Hacienda de Tecomaxtlahua y Hacienda de Los Obos
In Teotitlán, the sugarcane plantation of Cuatempam and the Hacienda and Mill of Ayotla (both founded during the colonial period) belonged to General Ignacio Mejía during the Porfiriato, and later passed into the hands of Francisco Martínez Arauna. They covered 10,000 hectares and 4,500 hectares, respectively.
|date on note||from||to||total
|5c||includes number 4148|
|20c||1 May 1915||includes number 4806CNBanxico #11808|
|50c||17 May 1915||includes number 2091|
|[ ] June 1915||includes number 4969|
|15 July 1915||includes numbers 6808CNBanxico #4663 to 7306CNBanxico #11809|
|$1||17 May 1915||includes number 460|
|includes numbers 1556CNBanxico #11814 to 34377|
The signatures were of Manuel [ ][identification needed] as Cajero and [ ][identification needed] as Administrador.
The datestamp on the reverse is of the Ingenio Central de Ayotla at the Ignacio Mexia station of the Central Mexican Railway (Ferrocarril Central Mexicano del Sur) or of the Hacienda de los Obos at the Chicatlan station.
Hacienda de Quiotepec
Emilio Bolanos Cacho was the brother of Miguel Bolaños Cacho,who was governor of Oaxaca in 1914.
|5c||includes number 164CNBanxico #11824|
|10c||includes numbers 114 to 0947|
|20c||includes number 0528|
|50c||includes numbers 400CNBanxico #11825 to 481|
These notes have the legend 'Este VALE es acceptado en las casas de Sánchez y Espi[ ]a Sario[ ] y Quintero. - Cuicatlán. - Gamboa y Cia. Sucs. - Teotitlán'. Cuicatlán and Teotitlán del Camino (now Teotitlán de Flores Magón) are 55 kilometres apart on the main highway north from Oaxaca.