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Mexican Calendar Girls the golden age of calendar art: A wonderful history and pictures book by the author Angela Villalba

Miguel Covarrubias Mexico Travel Poster

Mexican womanåÊin traditional dress holding a bowl of fruit in a tropical setting. Published in Mexico City, Direccion General de Turismo in 1951 as a color lithograph at 69 x 47 cm.

Brush up on interesting Cinco de Mayo trivia while you plan a festive party for your friends & family. Don't forget to send classy invites from PurpleTrail.

Cinco de Mayo is the most misunderstood holiday. Not just an excuse for a party, but a reason to celebrate the relationship between two neighbors.

Mazahua Women Mexico by Teyacapan, via Flickr These are the traditionally…

Mazahua Women Mexico These are the traditionally accepted costumes or dresses of the various regions of Mexico from generations past up to currently - for more of Mexico visit www.

"La Soldadera" 11x17 Cine Mexicano Poster Art Print featuring Lisa LovePhoto by Chris Gomez Hair by Anthony Medina Jr. Poster Art by Santiago Pin-upsShips in poster tube via U...

La Soldadera : Lisa Love Poster

“La Soldadera” Cine Mexicano style poster art collaboration with Photographed by Chris Gomez. Prints available at Lisa Love’s booth at this years Viva Las Vegas Rockabilly Weekend.

vintage everyday: 60 Beautiful Vintage Travel Posters Around the World From Between the 1920s and 1940s

vintage everyday: 60 Beautiful Vintage Travel Posters Around the World From Between the 1920s and 1940s

Mexico Tourism Advertising Poster Art Natives w/ Baskets Postcard myn

Mexico Tourism Advertising Poster Art Natives w/ Baskets Postcard myn

When travel was by train or ship - not by airplane - advertising postcards for travel excursions reached an artistic height with in.

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Mexican Calendar Girls the golden age of calendar art: wonderful history and pictures book by the author Angela Villalba.

Mexico Culture, Mexico Art, Viva Mexico, Beautiful Costumes, Folk Costume, Jalisco Mexico, Jarabe Tapatio, Patricia Gonzalez, Guanajuato

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