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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents Note

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Financial Transactions, Texas and Northern Mexico, 1913-1916

The Benson Latin American Collection

Guide to the Lázaro de la Garza Archive

Part III: Financial Transactions, Texas and Northern Mexico, 1913-1916



Collection Summary

Creator:Garza, Lázaro de la
Title:Lázaro de la Garza Archive
Dates:1905-1939 (bulk 1913-1920)
Abstract:Letters, telegrams, financial documents and other records of Lázaro de la Garza relate to the financial affairs of Francisco "Pancho" Villa and the business affairs of L. de la Garza Co., Inc. This page presents Part Three of six in the online version of the calendar.
Accession No.
OCLC Record No. 32814426
Extent:2.3 linear ft.
Language:Spanish
RepositoryBenson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Born in Laredo, Texas. De la Garza served as financial agent for Francisco (Pancho) Villa. Named Agente Financiero de la Division del Norte in Oct. 1913, he served as president of the Banco del Estado de Chihuahua, created by General Villa in Dec. 1913, and was director of the Comisión de la Hacienda in Torreón. He was also president of L. de la Garza & Co., Inc., an import, export and commission business organized in New York in 1915; other officers were Rafael L. Hernández and José F. Farías. De la Garza left Mexico in 1914 and moved to Los Angeles, California.

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Scope and Contents Note

Letters, telegrams, financial documents, etc. pertaining to de la Garza's association with Pancho Villa and to the Mexican Revolution in northern Mexico. Materials relate to financial affairs of the Villa movement and to business affairs of L. de la Garza & Co., Inc. Financial documents such as transfers of funds, printing of currency, and payments for purchases illustrate the logistics of Villa's campaign through references to orders for and delivery of supplies, munitions, equipment, and by mentions of military operations and plans. Items concerning L. de la Garza & Co. reflect involvement in munitions. Primary correspondents are Pancho Villa, Felix A. Sommerfeld, and Raymundo E. Navarro; others include Servando C. de la Garza and José Garza Zertuche. Corporate entities include the Comisión de la Hacienda, Agencia Commercial y Financiera del Cuerpo de Ejercito del Norte, Banco del Estado de Chihuahua, Rio Grande Valley Bank and Trust Co., American Bank Note Company, Western Cartridge Company, J.P. Morgan & Co., and Manoil and Rhein. Correspondence relating to de la Garza's personal affairs and mining interests and documents relating to lawsuits involving Hipólito Villa, Alberto Madero, John E. Orfila, A.G. Orfila, and J.E. Garrett.

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Arrangement

Organized into nine series: I. Villa Correspondence, 1913-1919. II. New York Financial Transactions, 1914-1918, III. Financial Transactions, Texas and Northern Mexico, 1913-1916. IV. Currency Transactions, 1913-1915. V. Munitions and Uniforms Transactions, 1914-1916. VI. R.E. Navarro Correspondence, 1914-1918. VII. Orfila-Garrett Lawsuit, 1914-1917. VIII. Lazaro de la Garza Co. Correspondence, 1914-1939. IX. Personal Correspondence, 1905-1938.
In Spanish and English.
The electronic version of this guide has been divided into six parts, of which the current page is Part III. The other parts of the guide may be found through the links below:

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Restrictions

Restrictions on Access

Unrestricted

Restrictions on Use

Reproduction of some materials may be limited due to preservation concerns. Standard copyright restrictions apply.

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Index Terms

The Lázaro de la Garza Papers are classified under the following Subject Headings in the University of Texas General Libraries' catalog:
Garza, Lázaro de la--Archives.
Villa, Pancho, 1878-1923
Hernández, Rafael L.
Farías, José F.
Navarro, Raymundo E.
Sommerfeld, Felix A.
Garza, Servando C. de la.
Garza Zertuche, José.
Villa, Hipólito.
Madero, Alberto.
Orfila, A.G.
Orfila, John E.
Garrett, J. E.
L. de la Garza & Co., Inc.
Torreón (Coahuila, Mexico). Comisión de la Hacienda.
Mexico. Ejercito del Norte. Agencia Comercial y Financiera
Banco del Estado de Chihuahua.
Rio Grande Valley Bank and Trust Co.
American Bank Note Company
Western Cartridge Company
J.P. Morgan & Co.
Manoil and Rhein.
Mexico--Politics and government--1910-1946
Mexico--History--1910-1946
Government, Resistance to--Mexico.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: Lázaro de la Garza Archive, Benson Latin American Collection, General Libraries, The University of Texas at Austin.

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Inventory

 

