The following in a small selection of items featured in the Tracing the Line exhibition.

William Hemsley Emory, Lithograph by E. Weber & Co. ; View of San Diego; 1848; Notes of a Military Reconnaissance from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California (private collection).

William Hemsley Emory; Sketch of the Battle of Los Angeles, Upper California; 1848; Notes of a Military Reconnaissance from Fort Leavenworth, in Missouri, to San Diego, in California (private collection).

Arthur Schott, Lithography of Sarony & Co., New York; YUMAS / FIGURE TO LEFT “PORTRAIT OF LEOCH.”; 1859; United States & Mexican Boundary Survey, Vol. 1.

Monument 122-A (detail) and Wall Frieze from Mayan Ball Court, Chichen Itza, Yucatan; 2003.

William Hemsley Emory; 1 – TROGON MEXICANUS (Male), 2 – Under View of a Tail of a different Specimen; 1859; United States & Mexican Boundary Survey, Vol. 2.

Boundary Monument Renovations; Monument 2, 65, 210, 223; Various dates, 1960 – 1980; International Boundary & Water Commission, El Paso.

Voz de Mexicali, Cartoon; “No Veo Nada!”; 1968; University of Southern California, Los Angeles.

Michael Dear; City of LA – Made in Mexico (manhole cover); 2006.

Holtville Cemetery, Imperial County, California (Detail of gravesite); 2008.

The following is a comprehensive list of works featured in the Tracing the Line / Trazando La Lineá exhibition.

Gallery 1: Mexico before the border

Enrique Hambleton
Cueva Pintada, Arroyo de San Pablo, Sierra de San Francisco, Baja California
1984

Georg Heinrich von Langsdorf
Ein Tanz der Indianer in der Mission von St. José in Neu-Californien / Dance of Indians at
Mission in San Jose, New California.
1806?

James Walker
[Padrón]1860-1870

Francisco Palóu, 1723-1789
The First Administrative Division of Baja and Alta California
1787

William Hemsley Emory
Sketch of the Battle of Los Angeles, Upper California
1848

Francisco Palóu, 1723-1789
V.R. del V.P.F. Junipero Serra
1787

William Hemsley Emory, Lithograph by E. Weber & Co.
View of San Diego
1848

Gallery 2: Marking the Line

Tratado de Paz, Amistad, Límites y Arreglo Definitivo entre la República Mexicana y Los
Estados-Unidos de América.
1848

Pedro Garcia Conde, Mexican Boundary Commissioner

William Hemsley, Emory, U.S. Commissioner
1864-1857

John Russell Bartlett
Monument at Initial Point, Pacific Ocean.
1854

Pedro G. Conde and W. H. Emory
U.S. – Mexico Boundary Survey, Carpeta 52, Tecate Section
1853

Jose Salazar Ilarregui
U.S. – Mexico Boundary Survey, Carpeta 1, Matamoros Section detail
1853

John Russell Bartlett
Fording a stream, Packmule stuck in a quicksand.
1849

William Hemsley Emory
[Fishes]1859

Arthur Schott, Lithography of Sarony & Co., New York
YUMAS / FIGURE TO LEFT “PORTRAIT OF LEOCH.”
1859

Jacobo Blanco
Antiguo Monumento XVI, vista al esta
1901

Jacobo Blanco
PROYECTO PARA LOS MONUMENTOS DE HIERRO
1901

Jacobo Blanco
LINEA DIVISORIA ENTRE MEXICO Y LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS, Map 17, Tecate
Section
1891-1896

Jacobo Blanco
Monument 185 Looking Northwest
1901

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo Articulo V
1848

John Russell Bartlett, U.S. Commissioner
1850-1853

Pedro García Conde & José Salazar Ilarregui
Plano de la parte austral del Puerto de S. Diego…
1850

Pedro G. Conde and W. H. Emory
U.S. – Mexico Boundary Survey, Carpeta 54, Tijuana Section
1853

Jose Salazar Ilarregui
U.S. – Mexico Boundary Survey, Carpeta 29, Ciudad Juarez Section detail
1853

William Hemsley Emory, Lithograph by E. Weber & Co.
Junction of the Gila & Colorado Rivers
1848

William Hemsley Emory
1 – TROGON MEXICANUS (Male) — 2 – Under View of a Tail of a different Specimen
1859

