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  • Collection: Stefan Hirsch and Elsa Rogo Collection

Elsa Rogo in Folkloric Outfit

Photograph of Elsa Rogo wearing folkloric outfit, probably in Taxco, Mexico. Reverse side includes printed number "20" and written number "5/36". The photographer is probably Rogo's husband, Stefan Hirsch. Printed on Velox paper.

Elsa Rogo at Temple of the Feathered Serpent, Xochicalco

Elsa Rogo sits at the stairs of the Temple of the Feathered Serpent, at the Olmeca-Xicallanca site of Xochicalco near present day Cuernavaca, Mexico. Rogo and Hirsch were probably intrigued by the Temple's "talud-tablero" style, a typical feature of…

Elsa Rogo and Friend with Animals

Photograph of Elsa Rogo and unidentified friend. Elsa holds a bird while the friend holds a small furry animal, possibly a white nosed coati. Probably in a marketplace in Taxco, Mexico.

Elsa Rogo and Friend

Elsa Rogo and unidentified man stand atop a set of stairs, probably in Taxco, Mexico. Reverse contains handwritten "A6" and printed stamp "216".

Children 3000 Miles Apart: Schools of Elsa Rogo

SHERP _ 3000.pdf
Children 3000 Miles Apart: Schools of Elsa Rogo, April 21 to May 2, 1942, Bonestall Gallery, 106 East 57th St. N.Y.

Chak-mol [chacmool]

Hirsch and Rogo visited the “Temple of the Serpents” at Chichen Itza, a major Mayan site in the Yucatan Peninsula. In Mayan culture, the chacmool was a ceremonial statue featuring a reclining warrior. These statues were centrally featured in Mayan…