This picture shows the politician and revolutionary Raúl Madero (1888-1982), one of the Madero brothers. His brother Francisco I. Madero had proclaimed the Mexican Revolution in 1910.
On this image Raul Madero is sitting on a black horse holding a rifle. Trees and houses can be seen in the background. The man on the left is unknown.
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