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Mexico City?: Imprenta de Antonio Vanegas Arroy, 1912. 1 sheet (1 unnumbered page) : portrait ; 30 x 21 cm. Woodcut illustration attributed to José Guadalupe Posada, a Mexican engraver and illustrator best known for his works called Calaveras, which used skeletons as a motif to satirize the life of upper classes during the reign of Porfirio Diaz. For a short while, he worked at Antonio Venegas Arroyo’s studio. Broadside of verse in which Sargent Ignacio Jimenez bids farewell to his family while awaiting execution. Jimenez was found guilty killing his superior officer Captain Ponce de León. He regrets the killing and urges others to not commit such an act.
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Jimenez, Ignacio -- Trials, litigation, etc.
Jiménez, Ignacio, "Lamentos del Sargento Ignacio Jimenez: sentenciado a la ultima pena." (1912). American Trials. 23.