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701., Aaron, Jan & Georgine Sachs Salom. THE ART OF MEXICAN COOKING. Garden City, Doubleday, 1965. 8vo. 309pp . Very good in dust jacket. Includes 38 pages of breads, cookies, pastries, & desserts. $9.50

346., Abbate, Francesco, ed. PRECOLUMBIAN ART OF NORTH AMERICA AND MEXICO. London, Octopus, 1972. 1st English edition. 12mo. 159pp . Near fine in dust jacket. 98 color photographs. Sections on Eskimo, "North American Indian", & Mexican art. $10.00

371., Abreu Gomez, Emilio. CANEK: HISTORY AND LEGEND OF A MAYA HERO. Berkeley, University of California, 1979. 1st U.S. edition. 8vo. 68pp . Near fine in price clipped dust jacket. A fictionalized history, biography, written in fragments, of the great leader of the Yucatan Mayan revolt of 1761. $20.00

235., Aceves Gonzalez, Francisco de Jesus. LA TELEVISION EN GUADALAJARA: GENESIS Y DESARROLLO. Guadalajara, Universidad de Guadalajara, 1995. 1st edition. 12mo. 70pp . Lightly rubbed, near fine; paperback. In Spanish. A history of the development of the television industry in Guadalajara. Limited to 1000 copies.. $15.00

461., Aguirre, Alejandro. MORTALIDAD MATERNA EN MEXICO. Mexico, UAEM, 1999. 1st edition. Small 4to. 73pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. A statistical study of death in maternity & child birth of Mexican women, historical tendencies & geographic distribution. $15.00

1174., Alba, Victor. THE MEXICANS: THE MAKING OF A NATION. New York, Praeger, 1967. 1st edition. 8vo. 268pp . Very good in worn, torn dust jacket. Endpaper maps, illustrations. A complex view of the many unblended elements in Mexican history. $12.50

2791., Albers, Anni (photographs by John T. Hill, introduction by Michael D. Cole). PRE-COLUMBIAN MEXICAN MINIATURES: THE JOSEF AND ANNI ALBERS COLLECTION. New York, Praeger, 1970. 1st edition. Large 4to. Soiled boards, very good. 84 photographs. Unpaginated. An extensive collection of small depictions of human figures in clay & stone. $25.00

141., Alessio Robles, Miguel. A MEDIO CAMINO. Mexico, Editorial Stylo, 1949. 1st edition. 16mo. 273pp . Lightly soiled, very good; paperback. In Spanish. A collection of wide ranging essays, history, travel, literary criticism, several on Obregon & Villa. $15.00

87., Alessio Robles, Miguel. ANTOLOGIA SELECTA. Mexico, Editorial Patria, 1946. 1st edition. 12mo. 274pp . Tiny tears at spine, good, tight copy. In Spanish. Essays on customs & travel, politics & history, & arts & letters by the writer, lawyer & politician. $12.50

1357., Alessio Robles, Miguel. CONTEMPLANDO EL PASADO. Mexico, Editorial Stylo, 1950. 1st edition. 16mo. 318pp . Lightly soiled, very good; paperback. In Spanish. A collection of wide ranging essays, history, travel, literary criticism, several on Cervantes & Azorin, Obregon & Europe. $15.00

1406., Alvarado, Julio. THE GEOGRAPHICAL AND EXPLORING COMMISSION OF THE MEXICAN REPUBLIC: SKETCH OF ITS ORGANIZATION AND LABORS. Buffalo, Gies, ca1900. 8vo. 23pp . Ex-library, 3" tear in front cover, tight working copy. Paperback. 1 map. $20.00

1754., Alvarez del Vayo, Julio. THE LAST OPTIMIST. New York, Viking, 1950. 1st US edition. 8vo. 406pp . About fine in dust jacket. Memoirs. Spanish Republic's first ambassador to Mexico, investigator of the Chaco War for the League of Nations, friend of Nehru, Lenin. $20.00

877., Alvear Acevedo, Carlos. HISTORIA DE MEXICO: EPOCAS PRECORTESIANA, COLONIAL E INDEPENDIENTE. Mexico, Editorial Jus, 1970. 11th edition. 8vo. 365pp . Browning, lightly creases, yet a nice, tight copy; paperback. A very well illustrated, standard history of Mexico, 1/3 of the book is of the eras before Cortez. $12.50

1456., Ambasz, Emilio. THE ARCHITECTURE OF LUIS BARRAGAN. New York, Museum of Modern Art, 1976. 1st edition. 4to. 128pp . Lightly bumped corners, very good; paperback. Bibliography. Well illustrated in color. $15.00

1673., Anaya Lang, Ana Luisa. ESTUDIO SOBRE EL POTENCIAL ALELOPATICO DE ALGUNAS PLANTAS SECUNDARIAS DE UNA ZONA CALIDO-HUMEDA DE MEXICO. Mexico, UNAM, 1976. Small 8vo. 296pp . About fine; paperback. Signed letter from author laid in loose. In Spanish. Bibliography, illustrations. The ecological importance of 2nd growth plants in the tropical area of Veracruz. $35.00

1529., Andrews, George F. et al. EDZNA, CAMPECHE, MEXICO: SETTLEMENT PATTERNS AND MONUMENTAL ARCHITECTURE. Culver City, Labyrinthos, 1984. 4to. 149pp . About fine; paperback. In 2 volumes, one of text with 17 line figures & 71 photographs & the second of 7 loose, folded maps. $20.00

54., Anguiano, Maria Eugenia. AGRICULTURA Y MIGRACION EN EL VALLE DE MEXICALI. Tijuana, El Colegio de la Frontera No, 1995. 1st edition. 8vo. 148pp . Lightly rubbed, near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. An economic history of the development of large scale, mostly cotton, farming around Mexicali & expansion of migrant workers. $16.50

2324., Anonymous. BIBLIOGRAFIA DEL PETROLEO EN MEXICO. Mexico, Departamento del Petroleo, 1927. 1st edition. Small 8vo. 169pp . Uncut, light browning, very good; paperback. In Spanish. Both Spanish language & English language sources are cited. $35.00

1459., Anonymous. LOS CODICES DE MEXICO. Mexico, INAH, 1979. 1st edition. Square 4to. 142pp . Very good; paperback. In Spanish. Introductory essays, 60 color & black & white plates reproducing the codices, explanatory texts. $35.00

2536., Anonymous. PEQUEN~A HISTORIA DE UN PUEBLO HERMANO. Mexico, U.S.A. Embassy, 1949. 1st edition. 16mo. 47pp . Very good; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. An illustrated history of the United States produced by the embassy in Mexico City for obvious propaganda purposes. $10.00

520., Anonymous. PLAN LERMA, ASISTENCIA TECNICA, OPERACION HUICOT. Guadalajara, Poder Ejecutivo Federal, 1966. 1st edition. 4to. 203pp . Very good in dust jacket; paperback. Photographs, maps. Development plan for indigenous Huichol, Cora, & Tepehuan communities with anthropological information. $25.00

2659., Anonymous. THE TRUE FACTS ABOUT THE EXPROPRIATION OF THE OIL COMPANIES' PROPERTIES IN MEXICO. Mexico, Government of Mexico, 1940. 1st edition. 8vo. 271pp . Ex-library, else good, tight copy; paperback. The official reply to Standard Oil's book, Present Status of the Mexican Oil Expropriations & other oil company writings. $20.00

3341., Arcila Farias, Eduardo. REFORMAS ECONOMICAS DEL SIGLO XVIII EN NUEVA ESPAN~A. In 2 volumes. Mexico, SepSetentas, 1974. 16mo. 215+159pp . Lightly bumped, very good; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. V. I: Ideas Economicas, Comercio y Regimen de Comercio Libre, V. II: Industria, Mineria y Real Hacienda. $20.00

3390., Arguelles Bringas, Roberto (prologue, sellection & bibliography by Serge I. Zaitzeff). FUERZA Y DOLOR: ANTOLOGIA POETICA DE ROBERTO ARGUELLES BRINGAS. Mexico, Sepsetentas, 1975. 1st edition. 16mo. 191pp . near fine; paperback. In Spanish. The first publication in book form of the poetry of a late 19th century Mexican admired by Nervo, Campos, Tablada, & Reyes. $15.00

416., Arnold, Linda. BUREAUCRACY AND BUREAUCRATS IN MEXICO CITY 1742-1835. Tucson, University of Arizona, 1988. 1st edition. 8vo. 202pp . About fine. 14 page bibliography. $15.00

2419., Atkinson, Fred W. THE ARGONAUTS OF 1769: A NARRATIVE OF THE OCCUPATION OF SAN DIEGO AND MONTEREY BY DON GASPAR DE PORTOLA. Watsonville, Pajaronian Press, 1936. 1st edition. Small 8vo. 166pp . Soiled boards, good, tight copy. 6 illustrations. Signed by the author on the fold out map. De Portola, among other accomplishments, was the 1st to record the redwoods. $30.00

2730., Atwater, James D. & Ramon E. Ruiz (illustrated by Paul Hogarth). OUT FROM UNDER: BENITO JUAREZ AND MEXICO'S STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE. Garden City, Zenith Books, 1969. 1st edition. Small 8vo. 118pp . Near fine in lightly worn dust jacket. A juvenile history with marvelous illustrations. $20.00

2923., Avila Camacho, Manuel. ADDRESS TO THE MEXICAN AGRONOMISTS. Mexico, Department of State, 1941. 8vo. 23pp . Lightly browned, very good; staple bound paperback. A speech by the president of Mexico on land reform, irrigation, the ejidos, & increased production in agriculture. $15.00

3149., Avila Camacho, Manuel & Salvador Urbina. THE PURPOSES OF JUSTICE IN MEXICO: SPEECHES. Mexico, Dept. of State, 1941. 1st edition. 8vo. 29pp . light browning, very good; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. Speeches by the President & the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Mexico at the inauguration of the new Court Building. $15.00

2067., Avila, Manuel. TRADITION AND GROWTH: A STUDY OF FOUR MEXICAN VILLAGES. Chicago, University of Chicago, 1969. 1st edition. Small 8vo. 219pp . Near fine in price clipped dust jacket, large tear rear jacket. Economic & social history of Aztec, Zapotec, Mayan, & Ladino peasant villages through a time of intense modernization. $12.50

9., Aviles, Anthony, catalogue design director (photographs by Charles Uht). THE NELSON A. ROCKEFELLER COLLECTION OF MEXICAN FOLK ART. New York, Museum of Primitive Art, 1969. 1st edition. 12mo. 16pp . Lightly rubbed, small tear foot of spine, good. Staple bound paperback. 31 objects depicted. Foreword by Nelson Rockefeller, introduction by Carl Fox. $10.00

52., Balan, Jorge, Harley L. Browning, et al. MEN IN A DEVELOPING SOCIETY: GEOGRAPHIC AND SOCIAL MOBILITY IN MONTERREY, MEXICO. Austin, University of Texas, 1973. 1st edition. 8vo. 384pp . Remainder mark, otherwise very good in dust jacket. $9.50

476., Ballentine, George. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF AN ENGLISH SOLDIER IN THE UNITED STATES ARMY. Chicago, The Lakeside Press, 1986. Reprint edition. 16mo. 354pp . About fine. #85 of the Lakeside Classics, a first hand account of the Mexican War, illustrated with contemporary etchings. $15.00

336., Barker, Nancy Nichols. THE FRENCH EXPERIENCE IN MEXICO, 1821-1861: A HISTORY OF CONSTANT MISUNDERSTANDING. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina, 1979. 1st edition. 8vo. 264pp . Near fine. Endpaper maps. A attempt to explain the folly of Maximilian by taking a much broader view of Franco-Mexican history than usual. $25.00

2242., Barrett, Elinore M. LA CUENCA DEL TEPALCATEPEC: Vol. I, SU COLONIZACION Y TENENCIA DE LA TIERRA; Vol. II, SU DESARROLLO MODERNO. Mexico, SepSetentas, 1975. 1st edition. 16mo. 173+147pp . Very good; paperback. In Spanish. History of a region in the west of Michoacan, special attention on land tenancy as affected by the conquest & the revolution. $12.50

2132., Barrett, Ward. THE SUGAR HACIENDA OF THE MARQUESES DEL VALLE. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota, 1970. 1st edition. 4to. 147pp . Very good in dust jacket, small tears in jacket. 20 illustrations. A detailed study of the sugar plantation founded by Hernan Cortes in Oaxaca from 1535 to 1848. $20.00

151., Beals, Ralph L. ETHNOLOGY OF THE WESTERN MIXE. New York, Cooper Square, 1973. Reprint edition. 8vo. 175pp . Light shelf wear, near fine. 2 maps, 17 plates, 7 figures. From the 1945 edition of Beals' 1933 study of the Mixtec of Oaxaca, new introduction for this edition. Bibliography. $15.00

217., Bell, Betty, ed. INDIAN MEXICO PAST AND PRESENT. Los Angeles, University of California, 1967. 1st edition. 8vo. 109pp . Very good; paperback. 6 papers originally presented at the symposium of the same name at UCLA on December 4, 1965. $9.50

2143., Benson, Nettie Lee, ed. MEXICO AND THE SPANISH CORTES 1810-1822: EIGHT ESSAYS. Austin, University of Texas, 1971. 3rd printing. 8vo. 243pp . Very good in dust jacket. 13 page bibliography. The first attempt at constitutional government in Mexico, much reflected in the present system. $15.00

372., Berdiales, German. MIS MEJORES CUENTOS PARA LOS NIN~OS. Mexico, A. Kapelusz, nd 1940s?. 3rd revised edition. Small 8vo. 168pp . Front cover separated, loosening, all here. In Spanish. 3 color illustrations. Short stories for children. $9.50

3343., Bernal, Ignacio, Alfonso Velez Orozco & Juan Garcia Ramos (edited by Raul Cardiel Reyes). TRES CIENTIFICOS MEXICANOS. Mexico, SepSetentas, 1974. 1st edition. 16mo. 212pp . Near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. Biographies of archaeologist Alfonso Caso, doctor Ignacio Gonzalez Guzman & scientist Arturo Rosenblueth. $9.50

2978., Besnault, Claude. LE MEXIQUE. Paris, Arthaud, 1969. 1st edition. Large 8vo. 273pp . Light edge wear, very good in chipped dust jacket. In French. 155 photographs, 4 color plates, 4 maps, 3 figures. Beautiful photography of all aspects of Mexico from pre-conquest to modern. $25.00

1395., Bizant, Jan, et al, eds. HISTORIA MEXICANA 82: EN SU VIGESIMO ANIVERSARIO. Mexico, Colegio de Mexico, Oct.-Dec. 1971. Small 8vo. 184pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. 9 papers on prehispanic history of Mexico, economic history of Latin America, oral history, church history, & other topics. $15.00

