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Collection Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents Note

Arrangement

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Orfila-Garrett Lawsuits

L. de la Garza Correspondence 1914-1939 1932-1935.

Personal correspondence

The Benson Latin American Collection

Guide to the Lázaro de la Garza Archive

Part VI: Orfila-Garrett Lawsuits, 1914-1917; L. de la Garza Co. Correspondence, 1914-1939; and Personal Correspondence, 1905-1938



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 Six 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 VI. 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

 

Orfila-Garrett Lawsuits

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Wallet 7
AOrfila-Garrett accounts: 1914-1916.
A1.
Cattle sold by J. E. Garrett: July 18, 1914 to March 1915.
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
A2.
Expense account: October 15, 1914 to July 17, 1915.
Extent 4l. Typed.
A3.
List of expenses and receipts for cattle.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
A4.
Ledger of J. E. Garrett, El Paso, with index. 1914, October 1:
Extent 62 ll. Typed.
BCorrespondence, 1914-1915.
B1.
Telegram from John E. Orfila, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, Torreó. 1913 (?), October 30:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Sayin that the bank does not loan money for the European war.]
B2.
Letter from A. G. O[rfila], Laredo, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1914, July 8:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning John's commission and counterfeit banknotes.]
B3.
Contract between Francisco Villa and J. E. Garrett for the sale of cattle. 1914, July 17:
Extent 3l. Typed.
B4.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Coronel Ornelas, C. Juárez. 1914, August 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking about Garrett's difficulties with cattle.]
B5.
Telegram from John E. Orfila, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1914, August 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Perches.]
B6.
Letter from J. E. Orfila, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1914, September 4:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Giving an account of Garrett's handling of the cattle, with reference to Perches and Alberto Madero.]
B7.
Telegram from J. E. Orfila, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cattle detained in Juárez by H. Villa on orders of General Villa.]
B8.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to John E. Orfila, El Paso. 1914, September 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #6 and informing him that Gaxiola has replaced Enriquez.]
B9.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to J. E. Orfila, El Paso. 1914, September 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to a letter for General Villa about Garrett.]
B10.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to J. E. Orfila, El Paso. 1914, September 21:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Saying that the Agency will surrender the cattle to Garrett.]
B11.
Letter from J. E. Orfila, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1914, September 22:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Giving a report on finances and Garrett's activities, with reference to General and Hipolito Villa and Thayer.]
B12.
Telegram from J. E. Garrett, Corpus Christi, Texas, to F. N. Thayer, n.p. 1915, October 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
["…will you come to Corpus Christi at once…"]
B13.
Promissory note from J. E. Garrett, El Paso, to J. E. Orfila to be paid at the City National Bank of Corpus Christi, to fulfill the provisions of a contract between the two parties. 1914, October 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
B14.
Telegram from J. E. Garrett, C. Juárez, to F. N. Thayer, Pearson. 1915, February 2:
Extent 4l. Handwritten.
[Giving orders about soldiers.]
B15.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1915, April 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the Orfila trial in Kingsville and advise from Cepeda about Lucinda's mortgage.]
B16.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), New York, to J. E. Garrett, Corpus Christi. 1914, October 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Advising him to settle the Orfila matter out of court.]
B17.
Handwritten copy of #16.
B18.
Letter from Leo Rosenfeld, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, February 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning papers in the Orfila-Garrett case for R. E. Navarro.]
B19.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Leo Rosenfeld, El Paso. 1916, February 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #18 with reference to Nealon.]
B20.
Skipped.
B21.
Telegram from J. S. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Mentioning Servando in connection with the Orfila business.]
B22.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Mann and Thayer in connection with the cases against Garrett and against Orfila and Rosenfeld; mentioning the don Eliseo matter; and referring to Prieto's option on Durana.]
B23.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, n.p., to S. C. de la Garza, El Paso. 1916, April 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning de la Garza's appearance as a witness in the Orfila case and asking about Garrett's stock.]
B24.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza (?), El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 19:
Extent 4l. Typed.
[Concerning a loan to Eliseo Ruiz; Elosua's promissory note, guaranteed by Andres Farias; the case of Garrett vs Orfila in Kingsville, with references to Nealon, Mann, Rosenfeld, and Thayer; real estate deals with Pedro Lobo, Don Enrique, and Prieto; Manoil's merchandise, with reference to Don Felix; and Raymundo's purchase of Nationalist bills.
B25.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza (?), to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 20:
Extent 2l.
[Answering #23 with references to Nealon, Rosenfeld, Mann, and Terrazas; concerning the purchase of Nationalist money; concerning a bill from Rathbun Mix Co.; and referring to Raymundo and Ruiz.]
B26.
Handwritten copy of #13.
B27.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning de la Garza's and Rosenfeld's appearance at the trial and the purchase of banknotes.]
B28.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to S. C. de la Garza, Laredo. 1916, April 20:
Extent 4 l. Handwritten.
[Concerning papers found by Thayer about bonds offered by Garrett to Orfila.]
B29.
List of documents received of Joseph M. Nealon relating to the Orfila-Garrett case.] 1916, April 20:
B30.
Copy of #25.
B31.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to S. C. de la Garza, Laredo. 1916, April 22:
Extent 4 l. Handwritten.
[Concerning bonds and a promissory note for Orfila from Garrett.]
B32.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, n.p., to S. C. de la Garza, Laredo. 1916, April 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Same as #31.]
B33.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a lawyer for Orfila.]
B34.
Handwritten copy of #33.
B35.
Telegram from B. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to stocks.]
B36.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 26:
Extent 3 l. Typed.
[Concerning the site of the Orfila-Garrett trials and the promissory note from Garrett to Orfila; concerning the mortgage on Capulin, with references to Sra. L. Navarro and to Cepeda; concerning a loan to Santos Coy.]
B37.
Copy of #36.
[Concerning the site of the Orfila-Garrett trials and the promissory note from Garrett to Orfila; concerning the mortgage on Capulin, with references to Sra. L. Navarro and to Cepeda; concerning a loan to Santos Coy.]
B38.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 26:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning Garrett's trial at Kingsville and advise from Cepeda about Lucinda's mortgage.]
B39.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Stein's files.]
B40.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza, Alice, Texas, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 29:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning a plea of privilege in the Orfila-Garrett case, Lucinda Navarro's mortgage, and the sale of Rancho Laguna to Orfila.]
B41.
Copy of #40.
B42.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Alice, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #40.]
B43.
Telegram from C. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to S. C. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a mortgage.]
B44.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to S. de la Garza, Laredo. 1916, April 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Rosenfeld and the trial.]
B45.
Copy of #42.
B46.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Kingsville, Texas, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
["Case will not be presented until tomorrow…"]
B47.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to S. C. de la Garza, Laredo. 1916, May 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #36 with reference to Rosenfeld.]
B48.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Kingsville, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the site of the Garrett case.]
B49.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning documents for the Garrett case.]
B50.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 3:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning evidence for the cases against Garrett and Rosenfeld, with references to Thayer and Orfila; referring to Lucinda's mortgage.]
B51.
Copy of #50.
B52.
Copy of #49.
B53.
Copy of #48.
B54.
Copy of #46.
B55.
Copy of #44.
B56.
Telegram from J. S. de la Garza, Laredo, to S. C. de la Garza, Kingsville. 1916, May 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Lazaro.]
B57.
Copy of #43.
B58.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 8:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning the decision in the Garrett case, the failure to make a compromise with Orfila, and the possibility of renting the Rancho de la Laguna to Juan J. Gomez.]
B59.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning delays in the Garrett case.]
B60.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning business with Lucinda and Don Eliseo.]
B61.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the mortgage.]
B62.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Copy of #61.]
B63.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, San Antonio, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for instructions.]
B64.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the delay in the decision on the Garrett-Orfila case and Orfila's Laguna papers.]
B65.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to S. C. de la Garza, Laredo. 1916, May 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Giving instructions.]
B66.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to S. C. de la Garza, Laredo. 1916, May 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning lawyers in the Garrett-Orfila case, the sale or rental of Rancho de la Laguna to Orfila or Gomez, and merchandise from Eliseo Ruiz.]
B67.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to S. C. de la Garza, Laredo. 1916, May 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Garrett case and Orfila's document.]
B68.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Replying to #67.]
B69.
Copy of #68.
B70.
Telegram from L. de la Garza & Co. Inc., New York, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the purchase of old issue Banco Nacional pesos.]
B71.
Telegram from L. de la Garza & Co. Inc., New York, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning delivery by Olin of the remaining merchandise for the Morgan contract.]
B72.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, 1916, May 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Correcting #67.]
B73.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that the Garrett-Orfila case has been transferred to Laredo.]
B74.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to S. C. de la Garza, Laredo. 1916, May (?) 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the bonds and note delivered to Orfila by Garrett.]
B75.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning documents for the Laguna mortgage and for the Orfila-Garrett case.]
B76.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the date and place of the courtcase with reference to Nealon.]
B77.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Fort William, Ontario, to S. C. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, July 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the Garrett case and Orfila's papers.]
B78.
Letter from W. R. Perkins, Alice, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, July 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to contact Nealon or Hicks and Teagarden in regard to the appeal of the case of J. E. Garrett vs. John E. Orfila.]
B79.
Copy of #78.
B80.