Financial Transactions, Texas and Northern Mexico, 1913-1916

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Wallet 3
AComisión de la Hacienda, Torreón: October 3-November 10, 1913.
A1.
Memo from la Comisión announcing a meeting ordered by Villa. 1913, October 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Torreón.
A2.
Circular issued by la Comisión. 1913, October 5:
Extent 1l. Printed.
[Announcing that the Constitutionalist army is calling for a mandatory loan of 3,000,000 pesos from the people.] Torreón.
A3.
List of merchandise delivered by Ruiz Hermanos, by order of Generals Villa and Urbina. 1913, October 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Torreón.
A4.
Notice of receipt of 410 pesos by Brigada Madero from the Pagaduria General del Cuartel General. 1913, October 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
C. Lerdo.
A5.
Notice of receipt of 425 pesos by Brigada Madero from the Pagaduria General del Cuartel General. 1913, October 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
C. Lerdo.
A6.
Notice of receipt of 3,000 pesos by Severino Ceniceros from Sr. Ing. F. Villarreal. 1913, October 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Torreón.
A7.
Notice of receipt of 460 pesos by Brigada Madero from the Pagaduria General del Cuartel General. 1913, October 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
C. Lerdo.
A8.
Telegram from F. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, October 10:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Saying that he will follow instructions and that a train of Americans passed through Hipolito.]
A9.
Letter from F. Pescador, Superintendent of Ferrecarriles Nacionales de Mexico, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, and Bruno Medina, Torreón. 1913, October 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning payment of workers repairing telegraph lines.]
A10.
Letter from Testamentaria de Jose Goodman, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, October 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning payment of a bill for merchandise ordered by Villa, with reference to Carothers.]
A11.
Telegram from F. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, October 23:
Extent 6l. Handwritten.
[Informing him that the train of scouts has not been forced to return, despite the presence of the enemy in Hipolito.]
A12.
Telegram from F. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, October 24:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Giving news of the scouting train, with a reference to General Aguilar and mentioning Tizoc and Torreón.]
A13.
Telegram from F. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, October 24:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Giving the situation of the scouting train with references to Luis Gutierrez and General García, and mentioning the towns Madero, Tizoc, and Hipolito.]
A14.
Telegram from Juan E. García, Madero, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, October 24:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the operation in Hipolito and a meeting with Coronel Gutierrez in San Carlos.]
A??? ???
A16.
Memorandum issued by Calixto Contreras, Torreón. 1913, October 27:
Extent 3l. Typed.
[Announcing the amount of money demanded by Villa and the Comisión de la Hacienda from the commercial establishments listed.]
A17.
Letter from F. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, October 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Introducing Jesus Corral, F. Domene, Geronimo Berlanga, F. Medellin and F. E. Corral, who have come to request funds.]
A18.
Telegram from F. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, October 27:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning exchanges of gunfire with the Federales in Tizoc, with a reference to Gral. García.]
A19.
Telegram from F. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, ?:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning collection of thewar tax.]
A20.
Telegram from F. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1913, October 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the critical situation of Jesus Mier Guajardo.]
A21.
Telegram from Juan García, Madero, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, October 28:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Saying that he has contacted de los Santos about the debt of San Pedro.]
A22.
Telegram from Severino Cerniceros, Torreón, to los Comisionados de Hacienda, Torreón. 1913, October 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning wages for the Hospital de la Cruz Roja of which Dr. Samuel Silva is in charge.]
A23.
Telegram from J. N. Medina, Ortiz, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, October 30:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the enemy camp in Hipolito and the forces under Robles, and asking for news of Zacatecas and Aguascalientes.]
A24.
skipped.
A25.
Telegram from Juan García, Cd. Lerdo, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, October 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money for the troops.]
A26.
Telegram from Juan García, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 1:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning carloads of maize and the enforcement of the war tax.]
A27.
Telegram from Juan García, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 1:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning carloads of coal.]
A28.
Memorandum issued by Calixto Contreras, Torreón. 1913, November 2:
Extent 5l. Typed.
[Extending the due date of the wartax imposed by Villa, with a list of persons who have partially fulfilled their quota and lists of merchants.]
A29.
Telegram from Pastor Rouaix, Durango, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 2:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning troops commanded by Carrillo y Najera, Cervantes and Reyes, and the Huertistas.]
A30.
Letter from G. C. Carothers, Mexico, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that it is impossible for him to come to the border, that Jose Coeto will manage affairs in la Laguna, that Jorge Traad will represent him until his return, and mentioning the shortage of money.]
A31.
Letter from Miguel Torres, Cd. Lerdo, to José Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 3:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the exchange of bullion for checks.]
A32.
Letter from Máximo Garcia, Cd. Lerdo, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the exchange of money for checks.]
A33.
skipped
A34.
Telegram from J. E. Garcia, Campamento, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 4:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning a meeting with Luis Gutierrez and asking for funds.]
A35.
Telegram from J. E. Garcia, Campamento Venus, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 5:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Saying that there is nothing new.]
A36.
Telegram from J. I. Robles, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 5:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning General Benito Garcia and asking for maize.]
A37.
Telegram from J. I. Robles, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 5:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning movements of the troops and asking for cattle.]
A38.
Telegram from F. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, Novebmer 5:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking for a list of the taxes placed on farmers.]
A39.
Telegram from J. N. Medina, Mapula, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 5:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning bankers.]
A40.
no place: no date,
Extent 7l. Handwritten.
[Notes concerning troops under the command of Generals Eulalio Gutierrez and Cepeda and Coronels L. Gutierrez, Lopez Ortiz and Argumedo, with respect to the Federales in Brisa, Letona and Hipolito.]
A41.
Letter from T. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Introducing C. Julio Aviña who is delivering el Corte de Caja and other information about the move ment of funds.]
A42.
Letter from Maximo García, Cd. Lerdo, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Stating the exchange of money for checks by Clauco J. Martinez and C. Juan Pablo Extrada.]
A43.
Telegram from Pastor Rouaix, Durango, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the evacuation of Jerez and???
A44.
Telegram from J. E. García, Campamento, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 7:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Concerning military trains in Brisa, Letona, Pomona, and San Pedro, with a reference to Gral. Robles.]
A45.
Telegram from J. I. Robles, Estación, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 7:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Announcing the time of his arrival.]
A46.
Telegram from F. N. Puente, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to arrange the payment of the telegraph line repairmen.]
A47.
Letter from Felipe Pescador, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for his credentials.]
A48.
Letter from Severino Ceniceros, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning carloads of maize.]
A49.
Telegram from J. I. Robles, no place, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 10:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the mobilization of forces under Robles and Cepeda, with references to Villa and Argumedo.]
A50.
Telegram from J. I. Robles, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 10:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning information from General Gutierrez that more federal troops have arrived for General Cepeda.]
A51.
Telegram from José D. Covarrubias, Goteras, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 10:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning difficulty in breaking codes.]
BComisión de la Hacienda, Torreón: November 12-December, 1913.
B1.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to General J. Isabel Robles, no place. 1913, November 12:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking about his state of affairs and informing him operations of troops under Villa, Carranza, Angeles, Riveras, Iturbe, and Mariano Arrieta in Pazuengo, Mazatlan, Saltillo and Culiacán.]
B2.
Typed copy of #1. 1913, November 12:
B3.
Telegram from J. I. Robles, Marte, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 12:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Saying that part of the detachment sent to besiege General Cepeda surrendered, and discussing future plans, including an attack on Monterrey and Saltillo.]
B4.
Telegram from J. I. Robles, Marte, to Calixto Contreras, Torreón. 1913, November 12:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the enemy under General Cepeda in Guadalupe, Parras and Brisa.]
B5.
Letter from from M. Chao, Ortiz, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Introducing Pablo Alvarez who has come to demand money.]
B6.
Letter from el Presidente Municipal, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking to borrow his automobile.]
B7.
??? 1913, November 14:
B8.
Telegram from Jose Garza, Jimenez, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 14:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
["Foster y yo seguiremos norte primer tren no necesario vengan Victoriano y Ernesto."]
B9.
Telegram from E. de la Peña, Jimenez, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 15:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
["Hoy en tren de dos tarde salimos a esa."]
B10.
Telegram from Manuel Acosta, Marte, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 15:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Asking for money for troops left behind by Generals Robles and García.]
B11.
Telegram from Manuel Acosta, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, no place. 1913, November 27 (?):
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Announcing the death of General García at Madero.]
B12.
no place: no date,
Extent 7l. Handwritten.
[Notes concerning care of the wounded and asking for more men, water and coal.]
B13.
Letter from Anaclito J. Girón, C. Camargo, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Telling him to give Toribio Astorga money to pay employees of the railroad by order of Villa.]
B14.
Letter from Anaclito J. Girón, C. Camargo (?), to L. de la Garza, Torreón (?). 1913, November 18 (?):
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Explaining #13.]
B15.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to T. V. de los Santos??? San Pedro, 1913, November 19:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Telling him not to send more soldiers to Generals Robles and García.]
B16.
Telegram from M. Chao, Parral, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 19:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Accepting de la Garza's offer.]
B17.
Telegram from Manuel L. Ortiz, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 19:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the wounded.]
B18.
Telegram from Manuel Lopez Ortiz, Marte, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 19:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning rifles.]
B19.
Telegram from T. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 20:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Giving an account of his exploration of the route to San Nicolas and Santa Rita.]
B20.
Telegram from B. N. Medina, Banquillo, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 20:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Saying that he is coming to Torreón.]
B21.
Telegram from T. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1913, November 21:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking if he is going to pay the people arriving from Parras.]
B22.
Letter from F. Pescador M., of Ferrocarriles Nacionales de Mexico, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Concerning the telegraph line repairmen.]
B23.
Letter from M. Chao, Torreón, to C. F. Pescador, Torreón. 1913, November 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #20.]
B24.
Telegram from F. Pescador M. Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for his signature on a document.]
B25.
Letter from M. Chao, Torreón, to Felipe Pescador, Torreón. 1913, November 22:
Extent 1l. Typed copy.
