Bibliographic Details

Revolutionary Mexico in newspapers, 1900-1929.

Imprint Austin, Tex. : Filmed by Southwest Micropublishing, El Paso, TX, on behalf of the Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection, General Libraries, University of Texas at Austin, 2002-
Subject Mexican newspapers.
Mexico -- History -- 1867-1910 -- Newspapers.
Mexico -- History -- Revolution, 1910-1920 -- Newspapers.
Mexico -- History -- 1910-1946 -- Newspapers.
Format Microform, Print, Journal
Local Note To locate the record for a specific title included as part of this set, and held by Regenstein Library, conduct a search in one of the catalog's Title indexes.
Individual titles included as part of this microfilm set which were processed before September 2004 are classified at call number F1234.R492. Titles which were processed after August 2004 are classified separately with call numbers beginning AN57.M4. For a reel by reel listing of titles in this set, conduct a search by those two call numbers in the Call Number index.
URL for this record http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/4893481
Related ItemsRelated title: guide to the microfilm set Revolutionary Mexico in newspapers, 1900-1929 :
Note: Individual titles of this collection of newspapers are listed in the "Revolutionary Mexico in newspaper, 1900-1929, guide to the microfilm set" which is available in paper at call no. F1234.R492 2002a and online via the World Wide Web.
Notes Individual titles of this collection of newspapers are listed in the "Revolutionary Mexico in newspaper, 1900-1929, guide to the microfilm set" which is available in paper at call no. F1234.R492 2002a and online via the World Wide Web.
Summary The University of Texas at Austin General Libraries and its Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection have preserved on microfilm 227,930 pages from 560 Mexican newspaper titles which date primarily from 1900 to 1929. The majority of the newspapers (326, 58.2%) were published in the Distrito Federal; but a substantial number (234, 41.8%) were published in Mexican cities from twenty-eight states. Of particular interest are the titles that were published during the pivotal decade of the Mexican Revolution, 1910 through 1919, many of which are from cities other than Mexico City.