Letter from L. de la Garza, North Asbury Park, N. J., to W. R. Perkins, Alice. 1916, July 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #78.]
B81.
Letter from Marshall Hicks, San Antonio, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, August 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Orfila's and de la Garza's legal representation in J. E. Garrett vs. 1st State Bank, Kingsville.]
B82.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to W. R. Perkins, Alice. 1916, August 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to handle the appeal of Garrett vs. Orfila, in accordance with Nealon's suggestion.]
B83.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Marshall Hicks, San Antonio. 1916, August 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #81.]
B84.
Letter from W. R. Perkins, Alice, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1916, September 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning his fee from Orfila.]
B85.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), New York, to W. R. Perkins, Alice. 1916, September 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #84.]
B86.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza, New York, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, October 17:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning a cross-action suit by Orfila against Garrett with reference to Nealon and Hicks; referring to a letter from Cepeda to Hernandez about mortgages; concerning stocks from Alberto Stein; referring to Alberto Madero.]
B87.
Letter from O. Cepeda, Torreó, to R. L. Hernandez, New York. 1916, September 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Elosua's property in Monterrey.]
CCorrespondence 1917.
C1.
Letter from Frank N. Thayer, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, January 14:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking de la Garza to settle Thayer's account against Garrett and Orfila, with reference to Nealon.]
Ca.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to F. N. Thayer, El Paso. 1917, January 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #1.]
Cb.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to F. N. Thayer, El Paso. 1917, January 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking if he will give evidence for Orfila as to false entries in Garrett's books.]
C2.
Letter from Antonia, Laguna Ranch, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, February 16:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Describing her harvest, with references to Johnnie, Vidal, and Servando.]
C3.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Antonia G. de Orfila, Laredo. 1917, February 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the rental of Rancho Laguna to Lucinda, to be arranged by Raymundo.]
C4.
Letter from Antonia Orfila, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, February 28:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Concerning Mr. Hicks' suggestion that the case be appealed to the Supreme Court and answering #3.]
C5.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Antonia G. de Orfila, Laredo. 1917, March 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #4 and referring to a letter from Mr. Perkins for Raimundo.]
C6.
Letter from W. R. Perkins, Alice, to J. E. Orfila, Laredo. 1917, April 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to have Mr. Nealon or Mr. Hicks advise him what to do about the Garrett case at Kingsville.]
C7.
Letter from John E. Orfila, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, April 12:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Referring to #6.]
C8.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to S. C. de la Garza, New York. 1917, April 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
["…Nealon has wired Orfila to secure Hicks service…wire Servando to come to Kingsville…"]
C9.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to John E. Orfila, Laredo. 1917, April 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Advising him of Nealon's recommendation that Hicks be hired for the Garrett case.]
C10.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to John Orfila, Laredo. 1917, April 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the lawyer's fee for Hicks in the Garrett case.]
C11.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to S. C. de la Garza, New York. 1917, May 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the leasing of Laguna Ranch to Orfila.]
C12.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, May 12:
Extent 3l. Typed.
[Concerning the cases of Garrett vs. Orfila in Kingsvilla and Orfila vs. Garrett in El Paso, with references to Hicks, Raymundo, and Nealon; concerning the repartitioning of Rancho Laguna or its rental to Orfila.]
C13.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, May 21:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning the papers for the Garrett-Orfila court cases, with references to Hicks, Raymundo, and Thayer; advising that the settlement of the Rancho matter be delayed.]
C14.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, May 22:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning a mortgage, a letter to Raymundo from Nealon about the Orfila-Garrett lawsuit, an arrangement with Orfila about el Rancho, documents for Hicks, and merchandise from Haiti.]
C15.
Telegram from S. C. de la Garza, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
["Nealon says can not get jurisdiction on case until June fifteenth…"]
C16.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Antonia G. de Orfila, Laredo. 1917, June 11:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning Servando's arrangement of the Rancho matter, with reference to Raymundo.]
C17.
Letter from Marshall Hicks, San Antonio, to Jno. Orfila, Laredo. 1917, June 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking about the consolidation of the El Paso case with the Kingsville case.]
C18.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), New York, to Marshall Hicks, San Antonio. 1917, June 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #17 with reference to S. C. de la Garza, R. E. Navarro, and Mr. Teagarden.]
C19.
Letter from Antonia Garza Orfila, Laguna Ranch, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1917, June 20:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Answering #16, with reference to Lucinda, Raymundo, and John.]
C20.
Letter from Antonia, Laguna, to Ester G. de la Garza, n.p. 1917, June 20:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking her to visit.]
C21.
Letter from R. Navarro, San Antonio, to L. de la Garza (?), n.p. 1917, April 10:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Wishing him a happy birthday, mentioning Hipolito Villa, Medina, and Juan Garza.]
C22.
Telegram from John E. Orfila, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1917, September 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the employment of Hicks in the El Paso and Kingsville cases.]
C23.
Letter from A. G. Orfila, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1917, September 14:
Extent 4l. Handwritten.
[Mentioning the court cases and asking for a loan.]
C24.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to John E. Orfila, Laredo. 1917, September 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to have Hicks go through papers collected by Raymundo.]
C25.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), New York, to Antonia G. de Orfila, Laredo. 1917, September 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to #23 and #24.]
C26.
Letter from Antonia Garza Orfila, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1917, May:
Extent 5l. and envelope.
[Concerning the sale or rental of his share of the ranch, with reference to the Garrett case.]
C27.
Letter from John E. Orfila, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Laredo. 1917, September 23:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning Hicks and the cases in El Paso and Kingsville.]
C28.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Allenhurst, New Jersey, to John E. Orfila, Laredo. 1917, August 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to accompany Raymundo to the hearing of the Garrett case and mentioning the sale of the ranch.]
C29.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to John E. Orfila, Laredo. 1917, November 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning expenses for Orfila's trip to El Paso for the hearing and documentation for Hicks.]
C30.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to J. E. Orfila, El Paso. 1917, November 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money for expenses and files to be taken to Hicks.]
Ca.
Receipt for money received from L. de la Garza to be paid to John E. Orfila at El Paso, Texas. 1917, November 12:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
C31.
Telegram from John E. Orfila, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1917, November 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking if he can leave El Paso.]
C32.
Telegram from J. E. Orfila, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1917, November 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for an answer to a telegram.]
C33.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to John E. Orfila, El Paso. 1917, November 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning funds.]
C34.
Telegram from J. E. Orfila, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1917, November 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for money for expenses.]
C35.
Telegram from John E. Orfila, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1917, June 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the sale of Laguna Ranch.]
C36.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to John E. Orfila, Laredo. 1917, June 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #35.]
C37.
Figuring.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
C38.
Letter from John E. Orfila, Laguna Ranch, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1917, June 18:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking for money to go to El Paso.]
C39.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to John Orfila, Laredo. 1917, June 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing him that the trial has been postponed.]
C40.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to John Orfila, Laredo. 1917, June 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he will send funds.]
C41.
Letter from John E. Orfila, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1917, June 9:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking for money to go to El Paso.]
C42.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), New York, to John E. Orfila, Laredo. 1917, June 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Hicks and concerning information from Raymundo about the Garrett case in El Paso.]
C43.
Telegram from John E. Orfila, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, Allenhurst. 1917 (?), August 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Advising him to employ Hicks to handle the suits in Kingsville and El Paso.]
C44.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Allenhurst, to John E. Orfila, Laredo. 1917, August 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #43 and recommending that Orfila go with Raymundo to El Paso.]
C45.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Allenhurst, to John E. Orfila, Laredo. 1917, August 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Same as #44.]
C46.
Letter from Alejandro E. Navarro, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1917, November 8:
Extent 3l. Typed.
[Asking for a loan.] Handwritten note from John E. Orfila attached. [Asking him to help Alejandro and mentioning the case.]
C47.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), New York, to Antonia G. de Orfila, Laredo. 1917, November 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Mentioning Johnnie and dealing with a loan in the form of the transfer of the Laguna Ranch from Esther to Lucinda.]
C48.
Copy of #47.
C49.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), New York, to Antonia G. de Orfila, Laredo. 1917, November 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning loans for Lucinda.]
C50.
Copy of #47.
C51.
Letter from Antonia G. Orfila, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1917, November 19:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the settlement of John's case and Lucinda's loan, and mentioning Gongora and the Santa Rosa ranch.]
C52.
Letter from John E. Orfila, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1917, November 19:
Extent 4l. Handwritten.
[Giving an account of the Garrett trial, with emphasis on the account-books, referring to Thier, Nealon, and Raymundo.]
C53.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), New York, to John E. Orfila, Laredo. 1917, November 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the division of the money won in the Garrett case.]
C54.
Copy of #49.
C55.
Memo concerning bonds in the Garrett matter.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.