[Informing him that excessive railroad funds are to be impounded for the use of the army, with L. de la Garza in charge.]
B26.
Copy of #23.
B27.
Letter vrom Severino Ceniceros, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Carlos Gonzalez, with reference to General Contreras.]
B28.
Telegram from M. Chao, Durango, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 24:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
["Hoy salgo á esa…"]
B29.
Telegram from M. Chao, Pedricena, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 24:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Saying that he wishes to conclude certain business.]
B30.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Anacleto J. Girón, Santa Rosalía, Chihuahua. 1913, November 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[In code.]
B31.
Letter from La Comiaión de Hacienda, Torreón, to Banco Germánico de la América del Sur, Torreón. 1913, November 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the tax placed on the Bank for the Constitutionalist Army.]
B32.
Receipt signed by F. F. Villareal of the Comisión de Hacienda for money from Andres L. Farias. 1913, November 25:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
B33.
Letter from La Comisión de Hacienda, Torreón, to Agencia de la Cervecería de Chihuahua, Torreón. 1913, November 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the tax placed on the company.]
B34.
Letter from La Comisión de Hacienda, Torreón, to Banco de Londres y México, Sucl. en Torreón. 1913, November 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the war tax.]
B35.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to General Pastor Rouaix, Durango. 1913, November 26(?):
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking Rouaix and General Arrieta for some men for the attack on Parras, with a reference to General Contreras.]
B36.
Telegram from Juan E. García, Pomona, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 26:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Mentioning San Carlos and asking about Robles and Contreras and the men who arrived in Parras.]
B37.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Juan E. García, Pomona. 1913, November 26:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Answering #36.]
B38.
Telegram from M. Chao, Jimenez, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 26:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Giving information from Arrieta about the enemy in Cerro Prieto.]
B39.
Letter from F. Pescador M., Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Again asking for his signature: see #29.]
B40.
Letter from La Comisión de Hacienda, Torreón, to Luis Dualde, Torreón. 1913, November 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the tax on "esta Comarca en el ramo del Agricultura."]
B41.
Letter from La Comisión de Hacienda, Torreón, to Plácido Vargas, Torreón. 1913, November 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Same as #40.]
B42.
Letter from La Comisión de Hacienda, to Manuel Hoyos, Torreón. 1913, November 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Same as #40.]
B43.
Telegram from La Comisión de Hacienda, to M. Chao, Parras. 1913, November 27:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the death of General Juan E. Garcia in Madero.]
B44.
Letter from La Comisión de Hacienda, Torreón, to José Zurita, C. Lerdo. 1913, November 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning income from ranches.]
B45.
Letter from La Comisión, de Hacienda, Torreón, to Enrique J. Palacios, Hda. La Concha. 1913, November 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning carloads of wheat.]
B46.
Letter from La Comisión de Hacienda, Torreón, to Toribio de los Santos, San Pedro. 1913, November 27 (?):
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Telling him to follow General García's instructions.]
B47.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Pastor Rouaix, Durango. 1913, November 28:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking if the requested troops have left.]
B48.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Jefe de las Armas, Sierra Mojada. 1913, November 28:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking about federal troops in that region and about Cuatro Cienegas.]
B49.
Telegram from T. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 28:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning payment for supplies for the railways and mentioning the Hacienda de Don C. Herrera.]
B50.
Telegram from Alejandro Navarro, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 28:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Asking for money for the cavalry.]
B51.
Telegram from Pastor Rouaix, Durango, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 28:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning a trainload of soldiers commanded by General Arrieta.]
B52.
Telegram from Calixto Contreras, San Pedro, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 28:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Saying that he is going on a scouting expedition.]
B53.
Letter from Felipe Pescador, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for the official correspondence covering merchandise going to the north.]
B54.
Telegram from Calixto Contreras, San Pedro, to Jefe de Hacienda, Torreón. 1913, November 29:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking for wages for the troops.]
B55.
Telegram from La Comisión de la Hacienda, Torreón, to T. V. de los Santos, San Pedro. 1913, November 29:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the withdrawas of the scouting train, and actions of Generals Arrieta, Contreras, and Robles.]
B56.
Telegram from M. Chao, Parras, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 29:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Lamenting the loss of General García and of the battle; mentioning cotton, Villa and Arrieta.]
B57.
Telegram from Pastor Rouaix, Durango, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 29:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning troops under Arrieta.]
B58.
Telegram from M. Chao, Parral, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, November 30:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking about the arrival of Arrieta and his troops.]
B59.
Letter from El Presidente Municipal, Torreón, to la Comisión de Hacienda, Torreón. 1913, December 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for the use of the stamp for marking paper money.]
B60.
Receipt for wages received by Rafael Cárdenas from la Comisión de Hacienda in the months of October and November. 1913, December 1:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
B61.
Letter from Máximo Garcia, Cd. Lerdo, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, December 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Announcing that he, Máximo Garcia, has been named Primer Jefe de la Brigada de Madero, and Benito Garcia Segundo Jefe, after the death of General Juan C. Garcia.]
B62.
Telegram from A. J. Giron, Sta. Rosalia, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, December 2:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the suicidal death of General Antonio Rabago.]
B63.
Telegram from Lazaro Levy, Jimenez, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, December 2 (?):
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
["Dr. José Johnson, Gomez Palacio conoce alfabeto continental perfectamente."]
B64.
Telegram from Pablo Alvarez, Jimenez, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, December 2:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the capture of "Zauz" (?).???
B65.
List of cotton and its depositors existing in warehouses on December 2, 1913. 1913, December 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
B66.
List of cotton deposited in the cellars of the Banco Germanico de la America del Sur Sucursal en Torreón, and its depositors. 1913, December 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
B67.
Telegram from Pastor Rouaix, Durango, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, December 3:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning a person recommended highly by Felicitos Villareal.]
B68.
Telegram from L. Levy, Sta. Rosalia, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, December 3:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning Villa's arrival.]
B69.
Telegram from T. V. de los Santos, San Pedro, to Comisión de Hacienda, Torreón. 1913, December 4:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the advance of the enemy, with reference to General Contreras.]
B70.
Letter from Banco de Coahuila, Sucursal en Torreón, to Comisión de Hacienda, Torreón. 1913, December 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that they have no cotton.]
CAgencia Comercial y Financiera, C. Juárez: January-April, 1914.
C1.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Cd. Juárez, to Ezequiel Ramos Barrera, Torreón. 1914, February 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking about land for sale.]
C2.
Letter from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, February 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Recommending Ignacio Loya to trade with Americans.]
C3.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, March 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for money for the manufacture of banknotes.]
C4.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, March 6 (?):
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Answering #3.]
Ca.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, March 10 (?):
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Saying that he sent the money.]
C5.
Telegram from M. Chao, Palacio de Gobierno, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, March 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for acid and fuses for dynamite.]
C6.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, March 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the delivery of acid.]
C7.
Telegram from M. Chao, CHihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, March 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the acid.]
C8.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, c. Juárez. 1914, March 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for revolvers and gunpowder.]
C9.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, March 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #8.]
Ca.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, March (?):
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Saying that he has not received the revolvers.]
C10.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, March 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning counterfeit banknotes.]
C11.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, March 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #10.]
C12.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, March 17:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking if it would be possible to sell wild cattle in the United States.]
C13.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, March 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the counterfeit banknotes.]
C14.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, March 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the counterfeit banknotes.]
C15.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, March 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Requesting munitions.]
C16.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, March 18:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Referring to cattle and requesting munitions, with a reference to Villa.]
C17.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, March 17:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning munitions and saddles.]
C18.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, March 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Citing prices for munitions and saddles.]
C19.
Telegram from Benjamin Bouch, Chihuahua, to M. Chao, C. Juárez. 1914, March 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for supplies from de la Garza.]
C20.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Benjamin Bouch, donde se encuentre. 1914, March 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #19.]
C21.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, March 31:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking about a supply train.]
C22.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, March 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #21.]
C23.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, March 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning defective rifles purchased through Sommerfeld and sent to Coronel Girón; announcing the departure of a supply train.]
C24.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, March 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the alleged deceptive practices of supply houses.]
C25.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the arrest of an employee of McQuatters of the Alvarado Mining and Milling Company for circulating counterfeit money in Parral.]
C26.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 1:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Answering #25.]
C27.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning McQuatters and the American Consul.]
C28.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that the invoices for saddles have been lost.]
C29.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Chao's requests for coffee, "sahagu" and munitions.]
C30.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking Chao's aid in raising American money by the sale of cattle.]
C31.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 2:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the exchange of dollars for Constitutionalist money and the purchase of grenades ordered by Villa, with a reference to McQuatters.]
C32.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Villa's order to send money to Paris to Miguel Diaz Lombardo and other money matters.]
C33.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 2:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning provisions for the army.]
C34.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 2:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the sale of cattle.]
C35.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he received the invoices for saddles.]
C36.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that McQuatters' employee has been freed.]
C37.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Acknowledging receipt of saddles and reins.]
C38.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Miguel Bernardini, Torreón. 1914, April 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking about de la Garza's house.]
C39.
Telegram from Miguel Bernardini, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #38.]
C40.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning McQuatters' employee and the sale of cattle.]
C41.
Telegram from M. Chao, Palacio Gobierno, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 6:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the Tesorero General, Villa, and cotton.]
C42.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for uniforms for Villa.]
C43.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking if any uniforms were sent to Torreón.]
C44.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the sale of cotton, with a reference to Villa.]
C45.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #44.]
C46.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he has no uniforms.]
C47.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 11 (?):
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Offering to manufacture uniforms.]
C48.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #47.]
C49.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 13:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning cattle.]
C50.
"Compras 'Dos Retratos'" 1914, April 13 (?):
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
C51.
Telegram from Luis Aguirre Benavides, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking permission to export to the United States cattle bought by Alberto Madero from la Hacienda Santa Clara.]
C52.
Telegram from Luis Aguirre Benavides, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning clothing and cartridges.]
C53.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 1:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Saying that the uniforms are ready.]
C54.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 1:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Ordering coffee and "sahagú."]
C55.
Telegram from Luis Aguirre Benavides, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking about events in Tampico and relations with the United States.]
C56.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning flour and maize.]
C57.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
["…digole que ya doy ordenes conducentes."]
C58.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the furniture of W. Ortiz.]
C59.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, April 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for dollars for the first delivery of pesos.]
C60.
Telegram from M. Chao, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 23:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Answering #59.]
C61.
Telegram from J. Isabel Robles, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking when to expect him in Torreón.]
C62.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to J. Isabel Robles, Torreón. 1914, April 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #61.]
C63.
Telegram from J. Isabel Robles, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking that he send money to H. Martinez in San Antonio.]
C64.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to J. Isabel Robles, Torreón. 1914, May 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #63.]
DAgencia Comercial y Financiera, C. Juárez: May-June, 1914.
D1.
Telegram from Silvestre Terrazas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, May 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning el Banco del Estado and money matters, with references to General Chao and Juan Perchez Enriquez.]
D2.
Telegram from Alfredo S. Farias by L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. Chao, Chihuahua. 1914, May 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning uniforms.]
D3.
Telegram from S. Vargas Hijo, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, May 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning uniforms.]
Da.
Telegram from A. J. Giron, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, May 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Ordering clothing with Villa's approval.]
D4.
Receipt for lamps and cloth sold to Agencia Comercial, C. Juárez, by Krakauer, Zork & Moye's Sucs. Inc., El Paso. 1914, May 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
D5.
Telegram from E. A. Benavides, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, May 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Requesting sugar, coffee, flour, etc by order of General Villa.]
D6.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Andres L. Farias, Torreón. 1914, May 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to deliver Chihuahuan money to David Gomez for de la Garza's account.]
D7.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, May 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning acid requested by General Chao.]
D8.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, May 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for Chihuahuan money for the Agencia.]
D9.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, May 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the sale of minerals from Naica and Cigarrero.]
D10.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, May 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the exportation of Vicente Horcasitas' cattle.]
D11.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to E. A. Benavides, Torreón. 1914, May 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning shipments of merchandise for General Villa and Coroneles A. Giron and S. Ramirez.]
D12.
Telegram from Fidel Avila??? Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, May 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the sale of minerals.]
D13.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, May 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #12.]
D14.
Telegram from L. de la Garza (?), C. Juárez, to Sres. Runkle & Peacock, El Paso. 1914, May 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning coffee bought from them by the Agencia Comercial.]
Da.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, May 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the illicit exportation of cattle.]
Db.
Receipt from Luis Gaxiola for Constitutionalist money received from L. de la Garza. 1914, June 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Dc.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, C. Juárez, to Andres L. Farias, Torreón. 1914, June 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[In code.]
Dd.
Decoding of 14c.:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning confiscated cotton with reference to Mauro Peña and Juan Castillo.]
D15.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the sale of hides, with references to General Villa and Sres. Carranza, Cantu, Edwards, Guerra, and Brownstein.]
D16.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the sale of cotton and cattle, and purchases of supplies for General Villa.]
D17.
Telegram from Alfredo S. Farias, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1914, June 5:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[In code.]
D18.
Typed copy of #17.
Extent 1l.
D19.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Listing supplies sent to Avila.]
D20.
Telegram from A. Mejia, Jímenez, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, June 8:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking for money.]
D21.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. dela Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, June 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Ordering fruit.]
D22.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the fruit and automobile parts.]
D23.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for money, with reference to General Villa.]
D24.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, June 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning counterfeit banknotes.]
D25.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Listing supplies sent by train.]
D26.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to the supplies of #25.]
D27.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to the supplies of #25.]
D28.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning difficulties in the sale of hides confiscated from Ampendariz and Cartu Gonzalez, with references to Carransa, Villa, Rafael N???ave, and la ??? Brownst???.]
D29.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cattle.]
D30.
Telegram from E. Calzado, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, June 17:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking for the name of the custom-house employee who has been bothering de la Garza.]
D31.
Telegram from Alfredo S. Farias, by L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the sale of cattle in the United States.]
D32.
Telegram from Alfredo S. Farias, by L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the exportation of cattle.]
D33.
Letter from Juan F. Brittingham, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, June 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cotton for export.]
D34.
List of amounts of cotton bound for Eagle Pass. by Juna F. Brittingham. 1914, June 18 (?):
Extent 1l. Typed.
D35.
Letter from Juan F. Brittingham, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, June 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the sale of cotton in the United States.]
D36.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the issuance of banknotes, with references to Generals Villa and Chao and Sr. Ignacio Perches Enriquez.]
D37.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning shipment of cattle.]
D38.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cattle.]
D39.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Compañia Minera Naica, with a reference to Villa.]
D40.
Telegram from Alfredo S. Farias, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the issuance of currency.]
D41.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Alfonso Madero, n.p. 1914, June 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a debt owed to Madero's father by Agencia Comercial.]
D42.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning hides.]
D43.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the sale of cotton, cattle, and minerals in order to purchase munitions and uniforms.]
D44.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Citing prices for cattle.]
D45.
Letter from Juan F. Brittingham, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, June 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cotton belonging to Pragedis de la Peña, hijo.]
D46.
Letter from Juan F. Brittingham, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, July 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Rafael Arocena's purchase of pesos.]
D47.
Letter from Juan F. Brittingham, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the export of wool and cotton, with references to General Villa and Eusebio Calzado.]
D48.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the sale of cattle.]
D49.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, June 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cattle.]
D50.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), C. Juárez, to The First National Bank, Brownsville, Texas. 1914, June 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning an error in a remittance of Constitutionalist money.]
D51.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, June 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a shipment of equipment for restamping banknotes.]
EAgencia Comercial y Financiera, C. Juárez: July-December, 1914.
E1.
Telegram from P. Natera, Zacatecas, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July (?):
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the Englishman George St. Claire Douglas who is accused of collaborating with the enemy.]
E2.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to P. Natera, Zacatecas. 1914, July 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the investigation of Douglas, who has been connected with the Huerta Administration.]
E3.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to P. Natera, Zacatecas. 1914, July 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the intervention of the United States government in the Douglas affair.]
E4.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Manuel C. de la Vega, Zacatecas. 1914, July 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Douglas.]
E5.
Telegram from M. C. de la Vega, Zacatecas, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 3:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Describing the case against Douglas, who is connected with ex-General Medina Barron.]
E6.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to P. Natera, Zacatecas. 1914, July 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Douglas.]
E7.
Telegram from M. C. de la Vega, Zacatecas, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Douglas.]
E8.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to M. C. de la Vega, Zacatecas. 1914, July 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Douglas.]
E9.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Horcasitas' cattle and orders from Villa about the Treasury.]
E10.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Transcribing a message from Villa about Colonel P. Hernandez' exportation of hides.]
E11.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to Tomás Ornelas, C. Juárez. 1914, July 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Ordering footwear and hats.]
E12.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning confiscated cattle.]
E13.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cattle.]
E14.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to General Villa's impending trip to C. Juárez.]
E15.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 14:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning provisions, with references to General Villa, Sr. Terrazas, and the Finnigan Brown Co.]
E16.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Ordering a saddle and oranges.]
E17.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Sr. Vizcarra.]
Ea.
Telegram from Alfredo S. Farias, for L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1914, July 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a bill for gasoline, etc., for Avila's automobile.]
E18.
Letter from Luis Gaxiola, Havana, Cuba, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 22:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning banking matters and rumors in the press that de la Garza is stepping down from the directorship of la Agencia Financiera.]
E19.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1914, July 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Ignacio Perches Enriquez as director of the Agencia Comercial y Financiera de la Division del Norte.]
E20.
Two telegrams from L. de la Garza (:), C. Juárez, to Hipolito Villa, C. Juárez. 1914, July 27:
Extent 1l. Typed. Photostat.
[Concerning money for the Agencia Comercial.]
E21.
Letter from Hipolito Villa, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 27:
Extent 1l. Typed. Photostat.
[Concerning money transactions between la Agencia, Sr. Garrett, and Hipolito and Francisco Villa.]
E22.
Photocopy of #21.
E23.
Photocopy of #21.
E24.
Photocopy of #21.
E25.
Letter from Ignacio Perches Enriquez, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 28:
Extent 4l. Typed.
[Giving a detailed account of the credits and debts of the Agnecia Comercial.]
E26.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Emilio Madero, Torreón. 1914, August 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cotton offered to de la Garza by Villa as a bonus.]
E27.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to National Park Bank, New York. 1914, August 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning documents for the Agencia Comercial.]
E28.
Telegram from Luis Gaxiola, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cattle and payment for uniforms and hats, with a referende to Villa.]
E29.
Telegram from Victor Carusso, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning shipments of footwear ordered by de la Garza for General Villa.]
E30.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Victor Carusso, El Paso. 1914, September 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that the footwear is Agency business.]
E31.
Telegram from Victor Carusso, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the footwear.]
E32.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to I. Hernandez, Torreón. 1914, October 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cotton from de la Garza's hacienda to be handled by the Agencia Comercial according to instructions from Villa.]
E33.
Memo from La Comisión Inspectora de Hacienda, Torreón, to J. R. Orfila, c/o L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1914, October 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the confiscation of cotton from various haciendas.]
E34.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), El Paso, to Hipolito Villa, C. Juárez. 1914, November 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking that the agency send a man and money to Washington to help in the currency transactions.]
E35.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Emilio Madero, Torreón. 1914, November 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the confiscation by the Agencia Comercial of hides belonging to Luis Cantu Gonzalez, as ordered by General Villa.]
E36.
Letter from J. M. Lozano, Mexico, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1914, December 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to secure the return to the Ferrocarriles Constitucionalistas de Mexico of fifteen thousand American dollars from la Agencia Comercial y Financiera.]
E37.
Telegram from Luis Aguirre Benavides, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, (?):
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for the material for the artillery ordered by Bouchez.]
E38.
Telegram from Fidel Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, (?):
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Villa's response to the Quevedo bandits.]
E39.
Telegram from P. Uro, Torreón, to Alfredo L. Farias, C. Juárez. 1914, July 1 (?):
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning shoes, with a reference to Villa.]
FAgencia Comercial y Financiera, C. Juárez: 1915.
F1.
Letter from Luis Gaxiola, C. Juárez, to the Administrator of la Aduana, C. Juárez. 1915, February 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning accessories for the telegraph lines.]
F2.
Telegram from Alfredo S. Farias, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1915, March 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for money for Pepe Castro]
F3.
Telegram from G. J. Madero, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, March 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a loan to la Agencia.]
F4.
Letter from Arturo Manrique, Monterrey, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, March 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning hides bought by la Agencia.]
F5.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Arturo Manrique, Monterrey. 1915, March 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #4.]
F6.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Arturo Manrique, Monterrey. 1915, April 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #4.]
F7.
Telegram from Raul Madero, Monterrey, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1915, April 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Describing the inconvenience caused by the nullification of Carranzan money.]
F8.
Telegram from Raul Madero, Monterrey, to L. de la Garza, C. Juá. 1915, April 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for two wireless machines.]
F9.
Telegram from Raul Madero, Monterrey, to L. de la Garza, C. Juá. 1915, April 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning A. Elowua's property.]
F10.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Mr. Kayser, First National Bank, El Paso. 1915, May 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking them to present invoices to Alberto Madero of the Agencia Comercial for payment.]
F11.
Telegram from Evaristo Madero, Torreó, to L. de la Garza, C. Juá. 1915, May 5:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking him to assure General Villa of Jesus Hernandez' trustworthiness.]
F12.
Telegram from Raul Madero, Monterrey, to L. de la Garza, C. Juá. 1915, May 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking about the wireless machines.]
F13.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Raul Madero, Monterrey. 1915, May 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Giving a description of the wireless equipment went to Madero and mentioning General Villa and Sommerfeld.]
F14.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Segundo Iturrios, Eagle Pass. 1915, May 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to ship the wireless equipment to General Madero.]
F15.
Telegram from Raul Madero, n.p., to L. de la Garza, C. Juá. 1915, May 25:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking de la Garza not to forget an offer he made to Madero.]
F16.
Skipped.
F17.
Letter from Manuel E. Gonzalez, C. Juá, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, September 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a telegram from Sra. Acosta.]
F18.
Letter from the American Consular Service to Cuartel General del Ejercito Constitucionalista. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking that the Cuartel settle accounts with Jose Goodman, H. H. Miller, owner of Fundición de Bronce, and Fundición de Fierro de Torreó, with a reference to General Villa.]
F19.
Letters from I. Perchez Enriquez, C. Juá, to L. de la Garza, C. Juá. 1914, July 28:
Extent 7l. Typed. Negatives.
[Concerning Agency finances.]
GChihuahua: Banco del Estado and Tesoreria General: 1914-1915.
G1.
Banco del Estado de Chihuahua. Acta de Instalación del Sucursal en Torreó.
Extent 2l. Typed.
G2.
Banco del Estado de Chihuahua. Estatutos.
Extent 9l. Typed.
G3.
Letter announcing the establishment of the Banco del Estado de Estado de Chihuahua, with L. de la Garza as president, L. de la Garza and Federico Moye as directors, and Andres Pfeiffer as manager. 1914, September 21:
Extent 1l. Printed.
G4.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juá, to Sebastian Vargas, hijo, Chihuahua, Chihuahua. 1914, November 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Concerning banknotes to be stamped again, the exchange of old banknotes, and the needs of the División del Norte.]
G5.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1914, November 27:
Extent 3l. Typed.
[Concerning the delivery of banknotes being manufactured in Washington, with references to Vidal de la Garza, Emilio Madero, General Villa, Hipolito Villa, Alfredo S. Farias, Sr. Gaxiola, and Sr. Navarro, and mentioning la División del Norte, Rio Grande Valley Bank, la Agencia Financiera, El Banco, and la Tesoreria.]
G6.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Federico Gonzalez Garza, Chihuahua. 1914, November 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the issuance of banknotes and their delivery to Banco Rio Grande according to orders from Agencia Financiera.]
G7.
Telegram from S. Vargas H., Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, November 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #5.]
Ga.
Telegram from S. Vargas H., C. Juá, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1914, December 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking when the banknotes will arrive as General Villa has already requested funds.]
G8.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juá. 1914, December 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money to cover the costs of manufacturing banknotes in the United States.]
G9.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the costs of the banknotes with a reference to Agencia Comercial.]
G10.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning deliveries of banknotes.]
G11.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking if he has received the money sent to him November 28.]
G12.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking when he is traveling south.]
G13.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking if he has enough money.]
G14.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to #5 and #8.]
G15.
Letter from Francisco Rueda Quijano, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a proposal made by Rueda Quijano, Salvador Cuellar, and V. H. Arreola, to Sr. Moye, that the Banco del Estado set up an Agencia Compradora de Metales.]
G16.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to F. Rueda Quijano, Chihuahua. 1914, December 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #15.]
G17.
Letter from Emilio Madero, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, December 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a check written by Madero to L. de la Garza which was not covered by la Tesorería de Chihuahua, with a reference to Sr. Hernández, de la Garza's lawyer.]
G18.
Letter froml. de la Garza, El Paso, to Emilio Madero, Torreón. 1914, December 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #17.]
G19.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Emilio Madero, Torreón. 1914, December 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning orders from Villa to suspend circulation of Carranzan currency which is to be exchanged for Chihuahuan currency.]
G20.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1914, December 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Acknowledging the receipt of checks referred to in #8 and #13.]
G21.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking if de la Garza has received the money sent him.]
G22.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning orders from Villa not to accept Carranzan currency.]
G23.
Telegram from L. de la Garza (?), C. Juárez, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1914, December 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a request from Villa for funds.]
G24.
Letter from F. Gonzalez Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, December 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #6.]
G25.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 9:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the issuance of currency.]
G26.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1914, December 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the delivery of banknotes and Villa's request for funds.]
G27.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1914, December 14:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Answering #26.]
G28.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1914, December 15:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the delivery of banknotes to el Banco del Estado.]
G29.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua, 1914, December 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the delivery of Treasury seals.]
Ga.
Receipt from Jesús J. Ronquillo, El Paso, for a box of seals for la Tesoreria del Estado. 1914, December 22:
G30.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Suggesting that, due to the costs of banknotes purchased in Washington, machinery be bought in order to manufacture the banknotes in Chihuahua.]
G31.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money sent with F. Moye to C. Juárez to cover the costs of issuing banknotes in Chihuahua.]
G32.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1914, December 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Acknowledging the receipt of the money referred to in #31.]
G33.
Letter from Ed. A. Zambrano, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, December 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money to be drawn from the Rio Grande Valley Bank and Trust Co. by the Banco del Estado de Chihuahua, as well as other Banco del Estado business.]
