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Cartagena de Indias Photograph Album

 Collection — Box: 37, Album: 054
Identifier: Image Archive-Album-054

Content Description

c.1890-1910. Personal photograph album consisting of twelve leaves and a front cover all made of board and unbound. The cover is decorated with a watercolor painting of a woman in a purple Victorian era dress holding a bouquet of flowers with the title, "Snap Shots," in the upper left corner. The leaves contain 4 to 8 gelatin silver chloride prints adhered to the board, plus two loose photographs, totaling 52 prints. None are identified, but they appear to be images of the colonial district of the city of Cartagena de Indias, Colombia. Several photographs document a residence in a rural area, presumably outside of Cartagena. The owner of the album is unknown as is the photographer. 48 total photographs.


  • c. 1890 - 1910


52 Photographic Prints

Language of Materials

Spanish; Castilian


Album clamshell Box 37. Loose pages are contained in leaves numbered individually (2 - 13) and number 14 is a mylar sleeve containing two loose photographs.

Cartagena de Indias Photograph Album
Album 54, Image Archive, The Latin American Archive, Tulane University
Christine Hernandez
August 2019
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Repository Details

Part of the The Latin American Library at Tulane Repository

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Howard-Tilton Memorial Library, 4th floor
Tulane University
New Orleans Louisiana 70118 US
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