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- 1961-1990 (Creation)
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Armando Couto (1918-1995) was a famous writer of popular radio programs in Cuba. His most famous work is "Los tres Villalobos," one of Cuba's most well-known radio shows.
He was exiled to Miami in January 1961, where he continued to write radio programs that were broadcast throughout Miami and Latin America.
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The Armando Couto Collection contains photographs, correspondence, and typewritten scripts of radio programs written by Armando Couto (1918-1995) broadcast in Miami, Venezuela, Mexico, Puerto Rico and Nicaragua.
The collection also contains "Revistas Semanales," illustrated reproductions of Couto's radio programs published by Editorial América in Venezuela.
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- Couto, Armando, 1918-1995 (Creator)