Spanish-American War (1898).
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
This scrapbook made by Blanche S. Crawford is a compilation of political cartoons pertaining to the Spanish-American War published in American newspapers in 1898. While the cartoons come from different newspapers, they illustrate various aspects of the Spanish-American War from an American point of view.
The Snedeker Collection of Florida stereoviews contains over 2,000 stereoscopic images from the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. These images depict Florida fauna, flora, landscapes, architecture, waterways, and people, including African Americans.
Papers relating to Peck's activities in Tampa, Florida, during the Spanish-American War of 1898.
The Lillian Guerra Collection includes photographs, historical documents, ephemeral objects, and manuscripts from Cuba.
Manuscripts, official documents, decrees, letters, reports and two illustrations documenting the colonial period in Cuba from 1639 to 1896.
The collection includes 255 stereograph images showcasing scenes and views of the Greater and Lesser Antilles in the Caribbean Sea. Also featured prominently are stereographs images from the Spanish American War.
Bulk of collection contains images from the Santiago region of Cuba and the Tampa Bay region of Florida during the Spanish-American War.
This photo album is a collection of photographs of soldiers with the 2nd New York Volunteer Infantry, recruited for the Spanish-American War, and serving at Camp Black, New York; Tampa, Florida, Fernandina, Florida; and Troy, New York.