Railroad Radicals in Cold War Mexico: Gender, Class, and Memory

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Mexico

Archivo General de La Nación (AGN), Mexico City: Dirección Federal de Seguridad; Fototeca, Colección Hermanos Mayo; Hemeroteca; Ramos Presidentes

Archivo Estatal de San Luis Potosí, San Luis Potosí: Fondo Ferrocarriles

Archivo Municipal de Puebla, Puebla

Biblioteca de Mexico, Mexico City

Biblioteca Miguel Lerdo de Tejada, Mexico City: Hemeroteca

Centro de Documentación y Investigación Ferroviarias (CEDIF), Puebla: Biblioteca; Colección de Figuras Prominentes; Consejo Consultivo de los Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México; Expedientes de Trabajadores; Fototeca; Mapoteca

Archivo de la Palabra, Instituto de Investigaciones, Dr. José María Luis Mora, Mexico City

Interview of José Luna Lara, by Alexis Arroyo, March 1916.

Private Collection, Elena Poniatowska, Mexico City.

Private Collection, Dr. Gloria Tirado, Puebla.

Universidad Nactional Autómoma de Mexico, Mexico City: Hemeroteca

Benemérita Universidad Autómoma de Puebla, Puebla: Biblioteca


United States

Alexander Library, Rutgers University: Robert Alexander Collection

Firestone Library, Princeton University

New York Public Library

Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Columbia University: Mexican Communist Party Collection

National Archives at College Park Maryland: Record Group 59


Published Works

Adler, Ruth. “La administración obrera en los Ferrocarriles Nacionales de México.” Revista Mexicana de Sociología 50, no. 3 (1988): 97–124.

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