Reproduction of a black-and-white photograph of the arched entrance to a hotel in Taxco, Guerrero. There is a stone wall lining the driveway and a young boy walks next to the wall, into the photograph. Behind the arch are houses on a hill in the distance. Taxco is known for colonial Mexican architecture, silverwork and as an important rest point between Mexico City and Acapulco.
Series II, Box 23, Foreign--Mexico--Taxco.
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(booklets, "Indian Paintings and Dance Paraphernalia" and "Indian Silverwork of the Southwest"; Mickey Mouse magazine [in German]; TYF's notes on Mickey Mouse cartoons and on American and American Indian Art Museums [1 p. ea]; book, De Museos, Universidad Iberoamericana, Deparamento de Arte, México, 1992)
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Tomás Ybarra-Frausto research material, 1965-2004. Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution.