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QUERETARO: PLACES AND PATHWAYS

By Arq. Pedro Ramirez Vazquez (prologue by)

El Triunfo CP, Mexico: Grupo Editoiral Prov. Mexico, 1994. HC. very good+, black cloth (hardcover). color illustrations. ISBN 9686997024 Would be a fine copy except for some slight paper weave on the last few pages. 204pp.

$10.00

MEXICAN ART AND LIFE: A QUARTERLY ILLUSTRATED REVIEW - NO. 3, JULY 1938

By Tablada, Jose Juan (editor); De Leon, Francisco Diaz (art editor)

Mexico City, Mexico: D.A.P.P., 1938. PB. good, wraps (softcover). B&W and color illustrations. Printed on a yellowing, acidic paper, some cover wear/smudging. Great illustrations - UNCOMMON. unpaginated.

$60.00

DECORATIVE DESIGN IN MEXICAN HOMES

By Shipway, Verna Cook and Shipway, Warren

New York: Architectural Book Pub. Co, 1966. HC. good, brown cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket, owner's name. B&W illustrations. No dustjacket, owner's name of FFEP. 249pp.

$8.50

THE ANCIENT CIVILIZATIONS OF MIDDLE AMERICA - THE AMERICAN COLLECTIONS OF THE UNIVERSITY MUSEUM - BULLETIN VOL. 10 NOS 1-2

By Mason, J. Alden

Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvania, 1943. PB. very good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. 64pp.

$6.00

VILLA RAIDS COLUMBUS, N.M. MAR. 9, 1916 - [1916 VILLA RAID] - THE GREAT WESTERN HISTORIAN - VILLA RAIDS COL. N.M. NO.2

By Rakocy, Bill

El Paso, TX: Bravo Press, 1991. PB. good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. 328pp.

$10.00

UNIVERSITY MUSEUM BULLETIN VOLUME 21 NUMBER 3: MELVILLE ISLAND GUATEMALA - "ALONGA BUSH" A TIWI HUNT and THE TIKAL PROJECT

By Goodale, Jane and Shook, Edwin M.

Philadelphia, PA: University of Pennsylvnaia, 1957. PB. good+, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. Published September 1957. 55pp.

$20.00

THE CIVILIZATION OF THE MAYAS - POPULAR SERIES: ANTHROPOLOGY, NUMBER 25

By Thompson, J. Eric S.

Chicago, IL: Chicago Natural History Mus, 1958. PB. good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. 96pp.

$5.00

THE MEXICAN WAR JOURNAL AND LETTERS OF RALPH W. KIRKHAM

By Miller, Robert Ryal (edited by) [Ralph W. Kirkham]

College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press, 1993. PB. fine, wraps (softcover). ISBN 0890965374 141pp.

$6.00

ARCHAEOLOGY, MEMORY AND IDENTITY - MEXICO

By Page, John (English translation and editing); Baez-Jorge, Felix (editorial coordinator)

Mexico: Reproducciones Fotomecanicas, 1994. HC. very good w/very good dustjacket (hardcover). color illustrations. ISBN 9686963111 Fantastic look at the archaeology works in Mexico supported by the government. Foreword by Carlos Salinas de Gortari (Constitutional President of Mexico) with his presentation card laid in. 297pp.

$40.00

VISION DE ANAHUAC (1519)

By Reyes, Alfonso

Madrid: Indice, 1923. HC. good++, brown cloth (hardcover). 65pp.

$30.00

THE TWO EAGLES

By Chambers, Maria Christina (pictures by Susanne Suba)

New York: Oxford University Press, 1943. HC. good+ w/good dustjacket (hardcover) signed by the author. B&W illustrations. 176pp.

$30.00

MEXICO AND HER PEOPLE OF TO-DAY

By Winter, Nevin O.

Boston, MA: L. C. Page and Company, 1910. HC. good+, decorated tan cloth (hardcover) nice tight copy. B&W illustrations. An account of the customs, characteristics, amusements, history and advancement of the Mexicans, and the development and resources of their country." 405pp.

$8.00

THREE DOLLARS A YEAR

By Steininger, G. Russell and Van de Velde, Paul

New York: The Diamond Press, Inc, 1935. HC. good w/good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. Being the story of San Pablo Cuatro Venados, a typical Zapotecan Indian village, that hangs on a slope of the Sierras in southwestern Mexico." 117pp, index.

$6.00

BETWEEN THE LINES: LETTERS BETWEEN UNDOCUMENTED MEXICAN AND CENTRAL AMERICAN IMMIGRANTS AND THEIR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS
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BETWEEN THE LINES: LETTERS BETWEEN UNDOCUMENTED MEXICAN AND CENTRAL AMERICAN IMMIGRANTS AND THEIR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS

By Siems, Larry (translated, edited and introduction by); Baca, Jimmy Santiago (preface by)

Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press, 1992. PB. very good++, wraps (softcover). ISBN 0816515522 311pp.

$6.00

THE PORFIRIAN INTERREGNUM: THE PRESIDENCY OF MANUEL GONZALEZ OF MEXICO, 1880-1884

By Coerver, Don M.

Fort Worth, TX: Texas Christian Univ. Press, 1979. HC. very good, bound in yellow buckram cloth (hardcover) EX-LIB. ISBN 0912646497 Texas Christian University Monographs in History and Culture; No. 14. Ex-lib with minimal marks - UNCOMMON. 322pp.

$35.00

FLY DOWN -- DRIVE MEXICO: A PRACTICAL MOTORIST'S HANDBOOK FOR TRAVEL SOUTH OF THE BORDER

By Dodge, David

New York: The Macmillan Company, 1968. HC. good w/lightly edgeworn dustjacket (hardcover). B&W maps. An indispensable guide to sights, lodgings, food, drink, do's, don't's, must's and must not's south of the border. LAID IN is David Dodge's SPECIAL GUIDE TO THE XIX OLYMPIC GAMES Mexico City, October 12-27, 1968, 13 pages. 227pp.

$7.50

STRANDED IN MEXICAN REVOLUTION, 1923-1924

By McKay, Hugh Dixon

Wilton, CT: Hugh Dixon McKay, 1969. HC. very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. This is a true story about my experience in witnessing the declaration of the last serious revolution in Mexico, in 1923-24, and being stranded in Yucatan for 3 months during that revolution." 114pp.

$17.50

THE ROAD TO MEXICO
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THE ROAD TO MEXICO

By Taylor, Lawrence J. (text by)

Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press, 1997. PB. very good+, wraps (softcover), review press release laid in. photographs by Maeve Hickey. ISBN 0816517258 Truckers, drug dealers, cowboys, and artists: the stories they tell are strange, painful, amusing, and true. 180pp.

$5.00

MEXICAN JOURNAL: THE CONQUERORS CONQUERED

By Rodman, Selden

New York: The Devin-Adair Company, 1958. HC. good (hardcover) (no dustjacket). B&W illustrations. A JOURNAL OF SIX MONTHS IN MEXICO INCLUDING TRAVELS TO THE PRINCIPAL PARTS OF THAT COUNTRY; CONVERSATIONS WITH DISTINGUISHED PERSONALITIES IN THE ARTS AND PUBLIC LIFE; ADVENTURES, MISHAPS, REFLECTIONS AND PHOTOGRAPHS. 298pp.

$5.00

CHICANO ROOTS GO DEEP

By Coy, Harold (foreword by Jose Vazquez-Amaral)

New York: Dodd, Mead & Company, 1975. HC. very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover). 1 B&W map. ISBN 0396071864 This is the Chicano story--the past and present of the nation's seceond largest minority. 210pp.

$6.00

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