Citation
Juan Bautista Córdova and family

Material Information

Title:
Juan Bautista Córdova and family
Series Title:
Latinos/Hispanics in Colorado Collection ;
Creator:
Yost, Hope Gallegos
Colorado Society of Hispanic Genealogy
Publication Date:
Language:
zxx

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Mexican Americans -- Pictorial works -- Colorado ( lcsh )
Mexican Americans -- 1890-1900
Hispanic Americans -- Pictorial works -- Colorado ( lcsh )
Hispanic Americans -- 1890-1900
Women -- Pictorial works -- Colorado ( lcsh )
Women ( lctgm )
Hispanic American families -- Pictorial works -- Colorado ( lcsh )
Families ( lctgm )
Older people -- Colorado -- Pictorial works ( lcsh )
Pictorial works ( lctgm )
Genre:
Portrait photographs. ( gmgpc )
Studio portraits. ( aat )
Group portraits. ( gmgpc )
Group portraits. ( aat )
Digital images. ( aat )
Digital images. ( gmgpc )
Portrait photographs ( gmgpc )
Studio portraits ( aat )
Group portraits ( gmgpc )
Group portraits ( aat )
Digital images ( aat )
Digital images ( gmgpc )

Notes

Summary:
Studio portrait of Magdalena Córdova, daughter of Juan Bautista Córdova, and his wife, María Quirina Sánches. Magdalena wears a long dress with leg of mutton sleeves, and velvet trim. Her hair is curled and pulled back. She stands beside her father who is seated in a chair; he wears a suit and bow tie, his hair is receding and he is clean shaven. His wife, María wears a dark silk dress with slightly puffed sleeves and a crocheted bertha collar.
Additional Physical Form:
Image File:
Funding:
Digitization sponsored by the Library Services and Technology Act and the Center for Colorado & the West at Auraria Library.
System Details:
Mode of access: World Wide Web.
General Note:
Content derived from inventory prepared by Dana EchoHawk.
General Note:
From inventory: "Juan Bautista Córdova was born in 1830. In his early years, Juan freighted for the U.S. Army making annual trips to St. Louis, Missouri hauling freight for the Fort Garland Army Post. He married María Quirina Sánches and they raised their daughter Magdalena in the confines of the Purgatory Canyon. He established Red Rocks Plaza (known as Piedras Coloradas), referred to as the Cordova Plaza. The Plaza was composed of an extended family with Juan serving as patron. He relocated to Hoehne and Model, Colorado, and in 1910 the plaza was abandoned." (Courtesy of Hispanic Pioneers in Colorado and New Mexico).
General Note:
Scanned image from loaned collection.
General Note:
Source: loan, Colorado Society of Hispanic Genealogy, 2010.
General Note:
Scan of photograph from: Hispanic pioneers in Colorado and New Mexico / Colorado Society of Hispanic Genealogy, 2006. Source: Hope Gallegos Yost.
General Note:
Title derived from inventory.

Record Information

Source Institution:
Auraria Library
Holding Location:
Auraria Library
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
664568449 ( OCLC )
AUR-2233
ocn664568449