Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Antropologia, 1951. Hundreds of black-and-white illustrations, plus several full page and folding color plates. xix + 970pp., very thick 4to, cloth, d.w.; spine ends of chipped with some tearing, corners bumped, hinges beginning, dust wrapper chipped and worn, ownership signature front free endpaper. Mexico: Instituto Nacional de Antroplogia E Historia, 1951. A very good copy in a very good (-) dust wrapper.
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Campeche: El Fenix, 1906. descubrimiento hasta fines del siglo XIX. xii, 360pp. 8vo, publisher's 1/2 red morocco, spine worn and repaired, ex-lib, corners bumped, scattered light foxing, mostly to margins. Campeche: El Fenix, 1906. First Edition Author was a Mexican journalist and historian. Ex libris from the National Geographic Society Library with its embossed stamp on the bottom margin of the title-page.
New York: Knopf, 1963. 8vo, blue cloth, d.w. chipped and dampstained, cloth dampstained, right margin of many pages lightly dampstained, corners of cloth bumped. New York: Knopf, 1963. From the library of Wendell Garrett with his embossed stamp on the front flyleaf and his pencil marks in the margin of a few pages.
Nunda, NY: 1846. 4 pages (front and back) each measuring 9.75 x 7.75 inches, Nunda (NY), September 11, no year, circa 1846. The writer of this letter refers to the events leading up to the Mexican War, which was precipitated by actions of President Polk, in part: "George M. Dallas played Judas; and James K. Polk is a mere tool in the hands of John C. Calhoun & Company. I do not pity the Pennsylvanians so much, they were told.....
Mexico: Colegio de S. Ildefonso, 1759. N. Redemptor Jesu-Christo, que un Sacerdote natural de esta Ciudad de Mexico distribuyo por todos los dias de la Semana Santa... 20 unnumbered leaves 12mo, disbound, scattered light foxing, otherwise very good. Impressos en Mexico, en la Imprenta del Real, y mas Antiguo Colegio de S. Ildefonso, 1759. Meditations for the Holy Week. Medina 4545.
Paris: J. Migeon, 1891. Map. Engraving with original coloring. Image size 12.25 x 16.25 inches. Sheet size 15.25 x 20.25 inches. Shows some light foxing. In very good condition. From M.A. Martineau's Nouvel Atlas Illustre Geographie Universelle. Pictorial inset at top right shows Mexico City, map inset at bottom left shows the isthmus of Panama prior to the canal being built. Good detail in Central America and the Caribbean.
Philadelphia: Mitchell, Samuel Augustus Jr., 1866. Map. Engraving with original hand coloring. Image measures 13.25" x 21". Beautiful map of Mexico published in 1866. centered on the Gulf of Mexico. Includes four inset maps; Jamaica, Cuba, Bermuda and Panama. Samuel Augustus Mitchell Sr. (1792-1868) is one of the leaders in American cartography of the 19th century and pioneered the conversion of engraved map plates to more affordable lithographic plates.