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L. de la Garza Correspondence 1914-1939 1932-1935.

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Wallet 8
AAdrián Aguirre Benavides Correspondence.
A1.
Letter from Moises Garza Ramos, C. Juárez, to Adrian Aguirre Banevides, Mexico, D. F. 1933, August 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the possibility of an out-of-court settlement between Lázaro de la Garza and Hipolito Villa.]
A2.
Letter from A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, October 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing him that the case is still in the courts and has not passed before the Ministerio Público; mentioning Rafael.]
A3.
Letter from A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, October 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the case before the Ministerio Público, which is being unfavorable influenced by Portes Gil; referring to Rafael.]
A4.
Letter from A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, November 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the suspension of the case by the Ministerio Público.]
A5.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 10:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Referring to #4; concerning character references about de la Garza for the Supreme Court; concerning Alberto, Madero's and Hipolito Villa's monetary claims against de la Garza; referring to Rafael.]
A6.
Letter from A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, November 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #5, giving his and Rafael's opinions about Alberto Madero's claims.]
A7.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to A. ??? Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 28:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Accusing Alberto of blackmail, referring to Lorenzo, Jose Farias and Rafael, and concerning ejidos to be made of El Capulín.]
A8.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 28:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Copy of #7.]
A9.
Letter from Adrian Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, December 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking whether to press for immediate sttlement of the cases before the Ministerio Público; concerning Rafael's position on the dispute with Alberto; advising de la Garza to consult Manuel Zertuche about the El Capulín ejidos, with reference to Jose Farias.]
A10.
Letter from A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, December 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning papers dealing with Perches Enriquez and the Agencia Financiera for the case before the Ministerio Público; concerning residents of El Capulín, with reference to Jose Farias.]
A11.
Letter from A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, December 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for a loan, with reference to Cepeda.]
A12.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F. 1934, January 2:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Answering #11, with reference to Hipolito Villa and Alberto Madero; referring to documents sent to Lorenzo; and saying that Arguelles supplied information on Hipolito.]
A13.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F. 1934, January 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking his opinion of correspondence with General Juan B. Vargas.]
A14.
Memorandum from General Juan B. Vargas, Cuernavaca. 1934, January 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for the return of two letters concerning Portes Gil with reference to Madero, Delgado, and Hipolito Villa.]
Aa.
Memorandum from L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, January 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #14.]
A15.
Letter from A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, January 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he has let the court case rest and mentioning the information from Arguelles with reference to Delgado and Gonzalez.]
A16.
Letter from A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, February 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a visit from an agent of the Ministerio Público and mentioning the ejidos.]
A17.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. E. 1934, February 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #16; asking whether he should matters from Torreón or go to Juárez; and referring to correspondence about the Hacienda El Capulín.]
A18.
Letter from A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, February 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Advising him to go to Juárez, and to consult Zertuche about ejidos at El Capulín.]
A19.
Letter from A. Aguirre, Benavides, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, March 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Assuring him that the case continues to rest, with references to Rafael.]
A20.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F. 1934, March 3:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Asking if he should go to Mexico to prepare his case, with reference to General Ortiz and to documents pertaining to Villa and Perches Enriquez; concerning Esteban Falcón in connection with El Capulín.]
A21.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F. 1934, March 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning his trip to Mexico to see Lic. de la Fuente and others; concerning documentation on Alberto Madero sent to Rafael.]
A22.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F. 1934, March 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning his trip to Mexico and referring to de la Fuente and General Ortiz.]
A23.
Letter from A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, March 6:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Assuring him that the case can be won in Juárez or appealed.]
A24.
Letter from A. Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, March 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that the case is not yet resolved.]
BRafael L. and Lorenzo L. Hernández Correspondence.
B1.
Letter from R. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, May 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the establishment of a business for the sale of fruit and wines and referring to Dr. Villareal and General Ortiz.]
B2.
Memo from R. L. Hernandez to whom it may concern. 1933, August 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that L. de la Garza is authorized to carry arms.]
B3.
Letter from R. L. Hernandez, Parras, to L. de la Garza, Mexico, D. F. 1933, August 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking about business, with reference to Adrian.]
B4.
Letter from R. L. Hernandez, Parras, to L. de la Garza, Mexico. 1933, September 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the decision against Lazaro in the District Court, with reference to Adrián, General Calles, Lorenzo, and de la Fuente.]
B5.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Mexico, D. F., to R. L. Hernandez, Parras. 1933, September 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Lorenzo and Aguirre Benavides and discussing his preparations for interviews with the President and the magistrates and Portes Gil.]
B6.
Letter from R. L. Hernandez, Parras, to L. de la Garza, Mexico, D. F. 1933, September 23:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning the decision of the court and a letter to one of the magistrates; concerning his grape crop and land for sale.]
B7.
Skipped.
B8.
Letter from R. L. Hernandez, Parras, to Paulino Machorro y Narvaez, Ministro de la Suprema Corte de la Nación, Mexico, D. F. 1933, September 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Providing a character reference for de la Garza.]
B9.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Mexico, to R. L. Hernandez, Parras. 1933, September 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Alberto.]
B10.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to R. L. Hernandez, Parras. 1933, September 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Thanking him for #8, asking about his business and referring to Alberto Madero and Delgado
B11.
Letter from R. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, October 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to the magistrate de la Fuente and giving an account of a conversation with Alberto Madero about the reclamation for the Madero Bros. of money used in the munitions deal, with references to Felix A. Sommerfeld, Agencia Comercial, Western Cartridge Co., Morgan, and Villa.]
B12.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to R. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F. 1933, October 19:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Giving his version of the dispute with Madero and referring to Rafael and Adrián in connection with an article in El Siglo; reference to F. A. Sommerfeld.]
B13.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to R. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F. 1933, October 20:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning a conversation between Jose Farias, L. de la Garza, and Alberto Madero in which Delgado and Hipolito were mentioned; referring to a letter from Juan Vargas about Villa; concerning the court case being handled by Adrián.]
B14.
Letter from R. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, October 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #13.]
B15.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to R. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F. 1933, October 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #14 and concerning the production of wine.]
B16.
Copy of #15.
B17.
Letter from R. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, October 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Relaying information from Adrian about the status of the case before the Ministerio Público; concerning a bond for a company; referring to the production of wine.]
B18.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to L. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 1:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Discussing the lawyers and his defense in his case before the Sixth District Court, with reference to Aguirre Benavides; concerning Ortiz' conferences in Mexico with Portes Gil, a magistrate, and the President.]
B19.
Copy of #18.
B20.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to L. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to accompany General Ortiz on his visits to intercede for de la Garza, with reference to Rafael and Adrian.]
B21.
Copy of #20.
B22.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Eulogio Ortiz, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Describing threats from Villa's agent if de la Garza refused to pay off the claims against him and concerning Ortiz' intercession with Portes Gil or the President, with references to Lorenzo and various lawyers.]
B23.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Eulogio Ortiz, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking Ortiz to intercede with the President on de la Garza's behalf.]
B24.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to L. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Ortiz and his interview with Portes Gil, with reference to Adrian.]
B25.
Letter from L. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, November 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he was unable to reach General and referring to Rafael and Alberto.]
B26.
Letter from Jose F. Farias, Torreón, to R. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 24:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Giving an account of interviews between Alberto Madero, Lazaro de la Garza and Jose Farias about the Madero Bros. claim, with references to Salvador Madero and Hipolito Villa.]
B27.
Letter from R. L. Hernandez, Parras, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, December 21:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Referring to the Villa case and to the export of his wines to the U. S.]
B28.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to L. L. Hernandez, Torreón. 1934, January 2:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Referring to General Ortiz; concerning a letter to Lic. de la Fuente and documents pertaining to the purchase of munitions for the Division of the North to be used in the Madero case, with references to Alberto, the Madero Bros., Hipolito Villa, Rafael, and José.]
B29.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to R. L. Hernandez, Parras. 1934, January 8:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning Alberto Madero's threats and attempts to influence Delgado and others against de la Garza; concerning information from Jose Arguelles about Hipolito Villa and his associates.]
B30.
Copy of #29.
B31.
Letter from L. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, January 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he believes the documents on the Agencia Comercial disprove Hipolito's claims; concerning Alberto's attempts to influence Lorenzo and Rafael against de la Garza; referring to de la Fuente and José Farias.]
B32.
Copy of #28.
B33.
Letter from R. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, February 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to the Agencia Financiera documents and to the conclusion of the court action according to Adrián.]
B34.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to L. L. Hernandez, Mexico, D. F. 1934, March 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the advisability of contesting Hipolito's claims in Juárez rather than in Mexico, in view of advice from Aguirre Benavides and Cepeda and of information from General Ortiz about Delgado.]
B35.
Copy of #34.
B36.
Skipped.
B37.
Letter from R. L. Hernandez, n.p., to Ricardo Couto, S. Corte de Justicia. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Interceding for L. de la Garza in the Agencia Financiera case.]
B38.
Letter from L. L. Hernandez, n.p., to Ricardo Couto, S. Corte de Justicia. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Same as #37.]
CAlberto Madero Correspondence.
C1.
Letter from Alberto Madero, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, November 4:
Extent 3l. & envelope.
[Concerning correspondence between Alberto Ernesto, Madero Bros. Inc., and de la Garza, as well as other documents, submitted to Rafael Hernandez pertaining to the contract with Western Cartridge Co. arranged by Sommerfeld.]
C2.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Alberto Madero, Chihuahua. 1933, November 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking questions about #1, with a reference to General Villa.]
C3.
Handwritten draft of #2.
C4.
Letter from Alberto Madero, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, November 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #2, with references to General and Hipolito Villa.]
C5.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Alberto Madero, El Paso. 1915, May 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a guarantee for the contract with Western.]
Ca.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Alberto Madero, El Paso. 1915, May 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for the balance owed on the Western contract.]
Cb.
Telegram from Madero Bros., New York, to Albert Madero, El Paso. 1915, May 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
["…paid today Lazaro Garzas draft… balance cartridge contract which was definitely signed…"]
Cc.
Letter from Ernesto, New York, to Alberto, n.p. 1915, May 7:
Extent 1l.
Concerning the Western contract, with reference to Remington and Winchester, Carranza and Villa.]
C6.
Letter from State National Bank, El Paso, to Alberto Madero, El Paso. 1915, May 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing him of a transferral of money to Madero Bros.]
C7.
Letter from Madero Bros. Inc., New York, to Alberto Madero, El Paso. 1915, May 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money from Guarantee Trust Co. for Sommerfeld.]
C8.
Letter from Alberto, El Paso, to Ernesto Madero, New York. 1915, June 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for receipts for money delivered to de la Garza and Sommerfeld.]
C9.
Letter from Madero Bros. Inc., New York, to Alberto Madero, El Paso. 1915, May 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money delivered to L. de la Garza and F. A. Sommerfeld as ordered by Ernesto Madero.]
C10.
Letter from Madero Bros. Inc., New York, to Alberto Madero, El Paso. 1915, July 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Supplying the documents requested in #8.]
C11.
Letter from Kraft & Madero, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1916, January 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to repay the money delivered to him in 1915.]
C12.
Deposition of Defendant Lazaro de la Garza in the case of Alberto Madero vs. Lazaro de la Garza in the Superior Court of the State of California in and for the County of Los Angeles. 1916, June 26:
Extent 5l. Typed.
C13.
Agreement between The Republic of France and Lazaro de la Garza transferring a contract with the Western Cartridge Co. from the latter to the former. 1915, November 22:
Extent 15l.
C14.
Memorandum by L. de la Garza relating action taken in April and May of 1915 by Alberto Madero in the purchase of arms and munitions and in the arrangement of a contract between Western Cartridge Co. of East Alton, Illinois, and L. de la Garza.
DOnésimo Cepeda Villareal Correspondence.
D1.
Letter from Fausto E. Miranda, El Paso, to O. Cepeda, México, D. F. 1933, June 30:
Extent 2l. & envelope. Typed.
[Saying that neither he nor Dr. Ortiz was able to obtain the data requested by Cepeda and Dr. Villareal for L. de la Garza, with a reference to Hipolito Villa.]
D2.
Letter from O. Cepeda V., México, D. F., to Fausto E. Miranda, El Paso. 1933, September 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for information about Daniel R. Delgado and Manuel Gonzalez for L. de la Garza.]
D3.
Letter from Fausto E. Miranda, El Paso, to O. Cepeda V., México, D. F. 1933, September 20:
Extent 1l. Typed. Photocopy.
[Answering #2 with references to Alberto Madero and Lic. Dominguez.]
D4.
Copy of #3.
D5.
Letter from O. Cepeda V., Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, October 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that the Ministerio Público has not rendered a decision in his case; concerning Stein and Chavez Aparicio in connection with the Sociedad de Préstamos y Descuentos.]
D6.
Letter from O. Cepeda V., Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, October 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the case before the Supreme Court and saying that Sr. Tamm is interested in real estate in Colonia del Valle offered by Compañia de Préstamos y Descuentos.]
D7.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to O. Cepeda, Mexico, D. F. 1933, October 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Préstamos y Descuentos; concerning Villa's civil wuit against de la Garza and Miranda's information on Delgado and Gonzalez; asking about his case before the Supreme Court.]
D8.
Letter from O. Cepeda V., Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, November 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #7 and providing sketches of real estate for sale.]
