Collection CHC0176 - Inés Segura Bustamante Papers

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CHC0176

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Inés Segura Bustamante Papers

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  • 1930-2002 (Creation)

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4 Boxes

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These papers document Inés Segura Bustamante's (1919-2002) multiple professional, political and artistic activities. She was a clinical psychologist, member of Directorio Estudiantil, writer, painter, composer and lyricist. Segura Bustamante worked as a professor of psychology at the University of Havana. She left Cuba after the Communist Revolution and she continued her work as a psychologist and writer in the U.S, where she authored several books. Segura Bustamante studied music and piano and wrote a significant amount of songs. She also studied painting and some of her pictorial works are held in the Lowe Art Museum in Miami.

The bulk of the papers consists of manuscripts of musical scores, song lyrics and writings on children's psychological development. The materials also include clippings, typescripts and photographs of the "Directorio Estudiantil Universitario 1930," clippings and reports of "Junta Patriótica Cubana," correspondence, clippings of articles on Cuba and Cuban exiles, articles by Segura Bustamante and about her, manuscripts of her poems, a copy of "Bohemia," books annotated by Segura Bustamante, a manuscript of "Cuba Siglo XX y la generación de 1930" and a manuscript of a book on child's psychology.

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This collection is open for research.

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Requests to publish or display materials from this collection require written permission from the rights owner.  Please, contact chc@miami.edu for more information.

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  • English
  • Spanish

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Gift of Inés Segura Bustamante, 1990.

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