Photograph of four views of Mexican architecture, showing the roofs of 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 bell tower constructed in a style reminiscent of gothic architecture. Carved poles extend from the four corners at the top of the tower and the bell can be seen through a window at center. The top right frame shows a second, similarly decorated bell tower, this one tiered and with several bells; two can be seen through the opening on the lower tier, while one can be seen in the center, and the top tier is obscured by perspective. The lower left frame shows the lavishly decorated roof of a cathedral, carved decorations extending upward from every free space. A bell tower can be seen in the distance. Finally, the lower right panel shows a similarly decorated roof, a man standing next to one of the carved decorations. They are roughly the same height.