Widow of don Joseph Bernardo de Hogal — printer

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Creator(s):
Cabrera y Quintero, Cayetano
Title:
Hebdomadario trino, exercicios devotos, y obsequiosos desagravios a la Santissima, Amabilissima, y Missericordiosissima Trinidad: por la execrable ingratitud y grossero olvido de los mortales en el mas pronto obsequio, devocion, y agradecimiento debido à tan soberano mysterio
Publication/Origin:
Mexico: Por la viuda de don Joseph Bernardo de Hogal, 1745
Description:
The widow of Joseph Bernardo de Hogal inherited a well-equipped and successful print shop upon her husband’s death in 1741. She continued managing the shop, located on the calle de las Capuchinas in Mexico City, until 1755. She printed a number of important works, including both volumes of a description of the provinces of New Spain ordered by Philip V, Teatro americano by Jose Antonio Villaseñor y Sanchez. Her successors took over the business under the name Herederos de la Viuda de Hogal.. 
Citation:
Cabrera y Quintero, Cayetano, Hebdomadario trino, exercicios devotos, y obsequiosos desagravios a la Santissima, Amabilissima, y Missericordiosissima Trinidad: por la execrable ingratitud y grossero olvido de los mortales en el mas pronto obsequio, devocion, y agradecimiento debido à tan soberano mysterio, Mexico: Por la viuda de don Joseph Bernardo de Hogal, 1745, Lisa Unger Baskin Collection, Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library, Duke University. Accessed October 16, 2019, https://exhibits2.library.duke.edu/exhibits/show/baskin/item/4031
 

 

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