1/20 Toltec Club Building
2/20 General Pascual Orozco, 1911
3/20 Annie Kleyhauer with Female Maderista, May 11, 1911
4/20 Woman and man Maderistas posing in Juarez, May 11, 1911
5/20 Clowning for Photographer, May 11, 1911
6/20 Group of Maderistas, May 11, 1911 in Juarez
7/20 Provisional Cabinet
8/20 Aultman Scrapbook, "Pancho" Villa
9/20 Maderista on Horse, Juarez, May 11, 1911
10/20 Felipe Cazares with other revolutionaries
11/20 Globe Mills
12/20 Men Preparing To Fire Artillery
13/20 Pablo Baray Apartments
14/20 Back of El Paso Laundry
15/20 Merrick Building
16/20 Camino Real Hotel with Street Lamp
17/20 Merrick Building
18/20 Holy Family Catholic Church
19/20 Radford School
20/20 Guardian Angel Church on Frutas
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