RÉGIMEN HOSPITALARIO PARA LOS INDIOS EN LA NUEVA ESPAÑA.
Venegas Ramírez, Carmen.
México: Secretaría de Educación Pública/INAH: Departamento de Investigaciones Históricas, 1973. First edition 223p., photo plates, illus., tables, plans, bibl., wrps (pages yellowing, medium wear to edges of front and back covers) Very Good Paperback Examines the construction of a hospital system for indigenous Mexicans by Spanish Friars during the Colonial Era. Photos of and plans of the Hospital Real de los Indios and its cathedral; Ruins of the Hospital of Oaxtepec, Morelos; Hospital of Uruapan; and the chapel of the Santa Fe Hospital, among other monuments glossy coated stock. Includes a Colonial Era painting depicting the founder of the Hospital of Uruapan, Friar Juan de San Miguel. Numbered copy: 1,672 (Item ID: 22823)