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1843. "Labná, South Front of Principle Building / F. Catherwood Del., Jordan & Halpin Sc."
Scanned from Stephens and Catherwood, Incidents of Travel in Yucatan, 1843, 1847 printing (Vol.II, 18 inch foldout frontispiece). Closely based on Catherwood’s 1841-42 on-site drawing.


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Mexico City, Monument to Cuauhtémoc and Cuitláhuac
Collection: A. D. White Architectural Photographs, Cornell University Library
Sculptor: Miguel Noreña (Mexican, 1843-1894)
Publisher: Claudio Pellandini
Photographer: Abel Briquet (French, 1854-1896)
Sculpture Date: 1887
Photograph date: ca. 1887-ca. 1895


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Collection: A. D. White Architectural Photographs, Cornell University Library
Accession Number: 15/5/3090.00708
Title: Veracruz HarborPublisher: Claudio Pellandini
Photographer: Abel Briquet (French, 1854-1896)
Photograph date: ca. 1885-ca. 1895


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I think he means illustrations of Pre-Columbian cities made by Europeans.
 

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I guess not, that map/painting of Tenochtitlan (Mexico-Tenochtitlan) is the only one i know of, Europeans came to MesoAmerica when it was at a dark age, so almost all cities were already in ruin.
 

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