Amero, Emilio; Francisco Gutierrez, Arguelles Bringas, et al. (illus).
Mexico D. F. (Mexico City) Mexico. D. A. P. P., 04- 1938.
Magazine, color pictorial covers, 13 1/4 x 8 3/4 inches, illustrated throughout in color and black and white, unpaginated (32 pp). Bumping and soft crease to lower right corner, some spotting to front cover particularly at upper right edge; interior clean. Cover art from a watercolor by Emilio Amero. A most interesting and uncommon depression-era magazine issued shortly after the March 1938 nationalization of the Mexican oil industry. Articles include The Recently Discovered Malinalco Ruins; Mexican Books of the XVI Century; The Painter Arguelles Bringas (with illustration in color); American Interests in Mexico and The Oil Industry in Mexico (March 1938 expropriation of certain foreign interests in oil industry for public utility in favor of the nation); the Iturbide Palace; Oaxacan Pottery (illustrated); Francisco Guitierrez, A New Painter; Cuernavaca (photographic illustrations); and more. Item #51132