D9.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to O. Cepeda, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to a letter from Francisco Chavez Aparicio and concerning the sale of real estate to Tamm, Bredee, or Eric Dietz Schold.]
D10.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to O. Cepeda, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning real estate in Colonia del Valle.]
D11.
Letter from O. Cepeda, V., Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, November 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the Cía.de Préstamos y Descuentos, S. A. and the sale of its real estate holdings, with reference to Tamm and Chavez Aparicio; mentioning the Supreme Court.]
D12.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to O. Cepeda, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #11.]
D13.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to O. Cepeda, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning news from Adrián about the case being reviewed by the Ministerio Público.]
D14.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to O. Cepeda, Mexico, D. F. 1933, November 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for news of Préstamos y Descuentos, S. A., the sale of real estate in Colonia del Valle to Fritz Tamm, and Fausto Miranda's research on Villa.]
D15.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to O. Cepeda, Mexico, D. F. 1933, December 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning information from Arguelles about Delgado and Miranda.]
D16.
Letter from O. Cepeda V., Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, December 5:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Giving the costs of renewing the constitution and statutes of Cía. Préstamos y Descuentos, with a reference to Francisco Chavez Aparicio; mentioning Miranda and the agents of the Ministerio Público; concerning real estate sales to Sr. Tamm.]
D17.
Letter from O. Cepeda V., Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, December 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Sr. Tamm.]
D18.
Letter from O. Cepeda V., México, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, December 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning real estate in Colonia del Valle with reference to Adrián; concerning Cía. de Préstamos y descuentos and mentioning the matter before the Supreme Court.]
D19.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to O. Cepeda, Mexico. 1933, December 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #18.]
D20.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to O. Cepeda, Mexico, D. F. 1934, January 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning correspondence with Adrián, de la Fuente, and Lorenzo about the claims of Hipolito Villa; mentioning the case in the Supreme Court and the matter of Colonia del Valle.]
Da.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to O. Cepeda, Mexico, D. F. 1934, January 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the loan of a car to Eulogio Ortiz.]
D21.
Letter from O. Cepeda V., Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, February 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning land in Colonia del Valle with reference to Sr. Stein; concerning real estate in Torreón; answering #20a.]
D22.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to O. Cepeda V., Mexico, D. F. 1934, March 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #21 and referring to Adrián.]
D23.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to O. Cepeda V., Mexico, D. F. 1934, March 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning correspondence with Adrián and referring to de la Fuente.]
D24.
Letter from O. Cepeda V., Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, March 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the opinion of the Ministerio Público on the decision of the judge in de la Garza's case; referring to Ernesto's business with the Cía. Abastecedora de Aguas de Torreón; concerning property and a car belonging to de la Garza.]
EGeneral Correspondence.
E1.
Letter from B. Berlanger, Secretaria Oficial de Gobierno, Saltillo, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1932, July 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the surfacing of the Torreón-Matamoros highway.]
E2.
Letter from Nazario S. Ortiz Garza, Gobernador del Estado de Coahuila, Saltillo, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, February 10:
Extent 1l. & envelope.
[Concerning Esther de la Garza's nomination to represent the state of Coahuila, with arrangements to be made by Antonio de Juanbelz.]
E3.
Skipped.
E4.
Letter from Higinio Dávila, México, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, February 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Arranging an interview with de Juambelz.]
E5.
"Cuenta de Don Lazaro." 1933, May 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
E6.
Letter from Antonio de Juanbelz, Torreón, to The Mexico City Country Club, Mexico, D. F. 1933, May 13:
Extent 1l. & envelope. Typed.
[Introducing the de la Garza family.]
E7.
Letter from The Mexico City Country Club, Mexico, D. F., to Casino de la Laguna, Torreón. 1933, May 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Esther de la Garza.]
E8.
Letter from Casino de la Laguna, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Laredo. 1933, May 31:
Extent 1l. & envelope. Typed.
[Referring to correspondence with the Mexico City Country Club.]
E9.
Letter from Casino de la Laguna, n.p., to Mexico City Country Club, Mexico, D. F. 1933, May 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #7.]
E10.
Letter from Nazario S. Ortiz Garza, Saltillo, to L. de la Garza, Mexico, D. F. 1933, July 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to a letter for Isidoro Mijares, Recaudador de Rentas de la Ciudad de Torreón.]
E11.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Mexico, D. F., to José R. Argüelles, C. Juárez. 1933, July 4:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Describing Hipolito Villa's actions against de la Garza, with reference to Stein, Srta. Guerra, Lic. Portes Gil, Lorenzo Hernandez, Gral. Ortiz, Sr. Rodriguez Familiar; asking advice about Judge Samoano Flores; concerning power of attorney to Fausto Miranda, Carlos Salinas and Jenaro Garcia Nuñez.]
E12.
Letter from José R. Argüelles, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, Mexico, D. F. 1933, July 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he will hire Felipe Rodriguez Mayorga to defend de la Garza.]
E13.
Letter from José R. Argüelles, C. Juárez, to Felipe Rodríguez Mayorga, C. Juárez. 1933, July 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to assume de la Garza's defense.]
E14.
Letter from Felipe Rodriguez Mayorga, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, Mexico, D. F. 1933, July 6:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning de la Garza's defense, with reference to Argüelles, Miranda, Salinas, and García Nuñez.]
E15.
Letter from F. E. Alatorre, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, December 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning investigations in C. Juárez.]
E16.
Letter from Eulogio Ortiz, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Mexico, D. F. 1933, July 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a proposed interview with the President to discuss de la Garza's problems; referring to Amalia Guerra.]
E17.
Photocopy of #16.
E18.
Photocopy of #16.
E19.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Mexico, D. F., to Felipe Rodriguez Mayorga, C. Juárez. 1933, July 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #14.]
E20.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Mexico, D. F., to José R. Argüelles, C. Juárez. 1933, July 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #12.]
E21.
Letter from Eulogio Ortiz, Mexico, D. F., to Ridardo Couto, Mexico, D. F. 1933, July 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Interceding for L. de la Garza.]
E22.
Photocopy of #21.
E23.
Photocopy of #21.
E24.
Letter from Alberto J. Pani, México, D. F., to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1933, August 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Congratulating de la Garza on the betrothal of his daughter Esther.]
E25.
Letter from Higinio Dávila, Saltillo, to L. de la Garza, México, D. F. 1933, September 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he has sent Sr. Belloc to discuss de la Garza's case with the First Magistrate.]
E26.
Letter from A. de Juanbelz, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, México, D. F. 1933, September 18:
Extent 1l. & envelope.
[Offering to publish de la Garza's in the case before the Supreme Court.]
E27.
Photocopy of #26.
Extent 1l. Typed.
E28.
Letter from Stanley Hawks, Second Secretary of the Embassy of the United States, Mexico, to L. de la Garza, México, D. F. 1933, October 5:
Extent 1l. & envelope. Typed.
[Acknowledging receipt of a letter from de la Garza about his suit in the Supreme Court.]
E29.
Letter from Chris P. Fox, Office of Sheriff, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Mexico City. 1933, October 9:
Extent 1l. & envelope. Typed.
[Saying that he cannot investigate Daniel R. Delgado and Manuel E. Gonzalez.]
E30.
Letter from Stanley Hawks, Mexico, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, October 11:
Extent 2l. & envelope. Typed.
[Informing him that the U. S. Embassy cannot intervene for him with the Mexican Government.]
E31.
Letter from Donald Barker, Los Angeles, to Mrs. Dario Sanchez, Laredo. 1933, October 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to de la Garza's difficulties with Villa and concerning real estate.]
E32.
Letter from Almon A. Stowe, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, October 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning de la Garza's property in Los Angeles and mentioning the Depression.]
E33.
Letter from Luis Ortegon, Saltillo, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, October 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to deliver a bill of sale for property to José González Soto.]
E34.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Andrés L. Farías, México, D. F. 1933, October 30:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Asking for information on Delgado; referring to an article in El Siglo; referring to Rafael in connection with the Supreme Court case; concerning Alberto's claims in the munitions contracts, with references to Sommerfeld, Madero Hnos., Rafael, José, Zalvador Madero, and Alejandro.]
E35.
Copy of #34.
E36.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Eulogio Ortíz, México, D. F. 1933, November 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to intercede with the President in the Villa case.]
E37.
Telegram from Emigdio Montemayor, San Buenaventura, to A. L. Farias, Torreón. 1933, November 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for payment of Esther de la Garza's taxes.]
E38.
Telegram from Emigeio Montemayor, San Buenaventura, to Prestamos y Documentos, Torreón. 1933, November 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to #37.]
E39.
Letter from Luis Ortegón, Saltillo, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, November 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning taxes in San Buenaventura.]
E40.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Nazario S. Ortíz Garza, Saltillo. 1933, November 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning letters to influence the Magistrates of the Surpeme Court.]
E41.
Copy of #40.
E42.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Luis Ortegón, Saltillo. 1933, November 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning taxes.]
E43.
Letter from Eulogio Ortiz, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, November 15:
Extent 1l. & envelope. Typed.
[Concerning letters for the Magistrates of the Supreme Court.]
E44.
Letter from Eulogio Ortiz, Torreón, to CC. Magistrados de la Suprema Corte&, México, D. F. 1933, November 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to L. de la Garza.]
E45.
Letter from Camara de Propietarios de Torreón to Presidente Municipal, Torreón. 1933, November 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that L. de la Garza and others will represent the Camara at the inauguration of the Governor of Coahuila.]
Ea.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Fernando de la Fuente, México, D. F. 1933, January 2:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning documentation from the Agencia Comercial about Hipolito Villa's claims, with references to Ignacio Perches Enriquez, Francisco Villa, Francisco Escodero, Lic. Sodi, Lic. Garza Ramos, and Sr. Gonzalez.]
E46.
Letter from Eulogio Ortiz, Torreó, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, March 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning his interview with E. Falcón.]
E47.
Letter from Eulogio Ortiz, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1934, March 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Lorenzo Hernandez, Ildefonso L. Blanco, and the President.]
E48.
Letter from a minister of the Suprema Corte de Justicia de la Nación. 1934, July 24:
Extent 1l. & envelope. Typed.
[Thanking him for a gift.]
E49.
Article in "La Opinion", Torreón. 1935, October 31:
Extent 2l. Printed.
"Declaraciones del Sr. L. de la Garza; se refiere a 'La Fantástica historia de diez millones de dólares'".]
E50.
Letter from Secretario de Guerra y Marina, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1936, June 17:
Extent 1l. & envelope. Typed.
[Referring to Vargas.]
E51.
Letter from Alejo Gonzalez Gonzalez, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1936, May 26:
Extent 1l. & envelope. Typed.
[Wishing him happiness on his saint's day.]
E51.
Letter from Camara Agricola, Torreón, to CC. Magistrados de la Suprema. Corte…, México, D. F. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Interceding for de la Garza in the Villa case.]
E52.
Letter from Camara de Propietarios, Torreón, to CC. Magistrados de la Suprema Corte…, México, D. F. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Same as #51.]
E53.
Croquis de la Had. de "El Capulin", propiedad de la Sra. Esther Garza de la Garza––Estado de Coahuila, Mexico.
Extent 1l.
E54.
Periodico oficial, organo del gobierno constitucional del estado independiente libre y soberano de Coahuila de Zaragoza. Tomo XLVI, num 61. 1939, August 2:
Extent 4l. Printed.
[Includes a resolution by the Federal Departamento Agrario for the foundation of ejidos for the community of "El Capulin, municipality of San Buenaventura.]
FDefense for the appeal of the Villa vs. de la Garza decision.
F1.
History of the conflict between Lazaro de la Garza and Hipolito Villa, with reference to Francisco Villa, Venustiano Carranza, and Victoriano Huerta. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
F2.
Revision of #1.
Extent 1l. Typed.
F3.
Defense advanced to the Judge of the Sixth District of Distrito Federal by L. de la Garza against action of the Second District Court in the State of Chihuahua, C. Juárez. Amparo no. 469-33. 1933, July 6:
Extent 19l. Typed.
F4.
Copy of #3.
Extent 15l.
F5.
Letter from C. M. Foucher, México, D. F., to C. Juez Sexto de Distrito del D. F. 1933, August 24:
Extent 3l. Typed.
[Concerning defense no. 469/933, advanced by L. de la Garza against acts of the Director of the Penitentiary, the Justice of the C. Juárez District, the First Justice of the Distrito Federal District, attorney general of the Republic, and Chief of the Federal Judicial Police, with reference to Hipolito Villa, Francisco Villa, Daniel R. Delgado, Manuel E. Gonzalez, and Lic. Aguirre Benavides.]
F6.
Letter from D. R. Delgado, Mexico, to the Sixth District Judge. 1933, August 16:
Extent 3l. Typed.
[Concerning L. de la Garza's demands against the Justice of the Second District Court, with reference to Hipolito Villa.]
F7.
Letter from D. R. Delgado, Mexico, D. F., to C. Juez Sexto de Distrito. 1933, August 3:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Accusing L. de la Garza of a breach of confidence with Hipolito Villa.]
F8.
Affidavit concerning the collection by D. R. Delgado of debts owed by L. de la Garza to Hipolito Villa. 1933, June 9:
Extent 3l. Typed.
F9.
Copy of #5.
Extent 2l.
F10.
Copy of #6.
F11.
Copy of #7.
Extent 1l.
F12.
Copy of #8.
Extent 2l.
F13.
Deposition by Adrian Aguirre Benavides, Mexico, D. F., before the Sixth District Judge. 1933, August 5:
Extent 9l. Typed.
[Asking that he reverse the decision against L. de la Garza of the Jusge of the District of Cd. Juárez.]
F14.
Copy of #13.
Extent 14l.
F15.
Decision of the Sixth District Judge of Distrito Federal in case 469/33 advanced by L. de la Garza Against the Judges of the District of Cd. Juárez, Chihuahua and other officials.] 1933, August 20:
Extent 6l. Typed.
F16.
Copy of #15.
F17.
Plea by L. de la Garza to the Sixth District Judge that he refoke his decision of August 20 in his case against the Second District Judge of Cd. Juárez. 1933, September 6:
Extent 10l. Typed.
F18.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Mexico, D. F. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Hipolito Villa's claims against de la Garza.]
F19.
Copy of #17.
Extent 19l.
F20.
English translation of #17.
Extent 18l.
F21.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), C. Juárez, to Hipolito Villa, C. Juárez. 1914, July 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money from General Villa.]
F22.
Copy of #21.
F23.
Copy of #21.
F24.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), C. Juárez, to Hipolito Villa, C. Juárez. 1914, July 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money for the Agencia Comercial.]
F25.
Copy of #24.
F26.
Copy of #24.
F27.
Letter from Hipolito Villa, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Acknowledging receipt of money for the account of Francisco Villa with reference to Sr. Garrett.]
F28.
Copy of #27.
F29.
Copy of #27.
F30.
Memorandum submitted to the Ministers of the Supreme Court for the appeal of the suit advanced by Hipolito Villa against L. de la Garza. no date:
Extent 7l. Typed.
F31.
Memorandum relative to the intervention of Daniel Delgado in the lawsuit of Hipolito Villa. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
F32.
Copy of #31.
Extent 2l.
F33.
Requirements for an individual to obtain a license to carry arms. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
F34.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Mexico, D. F., to Oficina Jurídica del Departamento Central. 1933, September 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for a license for a pistol.]
F35.
Copy of #34.
F36.
Copy of #34.
F37.
Memorandum. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concernint the Empresa Electrica, a suit against the governor of the State by the Compañía Ganadera de Palomas, legal difficulties of a doctor, the decision of a customs official, and divorce laws.]
F38.
Letter from O. Cepeda V., México D. F., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1935, July 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to #39.]
F39.
Certification by F. Parada Gay of the decision of the Supreme Court of the Nation in the case brought by L. de la Garza against the Judges of the Second District of Chihuahua and other officials. no date:
Extent 6l. Typed.
F40.
"El Comercio", El Paso and C. Juárez. Año VIII, no. 373. 1935, October 27:
[Containing an article about Hipolito Villa's accusation of L. de la Garza, the "Mujeres y Deportes" article supporting Villa, and L. de la Garza's reply.] 2 copies. 8 Pages each.