41., Blancke, W. Wendell. JUAREZ OF MEXICO. New York, Praeger, 1971. 8vo. 152pp . Very good in lightly worn, price clipped dust jacket. A fast-paced, witty biography of the back-country boy who became president. $15.00

2743., Boas, Franz. NOTES ON THE CHATINO LANGUAGE OF MEXICO. Lancaster, New Era, 1913. 8vo. 9pp . Very good; staple bound paperback. Reprinted from American Anthropologist, January-March, 1913. Vocabulary & grammar of a Oaxacan people. $25.00

289., Bond, Marshall, Jr. GOLD HUNTER: THE ADVENTURES OF MARSHALL BOND. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico, 1969. 1st edition. 8vo. 393pp . Remainder mark, otherwise about fine in lightly worn dust jacket. A biography by the son of the prospector in Alaska, the Sonora desert, Mexico, includes incidents with Pancho Villa. $10.00

2398., Booth, George C. MEXICO'S SCHOOL-MADE SOCIETY. New York, Greenwood Press, 1969. Reprint edition. 12mo. 175pp . Near fine. An analysis of Mexico's "Socialist schools", revolutionary art, revolutionary music & dance, first published in 1941. $17.50

384., Borah, Woodrow. SOCIAL WELFARE AND SOCIAL OBLIGATION IN NEW SPAIN: A TENTATIVE ASSESSMENT. Berkeley, University of California, c1967. Reprint edition. 8vo. 13pp . Lightly soiled, very good; staple bound paperback. A brief history of social welfare experiments in health, law, education & economic assistance in colonial Mexico. $15.00

913., Borton de Trevin~o, Elizabeth. MY HEART LIES SOUTH: THE STORY OF MY MEXICAN MARRIAGE. New York, Crowell, 1956. 7th printing. 12mo. 248pp . Very good in torn, taped dust jacket. 8 pages of photographs. The autobiographical re-creation of the learning experience in managing a Mexican household & Mexican husband. $10.00

2238., Boullosa, Carmen. THEY'RE COWS, WE'RE PIGS. New York, Grove Press, 1997. 1st US edition. Small 8vo. 180pp . About fine in dust jacket. A funny, poignant novel of pirates in the Caribbean by one of the preeminent Mexican women writers, brazen & ribald. $12.50

880., Bradley, Michael. COMMUNION IN SOLITUDE: MEXICO FROM THE CORNER OF AN EYE. San Francisco, Scrimshaw Press, 1975. 1st edition. Oblong 8vo. 95pp . Very good in dust jacket. Strong color photography by a U.S. painter. Printed with popular Mexican songs and poetry. Text in Spanish & English. $12.50

1016., Brandeis, Madaline. THE LITTLE MEXICAN DONKEY BOY. New York, Grosset & Dunlap, 1931. Reprint edition. 8vo. 224pp . Corner wear, very good. Children's story illustrated with photographs of life in the countryside, many interesting costumes. $10.00

1937., Brasch, R. MEXICO: A COUNTRY OF CONTRASTS. Victoria, Longmans, 1967. 1st edition. Small 4to. 210pp . Very good. Endpaper maps, 24 plates. An Australian's view of Mexico as a tourist's paradise includes the mandatory chapter on bullfighting. $9.50

1413., Bruccoli, Matthew J. RECONQUEST OF MEXICO: AN AMIABLE JOURNEY IN PURSUIT OF CORTES. New York, Vanguard, 1974. 1st edition. 8vo. 252pp . Very good in price clipped dust jacket. Endpaper maps, 8 pages of photographs. A walk from Vera Cruz to Mexico City, amusing episodes along the way. $12.50

1716., Bull, James H. (edited by Doyce B. Nunis, Jr.). JOURNEY OF JAMES H. BULL: BAJA CALIFORNIA, OCTOBER 1843 TO JANUARY 1844. Los Angeles, Dawson's Book Shop, 1965. 1st edition. 12mo. 56pp . Near fine. Edition limited to 500 copies. Folding map in pocket. Printed by Grant Dahlstrom. The earliest known journal of an overland trip in Baja by a US traveler. #1 of the Baja Series. $27.50

1549., Burland, C.A. MONTEZUMA: LORD OF THE AZTECS. New York, Putnam, 1973. 1st edition. Small 4to. 269pp . Slightly loosening hinges, good in worn, chipped dust jacket. A look at the Conquest & Aztec culture sympathetic to the Aztec by an archaeologist with the British Museum. $12.50

2275., Calderon de la Barca. Mme (introduction by Henry Baerlein). LIFE IN MEXICO DURING A RESIDENCE OF TWO YEARS IN THAT COUNTRY. New York, Dutton, 1934. 2nd printing. 8vo. 542pp . Very good in chipped, soiled dust jacket. A very nice edition of one of the truest views of Mexico by an outsider, a mid-19th century Scotswoman who shared her letters. $12.50

3603., Camp, Roderic A. (illustrated by Lawrence Mills). MEMOIRS OF A MEXICAN POLITICIAN. Albuquerque, University of New Mexico, 1988. 8vo. 230pp . About fine; paperback. A novel based on the life of lawyer, politician Antonio Gutierrez Enriquez runs from the revolution to 1970. $9.50

1663., Cancian, Frank. CHANGE AND UNCERTAINTY IN A PEASANT ECONOMY: THE MAYA CORN FARMERS OF ZINACATAN. Stanford, Stanford University, 1972. 1st edition. 8vo. 208pp . About fine in dust jacket. Endpaper maps, other map, 24 photographs. Changes and lack of change 1957-66 under government economic opportunity programs. $17.50

692., Cancian, Frank. ECONOMICS AND PRESTIGE IN A MAYA COMMUNITY: THE RELIGIOUS SYSTEM IN ZINACANTAN. Stanford, Stanford University, 1971. 8vo. 238pp . Remainder spray bottom edge, else very good; paperback. 2 maps, eight pages of photographs. The religious hierarchy & its economic & political implications from archival & field work. $10.00

3124., Cancian, Frank. THE DECLINE OF COMMUNITY IN ZINACANTAN: ECONOMY, PUBLIC LIFE, AND SOCIAL STRATIFICATION, 1960-1987. Stanford, Stanford University, 1992. 1st edition. 8vo. 300pp . About fine in dust jacket. Bibliography, photographs. A well studied community moves into the modern & post-modern age, not always comfortably. $30.00

115., Carabarin Gracia, Alberto. EL TRABAJO Y LOS TRABAJADORES DEL OBRAJE EN LA CIUDAD DE PUEBLA 1700-1710. Puebla, Universidad Autonomia, 1984. 1st edition. Small 4to. 77pp . Near fine, lightly bumped; paperback. In Spanish. A study of an 18th century woolen mill in Puebla. $17.50

1450., Cardenas, Lazaro. CONDICIONES ECONOMICAS DE MEXICO. Mexico, DAPP, 1937. 1st edition. 8vo. 13pp . Lightly bumped, good; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. A speech by the President of Mexico on the state of the Mexican government's economic health. $12.50

1244., Cardenas, Lazaro. MESSAGE TO THE PEOPLE OF MEXICO ON THE OCCASSION OF THE 28TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION. Mexico, D.A.P.P, 1938. 8vo. 6pp . Ex-library (1 stamp), else very good; staple bound paperback. A speech firm in its determination to see land reform & expropriations succeed. $10.00

1469., Carr, Harry. OLD MOTHER MEXICO. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1931. 8vo. 270pp . Very good in lightly rubbed dust jacket. Illust. by Louis Ruyl. A readable history of the discovery & settlement of northern Mexico & the U.S. west, 1 short section on raising toros bravos. $14.50

1662., Case, Lynn M. FRENCH OPINIONS ON THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO 1860-1867: EXTRACTS FROM THE REPORTS OF THE PROCUREURS GENERAUX. New York, Appleton Century, 1936. 1st edition. 8vo. 452pp . Light edge wear, very good in badly chipped dust jacket. Introductory material in English, texts in French. Reports on opinion on the U.S. Civil War & Napoleon's Mexican expedition. $30.00

2015., Casillas, Martin. LA CASA EN LA LITERATURA MEXICANA. Mexico, Corporacion GEOr, 1994. 1st edition. 4to. 113+xvipp . Near fine in dust jacket. Color photographs of domestic architecture facing quotations on houses from Mexican literature. $25.00

2935., Cassel, Jonathon F. TARAHUMARA INDIANS. San Antonio, Naylor, 1971. 2nd printing. 8vo. 160pp . Near fine in dust jacket. Endpaper maps, 12 pages of photographs. Description of the life of an impoverished people in the almost inaccessible canyons of Chihuahua. $12.50

1089., Castellanos, Rosario. BALUN-CANAN. Mexico, FCE, 1973. 2nd edition. 5th printing. 16mo. 291pp . Lightly creased, very good; paperback. In Spanish. A novel of Comitan, Chiapas with two main characters, indigenous & white. $9.50

2704., Castile, George Pierre. CHERAN: LA ADAPTACION DE UNA COMUNIDAD TRADICIONAL DE MICHOACAN. Mexico, INI, 1974. 1st Spanish edition. Small 8vo. 218pp . Very good in dust jacket. Bibliography, 25 pages of photographs. 6 figures. An anthropological study of a small Tarascan village near Patzcuaro. $25.00

2921., Castillo Torre, Jose. EL P.N.R. DE MEXICO: COMO DEBE ENTENDERSE LA RAZON DE SU ORIGEN Y SU FUNCION COMO INSTITUTO POLITICO DE LA REVOLUCION MEXICANA. Mexico, S.R.E., 1933. 1st edition. 8vo. 19pp . Lightly browned, very good; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. A lovely illuminated letter in black, gold & purple begins an essay on the history of the P.R.N. $15.00

568., Castillo Torre, Jose. EL PAIS QUE NO SE PARECE A OTRO. Mexico, Self published, 1934. 1st edition. 8vo. 217pp . Chipped spine, lightly soiled cover, good, tight copy; paperback. In Spanish. The "proto-history" of the Yucatan, speculative Mayan archaeology relating to Atlantis, Mu, & India. $20.00

3376., Castro Leal, Antonio. EL ESPAN~OL, INSTRUMENTO DE UNA CULTURA Y OTROS ENSAYOS. Mexico, Sepsetentas, 1975. 1st edition. 16mo. 183pp . Lightly rubbed, very good; paperback. 7 essays include the music of Carlos Chavez, poetry of Luis Urbina, & studies of von Humbolt & John Hawkins. $12.50

1117., Castro Leal, Antonio. LAS CIEN MEJORES POESIAS LIRICAS MEXICANAS. Mexico, Editorial Porrua, 1953. 4th edition. 12mo. 306pp . Lightly browned covers, very good; paperback. In Spanish. The selection includes Prieto, Tablada, Justo Sierra, Lopez Velarde, Nervo, Sor Juana, Abad, & others. $10.00

2826., Castro Leal, Antonio, ed. TWENTY CENTURIES OF MEXICAN ART/VEINTE SIGLOS DE ARTE MEXICANO. New York, Museum of Modern Art, 1940. 1st edition. Small 4to. 199pp . Ex-library (1 stamp) else good, tight copy; paperback. Bilingual English/Spanish. Well illustrated in color & black & white. Pre-conquest, colonial, modern & folk art. $15.00

2270., Ceballos Novelo, J. Roque. LAS CULTURAS DEL VALLE DE MEXICO: ARCAICA, TEOTIHUACANA Y AZTECA. Mexico, El Nacional, 1941. 1st edition. 12mo. 138pp . Chipped spine, worn edges, good tight copy. In Spanish. Numerous text figures, bibliography. All aspects of the cultural archaeology covered. $17.50

3615., Cecen~a, Jose Luis. MEXICO EN LA ORBETA IMPERIAL: LAS EMPRESAS TRANSNACIONALES. Mexico, Ediciones El Caballito, 1982. 14th edition. 12mo. 255pp . Rubbed cover, very good; paperback. In Spanish. Historical study of the economic impact of transnational corporations in Mexico from 1821 to 1969. $15.00

165., Ceniceros, Jose Angel. MEXICO'S ATTITUDE IN ITS INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS: ASSERTION AND DEVELOPMENT OF DOCTRINES. Mexico, Foreign Relations Ministry, 1935. 1st edition. 8vo. 53pp . Ex-library (1 stamp), else very good; staple bound paperback. A speech outlining Mexico's policies by the foreign minister & several reactions from around Latin America. $15.00

1087., Chase, Stuart. MEXICO: A STUDY OF TWO AMERICAS. New York, The Literary Guild, 1931. Reprint edition. 8vo. 338pp . Good, tight copy. 1 color & 15 black & white illustrations by Diego Rivera. $10.00

1569., Chase, Stuart. MEXICO: A STUDY OF TWO AMERICAS. New York, The Literary Guild, 1931. Reprint edition. 8vo. 338pp . Very good in dust jacket, small tears, chips in jacket. 1 color & 15 black & white illustrations by Diego Rivera. $12.50

2663., Chavez Orozco, Luis, et al. SOBRE EL PETROLEO DE MEXICO: CONFERENCIAS. Mexico, Secretaria de Educacion, 1938. 1st edition. 8vo. 109pp . Ex-library, else very good; paperback. In Spanish. Various papers on the recovery/expropriation of Mexico's oil resources. $20.00

1468., Chencinsky, Jacobo. LAS MUERTES DE EDGARDO. Barcelona, Barral Editores, 1974. 1st edition. 8vo. 334pp . Very good; paperback in acetate wrapper. In Spanish. A Mexican novel of multiple veiwpoints. $15.00

950., Christ, Ronald, ed. REVIEW 72: FOCUS ON OCTAVIO PAZ AND SEVERO SARDUY. Fall, 1972. New York, 8vo. 75pp . Soiled, good, tight copy; paperback. Interview with Paz, autobiographical essay by Sarduy, criticism by a variety of writers. $15.00

861., Cleland, Robert Glass. THE MEXICAN YEARBOOK: THE STANDARD AUTHORITY ON MEXICO 1922-24. Los Angeles, Mexican Year Book, 1924. 8vo. 582pp . Ex-library, tight copy, internally clean. Folding map. A reliable compendium, the second issued. With more statistical & current matters than the first. $12.50

2112., Clendinnen, Inga. AMBIVALENT CONQUESTS: MAYA AND SPANIARD IN YUCATAN, 1517-1570. Cambridge, Cambridge University, 1987. 1st edition. 12mo. 245pp . About fine in dust jacket. Bibliography, illustrated. The best account of the confrontation in the Yucatan & the role of de Landa & the church in crushing Mayan resistance. $15.00

