1/18 Francisco Madero With Newsmen
2/18 Banquet Offered By General Orozco - 1912
3/18 Association of Don Porfirio Diaz - 1918 - El Paso, Texas
4/18 Association of Don Porfirio Diaz - 1918
5/18 U.S. Army Travelling with Wagons
6/18 Carranza on Horse
7/18 Mexican Revolution
8/18 Pancho Villa and his Men
9/18 Orozco's Camp
10/18 Francisco I. Madero and his Wife Sara Pérez
11/18 Long Tom
12/18 Orozco and Two of His Fighters
13/18 Castillo and Madero
14/18 Francisco I. Madero
15/18 Porfirio Diaz
16/18 Pancho Villa on Horse
17/18 General John J. Pershing
18/18 Francisco I. Madero
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Member of the Montestruc Family
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