Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 33
Scope and Contents c. 1970. 76 black and white photographs of the archaeological site of Copán, Honduras, fully identified, but not dated.
Dates: c. 1970
Identifier: Photograph Collection-39-(30)
Scope and Contents 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.
Dates: 20th century
Identifier: Image Archive-Album-027
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 38-(13)
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 29
Scope and Contents 1983. 33 black and white photoprints (11" x 14") taken in Nicaragua and Honduras by New Orleans Times-Picayune photographer, David Leeson, for a feature series of people associated with the conflict between the Sandinista forces and the Contras. A written description by Leeson accompanies each photograph. Included in the collection is a poster with a map of Nicaragua.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 38-(27)
Scope and Contents 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.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 35
Scope and Contents 1906. 35 mounted 7" x 9" black and white photographs taken in Louisiana, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Honduras, British Honduras, and Guatemala taken by John N. Teunisson. Teunisson took these photographs during a quarantine tour of inspection of Central American fruit ports by U.S. health authorities as guests of the United Fruit Company. The photographs focus on public and domestic buildings, local bands, and hospitals. These photographs were compiled into an album with the cover title, "With...
File — Box 1, Folder: 9
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 50-(09)
Scope and Contents 1898 Contemporary hand-written copy in English of the declaration made by General Terencio Sierra in Coray, Honduras upon his nomination by the Liberal Party of Honduras as the candidate for President. 8 leaves.
Dates: July 13,1898
File — Box 4, Folder: 50
Identifier: Manuscripts-Collection 50-(50)
Content Description c. 1880-1910 Hand-written notes taken from the Gaceta Oficial del Gobierno de Honduras regarding the Bell y Rector Concesion by Cesar Bonilla, possibly used in part to draft a legal document, 10 pages.
Dates: c. 1889-1900
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 38-(37)
Scope and Contents c.1910. 13 gelatin silver prints (most measure 5" x 7") of the clearing of the monuments at the arquaeological site of Quirigua, Guatemala. The captions on the verso sides of the prints come from the pages of a photograph album from which these pieces were taken. The images show the work crew, stelae in various positions, altars, a view of Guatemala City, and three views are of the Copán site in Honduras. These photographs appear to have been taken during the 1910 field season of the School...
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 42
Scope and Contents 1889. 17 mechanically reproduced photographs by Juan T. Aguirre of Tegucigalpa. The images include views of the colonial bridge and prominent buildings in Tegucigalpa along with the Mina del Rosario, and a map.
Identifier: Image Archive-Album-063
Content Description c. 1900 Contents of perhaps one or more commercial photograph albums produced by Rafael Ugarte Vega, reknown early Honduran photographer. Existing album binding is red covered board with gold embossing titled, "Vistas fotográficas Recuerdo de Honduras por Rafael Ugarte, Tegucigalpa." Loose individual album pages or mounts are decorated with a stamped maroon ArtDeco design and contain a single gelatin POP print. Bridges built and in the process of being constructed are a common theme to...
Dates: c. 1900