Revolution (Cuba : 1959).
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The collection documents the life of Aureliano Sánchez Arango and his son Alfredo Sánchez Echeverría while they were involved in various counterrevolutionary groups to overthrow the government of Fulgencio Batista and Fidel Castro. The collection includes: correspondence, personal and professional documents, photographs, newspapers, clippings, magazines, articles, and audiovisual materials. The collection dates from 1789 to 2019, with bulk dates from 1960 to 1976.
Manuscripts, drafts, research notes, clippings, newspapers, photographs, books, flyers, and correspondence documenting various political events during the 20th century in the Caribbean and Latin American region by photographer and journalist Andrew St. George.
The publication highlights the nation's growth since the Cuban Revolution and documents important historical moments, including the resignation of President Manuel Urrutia Lleó.
Children's illustrated album entitled "Álbum de La Revolución Cubana 1952-1959."
The Lillian Guerra Collection includes photographs, historical documents, ephemeral objects, and manuscripts from Cuba.
Two filmed interviews conducted by Lillian Guerra, one with Manuel Ray (aka Manolo) that is nine hours long, and the other with Aurora Chacón de Ray that is one hour and a half in length. Also included is a transcript of both interviews that is 74 pages in length and several photos.
A "Movimiento 26 de Julio" República de Cuba $1.00 note issued by Fidel Castro during the Cuban Revolution.
Correspondence, publications, writings, lectures, notes, talks, photographs, and scrapbooks of University of Florida Emeritus Professor of Latin American history Neill Macaulay. Also includes interviews with Macaulay and his wife Nancy Macaulay.