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Among others, left to right, El "Guero Fortuno", Lic. Ignacio Angulo y Araico, City Administrator, Carlos Villarreal, Mayor, Francisco Triana who became mayor the following period. On the wall Foglio Miramontes, Governor of Chihuahua, Miguel Aleman, President of Mexico and Benito Juarez, Ex-President of Mexico.

Uploaded on 09.11.2017 by Jorge I. Angulo

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

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1947 newly elected municipality of Juarez, Chihuahua

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