A typescript of a travelogue detailing Everett Pomeroy's 1900 trip to Mexico, supplemented with 71 photographs and illustrations.
The journal includes observations on Mexican culture and history, but is mainly focused on the excitements and frustrations
of a Catholic American tourist in Mexico at the turn of the century.
Everett Pomeroy was born in 1839 and lived in New Orleans, Louisiana. The manuscript indicates that he was a Catholic American,
and that he entered Mexico on December 31, 1899. He was also the author of "The Great Reformation," a Great Mistake ... by
a Layman (1912).
109 leaves : paper, ill., photos ; 240 x 197 mm. bound to 253 x 213 mm.
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