Collection CHC5324 - Federico García Lorca Papers

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Federico García Lorca Papers


  • circa 1920-1939 (Creation)


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The Federico García Lorca papers contain correspondence from Spanish writer and intellectual Federico García (1898-1936) Lorca to Cuban writer and diplomat José María Chacón y Calvo (1892-1969) and photographs of García Lorca while visiting Chacón y Calvo in Cuba during the 1930s.

Transcripts of the letters contained in this collection can be found in the book by Carlos Ripoll, Cuba en Lorca (2007). All correspondence and photographs in this collection have been digitized and is available in the University of Miami Digital Collections.

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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 for more information.

Preferred citation: Federico García Lorca Papers, Cuban Heritage Collection, University of Miami Libraries, Coral Gables, Florida.

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  • Spanish

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Correspondence and copy of Carlos Ripoll's book transferred from University of Miami Special Collections to Cuban Heritage Collection in July 2013.

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Selected materials from this collection have been digitized.

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José María Chacón y Calvo Papers

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