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INVENTORY OF THE MEXICAN PRINT COLLECTION, 1826-1851
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Series I. Religious leaflets and broadsides, ca. 1847

Physical Description: 4 folders

Scope and Content Note

Series includes Catholic broadsides and leaflets from early post independence Mexico.
Box 1, Folder 1

Cecilia; Broadside, 1847

Note

Oration broadside used for St. Cecilia’s procession. Printed in Mexico.
Box 1, Folder 2

Oracion : Broadside, n.d.

Note

Act of contrition oration. Printed in Mexico. (3 copies).
Box 1, Folder 3

Soneto; Broadside, n.d.

Note

Broadside containing a Soneto celebrating the life of St. James Matamoros (St. James the Moor-Slayer). Printed in Mexico.
Box 1, Folder 4

Octava; Broadside, n.d.

Note

Oration for St. Joseph. Printed in Mexico by Luis Abadiano.
 

Series II. Literature, 1826-1851

Physical Description: 20 folders

Scope and Content Note

20 literary leaflets from early post independence Mexico.
Box 1, Folder 5

Unipersonal De Otelo, O Moro De Venecia; Leaflet, 1839

Note

Spanish ballad written for the legend of Doña Josefa Ramirez of Valencia, in two parts. Printed in Mexico by Lus Abadiano Y Valdes, Calle De Santo Domingo Num, 12. (4 copies).
Box 1, Folder 6

Nueva Relacion, en que se da cuenta de los notables arrojos y valientes arrestos que hizo Doña Josefa Ramirez, natural de la ciudad de Valencia, y felicidad con que salio de todos ellos. Con todo lo demas que veria el curioso; Parte Una y Dos; Leaflet, 1851

Note

Monologue from Shakespeare’s Othello. Printed in Mexico by Luis Abadiano.
Box 1, Folder 7

El Enamorado De Cristo; Leaflet, 1840

Note

Part one of the sacred Spanish ballad, “El Enamorado De Cristo”. Printed in Mexico City by Luis Abadiano Y Valdes. (5 copies).
Box 1, Folder 8

Verdadera Relacion de la Prodigiosa Vida y Dichosa Muerte del Buenaventuraro San Alenjo; Leaflet, 1851

Note

Part one, of the sacred Spanish ballad for St. Alenjo. Printed in Mexico City by Luis Abadiano at las Escalerillas, No. 13. (2 Copies).
Box 1, Folder 9

El Curutaco Por Alambique; Leaflet, 1851

Note

El Currutaco Por Alambique was a satirical ballad by Manule Gomez Marin that reflected the tension between Europeans and Mexicans as well as social hierarchy in Mexico during the end of the 1700’s. Leaflet is a reprint by Luis Abadiano at Calle Santo Domingo No. 12 in 1851.
Box 1, Folder 10

Verdadero Romance De Lucinda Y Belardo; Leaflet, 1851

Note

Spanish romance ballad of star crossed lovers. Ballad depicts a love affair between the daughter of a Sultan of Constantinople and a Christian slave. Printed in Mexico, by Lus Abadiano at Calle de las Escalerillas No. 13.
Box 1, Folder 11

Isaac, Figura del redento. Drama Sagrado De Metastasio, Traducido Del Italiano; Leaflet, 1850

Note

Part one of "Isaac as Redeemer" the sacred drama in music by Pietro Metastasio. Printed in Mexico by Luis Abadiano Y Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 12

El Quebrantahuesos No. 1; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 1 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 13

El Quebrantahuesos No. 2; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 2 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 14

El Quebrantahuesos No. 3; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 3 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 15

El Quebrantahuesos No. 4; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 4 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 16

El Quebrantahuesos No. 6; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 6 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 17

El Quebrantahuesos No. 4; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 7 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 18

El Quebrantahuesos No. 8; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 8 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 19

El Quebrantahuesos No. 12; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 12 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 20

El Quebrantahuesos No. 13; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 13 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 21

El Quebrantahuesos No. 18; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 18 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 22

El Quebrantahuesos No. 19; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 19 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 23

El Quebrantahuesos No. 20; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 20 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 24

El Quebrantahuesos No. 21; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Issue No. 21 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.
Box 1, Folder 25

El Quebrantahuesos, Supplement No. 1; Leaflet, 1827

Note

Supplement No.1 of Post-independence Mexican periodical “El Quebrantahuesos”, that satirized the conservative periodical, “Hay Va Ese Hueso De Roer”, attempts to re-established and promote good Catholicism in post-independence Mexico. Printed in Mexico by Alejandro Valdes.