{ SOURCES OF ILLUSTRATIONS}
I.
"Las Cadenas en una noche de luna," drawing by Casimiro Castro, in Mexico y sus
alredeoores: coleccirin de vistas monumentales, paisajes, y trajes del pais, rev. ed. (Mexico
City, 1869). Reprinted courtesy of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library,
Yale University.
2. AGN,
Bandos, vol.
10,
expo 18. Reprinted courtesy of the Archivo General de la Na-
cion, Mexico.
3. Lithograph by Claudio Linati, in Costumes et Moeun de Mexique (London, 1830),
pI. 16. Reprinted courtesy of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale
University.
4. Lithograph by Claudio Linati, in Costumes et Moeurs de Mexique (London, 1830),
pI. 31. Reprinted courtesy of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale
University.
5. "Trajes mexicanos," drawing by Casimiro Castro, in Mexico y sus alrededores: colec-
cion de vistas monumentales, paisajes,y trajes del pais, rev. ed. (Mexico City, 1869). Re-
printed courtesy of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale Univer-
sity.
6. Oil painting reproduced in Romulo Velasco Ceballos, El nino mexicano ante la caridad
y el estado (Mexico City, 1935). Reprinted courtesy of the Library of Congress.
7. Illustration in Martiniano Alfaro, Resena historico-descriptiva del anti guo Hospicio de
Mexico (Mexico City, 1906). Reprinted courtesy of the Tulane University Library.
8. Poor House Building, Exterior: Illustration in Manuel Rivera Cambas, Mexico pin-
toresco, artistico y monumental (Mexico City, 1880). Reprinted courtesy of the Yale
University Library.
9. ''Antiguo Hospicio, Altar Mayor de la Capilla," photograph in Martiniano Alfaro,
Reseiia historico-descriptiva del antiguo Hospicio de Mexico (Mexico City, 1906). Re-
printed courtesy of the General Research Division, New York Public Library, Astor,
Lenox, and Tilden Foundations.
10.
"Nuestra Senora de la Caridad," drawing in Francisco de Ajofrfn, Diario del viaje que
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