Social life and customs -- Peru
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 03
Scope and Contents 1940s-1960s. A collection of 860 photographs of the lifestyle of indigenous people, city and country scenes, archaeological sites, colonial and modern architecture and pre-Hispanic, colonial and folk art in Peru.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 39-(08)
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 39-(17)
Collection — Box 1
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 51
Scope and Contents 1967-1977. 141 black and white photographs printed on 11" x 14" silver gelatin base paper and treated with silver remover for archival purposes. The images include urban and rural scenes of Lima, Iquitos, San Mateo, Jauja, and Huaraz in Peru, and of La Paz and Santa Cruz in Bolivia.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 38-(15)
Scope and Contents 1990. 18 color snapshots (3 1/2" x 5") taken on a steamer trip up the coast of South America. The images include views of streets, the market, and parks in Lima, Peru, and scenes from Arica, Iquique, Valparaíso, and Santiago, Chile.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 55
Scope and Contents 1985-1995. 60 black and white photographs (11" x 14") taken by Lorry Salcedo-Mitrani. The images are of blacks at El Carmen, Peru, and in Bahia, Brazil. They are shown in the activities of daily life.
Dates: 1985 - 1995
Identifier: Image Archive-Album-026
Scope and Contents 1919-1920. An album of 45 leaves containing 512 gelatin silver prints snapshots taken while the photographer was working in Peru. The images include urban and rural scenes from Lima, Callao, Pachacama, Huancayo, and Piura. In addition are scenes from Colón, Panamá and the Canal, and Jamaica.
Identifier: Image Archive-Collection 04
Scope and Contents 1920s-1940s. 71 black and white photographs of the people of Peru: indigenous people, workers, and the upper class, at work and in social settings; most are from Cuzco. Prints are by Edward Ranney from Chambi's original glass negatives. 50 pieces and 21 study prints.
Identifier: Collection 51-Peru
Scope and Contents 2014 A growing artificial collection of printed ephemera from Peru. Topics include cultural institutions and events, politics and government, religion, public health, environmental issues, and foreign affairs.