LAL02. Latin American Library - Image Archive - Photograph Collections
Found in 55 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 46
Scope and Contents c. 1935-1961. 32 black and white photographs of diplomatic personnel of El Salvador including Gustavo Adolfo Guerrero (son of José G. Guerrero, President of the World Court), ambassador to the United States and consul in New Orleans. The collection also includes 7 glass negatives of scenes in San Salvador and the country at large. In addition to the photographic materials are Guerrero's papers, diplomas, passports, clippings, and political appointment documents.
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 14
Scope and Contents 1869-1885. 19th century cartes de visite and stereocard views by E. Courret or Courret Hermanos. The collection materials can be divided into two sets of images: one, portraits of women, and two, urban scenes of Lima, Peru. In addition to the collection of Courret materials are a set of loose, early undated photographs of rural houses in British Honduras and San José and Limón, Costa Rica. Included also is an Alberto G. Valdeavellano photograph of Mayas from Guatemala, and 60 photographs...
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 15
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 35
Scope and Contents 1906. 35 mounted 7" x 9" black and white photographs taken in Louisiana, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, British Honduras, and Guatemala taken by John N. Teunisson. Teunisson took these photographs during a quarantine tour of inspection of Central American fruit ports by U.S. health authorities as guests of the United Fruit Company. The photographs focus on public and domestic buildings, local bands, and hospitals. These photographs were compiled into an album with the cover title, "With...
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 09
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 55
Scope and Contents 1985-1995. 60 black and white photographs (11" x 14") taken by Lorry Salcedo-Mitrani. The images are of blacks at El Carmen, Peru, and in Bahia, Brazil. They are shown in the activities of daily life.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 04
Scope and Contents 1920s-1940s. 71 black and white photographs of the people of Peru: indigenous people, workers, and the upper class, at work and in social settings; most are from Cuzco. Prints are by Edward Ranney from Chambi's original glass negatives. 50 pieces and 21 study prints.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 31
Scope and Contents 1935. 213 black and white photographs and 58 postcards taken or collected during the Tulane Expedition to Guatemala. The images in the collection are predominantly of Maya peoples, including a miniature album of Chichicastenango scenes. Also in the collection are images of archaeological sites and photographs of contemporary paintings of Mayas.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 60
Scope and Contents Glass lantern negatives of people and places from Mexico. The collection contains a number of street scenes which focus on the daily lives of the Mexican working class. A number of negatives deal with various means of transportation in Mexico.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 11
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 19
Scope and Contents 1970s. 198 photographs of haciendas taken by Paul Alexander Bartlett in Mexico. See also Bartlett's work titled, The Haciendas of Mexico: an artist's record (1990). Click on the link below for the catalog record.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 21
Scope and Contents 1965-1968. 370 35mm color slides taken during Peace Corps training in New Mexico and Peace Corps activities in Honduras. The collection also contains vacation slides taken in Panamá, Ecuador, Perú, Bolivia, Colombia, Guatemala, and Honduras.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 59
Scope and Contents c. 1933-1988. A collection of 1,420 black and white prints, 1,900 negatives, 18 contact sheets, and assorted photographic and print materials. The majority of the photographs, negatives and slides document church architecture and religious art in Colombia, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Honduras, Guatemala, Nicaragua, Bolivia, El Salvador and United States. Also shown are colonial and domestic architecture, street scenes, antiquities, folk art, furniture, mountains, markets, archeological sites and...
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 20
Scope and Contents c. 1965. A photographic survey of Filipino-Hispanic architecture and art in the Philippines comprised of 568 black and white negatives and prints made by Abbye A. Gorin and Harriet Blum. The collection also includes corresponding descriptive note cards with contact prints, other prints, and additional written materials.
Collection — Box Boxes 1 - 2
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 16
Scope and Contents 1950s. 122 miscellaneous Latin American photographs and illustrations, especially of Brazil and Peru, including photographs of Víctor Raúl Haya de la Torre. Also included are two photographs of New Mexico by Laura Gilpin.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 66
Scope and Contents c. 1890-1910. 745 single-image glass lantern slides primarily of places in highland central Mexico, but also includes scenes from Cuba, Panama, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, Barbados, and Costa Rica. Images include landscapes, urban and rural street scenes, Colonial architecture, La Viga Canal, modes of transportation, urban and rural daily life, markets, archaeological sites, parks and plazas, public monuments, and churches. Several of the slides are hand-colored. Contact prints in black and white...
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 43
Scope and Contents A collection of 249 photographs of colonial architecture and modern native housing found in the towns of Chiapas, Mexico. Many of the images appear in Markman's book, Architecture and Urbanization in Colonial Chiapas, Mexico (1984). Also included are 357 duplicates and other photographs not used in the book. Several copies of Architecture and Urbanization in Colonial Chiapas, Mexico (1984) are held in the Latin American...
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 08
Scope and Contents 142 reproduction prints of original Eadweard Muybridge photographs of colonial architecture and daily life in Central America. The Sidney D. Markman Collection of Eadweard Muybridge Prints contains 142 black and white 9" x 6" copy prints of original Eadweard Muybridge photographs of colonial architecture, landscapes, coffee plantations, and daily life in Central America, taken in 1875. For more background on the Guatemalan photographs, see Eadweard Muybridge...
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 32
Scope and Contents 1979. 392 black and white photographs of Cuenca, Ecuador, showing street scenes and people, including indigenous people and architecture dating from the late 19th or early 20th centuries.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 07
Scope and Contents 1950. A collection of approximately 3,200 photographs of the colonial architecture of Antigua, Guatemala, archaeological sites and colonial architecture of Mexico, colonial architecture and pre-Columbian art of Panama, architecture of Spain.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 36
Scope and Contents 1950. An extensive collection of black and white and color slides. 225 slides bound in glass are of Antigua, Guatemala. In addition are 100 slides of Spanish architecture, half of which are commercial color photos; 20 black and white slides of Mexican architecture; and 303 black and white 35mm slides of colonial architecture from throughout Guatemala. Included in the collection are 400 35mm negatives of Antigua, Guatemala. 1,048 total items.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 56
Scope and Contents 355 glass stereoptical and single-image lantern slides of South America. The images include a large number of scenes of Argentina and the Misiones region around Iguazú Falls, Andean highland scenes in Peru, Bolivia, and Chile, and a variety of scenes documenting daily life in the cities, ports, rural farms, animals, railroads, archaeological sites in unidentified places across the Andean regions and Southern Cone of South America.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 42
Scope and Contents 1889. 17 mechanically reproduced photographs by Juan T. Aguirre of Tegucigalpa. The images include views of the colonial bridge and prominent buildings in Tegucigalpa along with the Mina del Rosario, and a map.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 41
Scope and Contents 1928. A collection of 31 black and white photographs taken or collected by Frans Blom during the 1928 Tulane University expedition to Mexico, Guatemala, and Belize. Among the images is one of expedition members Ciriaco Aguilar, Webster McBryde, Dr. E.A. Bechtel, Louis Kanter, and Blom upon their return.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 81
Content Description The Viki Ospina Photograph Collection consists of 489 images and 10 contact sheets that document the last thirty years of Colombia's twentieth century. This period was a turning point in the country's sociopolitical landscape. It was ushered in by the controversial presidential election of Misael Pastrana in 1970, which marked the end of the "Frente Nacional" (1958-1970), a period of alternating political power between the two main parties, Liberal and Conservative, which shut out opposing...