LAL02-2. Latin American Library - Image Archive - Postcard Series
Found in 32 Collections and/or Records:
1915-1916. Postcards published by Kavanaugh's War Postals depicting scenes from the U.S.-Mexico border conflict, with some action shots of both sides including troops of Pancho Villa.
1981. Series of 12 black and white postcards of modern architecture from cities all over Brazil. Postcards are interior and exterior shots by Brazilian photographers Cristianao Mascaro, Luiz Carlos Felizardo, and Vilma Slomp. from several Brazilian cities.
20th century. Growing collection of postcards (color and grayscale) from countries of Central America displaying themes of 20th century life including urban and rural living, urban and natural landscapes, architecture, indigenous people, and festivals. 184 total pieces.
1930-2000. Color and black and white postcards of early and mid-twentieth century Cuba. Many of the postcards reproduce lithographs of colonial Havana, street scenes, daily life, resorts, hotels, plantations, and the countryside. Portraits are also present, including political figures like Che Guevara and Fidel Castro.
1905-1913. 56 vintage postcards, mostly in color, originally assembled in an album, with views of Panama and the Canal Zone, Costa Rica, including San José and Limón, and Belize/British Honduras.
1908-1925. 179 vintage postcards, mostly black and white, that were originally assembled in four album according to the following subjects: 1) Puerto Barrios, Escuintla, coffee production and rural scenes; 2) Guatemala City; 3) Antigua; and 4) Mayas. Many of the images were taken by Valdeavellano. Several have the signature of Lilly de Jongh Osborne.
1900-1950s. Black and white and colored postcards of Mexico acquired from a variety of sources and generally grouped according to date or place. Includes views of Mexico City, Teotihuacán, Taxco, and other notable locations.
1950-2000. Color and black and white postcards of principal cities, archaeological sites, tourist venues, and landscapes from almost every state of the Republic of Mexico. Yucatán and Mexico City are the more highly represented locales. Postcards are arranged by state.
1960s Single color postcard with split-image layout titled, "Greeting from New Orleans, Louisiana." Image on the left, the New Orleans Trade Mart building on Canal Street; on the right, view of Canal Street looking north from the International Trade Mart building. Distributed by Express Publishing Company, Inc.
Postcards showing the destruction in Guatemala City after the earthquakes of December 25 and 29, 1917; and January 24, 1918. Also includes photoprints of postcards of Guatemala as early as 1875.
Approximately 4,000 picture postcards from throughout Latin America sent to Hilton and radio station KGEI of San Francisco, California, sponsor of a short-wave program, "La Universidad del Aire." Includes small photographs and personal cards sent to Hilton.
Black and white and color postcards principally from Mexico, including views of the frescos of Diego Rivera, J. Clemente Orozco, and David Alfaro Siqueiros. Also includes views of Oaxaca, Monte Albán, Puebla, and Mazatlán, Mexico, and of Spain, Colombia, Guatemala, and Honduras.