G34.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Ed. A. Zambrano, Torreón. 1914, December 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #33 and discussing the purchase of Chihuahuan money.]
G35.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the delivery of banknotes announced by Navarro.]
G36.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Eduardo Zambrano Jr., Torreón. 1914, December 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Announcing his departure for Chihuahua.]
G37.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1914, December 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #30.]
G38.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1914, December 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a delivery of currency and the need of the Sucursal in Torreón for more money, with a reference to Zambrano.]
G39.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, January 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning machinery for the manufacture of currency and the Treasury's pressing need for more funds.]
G40.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juaárez, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, January 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for money to vouch for the currency contract.]
G41.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, January 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning corrections to be made for a series of pesos.]
G42.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, January 27:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning #41.]
G43.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, January 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that Hipolito Villa will deliver the funds to cover the costs of the banknotes.]
G44.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, January 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #41 and #43.]
G45.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, January 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for funds, since the Agencia has no money.]
G46.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, January 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning currency and a letter to Vargas from Navarro.]
G47.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, January 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the relative value of Carranzan and Chihuahuan currency.]
G48.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, January 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Itemizing the costs to the Treasury of printing their own money.]
G49.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Telling him to go to Hipolito Villa to obtain funds.]
HChihuahua: Banco del Estado and Tesoreria General: 1915.
H1.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Requesting data and documents on the issuance of currency.]
H2.
Letter from S. Vargas (?), Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Placing the blame for the counterfeit money on the Norris Peters Co.]
H3.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Repeating his request for data.]
H4.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, February 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the exchange of currency.]
H5.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, February 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the counterfeit banknotes.]
H6.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #4.]
H7.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Telling him to consult Hipolito Villa in requesting funds, and saying that the Treasury has no American money.]
H8.
Copy of a letter from Hipolito Villa, Chihuahua, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, February 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing him that all gold coins are to be turned over to the Agencia Comercial, by order of General Villa, and that de la Garza is to request funds for the printing of money from that agency.]
H9.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Telling him to request funds from Hipolito Villa.]
H10.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, February 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the delivery of the last issue of currency.]
H11.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, February 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he cannot deliver the remaining banknotes until the Agencia provides the money to cover expenses.]
H12.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, February 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning circulation of Carranzan money.]
H13.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, February 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Confirming the orders to request funds from Hipolito Villa.]
H14.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, February 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Announcing the capture by Hector Ramos of three gringos who were responsible for counterfeit money.]
H15.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking the total amount of paper money delivered to date.]
H16.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, February 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #15 and asking for money.]
H17.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning counterfeit money.]
H18.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 28:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Announcing a delivery of money to L. de la Garza.]
H19.
Letter from (?), C. Juárez, to Tesorero General del Estado, Chihuahua. 1915, March 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to the delivery money to de la Garza.]
H20.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the delivery of money, by order of General Villa.]
H21.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, March 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the establishment of new branches of the Banco del Estado, with Jose. F. Sepulveda as manager of the one in Aguascalientes.]
H22.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, March 4:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning the funds made available to L. de la Garza by order of General Villa, and saying that funds are to be requested from Hipolito, and that Sepulveda's services are not needed.]
H23.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to Hipolito Villa, C. Juárez. 1915, March 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that General Villa ordered Vargas to provide L. de la Garza with money to cover the costs of the banknotes, and telling Hipolito to meet with with Servando de la Garza about the delivery of banknotes.]
H24.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, March 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning deliveries of banknotes.]
H25.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, Monterrey. 1915, March 8:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Informing him of Villa's orders that the Treasury cover the costs of the banknotes, and asking for quick delivery of more banknotes.]
H26.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1915, March 9:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking for quick delivery of banknotes.]
H27.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to Hipolito Villa, C. Juárez. 1915, March 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to press for the quick delivery of banknotes.]
H28.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to Francisco Villa, Torreíon. 1915, March 9:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
Asking him to order the immediate delivery of banknotes.]
H29.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Tesorero General del Estado, Chihuahua. 1915, March 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that the banknotes will be delivered as soon as he receives the money to cover the costs.]
H30.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, March 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Repeating the message of #29.]
H31.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1915, March 11:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Urging him to send the notes.]
H32.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, Saltillo. 1915, March 11:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Repeating #31.]
H33.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chi???uahua, to S. C. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, March 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he has sent the funds referred to in #29.]
H34.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, Monterrey. 1915, March 15:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Saying that he cannot send additional funds until the banknotes are delivered.]
H35.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, March 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning deliveries of banknotes.]
H36.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to S. C. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, March 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Acknowledging the delivery of banknotes and asking about printing seals.]
H37.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, March 22:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking if more 5-cent notes are needed.]
H38.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to S. C. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, March 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #37.]
H39.
Telegram from José Garza Z., n.p., to S. C. della Garza, New York. 1915, March 23 (?):
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Repeating the message of #38.]
H40.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, March 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Telling him to ask Hipolito Villa for more funds.]
H41.
Letter from Banco del Estado de Chihuahua, Chihuahua, to Reo Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, April 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for the vouchers pertaining to payments by the Banco del Estado to the American Bank Note Co.]
H42.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, April 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Sr. Navarro.]
H43.
Copy of #42. 1915, April 13:
H44.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, April 14(?):
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Sr. Navarro.]
H45.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Hipolito Villa, C. Juárez. 1915, April 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning J. M. Rodriquez, cashier for the Banco del Estado in Torreón, who is in charge of purchasing cotton and ixtle for el Banco.]
H46.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Hipolito Villa, C. Juárez. 1915, April 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for money for Rodriguez for the purchase of ixtle.]
H47.
Check from L. de la Garza, Parras, Coahuila, for ten thousand pesos to Banco del Estado de Chihuahua, Sucursal en Torreón. 1915, May 14:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
H48.
Letter from Banco del Estado de Chihuahua, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, May 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Acknowledging receipt of #47.]
H49.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, May 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning paper for the Banco del Estado which is in a railroad warehouse.]
H50.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to S. Vargas, Chihuahua. 1915, May 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the paper for the Banco del Estado.]
H51.
Letter from R. A. Sepulveda, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, June 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the money delivered to Sepulveda by the Treasury by order of de la Garza.]
H52.
Figuring.
H53.
Telegram from Banco del Estado de Chihuahua, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, S. Mojada. 1915, June 28:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning a representative of la Fábrica who is being held prisoner.]
H54.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Fidel Avila, Chihuahua. 1915, July 5:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning money for de la Garza, for the manufacture of banknotes, with references to S. Vargas, General Villa, and to el Banco del Estado, la Agencia Comercial and la División del Norte.]
H55.
Letter from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, August 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for a copy of a receipt for money from the Treasury.]
H56.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Kansas City, Missouri, to Ignacio Hernandez, Torreón. 1915, August 27:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning de la Garza's bank account.]
H57.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Tesorero General del Estado, Chihuahua. 1915, September 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for the details of his account.]
H58.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, S. Mojada. 1915, (?):
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking for more banknotes from Washingotn.]
H59.
Telegram from S. Vargas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, (?):
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the types of banknotes needed, with a reference to General Avila.]
H60.
no place, telegrams, no author, no addresse. no date
Extent 3l.
[Concerning Agency money to be deposited in el Banco, and the providing of war materials.]
IRio Grande Valley Bank and Trust Co.: 1914
I1.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, January 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a transfer of money from the Banco de Londres y Mexico to the Rio Grande Valley Bank by de la Garza and F. F. Villareal, with a reference to G. C. Carothers.]
I2.
Copy of #1.
I3.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, January 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a check on the Bank of London and Mexico.]
I4.
Statement of L. de la Garza's account with the Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso from January 6 to February 27, 1914.
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