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Wallet 9
A"Correspondencia importancia de la División del Norte."
A1.
Telegram from Bryan, Washington, D. C., to G. C. Carothers, El Paso. 1914, January 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to speak to General Villa about the confinement of General Terrazas.]
A2.
Telegram from Silvestre Terrazas, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, January 15:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning affairs in Ojihaga, with reference to General Villa.]
A3.
Letter from Albert B. Fall, Three Rivers, New Mexico, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, January 15:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Interceding for the release of members of the family of General Luis Terrazas.]
A4.
Letter from Albert B. Fall, Washington, D. C., to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, January 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to General Villa and Luis Terrazas.]
A5.
Comprobante certifying the delivery of money to Rafael Aguirre Benavides. 1914, January 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
A6.
Memo from General Aguirre Benavides, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, January 27:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Ordering the delivery of money to R. Aguirre Benavides, as authorized by General Villa.]
A7.
Telegram from Francisco Villa, Chihuahua, to General Aguirre Benavides, C. Juárez. 1914, January 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Authorizing him to receive money from L. de la Garza.]
A8.
Handwritten copy of #7.
A9.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Yves Lelevier, Douglas, Arizona. 1914, March 12:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Telling him to advise V. Carranza that General Villa is to accompany General Angeles in the campaign against Torreón.]
A10.
Telegram from Angeles, Gomez Palacio, to Diaz Lombardo, Paris. 1914, April 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that money has been sent.]
A11.
Letter from V. Carranza, C. Juárez, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cartridges for Gen. Chao.]
A12.
Letter from A. Sanchez, Laredo, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, April 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the fall of Torreón, with reference to Villa, Carranza, and Huerta.]
A13.
Comprobante certifying payments made for the account of General Eulalio Gutierrez. 1914, May 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
A14.
Receipt by Ausencio Rios for money from L. de la Garza for the account of General Gutierrez. 1914, April 9:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
A15.
Receipt by Ernesto Rios, C. Juárez, for money from L. de la Garza. 1914, April 9:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
Aa.
Receipt by E. Rios, C. Juárez, for money from L. de la Garza to be used in the service of General Gutierrez. 1914, April 20:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
A16.
Certification of payment by Agencia Comercial to Felipe Hesse for goods delivered to General P. Natera. 1914, May 14:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
A17.
Customer's order blank for goods ordered by L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, from Kelly & Pollard, El Paso. 1914, May 8:
Extent 2l. Typed.
A18.
Certification of payment for Norfolk suits bought from Solberg, El Paso. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
A19.
Letter from Manuel Carlos de la Vega, Sombrerete, Zac., to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, April 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning supplies for General P. Natera to be delivered by Felipe Hesse.]
A20.
Telegram from V. Carranza, Durango, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, May 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Requesting machinery to restamp banknotes and funds to pay the soldiers.]
A21.
Telegram from V. Carranza, Durango, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, May 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning banknotes and wages for the soldiers.]
A22.
Letter from F. Moye, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, July 23:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the establishment of the Banco del Estado, with references to General Villa, Terrazas, and Carranza.]
A23.
Letter from Ernesto Fernandez y Arteaga, San Antonio, to L. de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1914, July 27:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Recommending that Coronel Miguel Albores be made governor of the state of Chiapas.]
A24.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Ernesto Fernandez y Arteaga, San Antonio. 1914, August 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #23.]
A25.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to V. Carranza, Mexico City. 1914, August 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Congratulating him on his entry to the capital.]
A26.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to V. Carranza, Mexico City. 1914, September 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing him of the expected departure of American troops from Veracruz.]
A27.
Letter from S. Terrazas, Chihuahua, a quien corresponda. 1914, October 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for safe-conduct to Torreón for L. de la Garza.]
A41.
Note from M. Diaz Lombardo, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza (?), n.p. no date:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning ransom for Fr. Worcester, with reference to Sr. Cobb.]
A42.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Miguel Diaz Lombardo, Chihuahua. 1915, April 15:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Askinghim to free Worcester, with reference to Sr. Cobb, Bryan, and General Villa.]
A43.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to V. Carranza, Saltillo. 1915, December 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the surrender of the Villista faction.]
A44.
Letter from Andres G. Garcia, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1915, December 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the surrender of various chiefs of the División del Norte.]
A45.
Telegram from V. Carranza, Saltillo, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1915, December 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #43.]
A46.
Account of the División del Norte with L. de la Garza from January 10, 1915. 1915, October 11:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
A47.
Handwritten draft of #46.
Extent 3l.
BJosé Garza Zertuche correspondence.
B1.
Telegram from J. Garza, Los Angeles, to de la Garza, Del Monte, California. 1914, August 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Transcribing a message from General Villa.]
B2.
Skipped.
B3.
Skipped.
B4.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Agencia de Emigracion, C. Juárez. 1914, December 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking that Jose Garza Z. be issued a passport.]
B5.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to José Garza Z., C. Juárez. 1915, March 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Mentioning Servando in connection with telegraph equipment.]
B6.
Telegram from Jose Garza Z., n.p., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1915, March 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning, shipments of goods and mentioning Servando.]
B7.
Skipped.
B8.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, April 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning insurance, real estate, and money from the Commercial Agency for the State Bank at Torreón.]
B9.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, April, 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #8 and referring to Cepeda and to a deal with de la Fuente.]
B10.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, April 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning exchange rates for money, shipment of cotton and ixtle, money for Rodriguez and Sepulveda and from Gomez, and wireless sets for Raul; referring to Mr. Lynch.]
B11.
Telegram from. J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, April 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning de la Fuente's water rights, with reference to Cepeda; concerning arrangements by Lynch for the shipment of cotton.]
B12.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to J. Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, April 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #10.]
B13.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, April 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Rio Grande Bank.]
B14.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, April 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Sepulveda, Villarreal, General Villa, and Lynch.]
B15.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza, El Paso. 1915, April 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning de la Fuente's property, with reference to Cepeda.]
B16.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, April 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Cepeda and the de la Fuente deal; concerning duties on cotton; referring to Villarreal.]
B17.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, April 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking about arms from Shelton-Payne.]
Ba.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, April 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the value of money and cotton sales; referring to Andres and to General Rodriguea; concerning shares of a mine offered by Gallo.]
B18.
Letter from S. Zertuche, Laredo, to José Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, April 30:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Concerning a business proposal for Lazaro and the establishment of an iron foundry.]
B19.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, May:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the purchase of State money and referring to the Clapp-Eastham Co. of Boston.]
B20.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[In code.]
B21.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning payment of Parsons Chemical Co.; referring to Navarro, Lucinda, Julio, Cepeda, and Hernandez.]
B22.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, May 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Julio, asking about the money market, and advising him to buy shares from Gallo.]
B23.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, May 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Sepulveda.]
B24.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #22.]
B25.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, May 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the money market, Telina's auto, and a letter from Sepulveda in Spain.]
B26.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #25 and concerning Cepeda's arrangement of the de la Fuente deal.]
B27.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Evaristo Madero, Jesus Hernandez, and General Villa.]
B28.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Copy of #27.]
B29.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a letter from Spain asking for a recommendation for the Japanese ambassador; referring to Urias Gonzalez.]
B30.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., El. Paso. 1915 May 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking if Emilio will send a letter of recommendation to the ambassador for Sepulveda and mentioning the Urias Gonzalez contract.]
B31.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Sepulveda's recommendation.]
B32.
Letter from J. Garza Z., n.p., to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning correspondence with Sepulveda, with Foster about zinc, with Aylsworth Agencies of San Francisco, with F. Moye about the administration of the Bank, with Metalurgica, with Cia. Constancia, with the manager of the Ferrocarriles Constitucionalistas about Calderas, and with Salas; concerning money from Jesus Maria Rodriguez.]
B33.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning letters from Sepulveda, Emilio's recommendation for the Ambassador, Carranzista money for sale by Ricardo, and zinc from Foster.]
B34.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), New York, to Jose Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, May 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning cartridges from Esteva Ruiz & Co. and Edward K. Tryon Co., shipped by Southern Pacific and Pennsylvania Railroad, with references to Alberto Madero and Mr. Kayser.]
B35.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, May 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Ricardo Sepulveda; concerning zinc from Foster; asking for information from Salas about Metalurgica.]
B36.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Sepulveda and to Emilio's wire to the ambassador.]
B37.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Valdespino and Nieto in connection with the Agency and concerning the value of Villista currency.]
B38.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, May 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money for Valdespino and Elosua.]
B39.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money.]
B40.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to make recommendations for managers for branch banks.]
B41.
Telegram from J. Garza, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the value of money and bank business, with reference to Raimundo.]
B42.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Madero in connection with the Agency; concerning the value of Villista currency.]
B43.
Telegram from J. Garza, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the value of money.]
B44.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza, El Paso. 1915, May 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking about exchange rates of money.]
Ba.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #44.]
B45.
Telegram from. J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning supplies for Berumen for the telegraph station; answering #44.]
B46.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza, El Paso. 1915, May 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Berumen.]
B47.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza, El Paso. 1915, May 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Servando and asking about the wireless.]
B48.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Nationalist money.]
B49.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Raul and to Vidal; concerning the telegraph stations.]
B50.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, May 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning telegraph stations.]
B51.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, St. Louis. 1915, May 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning payment for munitions by Alberto or the Agency; giving exchange rates for money.]
B52.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to Rafael L. Hernandez, New York. 1915, June 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Lazaro.]
B53.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, June 28:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the confinement at Fort Bliss of Huerta Orozco.]
B54.
Telegram from Cia. Minera "La Constancia" S. A., Esmeralda, Coahuila, to Jose Garza Z., C. Juárez. 1915, June 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Lazaro.]
B55.
Telegram from Enrique Salas, Esmeralda, to Jose Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, June 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Lazaro.]
B56.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to S. C. de la Garza, San Antonio. 1915, July 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning mining and shipment of ores, with references to Foster, Ginther, Ramon, and Lazaro.]
B57.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Coronado Beach, California. 1915, July 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[In code.]
B58.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Coronado. 1915, July 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a trip to Washington by Garza and Cepeda to see Eliseo.]
Ba.
Telegram from Lawyer, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Coronado. 1915, July 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking if he should accompany Pepe to Washington.]
Bb.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Coronado, to O. Cepeda, El Paso. 1915, July 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering, #58a.]
B59.
Telegram from Garza, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, San Francisco. 1915, August 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing him that Sommerfeld and Valdespino say that Villa is angry with de la Garza; referring to Alberto.]
B60.
Skipped.
B61.
Telegram from J. Garza Z., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, September 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a contract with Ginther; mentioning Villa's murder of Urbina; referring to Raul.]
B62.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., El Paso. 1915, September 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning shipments from Constancia; concerning Ginther's contract.]
B63.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., Los Angeles. 1915, September 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the sale of merchandise.]
B64.
Telegram from Garcia, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning munitions for Obregon.]
B65.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning funds from Obregon.]
B66.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., Los Angeles. 1915, October 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning negotiations for a contract.]
B67.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Manoil's contract.]
B68.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., Los Angeles. 1915, October 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[In code.]
B69.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., Los Angeles. 1915, October 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to #67.]
B70.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 3:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning money to cover a contract.]
B71.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza, Z., Los Angeles. 1915, October 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning shipping instructions for Manoil and Thomas Rhein.]
B72.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money for the contract.]
B73.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 6:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning transferrals of money; concerning housing for the Garzas and Navarros; referring to Servando.]
B74.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., Los Angeles. 1915, October 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning contract negotiations by Garza with the Europeans.]
