New Mexican Cabinet: Dominquez, Estanol, Sodi, Marroquin (LOC)
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New Mexican Cabinet: Dominquez, Estanol, Sodi, Marroquin
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Photograph exhibits the cabinet appointed by Mexican president Porfirio Diaz (1830-1915) in 1911, in the course of the Mexican Revolution. Shown are Norberto Dominguez, Jorge Vera Estanol, Demetrio Sodi, and Manuel Marroquin y Rivera. (Source: Flickr Commons project, 2011)
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