2103., Cline, Howard F. THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO. Cambridge, Harvard University, 1963. Revised edition. Small 8vo. 485pp . Very good in dust jacket. The definitive study of U.S. Mexican relations to 1962. $10.00

1813., Coan, Otis W. & Richard G. Lillard. AMERICA IN FICTION: AN ANNOTATED LIST OF NOVELS THAT INTERPRET ASPECTS OF LIFE IN THE UNITED STATES, CANADA, AND MEXICO. Palo Alto, Pacific Books, 1967. 5th edition. 8vo. 232pp . Pencil marginalia, good, tight copy in worn dust jacket. A standard reference guide with helpful annotations including only books written in or translated to English. $10.00

727., Coccioli, Carlo. MANUEL THE MEXICAN. New York, Simon & Schuster, 1958. 1st U.S. edition. 8vo. 370pp . Very good in lightly worn dust jacket, jacket spine sunned. A novel of the life of a man from the village of Tepoztlan who wanders the length & breadth of Mexico after the Revolution. $15.00

2833., Coe, Michael D. AMERICA'S FIRST CIVILIZATION. New York, American Heritage, 1968. Large 8vo. 159pp . Very good. Well illustrated in color & black & white. A popular summary of the knowledge of the Olmec & history of the archaeological discoveries concerning their civilization. $10.00

269., Coe, Michael D. MEXICO: ANCIENT PEOPLES AND PLACES. New York, Praeger, 1969. 4th printing. 8vo. 245pp . Creased spine & front cover, good, tight copy; paperback. 8 maps, 75 photographs, 32 line drawings, & 1 table; 7 page bibliography. $6.50

399., Coit, Daniel Wadsworth (edited with an introduction by George P. Hammond). DIGGING FOR GOLD WITHOUT A SHOVEL: THE LETTERS OF DANIEL WADSWORTH COIT FROM MEXICO CITY TO SAN FRANCISCO 1848-1851. Denver, Old West Publishing, 1967. 1st edition. Large 4to. 116pp . Soiled cover, corners worn through, good, tight copy. Limited to 1250 copies, reproductions of 17 drawings by Coit, designed & printed by Lawton & Alfred Kennedy. $30.00

2478., Coleman, Eleanor S. THE CROSS AND THE SWORD OF CORTES. New York, Simon & Schuster, 1968. 1st edition. Small 8vo. 191pp . Remainder mark, else very good in lightly chipped dust jacket. A juvenile novel giving the most sanguine of interpretations of the conquest. $10.00

3503., Collier, George A. with Elizabeth Lowery Quaratiello (foreword by Peter Rosset). BASTA! LAND AND THE ZAPATISTA REBELLION IN CHIAPAS. Oakland, Food First Books, 1994. 1st edition. 8vo. 183pp . Very light pencil marginalia, very good; paperback. Bibliography, 11 photographs, 14 figures. A book of deep, first hand knowledge of the economic, political & social motivations. $9.50

2412., Collis, Maurice. CORTES AND MONTEZUMA. New York, Harcourt Brace, 1955. 1st U.S. edition. 8vo. 256pp . Very good in lightly chipped dust jacket. Endpaper maps, 11 illustrations, most from the Tlaxcala codex. Biography of two nearly mythological figures in Mexican history. $10.00

83., Constable, Hilaria Joy Heath. LUCHA DE CLASES: LA INDUSTRIA TEXTIL EN TLAXCALA. Mexico, Ediciones El Caballito, 1982. 1st edition. 12mo. 151pp . Lightly bumped, very good; paperback. In Spanish. The history of organizing in the Tlaxcala textile factories, colonial times to 1975 with emphasis on the crisis of 1960-1975. $15.00

277., Contreras Cruz, Carlos. LA CIUDAD DE PUEBLA: ESTANCAMIENTO Y MODERNIDAD DE UN PERFIL URBANO EN EL SIGLO XIX. Puebla, Universidad de Puebla, 1986. 1st edition. 4to. 151pp . Lightly soiled & bumped, very good; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography, illustrations. An economic history of Puebla in the 19th century, the transition from colony to independence. $17.50

3429., Cornelius, Wayne A., Judith Gentleman & Peter Smith, eds. MEXICO'S ALTERNATIVE POLITICAL FUTURES. San Diego, UCSD, 1989. 1st edition. 8vo. 472pp . Rubbed cover, very good; paperback. 20 papers on the PRI, the opposition, democratization, economics, & social change. $10.00

3321., Cornelius, Wayne A. POLITICS AND THE MIGRANT POOR IN MEXICO CITY. Stanford, Stanford University, 1975. 1st edition. 8vo. 319pp . Very good in dust jacket, small tears in jacket. Bibliography. Photographs, figures. 6 low income communities on the outskirts of Mexico City & the effect

1377., Cortazar, Julio & Max-Pol Fouchet (edited & designed by Aline Elmayan & Antoine Capel). LEONARDO NIERMAN. Greenwich, Lublin Graphics, 1975. 1st edition. Oblong folio. 141pp . About fine in dust jacket. Well illustrated. In French, Spanish & English. An essay by Cortazar & poem by Fouchet introduce the art of Nierman. $75.00

1515., Cortes Ruiz, Efrain C. SAN SIMON DE LA LAGUNA. Mexico, Inst. Nacional Indigenista, 1972. 1st edition. 8vo. 165pp . Very good in dust jacket. In Spanish. 5 page bibliography. Photographs, maps. A thorough ethnographic study of the Mazahua, an Otomi people in the north of the State of Mexico. $20.00

2180., Corzo, Angel M. IDEARIO DEL MAESTRO INDOAMERICANO: POR EL ESPIRITU DEL INDIO SE FORJARA LA NUEVA CULTURA DE AMERICA Y SU GRANDEZA. Mexico, DAPP, 1938. 1st edition. 4to. 148pp . Chipped at spine foot, good, tight copy; paperback. In Spanish. A review of indigenous culture & strong appeal for indigenous rights as the basis of a truly American cultural renaissance. $35.00

3123., Cosio Villegas, Daniel. THE UNITED STATES VERSUS PORFIRIO DIAZ. Lincoln, University of Nebraska, 1965. 2nd printing. 12mo. 259pp . Light underlining, very good in rubbed dust jacket. Bibliography. Conflicts between Mexico & the US from 1876 to 1880 over foreign investment & border raids color this diplomatic history. $12.50

1020., Cothran, Dan A. POLITICAL STABILITY AND DEMOCRACY IN MEXICO: THE "PERFECT DICTATORSHIP"?. Westport, Praeger, 1994. 1st edition. 8vo. 252pp . About fine. Bibliography. An historical study of how the PRI held on to power, especially concentrated in the 1968-1978 period & into the 1990's. $35.00

2208., Craig, Ann. THE FIRST AGRARISTAS: AN ORAL HISTORY OF A MEXICAN AGRARIAN REFORM MOVEMENT. Berkeley, University of California, 1983. 1st edition. 8vo. 312pp . About fine in dust jacket. 17 page bibliography. In Lagos de Moreno, Los Altos, Jalisco between 1924 & 1940 these peasants struggled for land reform. $17.50

644., Crow, John A. MEXICO TODAY. New York, Harper, 1957. 1st edition. 8vo. 336pp . Very good in lightly worn dust jacket. Endpaper maps, 1 other map, 16pages of photographs. Professor Crow provides a good picture of Mexico in the mid 1950's. $12.00

930., Cuellar, Jose Arturo. LA COMUNIDAD PRIMITIVA Y LAS POLITICAS DE DESARROLLO (EL CASO SERI). Mexico, Universidad Nacional, 1980. 1st edition. 8vo. 142pp . Very good; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. 26 pages of photographs, 2 maps. The impact of various development strategies on the Seri of Sonora. $15.00

1323., Cueva, Mario de la (prologue). ESTUDIOS DE HISTORIA DE LA FILOSOFIA EN MEXICO. Mexico, UNAM, 1963. 1st edition. 8vo. 322pp . Very light marginalia, very good. Bibliography, 11 plates. Papers on prehispanic thought to the 20th century by Zea, Leon-Portilla, O'Gorman, Rocafull, Moreno, Villoro, & Salmeron. $20.00

102., Cueva, Paulina de la. TERRITORIO DE DRAGON. Mexicali, Editorial de Baja California, 2003. 1st edition. 12mo. 78pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. Limited to 1000 copies. Poems of the mythical, rhetorical, mathematical y erotic dragon, 1st place in the Juegos Florales de las Californias 2002. $15.00

2064., De Carlo, Andrea. YUCATAN. New York, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986. 1st U.S. edition. 8vo. 213pp . Small black mark at top edge, else about fine in dust jacket. A novel of magic and love in Yucatan by one of Italy's foremost young writers. $12.50

1052., De Hernandez Diaz, Celia. PORQUE SON HIJOS NO DESEADOS. Mexico, Editorial Jus, 1973. 1st edition. Square 8vo. 93pp . Very good. In Spanish. Illustrated by Jesus Hernandez Diaz. #1662 of an edition limited to 2000 copies. Poetry celebrating the humble & poor. $12.50

2170., Descola, Jean (photos by Gabielle Martin). SYMPHONIE MEXICAINE. Paris, del Duca, 1956. 1st edition. 4to. 121pp . Near fine. In French. A truly beautiful photo essay with accompanying text with 7 plates in color follows the routes of Cortes around Mexico. $20.00

3220., Diaz Giron, Antonio & Alicio Rafaael Ordon~o, eds. ARTE PREHISPANICO. Nuevo Laredo, Casa de las Artesanias, 1971. Oblong 4to. 52pp . Corner bumped, very good; paperback. In English, Spanish, French. A catalogue of reproductions for sale, prices in pencil, photos & descriptions of 25 objects, letter from gallery laid in loose. $17.50

2639., Diaz Miron, Salvador. SUS MEJORES POEMAS. Madrid, Editorial America, ca1930. 12mo. 144pp . Very good, light underlining in prologue. The great lyric poet of Veracruz of the late 19th & early 20th centuries, a poet of democracy, much like Whitman. $20.00

3342., Diaz y Diaz, Fernando. SANTA ANNA Y JUAN ALVAREZ FRENTE A FRENTE. Mexico, SepSetentas, 1972. 16mo. 177pp . Near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Original documents reprinted. Letters & documents exchanged between Santa Anna & Alvarez reflect conflict between urban Mexico & a cacique of the south. $9.50

831., Diaz, May N. TONALA: CONSERVATISM, RESPONSIBILITY, AND AUTHORITY IN A MEXICAN TOWN. Berkeley, University of California, 1966. 1st edition. 8vo. 234pp . Lightly soiled, very good in slightly chipped dust jacket. The changes in a small, traditional community of potters as the city of Guadalajara expands & engulfs it. (2nd copy no dj $9.50). $14.50

1458., Diaz-Bolio, Jose. INSTRUCTIVE GUIDE TO THE RUINS OF UXMAL - THE CITY OF THE FEATHERED SERPENT. Merida, Area Maya, 1971. 1st edition. Narrow 8vo (5"). 82pp . Creased leading corners of cover, very good; paperback. Fold out map & site plan, many photographs. A polemic insisting the serpent is a rattlesnake, counter of years by its rattles. $15.00

1346., Direccion del Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia. ANALES DEL INSTITUTO: Tomo XIV, Num. 43, 1961. SOBRETIRO DE LA INFORMACION GENERAL DE LAS ACTIVIDADES DEL INSTITUTO. Mexico, 1962. Small 4to. 32pp . Very good; staplebound paperback. 12 plates. Summary of work & publications issued for the Congreso Internacional de Americanistas, 1962. In Spanish. $10.00

1427., Dorner, Gerd. FOLK ART OF MEXICO. New York, A.S. Barnes, 1962. 1st US edition. Square 8vo. 67pp . Near fine in bright dust jacket, small tears in jacket. 28 tipped in color plates, map. Cloth, pottery, masks, silver, wicker, papier mache, & more. $10.00

3444., Dresel, Gustavo. A UN PUEBLO ERRADO UN NUEVO SERMON DE LA MONTE: NUEVOS HOMBRES NUEVAS LEYES NUEVA ORGANIZACION POLITICA. Mexico, Eusebio Gomez de la Puente, 1913. 1st edition. 8vo. 103pp . Badly chipped spine, tight working copy; paperback. In Spanish. Long, signed inscription by author. A political diatribe against Porfirio Diaz dedicated to Francisco Madero. $25.00

105., Duran, Marvin. PECADOS CAFETALES. Tijuana, Editorial Existir, 2004. 1st edition. 12mo. 56pp . About fine; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. The first book of poetry published by this young Tijuana writer. $12.50

3693., Echenique March, Felipe I. INDICE DEL RAMO DE TIERRAS DE LA INTENDENCIA DE MICHOACAN. Mexico, INAH, 1993. 1st edition. 4to. 158pp . Near fine; paperback. In Spanish. An introduction to the history of the Ramo de Tierras, summaries of the documents & indexes by persons & jurisdictions. $25.00

1210., Elizondo, Salvador. LA LUZ QUE REGRESA: ANTOLOGIA 1985. Mexico, FCE, 1985. 1st edition. 16mo. 242pp . Very good; paperback. In Spanish. Short stories and/or literary essays on the subculture of existentialism, sadism, eroticism, & magic, hints of Poe & Mann. $10.00

1060., Elson, Benjamin. GRAMATICA DEL POPOLUCA DE LA SIERRA. Xalapa, Universidad Veracruzana, 1960. 1st edition. Small 8vo. 133pp . Light bumping & foxing, very good; paperback. In Spanish. A grammar with illustrative texts of an indigenous language from Veracruz, spoken in 1960 by about 10,000 persons. $30.00

280., Encinas, Alejandro & Fernando Rascon. REPORTE Y CRONOLOGIA DEL MOVIMIENTO CAMPESINO E INDIGENA, JULIO-DICIEMBRE DE 1982. Mexico, Universidad Chapingo, 1983. 1st edition. 4to. 434pp . Very good; paperback. Every political act of campesinos & indigenous in Mexico for the time period covered is described in detail with sources. $17.50

522., Englebert, Omer. THE LAST OF THE CONQUISTADORS: JUNIPER SERRA (1713-1784). New York, Harcourt Brace, 1956. 1st U.S. edition. 8vo. 368pp . Very good in lightly worn dust jacket, small tears in jacket. Endpaper maps, 16 pages of illustrations, bibliography. Translated from the French, a biography by a fellow Franciscan. $10.00

3314., Erben, H.K. EL JURASICO INFERIOR DE MEXICO Y SUS AMONITAS. Mexico, Congreso Geologico, 1956. Large 8vo. 393pp . Small tears to cover, very good; flexible, cloth covered paper. In Spanish. 41 folding plates & 5 folding maps in rear pocket. Thorough exposition of Jurassic fossils collection in Mexico. $25.00

