Page 204. Ave. De Revolucion was the main street in downtown Tijuana.
Page 207. The Blue Fox Cafe maintained an infamous presence in Tijuana well into the 20th century.
Page 209. This 1920s Mexicali bar hall boosted the “longest bar in the world.” It served women as well as men.
Page 211. Vice in Tijuana in the early 1920s became firmly rooted under the administration of Colonel and Governor Esteban Cantú.
Page 213. Agua Caliente race track with the Club House at left and the grandstand at right.
Page 217. Governor Abelando Rodriguez in Mexicali, March 1, 1925.
Page 229. This 1926 photo shows a San Diegan near the U.S. Mexico border heading back to California passing a confident Mexican billboard.