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.Correspondence is arranged alphabetically by correspondent or the entity which he or she represents.Financial Documents, the third series, contains account information, receipts, stock certificates, contracts, and other materials personally related to Noriega.Materials date from 1586-1928, with the bulk of materials dating from 1890-1920.
The records are arranged alphabetically by last name of the creator or the person to whom they relate.
Collected Material, 1586-1918 Various, 1895-1917 Oversize Materials, 1905-1926 Born in Spain in 1853, Iñigo Noriega Laso immigrated to Mexico in 1867.
Through a series of partnerships over the next thirty years he developed one of the most impressive business and industrial networks in Mexico, with an estimated value of forty million pesos in 1910.
Reports and printed material related to the activities of the companies are also included. These include photographs of persons, railroads, canals, and buildings, among various other photographs.
Several of the photographs are housed with oversize materials in series nine.