First Edition. Good. Item #4977
Merida, Yucatan, Mexico: La Revista de Yucatan, 1919. Octavo; 187pp. Illustrated Wraps. Black and white photographs.Text in Spanish.
A chronicle of the 1910 rebellion of Valladolid, often referred to as the spark of the Mexican Revolution. Menendez was accused of sedition and inciting a rebellion, and he eventually fled to Cuba. In 1918 Menendez returned to Merida to produce his magazine, but the office and equipment were destroyed by a mob in 1924. Eventually Menendez managed to establish the Diario de Yucatan, which is still in production today.
Wraps are heavily worn and chipped. Separated near crown, but binding is holding. Cover has been repaired along edges. Pages are toned and brittle.