Mexico: Government and Revolution Links
General links via Library of Congress:

Portrait of Porfirio Díaz:
• Images of Mexico during the Carranza revolution against Huerta’s government (LOT 9563-16)!=coll&sg=true&st=gallery

El Presidente Álvaro Obregón:
“Rebel Soldiers, Chihuahua, Mexico,” 1910–1920s:
Diego Rivera, The Uprising (El levantamiento, 1931)—mural depicting historical class struggles in Mexico:
Mexico: Neighbor to the North Links
• General images from Library of Congress:
U.S. Army soldiers and Mexican soldiers guarding the international border (International Street) at Nogales, Arizona, and Nogales, Sonora, during the Mexican Revolution (1910–1920):
U.S. troops guarding the U.S./Mexico border in Naco, Arizona (1910–1929):
U.S. and Mexico state line (1915) Getty Research Library:
Mexico: Rich versus Poor
Newsboys sleep in the street, Mexico City, 1923:
• Picture of working family in Mexico, 1913:

[Use with credit line] From the Robert Runyon Photograph Collection [image number 00048], courtesy of the Center for American History, the University of Texas at Austin.
Diego Rivera, //Sugar Plantation// (Plantacíon de cañas de azúcar, 1931)—mural depicting landowner and workers (1920s Mexico):
Diego Rivera, //The Exploiters// (Los explotadores, 1926)—depicts unequal relationship between Mexican field workers and wealthy landowners:
“Typical Mexican Home and Family” pre-1920 (postcard):
“Mexican Family Cooking Food Outdoors on Ground by Train Tracks” circa 1920: