Photograph of four views of Mexican architecture and streetscapes, showing churches, [s.d.]. The top left frame shows what appears to be the entrance to a church, whose main doors are flanked by a tall turret to either side. A large rose window hangs between them above the door. A paved street runs along horizontally in the foreground. The top right frame shows the adobe wall and dome of a second church from around a corner. Rose windows can be seen high up on the wall, but no doors are visible. Wires from utility poles can be seen stretching across the street in front. The bottom left frame shows the geometric dome of a building from a birdseye view. Similar, two-story buildings with flat roofs surround the dome. A tree hangs in in the left foreground. Finally, the bottom right frame shows what appears to be the entrance to yet another church behind tree cover. The tall bell tower, which extends from the center of the building, can be seen above the trees. The rest is obscured.