United States-Mexico border crossing, Calexico, [1927?]
- United States-Mexico border crossing, Calexico, [1927?]
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- Los Angeles Times
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Possibly related to the article, “No Permit Needed at Mexican Border.” Los Angeles Times, 6 Jul. 1927. The article states: Calexico, July 5--Tourists who enter Mexico at this port for brief visits will no longer be required to secure card permits … or July 14, 1927, “New Regulations in Force at Border.” Calexico, July 13--Stringent new regulations requiring that all Americans crossing the international line to Mexicali secure a special permit was announced today …
Bird's-eye view of United States-Mexico border crossing, with 2 security booths, about 6 cars and 1 truck, about 6 pedestrians, with building with arcade on Mexican side, other buildings foreground and background, and sign arching over road reading "Mexico." Other signs read: "Tome cerveza," "Drink Beer," "Mexicali," "Southern Club Cafe," "Special Fried Chicken Dinners," "Cafe Gabrinus," "Climax Cafe," "San Dieg[o]"
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- b&w nitrate negative
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