Financial documents relating to Noriega’s companies are located in series five.
The fourth series, Reports and Official Documents, is comprised of inventories and various other reports relating to Noriega.
The Carranzistas also forcibly occupied parts of La Sauteña, Río Bravo, and the textile mill of the Compañía Industrial La Guadalupe.
Noriega’s family and associates continued to manage his other businesses while Noriega spent considerable energy seeking to recuperate his confiscated properties after the Revolution ended. [The Library of Congress authority file lists Noriega’s date of death as 1923.] Return to the Table of Contents The collection is comprised of the personal papers of Mexican landowner and businessmen Iñigo Noriega Laso.
Noriega’s business network in Mexico began when he formed a partnership with his brother, Remigio, in 1881.
Series two, Correspondence, includes letters between Noriega and family members, friends, and business correspondents, as well as collected correspondence between others.
Materials date from 1586-1928, with the bulk of materials dating from 1890-1920.
The collection measures 6 linear feet and is arranged into nine series: Biographical Information, Correspondence, Financial Documents, Reports and Official Documents, Companies, Photographs, Collected Materials, Various, and Oversize Materials.
Descriptive Summary Biographical Note Scope and Contents Note Restrictions Index Terms Administrative Information Description of Series Biographical Information, N.d.
Correspondence, 1886-1928 Financial Documents, 1887-1920 Reports and Official Documents, 1890-1920 Companies, 1888-1928 Photographs, 1911, N.d.