(mentions Sommerfeld)
I5.
Letter from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, March 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to #1, saying that the Banco de Londres refused to honor the check on the grounds that it was obtained by General Villa by force.]
I6.
Letter from Richard F. Burges, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, May 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the purchase of cotton from de la Garza with payments made to the Rio Grande Valley Bank.]
I7.
Letter from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, June 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Authorizing his wife to open his safety deposit boxes.]
I8.
Letter from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1914, August 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a letter to the National City Bank of New York.]
I9.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, 1914, August 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to #8 and to the sale of cotton.]
I10.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, August 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning his account with Banco Aleman.]
I11.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank and Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1914, August 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning exchange rates for Mexican money.]
I12.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, August 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning exchange rates and Banco Germánico.]
I13.
Telegram from A. Villareal, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1914, August 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for money from the Rio Grande Bank, as ordered by Hernandez.]
Ia.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to A. Villareal, El Paso. 1914, August 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #13.]
I14.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1914, August 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a check for Villareal on Banco Germanico, with references to Juan P. Torres and I. Hernandez.]
I15.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles to Rio Grande Valley Bank, El Paso. 1914, August 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning #13.]
Ia.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Rio Grande Valley Bank, El Paso. 1914, August 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Confirming #15.]
I16.
Letter from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1914, August 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a debt owed to Antonio Loeffler, with reference to Banco Germanico.]
I17.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Rio Grande Valley Fank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, August 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Authorizing the payment of money to Ignacio Hernandez.]
I18.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money for Enrique Salas.]
I19.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #18.]
I20.
Letter from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking about the transferral of money from one of his accounts to another.]
I21.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Authorizing the transferral referred to in #20.]
I22.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Confirming #21.]
I23.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to #16 and asking about cotton.]
I24.
Letter from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to the transferral of money and to cotton.]
I25.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to authorize a check from Hernandez.]
I26.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Authorizing Hernandez' check.]
I27.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning sporting goods from A. G. Spaulding & Bro., Inc. and from F. A. O. Schwarz to be delivered to Alfredo S. Farias.]
I28.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking who his lawyer is in the automobile seizure case.]
I29.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that Lic. Lacy is his lawyer.]
I30.
Letter from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning his debt to Loeffler.]
I31.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing him of the costs of taking the cotton across the border.]
I32.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
["Writing fully regarding cotton wait for letter."]
I33.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking them to store the cotton in Juarez, with references to A. S. Farias and A. S. Valdespino.]
I34.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 26:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Asking them to store some clothing ordered by him while he was with the Agencia Comercial.]
I35.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Confirming #34.]
I36.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Elaborating upon #35.]
I37.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, September 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
["Please pay drafts drawn by I. Hernandez…"]
I38.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, October 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning shipments of shoes.]
I39.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, October 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that the shoes belong to the Agency and asking them to take care of some merchandise from Clapp Eastham.]
I40.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, October 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
["Please receive shipment made last week by Clapp Eastham Company."]
I41.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Benk & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, October 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking them to deliver the goods from Clapp Eastham to Valdespino.]
I42.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, November 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking them to inform Agencia Comercial of a shipment of banknotes.]
I43.
Statement of E. de la Garza's account with the Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, from July 31 to November 20, 1914.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
I44.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, December 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Listing endorsed checks from Mexican banks to be deposited in his account.]
I45.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1914, December 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the Torreón Agency of the Banco del Estado de Chihuahua, which is authorized to draw money from the Rio Grande Valley Bank.]
JRio Grande Valley Bank and Trust Co.: 1915.
J1.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915 January 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking them to deliver the box of Banco del Estado banknotes to F. Tibblier.]
J2.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915 January 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for the signatures of employees of the branches in Cd. Juárez and Parral who are authorized to write checks.]
J3.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915 February 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Regarding the money held in excrow for the Rathbun Mix Co.]
J4.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915 February 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing them of checks to be written by I. Hernandez.]
J4a.
Telegram from N. M. Sanchez, Wachington, D. C., to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915 February 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing him of deliveries of banknotes to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.]
Jb.
Telegram from J. D. Rodriguez, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, San Antonio. 1915 February 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money to be deposited in Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co. for the purchase of a combustible for Beneral Villa.]
J5.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank, El Paso. 1915 February 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Ordering a payment to the Rathbun Mix Co.]
J6.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915 April 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a contract with Rathbun Mix Co. to make repairs on the property in Sierra Mojada.]
J7.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915 April 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning payment to Rathbun Mix Co. for work done on his house in Torreón.]
J8.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915 April 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Authorizing the withdrawal of money from Banco del Estado en Torreón.]
J9.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915 May 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning his retirement from the Administrative Board of the Banco del Estado.]
J10.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915 June 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Ordering a payment to Rathbun Mix Co.]
J11.
Letter from (?) to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915 June 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Guaranteeing payment of overdrafts and debit balances of the Banco del Estado de Chihuahua.]
J12.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915 June 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking them to pay checks of the Banco del Estado de Chihuahua.]
J13.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., C. Juárez. 1915 June 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Confirming #12.]
J14.
Letter from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to Cia. Ninera "La Constancia" S. A., El Paso. 1915 June 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the opening of an account.]
J15.
List of checks and deposits with Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co. and Jose Garza Z. from July 1 to July 9.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
J16.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915 August 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a check from Torreón, with reference to Banco Germanico.]
J17.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, August 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money to be deposited in City National Bank of New York.]
J18.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Turst Co., El Paso. 1915, August 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Rathbun Mix.]
J19.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Kansas City, Missouri, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, August 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking that money from Jose Garza Z. be made available to R. E. Navarro and S. C. de la Garza.]
J20.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust, El Paso. 1915, September 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning freight from St. Louis, with a reference to Navarro.]
J21.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, September 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to the shipment of ammunition from St. Louis.]
J22.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, September 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking them to wire money to New York and announcing a shipment of goods from St. Louis.]
J23.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, September 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Giving instructions for goods, with referencer to Manoil and Navarro.]
Ja.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, September 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
["Wired ten thousand to National City Bank."]
J24.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, September 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning payment for goods consigned to Agencia.]
J25.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, September 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a deposit from Agencia for payment for freight.]
J26.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, September 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning payment on arrival for goods and the costs of shipment.]
J27.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, September 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Conthreats from the factory to cancel the contract.]
J28.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, September 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Agencia promised payment tomorrow.]
J29.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, September 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking if they have received any money.]
J30.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, September 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Informing him of a deposit by Hipolito.]
J31.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, October 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking if they received shipping documents.]
J32.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, October 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning an extension of the note from José Santos Chocano.]
J33.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, October 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Arranging the terms for further shipments of goods.]
J34.
Letter from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York, 1915, October 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning J. Santos Chocano's note and future shipments of goods for Agencia.]
J35.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, October 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
["Please place to the credit of Mr. R. E. Navarro two thousand dollars."]
J36.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, October 9:
Extent 2 copies: 1 typed and 1 handwritten.
[Concerning payment for freight.]
J37.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning payment for freight.]