127., Erosa Barbachano, Arturo. VIDA Y OBRA DE IGNACIO VADO. Merida, Universidad de Yucatan, 1995. 1st edition. 12mo. 329pp . Lightly rubbed, near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Illustrated. A biography of the medical doctor who founded the School of Medicine in Merida, Yucatan in 1833, a social & political actor. $20.00

1197., Espinosa Altamirano, Horacio. EL INCONMENSURABLE, INAUDITO, INVEROSIMIL E INUSITADO DIEGO RIVERA. Mexico, Edamex, 1990. 3rd edition. Small 8vo. 96pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. 23 photographs (2 with Leon Trotsky) & portraits. A lively & at times humorous biography, highly personal. $12.50

2476., Espinosa de los Monteros, Antonio, dir. MEMORIA DE LOS CENSOS GENERALES DE POBLACION, AGRICOLA, GANADERO E INDUSTRIA DE 1930. Mexico, Dep. de la Estadistica, 1932. 1st edition. 8vo. 212pp . Front cover separated, else tight working copy; paperback. 19 photographic plates of the taking of the census interesting for the dress; statistics on population, agriculture & industry. $20.00

29., Espinoza Valle, Victor Alejandro. CON LA MUSICA A CUESTAS: FERNANDO FREDDY QUIN~ONES, UN TROVADOR FRONTERIZO. Mexicali, ICBC, 2000. 1st edition. 8vo. 42pp . Lightly rubbed, near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Edition limited to 500 copies. The popular nightclub singer of the 1940s who sang from Mexicali to SanFrancisco to Tijuana. $15.00

3516., Esquivel, Laura. SWIFT AS DESIRE. New York, Crown, 2001. 1st US edition. 12mo. 207 . About fine in dust jacket. Another romantic novel by the author of Like Water for Chocolate, keeping secrets always leads to unhappiness. $9.50

2038., Esquivel, Laura. THE LAW OF LOVE. New York, Crown, 1996. 1st English edition. 8vo. 266pp . About fine in dust jacket. Includes a cd with 11 songs. A novel of love in Mexico City 3 centuries in the future by the author of Like Water for Chocolate. $15.00

113., Estrada, Genero, ed. UN SIGLO DE RELACIONES INTERNACIONALES DE MEXICO (A TRAVES DE LOS MENSAJES PRESIDENCIALES). Mexico, Sec. Relaciones Exteriores, 1935. 1st edition. 8vo. xxvii+455pp . Ex-library (1 stamp) lightly soiled, very good; paperback. Presidential papers collected with a prologue setting the historical context. In Spanish. $30.00

350., Eyster, Warren. THE GOBLINS OF EROS. New York, Random House, 1957. 1st edition. 8vo. 370pp . Very good in lightly worn, bright dust jacket. A novel of the Mexican Revolution, vengeance in western Mexico among passionate daughters, old aristocrats & Huitchole Indians. $15.00

1059., Fawcett, Raymond. WHAT WAS THEIR LIFE? YUCATAN. London, The Gawthorn Press, ca 1965. Small 8vo. 52pp . Very good in worn, price clipped dust jacket. Well illustrated with photographs, 1 color plate. Archaeology of the Yucatan for the young reader. $9.50

647., Fay, George E. KATUNOB: A GUIDE TO ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITES IN MEXICO. Oshkoshk, Wisconsin State College, 1962. Revised edition. Small 4to. 12pp . Normal browning, very good; staplebound, mimeograph paperback. 8 pages of photographs. $9.50

713., Ferguson, William M. with John Q. Royce. MAYA RUINS OF MEXICO IN COLOR. Norman, University of Oklahoma, 1977. 1st edition. 4to. 246pp . Very good in lightly chipped dust jacket. Palenque, Uxmal, Kabah, Sayil, Xlapak, Labna, Chichen Itza, Coba, & Tulum. Foreword by Michael D. Coe. $25.00

3040., Fergusson, Erna. MEXICO REVISITED. New York, Knopf, 1955. 1st edition. 8vo. 346pp . Very good in chipped dust jacket. 5 maps, 1 fold-out. 8 pages of photographs. A warm & sympathetic account of the author's 20,000 mile trip through Mexico in the 1950's. $12.50

2395., Fernandez del Castillo, Antonio. SIETE SIGLOS DE LA LLEGADA DE LOS AZTECAS A TACUBAYA. Mexico, A.N.H.G., 1976. 1st edition. 8vo. 26pp . Small tear in cover, very good; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. 2 page bibliography, 4 plates from the codices. The arrival of the Aztec in Mexico City & the site at present. $10.00

1307., Fernandez, Justino. MEXICAN ART. London, Spring Books, 1966. 2nd printing. Square 4to. 43pp . Very good in worn dust jacket. 59 pages of color plates. Photography by Constantino Reyes. Mexican art from pre-conquest to modern times. $15.00

3200., Fernandez, Justino (edited by Eugenio Fuschgrund). MEXICO'S PREHISPANIC SCULPTURE. Mexico, Editorial Mexico, no date. Small 4to. 37pp . Rubbed, good; staple bound paperback. Well illustrated in color. Representative stone & clay work from Colima, Totonac, Mixtec, Aztec, Maya, Olmec, Zapotec, Toltec, Nayarit, & Nahua cultures. $10.00

2269., Fernandez, Raul A. THE MEXICAN-AMERICAN BORDER REGION: ISSUES AND TRENDS. Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame, 1989. 1st edition. 8vo. 147pp . Very good in dust jacket, light pencil marginalia. Economic & environmental issues examined in this significant contribution to border studies. $15.00

122., Fernandez, Raul A. THE UNITED STATES - MEXICO BORDER: A POLITICO-ECONOMIC PROFILE. Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame, 1977. 1st edition. Small 8vo. 174pp . Very light corner wear, minor marginalia, else very good. Map, The thesis is uneven development & a highly monopolized US economy condemn the area to continued reliance on cheap labor. $10.00

3106., Ferrell, Robert H, ed. MONTERREY IS OURS! THE MEXICAN WAR LETTERS OF LIEUTENANT DANA 1845-1847. Lexington, university of Kentucky, 1990. 1st edition. 8vo. 218pp . About fine in dust jacket. Inscribed by the editor. Letters from Fort Brown, Matamoros, Monterrey, Veracruz & Cerro Gordo, excerpts from 300,000 words in almost 100 letters. $20.00

1028., Feuchtwanger, Franz. THE ART OF ANCIENT MEXICO. London, Thames & Hudson, 1954. 2nd printing. 4to. 125pp . Good, lightly soiled, tight copy. 109 monochrome photographs by Irmgard Groth-Kimball & 1 in color. $20.00

1058., Fieger, Erwin. MEXICO. Universe Books, 1973. Oblong folio. pp . Corner wear, remainder mark, very good; illustrated boards. 37 pages of text, captions, 206 color photographs. Marvelous images of Mexico's archaeology & modern Mexico & its people. $20.00

502., Figueroa, Jose. A MANEFESTO TO THE MEXICAN REPUBLIC. Berkeley, University of California, 1978. 1st printing. 4to. 156pp . Near fine in lightly chipped dust jacket. A reprint of the first booklength imprint published in California on the early colonization of the northern frontier. $17.50

12., Flores Mun~oz, Gilberto. THE NEW DEAL AND THE SIX YEAR PLAN. Mexico, PNR, 1937. 1st edition. 12mo. 19pp . Lightly soiled covers, very good; staple bound paperback. A favorable comparison of President Cardenas's plan with President Roosevelt's by a P.N.R. congressman. $10.00

2874., Fontana, Bernard L., photography by John P. Schaefer. TARAHUMARA: WHERE NIGHT IS THE DAY OF THE MOON. Flagstaff, Northland Press, 1979. 1st edition. 4to. 167pp . Light edge wear, very good in slightly worn dust jacket. 44 color plates & 41 duotones illustrate a history & ethnology of the indigenous people of the northern Sierra Madre Occidental. $20.00

370., Fregoso Peralta, Gilberto & Enrique E. Sanchez Ruiz. PRENSA Y PODER EN GUADALAJARA. Guadalajara, Universidad de Guadalajara, 1993. 1st edition. 12mo. 312pp . Near fine; paperback; In Spanish. Bibliography. A history of the major newspapers in Guadalajara, the origins, historical development, structural configuration & content. $20.00

808., Frerck, Robert (foreword by Jose Iturriaga). ETERNAL MEXICO. San Francisco, Chronicle Books, 1996. 1st edition. Oblong 4to. 167pp . Remainder mark, lightly bumped corners, very good in dust jacket. Text & 130 beautiful color photographs by Frerck take one on a tour from Yucatan to Baja. $17.50

45., Freyding, Jorge-Arturo. HISTORIAS DE CULTURA. Mexicali, ICBC, 2001. 1st edition. 12mo. 103pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. Premio Estatal de Literatura 2000, articles on mass culture in Mexicali, rock & popular music, narcoculture, witchcraft & more. $15.00

2016., Friedrich, Paul. THE PRINCES OF NARANJA: AN ESSAY IN ANTHROHISTORICAL METHOD. Austin, university of Texas, 1986. 8vo. 305pp . Lightly rubbed, very good; paperback. 7 page bibliography. 14 maps & illustrations. The local power structure of the Tarascan village of Naranja is examined. $9.50

3508., Fuente, Mario "Mike" de la. THE IMPRESARIO OF THE BULLRINGS: GODFATHER TO MEN AND BULLS. New York, Carlton Press, 1989. 1st edition. 12mo. 168pp . Near fine in very lightly worn dust jacket. Inscribed by author. An autobiographical novel of a boy who flees the Mexican revolution, plays baseball & becomes a bullfight impresario. $35.00

3683., Fuentes Mares, Jose. JUAREZ Y LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS. Mexico, Editorial Jus, 1972. 5th edition. 8vo. 244pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. Maps. 11 reproductions of documents. Relations between Mexico & the USA under Juarez & Buchanan. $17.50

236., Fuentes, Carlos. A NEW TIME FOR MEXICO. New York, Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1996. 1st U.S. edition. 8vo. 216pp . About fine in dust jacket. An assessment of modern Mexico, Zapatistas, the P.R.I., assassinations, & moves toward democracy. $11.50

478., Fuentes, Carlos. CHRISTOPHER UNBORN. New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1989. 1st edition. 8vo. 531pp . About fine in dust jacket, tiny wrinkle in jacket. A novel of the apocalyptic "Makesicko City," funny, farcical, & frightening, narrated by a fetus. $15.00

879., Fuentes, Carlos. DIANA: THE GODDESS WHO HUNTS ALONE. New York, Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1995. 1st U.S. edition. 8vo. 218pp . About fine in dust jacket. A novel of the beautiful U.S. actress in Mexico, set in 1969, of intrigue, Black Panthers, the F.B.I., & the 1960's. $11.50

1120., Fuentes, Carlos. TERRA NOSTRA. New York, Farrar Straus Giroux, 1976. 1st edition. 8vo. 778pp . Lightly soiled, very good in rubbed, price clipped dust jacket. A Fuentes novel I have never been able to finish, but I am told it is his masterwork. I've tried 3 times. $15.00

1421., Fuentes, Carlos. THE CAMPAIGN. New York, Farrar, Straus, Giroux, 1991. 1st U.S. edition. 8vo. 246pp . Near fine in dust jacket. Fuentes explores themes of South American revolution in this novel set in Argentina, Venezuela, Chile, Peru, & Mexico. $15.00

1506., Fuentes, Carlos. THE ORANGE TREE. New York, Farrar, Straus & Giroux, 1994. 1st edition. 8vo. 229pp . About fine in dust jacket. Mexico's most gifted story teller here gives us 5 novellas to entertain, instruct, & provoke. $12.50

85., Gallo Martinez, Victor, Ramon Garcia Ruiz, et al. EDUCADORES JALISCIENSES. Mexico, SEP, 1958. 1st edition. 12mo. 120pp . Light foxing, browning, tears at spine; paperback. In Spanish. Principal authors' card laid in loose; Biographies of prominent professors from Guadalajara from the 18th to 20th centuries. $12.50

1000., Garcia Cantu, Gaston. LAS INVASIONES NORTEAMERICANAS EN MEXICO. Mexico, Ediciones Era, 1986. 8vo. 362pp . Green line bottom edge, else very good; paperback. In Spanish. $9.50

1432., Garcia Loya, Diego. MOSAIC OF MEXICAN HISTORY. Mexico, Editorial Cultura, 1968. 2nd revised edition. large 8vo. 355pp . Lightly bumped & soiled, very good; paperback. From the Olmec to 1964, a comprehensive, readable summary of Mexican history. $17.50

340., Garcia Ruiz, Ramon. DON VASCO DE QUIROGA: PRECURSOR DE LA ORGANIZACION Y EL DESARROLLO DE LA COMUNIDAD. Patzcuaro, CREFAL, 1968. 1st edition. 4to. 24pp . Soiled cover, very good; paperback. In Spanish. Biography of the priest who struggled with & for the Tarascan Indians in the years after the conquest & history of the people. $15.00

2216., Garcia Terres. Jaime, ed. MEXICO EN EL ARTE. Num. 7, Primavera de 1949. Mexico, 4to. 112pp . Spine chipped, good, tight copy. In Spanish. 1 color plate tipped to stiff board, many black & white illustrations. Includes several articles on Lopez Velarde. $15.00

35., Garcia Ugarte, Marta Eugenia (prologue by David A. Brading). GENESIS DEL PORVENIR: SOCIEDAD Y POLITICA EN QUERETARO (1913-1940). Mexico, FCE, 1997. 1st edition. 8vo. 516pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. A history of the Mexican Revolution as localized in Queretaro from the struggle against Diaz to the period of Cardenismo. $15.00

3318., Gardiner, C. Harvey. THE CONSTANT CAPTAIN: GONZALO DE SANDOVAL. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University, 1961. 1st edition. 12mo. 221pp . About fine in lightly sunned dust jacket. Bibliography. A biography of Cortes' second in command. $35.00

9., George, Isaac (written from dictation by J.D. Berry. HEROES AND INCIDENTS OF THE MEXICAN WAR, CONTAINING DONIPHANS' EXPEDITION. Greensburg, Review Publishing, 1903. 1st edition. 12mo. 296pp . Restored endpapers, light corner wear, good, tight copy. Howes G108. Gold stamped blue cloth. A 1st person account of the expedition. Photographs.. $100.00

811., Gervitz. Gloria. PYTHIA. Mexico, Mario del Valle Editor, 1993. 1st edition. 8vo. 46pp . About fine; paperback; In Spanish. Inscribed by the author. 1000 copies. Illustrated with 3 collotype photographs by Luz Maria Mejia. Poetry sposored by el Consejo Nacional para Cultura. $20.00