William Hemsley Emory
[Reptiles]1859

Arthur Schott, Lithography of Sarony, Major & Knapp, New York
PIMO WOMEN
1859

Jacobo Blanco
Antiguo Monumento 26 en Nogales
1901

Jacobo Blanco
LINEA DIVISORIA ENTRE MEXICO Y LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS, Map 18, Tijuana
Section
1891-1896

Jacobo Blanco
LINEA DIVISORIA ENTRE MEXICO Y LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS, Map 16, Mexicali Section
1891-1896

Jacobo Blanco
Monumento Numero 258 [Marmol], Vista al Sudeste – Es el Antiguo Monumento Initial del
Pacífico, Labrado de Nuevo
1901

John Disturnell
Mapa de los Estados Unidos de Mejico, según lo organizado y definido por las varias actas
del Congreso de dicha Republica
1846

Jose Salazar Ylarregui, Mexican Boundary Commissioner

José Salazar Ilarregui
Plano de la confluencia de los rios Gila y Colorado
1850

Pedro G. Conde and W. H. Emory
U.S. – Mexico Boundary Survey, Carpeta 48, Mexicali Section
1853

Jose Salazar Ilarregui
U.S. – Mexico Boundary Survey, Carpeta 1, Matamoros Section
1853

John Russell Bartlett
Church at El Paso del Norte [Chihuahua]1850

William Hemsley Emory
OPUNTIA MACRORHIZA
1859

Arthur Schott, Lithography of Sarony, Major & Knapp, New York
PAPAGOS
1859

Arthur Schott, Lithography of Sarony & Co., New York
NOCO-SHIMATT – TASH – TANAKI / GRIZZLY BEAR / SEMINOLE CHIEF
1859

Jacobo Blanco
Observatorio Astronómico de la Sección Mexicana en Tijuana, 1892
1901

Jacobo Blanco
LINEA DIVISORIA ENTRE MEXICO Y LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS, Map 18, Tijuana
Section (Detail)
1891-1896

Jacobo Blanco
Erección del Monumento Número 153, en el Pico de la Lenza
1901

Gallery 3: Baja Goes Global

William H. Emory and Jose Salazar Ylarregui
Relationships Between the U.S. and Mexican Boundary Survey Commissions
1849-1850

W.H. Chatfield
Description of Cross-Border Life in Twin Towns of Matamoros and Brownsville
1893

Plano de ciudad de Mexicali

San Diego Historical Center
A Man Holding the Reins of a Race Horse Near the U.S.-Mexico Border
1920

Americans in El Paso Watching Mexican Insurrectos from Across the Rio Grande
1914-1916

IBWC
Monument 153; Visual Inspection by Aircraft
1974

IBWC
Posiciones Relativas del Río Grande Cerca Del Paso Entre 1852 y 1907. [Texas]

IBWC
International Boundary Line Between San Pedro, Tams., and Roma, Tex.
1928

Dorothea Lange
Migrant family of Mexicans on the road with car trouble. Looking for work in the pea fields.
1937

Voz de Mexicali, Cartoon
“Al este de Los Angeles”
1970

Chevrolet Bel Air, U.S. Border Patrol Vehicle

Jim Glendinning
Mexico, Unofficial Border Crossings (book covers)
2000

Matthew Schreiber, with amendments by Tomás Janusas
Border Twin Towns Comparisons
2012

Tijuana 2006; San Ysidro close-up
2006

Clark & Courts, Lithographers
Plano de Matamoros y Brownsville
1890

Dates the border towns were founded, by type

Plano de Tecate

San Diego Historical Center
Four People in an Automobile Parked Near the U.S.-Mexico Boundary Marker [Number 258]1913

Comisión Internacional de Límites entre México y los Estados Unidos
Acta No. 71. 14 de Enero de 1926, Agreeing on Joint Responsibility of U.S. and Mexico to
Maintain the Boundary Monuments
1926

