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Commercial concerns (northwest Michoacán)

Michoacan commercial northwestYurécuaro

Salon Blanco

Salon Blanco 20c

Salon Blanco 20c reverse

A 20c note.

La Piedad

El Pabellón Mexicano

El Pabellon Mexicano 1

A $1 cartón issued by Rafael Padilla Ramírez.

Padilla Ramírez was presidente municipal of the town in 1920, and diputado suplente for La Piedad to the XXXI national congress in 1925.

La Palma

Daniel Robles y Cía.

Robles 10c

Robles 20c

We know of 10c and 20c notes issued by this grocery store, as fractional pieces for the infalsificable issue.

Sahuayo

Fructuoso Ceja

Ceja 3c

Ceja 3c reverse

Ceja 4c

Ceja 4c reverse

Ceja 5c

Ceja 5c reverse

Ceja 10c

Ceja 10c reverse

Ceja 20c

Ceja 20c reverse

a different design

Ceja 20c 2

Ceja 20c 2 reverse

Jesús E. Villaseñor

Villasenor 50c

Jesús E. Villaseñor was treasurer of the Centro Partido Católico Nacional in Sahuayo in April 1913.

Chavéz Cisneros records that in 1917 (the Year of Famine) there was also a shortage of small change, that was supplemented by fichas issued by businesses in the larger towns of Sahuayo, Jiquilpan and Cotija and the smaller town of San José de GracíaEsteban Chavéz Cisneros, Quitupán, Ensayo histórico y estadístico, Morelia, 1954, p. 152.

Jiquilpan

Ygnacio A. Gudiño

Gudino 10c

Gudino 10c reverse

Ignacio A, Gudiño was Prefecto del Districto for Jiquilpan in 1912. The newspaper El País complained that previously he had conspired with Diego Moreno, owner of the hacienda La Guaracha, to drive the indigenous people off their land. Now the government had changed the Indians were reasserting their rights and Gudiño’s lackeys were responsible for at least two assassinationsEl País, 10 March 1912. However, El Diario replied that these were lies (fake news), that Gudiño’s actions were supported within the region, the district was completely calm and that the neighbourhood enjoyed peace and guarantees for its futureEl Diario, 24 March 1912.

Chavéz Cisneros records that in 1917 (the Year of Famine) there was also a shortage of small change, that was supplemented by fichas issued by businesses in the larger towns of Sahuayo, Jiquilpan and Cotija and the smaller town of San José de GracíaEsteban Chavéz Cisneros, ibid..

Jacona

Florentino Fernández C.

F Fernandez 20c

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