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LAL03. Latin American Library - Ephemera Collections

 Record Group
Identifier: LAL03

Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:

Argentina Art Ephemera

 Collection
Identifier: 01-Collection 154
Scope and Contents Argentinian Art Ephemera is a growing collection of print ephemera currently comprised of 137 pieces. The formats include brochures, exhibition catalogues, announcements, post cards, invitations, flyers, guides, serials, and digital format items. The material ranges in date from 2001 to 2014, though the majority of the pieces date to 2013. The regional focus of the collection lies mostly in Buenos Aires, however there are a few pieces of ephemera refer to events in to San Juan, Catamarca,...
Dates: 2000-2014

Bolivian Art Ephemera

 Collection
Identifier: 02-Collection 154-Bolivia
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1960-2014

Central American Printed Ephemera Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera-Collection 20 & 74
Scope and Contents Collection Overview and Introductory Remarks This collection consists of printed yet unbound Central American documentation held by the Latin American Library of Tulane University. It incorporates much recently purchased material, pertinent documents extracted from the Paniagua Collection which was originally purchased from D.W. Amram in 1933, numerous pieces of printed matter donated by Connie Griffith in 1976, and all documents previously cataloged in the Latin...
Dates: 1745-2005

Cuban Printed Ephemera Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera-Collection 139
Scope and Contents 1940, 1998-2000.  An artificial collection of printed ephemera from Cuba. This expanding series is composed of pamphlets, broadsides, announcements, poster, speeches, and other ephemera from and about Cuba. 20 pieces.
Dates: 1940, 1998-2000

Guatemalan Printed Ephemera Collection

 Collection
Identifier: 04-Collection 20 & 74-Guatemala
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1800-2010

Mexican Printed Ephemera Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera-Collection 46
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 1820-2011

Mexican Travel and Tourism Ephemera

 Collection
Identifier: Ephemera-01-Collection 153-Mexico
Scope and Contents 1890s-2010s. Print ephemera materials in black and white and color relating to travel and tourism in Mexico documented in the last decade of the 19th century and throughout the 20th and early 21st centuries. Formats include folded informational and promotional brochures, guides and maps, posters, souvenir postcards, and advertising flyers. Many of the pieces were produced by government departments and ministeries, though many come directly from the government railroad lines, shipping...
Dates: 1890s-2010s

Peruvian Art Ephemera

 Collection
Identifier: 10-Collection 154-Peru
Scope and Contents Peruvian art ephemera is a growing collection of print ephemera pieces collected from 2007-2014 that relate to fine art exhibitions, annual events and festivals, and gallery showings. These materials are ephemeral pieces produced in limited quantities for specific, short-term events to promote Peruvian artists and their work. Formats range from exhibit brochures and catalogs, to announcements, flyers, guides, invitations, and postcards. Lima is the geographic focus of the collection and most...
Dates: 2000-2014