Citation
Wedding portrait, José Amarante García and Teodora Espinosa

Material Information

Title:
Wedding portrait, José Amarante García and Teodora Espinosa
Series Title:
Latinos/Hispanics in Colorado Collection ;
Creator:
Gallegos, Frank
Colorado Society of Hispanic Genealogy
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Mexican Americans -- Pictorial works -- Colorado ( lcsh )
Mexican Americans -- 1880-1890
Hispanic Americans -- Pictorial works -- Colorado ( lcsh )
Hispanic Americans -- 1880-1890
Sheriffs -- Pictorial works -- Colorado -- Conejos ( lcsh )
Sheriffs ( lctgm )
Brides -- Pictorial works -- Colorado -- Conejos ( lcsh )
Brides ( lctgm )
Bridegrooms -- Pictorial works -- Colorado -- Conejos ( lcsh )
Grooms (Weddings) ( lctgm )
Genre:
Digital images. ( aat )
Digital images. ( gmgpc )
Portrait photographs. ( gmgpc )
Studio portraits. ( aat )
Group portraits. ( gmgpc )
Digital images ( aat )
Digital images ( gmgpc )
Portrait photographs ( gmgpc )
Studio portraits ( aat )
Group portraits ( gmgpc )

Notes

Summary:
Studio wedding portrait of José Amarante García and Teodora Espinosa from Conejos (Conejos County), Colorado. José wears suit and tie, he has dark hair and a full mustache. His bride, Teodora wears a lace wedding gown and veil. José was Sheriff of Conejos County and later Judge of the County and Probate Court.
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: "José Amarante García and Teodora Espinosa wed in 1889. Teodora was the sister of José's first wife, Sofia who had died the same year. José served as an interpreter for the House of Representatives in the Colorado General Assembly and the Senate. In 1879-1880 he represented both Conejos and Costilla Counties in the Colorado General Assembly in the House of Representatives (Republican). He also served as Sheriff, Judge of the County and Probate Court. He had a reputation a tracker of criminals because he would ride a horse in a gallop and could trace a man's tracks in the dry earth. José died in 1918 in Conejos, Colorado." (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: Frank Gallegos.
General Note:
Title derived from inventory.

Record Information

Source Institution:
Auraria Library
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
664565507 ( OCLC )
AUR-2225
ocn664565507