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Rural conditions -- Argentina

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Argentina Photograph Album

 Collection
Identifier: Image Archive-Album-046
Scope and Contents 1930s Personal photograph album bound with green covered boards with simple embossed frame. The album contains 29 pages with 301 individual gelatin silver prints attached. Each print measures approximately 3 x 4.5 inches. The pages have minimal annotations noting film rolls, print numbers, and some location identification. The images suggest that this album documents possibly both personal and/or professional travel to several locations in northern Argentina highlighting Rosario de la...
Dates: 1930s

Argentine Red Cross Photograph Album of Barrio Toba de Villa Chica

 Collection
Identifier: Image Archive-Album-039
Scope and Contents 1961-1962.  An album containing 68 gelatin silver prints (4.5” x 7”) taken by an unknown photographer.  It was assembled following an Argentine Red Cross mission to the settlement of Barrio Toba of Villa Chica in the Argentine Chaco region beginning in July of 1961.  The primary purpose of the mission seems to have been the building of a school for the community.   Many of the photos depict the inauguration of the school in January 1962 and other celebrations and official events that followed...
Dates: 1961-1962

"Vistas y Costumbres de la Republica Argentina" Photograph Album

 Collection
Identifier: Image Archive-Album-044
Scope and Contents c. 1850-1919.  An album entitled, "Vistas y costumbres de la República Argentina," by Arturo W. Boote & Co. containing 52 mounted albumen prints.  The images document the cityscape of Buenos Aires at the turn of the 19th century including Central Station, Plaza Victoria, Calle Victoria and other major streets, the Grand Opera House, the Water Works Building, residences in the city, parks, the metropolitan cemetery, and scenes of daily urban life. Additional photographs show immigrants...
Dates: 1850-1915