Wordless Wednesday: Postcards from Mexico, Part 1

Benita (McGinnis) McCormick (1889 – 1984)
Phillip C. McCormick (1892 – 1981)

“Tipos Mexicanos,” or “Mexicans,” reads the
caption at the bottom.  1937; from Benita
(McGinnis) McCormick’s scrapbook

My great aunt and great uncle, Benita and Phillip McCormick, were enamored of Mexico and bought quite a few postcards during their visit there, mailing a number of them to their son and daughter, Phillip “Bud” and Jane.  These first two samples begin a series of their artistic and historic collection.


Taxco, Mexico.  1937; from Benita (McGinnis) McCormick’s scrapbook.

To read the other installments in this series, please click on the links below:

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