1470., Gessler, Clifford. PATTERN OF MEXICO. New York, D. Appleton-Century, 1941. 1st edition. 8vo. 442pp . Very good in worn dust jacket (2nd copy w/o jacket $10.00). Endpapers & 24 plates illustrated from drawings by E.H. Suydam. Mexico City & other points, especially good on Rivera's work. $15.00

3224., Gill, Tom. LAND HUNGER IN MEXICO. Washington DC, Charles Lathrop Pack, 1951. Small 8vo. 86pp . Spine separated, laid in loose, repairable reading copy. Bibliography. An analysis & solutions to the problems of Mexican agricultural poverty. $25.00

2399., Goldsmit Brindis, Shulamit & Ruben Lozano Herrera, eds. ESPAN~A Y NUEVA ESPAN~A: SUS ACCIONES TRANSMARITIMAS. Mexico, Universidad Iberoamericano, 1991. 1st edition. Small 8vo. 202pp . Near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Papers delivered at a symposium on the maritime history of early colonial Mexico. $17.50

1972., Gomez Tagle, Silvia, ed. NUEVA ANTROPOLOGIA. An~o II, Num. 5, Julio de 1976. Mexico, Escuela Nacional, 8vo. 123pp . Very good; paperback. In Spanish. Includes: Migracion Indigina; Clase, Raza y Etnicidad en Brasil y Mexico; more. $10.00

2106., Gonzalez Davila, Francisco. ANCIENT CULTURES OF MEXICO. Mexico, Museo Nacional, 1972. 8vo. 79pp . Near fine; staple bound paperback. Many photographs with accompanying text in this guide to the holdings of the National Museum of Anthropology. $9.50

3274., Gonzalez, Luis. SAN JOSE DE GRACIA: MEXICAN VILLAGE IN TRANSITION. Austin, University of Texas, 1974. 8vo. 362pp . Very good in rubbed, chipped dust jacket. Bibliography. 2 maps, 16 pages of photos. 4 centuries of history of a small village, almost unknown, in Michoacan. $25.00

2877., Gooch, Fanny Chambers. FACE TO FACE WITH THE MEXICANS. Carbondale, Southern Illinois University, 1966. Reprint edition. 12mo. 248pp . Lightly soiled, near fine in dust jacket. A book of customs & daily life written with warm sympathy by an American in Mexico from 1880 to 1887. $12.50

1591., Goodrich, Joseph King. THE COMING MEXICO. Chicago, A.C. McClurg, 1913. 1st edition. 8vo. 280pp . Edgewear, lightly stained boards, good, tight copy. 32 photographs. A thorough study of Mexico, especially so from 1866, the author's first trip, to the beginnings of revolution. $15.00

1822., Graham, R.B. Cunninghame. (edited by John Walker). THE NORTH AMERICAN SKETCHES OF R.B. CUNNINGHAME GRAHAM. Tuscaloosa, University of Alabama, 1986. 1st edition. 8vo. 145pp . About fine in dust jacket. 3 page bibliography. Notes on travels from Texas to Mexico City from 1879 to 1881. $20.00

2090., Granberg, Wilbur J. PEOPLE OF THE MAGUEY: THE OTOMI INDIANS OF MEXICO. New York, Praeger, 1970. Small 8vo. 160pp . Very good in worn, sunned dust jacket. Bibliography, photos. The history & present everyday life of a desert people. $10.00

437., Grau, J. ACAPULCO, GUERRERO STATE AND ITS COASTLINE. Barcelona, Geocolor, 1979. 2nd edition. Small 4to. 94pp . Very good in dust jacket. 173 color photographs. $9.50

1992., Grauer, Ben. HOW BERNAL DIAZ'S "TRUE HISTORY" WAS REBORN. New York, Self published, 1960. 1st edition. 8vo. 19pp . Fine; hand sewn paperback. #15 of 568 copies printed by Haddon. Warmly inscribed by the author to Sol Malkin. A fine press printing designed by John De Pol, cover label printed by B.G.. $25.00

290., Green, Maria del Rosario. EL ENDEUDAMIENTO PUBLICO EXTERNO DE MEXICO 1940-1973. Mexico, Colegio de Mexico, 1976. 1st edition. 8vo. 231pp . Lightly creased, soiled, good, tight copy; paperback. Inscribed by the author to her sister-in-law. #623 of 3000 copies. $9.50

132., Greenberg, James B. SANTIAGO'S SWORD: CHATINO PEASANT RELIGION AND ECONOMICS. Berkeley, University of California, 1981. 1st edition. 8vo. 227pp . Near fine in dust jacket. The interplay of religion & economics in an indigenous community in Oaxaca, Mexico. $9.50

1237., Gresham, Elizabeth. THE WORLD OF THE AZTECS. New York, Walker, 1961. 1st edition. Small 4to. 98pp . Very good in worn, torn, chipped dust jacket. A very nicely illustrated, thorough overview of scholarship on the Aztecs for young readers. $10.00

96., Grove, David C. THE OLMEC PAINTINGS OF OXTOTITLAN CAVE GUERRERO, MEXICO. Washington DC, Dumbarton Oaks, 197o. 1st edition. Small 4to. 36pp . About fine; sewn paperback. Bibliography, 36 figures. 1 color plate. The archaeology of a hypothetical "birth place" of Olmec culture, very early cave paintings in Olmec style. $25.00

3699., Gurria Lacroix, Jorge. EL DESAGUE DEL VALLE DE MEXICO DURANTE LA EPOCA NOVOHISPANA. Mexico, UNAM, 1978. 1st edition. 12mo. 175pp . Lightly bumped, near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. 4 fold out maps. The history of the filling in of the lakes of Mexico City under Spanish rule. $20.00

89., Gurria Urgell, Oswaldo. CONSIDERACIONES ACERCA DE LOS MALES QUE HA TENIDO EL ABANDONO DE LA PLATA EN SUS USOS MONETARIOS. Mexico, Sec. Relaciones Exteriores, 1934. 1st edition. 12mo. 58pp . Lightly browned, very good; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. Foldout plate. Mexico as the then world's largest producer of silver sufferred from a crash in the silver market. $15.00

981., Gyles, Anna Benson & Chloe Sayer. OF GODS AND MEN: MEXICO AND THE MEXICAN INDIAN. London, British Broadcasting Corp, 1980. 1st edition. Square 8vo. 232pp . Near fine in dust jacket. Well illustrated in color & black & white; pre-conquest, post-conquest, & modern survey of indigenous Mexico. $12.50 v542., Haas, Antonio (photographs by Albano Guatti, book design by Armando Milani). MEXICO. New York, Scala Books, 1982. 1st U.S. edition. 4to. 243pp . Very good in price clipped dust jacket. A history, pre-conquest to modern, illustrated with marvelous color photography, maps & drawings. $20.00

2301., Haber, Stephen H. INDUSTRY AND UNDERDEVELOPMENT: THE INDUSTRIALIZATION OF MEXICO, 1890-1940. Stanford, Stanford University, 1989. 1st edition. 8vo. 237pp . About fine in dust jacket. Bibliography. Seeing the Porfiriato as the root of Mexico's economic ills, the author in effect argues for a radical restructuring. $22.50

1398., Haley, P. Edward. REVOLUTION AND INTERVENTION: THE DIPLOMACY OF TAFT AND WILSON WITH MEXICO, 1910-1917. Cambridge, MIT Press, 1970. 1st edition. 8vo. 294pp . Very good in dust jacket, small tear, slight sunning to jacket. $25.00

530., Hall, Richard W. PUTTING DOWN ROOTS: TWENTY-FIVE YEARS OF CELANESE IN MEXICO. New York, Celanese Corporation, 1969. 1st edition. 8vo. 128pp . Very good condition in dust jacket. 16 pages of photographs. Corporate history of a large joint venture in Mexico, a chemical & man-made fiber manufacturer. $9.50

773., Hall. Douglas Kent. THE BORDER: LIFE ON THE LINE. New York, Abbeville Press, 1988. 1st edition. Small 4to. 249pp . Near fine in lightly bumped, bright dust jacket. Well illustrated with color & black & white photographs. A very perceptive description of life on both sides of the border. $15.00

683., Hamilton, Charles W. (Illustrated by Bob Schoenke). EARLY DAY OIL TALES OF MEXICO. Houston, Gulf Publishing, 1966. 1st edition. 8vo. 246pp . Near fine in dust jacket. The memories of a geologist & oil executive in Mexico, mostly from 1912-1922 but a bit through the expropriation in 1938. $15.00

794., Hammer, Olga & Jeanne D'Andrea. TREASURES OF MEXICO FROM THE MEXICAN NATIONAL MUSEUMS/TESOROS DE MEXICO DE LOS MUSEOS NACIONALES MEXICANOS. Los Angeles, Armand Hammer Foundation, 1978. 1st edition. 4to. 206pp . Lightly rubbed, very good; paperback. Bilingual Spanish/English. Exhibition catalog for a traveling exhibition, reproductions in color & black & white. $12.50

1056., Hanf, Walter. MEXICO. New York, Rand McNally, 1967. 1st edition. 4to. 136pp . Very good in lightly chipped dust jacket. Endpaper maps, 50 color plates. $15.00

858., Hanf, Walter. MEXICO CITY AND SURROUNDINGS. Garden City, Doubleday, 1968. Square 8vo. 61pp . Very good in dust jacket. 31 color plates & accompanying text, photography by Hermann Grathwohl. Everything from Teotihuacan to balloon vendors. $10.00

3322., Hannay, David. DIAZ. Port Washington, Kennikat Press, 1970. Reprint edition. 8vo. 319pp . Very good. Bibliography. From the 1917 biography, a glowing tribute to Porfirio Diaz & dismay at the rise of anarchy in Mexico. $10.00

1884., Hansen, Roger D. THE POLITICS OF MEXICAN DEVELOPMENT. Baltimore, Johns Hopkins University, 1982. 4th printing. 8vo. 267pp . Very good; paperback. Penetrating analysis of Mexican political economy since the 1910 Revolution. $9.50

239., Harner, Michael & Alfred Meyer. CANNIBAL. New York, William Morrow, 1979. 1st edition. 8vo. 312pp . Very good in lightly worn dust jacket. An anthropologist & a popular science editor team up for a novel of the conquest of Mexico. $12.50

302., Harrer, Hans Jurgen. 1910-1917 RAICES ECONOMICAS DE LA REVOLUCION MEXICANA. Mexico, Ediciones Taller Abierto, 1983. 1st edition. 12mo. 220pp . Very good, rubbed; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. A study of both the economic causes of the revolution & the development of economic reality through Cardenas to 1934. $15.00

2466., Hatt, Carolyn. THE MAYA: BASED ON THE EDGAR CAYCE READINGS. Virginia Beach, A.R.E. Press, 1976. 2nd printing. 8vo. 68pp . Near fine; staple bound paperback. Bibliography. Relation of the Maya to Atlantis, highly speculative archaeological analysis. $10.00

1367., Hay, Eduardo. DISCURSOS PRONUNCIADOS EN SU CARACTER DE SECRETARIO DE RELACIONES EXTERIORES (1936-1940). Mexico, Talleres de la Nacion, 1940. 1st edition. 8vo. 91pp . Lightly browned, uncut, near fine; paperback. In Spanish. 19 speeches by the Mexican Secretary of State Hays on the Good Neighbor Policy, Pan American Union & other subjects. $20.00

3058., Helm, MacKinley. MAN OF FIRE J.C. OROZCO: AN INTERPRETIVE MEMOIR. New York, Harcourt, Brace, 1953. 1st edition. 4to. 245pp . Light general wear, very good in slightly chipped dust jacket. 4 color plates, 63 black & white plates, 10 figures. A stimulating & sympathetic review of the artist's life & work. $35.00

305., Hernandez, Jose Luis. BALADAS DE LA GUERRA DE INDEPENDENCIA. Mexico, SEP, 1985. 1st edition. 16mo. 105pp . Lightly rubbed, near fine; paperback. In Spainish. Short pieces of "testimonial literature" on the war for Mexican independence. $15.00

3161., Hirales, Gustavo. CAMINO A ACTEAL. Mexico, Rayuela Editores, 1998. 1st edition. 8vo. 171pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. A fairly objective report on the creation of armed autonomous communities in Chenalho, Chiapas & the massacre at Acteal. $22.50

1814., Horgan, Paul. CONQUISTADORS IN NORTH AMERICAN HISTORY. El Paso, Texas Western Press, 1982. Reprint edition. 8vo. 303pp . Near fine; paperback. Bibliography, fold out map. The conquest of Mexico & the now U.S. south & southwest - Cortes, Grijalva, Coronado, Narvaez, Alarcon, de Soto, & others. $9.50

2930., Hughes, Rupert (illustrated by Edward J. Smith). WAR OF THE MAYAN KING: A STORY OF YUCATAN. Philadelphia, John C. Winston, 1952. 1st edition. 8vo. 168pp . Near fine in price clipped dust jacket. A young reader's novel of a teenage Mayan sculptor's apprentice in Chichen-Itza with exciting scenes of the ball game. $12.50

1005., Ibarguengoitia, Jorge. TWO CRIMES. Boston, David R. Godine, 1979. 1st edition. 8vo. 197pp . About fine in dust jacket. A comic novel of a Mexico City radical on the run, the second in English by the award winning Mexican author. $15.00

742., Ibarra, David, et al. EL PERFIL DE MEXICO EN 1980. 3 Volumes. Mexico, Siglo Veintiuno, 1977, '70 & '76. 8th, 1st & 4th edition. 12mo. 199+303+625pp . Vols. 1 & 3 very good, vol. 2 has light marginalia; paperback. Covers economics, political economy, agriculture, natural resources, industry, housing & development, culture & sociology. $45.00

1855., Iduarte, Andres (translated by James F. Shearer). NIN~O: CHILD OF THE MEXICAN REVOLUTION. New York, Praeger, 1971. 1st edition. 12mo. 156pp . Light edge wear, very good in lightly worn, bright dust jacket. Map. The autobiography of a boy whose family was promenent in the Diaz government, a view of the revolution from another side. $10.00

3634., Iglesias Calderon, Fernando. LAS SUPUESTAS TRAICIONES DE JUAREZ. Mexico, FCE, 1972. Reprint edition. 12mo. 578pp . Lightly creased cover, very good; paperback. 1st published in 1907, here reprinted for the centennial of Juarez's death, an impassioned historical defense. $17.50

827., Iglesias, Andres. SOTEAPAN IN 1856. Mexico, Editorial Citlaltepetl, 1973. 12mo. 29pp . Lightly rubbed, very good; paperback. Limited to 400 copies. 1 map, 13 plates. An article from 1856 on the indigenous of Vera Cruz, with modern essay & photographs. $9.50

