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Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

A New and Accurate Map of the Islands of Cuba; Hispaniola or Santo Domingo, and Porto Rico

 Collection — Box Small Collections Oversize Box 4, Folder: 1
Identifier: SC 01668
Scope and Contents

Two copper engraved maps on one sheet, hand-colored. The maps' cartouches state they are "drawn from the most approved Maps & Charts and Regulated by Astron[mical] Observations." Includes Bahama Islands, the Windward Passage, the Virgin Islands, island place names, map scale, and compass rose. Bodies of water noted: Gulf of Mexico, North Sea, and Atlantic Ocean.

Alejandro Rodríguez Fornés (Alucho) Collection Addition, 2020

Scope and Contents

Two 9 x 10 inch seriagraph posters by Alejandro Rodríguez Fornés (Alucho). The first is predomantly orange with a series number of XIV/XXV and a penciled number on the back that reads 4082-04tj. The second poster is purple and orange, has series number 37/50, and has an inscription in the bottom right reading "Sean Waple Seattle, WA." The second poster also has 4082-04e5 on the back.

Command of Passage from Havana, Cuba to Cadiz, Spain.

Identifier: SC 01789
Content Description

A one page draft of a command by George Earl of Albermarle, Governor of Cuba, to allow the safe passage of Don Christoval de los Rios, Don Diego Orison, and Don Antonio Fernandez, along with goods to Cadiz, Spain.

Correspondence to Captain General de la Isla de Cuba

Identifier: SC 01788
Content Description

Four letters addressed to the Capitan General de la Isla de Cuba from the consulate in Jamaica. They were written by consular officers Antonio Brosa and Carlos Duquesnay. Brosa and Duquesnay report on "disorder" and "disruptions" they attribute to enslaved people and "los emancipados."

Cuban Political Posters

 Collection — Box Small Collections Oversize Box 6, Folder: 1
Identifier: SC 01669
Scope and Contents 8 screen-printed posters collected during first official visit to post-revolutionary Cuba by United States citizens. Posters were for the 1978 Festival Mondial de la Jeunesse et des Etudiants (or World Festival of Youth and Students) held in Havana, Cuba. 3 of the 8 posters are for films from Hungary (Las Fronteras del Amor, directed by Janos Szucs), Czech Republic (Cronica de un Verano Ardiente, directed by Jiri Sequens), and Italy (Divina Criatura, directed by Giuseppe...