Historic Newspapers~ Red Wing Daily Republican dated 08/01/1914 -- "Extra" edition announcing the beginning of World War I. On exhibit in the News Corporation News History Gallery at the Newseum. Newseum collection Photo credit: Newseum collection

Historic Newspapers~ Red Wing Daily Republican dated 08/01/1914 -- "Extra" edition announcing the beginning of World War I. On exhibit in the News Corporation News History Gallery at the Newseum. Newseum collection Photo credit: Newseum collection

Niño Revolucionario. ca 1914. A visual argument for peace, negotiation, and compromise before war.

Niño Revolucionario. ca 1914. A visual argument for peace, negotiation, and compromise before war.

Mujeres Revolucionarias haciendo tortillas para la tropa en

August of 1914, a Constitutionalist armored car and its crew pose in Mexico City, as Carranza’s forces move in following the ouster of Pres. Huerta. Their stay would last only a few short months, driven out before the end of the year after Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata broke with Carranza, and marched their Conventionist forces into the city that December.

August of 1914, a Constitutionalist armored car and its crew pose in Mexico City, as Carranza’s forces move in following the ouster of Pres. Huerta. Their stay would last only a few short months, driven out before the end of the year after Pancho Villa and Emiliano Zapata broke with Carranza, and marched their Conventionist forces into the city that December.

The Teatro Morelos (Morelos Theater). Built in 1885, it is historically important as the site of the Sovereign Revolutionary Convention in 1914.

The Teatro Morelos (Morelos Theater). Built in 1885, it is historically important as the site of the Sovereign Revolutionary Convention in 1914.

1914 United States and Mexico Vintage Map by CarambasVintage, $25.00

1914 United States and Mexico Vintage Map, North America


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Photographers and their most popular photos…  You can even get an idea of what they think of their work by their expressions.

Photographers and their most popular photos…

Photographers and their most popular photos… You can even get an idea of what they think of their work by their expressions.

As if selling over 90 million albums isn’t enough, Gloria has served as a role model for women across the globe. The legendary singer is known for her energetic performances and one of the first Latin stars to crossover into the mainstream pop market. In 2010, Gloria also launched a charity single, “Somos el Mundo” to help support Haiti after the devastating earthquake. The Queen of Latin Pop is an icon with true love for her community.| via Latina

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As if selling over 90 million albums isn’t enough, Gloria has served as a role model for women across the globe. The legendary singer is known for her energetic performances and one of the first Latin stars to crossover into the mainstream pop market. In 2010, Gloria also launched a charity single, “Somos el Mundo” to help support Haiti after the devastating earthquake. The Queen of Latin Pop is an icon with true love for her community.| via Latina

Emergence of the Modern Mexican Woman: Her Participation in Revolution and Struggle for Equality, 1910-1940 (Women and Modern Revolution Series) by Shirlene Soto, www.amazon.com/...

Emergence of the Modern Mexican Woman: Her Participation in Revolution and Struggle for Equality, 1910-1940 (Women and Modern Revolution Series) by Shirlene Soto, www.amazon.com/...

"A face that escaped from that ancient fascination of silent film, where only the enormous eyes had something 2 say, fascinating play of the brushstrokes of her eyebrows, 2 dark bird's wings concealed under the formidable forehead, imperceptible or wrathful quivering alone compensated 4 the deficiencies of the dialogue, issued almost regretfully from a fruity but always contemptuous mouth. A face of a dominatrix, a huntress, a carnivore." A description of Maria Félix by Pierre Philippe

"A face that escaped from that ancient fascination of silent film, where only the enormous eyes had something 2 say, fascinating play of the brushstrokes of her eyebrows, 2 dark bird's wings concealed under the formidable forehead, imperceptible or wrathful quivering alone compensated 4 the deficiencies of the dialogue, issued almost regretfully from a fruity but always contemptuous mouth. A face of a dominatrix, a huntress, a carnivore." A description of Maria Félix by Pierre Philippe

During World War II, Latinas were contributors to the war effort, these Rosies worked in manufacturing along side women from across the American homefront. We found a record of Mina Mendoza, a young woman born in Hermosillo, Mexico. She made her way to the United States with her family in 1927, crossing the border on foot at Douglas, Arizona. When the war started, Mina, 5’ 1” and 114 lbs, she was operating a milling machine in the Los Angeles area. Ms. Mendoza became a U.S. citizen in 1944.

During World War II, Latinas were contributors to the war effort, these Rosies worked in manufacturing along side women from across the American homefront. We found a record of Mina Mendoza, a young woman born in Hermosillo, Mexico. She made her way to the United States with her family in 1927, crossing the border on foot at Douglas, Arizona. When the war started, Mina, 5’ 1” and 114 lbs, she was operating a milling machine in the Los Angeles area. Ms. Mendoza became a U.S. citizen in 1944.

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