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Topic: senor

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President Harding and his secty. George Christian leaving St. Patricks Church after attending the funeral of Senor Don J. Antonio Lopez Gutierrez, Minister of Honduras, today

President Harding and his secty. George Christian leaving St. Patricks...

Photograph shows President Harding and George Christian leaving St. Patricks Church following the funeral of J. Antonio López Gutiérrez. Title from item. In album: 2 October 1922 to 15 November 1922, v. 9, Herb... more

Scene at St. Patricks Church during the funeral of Senor J. Antonio Lopez Gutierrez, Minister of Honduras, today

Scene at St. Patricks Church during the funeral of Senor J. Antonio Lo...

Photograph shows procession carrying coffin of J. Antonio López Gutiérrez into St. Patricks Church. Title from item. In album: 2 October 1922 to 15 November 1922, v. 9, Herbert E. French, National Photo Company... more

Senor Don Manuel Tellez, Charge de Affairs of Mexico, Madame Tellez and little Emily

Senor Don Manuel Tellez, Charge de Affairs of Mexico, Madame Tellez an...

Standing next to Christmas tree and model railroad. National Photo Company Collection.

Senor Vigues, wife and 5 children - live in this homemade shack opposite American-Mexican "Jim Crow" housing project, "Santa Rita"

Senor Vigues, wife and 5 children - live in this homemade shack opposi...

Photograph shows Mexican American man and three children standing at dilapidated shack opposite the Santa Rita Courts in Austin,Texas, first public housing development completed under the Housing Act of 1937, w... more

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