Album Conmemorativo del Sesquicentenario del Estado de Queretaro 1824-1974 [LIMITED EDITION] [SIGNED BY ANTONIO CALZADA URQUIZA]  
  Edicion preparada por los Senores Lic. Fernando Diaz Ramirez, Lic. Fernando Diaz Reyes Retana y Lic. Manuel Septien Septien.  

Place of Publication Queretaro, Mexico
Publication Name Ediciones del Gobierno del Estado
Year 1974
Language(s) Spanish
LIMITED EDITION OF 2000 COPIES - COPY No.201. SIGNED WITH DEDICATION BY ANTONIO CALZADA URQUIZA (b.1931) - a Mexican architect and politician, member of the Institutional Revolutionary Party who also served as mayor of the city of Queretaro from 1970 to 1973 and as governor of Queretaro state from 1973 to 1979. This book is a commemoration volume published by the government of the Mexican federal state Queretaro on the occasion of the 150th anniversary of Queretaro. The book was designed with a beautiful layout and includes numerous photographs that mainly depict people, objects and documents, all of which are connected to the state`s history, as well as an article on the history of Queretaro. 285x218. 38 pages & approx. 150 unpaginated plates showing the photographs. Black leather Hardcover with gilt lettering on front. Endpapers marbled. Includes book mark ribbon. Cover lightly scratched. Cover edges slightly worn. Cover corners slightly bumped and worn. Spine and rear hinge faded. Spine edges slightly bumped. Spine upper edge slightly peeling. Pages slightly yellowing and wavy. [SUMMARY]: This extremely rare and beautiful book, signed by an eminent Mexican politician, is in good condition.
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