208., Inman, Samuel Guy. INTERVENTION IN MEXICO. New York, George H. Doran, 1919. 1st edition. 12mo. 248pp . Boards lightly soiled, spine label chipped, good, tight copy. Contemporary analysis of the early years of the Mexican Revolution & U.S. intervention. $20.00

1893., Instituto Nacional de Antropologia e Historia. PRE-SPANISH ART OF MEXICO. Mexico, Secretaria de Educacion, 1946. 2nd edition. 8vo. pp . Very good; illustrated pasteboard binding. 12 pages of introductory text, 1 color & 263 monochrome plates. A review in pictures of architecture, stone sculpture & pottery. $15.00

2799., Jackson, Joseph Henry. MEXICAN INTERLUDE. New York, Macmillan, 1936. 1st edition. 8vo. 232pp . Very good. Inscribed by the author. Endpaper maps. 48 pages of photographs. Jackson's photos are, of course, wonderful & the travelogue interesting. $15.00

2846., Jackson, Joseph Henry. MEXICAN INTERLUDE. New York, Macmillan, 1936. 1st edition. 8vo. 232pp . Good, tight copy. Typed, signed letter from the author tipped in. Jacket blurbs & article on the previous owner's trip also tipped in. Photographs by the author. $20.00

2525., Jennings, Gary. AZTEC AUTUMN. New York, Tom Doherty, 1997. 1st edition. 8vo. 380pp . About fine in bright dust jacket. A sequel to Aztec, an historical novel of the generation after the conquest. $10.00

1163., Johnson, Arnold P., introduction. FRANCISCO ZUN~IGA: SCULPTURE/DRAWINGS. New York, Sindin Galleries, c1980. 4to. 32pp . About fine; paperback. A well illustrated exhibition catalogue with a brief introduction to Zun~iga's work. $15.00

906., Joseph, Gilbert M. REDISCOVERING THE PAST AT MEXICO'S PERIPHERY: ESSAYS ON THE HISTORY OF MODERN YUCATAN. Tuscaloosa, University of Alabama, 1986. 1st edition. 8vo. 203pp . Fine in dust jacket. 7 pages of photographs, 20 page bibliography. $15.00

2222., Junco, Alfonso. UN SIGLO DE MEJICO DE HIDALGO A CARRANZA. Mexico, Ediciones Botas, 1946. 1st edition. Small 8vo. 326pp . Unopened, light rubbing, very good; paperback. In Spanish. A history of Mexico from independence to the revolution. $15.00

120., Kanellos, Nicolas. NOCHE BUENA: HISPANIC AMERICAN CHRISTMAS STORIES. New York, Oxford University, 2000. 1st edition. 8vo. 370pp . About fine in dust jacket. Bibliography. All kinds of Christmas writings, many in Spanish & English, carols, short stories, academic studies, plays, & poems. $15.00

2646., Kaufman, Barry Neil. A MIRACLE TO BELIEVE IN. New York, Doubleday, 1981. 1st edition. 8vo. 313pp . Near fine in dust jacket, 1 small tear in jacket. The true story of a Mexican family's journey to New York to find care for their autistic son & the family who helps them. $10.00

2380., Kearney, Michael. DRUNKENNESS AND RELIGIOUS CONVERSION IN A MEXICAN VILLAGE. New Brunswick, Rutgers University, 1970. Reprint edition. 8vo. 21pp . Very good; staple bound paperback. From the Journal of Studies on Alcohol, the ceremonial aspects & social pressures of alcoholism in a Oaxacan village, Ixtepeji. $10.00

1391., Keen, Benjamin. THE AZTEC IMAGE. New Brunswick, Rutgers University, 1971. 1st edition. 8vo. 667pp . Very good in dust jacket. 2 maps, color plate, 49 black & white plates, illustrated endpapers. The great inquiry into Aztec civilization in 1519. $20.00

1802., Kendall, Aubin. THE ART OF PRE-COLUMBIAN MEXICO: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF WORKS IN ENGLISH. Austin, University of Texas, 1975. 2nd printing. 8vo. 115pp . Very good; paperback. 10 photographs of objects. 653 items in this indispensable reference work. $12.50

1399., Kirk, Betty. COVERING THE MEXICAN FRONT: THE BATTLE OF EUROPE VERSUS AMERICA. Norman, University of Oklahoma, 1942. 2nd printing. 8vo. 367pp . Very good in dust jacket, sunned spine of jacket. 16 pages of photographs. An inciteful portrait of Mexico by perhaps the best U.S. reporter to ever cover the country. $20.00

2761., Koch, Sue (design). THE ART OF ANCIENT MEXICO AND PERU. New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, no date. Oblong 4to. 16pp . About fine; staple bound paperback. 15 black & white photographs. Pottery, stone, cloth & wood objects described. $15.00

2127., Kraus, Jennifer, Chris McGinn, et al. NAFTA'S BROKEN PROMISES: FAILURE TO CREAT U.S. JOBS. Washington DC, Public Citizen, 1997. 1st edition. 4to. 41pp . Near fine; staple bound paperback. A report on job losses from NAFTA after 3 years, a company by company analysis. $12.50

2444., Kroeber, Clifton B. MAN LAND AND WATER: MEXICO'S FARMLANDS IRRIGATION POLICIES 1885-1911. Berkeley, University of California, 1985. 1st edition. 8vo. 288pp . About fine in dust jacket. Bibliography, 17 pages of photographs, 3 maps. The failures of agricultural policies under Profirio Diaz & reflections today. $15.00

70., Kubler, George. THE ICONOGRAPHY OF THE ART OF TEOTIHUACAN. Washington DC, Dumbarton Oaks, 1967. 1st edition. Small 4to. 40pp . Lightly browned spine, near fine; staple bound paperback. Bibliography, 46 figures. An argument for a complex iconography of images found in Teotihuacan. $20.00

2047., Labastida, Jaime. A LA INTEMPERIE. Guyamas, Joaquin Mortiz, 1970. 1st edition. 8vo. 67pp . Light rubbing, very good; paperback. In Spanish. #433 of 1500 copies. Poetry of the left; Poema en Tiempo de Guerra (en la Muerte del Comandante Guevara) is my favorite. $15.00

3616., Ladd, Doris M. THE MAKING OF A STRIKE: MEXICAN SILVER WORKERS' STRUGGLES IN REAL DEL MONTE, 1766-1775. Lincoln, University of Nebraska, 1988. 1st edition. 8vo. 205pp . About fine in lightly worn dust jacket. Bibliography, 2 maps. The first social history dealing with labor in colonial Mexico is about the first strike in North America. $10.00

1408., Lara Pardo, Luis. MADERO: ESBOZO POLITICO. Mexico, Ediciones Botas, 1938. 2nd edition. 12mo. 364pp . Lightly rubbed, very good; paperback. In Spanish. A political biography. $20.00

99., Larkin, Margaret. SEVEN SHARES IN A GOLD MINE. London, Readers Union, 1960. Book club edition. 12mo. 213pp . Good, tight copy. 4 pages of photographs. The story of an airline bombing in 1952 & the manhunt & criminal trial that followed, set in Oaxaca. $10.00

2740., Lazzari, Pietro. HERNAN CORTES. Washington DC, Pan American Union, 1944. 1st edition. 8vo. 16pp . Ex-library, tiny tear, reading copy; staple bound paperback. Map, illustrations. A brief biography of the conquerer of Mexico. $9.50

3682., Lemoine Villican~a, Ernesto. EL DESAGUE DEL VALLE DE MEXICO DURANTE LA EPOCA INDEPENDIENTE. Mexico, UNAM, 1978. 1st edition. 12mo. 126pp . Lightly bumped; near fine; paperback. In Spanish. 2 fold out maps, several illustrations. The story of the draining of the lakes of present Mexico City during independence. $20.00

75., Len~ero, Estela. EL HUSO Y EL SEXO (LA MUJER OBRERA EN DOS INDUSTRIAS DE TLAXCALA). Mexico, SEP, 1984. 1st edition. 8vo. 156pp . Very lightly rubbed, near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Limited to 1000 copies. A study of women workers in a textile & a dress making factory in the mid 20th century. $20.00

2., Leon Diez, Cuauhtemoc, ed. BAJA CALIFORNIA DESDE EL PRINCIPIO: GEOLOGIA HISTORICA. Mexicali, UABC, 1995. 1st edition. 12mo. 82pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. Illustrated. An introduction to the geology & paleontology of Baja California for young reader, about junior high level. $10.00

834., Lewis, Oscar. PEDRO MARTINEZ. London, Secker & Warburg, 1964. 1st British edition. 8vo. 507pp . Very good in chipped, worn, price clipped dust jacket. Illustrated from drawings by Alberto Beltran. The story of a peasant family of Azteca, a village 80 miles from Mexico City. $12.50

1554., Lewis, Oscar. PEDRO MARTINEZ: A MEXICAN PEASANT AND HIS FAMILY. New York, Random House, 1964. 1st edition. 8vo. 507pp . Very good in lightly worn dust jacket. Illustrations by Alberto Beltran. The life story of a 70 year old Mexican peasant & his family. $15.00

1161., Logan, Kathleen. HACIENDO PUEBLO: THE DEVELOPMENT OF A GUADALAJARAN SUBURB. University, University of Alabama, 1984. 1st edition. 8vo. 141pp . Near fine. 3 maps, 15 photographs. A study of the creation of a new working class community on the outskirts of Guadalajara. $15.00

100., Lopez Lomas, Estela Alicia. ALICIA EN LA CARCEL DE LAS MARAVILLAS. Bacalar, Quintana Roo, Nave de Papel, 1995. 1st edition. 12mo. 40pp . Near fine; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. Edition limited to 500 copies. Poetry from the Wonderland jail by a feminist poet from Quintana Roo, Mexico. $15.00

1661., Lopez Reyes, Amalia & Jose Manuel Lozano Fuentes. HISTORIA DE MEXICO DE LA EPOCA PREHISPANICA HASTA JUAREZ. Mexico, CECSA, 1973. 1st edition. Large 8vo. 313pp . Very good; paperback. In Spanish. Well illustrated with photographs, drawings & maps, bibliography. $12.50

2041., Lopez Victoria, Jose Manuel. MORELOS: SIERVO DE LA NACION. Mexico, Ediciones Botas, 1965. 1st edition. 12mo. 79pp . Lightly soiled, small chip at spine head, good, tight copy. Paperback. In Spanish. A biography of one of the key figures of Mexican independence. $15.00

835., Lynch, James B., Jr., introduction. RUFINO TAMAYO: FIFTY YEARS OF HIS PAINTINGS. Washington DC, The Phillips Collection, 1978. 1st edition. 4to. 89pp . About fine. Color & black & white reproductions. Bibliography. An exhibition catalogue. $45.00

1148., Macedo, Miguel S., ed. CODIGO DE JUSTICIA MILITAR DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS MEXICANOS EXPEDIDO EL 16 DE SETIEMBRE DE 1892. Mexico, 1893. Small 8vo. 189pp . Edge wear, light browning. Half leather bound, marbled boards. Rebound. In Spanish. The supplement to the 1892 Annuario de Legislacion y Jurisprudencia. $20.00

125., Magrin~a, Laura, Idolina Velazquez Soto, Clara Bargellini, Hugo Arciniega, et al. MISIONES EN EL NOROESTE DE MEXICO. Mexico, Forca Noroeste, 2004. 1st edition. 12mo. 237pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliographies. 15 academic papers on the history, geography, archaeology, architecture, art, & other topics of the mission enterprise. $17.50

1671., Maldonado L., Celia. ESTADISTICAS VITALES DE LA CIUDAD DE MEXICO (SIGLO XIX). Mexico, SEP, 1976. 1st edition. 4to. 179pp . Creased, rubbed, good tight copy; paperback. In Spanish. Organized by parrish. $20.00

144., Marks, Richard Lee. CORTES: THE GREAT ADVENTURER AND THE FATE OF AZTEC MEXICO. New York, Knopf, 1993. 1st edition. 8vo. 347pp . Near fine in dust jacket. Endpaper maps, 24 photos, 3 maps. A very readable retelling of the conquest of Mexico & the life of Cortes. $12.50

442., Marquez, Arturo. PRIMO TEMPO 1955-1963. Mexico, Serie Excalibur, Small 8vo. 28pp . Very good; craft paper binding. In Spanish. Number 8 in this poetry series. Undated but probably published in the early 1990's. $9.50

3516. Martines Campos, Gabriel & Esperanza Salazar Zenil. RECETARIO COLIMENSE DE LA IGUANA. Mexico, Conaculta, 2004. 2nd printing. 12mo. 79pp. Near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. Baked, fried, in soup, in mole, it is still iguana. $12.50

152., Martinez Montiel, Luz Maria, ed. PRESENCIA AFRICANA EN MEXICO. Mexico, Consejo Nacional, 1994. 1st edition. 12mo. 574pp . Near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Maps, bibliographies. 8 academic papers on slavery in Mexico & 1 on African-Mexicans in contemporary Veracruz. $25.00

3002., Martinez Rios, Jorge. TENENCIA DE LA TIERRA Y DESARROLLO AGRARIO EN MEXICO (BIBLIOGRAFIA SELECTIVA Y COMENTADA: 1522-1968). Mexico, UNAM, 1970. 1st edition. 4to. LX+305pp . Remainder mark, lightly rubbed, very good; paperback. In Spanish. A thoroughly annotated bibliography with a 60 page introduction on agricultural & land holding patterns. $25.00

3184., Mastretta, Angeles. LOVESICK. New York, Riverhead Books, 1997. 1st edition. 8vo. 292pp . About fine in dust jacket. A novel by the number-one best selling Mexican author of love in the privileged class of pre-revolutionary Puebla. $10.00

663., May, Antoinette. PASSIONATE PILGRIM: THE EXTRAORDINARY LIFE OF ALMA REED. New York, Paragon House, 1993. 1st edition. 8vo. 283pp . Remainder mark, else near fine in dust jacket. Friend of Orozco, lover of Yucatan governor Carillo Puerto, she broke the story of the discovery of Chichen Itza in the Times. $12.50

1291., McBride, Robert H., ed. MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES: ENERGY, TRADE, INVESTMENT, IMMIGRATION, TOURISM. Englewood Cliffs, Prentice Hall, 1981. 1st edition. 12mo. 197pp . About fine in lightly bumped dust jacket. 8 papers on US/Mexican economic relations. $10.00

1720., McConnell, Burt M. MEXICO AT THE BAR OF PUBLIC OPINION: A SURVEY OF EDITORIAL OPINIONS IN NEWSPAPERS OF THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE. New York, Mail & Express Publishing, 1939. 1st edition. 8vo. 320pp . Very good. The Mexicans took our oil and we do not like it. We especially do not like their President Cardenas who had this terrible idea. $10.00

