Mexican revolutionary leader Pancho Villa (1878 - 1923) looks through a set of binoculars, surrounded by his men, 1910s.
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Mexican military commander Pancho Villa (1878 - 1923) (center) stands with his men, late 1910s.
Portrait of Mexican military commander General Pancho Villa (1878 - 1923), late 1910s.
The Carranzistas (supporters of Mexican president Venustiano Carranza) pass through the camp of the US 6th Infantry near San Antonio, Mexico on their way to fight Pancho Villa and his revolutionaries.
Machine-gun co. of 24th Infantry, one of all-black buffalo soldier regiments, passing in review on its way to Mexico to help pursue Mex. revolutionary Pancho Villa & guerrillas after attack on Columbus, NM.
General John Pershing (1860 - 1948) leading American troops in pursuit of Mexican bandits led by Pancho Villa.
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Headshot of Mexican Revolutionary leader Pancho Villa (1877 - 1923) wearing a military general hat and handlebar mustache.
Mexican general Alvaro Obregon (1880 - 1928), Mexican revolutionary Francisco (Pancho) Villa (1877 - 1923), and American general John Pershing (1860 - 1948) pose for a photo with other military officers, circa 1915.
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Panoramic view of Mexican revolutionary Pancho Villa (1877 - 1923) and his followers on horseback, Mexico.
Mexican General Pancho Villa riding w. his men after victory at Torreon.