J38.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), El Paso, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, October 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a contract between R. R. Foster and Paul Ginther for the sale of metals from Cia. Minera "La Constancia".]
J39.
Letter from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to money received from Paul Ginther and remitted to J. W. Purcell.]
J40.
Letter from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to a receipt from James W. Purcell.]
J41.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, November 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Authorizing S. C. de la Garza to obtain documents and information about L. de la Garza's business.]
J42.
Telegram from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1915, November 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning payment of Elosua's overdue note.]
J43.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to S. C. de la Garza, Laredo. 1915, November 29:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking for information about Elosua's securities.]
J44.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, December 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Changing his address.]
J45.
Letter from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to (?). 1915 (?):
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the account of the Chihuahua State Bank.]
J46.
List of checks: amount, bank drawn on, and by order of whom.
J47.
List of jewels delivered to the Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.
J48.
Figuring.
Also: 47 deposit slips
21 checks
27 banknotes
11 receipts
4 memos
4 notices
1 promissory note.
KFerrocarriles Constitucionalistas de Mexico: 1915
K1.
Letter from L. J. Eivet, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, February 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Confirming a business deal between Farson Chemical Compound of Chicago and Ferrocarriles Constitucionalistas de Mexico.]
K2.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to L. J. Eivet, El Paso. 1915, February 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #1.]
K3.
Promissory note from Ferrocarriles Constitucionalistas de México to the J. H. Parsons Chemical Company. 1915, February 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
K4.
List of carloads of coal sold to Ferrocarriles Constitucionalistas by S. C. Awbrey & Co., El Paso. 1915, February 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
K5.
Check from E. de la Garza to S. C. Awbrey & Co. on the Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915, February 24:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
K6.
List of carloads of coal sold to Ferrocarriles Constitucionalistas by S. C. Awbrey & Co., El Paso. 1915, February 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
K7.
Receipt for L. de la Garza from Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co. for payment from the account of the Ferrocarriles Constitucionalistas to S. C. Awbrey Co. for coal.] 1915, February 13:
K8.
List of carloads of coal sold to Ferrocarriles Constitucionalistas by S. C. Awbrey & Co., El Paso. 1915, February 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
K9.
Check from E. De la Garza to S. C. Awbrey & Co. on the Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1915; February 24:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
K10.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to E. Zamora, n.p. 1915, May 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the purchase of chemicals, with references to Sr. Rios del Rio and Sr. Eivet.]
K11.
Letter from G. Rios del Rio, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, June 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for a detailed account of the amounts owed him by the Ferrocarriles Nacionales.]
K12.
Letter from G. Rios del Rio, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, June 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Repeating #11.]
K13.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to G. Rios del Rio, El Paso. 1915, July 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Giving the details of purchases from S. C. Awbrey & Co. for the Ferrocarriles, and asking for payment for an automobile bought for a former superintendent of the railroads in Torreón.]
K14.
Voucher for payment to S. C. Awbrey & Co. for coal for the Ferrocarriles Constitucionalistas. 1915, October 12:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
LF. F. Villareal Correspondence: 1914-1916.
L1.
Letter from F. F. Villareal, Hermosillo, Sonora, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, January 22:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Referring to Carranza and concerning a check for de la Garza.]
L2.
Deciphering of a telegram from F. F. Villareal, Washington, D. C. 1914, April 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Zubaran, Carranza and Huerta; concerning arms and munitions.]
L3.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to F. F. Villareal, Ciudad de Mexico. 1914, August 19:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning mining taxes an Cia Minera La Constancia to be paid by Enrique Salas and concerning de la Garza's arrangement of a loan in New York for the Banco del Estado de Chihuahua.
L4.
Letter from F. F. Villareal, México, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1914, October 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #3 and mentioning the issuance of currency.]
L5.
Telegram from F. F. Villareal, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 5:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
Asking for a conference with de la Garza, as ordered by General Villa.]
L6.
Telegram from F. F. Villareal, México, D. F., to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 6:
Extent 4l. Handwritten.
[Asking for information for Villa about Chihuahuan currency and the Banco del Estado.]
L7.
Telegram from F. F. Villarreal, México, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1914, December 8:
Extent 12l. Handwritten.
[Concerning #6, with references to Farias, to the Chihuahuan Treasury, and to the railroads; asking for a conference with Villa.]
La.
Telegram from F. F. Villarreal, México, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, December 8:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning documents and money to be delivered by Farias and referring to the purchase of cartridges.]
L8.
Telegrams from de la Garza to F. F. Villareal. no date.
Extent 11l. Handwritten.
[Concerning money carried by Farias, mentioning a conference with the State Treasurer, concerning help from American banks to prevent a crisis due to poor circulation of money; mentioning the European war; concerning banknotes from the State Treasury.]
L9.
Telegrams from de la Garza to F. F. Villareal. no date.
Extent 7l. Handwritten.
[Concerning money printed by the American Bank Note Co., concerning credit for General Villa.]
L10.
Telegram from J. F. Villarreal, Mexico City, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, December 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for the money promised by Villa.]
L11.
Telegram from F. F. Villarreal, Mexico, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1914, December 12:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Asking for money, with reference to Vidal, General Villa, and the State Treasurer.]
L12.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to F. F. Villarreal, Mexico, D. F. 1914, December 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Villarreal's request for money, with reference to Farias, Villa, and the treasurer of Chihuahua.]
L13.
Telegram from F. F. Villarreal, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, December 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Thanking him for funds and advice.]
L14.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to F. F. Villarreal, Mexico, D. F. 1914, December 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he is sending money.]
L15.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to F. F. Villarreal, Mexico, D. F. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Villa's account with the Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co.; concerning the printing of money for the Banco del Estado by American Bank Note Co.]
L16.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Robert Lansing Washington, D. C. 1916, November 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for the help of the United States government inssecuring the release from prison of F. F. Villarreal, with references to Villa, Cobb, and Corothers.]
L17.
Letter from Robert Lansing, Washington D. C., to L. de la Garza, New York. 1916, November 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #16.]
MAlfredo S. Farias Correspondence: 1914-1915.
M1.
Letter from L. de la Garza, on board Pacific Ltd. #20, to Alfredo S. Farias, El Paso. 1914, August 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning boxes mailed to Vidal de la Garza in care of Farias.]
M2.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to A. S. Farias, El Paso. 1914, September 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Assuring him that his business affairs will be taken care of.]
M3.
Telegram from A. S. Farias, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that Gaxiola replaced Perches.]
M4.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to A. S. Farias, El Paso. 1914, September 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to transmit a message about cotton to I. Hernandez and mentioning Villa and Malacara.]
M5.
Telegram from A. S. Farias, C. Juárez, to Jose F. Farias, New York. 1914, September 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning goods delivered by Perches to Hipolito and Luis Gaxiola.]
M6.
Telegram from A. S. Farias, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning orders from Villa about cotton imports and referring to Hernandez, Garrett, Hipolito, and Gaxiola.]
M7.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Alfredo Farias, El Paso. 1914, September 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cotton prices.]
M8.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to A. S. Farias, Chihuahua. 1914, September 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Jose and to a coded message from General Villa.]
M9.
Telegram from A. S. Farias, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 27:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[In code.]
M10.
Skipped.
M11.
Deciphering of #9.
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning orders for Jose from General Villa about banknotes and mentioning the break of relations with Carranza.]
M12.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to A. S. Farias, Chihuahua. 1914, September 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to get instructions from General Villa about cotton.]
M13.
Telegram from A. S. Farias, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he will talk to Hipolito about the cotton.]
M14.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to A. S. Farias, El Paso. 1914, September 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the cotton and payment of Agency contracts.]
M15.
Telegram from A. S. Farias, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, October 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning General Villa's instructions about the cotton.]
M16.
Telegram from A. S. Farias, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, October 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to General Villa, Hipolito, and Perches.]
M17.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to A. S. Farias, El Paso. 1914, October 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Offering him money.]
M18.
Telegram from A. S. Farias, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, October 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #17.]
M19.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to A. S. Farias, El Paso. 1914, October 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cotton belonging to the Agency.]
M20.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to A. S. Farias, El Paso. 1914, October 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning contradictory wires received in Washington from Hipolito and Gaxiola.]
M21.
Telegram from A. S. Farias, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, October 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning paper currency wanted by Hipolito; mentioning Navarro.]
M22.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to A. S. Farias, El Paso. 1914, October 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a deposit in Farias' account at the National City Bank.]
M23.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to A. S. Farias, El Paso. 1914, October 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning General Villa's commissions.]
M24.
Telegram from A. S. Farias, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, October 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #23.]
M25.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to A. S. Farias, El Paso. 1914, October 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to a telegram from Jose.]
M26.
Letter from A. S. Farias, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, March 22:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning a check written October 20, 1913, on the Banco de Londres y Mexico for the First National Bank of Eagle Pass, authorized by General Villa, with check attached.]
M27.
Letter from A. S. Farias, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1915, June 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Offering to sell his car to de la Garza.]
M28.
Letter from A. S. Farias, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1915, November 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning La Constancia mines, with reference to Enrique Salas; asking him to settle his account with the wife of Andres Farias.]
M29.
Letter from Virginia B. de Farias, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1915, November 18:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Referring to #28.]
M30.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to A. S. Farias, El Paso. 1915, November 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #28 and referring to #29.]

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