887., McMahon, William E. TWO STRIKES AND OUT. Garden City, Country Life, 1939. 8vo. 156pp . Good, tight copy. A Texan oil lawyer's view on the nationalization of the Mexican oil industry. $9.50

914., McNally, Andrew & Evalyn. THIS IS MEXICO. New York, Dodd, Mead, 1947. 1st edition. 4to. 216pp . Very good in chipped, worn, torn dust jacket. Well illustrated with photographs by the authors. $12.50

61., Medel M., Vicente, ed. HOMBRES ILUSTRES DE MEXICO EN LA NOMENCLATURA DEL DESARROLLO URBANO RIO TIJUANA. Mexico, Sec. del Patrimonio Nacional, 1976. 1st edition. Square 4to. 150pp . Light line on front board, spotting on rear, very good. Well illustrated, mini biographies of all the people for whom streets were named or monuments built in Tijuana's Rio District. $25.00

705., Melnykovich, George. REALITY AND EXPRESSION IN THE POETRY OF CARLOS PELLICER. Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina, 1979. 8vo. 150pp . Green marks on edges, otherwise good, tight copy; paperback. 13 page bibliography. Analysis of one of Mexico's great "Modernist" poets. $9.50

317., Mendoza, Salvador. LA DOCTRINA CARDENAS: TEXTO ANTECEDENTES COMENTARIOS. Mexico, Ediciones Bota, 1939. 1st edition. 8vo. 78pp . Very good; paperback. In Spanish. Subtitled: La Doctrina Monroe, La Doctrina Drago, La Doctrina Calvo, La Doctrina Cardenas. A comparision of American visions. $20.00

98., Messmacher, Miguel. LA INTERDEPENDENCIA EN LA FRONTERA NORTE. Mexico, Consejo Nacional, 1990. 2nd printing. 12mo. 213pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. An economic study of the population, industry, commerce & tourism in the region of Piedras Negras, Coahuila. $20.00

39., Meyer, Lorenzo. MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES IN THE OIL CONTROVERSY, 1917-1942. Austin, University of Texas, 1977. 1st U.S. edition. 8vo. 367pp . Remainder mark, otherwise very good in dust jacket. The history of events leading to the nationalization of Mexico's oil industry. $11.50

5010. Moises, Rosalio, Jane Holden Kelley & William Curry Holden. THE TALL CANDLE: THE PERSONAL CHRONICLE OF A YAQUI INDIAN. Lincoln, University of Nebraska, 1971. 1st edition. 8vo. 251pp. Very good in rubbed dust jacket, small tears in jacket. Bibliography, fold out geneology, map, 8pp of photographs. The autobiography of a Yaqui born in 1896 including the massacre of 1900 and the uprising of 1926. $10.00

3592., Monaghan, Jay (foreword by Ray Allen Billington). SCHOOLBOY, COWBOY, MEXICAN SPY. Berkeley, University of California, 1977. 1st edition. 8vo. 218pp . Very good in dust jacket. 16 pages of photographs. Personal history of the late "Old West" in Colorado, Wyoming & Utah, & spy for all sides of the Mexican revolution. $9.50

782., Monjaras Ruiz, Jesus. MEXICO EN 1863: TESTIMONION GERMANOS SOBRE LA INTERVENCION FRANCESA. Mexico, SepSetentas, 1974. 1st edition. 16mo. 206pp . Lightly rubbed, very good; paperback. In Spanish. Drawn from German libraries, documents & testimony of German journalists on Juarez & the French invasion. $15.00

104., Monraz S., Aurely. EL LIBRO DE LOS QUATRO ELEMENTOS Y DOS MAS. Tijuana, Editorial Existir, 2003. 1st edition. 12mo. 52pp . About fine; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. Poetry from the Tijuana poet, winner of the 2001 Premio Cultura of the Instituto Municipal de Arte y Cultura. $12.50

818., Monteflor P., Eugenio. PICTORIAL ARCHAEOLOGY. Mexico, Litografica Turmex, 1973. 1st edition. Oblong 12mo. 68pp . Very good; paperback. 10 maps & 96 color illustrations. $9.50

46., Morales, Tomas (Manuel Zavala Alonso, ed.). 40 AN~OS DE TIGRES, CUARENTA AN~OS DE PASION. Mexico, MZ Milenio Pro, 1995. 1st edition. 4to. 103pp . About fine in dust jacket. In Spanish. Well illustrated. 40 years of baseball with the Tigres of Mexico City, anecdotes, campaigns, unforgettable games, and immortal personalities. $20.00

1373., Moreno de Tagle, J.E. ARTES DE MEXICO: MUSEO NACIONAL DE ANTROPOLOGIA, An~o XII, Num. 66/67, 1965, a monthly periodical. Mexico, INAH/SEP, 4to. 224pp . Spine rubbed, good, tight copy. In Spanish, English, French & German. About 75 pages of text, the rest 18 color plates & many b/w of archaeological objects. $15.00

1782., Mosk, Sanford A. INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION IN MEXICO. Berkeley, University of California, 1954. 2nd printing. 8vo. 331pp . Very good in dust jacket. A case study of industrializing an undeveloped country with an agricultural base, Mexico under Cardenas, Avila Camacho & Aleman. $20.00

3604., Mosk, Sanford A. INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION IN MEXICO. Berkeley, University of California, 1950. 1st edition. 8vo. 331pp . Very good in dust jacket. A case study of the industrialization of an agricultural economy with social problems examined alongside the economic. $22.50

1573., Mosley, Nicholas. THE ASSASSINATION OF TROTSKY. London, Michael Joseph, 1972. 1st edition. 8vo. 185pp . Very good in lightly worn, price clipped dust jacket. A glowing portrait of Trotsky & detailed account of his assassin. $10.00

748., Muriel, Maria Luisa & Patricia Vega. PACTO CON LA JUVENTUD: LA IDEOLOGIA DE MIGUEL DE LA MADRID. Mexico, Grupo Promotor Globo, 1982. 1st edition. 12mo. 71pp . Rubbed cover, very good; paperback. In Spanish. A campaign piece calling for a just, equal, revolutionary Mexico, soliciting the youth vote. $10.00

56., Niggli, Josephina. STEP DOWN, ELDER BROTHER. New York, Rinehart, 1947. 1st edition. 8vo. 374pp . Very good in lightly rubbed, chipped dust jacket. The author's first novel, of revolutionary change & generational conflict in 20th century Mexico. $12.50

2816., Noll, Arthur Howard. FROM EMPIRE TO REPUBLIC: THE STORY OF THE STRUGGLE FOR CONSTITUTIONAL GOVERNMENT IN MEXICO. Chicago, A.C. McClurg, 1903. 1st edition. 12mo. 336pp . Ex-library, a tight working copy. Bibliography, map & portraits. A history of the struggle for Mexican independence through Juarez. $10.00

145., Novo, Salvador. THE WAR OF THE FATTIES AND OTHER STORIES FROM AZTEC HISTORY. Austin, University of Texas, 1994. 1st edition. 8vo. 232pp . About fine; paperback. Essays, short stories, plays, & poems, a light, accurate introduction to Aztec culture. $9.50

1479., Nun~ez Mata, Efren. MEXICO EN LA HISTORIA. Mexico, Ediciones Botas, 1967. 4th edition. 8vo. 253pp . Lightly rubbed, very good; paperback. In Spanish. Well illustrated with maps, photos & drawings. A cultural, political, economic history of Mexico, pre-conquest through WWII. $20.00

24., O'Neill, Carlota. UNA MEXICANA EN LA GUERRA DE ESPAN~A. Mexico, La Prensa, 1964. 1st edition. 16mo. 223pp . Rubbed, creased, good, tight copy; paperback. In Spanish. Her husband, a Republican pilot, was executed & she imprisoned at the start of the war, this is her memories & prison journal. $15.00

3528., O'Shaughnessy, Edith. A DIPLOMAT'S WIFE IN MEXICO. New York, Harper, 1916. 1st edition. 8vo. 356pp . Very good; 12 pages of photographs. Letters from Mexico City covering October 8, 1913, to April 23rd, 1914, the breaking of relations & occupation of Veracruz. $10.00

3686., Ocadiz, Roberto. TULANCINGO HGO.: QUE CONOCER QUE VISITAR/LOS ERMITAN~OS: PEN~ASCOS PINTORESCOS. Mexico, Self published, nd ca 1950?. 6th edition. 24mo. 28pp . Lightly browned cover, near fine; staple bound paperback. Mostly a guide to Los Ermitan~os, rock formations 50 miles east of Mexico City, 16 photos, 2 maps. In Spanish. $15.00

34., Ochoa, Alvaro & Alfredo Uribe. EMIGRANTES DEL OESTE. Mexico, Cultura y Artes, 1990. 1st edition. Small 8vo. 164pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. More than 100 years of history of migrants from Michoacan to the United States. $17.50

687., Olliff, Donathon C. REFORMA MEXICO AND THE UNITED STATES: A SEARCH FOR ALTERNATIVES TO ANNEXATION, 1854-1861. Tuscaloosa, University of Alabama, 1981. 1st edition. 8vo. 213pp . About fine. Extensive bibliography. $12.50

1536., Olmedo Vargas, Veronica A. & Mario F. Leon Garcia, eds. CUADERNOS VILLISTAS #4. Mexico, Moto Club Dorados, 1997. 1st edition. 8vo. 42pp . Near fine; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. limited to 1500. 9 photographs, prolog by Agustin Villa. Includes summaries of the battles of 1910, & relations with Abraham Gonzales & Madero. $9.50

27., Ongay Muza, Danilo. BIBLIOGRAFIA DEL INSTITUTO DE INVESTIGACIONES ESTETICAS (1935-1965). Mexico, D.F, Universidad Nacional Mexico, 1966. 1st edition. 8vo. 149pp . Very good in lightly soiled wrappers. Sixteen plates. A bibliography of the works of art history & art criticism of the institute. Edition limited to 2000 copies. $10.00

643., Oster, Patrick. THE MEXICANS: A PERSONAL PORTRAIT OF A PEOPLE. New York, Morrow, 1989. 1st edition. 8vo. 334pp . Near fine in dust jacket. 5 page bibliography. Mini biographies of ordinary & not so ordinary Mexicans including a cop, peasant, feminist, fire breather, & a smuggler. $12.50

2713., Padilla, Ezequiel. THE MEXICAN AUTHOR. Mexico, Mexican Editorial Agency, 1941. 1st edition. 8vo. 14pp . Light soiling, very good; staple bound paperback. Text of a speech honoring the author Jose C. Valades upon the publication of his El Porfirismo. $10.00

2461., Paras, Othon. ALGUNAS CONSIDERACIONES GENERALES EN EL TRATAMIENTO DE HERIDAS DE INTESTINO. Mexico, Jose Joaquin Terrazas, 1896. 1st edition. 8vo. 39pp . Lightly bumped, very good; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. The state of the art of treating intestinal wounds, ulcers, etc., a good thing to stay away from in 1896 Mexico apparently. $25.00

582., Pardo Garcia, German. DESNUDEZ. Mexicoc, Libros de Mexico, 1973. 1st edition. 4to. 152pp . Very good in dust jacket, partially uncut. Poetry. $20.00

563., Pardo Garcia, German. EL HEROE. Mexicoc, Libros de Mexico, 1975. 1st edition. 4to. 53pp . Very good in dust jacket, partially uncut. Poetry. $15.00

242., Pardo Garcia, German. MI PERRO Y LAS ESTRELLAS. Mexico, Editorial Libros de Mexico, 1974. 1st edition. 4to. 172pp . About fine in dust jacket. In Spanish. Poetry by a Colombian long in exile in Mexico, a lovely book with decorated end papers & "distressed" edges. $27.50

2225., Parker, Dr. George. GUARACHA TRAIL: ADVENTURES OF AN AMERICAN DOCTOR BATTLING FOR A "LOST" SILVER MINE IN THE BANDIT COUNTRY OF NORTHERN MEXICO. New York, Dutton, 1951. 1st edition. 8vo. 251pp . Lightly soiled boards, good, tight copy. A stirring tale of the law of the gun, though it is hard to tell how factual it is. $12.50

19., Parkes, Henry Bamford. A HISTORY OF MEXICO. Boston, Houghton Mifflin, 1960. 3rd revised edition. 8vo. 458pp . Very good in dust jacket, tears in rear of jacket. Endpaper maps, bibliography, 17 pages of illustrations. The standard scholarly history of Mexico of its time. $10.00

366., Parmenter, Ross. LAWRENCE IN OAXACA: A QUEST FOR THE NOVELIST IN MEXICO. Salt Lake City, Peregrine Smith, 1984. 1st edition. 8vo. 384pp . Near fine in dust jacket. Endpaper maps, 16 pages of photographs. The story of D.H. Lawrence in the winter of 1924-25. $15.00

188., Pastor, Robert A. & Jorge G. Castaneda. LIMITS TO FRIENDSHIP: THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO. New York, Knopf, 1988. 1st edition. 8vo. 415pp . Very good in dust jacket. Alternate chapters by a Mexican & a U.S. analyst of economic, political & social problems between their countries. $12.50

746., Paz, Octavio. EL MONO GRAMATICO. Madrid, Seix Barral, 1974. 12mo. 142pp . Very good, lightly yellowed covers; glossy, paperback. 1st Spanish language edition. Prose-poetry thoughts on Tantric Buddism, art & other subjects. $37.50

3142., Paz, Octavio. EL SIGNO Y EL GARABATO. Mexico, Joaquin Mortiz, 1973. 1st edition. 12mo. 213pp . Lightly browned, very good; paperback. In Spanish. #2743 of 4000 copies. 4 essays of literary criticism range from haiku to Tagore, Tamayo, Baudelaire & theory of translation. $25.00

2695., Paz, Octavio. THE MONKEY GRAMMARIAN. New York, Seaver Books, 1981. 1st US edition. Small 8vo. 162pp . Very good in dust jacket. Translated by Helen R. Lane. $25.00

1035., Paz, Octavio. THE OTHER VOICE: ESSAYS ON MODERN POETRY. New York, Harcourt Brace, 1990. 1st U.S. edition. 8vo. 160pp . About fine in dust jacket. 7 elegant essays explain the range of modern poetry while chastising Anglocentric criticism. $12.50

2513., Pedrero Cordova, J. CONFERENCIA SOBRE TRANSPORTES MILITARES DICTADA EN LA ESCUELA SUPERIOR DE GUERRA. Merida, Imp. Guerra, 1934. 1st edition. 8vo. 14pp . Light browning, very good; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. 2 plates. A paper on military bridgeworks. $17.50

