Photograph of four views of Mexican architecture, showing cathedrals, [s.d.]. The frame is divided into four equal, rectangular parts, each containing a separate image: The top left frame shows what appears to be a lavishly decorated cathedral, taken from a distance out in the street where a pedestrian's head can be seen. The right side is shown. The building appears to be gothic with Spanish influence. The top right frame shows what appears to be a detail shot on the wall of a tenament building. Two windows with small, fenced-in balconies appear at the top of the image while writing on the wall below reads "[...]la de Bolivar.". The bottom left frame appears to show the cathedral from the first panel from yet farther out, showing the left side. Automobiles can be seen parked in a line in the street along with pedestrians. Finally. the bottom right panel shows a one-story romanesque building with what appears to be a scaled front, incongruous with its general structure. The flat roof and arched doorway, however, remain reminiscent of romanesque architecture. People can be seen walking by on the sidewalk.