Four adults stand in the foreground with at least two people sitting or standing in the background in front of or next to plaster or wooden structures with thatched roofs, probably in San Andrés Cohamiata, Jalisco, Mexico. One of the people standing is the Governor and the other is a neighbor. Both are probably Wixárika. Two are Catholic priests
Original photograph caption: "El Gobernador y un vecino y los misioneros en San Andrés Cohamiata/From left to right: Rev. [Reverend] Hernández, the Governor, a 'vecino' [neighbor] and Rev. [Reverend] Valencia at St. [Saint] Andrew"
- Schwendeman, Joseph R., 1897-1984
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