John W. F. Dulles Papers Relating to Mexico 1798-1961 (bulk 1950-1959)
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Mining engineer, historian, author, professor. Born 1913 in Auburn, New York. Dulles received degrees from Princeton University, Harvard Business School, and the University of Arizona. He held engineering and executive positions with Mexican and Brazilian mining companies, spending 17 years as a resident of Mexico; served the University of Texas as assistant director of the International Center, adviser on international programs for the UT system, and professor of Latin American Studies; and als...
Álvaro Obregón (b. Feb. 19, 1880, Navojoa, Sonora, Mexico–d. July 17, 1928, Mexico City, Mexico) was a Mexican general and later President of Mexico. As a child he worked on his family farm and later became a successful chickpea farmer and inventor. In 1912, Obregón joined the Fourth Irregular Battalion of Sonora, organized under the command of General Sanginés to oppose Pascual Orozco's revolt and rose up the ranks; by 1913 the entire area of Northwestern Mexico under Obregón's command. Obreg...
Edward Seccomb Wallace is the author of several books including The Great Reconnaissance and with Major General John K. Herr, The Story of the U.S. Cavalry. Mr. Wallace resided in Connecticut. From the guide to the Edward S. Wallace collection MC152., 1823-1846, 1961, (Bulk: 1824-1830), (Albert and Ethel Herzstein Library, ) Author of works on the United States western frontier. From the description of Wallace, Edward S., papers, 1957. (University of Texas Librar...