LAL03. Latin American Library - Ephemera Collections
Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
Bolivian Art Ephemera collection currently holds only one piece of print ephemera from the Salón Municipal de Exposiciones in La Paz, Bolivia. The brochure features artist Gil Imana Garrón’s self-titled exhibition and the list of his 25 works that was shown at the Salón from September-October of 1966.
1940, 1998-2000. An artificial collection of printed ephemera and short-run serials from and about Cuba. This expanding series is composed of serials, pamphlets, programs, posters, announcements, trading-card album, speeches, and other printed ephemera. 22 pieces.
1800-2010. A sub-collection of over 500 pieces of printed ephemera from Guatemala. The vast majority are single or double-sided broadsides, but also included are decrees, flyers, posters, and other categories of print ephemera. Most are of a political nature, but a variety of social topics are represented including education, religion, labor, public health, holidays, and economic affairs.
1820-2011. An artificial collection of an assortment of categories of printed ephemera pieces from Mexico. The range of materials include broadsides, correspondence, decrees, circulars, announcements, pamphlets, flyers, supplements, articles, papers, and brochures, to name just a few. The themes for the vast majority of the pieces are political, religious, or deal with cultural events. 132 pieces.
Growing collection of print ephemera materials, most in color, relating to travel and tourism in Nicaragua. Current holdings date to the 1970s and the 2000s. Formats include folded informational and promotional brochures and cultural event programs. All of the pieces were produced by government tourism ministeries and affiliated travel agencies.
1930-[1950-1958]-1973 Growing artificial collection of printed ephemera related to or originating from Uruguay. Currently the collection consists of one series concerning Carnival in Montevideo. Series I contains 13 pieces.