AQUILES SERDAN. (18 de noviembre de 1910)
Velasco Ceballos, R.

Mexico: Talleres Graficos de la Nacion (Episodios de la Revvolucion e 1910, Cuaderno No. 1), 1933. 2nd ed. 30 p., illus., wrps., wraps sligthly rubbed, pages evenly toned, some chipping, otherwise a good copy Good Staplebound Wraps Biography of Aquiles Serdan, an anti-Porfirian revolutionary who was killed (along with several of his family members) in the early days of the 1910 Mexican Revolution. This biography provides information on his contributions to revolutionary efforts, written a little over a decade after the close of the conflict. Illustrations by Fernando Leal. Seven holdings listed on worldcat. (Item ID: 166833)


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