Collection of Cruces y Campa Mexican Occupationals, 1862-1877
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Brief Description: 1862-1877.  60 cartes-de-visites of the Mexican "occupationals" or "tipos" series created by the photographers Antioco Cruces and Luis Campa from studio portraits depicting men, women, and children in a diversity of occupations or wearing traditional costumes against realistic backgrounds. The collector was Charles R. Hunt.
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 48
Created by: Cruces y Campa (1862-1877)
Volume: 60.0 Items
Acquired: 03/05/1990.
Arrangement: Cards ordered 1 - 60 in photo pages housed alongside Photograph collection 67 in a single Hollinger clamshell box
Access Restrictions: Open to the public. No known restrictions.
Subject Index
Charles R. Hunt
Labor and laboring classes -- Mexico
Mexico City, Mexico
Social life and customs -- Mexico
Other Formats: Tulane Digital Library collection, Early Images of Latin America, contains digital images of this collection.
Related Materials: Photograph collection 67 contains Cruces y Campa cartes-des-visite of rulers and presidents of Mexico.
Finding Aid Revisions: Original inventory and record created by Ruth Olivera in August of 1990.  Revised by Christine Hernandez in October 2013.