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Helen Maynard Ireland Papers

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Helen Maynard Ireland Papers, 1926-1935 | University of Miami Cuban Heritage Collection

By Fernando Espino

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ID: CHC5387

Creator: Maynard Ireland, Helen

Extent: 1.0 Boxes

Abstract

The Helen Maynard Ireland Papers contain the personal writings of Helen Ireland, the wife of Gordon Ireland, a lawyer who worked for the Cuban Sugar Cane Company in the 1920s-1930s.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Helen Maynard Ireland Papers contain the personal writings of Helen Ireland, the wife of Gordon Ireland, a lawyer who worked for the Cuban Sugar Cane Company in the 1920s-1930s.

The collection contains various manuscripts about the couple's life in Cuba, travels through Moron province, and Helen's interactions with Rosalia Abreau, a researcher working with primates in Cuba.

Biographical Note

Helen Maynard Ireland was an American woman who moved to Cuba in the 1920s with her husband, a lawyer for the Cuban Cane Sugar Company. She wrote extensively about her experiences in Cuba, and while living there, befriended Rosaila Abreau, a Cuban simian researcher.

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Cuba
Sugarcane industry - Cuba
Zoology

Administrative Information

Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions: Requests to publish or display materials from this collection require written permission from the rights owner. Please contact chc@miami.edu for more information.

Acquisition Method: Purchase, 2014.

Preferred Citation: Helen Maynard Ireland papers, Cuban Heritage Collection, University of Miami Libraries, Coral Gables, Florida.

Processing Information: Collection-level record by Fernando Espino, November 2014.




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