“Mujeres listas para reciva a Rabago” is a picture of the American border troops and the Mexican Revolution. It was taking around May 1911 but it does not have a formal author/creator/photographer. It is a postcard that was never sent. It includes around 11 women, 10 men, and 2 children. Yet, the central figures are the women. The women are wearing bullets strapped around their chests, sombreros, and have a gun with them. Some of the men are also wearing the bullets strapped around their bodies or as a belt. Similarly, the children have bullets across their chests and even one of them is carrying a gun. They all seemed to be posing around a statue along its steps. The top part of the statue is cut off so I do not know whom the statue is from. From the name of the postcard, I can deduce they are waiting to receive someone. Due to their clothing, I can be deduced the women took part and played a role in the Mexican Revolution in some way. I wonder if they are the wives, or mothers of some of the men and children in the picture. I also wonder what their role was in the revolution and what part of Mexico they are from. I know they were a few instances were women fought in the Mexican Revolution but it was not very common. Additionally, I also wonder who General Rabago was. Due to his name on the postcard, it can be deduced he played an important role. Lastly, I wonder who the postcard was for and why was it being sent.