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 Collection: The Mexican Revolution on the Border: Primary Sources from El Paso
[Mountain Scenery on the Border]

[Mountain Scenery on the Border]

Date: [1910..1920]
Creator: Horne, Walter H., 1883-1921
Description: Postcard of mountain scenery on the border. Postcard of an unidentified group of cavalry soldiers at the base of the Franklin Mountains. Some of the horses appear to be malnourished because their ribs are showing. Perhaps the horses were left to graze in this field. On the right hand side of this postcard three soldiers are looking down towards the ground and appear to be searching for something.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Muster Call]

[Muster Call]

Date: June 22, 1918
Creator: Horne, Walter H., 1883-1921
Description: Postcard of U.S. Soldiers at drill. The Franklin Mountains are in the background. The post card is addressed to J.R. Teague of Framingham, Massachusetts and postmarked out of San Antonio, Texas, 22 June 1918.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Obstacle Course Competition]

[Obstacle Course Competition]

Date: [1910..1920]
Creator: Horne, Walter H., 1883-1921
Description: Photograph of soldiers going into action.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Orozco's Sharp Shooters, Juarez, Mexico]

[Orozco's Sharp Shooters, Juarez, Mexico]

Date: [1910..1915]
Creator: Horne, Walter H., 1883-1921
Description: Postcard of a group of insurrecto soldiers in the desert outskirts of Juarez, Mexico, posing for a photograph with their rifles. The caption on the postcard identifies the men as sharp shooters in Orozco's ranks, referring to the revolutionary leader Pascual Orozco. The three men in the first row are not armed.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
El problema agrario en México : la acción del gobierno y la iniciativa individual

El problema agrario en México : la acción del gobierno y la iniciativa individual

Date: 1912
Creator: Esquivel Obregón, Toribio, 1864-1946.
Description: Esquivel Obregón wrote this pamphlet as a means of critiquing the Diaz regime’s collusion with major landholders. Esquivel Obregón was considered a progressive and modern in his approach to government. He discusses how landholders were always able to co-opt the gains of different revolutions by swinging laws back into their favor after a return to normalcy.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at El Paso
El problema de la tierra

El problema de la tierra

Date: 1912
Creator: López, Saraim V.
Description: This is a thesis submitted as the professional examination for a law degree at the Universidad Autónoma de México (UNAM). López examines the effects of the Mexican progressive land movement in general, agrarian issues, and problems resulting from the revolution's land concerns, and ends with offered solutions to the “problem of the earth.” He completed the exam on May 4th, 1912.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at El Paso
[Quarantined for Measles]

[Quarantined for Measles]

Date: [1910..1920]
Creator: Horne, Walter H., 1883-1921
Description: Photograph of individuals quarantined for measles. Postcard addressed to J. R. Teague in Framingham, Massachusetts address 114 Hollis Street. The post marked stamp on the back side reads: "San Antonio, Texas, June 1918, 8:30 pm."
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
The revolution in Mexico.

The revolution in Mexico.

Date: 1911
Creator: Burges, William H. (William Henry), 1867-1946
Description: Printed copy of a speech given by William H. Burges, who was a prominent El Paso lawyer and businessman, in the presence of both Francisco Madero and General Juan Navarro. The speaker urges the audience to support the establishment of Madero’s government in Mexico.
Contributing Partner: University of Texas at El Paso
[Rhode Island Artillery]

[Rhode Island Artillery]

Date: [1910..1920]
Creator: Horne, Walter H., 1883-1921
Description: Photograph of Rhode Island artillery at El Paso, Texas. The author of the postcard identified this group of men and equipment as being part of the Rhode Island Artillery group. The Franklin Mountains are in the background; this is part of Fort Bliss is on the Lanoria Mesa.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library
[Scene of Disorder in Barracks after the Battle of Juarez, Mexico]

[Scene of Disorder in Barracks after the Battle of Juarez, Mexico]

Date: May 1911
Creator: Horne, Walter H., 1883-1921
Description: Postcard of a group of men and women observing the disarray of personal belongings within a courtyard after the Battle of Juarez. A variety of items, including clothing, blankets, hats, and crates are gathered into one large pile. Horses are in the background, behind the group.
Contributing Partner: El Paso Public Library