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Postcards from the Sonora border : visualizing place through a popular lens, 1900s-1950s / Daniel D. Arreola.

By: Arreola, Daniel D. (Daniel David), 1950-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Tucson: University of Arizona Press, 2017Description: 1 online resource (xvii, 271 pages) : illustrations, maps.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 0816536198; 9780816536191.DDC classification: 306.7 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Part 1. Places and Postcards. Sonora Border Towns -- Postcards -- Part 2. Visualizing and Narrating Place. Agua Prieta -- Naco -- Nogales -- Sonoyta -- San Luis Río Colorado -- Part 3. Sonora Border Revisited. Seeing Place Through a Popular Lens.
Summary: "Postcards from the Sonora Border: Visualizing Place through a Popular Lens, 1900s-1950s examines the urban landscapes of Mexican border cities through picture postcards. This volume aims to capture the evolution of Sonora border towns over time, and create a sense of visual "time travel" for the reader by relying on Arreola's personal collection of postcards"--Provided by publisher.
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Part 1. Places and Postcards. Sonora Border Towns -- Postcards -- Part 2. Visualizing and Narrating Place. Agua Prieta -- Naco -- Nogales -- Sonoyta -- San Luis Río Colorado -- Part 3. Sonora Border Revisited. Seeing Place Through a Popular Lens.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

"Postcards from the Sonora Border: Visualizing Place through a Popular Lens, 1900s-1950s examines the urban landscapes of Mexican border cities through picture postcards. This volume aims to capture the evolution of Sonora border towns over time, and create a sense of visual "time travel" for the reader by relying on Arreola's personal collection of postcards"--Provided by publisher.

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