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El Universal Ilustrado was a Mexican weekly illustrated literary magazine of the 1920s which published works from experimental writers and artists. The magazine was published in Mexico City between 1917 and 1928. A cultural supplement to El Universal, the magazine was first published in 1917, and was considered one of Mexico City's most prominent journals. The owner of the magazine was Félix Palavicini.
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Publisher: Newberry Library (1996).
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Mexico illustrated in twenty-six drawings: with descriptive letterpress, in English . Advertisements for books by Vernor and Hood follow the poem; the volume is printed on wove paper with watermark date of 1798.
Mexico illustrated in twenty-six drawings: with descriptive letterpress, in English and Spanish. London: E. Atchley, 1848. Folio extra (51 cm; 2. "). The views begin along the Caribbean coast, move inland to Mexico City, then north, and then back to the Gulf Coast. Scenes include Campeche, Jalapa, Orizaba, Perote, Puebla, Popocatepetl, the Valley of Mexico, the Cathedral of Mexico, Veracruz, Zacatecas, a battle scene of Chapultec Castle, el Paseo, and several others.