Enrique Cervantes Photograph Collection 68, c. 1930
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Brief Description: c. 1930.  A group of 25 silver gelatin prints, each in an embossed brown mat, signed and captioned in ink on the mat. The images measure 6 ½  X 4 ½ inches in an 8  X 10 inch mat.  The photographs show interior and exterior architectural details of various structures in Puebla, Mexico. Included are: a birds-eye-view of Puebla; the Cathedral; the famed Santa Rosa kitchen, studies of majolica tiled buildings; the Capilla Real, built in 1549 and modeled on the great Mosque in Cordova, Spain; the large ex-convento San Francisco, and the Federal Palace, among others.
Held at:
The Latin American Library at Tulane
7001 Freret St
New Orleans, LA 70118
Phone: 5048655605
Email: chernand [at] tulane.edu
Record Series Number: Image Archive/Collection 68
Created by: Enrique A. Cervantes (1898-1953)
Volume: 25.0 Items
Acquired: 06/07/2012.
Arrangement: 1 Hollinger box
Access Restrictions: Open to the public. No known restrictions.
Subject Index
Architectural photography -- Mexico
Architecture, Colonial -- Mexico
Art, Colonial -- Mexico
Cities and towns -- Mexico
Cities and towns -- Mexico -- History - Pictorial works
Decorative arts, colonial -- Mexico
Enrique A. Cervantes, 1896-1953
Acquisition Notes: Margolis & Moss
Related Publications: Cuatro Siglos de Ciudades Mexicanas by Enrique A. Cervantes (1996)