1/6 "Angulotario": Family history from 1797 to 2014.

2/6 Joaquin Angulo-Gonzalez-1845

3/6 Hermila Parra de Angulo-1940

4/6 Celebrating Mexican Independence-1949

5/6 Inauguration of Plaza Theater in Cd. Juarez-1948

6/6 Juarez Mayor visits Fort Bliss-1947

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Illustrated by many pictures of the Angulo family and their relations, making reference to the stories herein which have historical value both from Mexico and the United States of America.

Westside / Mission Hills, (1950 - 1959), Family and Friends

  • Juarez
  • memoir
  • Jorge Angulo

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Governor of Jalisco 1845, contributed the San Blas Battalion to the defense of the Chapultepec Castle against the invasion from the United States marines.

Out of Area / Out of Area, (1840 - 1849), Family and Friends

  • Governor
  • Joaquin Angulo-Gonzalez

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Wife of prominent Juárez attorney Ignacio Angulo and mother of Jorge, Yolanda and Carlos Angulo. Prominent member of the Cd. Juárez social structure. President of the International Lions' Club, ladies committee.

Out of Area / Ciudad Juarez, (1940 - 1949), Family and Friends

  • women
  • Juarez

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Juarez Mayor, some of his cabinet members and their wifes and friends being Domingo Fernandez, Rodolfo Valenzuela, Consul Roberto Urrea, Ignacio Angulo, City Manager, Carlos Villarreal, Mayor of Juarez, Silverio Villalobos, secretary general of the Federation of Workers, Jesus R. Silva, Mario Jaquez, personal secretary of the Mayor, Jesus Fierro. the ladies are: Julia de Urrea, Hermila P. de Angulo, Josefina Q. de Villarreal and Gloria de Silva.

Out of Area / Ciudad Juarez, (1940 - 1949), Commemoration

  • Politics
  • wives
  • Juarez
  • Mexico

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Ignacio Angulo, City Administrator, acting as master of ceremonies for the Cd. Juárez government during the inauguration of the Plaza Theater. Behind him Mayor substitute, Francisco Triana and Mayor Carlos Villarreal.

Out of Area / Ciudad Juarez, (1940 - 1949), Recreation

  • Plaza Theater
  • Juarez
  • mexico
  • Carlos Villarreal
  • Politics

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Ignacio Angulo Araico, City Administrator, Lieutenant Coronel Rosendo de Anda, Chief of police, Consul Roberto Urrea, Carlos Villarreal, Mayor, Mayor General John L. Homer, Fort Bliss Commander, Coronel Raul Michel, Mexican Council, Francisco Triana, Substitute Mayor, Coronel Evans R. Crowell, Juan Stockmeyer and Enrique Flores.

Northeast / Ft. Bliss, (1940 - 1949), Military

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