B75.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the Western contract negotiations.]
B76.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to José Garza Z., Los Angeles. 1915, October 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the delivery of cartridges and the contract with the English commission.]
B77.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to José Garza Z., Los Angeles. 1915, October 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning goods in St. Louis.]
B78.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning shipping documents.]
B79.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York, 1915, October 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning shipments of goods and shipping documents.]
B80.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking about the "nonshipment" of goods.]
B81.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza, Z., Los Angeles. 1915, October 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #80.]
B82.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning negotiations with a buyer in San Francisco.]
B83.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to José Garza Z., Los Angeles. 1915, October 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning goods in St. Louis.]
B84.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the contract with the English commission and negotiations in California.]
B85.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to José Garza Z., Los Angeles. 1915, October 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning deliveries of goods.]
B86.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning shipping instructions, with reference to Manoil.]
B87.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning shipments of goods.]
B88.
Telegram from Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1915, October 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning shipping operations.]
B89.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to Jose Garza Z., Los Angeles. 1915, October 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning payment for shipments of goods.]
B90.
Letter from J. Garza Zertuche, Boston, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1918, July 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a check from A. Iselin y Cía de New York.]
B91.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to J. Garza Z., Nogales, Arizona. 1918, December 17:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Discussing Alberto Madero's claims against de la Garza as proxy for Francisco Villa, with a reference to Ernesto and Salvador Madero and Carranza.]
B92.
Letter from J. Garza Zertuche, Nogales, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1918, December 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #91.]
CJuan B. Vargas and "Mujeres y Deportes."
C1.
Letter from Juan V. Vargas, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1919, May 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for an answer to his telegrams.]
C2.
Copy of #1.
C3.
Copy of #1.
C4.
Copy of #1.
C5.
Telegram from Juan V. Vargas, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1919, May 12:
[Asking to see him to seek advice.]
CTelegram from Juan V. Vartas, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1919, May 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking to see him on a business matter.]
C6.
Letter from Vargas, Calexico, California, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1919, July 11:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning money to be delivered to el Jefe, and the conflict between the Carrancistas and the Villistas, with a reference to Hipolito.]
C7.
Telegram from Juan V. Vargas, Calexico, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1919, July 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for money.]
C8.
Letter from Vargas, Calexico, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1919, July 14:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Telling him that this is his chance to set theings right with el Jefe.]
C9.
Letter from J. B. Vargas, Durango, Durango, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, October 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Vargas' trip to Tehuacán to see General Calles.]
C10.
Letter from Juan B. Vargas, Durango, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, November 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to #9 and to a trip to Torreón.]
C11.
Letter from J. B. Vargas, Durango, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1933, November 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to #10.]
C12.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Juan B. Vargas, México, D. F. 1933, December 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Vargas' business in Tehuacán and mentioning an essay.]
C13.
Copy of #12.
C14.
Letter from Administracion de Correos, Torreón, to Administrador de Correos y Telégrafos, Mexico, D. F. 1934, February 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a registered letter to General Juan B. Vargas, from L. de la Garza.]
C15.
Memorandum from L. de la Garza (?), Cuernavaca, to General Juan B. Vargas, n.p. 1935, January 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for the return to Lic. Portes Gil of two letters which were given to Madero and used in attempts to collect money for Hipolito, with a reference to Delgado.]
C16.
Complaint presented to the Procurador de Justicia del Distrito Federal by Lazaro de la Garza against General Juan B. Vargas and the editors of "Mujeres y Deportes" and "Novedades" for defamation of character and calumny. no date:
Extent 11l. Typed.
C17.
Copy of #16.
Extent 10l.
C18.
Rebuttal of Lazaro de la Garza to the accusations of Juan B. Vargas, including facsimiles of letters from Vargas from 1919 to 1933. no date:
Extent 4l. Typed.
C19.
Memorandum about the summary of correspondence between the Banco del Estado de Chihuahua and L. de la Garza, with references to the directors of said bank, the Governor of the State, and General Francisco Villa, proving that de la Garza's corplaint against Vargas is justified. no date:
Extent 3l. Typed.
C20.
Announcement to the public of Torreón, refuting the claims of General Juan B. Vargas which he published in "Novedades,""El Siglo de Torreón," and "La Opinión." 1938, October 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
C21.
Copy of #20.
C22.
Copy of #20.
C23.
Copy of #20.
C24.
Copy of #20.
C25.
Announcement in "Mujeres y Deportes" of an upcoming article in "Novedades" about "The Man who robbed Pancho Villa of 10 million dollars." no date:
Extent 1l. Printed.
C26.
Article in unidentified newspaper publishing L. de la Garza's telegram responding to #25. no date:
Extent 1l. Printed.
C27.
Letter postmarked Torreón to L. de la Garza, Torreón. no date:
Extent 1l. & envelope. Handwritten.
[Offering information to be used against General Vargas.]
DDonald Barker: Madero vs. de la Garza.
D1.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Donald Barker, Los Angeles. 1916, August 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing him of Alberto Madero's proposal that their disagreement be settled out of court, and sending, telegrams sent to Jose F. Farias containing evidence about money left with Madero.]
D2.
Article from the Los Angeles Evening Herald. 1916, June 17:
Extent 2l. Printed.
[Describing Alberto Madero's claims against L. de la Garza, with reference to Felix Sommerfeld.]
D3.
Article from the Los Angeles Examiner. 1916, June 18:
Extent 2l. Printed.
[Reporting on a suit filed by Alberto Madero to recover money from Lazaro de la Garza, connected with a deal with the Western Cartridge Co.]
D4.
Letter from L. de la Garza, North Asbury Park, New Jersey, to Donald Barker, Los Angeles. 1916, August 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning action by Madero's attorney and referring to Mr. Smyth.]
D5.
Letter from Donald Barker, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, North Asbury Park. 1916, September 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #4.]
D6.
Letter from Donald Barker, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, N. Asbury Park. 1916, September 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the deposition requested by de la Garza.]
D7.
Letter from Donald Barker, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1916, September 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Mr. de Ruffo's mortgage and Alberto Madero's complaint.]
D8.
Letter from Donald Barker, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, October 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Madero's second amended complaint.]
D9.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Donald Barker, Los Angeles. 1916, October 27:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Giving his reply to what Madero published in the Examiner.]
D10.
Letter from L. de la Garza, (?), n.p., to Antonio Elosua, San Diego, California. 1917, January 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning two promissory notes extended to Elosua and Alberto Madero.]
D11.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Donald Barker, Los Angeles. 1918, December 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Claiming that the signature of Francisco Villa appearing in the Times of December 7 is forged.]
D12.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Donald Barker, Los Angeles. 1919, March 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the Promissory note of Antonio Elosua and Alberto Madero.]
D13.
Letter from Donald Barker, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1919, March 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #12.]
D14.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Donald Barker, Los Angeles. 1919, March 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Proposing a suit against Antonio Elosua, with reference to Alberto Madero and R. E. Navarro.]
D15.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Rio Grand Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1918, January 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning promissory notes signed by Antonio Elosua, Alberto Madero, and Eliseo Ruiz.]
D16.
Letter from Rio Grand Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1919, January 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #15.]
D17.
Unsigned promissory note, promising to repay L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, December 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
D18.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Antonio Elosua, San Diego. 1919, April 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the note signed by Elosua and Madero.]
D19.
Translation of a letter from Antonio Elosua, San Diego, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, May 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Sending him a new promissory note.]
D20.
Letter from Rio Grand Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, May 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning payment for National Bank bills purchased from the bank; concerning Alberto Madero's signature on a note.]
D21.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Rio Grand Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1917, May 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking them to have Madero sign a new note.]
D22.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1917, February 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Madero's refusal to sign the new note or pay the old one.]
D23.
Letter from Rio Grand Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, February 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that Elosua is supposed to handle the promissory note signed by Madero.]
D24.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Rio Grande Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso. 1917, February 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking them to have Madero pay the old note or sign a new one.]
D25.
Letter from Rio Grand Valley Bank & Trust Co., El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, February 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Madero and Ruiz.]
D26.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Donald Barker, Los Angeles. 1919, March 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for an explanation of the statute of limitations as regards Madero and Elosua.]
D27.
Letter from Donald Barker, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1919, March 22:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Answering #26.]
D28.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), New York, to Donald Barker, Los Angeles. 1919, May 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing him of communications with Vargas, an agent of Villa, and asking about the Madero case.]
D29.
Letter from Donald Barker, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1919, May 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #28.]
D30.
Letter from the Second Assistant Secretary of State, Washington, D. C., to L. de la Garza, New York. 1919, June 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Concerning a letter from Villa to de la Garza.]
D31.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Donald Barker, Los Angeles. 1919, December 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning collection of the loan to Madero and Elosua.]
EVidal de la Garza.
E1.
Telegram from V. de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1915, March 27:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning a message from General Villa.]
E2.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1914, August 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning mining taxes, with reference to Enrique Salas and Ing. Villarreal; concerning a car for General Villa and mules to be sent to Torreón.]
Ea.
Letter from L. de la Garza, on board Pacific Limited #20, to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1914, August 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning gifts for Juanita T. de Villa and her sister.]
Eb.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1914, September 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Esther and confirming #2.]
E3.
Letter from V. de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning mules for Hacienda La Concha, with references to Generals Villa and Rosalio Hernandes.]
E4.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1914, September 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning flour mills in Chihuahua.]
E5.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Vidal de La Garza, Chihuahua. 1914, October 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning storage of cotton, with reference to Hernandez and General Villa.]
E6.
Letter from V. de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, October 3:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Answering #4; concerning mules for La Concha, money for Hernandez for wages and the cotton harvest; referring to Villa Carranza, and Esther.]
E7.
Telegram from Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1914, October 31:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Transcribing a message from Alfredo Farias about funds for Navarro.]
E8.
Telegram from V. de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, November 25:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning money from Emilio.]
E9.
Telegram from V. de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, November 29:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning money for Hernandez.]
E10.
Telegram from V. de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, November 28:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Referring to #8.]
E11.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Vidal de la Garza, n.p. 1914, December 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Balandrano.]
E12.
Letter from V. de la. Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, December 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Lazaro's account and asking for money to pay the employees of the telegraph station.]
E13.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1914, December 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #12.]
E14.
Telegram from V. de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the various mining companies.]
E15.
Telegram from V. de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, February 23:
[Asking him to exchange American money for billetes del Estado.]
ETelegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to V. de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1915, February 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering The previous telegram.]
E16.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1915, February 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning money for issuing currency and buying coal, with references to General Villa and Sr. Vargas.]
E17.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1915, March 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Jose F. Sepulveda and Vargas.]
E18.
Telegram from V. de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1915, March 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a check from J. Murray.]
E19.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1915, March 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #18.]
E20.
Letter from V. de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, May 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning business with Pedro Lobo and messages from the General Director of the National Telegraph Office and the Military Governor of the State.]
E21.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1915, May 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #20.]
E22.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1915, June 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he is coming to Torreón.]
E23.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1915, June 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Rafael Gallo's mine.]
E24.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1915, June 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for a copy of his accounts and of transactions with the Banco del Estado de Chihuahua.]
E25.
Telegram from V. de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1915, June 18:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking how long he will be in Torreón.]
E26.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1915, June 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #25.
E27.
Letter from [no author] n.p., to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1915, June 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a letter for Lazaro.]
E28.
Letter from V. de la Garza, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, June 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a check from la Compañia Metalúrgica de Torreón and the purchase of billetes del Estado; referring to Pepe and Hernandez.]
