Pedro Lascuráin didn’t hold office long enough for his official portrait in the Presidential Sash.
Pedro Lascuráin was in the office on February 19, 1913—the office of President of Mexico. He dawdled for about 45 minutes before departing. In the process he set the unchallenged world’s record for the shortest term in office by any national president.
Lascuráin was a distinguished looking gentleman, a lawyer from one of the impeccable old families of Mexico. No drop of mere Indio or Meztizo ran through his veins. Yet he was not, as you might imagine, an irredeemable reactionary.