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In phase two over 75,000 frames of microfilmed Spanish-language government documents were converted to digital format. The Library of Congress has filmed Argentine presidential messages, while the Mexican material has been filmed by Preservation Resources. The following pages will allow you to view GIF files of the scanned images as well as download larger TIFF files for printing or to view with a TIFF viewer.
|Main Menu||This page. Choose between Mexican and Argentine presidential messages.|
|Presidents Lists||One for Mexican presidents, one for Argentine presidents.|
|Table of Contents to volumes||If the Mexican or Argentine president selected has speeches grouped together or books, this is the first main subdivision.|
||If an index is available, this link display the index page and provide links to pages listed. Arrows allow access to the previous and next index. |
For volumes without a table of contents or an index, the name of the volume will be displayed and links to pages which begin main sections.
|Previous and Next Arrows||Allow paging through documents.|
The TIFF files are available for downloading at this site. Files are arranged in directories which closely mirror the structure of this document. There are separate directories for Mexican and Argentine documents and subdirectories for each president. TIF F files are in a subdirectory by year. Files are named according to year, for example 830004.tif is a 1983 speech, the fourth in the sequence of files. Files which mark the beginning of a speech or indexed material end in the letter "d," for examp le 830005d.tif. Reports of Mexican material can be found in numbered subdirecties, /1 for Primero Informe, /2 for Segundo Informe, etc. Links are provided at the bottom of each page to download the TIFF files for the scanned page shown.