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Cuban Refugee Center Records
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Clippings

This series constitutes the bulk of the Cuban Refugee Center Records. It contains newspaper clippings of articles about all matters relating to the Cuban Refugee Center and to refugees, as well as political and social issues with potential impact ...

Cuban Refugee Center Documents and Programs

Correspondence, reprints, statistics and other materials related to the Center’s history, administrative organization, social services programs, speeches and awards. Prominent among the subjects are airlift efforts and the resettlement program.

Cuban Refugee Center Records

  • CHC0218
  • Collection
  • 1960-1994

The Cuban Refugee Center Records include correspondence, reports, publications, photographs, and clippings created and collected by the Cuban Refugee Center (CRC), in Miami in 1960 as part of a federal program to assist Cubans arriving at the Unit...

United States. Cuban Refugee Program.

Government Agencies

Correspondence and other documents by and about government agencies relating to programs and services they provided in collaboration with the Refugee Center, or informing the Refugee Center of independent programs and activities in which refugees ...

Non Governmental Agencies and Organizations

Correspondence and other documents relating to activities, programs and services for refugees provided by volunteer and independent organizations and agencies in collaboration with the Refugee Center. Includes documents about the program for Cuban...

Other Documents

Articles and other documents collected by the Refugee Center produced by agencies and associations other than the ones covered in series I through III; includes articles on social status and adaptation; adult education catalogs and program descrip...

Photographs

Photographs of the Cuban Refugee Center, its programs, events, visitors, awards and employees; includes photographs relating to refugees and their activities, and of relevant personalities collected by the Center.