LAL02-1. Latin American Library - Image Archive - Small Photograph Collections
Found in 41 Collections and/or Records:
c. 1935. A group of four hand-colored photographs (5 1/2" x 3 1/2") on beige mounts (9" x 6 1/2"). Each is titled and signed by the photographer on the mount. Mayas from the towns of Atitlán and Sololá are the subjects of Biener's images.
c. 1938. 3 black and white photographs. One shows an informal pose of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo taken in Coyoacán Mexico, by Emmy Lou Packard; the second is an image of Isaac Berliner and Rose; and third is a snapshot of Berliner and his granddaughter.
1903 or 1904. 25 black and white photographs (7 1/2" x 6") taken by W.J. Stevens of the archaeological site of Quiriguá, Guatemala; also of the city of Antigua and railroad construction, collected by Snyder, the first New Orleans general manager of the United Fruit Company.
1950-2000. 3 color photographs (11" x 14") of structures at the archaeological site of Chichén Itzá in northern Yucatán, Mexico. The structures include the main pyramid called "El Castillo", the Templo de los Guerreros, and the third image is a shot of the Chacmol statue at the entrance of the Templo de los Guerreros.
Early 20th century. Photocopies of photographs of varying sizes which apparently were in an album comprised of 23 leaves. Some of the images include scenes of Lake Titicaca, Aymara Indians, and La Paz. Not all photographs are identified.
c. 1966. 2 black and white photographs (7" x 5") of Lombardo Toledano by Guillermo Zamora and of Robert Paul Millon by Estudio Radosh, which were published in Millon's book Vicente Lombardo Toledano: Mexican Marxist.
1981. 15 black and white photographs (8" x 10") of an alleged abduction of two Salvadoran youths by the National Guards and paramilitary bands in violation of their human rights. Included is a 32-page pamphlet in English and Spanish which explains the recent history of El Salvador with a strong anti-United States bias, and explains what is happening in each of the 15 photographs. No explanation is given as to how or who took the photographs.
c. 1946. 6 black and white prints showing views of Ciudad Trujillo (Santo Domingo) that document the modernization of the city under President Trujillo, with explanations on the back. Included is an image of the tomb of Christopher Columbus.
c. 1950. 5 black and white promotion photographs (8" x 10") of the Hall of Science at the University of Mexico, downtown Mexico City, Acapulco, granaries, and a singing group. One photograph is attributed to Pan American World Airways.
1984. 33 black and white photographs (8 1/4" x 12 1/4") commercially produced as a portfolio of photographs of people, including Miskito Indians, engaged in daily life activities throughout Nicaragua. Captions in German are included.
1984. Set of 22 black and white photographs (8" x 10") of Salvadoran Guerrilla weapons given by Emilio González, Assistant Army Attache in the United States Embassy in El Salvador. Close-up images identify the types of weapons, serial numbers, and places of manufacture which include Russia, Viet Nam, North Korea, and Nicaragua.
1970. 2 photographs and 1 postcard providing views of an exposure of columnar basalt, 20 miles north of Pachuca, Mexico. It is a natural wonder known to have once visited been visited by Alexander von Humboldt (1769-1859).
1901-1956. 9 black and white photographs of prominent Hondurans or groups: author Lucila Gamero de Medina, Manuel Zúñiga Idiáquez, Rubén Barahona, Julián López Pineda, Carlos M. Gálvez; 1901 Honduran-Nicaraguan commission signs boundary accord; politician Celeo Arias; 1921 Diputados Federales; 1956 group pictures with Julio Lozano Díaz, Juan Manuel Gálvez, Vicente Mejía C.; also Salvadoran writer Alberto Masferrer.
1921-1922. 14 gelatin silver photographs documenting the construction of a railroad line connecting a distillery owned by the Vaccaro Brothers Fruit Company to the city of La Ceiba, Honduras via an inland mountain pass. The construction work was done by the Gifford Construction Company, Dallas, Texas.
Instituto Autónomo Biblioteca Nacional y de Servicios de Bibliotecas "Rostro de Venezuela" Photograph
1982. 24 black and white photographs (9" x 11 3/4") commercially produced as a portfolio accompanied by a informational pamphlet. The collection documents the people of Venezuela, including indigenous people and scenes of daily life in rural and urban settings. This particular selection was made from the winning works of photographers in 1979-1981 expositions held by the Instituto in Caracas.
1990. 18 color snapshots (3 1/2" x 5") taken on a steamer trip up the coast of South America. The images include views of streets, the market, and parks in Lima, Peru, and scenes from Arica, Iquique, Valparaíso, and Santiago, Chile.
c. 1963-1970. Collection of 18 gelatin silver prints in a variety of sizes (3 x 5 through 8.5 x 14 inches). All but one of the photographs are portraits of America's Productions Inc. personnel including the President, Louis J. Boeri, his fellow administrators, artists, writers, and technical staff. No captions identifying individuals by name were included.
c. 1920-1930. 11 gelatin silver prints of Cartagena de Indias, Colombia taken by Antonio Rímolo Arango. The small collection provides scenes of early 20th century urban settings and architecture in and around the colonial center of Cartagena de Indias. A previous owner of the photographs identified each of the images with a caption written in ink.
1867. 2 black and white photographs (7" x 5 1/2"); one of the Capuchinas Convent where Maximilian was imprisoned and another of the carriage in which he was carried to the place of execution.
c. 1900s. 20 black and white photographs and card photographs of scenes of daily life among the working classes of Mexico.Also a church of Monterrey. Photographers identified are Scott, C.B. Waite and Coquille.
c. 1940. 4 commercially reproduced color photographs (7 3/4" x 5 7/8") by Mario Buconch of the cities of Acapulco, Guerrero; Atontonilco, Guanajuato; Chalchicomula, Puebla; and Tenayuca, Mexico. The collection also includes a set of 16 accordion-style commercial sepia photographs (3 1/2" x 5") of the shrine of Guadalupe along with an accompanying text about the Virgin of Guadalupe.