A group of thirteen adults and children (one a child in the arms of another person) stand in front of three whitewashed, stone buildings, each with a thatched roof in Los Gatos, Jalisco, Mexico. At least ten of the people are probably Wixárika. At least two of the people are Catholic priests
Original photograph caption: "Los Gatos: recién bautizados y casados/newly baptized and newly wed (in the same day)"
- Schwendeman, Joseph R., 1897-1984
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