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Augustin Victor Casasola: Mexico City

Agustín Víctor Casasola was a Mexican photographer and partial founder of the Mexican Association of Press Photographers. Born in Mexico City, Casasola apprenticed as a typesetter and later became a reporter for El Imparicial, which

Man selling produce in front of the Cathedral Zamora, Michoacan 1927

Anciano vendedor de fruta frente a la Catedral de Zamora,... (All things Mexico.)

Fotos de Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal, México: Casa de Coyoacan  1908

Fotos de Ciudad de México, Distrito Federal, México: Casa de Coyoacan 1908

Resultado de imagen para la ciudad de mexico en el tiempo                                                                                                                                                                                 Más

Resultado de imagen para la ciudad de mexico en el tiempo Más

Division del Norte de Pancho Villa...Villa was a wealth land owner who helped lead the Mexican Revolution against the old aristocratic rulers.  He enriched himself in the process, but also distributed land to the poor and to the soldiers.  He is seen as a hero today in Mexico.

Pancho Villa was a leader in the Mexican Revolution helping the poor gain land.

Título:  	Mujer detenida en una comisaría Tema:  	DETENIDOS Personajes:  	0 Lugar de asunto:  	México, D. F., México Fecha de asunto:  	ca. 1925 Autor:  	Casasola Lugar de toma:  	México, D. F., México

Augustin Victor Casasola, Woman behind bars, Mexico, 1935

© Graciela Iturbide, 1988, Cemetery Juchitan Mexico

© Graciela Iturbide, Cemetery, Juchitán, México “The only real equality is in the cemetery.” (German Proverb) (thanks to / via: undr)

Vendedora de chocolate

Mexican marketer From a scarce CDV album of mexican occupationals made by the studio Cruces y Campa in the (Bunolera) The album contains 40 views of occupations, vendors and marketeers.

Mexico City, Zócalo Square, c. 1880s

Mexico City, Zócalo Square by Cornell University Library

Austin Victor Casasola    "Mexico City"

Agustín Víctor Casasola was a Mexican photographer and partial founder of the Mexican Association of Press Photographers. Born in Mexico City, Casasola apprenticed as a typesetter and later became a reporter for El Imparicial, which

Otomi woman - circa 1885

Otomi woman, ca There is something about this picture that I find very touching.

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