REENCUENTRO Y REVOLUCION EN LAS RELACIONES ENTRE MEXICO Y ESTADOS UNIDOS, 1927-1930
(Mexico): Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriores.(2005). First Edition. Softcover. 255pp. Illustrated with b/w photographs. VG+ condition. A touch of grime to cover and top page edge, and light sunfading to spine. Price sticker to rear cover. Contents in fine condition. Morrow was US ambassador to Mexico beginning 1927. (cfm)
Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. 2001. First Edition. Softcover. 283pp. VG+ condition. Light shelfwear to the covers. Contents are in fine condition. (cfm)
Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. 2003. First Edition. Softcover. 253pp. VG condition. Some shelfwear to the covers. Contents are in fine condition, clean and bright and tightly bound. (cfm)
Mexico: Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico. 2003. First Edition. Softcover. 256pp. VG condition. Vertical crease to front cover, and light shelfwear to covers. Contents clean and bright. Binding is square and tight. (cfm)
ETHNIC AND SOCIAL BACKGROUND OF THE FRANCISCAN FRIARS IN SEVENTEENTH CENTURY MEXICO (Publications of the Academy of American Franciscan History. Monograph Series, Volume 10)
Washington, DC:Academy of American Franciscan History. 1973. xiv+166pp. Hardcover. Blue boards lightly shelfworn with a couple of scratches, otherwise clean with gilt on spine and front cover still bright. Internally, pages clean and bright, free of previous owners marks or signatures. A very good copy
Merida: Universidad de Yucatan. 1974. Softcover. 47pp. Illustrated with a few b/w photographs. Very Good+ condition. Very light handling grime to covers. Contents are clean and bright, with sharp page edges and a secure binding. (cfm)
Merida, Yucatan:Ediciones del Ayuntamiento de Merida. 1980. 2nd edition. 38pp. Illustrated. Softcover. Light wear to covers, otherwise in very good, clean condition.
Austin:University of Texas Press. (1968). 1st edition. xi+329pp. With 3 maps and 2 diagrams. Hardcover with dust jacket. Black boards lighly mottled, with title on spine still bright. Page edges soiled. Internally end-pages age toned but free of previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is lightly soiled and shelfworn along edges and folds. Not price clipped and still in very good condition. *"This book is a case study of intellectuals in the Mexican Revolution, with specific reference to four men from San Luis Potosi, known in Mexico as "the cradle of the Revolution." These four men--engineer Camilo Arrriaga, journalist Juan Sarabia, school teacher Librado Rivera, and student and lawyer Antonio Diaz Soto y Gama-- played leadership roles in the "Precursor movement", commonly defined as all political precedents of the Revolution of 1910-1917, including the manifestoes, strikes, and armed uprisings dating from these men's founding of San Luis Potosis Club Liberal "Ponciano Arriaga" in 1900 to the outbreak of the Revolution in 1910."...dj
New York:Alfred A. Knopf. (1966). 1st edition, stated. ix+255pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Green boards clean but page edges soiled with dust residue. Internally clean, free of previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is lightly soiled and shelfworn along edges but stll in very good condition.
Tacubaya, Mexico: Instituto Panamericano de Geografia e Historia. 1939. Softcover. 594pp. Illustrated in color with several full page maps and coats-of-arms. Ex-lib (American Antiquarian Society), only marking is a small card glued to back of front cover extending slightly above the cover. Very Good condition. Paper wrappers are lightly shelfworn with small closed tears along spine. The contents are clean and unmarked, with no foxing. Beginning at page 313 the leaves are uncut. The binding is square and secure. A very nice copy. (cfm)
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