A twelve piece mariachi group poses in their outfits while holding their instruments. The first row that is kneeling is all young boys, three with guitars and two with violins. The second row is two trumpet players, two guitarists and a violinist. Autograph on photo: "With better wishes, souvenir of Boy's Town. Rev. Carlos Alvarez"
Photograph of a woman standing in Fortin De Las Flores amidst various trees and plants. Next to her is a sign that reads: "Favor de no cortar las flores y frutas; Please do not cut the flowers and fruits."
A mural above an entryway to Hotel Peñafiel's dining room depicts indigenous Mexicans carrying flowers and vegetables off of their boats and onto the shore. There are buildings on land, one of which is named "Así Es La Vida" (That's Life)
Postcard of Carlota Amalia's bedroom, filled with tables, chairs and settees from within Chapultepec Castle in Mexico City. Printed on corner is "No. 13 Recamara de Carlota Amalia Carlota Amalia's Bedroom"
Postcard of Chapultepec Castle and National Museum of History from the vantage point of a pond surrounded by trees. Text in the lower-left corner says: "No. 1 Castillo Chapultepec y Museo Nal. De Historia, Chapultepec Castle & National Museum of History"
Two men and a woman are engaged in conversation while standing in an unknown room. Behind the woman is a poster that says "Mexico Verac--" "Departamento de Turismo de la Sec--" Translation: "Department of Tourism of the--"