The New York Times
“The Mexican Boundary Line” (excerpt)
December 21, 1894

IBWC
Rectification Project of Rio Grande Channel Below El Paso
1938

Elephant Butte Dam Nearing Completion
1916

Voz de Mexicali, Cartoon
“No Veo Nada!”
1968

Voz de Mexicali, Cartoon
“Pollero!”
1974

Jay Dusard
Indocumentados, San Diego County / Municipio de Tijuana
1986

Plymouth Belvedere, U.S. Border Patrol Vehicle

Twin Towns: Population Growth
1910-2005

Tijuana 2006; Boundary Crossing Point close-up
2006

Michael Dear
City of LA – Made in Mexico (manhole cover)
2006

Michael Dear
Museo Casa Mata, Matamoros, Tamulipas
2003

TJ City Plan
1889

Tijuana Customs House [postcard]1900

San Diego Historical Center
Tourist Attractions at the U.S.-Mexico Border Designed to Sell Photographs [SDHC]1922

IBWC
View of heavily loaded truck broken through Courchesne Bridge, July 8, 1940
1940

IBWC
Boundary Monument Renovations; Monument 2, 65, 210, 223
Various dates, 1960 – 1980

IBWC
Puente Internacional Sobre El Río Bravo Entre San Pedro de Mier, Tamps., y Roma, Texas
1928

Michael Dear
San Luis; Arizona Monument Refurbishment
2005

Voz de Mexicali, Cartoon
“Operación Intercepción”
1969

Jay Dusard
Agents Larry Dalton, Elvin Harmon, Rogelio Martínez, Domingo Sánchez, and Fabián Casas,
U.S. Border Patrol, Rio Grande City, Texas
1986

Corrido 1848

Corrido 1942

Corrido 2002

Corrido 2012

Memin Pinguin Postage Stamps (enlargement)

Tijuana, Digital Image
2006

Tijuana 2006; Laureles & Playas section
2006

Gallery 4: The Wall

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., Pinacate, Sonora
2003

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., Baja California
2002

Michael Dear
Holtville Cemetery, Imperial County, California (Detail of gravesite)
2008

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., Fence Repair at Playas de Tijuano, Baja California
2005

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., New Fortifications at Tijuana Estuary, Baja California
2005

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., Ancient Monument No. 3 Behind New Fence, Sunland Park, New Mexico, (West of Ciudad Juárez)
2011

Connery Cepeda
Map of Border Ports of Entry
2012

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., “Come Legally and Be Welcome,” Private Fence, Near Campo, California
2008

Michael Dear
Monument No. 1 at El Paso – Ciudad Juárez
2011

David Taylor
Boundary Monument No. 251, Near Tijuana, Baja California
2012

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., Sonoyita, Sonora
2003

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., Jacumba, California
2002

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., Trampled Fence at San Luis, Arizona
2005

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., The ‘Primary’ Fence at San Luis, Arizona
2008

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., The ‘Floating Fence,’ Imperial County, California
2009

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., ‘Caged’ Monument West of Calexico, California
2008

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., Smuggler’s Gulch, Tijuana, Baja California
2009

IBWC
Boundary Monument No. 1
1892-1895

Michael Dear
Monument 122-A, Nogales, Sonora
2003

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., Campo, California
2002

Michael Dear
Holtville Cemetery, Imperial County, California
2008

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., Fence Repair at Playas de Tijuano, Baja California
2005

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., The ‘Secondary’ and ‘Tertiary’ Fences at San Luis, Arizona
2008

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., The ‘Floating Fence,’ Imperial County,
California (Detail of underside)
2009

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A., Monument No. 201 in ‘Lock-Box,’ San Luis, Arizona
2008

Michael Dear
Boundary Fence Between Mexico and The U.S.A.
2012

D. W. Hoffman
Madero’s Headquarters Near the International Boundary [At Monument No. 1, El Paso-Ciudad Juárez]1911

Michael Dear
Monument 122-A (detail) and Wall Frieze from Mayan Ball Court, Chichen Itza, Yucatan.
2003

Gallery 5: The Third Nation

Melissa Corro
La Moda de Cruzar
2012

Nick Almquist
Lotería Cards
2012

Norma Iglesias
Two Animation Films
2008

David Aipperspach
Beach and Border: Tijuana diptych

‘Twitter across the border’
Robert San Jose
2012

Norma Iglesias
Photo of monument commemorating destruction of border fence

Ron Rael
Recuerdos
2012

Einar and Jamex de la Torre
La reconquista

Norma Iglesias
Playas Fence photo showing projection of Iglesias cartoon still
2008

Claire Evans
La Tercera Nacion
2012