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Materials of the exiled Cuban artists Juan Boza (visual artist), Manuel Martín, Jr. (dramatist), and José Corrales (dramatist and critic) have been separated from this collection and placed into their own respective collections. Posters in this collection have been separated into the Theater Posters Collection. See Related Materials for more information.
Pedro Monge Rafuls sold the bulk of his collection to the Downtown Collection at New York University's Fales Library, where it is house as the Pedro Monge Rafuls Collection of Latino Art and Theater.
In the Cuban Heritage Collection, the following manuscript collections relate to the Pedro Monge Rafuls Collection:
Manuel Martín, Jr. Papers
José Corrales Papers
Theater Poster Collection
A number of play scripts by Monge Rafuls are located in the Theater Scripts Colection.
Please see also our webpage on our Theater holdings at:
Information about related materials is available at http://merrick.library.miami.edu/cubanHeritage/theater/
Sponsor Note: Funding to ship this collection from New York to the University of Miami was generously provided by The Goizueta Foundation. This collection processed with the support of the Knight Foundation.
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