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University of Miami Cuban Heritage Collection Collection Libraries -- Cuba
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Ana Rosa Núñez Papers

  • CHC0143
  • Collection

The Ana Rosa Núñez Papers contain both the personal papers of, and material collected by, Cuban librarian Ana Rosa Núñez. It includes articles, papers and newspaper columns written by Núñez, correspondence, postcards, photos, and books. Also inclu...

Núñez, Ana Rosa, 1926-1999

Carmen Rovira Collection

  • CHC0169
  • Collection

The Carmen Rovira Collection contains the personal papers of twentieth century Cuban librarian Carmen Rovira. It includes library materials, editorial pieces, clippings, correspondence, documents from the Colegio Nacional de Biblotecarios Cubanos ...

Rovira, Carmen

Fermín Peraza Collection

  • CHC0153
  • Collection

The Fermín Peraza collection includes clippings, articles, and other archival material written by and about Cuban librarian Fermín Peraza (1907-1969). These clippings were sent to him from Cuba by his secretary, Juana Fonollosa de Peris, and donat...

Peraza Sarausa, Fermín, 1907-1969

Jorge Aguayo Papers

  • CHC0391
  • Collection
  • 1944-1994

The papers document professional activities of Dr. Jorge Aguayo, who was the founder of the School of Library Science at the University of Havana.  He came to the United States in 1960 and was the director of the Columbus Memorial Library at the O...

Aguayo, Jorge, 1903-

Revista Cubana Records

  • CHC0162
  • Collection

The Revista Cubana records contain personal papers of Cuban historian Carlos Ripoll, as well as documents pertaining to the publication of the Revista Cubana. Included are correspondence, both personal and professional, subscription lists, publica...

Ripoll, Carlos

Rosina Urquiza Collection

  • CHC0348
  • Collection

The Rosina Urquiza Collection is a personal scrapbook kept by librarian Rosina Urquiza, with photographs and news clippings about her community in Lakeland, Florida Southern College where she worked, and Cuban librarianship in the diaspora.

Urquiza, Rosina, 1921-2011