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1Author:  Houle, Emile CyrusRequires cookie*
 Title:  Emile Cyrus Houle Collection 1896-2010, (bulk 1910-1927) ead 
 Date(s):  1896-2010, 
 Abstract:  Photographs, scrapbooks, and printed materials, 1896-2010 (bulk 1910-1927). This collection is comprised of photo albums, scrapbooks, loose photographs, and printed materials documenting the life and travels of Emile Cyrus Houle. The bulk of the material relates to his medical career as a surgeon for the S. P. de Mexico Railroad Company and USA Medical Corps in France during WWI, and archaeological excavations undertaken in Mexico and the American southwest. Topics of interest include the Mexican Revolution, WWI, and medical research and publications on a number of topics including yellow fever on the northwest coast of Mexico in the early-mid 1920s. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Ixtlán del Río (Nayarit, Mexico) -- Antiquities | Mexico -- Antiquities | Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920 | Railroads -- Mexico | World War, 1914-1918 | Yellow fever -- Mexico 
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2Author:  Roby, KennethRequires cookie*
 Title:  Kenneth Roby Mexican Documents Collection 1788-1917 bulk 1824-1857 ead 
 Date(s):  1788-1917 
 Abstract:  Kenneth Roby Mexican Documents Collection, 1788-1917 (Bulk 1824-1857),contains seven series of documents that were written and distributed by various federal, state, and local government officials in Mexico between late 18th Century and early 20th Century. This collection also contains a small series of documents that were written and distributed by Spanish and English government officials in their colonies between late 19th Century and early 20th Century. Overall, this decree and orders collection includes military correspondence, constitutions and laws, appointments and promotions in the government. The collection also includes a chronological list of political leaders, important events, financial issues such as taxes and budgets, and overall customs in Mexico. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  Administrative Law -- Mexico. | Elections -- Mexico -- History. | Generals -- Mexico. | Governors -- Mexico. | Mexico -- History -- Spanish Colony, 1540-1810. | Mexico -- History -- Wars of Independence, 1810-1821. | Mexico -- History -- 1821-1861. | Mexican War, 1846-1848. | Mexico--History--European Intervention, 1861-1867. | Mexico -- Politics and Government -- 1867-1910. | Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920. 
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3Author:  Douglas, FrancesRequires cookie*
 Title:  Frances Douglas Papers, 1892-1963 ead 
 Date(s):  1892-1963 
 Abstract:  Contains correspondence, diaries, articles, stories, clippings, memorabilia, photographs, and translations of mostly unpublished works by Spanish-language writers. Some of the authors are Concha Espina de Serna, Vicente Blasco Ibáñez, Jose Maria Carretero, Guillermo Diaz-Caneja, Gregorio Martinez Sierra, Rafael Delgado, Pedro Juan Labarthe, Jose Lopez- Portillo y Rojas, Emilia Pardo-Bazan, Jose Echegaray and Eduardo Zamacois. Personal material consists of correspondence and family photographs, from marriage to Charles Fletcher Lummis, and later to Courtenay DeKalb, with whom she operated the Roadside Mine in Arizona. Photographs and correspondence related to the mine are present. Also included are typescripts of Douglas' published and unpublished articles, stories, and translations. Original drawings are by E.A. Burbank and Carl Oscar Borg. Correspondence with friends and publishers includes writers Eugene Rhodes, Henry Knibbs, Concha Espina, Vicente Blasco Ibáñez, José María Carretero, Pedro Labarthe, Guillermo Diaz-Caneja, and the publisher Phoebe Hearst. Diaries and photographs document travels to Mexico and Europe. Stories were recorded by Douglas while she lived among the Isleta Indians. Mexican and U.S. newspapers, 1911-1915, report on the Mexican Revolution. Related material in MS 39 and MS 297. 
 Repository:  University of Arizona Libraries, Special Collections 
 Subjects:  American Association of University Women. | Spanish Literature -- 20th century -- History and criticism. | Isleta Indians -- Legends. | Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Legends. | Mines and mineral resources -- Arizona -- Pima County -- History -- Sources. | Roadside Mine (Ariz.) | Women authors. | Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920. | 1900-1924. | 1925-1949. 
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