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Manuel Ramos, More dead in the plaza, Mexico City, [Album, Mexican Revolution], 1913, Gelatin silver print, DeGolyer Library, South Methodist University - SMU, Southern Methodist University, Central University Libraries, DeGolyer Library, Call Number: Ag1996.1039, p.4, LL/38133
 
Mexican Revolution (1910-early 1920s)
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