1433., Peeler, Damon E. & Marcus Winter. TIEMPO SAGRADO, ESPACIO SAGRADO: ASTRONOMIA, CALENDARIO Y ARQUITECTURA EN MONTE ALBAN Y TEOTIHUACAN. Oaxaca, IOC/FECA, 1996. 2nd edition. 12mo. 26pp . Rubbed, very good; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. 5 figures. An essay on the relationships between architecture, astronomy & the calendars in Mesoamerican thought. $15.00

590., Pennington, Campbell W., ed. THE PIMA BAJO OF CENTRAL SONORA, MEXICO. Vol 1, The Material Culture & Vol 2, Vocabulario en la Lengua Nevome. Salt Lake City, University of Utah, 1979. 1st edition. 8vo. 410, 129pp . Near fine in dust jacket. Illustrations, bibliographies. A modern, comprehensive study of the material culture with a 17th century study of the language. $45.00

2867., Pen~a y Reyes, Antonio de la. EL TRATADO DE PAZ CON ESPAN~A (SANTA MARIA-CALATRAVA). Mexico, Relaciones Exteriores, 1927. 1st edition. Small 8vo. xxix+222pp . Very good, chipped spine, soiled, uncut; paperback. In Spanish. An historical introduction, the treaty itself & supplemental documents & discussions leading to the treaty are presented. $35.00

6., Pen~a, Rodolfo F. (prologue). INSURGENCIA OBRERA Y NACIONALISMO REVOLUCIONARIO. Mexico, Ediciones El Caballito, 1973. 1st edition. 12mo. 503pp . Lightly bumped very good; paperback. In Spanish. A collection of articles & editorials from Solidaridad, the publication of the radical Mexican electrical workers union. $15.00

1519., Peralta Flores, Araceli & Ruben Manzanilla Lopez. GUIA ARCHIVISTA Y BIBLIOGRAFICA PARA EL ESTUDIO HISTORICO DE TACUBA. Mexico, INAH, 1992. 1st edition. Small 4to. 108pp . Very lightly bumped, near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Introductory essay & bibliography of books & documents on Tacuba or Tlacopan, an area of Tarascan & Nahoa influence. $20.00

2511., Perez G., Cristina. FIABE. Mexico, self published, 1994. 1st edition. 8vo. pp . Near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Edition limited to 300 copies. Unpaginated, approx. 100pp. Nicely inscribed in English by the author. A series of seemingly autobiographical short stories. $25.00

2570., Perez Lugo, J. LA CUESTION RELIGIOSA EN MEXICO. Mexico, Centro Cultural "Cuautemoc", 1927. 1st edition. 8vo. 428pp . Cover lightly chipped, normal browning, good; paperback. Documents & analysis supporting the revolutionary government as against the church in the struggle for power. In Spanish. $35.00

676., Pfandl, Ludwig. DIE ZEHNTE MUSE VON MEXICO: JUANA INES DE LA CRUZ. Munchen, Verlag Hermann Rinn, nd (1947). 1st edition. 8vo. 359pp . Slight cover warping, good, tight copy with torn dust jacket. Published by US military license. From the library of Benzion Hibel, forbidden under Nazi's for psychoanalitic analysis. $75.00

3607., Philip, George D. MEXICO. Oxford, Clio Press, 1993. Revised edition. 12mo. 195pp . About fine. Map. #48 in the World Bibliographical Series, 705 annotated entries. $22.50

1985., Pindell, Terry. YESTERDAY'S TRAIN: A RAIL ODYSSEY THROUGH MEXICAN HISTORY. New York, Holt, 1997. 1st edition. 8vo. 377pp . About fine in dust jacket. Bibliography, rail map. An exploration of everywhere one can get in Mexico by train from Nuevo Laredo to Ciudad Hidalgo & Cancun to Mexicali. $10.00

4510. Pin~on Flores, Irais. RECETARIO INDIGENA DE BAJA CALIFORNIA. Mexico, Conaculta, 2004. 2nd printing. 12mo. 135pp. Near fine; paperback. in Spanish. Introduction on the indigenous peoples of Baja California; glossary. Includes recipes for venison stew, mezcal flowers, and many, many recipes for rabbit from Kumiai, Kiliwa, Cucapah, Pai Pai & Cochimi communities. $12.50

1248., Pool, Carolyn Garrett, ed. PAPERS IN ANTHROPOLOGY. Volume 21, Number 1, Sping 1980. Norman, University of Oklahoma, 1980. Small 4to. 119pp . Very good; paperback. Papers on rural unemployment in Mexico, several concentrating on Yucatan. $9.50

3226., Porrua Venero, Manuel. ENSAYO HISTORICO JURIDICO SOBRE HERNAN CORTES: SU VIDA Y SU OBRA. Mexico, Manuel Porrua, 191986. 1st edition. 8vo. 114pp . Lightly bumped, near fine; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. An essay on the legal thought of Cortes, the conquest & its governance, including his will. $17.50

2709., Portes Gil, Emilio & Jose Angel Ceniceros. DISCURSOS. Mexico, Relaciones Exteriores, 1935. 1st edition. 12mo. 29pp . Light staining, good; staple bound paperback. In Spanish. Speeches to a Lions CLub convention on the policies of President Cardenas by the party president & an undersecretary. $10.00

2303., Portes Gil, Emilio. THE CONFLICT BETWEEN THE CIVIL POWER AND THE CLERGY. Mexico, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 1934. 1st edition. 8vo. 135pp . Lightly browned, very good; paperback. In Spanish. An historical & legal essay by the Mexican Attorney General defending the revolution's positions in opposition to the Church. $15.00

55., Powell, Philip Wayne. CAPITAN MESTIZO: MIGUEL CALDERA Y LA FRONTERA NORTEN~A, LA PACIFICACION DE LOS CHICHIMECAS (1548-1597). Mexico, FCE, 1997. 2nd Spanish printing. 8vo. 382pp . About fine; paperback. In Spanish. Bibliography. 5 plates. The most difficult of the 16th century conquests in Mexico, led by the son of a Spanish soldier & Chichimeca mother. $15.00

420., Prescott, William H. THE WORLD OF THE AZTECS. Geneva, Minerva, 1970. Square 4to. 156pp . Very good in dust jacket, 1 small tear in rear of jacket. Well illustrated with black & white, monochrome & color plates. $11.50

2116., Price, William R. PICTORIAL IMAGES OF MEXICO TODAY. Sierra Madre, International Pictorial, 1976. 1st edition. 4to. 320pp . Near fine; leatherette. Full of color photographs by Jurgis Motiekaitis. $15.00

1437., Priestley, Herbert Ingram. THE MEXICAN NATION, A HISTORY. London, Macmillan, 1923. 8vo. 507pp . Normal browning, good, tight copy. 5 illustrations, 4 maps. $14.50

2464., Prouty, Amy. MEXICO AND I. Philadelphia, Dorrance, 1951. 1st edition. 8vo. 258pp . Very good in chipped dust jacket. 53 pages of photographs. A journal of a trip through Mexico from Guadalajara to Oaxaca in the 1940's. $15.00

465., Quirk, Robert E. AN AFFAIR OF HONOR: WOODROW WILSON AND THE OCCUPATION OF VERACRUZ. University of Kentucky, 1962. 1st edition. 8vo. 184pp . Ex-library, tight reading copy. Does Wilson still hold the record for most invasions of Latin America? This perhaps aroused the most intense bitterness. $9.50

57., Raigosa, Genero & Antonio de Mier y Celis. DESAGUE DE LA CIUDAD Y DEL VALLE DE MEXICO. Mexico, Imprenta del Gobierno, 1881. 1st edition. 12mo. 47pp . Disbound, covers missing, lightly soiled, text block intact. Speech on the necessity & cost of sewage/drainage improvements including comparative mortality rates in Mexico & Europe. $45.00

2896., Ramirez Caban~as, Joaquin. ALTAMIRANO Y EL BARON DE WAGNER: UN INCIDENTE DIPLOMATICO EN 1862. Mexico, Sec. Relaciones Exteriores, 1932. 1st edition. 8vo. xx+80pp . Ex-library, tight working copy; staple bound paperback. Documents & analysis of a feud between the Mexican congessman & the Prussian ambassador which led to international scandal. $17.50

148., Ramirez Vazquez, Pedro. et al (introduction by Ignacio Bernal, designed & edited by Beatrice Trueblood). THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY MEXICO: ART, ARCHITECTURE, ARCHAEOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY. New York, Harry N. Abrams, 1968. 1st edition. 4to. 257pp . Lightly browned, very good in chipped dust jacket. Bibliography. Well illustrated in color & monochrome, color plates tipped in, the survey of the holdings of the museum. $15.00

278., Ramirez, Carlos. OPERACION GAVIN: MEXICO EN LA DIPLOMACIA DE REAGAN. Mexico, El Dia en Libros, 1987. 1st edition. 12mo. 230pp . Light wear, very good; paperback. In Spanish. A highly critical review of the work of Reagan's actor/friend as ambassador to Mexico, much on the war on drugs. $15.00

2271., Ramon, David. DOLORES DEL RIO: UN CUENTO DE HADAS, VOLVER AL ORIGEN, CONSAGRACION DE UNA DIVA. 3 Volumes. Mexico, Clio, 1997. 1st edition. Small 4to. 62, 62 & 62pp . About fine; paperback; in Spanish. Well illustrated in color & black & white. Biography & filmography. $50.00

3325., Randall, Robert W. REAL DEL MONTE: A BRITISH MINING VENTURE IN MEXICO. Austin, University of Texas, 1972. 1st edition. 8vo. 257pp . About fine in price clipped dust jacket. Bibliography. 8 maps, 7 tables. An English failure ($5 million lost from 1824 to 1849) led to a successful Mexican/US mining enterprise. $20.00

2100., Reed, Nelson. THE CASTE WAR OF YUCATAN. Stanford, Stanford University, 1973. 8vo. 308pp . Very good; paperback. In 1848 the Maya nearly drove the invaders out of the Yucatan. This is the history of that & the subsequent campaigns. $9.50

1351., Reich, Hanna, ed. MEXICO. New York, Hill & Wang, 1967. 1st edition. 4to. 124pp . Very good; cloth backed illustrated boards. Photographs by Thommas Cugini, Arpad Elfer, Armin Haab, Hans Silvester & others with text by Hans Leuenberger. $15.00

2326., Reyes de la Maza, Luis. EL TEATRO EN 1857 Y SUS ANTECEDENTES. Mexico, Imprenta Universitaria, 1956. 1st edition. 8vo. 432pp . Partially uncut, very good; paperback. In Spanish. A history of Mexican theater in 1855, 1856 & 1857 including programs or playbills for each production. $20.00

107., Reyes Garcia, Luis. DOCUMENTOS SOBRE TIERRAS Y SEN~ORIOS EN CUAUHTINCHAN. Mexico, FCE, 1988. 1st edition. 4to. 220+xviipp . Near fine in lightly soiled dust jacket; in Spanish & Nahuatl. 47 documents (1547 to 1705) from Puebla in Nahuatl with Spanish translations & in Spanish with 19pp of facsimiles of manuscripts. $22.50

2304., Reyes, Alfonso. OBRAS COMPLETAS, Vol II: VISION DE ANAHUAC; LAS VISPERAS DE ESPAN~A; CALENDARIO. Mexico, Fondo de Cultura Economica, 1956. 1st thus edition. 8vo. 374pp . Light pencil marginalia, very good in dust jacket. In Spanish. Vision is what it is to be a literary Mexican; Visperas is a view of Spain through Mexican eyes; Calendario is epigramatic. $17.50

261., Reynolds, Clark W. & Carlos Tello, eds. U.S.-MEXICO RELATIONS: ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL ASPECTS. Stanford, Stanford University, 1983. 1st edition. 8vo. 375pp . Remainder mark, otherwise about fine in dust jacket. 18 papers written by experts from both countries on trade, migration, agriculture, industry, finance, & security issues. $15.00

2758., Rickard, T.A. JOURNEYS OF OBSERVATION. San Francisco, Dewey Publishing, 1907. 8vo. 255+130pp . Hinges starting, boards badly worn, foxing, intact working copy. Two studies, "Among the Mines of Mexico" & "Across the San Juan Mountains", mining explorations in Mexico & the US southwest. $95.00

2934., Ridley, Jasper. MAXIMILIAN AND JUAREZ. New York, Ticknor & Fields, 1992. 1st edition. 8vo. 353pp . About fine in dust jacket. Bibliography. The British biographer tells the story of one of the most comic tragedies of world history, the Austrian emperor of Mexico. $15.00

708., Rigdon, Susan M. THE CULTURAL FACADE: ART, SCIENCE, AND POLITICS IN THE WORK OF OSCAR LEWIS. Urbana, University of Illinois, 1988. 1st edition. 8vo. 319pp . About fine in dust jacket. The co-author of the Cuban studies provides an intellectual history of Lewis' work in Mexico, Puerto Rico & Cuba. $12.50

1010., Rink, Paul. WARRIOR PRIESTS AND TYRANT KINGS: THE BEGINNINGS OF MEXICAN INDEPENDENCE. Garden City, Doubleday, 1976. 1st edition. Small 8vo. 185pp . Near fine in price clipped dust jacket. A well written, well researched, juvenile history of the work of Padre Hidalgo & the Mexican independence struggle. $12.50

1526., Rios Meneses, Miriam Beatriz. THE MAYAS AND THEIR CULTURE. Merida, Gobierno del Estado, 1975. 1st edition. 8vo. 39pp . Lightly soiled, very good; paperback. Bibliography, 18 figures. Reflections of ancient culture in modern Mayan life. $17.50

193., Rivera, Juan Antonio. DIARY OF PADRE JUAN ANTONIO RIVERA: COVERING ... 1676 TO 1696 .... Washington DC, Union of American Republics, 1927. Small 8vo. 9pp . Ex-library, else very good; staple bound paperback. The chaplain of a Mexico City hospital records earthquakes, fire & flood, pirate attacks, strike, revolts & auto de fe. $15.00

2032., Riviere d'Arc, Helene. GUADALAJARA Y SU REGION. Mexico, SepSetentas, 1973. 1st Mexican edition. 16mo. 231pp . Lightly rubbed, very good; paperback. In Spanish. An examination of the rapid growth of Guadalajara and the effects on the populace & environment. $15.00

18., Robinson, Henry Morton. STOUT CORTEZ: A BIOGRAPHY OF THE SPANISH CONQUEST. New York, Century, 1931. 1st edition. 8vo. 347pp . Veru light edgewear, near fine in clightly chipped dust jacket. Endpaper maps, 15 plates, map. A very readable, popularized biography, not always accurate but always entertaining. $20.00