The Online Exhibition, The Mexican Revolution and the United States in the Collections of the Library of Congress, was developed under the leadership of James H. Billington, former Librarian of Congress, and completed under David Mao, Acting Librarian of Congress.

Special Thanks

Special thanks are due to the following individuals for their support of the online exhibition and their scholarly advice

Former Ambassador of Mexico to the United States Eduardo Medina Mora
Ambassador of Mexico to the United States Miguel Basañez
Laura Ramirez Rasgado, Director of the Mexican Institute, Washington, D.C.
Secretaría de Relaciones Exteriores (Ministry of Foreign Relations), Mexico
Charles Harris, Professor Emeritus, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces
Lewis Ray Sadler, Professor Emeritus, New Mexico State University, Las Cruces

The Hispanic Division Team

Georgette Dorn, Chief, Hispanic Division
Barbara Tenenbaum, Specialist in Mexican Culture
Everette Larson, former Head of the Hispanic Reading Room
Juan Manuel Pérez, Senior Reference Librarian
Tracy North, Social Sciences Editor, Handbook of Latin American Studies
Catalina Gómez, Reference Librarian
Jeffrey Helm, Bibliographer

Hispanic Division Interns and Fellows

Ayana Bowman, Miguel Castro, Eduardo D’Olloqui, Victor Espinosa, Laura MacDaniel, Phoenix Paz, María Suárez, and Christina Turiano

Interpretive Programs Office

William Jacobs, Vicki Fortuna, and Betsy Nahum-Miller

Web Services

William Kellum, Thip Padavong, and Laura Moiseev

Library of Congress Officers and Staff

J. Mark Sweeney, Associate Librarian, Library Services
Helena Zinkham, Director for Collections and Services
Nicholas Brown, Music Division
Jennifer Cutting, American Folklife Center
Sarah Duke, Prints and Photographs Division
Francisco Macías, Law Library
Karen Moses, Music Division
Michael Turpin, Music Division
Stephen Yusko, Music Division