Mexico D.F.: Avante, 1926. Original Edition. Softcover. Good- (clean, unmarked copy but with wear to cover; first signature is detached and laid in; college ex-lib. copy with usual marks a bit fragile.). Tan/red/black illustrated cover (front only; back missing) and spine. Yapped edges. 220 pp. with bw illustrations throughout, including 2 folding plates. Text in Spanish. A volume about the massive murals of Jose Clemente Orozco, Diego Rivera, and Dr. Atl (Gerardo Murillo Cornado), along with numerous reproduction images and many photographs of prominent representatives of the Mexican Revolution. On the front cover (in Spanish): "Revolution is the law of the people's movement." - Tranquilino Torres. Rosendo Salazar Álamo (the author) was an ideologue, journalist, writer, and promoter of the labor and trade union movements. In 1915, he supported the constitutionalist revolution. He also was a member of the League of American Writers. (Inventory #: 159255)
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