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Letter from Alfonso De la Torre to his father, Ignacio De la Torre Berumen, about reprisals taken against their tannery business due to the family's relationship with Sonora's clergy and the common assumption that Bishop Juan Navarrete was its real…

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Letter from Benjamin De la Torre to his mother, María Uribarren, in which he describes his arrival at Aguascalientes, the family tensions that his presence has brought on given his Cristero brother's situation, as well as his work and distance…

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Letter from Benjamin De la Torre to his sister, María de la Torre, in which he describes the working conditions and his relationships with workers in the chrome tannery in Guaymas, Sonora

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Letter from Benjamin De la Torre to his sister Maria De la Torre where he describes his work at the chrome tanery in Guaymas, Sonora and his relationship with the workers.

Carta de Benjamín De la Torre a su hermana María De la Torre donde relata…

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Letter from Benjamin De la Torre to his mother, María Uribarren, concerning the war's impact on the chrome tannery in Guaymas, Sonora

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Letter from Benjamin De la Torre to his mother, María Uribarren, about the upcoming inauguration of the chrome tannery and his progress in chemistry.

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Letter from Benjamin De la Torre to his father, Ignacio De la Torre, in which he informs him about the tannery's liquidation in Navojoa and the business prospects for trading oil with his brother Luis, among other topics

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Letter from Benjamin De la Torre to his father, Ignacio De la Torre Berumen, in which he discusses new business prospects and the impact the U.S. victory in war has had on the economy

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Accounting from Benjamin De la Torre’s oil sulfating company

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Letter from Francisco De la Torre to his sister, María De la Torre, in which he narrates his trip to Hermosillo via the U.S. and discusses some issues regarding the piano used by María

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Letter from Francisco De la Torre to his mother, María Uribarren, in which he narrates his trip to Nogales and Tucson, Arizona

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Keepsake from Lupe and Josefina’s first communion, Edmundo De la Torre’s daughters, whose mass was officiated by Father Francisco De la Torre. The De la Torre priests played a special role in the family's religious events

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María De la Torre (right) photographed in her youth, wearing glasses, standing, embracing a female friend (unknown name)

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Photograph of María De la Torre Uribarren at the piano, wearing glasses, taken in her adult years

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Photographic portrait of Benjamín De la Torre Uribarren in his youth

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Photographic portrait of Carlos De la Torre in his youth

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Group portrait of Edmundo de la Torre with five of his kids

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Photographic portrait of Francisco De la Torre in his youth

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Group portrait of the de la Torre siblings: Ignacio, María, Francisco, Alfonso, Luis, Edmundo and Carlos

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Photographic portrait of Ignacio De la Torre in his youth
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