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Saludo y felicitación al Señor D. Francisco I. Madero al tomar posesión de la presidencia de la República Mexicana

Saludo y felicitación al Señor D. Francisco I. Madero al tomar posesión de la presidencia de la República Mexicana

 
 
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Broadside shows small bust portrait of a mustachioed man--perhaps Madero--upper center and soldiers and military band on parade below the verses. The text, in rhyme, conveys the virtues of Madero's triumph over threatening natural forces--a metaphor for the Mexican social upheaval during the revolution, the promise of progress for the Mexican nation, and accolades for Madero, as the defender of the Mexican people.
Imp. de A. Vanegas Arroyo. 2a. Sta. Teresa, núm. 43. México.
Translation of portrait caption: Memorable date November 6, 1911.
Purchase; 1983; (DLC/PP-1983:343.3).

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01/01/1911
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Antonio Vanegas Arroyo (Firm), publisher
Posada, José Guadalupe, 1852-1913, artist
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