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1940's Mexican Calendar Girl.August,,,.I just acquired this print

Here, two Mexican American men (at least one of whom is a serviceman) pose with their sweethearts in 1940. (The railing is an in-studio prop.)

chinas poblanas - I would love to hang this in my house. very few pictures of beautiful Mexican woman

The Secret River | Women Soldiers of the Mexican Revolution |

Emergence of the Modern Mexican Woman: Her Participation in Revolution and Struggle for Equality, 1910-1940 (Women and Modern Revolution Series) by Shirlene Soto,

Maria Felix - Mexican Actress (1940's - 1950's)

Lupe Velez “The Mexican Spitfire” c. 1940’s

Little Mexico in Palestine, Texas. THE BEST MEXICAN FOOD IN TEXAS!!

Lupe Velez, 1920's (1908-1944). Mexican film actress who began her career in Mexico as a dancer, before moving to the U.S. where she worked in vaudeville and early Hollywood films.

A family of Mexican agricultural workers heading for Utah. The mother is twenty, the father twenty-one, the child three, and the other man is the brother of the father. They had slept out overnight in the grass without bedclothing; the childs overalls are wet with dew and he wears galoshes. A veteran migrant, he has been traveling by freight ever since he was four months old. His family follow a circuit of beets and cotton through Utah, Texas, and California. 1940

Staff Sergeant Marcario Garcia[ (January 20, 1920-December 24, 1972) born in Villa de Castaño, Mexico, was the first Mexican immigrant to receive the Medal of Honor, the United States' highest military decoration. He received the award for his heroic actions as a soldier during World War II.

A cheerful 1930s gal whips up something yummy in this charming vintage photo.