Three of these wonderful old photo postcards are of Cuernavaca by the famous Yanez Fotografica studio, which photographed Mexico from around 1900 until circa 1930. They are in very good unused condition with fairly crisp corners.
The vertical one of three Mexicans and two burros with El Popocatepetl Volcano in the background says Kodak Mexicana LTD on the back and is also in very good unsent condition with fairly crisp corners.
The one of the formerly lovely and popular tourist attraction near Mexico City, Xochimilco, is by famed Desentis Jr. and is circa 1940. It is also unsent but someone has written in red on the back "Mexico life." It is in otherwise very good condition with fairly crisp corners.
Finally we have a sent, postmarked, stamped (date unreadable) postcard from Tamazunchale, Mexico with a boy and thatched roof houses. Tamazunchale is in the Mexican state of San Luis Potosi. It is also in good condition
All of the wonderful old postcards showing a idyllic past in Mexico are 5.5" by 3.5".
Item ID: 579
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