Photo shows General Francisco "Pancho" Villa with Raul Madero (d. brother of Francisco Ignacio Madero during the Mexican Revolution Francisco Madero was president of Mexico and a distant relative of mine - my grandfather's cousin I think.
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
Josefa Segovia also more commonly known as "Juanita", was a Mexican-American woman who was lynched in Downieville, California on July She was assaulted by a man named Frederick Cannon, and she defended herself which led to his death.
This 1941 Robert Hemmig image depicts children posing under a sign that says & Department of Agriculture Farm Security Administration Farm Workers Community.& This image was taken in El Rio, California at the FSA cacmp for Mexican fruit pickers.
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