E29.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Vidal de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1915, July 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #28, with reference to Cepeda.]
E30.
Letter from Francisco Villa, Casas Grandes, Chihuahua, to Vidal de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, October 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Regretting Vidal's decision to move to the United States, with a reference to Lazaro.]
E31.
Telegram from V. de la Garza, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, February 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Giving a train schedule.]
FRichard H. Cole.
F1.
Letter from Richard H. Cole, New York, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1921, December 22:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Thanking him for a letter and an article from a Mexican newspaper mentioning Carranza.]
F2.
Letter from Robert M. Mockay, New York, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1922, March 31:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Mentioning Mr. and Mrs. Cole.]
F3.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Richard H. Cole, New York. 1922, April 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Acknowledging a letter from Mrs. Cole.]
F4.
Letter from Richard H. Cole, Washington, D. C., to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1922, April 9:
Extent 1l. & envelope. Handwritten.
[Referring to the Colonel and to the situation in Washington.]
F5.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Richard H. Cole, Washington, D. C. 1922, April 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #4 and mentioning the sale of land in Mexico by Terrazas.]
F6.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Col. Robert M. Mockay, New York. 1922, April 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #2.]
F7.
Letter from Richard H. Cole, Pasadena, California, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1922, August 14:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Informing him of the recent visit of Secretary Huerta to Washington, where he was introduced to General Ryan, Senator James E. Watson of Indiana, John E. Todd of Ohio, Ralph H. Cole, William R. Wilcox, Vice-President Calvin Coolidge, Senator Bursun, President Harding, Secretary of State Hughes, and Senator Cameron; asking him to arrange a meeting with Fugueroa and Palavichini.]
F8.
Copy of #7.
F9.
Letter from Richard H. Cole (?), Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1922, August 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Granting de la Garza permission to use as he pleases any information received from Cole on the Mexican situation.]
F10.
Copy of #9.
F11.
Handwritten draft of #9.
F12.
Letter from Richard H. Cole, St. Louis, to L. de la Garza, n.p. 1922, December 15:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Inviting de la Garza on an expedition to his mines in Arizona to meet with some "prominent capitalists" and discuss the Mexican situation.]
F13.
Handwritten notes describing Mr. Cole's connections in Washington with President Harding, Senator James E. Watson, John Todd, Attorney General Daugherty, General Ryan, Bursun, and Vice-President Coolidge; asking the person to whom the note is addressed to visit Cole with Pesqueira to get information for Obregon and Huerta.] no date:
F14.
Letter from de la Garza. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Giving information about Senator James E. Watson, John Todd, William R. Willcox, Secretary of State Hughes, Ralph H. Cole, and Senator Bursun, all of whom talked with Secretary Huerta in Washington.]
GEmiliano López Figueroa.
G1.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to E. Lopez Figueroa, Mexico, D. F. 1922, January 28:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning articles in El Heraldo Mexicano and The Los Angeles Times which refer to Cole and President Harding; mentioning President Obregon.]
G2.
Letter from E. Lopez Figueroa, Mexico, D. F., to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1922, February 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #1.]
G3.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Emiliano Figueroa, Mexico, D. F. 1922, February 23:
Extent 1l. Handwr.
[Concerning business which should interest Figueroa.]
G4.
English translation of #3.
G5.
Telegram from E. L. Figueroa, Mexico, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1922, February 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #3.]
G6.
English translation of #5.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
G7.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Emiliano Lopez Figueroa, Mexico, D. F. 1922, June 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Denying the implication made by "El Universal" that he is involved in a plot to overthrow the government.]
G8.
Copy of #7.
G9.
Letter from E. Lopez Figueroa, Mexico, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1922, June 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #7, with a reference to a message from Cole to Palavicini about General Obregon.]
G10.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Emilio Lopez Figueroa, Mexico, D. F. 1922, July 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Introducing, Robert B. Lammens, Concrete Engineer.]
G11.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Emiliano Lopez Figueroa. 1922, July 30:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning Richard Cole and his association with President Harding, Hughes, Vice-President Coolidge, and Senator Watson.]
G12.
Copy of #11.
G13.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Emiliano Lopez Figueroa. 1922, July 30:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Supplying information and opinions about Richard Cole, with references to Sra. Watson, General Ryan, and President Harding.]
G14.
Copy of #13.
G15.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Emilio Lopez Figueroa. 1922, July 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Richard Cole's associations with President Harding, Senator Watson, Vice-President Coolidge, General Ryan, and de la Huerta; rough translation of #13.]
G16.
Copy of #15.
G17.
Telegram from Ryan, New York, to Richardson Cole, Pasadena. 1922, June 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a conference with oil companies.]
G18.
Letter from J. A. Ryan, New York, to Richard H. Cole, Pasadena. 1922, July 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Photostat. [Concerning de la Huerta's meetings with Secretary of State Hughes, Senator Bursun, and others.]
G19.
Telegram from H. O. Bursum, Washington, D. C., to R. H. Cole, Pasadena. 1922, July 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Photostat. [Concerning de la Huerta's and Ryan's conferences with the President and the Secretary of State, and with Todd, Cameron, and Bursum.]
G20.
Telegram from General Ryan, New York, to Richard H. Cole, Pasadena. 1922, July 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Photostat. [Giving his address.]
G21.
Memo. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Giving his opinion of Cole and mentioning letters sent by Cole about de la Huerta and Ryan.]
G22.
Copy of #21.
G23.
Copy of a memorandum written by Richard Cole. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Mr. Cole's personal acquaintance with President Harding, Senator Watson, John Todd, and Vice-President Coolidge, and his dealings with Ryan and de la Huerta.]
G24.
Copy of #23.
G25.
Letter from E. Lopez Figueroa, Mexico, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1922, August 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #13.]
G26.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Emiliano Lopez Figueroa, Mexico. 1922, August 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Supplying additional information on Mr. Cole, with reference to Obregon and de la Huerta.]
G27.
Copy of #26.
G28.
Revision of #26.
G29.
Copy of #28.
G30.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Emiliano Lopez Figueroa, Mexico, D. F. 1922, August 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning California bankers interested in investments in the Pacific Coast region of Mexico.]
G31.
Copy of #30.
G32.
Letter from E. Lopez Figueroa, Mexico, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1922, August 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #30.]
G33.
Letter from L. de la Garza, (?), Los Angeles, to E. Lopez Figueroa, Mexico. 1922, September 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #32 and inviting him to visit Los Angeles.]
G34.
Copy of #33.
G35.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Emiliano Lopez Figueroa, Mexico, D. F. 1922, December 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Announcing a visit to Mexico.]
G36.
Copy of #35.
HMining transactions.
H1.
Letter from [M. E. ?] Navarro, Almalaya, to L. de la Garza, Jimenez, Chihuahua. 1905, March 24:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the sale of shares of the Fortuna mines and the formation of a single agency of mines, with references to Lorenzo.]
Ha.
Letter from [M. E. ?] Navarro, Almalaya, to L. de la Garza, Jimenez. 1905, March 30:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the sale of stocks, with reference to Francisco Rueda Quijano.]
H2.
Letter from F. F. Villarreal, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, Jimenez. 1905, April 26:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning shares of Fortuna mine, offered by Mr. Morgan.]
H3.
Letter from Enrique Salas, Esmeralda, to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1913, September 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a loan by the Compamy to el Teniente Colonel Apolonio Cano, the chief of the Constitutionalist forces which took over Esmeralda; concerning a contract with Mr. Gates of American Smelting & Refining Co.]
Ha.
Telegram from Enrique Salas, Esmeralda, to Brestamos y Descuentas, S. A., C. Juárez. 1921 (?), September 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for funds from American Smelting.]
H4.
Letter from Fco. Rueda Quijano, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, May 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
Proposing the purchase of metals from mines in order to transport them to the foundry.]
H5.
Receipt by S. F. Fisk, El Paso, for money received of L. de la Garza. 1914, June 10:
H6.
Letter from R. R. Foster, and S. T. Fisk, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, June 24:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Proposing the construction of telegraph stations for the government.]
H7.
Letter from Henry Weber, El Paso, to Carlos Moser, El Paso. 1914, June 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the purchase of ores from the Ejercito Constitucionalista in Mexico.]
H8.
Letter from José Rivera, Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, August 17:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Transcribing a letter from Enrique Salas of Cia Minera "La Constancia" about a check from de la Garza.]
H9.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Jose Rivera, Torreón. 1914, September 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #8.]
H10.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), New York, to Madero Bros. Inc., New York. 1915, May 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning payment for metals delivered to Cia. Metalurgica de Torreón by Cia. Minera. "La Constancia."]
H11.
Letter from P. N. Moore, St. Louis, to American Zinc Co., St. Louis. 1915, May 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Introducing L. de la Garza and J. F. Farias.]
H12.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Phillip N. Moore, n.p. 1915, May 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning visits to zinc plants.]
H13.
Letter from Cia Minera "La Constancia", Saltillo, to L. de la Garza, Esmeralda. 1915, July 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning deliveries to Metalurgica and exportation of zinc, with a reference to E. Salas.]
H14.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Esmeralda, to Marcelino Garza, Saltillo. 1915, July 8:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning metals from Cia. Parreña and Cia Constancia, invoices to be sent to the Treasury, and zinc exports to the United States.]
Ha.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Esmeralda, to Guillermo Purcell y Cia. Sucs., Saltillo. 1915, July 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #13.]
H15.
Letter from J. D. Guinn, International Coal Mines Co., Eagle Pass, to S. C. de la Garza, San Antonio. 1915, July 13:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning coal for a proposed smelter.]
H16.
Letter from Ernesto Madero, New York, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, July 27:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning the establishment of a zinc smelter and the purchase of coal from Olmes Coal Company Mines.]
H17.
Letter from L. de la Garza, San Francisco, to Ernesto Madero, New York. 1915, August 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #16.]
H18.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, n.p., to R. R. Foster, El Paso. 1915, August 30:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the Saltillo contract.]
H19.
Telegram from R. R. Foster, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, St. Louis. 1915, August 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #18; concerning Empire Zinc Co.; referring to Ginther in connection with Prestamos y Descuentos.]
H20.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, St. Louis, to R. R. Poster, El Paso. 1915, August 31:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for clarification of #19.]
H21.
Telegram from R. R. Foster, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, St. Louis. 1915, September 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #20.]
H22.
Telegram from J. Hernandez, Torreón, to R. R. Foster, El Paso. 1915, October 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Salas and Jose.]
H23.
Letter from W. B. Gates, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1915, December 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning orders from Enrique Salas for American Smelting & Refining Co. and for Antonio Herrera; Referring to the government of Carranza.]
H24.
Letter from Pedro Lobo, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, April 2:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Referring to La Constancia and to Villa.]
H25.
Letter from Enrique Salas, San Buenaventura, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, December 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning Ing. Cepeda's report on the San Pedro mine and referring to Villa's mistreatment of Salas and his family.]
H26.
Letter from Enrique Salas, San Buenaventura, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, January 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Confirming #25, referring to the reorganization of de la Garza's holdings, and informing him of needs of the mine.]
H27.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Enrique Salas, San Buenaventura. 1917, January 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #26.]
H28.
Letter from Pedro Lobo, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, March 3:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Referring to Cepeda's report and asking for money to cover the costs of a trip to Chihuahua.]
H29.
Letter from Enrique Salas, San Buenaventura, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, March 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning business of Prestamos y Descuentos with Urias; referring to Cepeda's report; concerning company accounts in the hands of Gutierrez and Castañeda Garcia; suggesting that he purchase shares of the mine La Sultana or San Miguel de Sierra Mojada.]
H30.
Letter from Pedro Lobo, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, March 18:
Extent 4l. Handwritten.
[Thanking him for money; referring to Villa; providing reports on the mine San Pedro en el Valle and those in Parral.]
H31.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Pedro Lobo, El Paso. 1917, January 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #30.]
H32.
Letter from Pedro Lobo, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, March 29:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning mines in Parral; referring to Villa.]
H33.
Letter from Pedro Lobo, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1917, April 14:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the purchase of shares of the San Pedro and Parral mines.]
H34.
Letter from Enrique Salas, San Buenaventura, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, April 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Cepeda; concerning zinc mines and mentioning La Sultana mine.]
H35.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Pedro Lobo, El Paso. 1917, April 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that Prestamos y Descuentos will not purchase the Parral mines recommended by Cepeda; mentioning information from Enrique Salas about mines in Sierra Mojada.]
H36.
Letter from Pedro Lobo, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, April 22:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Answering #35.]
H37.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Pedro Lobo, El Paso. 1917, April 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #36.]
H38.
Letter from Pedro Lobo, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, April 29:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Referring to Salas; concerning the Parral mines.]
H39.
Notes concerning the shipment of metals from Cia. Parrera, with reference to Foster, Lobaton, Salas, and Farias. no dates:
Extent 4l. Handwritten.
H40.
Share no. 000324. Cia. Minera "La Constancia," S. A. signed by L. de la Garza, Gerente and R. R. Foster, Superintendente.
Extent 1l.
IGenealogy of the de la Garza family.
I1.
Letter from José Angel Benavides, San Pedro de las Colonias, Coah., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1912, September 12:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Giving an account of the history of the Benavides family.]
I2.
Letter from Atilano de la Garza, Muzquiz, Coah., to L. de la Garza, Torreón. 1912, September 12:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Giving a list of the descendents of Jesús de la Garza and their spouses.]
I3.
Letter from Juan F. de la Garza, Laredo, to Emeterio de la Garza, New York. 1921, October 8:
Extent 8l. Typed.
[Giving the history of the de la Garza family from the sixteenth century.]
I4.
Letter from B. F. Johnson, Inc., Washington, D. C., to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1921, October 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the publishing of a book about de la Garza's ancestry.]
I5.
Notes on the Farias, Hernandez, de la Garza, and Benavides families. no date:
Extent 3l. Handwritten and Typed.
JNewspaper clippings: 1916-1920.
J1.
New York Times, page 20. 1916, December 31:
[Concerning insurgence against the Carranza government, including reports of action by Villa, Felix Diaz, Manuel Palaez, Murguia, Obregon, Jose Isabel Robles, and the Cedillo brothers; reporting a statement by John W. Roberts that various factions, represented by L. de la Garza, Adrian Aguirre Benavides, and Generals Carlos Dominguez, Felix Diaz, Alfredo Sarratos, and Manuel Chao, are planning to unite against Carranza.]
J2.
Teh Los Angeles Times, Part II, page 1. 1918, December 6:
[Concerning a suit filed by Alberto Madero against L. de la Garza, to recover, for Francisco Villa, money paid by J. P. Morgan for the purchase of a Western Cartridge Co. contract.]
J3.
The Los Angeles Times, Part II, page 1. 1918, December 7:
[Giving L. de la Garza's answer to Alberto Madero's charges (with pictures).]
J4.
El Heraldo de Mexico, Los Angeles, California, page 1. 1918, December 7:
[Concerning the suit filed by Madero for Villa against L. de la Garza; saying that General Francixco Murguía and his forces are on their way to Chihuahua to aid General Villa in his attack on that city.]
J5.
El Heraldo de Mexico, Los Angeles, page 1. 1918, December 10:
[Mentioning de la Garza's rebuttal to Madero's charges (with pictures).]
J6.
El Heraldo de Mexico, Los Angeles, page 1. 1918, December 12:
[Giving de la Garza's statement to the American press concerning Madero's charges.]
J7.
El Universal. 1919, January 1:
[Saying that General Villa is trying to regain money from former financial agents, including de la Garza, in order to retire to private life.]
J8.
Los Angeles Evening Express, page 1. 1919, March 27:
[Concerning de la Garza's filing of an answer to Madero's suit, alleging that Villa is an enemy of the United States and cannot be represented in its courts; also mentioning the filing of a countersuit for the amount due on a promissory note signed by Alberto Madero and Antonio Elosua.]
J9.
Los Angeles. no date:
[Same as #8.]
J10.
El Heraldo de Mexico, Los Angeles, page 1. 1919, April 1:
[Saying that Madero's suit against de la Garza was thrown out of court.]
J11.
Los Angeles Examiner, page 3: 1920, February 15:
[Concerning reports that Francisco Villa is demanding that the United States turn de la Garza over to him in return for the release of Americna hostages.]
KMiscellaneous.
K1.
Results of an audit of the books of Sr. Lázaro de la Garza on August 31, 1911.
Extent 1l. Handwritten. 3l.
K2.
Letter from Eliseo Ruiz, Mexico, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, April 8:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning David Russek's journey to El Paso to collect money owed by de la Garza to Marcos Russek, with references to Mauro de la Peña and Pascual Borque.]
K3.
Letter from M. E. de la Garza (?), C. Juárez, to George C. Carothers, C. Juárez. 1914, May 27:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Giving the names of those involved in the authorization of cotton exports, including Mauro de la Peña.]
K4.
Telegram from E. G. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, June 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking if she can buy an automobile and mentioning the fall of Zacatecas.]
K5.
Telegram from Samuel Colton, Washington, to Jose Garcia, C. Juárez. 1914, July 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for funds.]
K6.
Letterr from Pablo C. Renard, San Antonio, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, August 2:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Asking for work in repairing railroads and bridges between C. Juárez and Chihuahua.]
K7.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Pablo C. Renard, San Antonio. 1914, August 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Telling him to contact Eusebio Calzado, in answer to #5.]
Ka.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Pablo Renard, San Antonio. 1914, August 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Confirming #6.]
K8.
Letter from L. de la Garza, on board Atlantic Coast Mail #4, to Jesus Ma. Rodriguez, El Paso. 1914, August 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he is moving to New York.]
K9.
Letter from Pablo C. Renard, San Antonio, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, September 6:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Answering #7.]
K10.
Letter from Fausto Gutierrez, La Concha, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1914, September 27:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Concerning the planting of wheat and cotton on the Haciendas La Concha, Albia, and La Union.]
K11.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Leo Rosenfeld, n.p. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking about ventilating systems.]
K12.
Receipt from New York Post Office for a registered letter from L. de la Garza, Hotel Knickerbocker, to W. Cooley, El Paso. 1914, September 29:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
Ka.
Telegram from W. Cooley, El Paso, to de la Garza, New York. 1914, October 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning ventilating systems.]
K13.
Letter from Eliseo Ruiz, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Chihuahua. 1914, October 27:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to have the Mexican-American Trading Co.'s strongbox sent to C. Juárez from the Casino de la Laguna.]
K14.
Check from Esther G. de la Garza on the Rio Grande Valley Bank … Trust Co., El Paso, to Jose F. Sepulveda. 1915, March 12:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
K15.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Atilano de la Garza, San Antonio. 1915, April 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a letter recommending Atilano to General Rosalio Hernandez; mentioning General Pereyra.]
Ka.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Rosalio Hernandez, Piedras Negras, Coah. 1916, April 8:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Recommending Atilano de la Garza.]
K16.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Torreón, to Andres L. Farias, Torreón. 1915, June 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the imprisonment of Anacleto Davila.]
K17.
Recounting of correspondence from July 7 to August 10. 241 entries. 1915:
Extent 41l. Typed.
K18.
Letter from J. S. Chocdeud, New Orleans, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, September 14:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Giving his opinion of Villa.]
K19.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, New York, to E. G. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1915, September 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Referring to Servando.]
Ka.
Telegram from Gala Z. de la Garza, El Paso, to Esther G. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1915, October 22:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Wishing her happiness.]
K20.
Note marked paid by L. de la Garza with mention of Wm. C. Potter and E. Madero. 1915, October 19:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
Ka.
Telegram from Francisco Urquidi, New York, to L. de la Garza, San Antonio. 1915, October 25:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning instructions for Farias.]
K21.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to The First National Bank, El Paso. 1915, November 29:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning his insurance policies.]
K22.
Letter from E. Arredondo, Washington, D. C., to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1915, November 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Advising him to have his lawyer, Onesimo, intercede with Carranza or the Ministerio de Governación about difficulties with the Torreón authorities concerning his property.]
K23.
Letter from E. Lopez Figueroa, New York, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1915, December 2:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Announcing the birth of a son and congratulating de la Garza on the completion of the cartridge deal.]
Ka.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to E. Lopez Figueroa, New York. 1915, December 29:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #23.]
K24.
Letter from Andres L. Farias, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, March 8:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning real estate in Torreón and mentioning Hernandez.]
K25.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Andres L. Farias, Los Angeles. 1916, March 9:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the mortgages of A. L. Farias y Hno. which have been transferred to Cia. de Prestamos y Descuentos, S. A.]
K26.
Copy of #25.
K27.
Letter from F. Gonzalez Garza, New York, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, March 21:
Extent 3l. Handwritten.
[Asking de la Garza to help him out of financial difficulties caused by the revolution.]
K28.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to F. Gonzalez Garza, New York. 1916, April 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering, #27.]
K29.
Letter from F. Gonzalez Garza, New York, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, May 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning de la Garza's proposed trip to New York.]
K30.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to F. Gonzalez Garza, New York. 1916, May 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Saying that he finds it impossible to help Gonzalez Garza.]
K31.
Letter from San Francisco Art Association, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1916, July 5:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the purchase of paintings.]
K32.
Letter from Banco Nacional de Mexico, Sucursal en Torreón, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1916, September 6:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning promissory notes delivered to Alberto Stein, one of which was signed by Sra. Lucinda G. Vda. de Navarro.]
K33.
Letter from L. de la Garza, Los Angeles, to Andres Farias, Laredo. 1916, October 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning a check for Sra. Maria F. Vda. Elosua; informing him of rumors in Washington that Robles has gone to the South to subdue those rebelling against Carranza; asking that Andres send a sworn statement about a mortgage to Alberto Stein.]
K34.
Letter from J. Isabel Robles, Juquila, Oaxaca, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1916, October 18:
Extent 2l. Handwritten.
[Concerning the new revolution.]
Ka.
Photocopy of #34.
Extent 1l.
K35.
Letter from L. J. Canova, Washington, D. C., to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, February 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning negotiations in new York, activities of Robles in Mexico, his opinion of General Villa, and mentioning Marx, Maytorena, Lujan, Carusso, and Ambassador Fletcher.]
K36.
Letter from Volney M. Brown, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1917, February 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Advising him to file suit against Felix Tiblier to obtain five cases of rifles.]
K37.
Letter from L. de la Garza, n.p., to Volney M. Brown, El Paso. 1917, March 7:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #36.]
K38.
Letter from Brown & Wilchar, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, March 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Acknowledging receipt of #37.]
K39.
Letter from Brown & Wilchar, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, March 12:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning action by the Justice Department to secure the release of Tiblier's rifles.]
K40.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), n.p., to Brown & Wilchar, El Paso. 1917, March 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #38 and #39.]
K41.
Letter from Brown & Wilchar, El Paso, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, March 20:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning the rifles.]
K42.
Letter from V. Carranza, Mexico, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, September 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Telling him to contact the Secretaría del Estado about a decree of amnesty.]
K43.
Letter from L. de la Garza, New York, to Venustiano Carranza, Mexico, D. F. 1917, November 17:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #42, with a reference to Sra. Esther Garza de la Garza and her sister Marís Garza de la Peña.]
K44.
Letter from Pragedis de la Peña, Los Angeles, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1918, August 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Thanking him for sending letters.]
K45.
Letter frow L. de la Garza (?), New York, to Venustiano Carranza, Mexico, D. F. 1918, October 18:
Extent 2l. Typed.
[Asking permission to return to Mexico, with reference to Villa and Huerta.]
K46.
[Certification of permission for L. de la Garza to reenter Mexico, granted by Miguel Angel Rojina, Secretaría de Governación. 1919, February 26:
Extent 1l. Typed. Photocopy.
K47.
Letter from Hipólito Villa, Torreón, to Andres L. Farias, Mexico D. F. 1921, November 26:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing him of his return f from the north.]
K48.
Letter from Department of State, Washington, D. C., to the Diplomatic and Consular Officers of the U. S. A. 1924, March 28:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Introducing Lazaro de la Garza and his family, at the urging of Tasker L. Oddie, Senator from Nevada.]
K49.
Receipt from the Los Angeles Examiner for money received from L. de la Garza, Villa le Coteau, France, for the delivery of the paper. 1926, April 1:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
K50.
Letter to J. Arreola, El Paso. no date:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Mentioning a conversation with Alberto.]
K51.
Letter from Andres L. Farias & Hno., Torreón, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914, August 1:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Notifying him of a payment to Fernando Briones for wages for de la Garza's domestic servants.]
K52.
Receipt by Fernando Briones, Torreón, for money from Andres L. Farias y Hno. 1914, August 1:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
K53.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), Los Angeles, to Andresl. Farias Y Hno., Torreón. 1914, August 14:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Answering #51.]
K54.
Telegram from Emilio Madero, to L. de la Garza, C. Juárez. 1914 (?), November 16:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for new currency.]
K55.
Telegram from L. de la Garza, C. Juárez, to Emilio Madero, Torreón. 1914, November 18:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning wireless communication between Juárez, Chihuahua, Jimenez, Torreón, and Saltillo.]
K56.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Emilio Madero, Torreón. 1914, November 19:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Introducing Manuel Hoyos.]
K57.
Letter from F. Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1914, December 21:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Mentioning Pedro Franco Ugarte.]
K58.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Emilio Madero, Torreón. 1915, January 2:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Introducing Saturnino Urias Gonzales.]
K59.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to Oficina de Inmigración, C. Juárez. 1915, January 3:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for safe-conduct to Torreón for O. Cepeda.]
K60.
Letter from F. Avila, Chihuahua, to L. de la Garza, El Paso. 1915, January 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning de la Garza's message to General Villa about enemy money within occupied territory.]
K61.
Letter from L. de la Garza, El Paso, to General Raul Madero, n.p. 1915, January 30:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Introducing Atilano de la Garza, who has served under General Villa.]
Ka.
Telegram from O. Cepeda, El Paso, to I. Hernandez, Torreón. 1915, September 23:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking him to cover a check to Dr. Martinez.]
K62.
Letter from Emilio (?) Madero, n.p., to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1915, December 11:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Asking for a loan, with shares of la Cia Agricola y Ganadera de San Evaristo as a guaranty.]
K63.
Letter from L. de la Garza (?), New York, to A. E. Navarro, El Paso. 1916, November 15:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning firewood and mentioning Raymundo.]
K64.
Letter from S. C. de la Garza, New York, to L. de la Garza, Los Angeles. 1917, March 10:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Informing him of a loan from the American government to the Carranza regime, and advising him to invest his money in Naica.]
K65.
Letter from Ernesto Madero, New York, to L. de la Garza, New York. 1918, November 4:
Extent 1l. Typed.
[Concerning rival claims of de la Garza and Madero Bros. Inc. for 66 barrels of logwood extract, with a reference to American Smelting … Refining Co.]
K66.
Detail of returned checks from the Deutsch Sudamerikanische Bank, the Banco Nacional de México, and the Banco de la Laguna.
Extent 1l. Typed.
K67.
Unidentified letter concerning circulation of Banco del Estado currency and payment of soldiers, mineworkers, and industrial workers.
Extent 2l. Typed.
K68.
Pamphlet. 1920, August 26:
Extent 19 pp.
"A message from Mexico" Address given by General Salvador Alvarado, at Bankers Club, New York.
LUnidentifiable papers.
L1.
Letter concerning a prisoner taken in Bermejilo by Coronel Sixto Ugalde, and the ransom demanded for him.
Extent 1l. Typed.
L2.
"Gastos en el mes de Junio."
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
L3.
Confirmed telegrams. 1915, June 26:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
[Concerning currency transactions and checks on Rio Grande Bank.]
L4.
Telegram about a derailed train on which sr. Madero was a passenger.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
L5.
Memo with with dates and figures.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
L6.
"Receipt for paper." November 23, December 3.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
L7.
Memo with dates and figures.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
L8.
Same as #7.
L9.
Memo about costs and wages.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
L10.
Stamps attached to a memo from the Banco de Coahuila, March 21, 1914.
Extent 1l.
L11.
Stationary from Hotel Sheldon, El Paso, with "Mahoney" written at the top.
Extent 1l.
L12.
Deciphered messages.
Extent 5l. Handwritten.
L13.
Memo about costs and wages.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
L14.
Memo about the Treasury. 1914, December 19:
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
L15.
Memo about Mexican money, mentioning Miguel A. Casale, Luis Cantu Gonzalez, and Lic. Cepeda.
Extent 1l. Typed.
Also: List of checks from September 21, 1914 to January 5, 1915.
L16.
List of various letters written in 1914 and 1915.
Extent 1l. Handwritten.
L17.
Memo about a lawsuit.
Extent 1l. Typed.
L18.
Part of a letter about agriculture and the value of money.
Extent 2l. Typed.

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