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CHC5318 Pablo Chao Papers, circa 1980s-2010sAdd to your cart.

The Pablo Chao papers document Chao's involvement with the Koubek Center when the Center was affiliated with the University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida.

The papers include clippings and scrapbooks of clippings of news related to Koubek Center events and course offerings; a CD of photographs; and Koubek Center brochures and course catalogs.

CHC0308 Gonzalo de Palacio Collection, 1958-1979Add to your cart.
The Gonzalo de Palacio Collection includes numerous interviews with American and Hispanic celebrities by Cuban writer Gonzalo Palacio for Vanidades magazine and others, as well as articles, celebrity caricatures, books, audio tapes, memorabilia, and oversize materials. Also included are photographs of numerous Latin celebrities sorted in alphabetical order, and manuscripts from Galeria de Americanos Ilustres.
CHC0535 Eddy Palmer PapersAdd to your cart.
The Eddy Palmer Papers contain a large number of tapes from interviews, documentaries, and other projects undertaken by Cuban lawyer and journalist Eduardo Palmer. Also included is a small box of personal papers, with clippings, correspondence, and script copy.
CHC5268 Vicente Pardo Castelló PapersAdd to your cart.
The Vicente Pardo Castelló papers contain correspondence, honors, and awards of Cuban physician Dr. Vicente Pardo Castelló.
CHC0464 Arva Moore Parks Photograph Collection, 1960sAdd to your cart.
The Ava Moore Parks photograph collection consists of images of Cuban exile owned restaurants, stores and other businesses in Miami in the 1960s.
CHC5294 Patronato del Teatro Ephemera CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Patronato del Teatro Ephemera Collection contains programs and playbills from performances at the Patronato del Teatro in Havana, Cuba.
CHC0350 Pedro Pan Collection, 1961-2010Add to your cart.

The Pedro Pan Collection gathers materials donated by Pedro Pans in reference to their experiences during Operation Pedro Pan in the 1960s.

The collection consists of mementos kept by several families during Operation Pedro Pan, including photographs, travel documents, correspondence, documentaries and an airport log.

CHC5364 Pedroso Family CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Pedroso Family collection contains information collected by and about the Pedroso family, of Cuban and Spanish origin. It includes birth and marriage certificates, legal documents, and genealogical information about the extended family throughout the island of Cuba, and documentation of their roots in Spain.
CHC5197 Gina Pellón Papers, 1979-2004Add to your cart.
The collection documents the activities of Gina Pellón as an artist.  The materials include catalogues, postcards, flyers, books and a DVD.
CHC0152 Ángel Guido Peña Papers, 1978-1991Add to your cart.
The Ángel Guido Peña Papers contain manuscripts and typescripts of plays, poems and newsletters authored by Cuban exile Ángel Guido Peña.
CHC0153 Fermín Peraza CollectionAdd to your cart.
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 donated to the University of Miami Libraries in 1969. The collection also includes documents, reports, photographs, correspondence, honors and awards donated by his wife, Elena Peraza.
CHC5215 Manuel Pereiras García Playscripts, 1977-1991Add to your cart.
The Manuel Pereiras García playscripts collection consists of playscripts authored or translated by Cuban-born playwright Manuel Pereiras García between 1977 and 1991.
CHC0545 Marta Pérez CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Marta Pérez collection contains memorabilia from Cuban opera singer and Sociedad Pro-Arte Grateli founder Marta Pérez. It includes photographs, show files, articles, clippings, programs, liberettos and musical scores, and AV materials.
CHC5008 Guy Pérez-Cisneros Papers, 1915-1953Add to your cart.

The Guy Pérez-Cisneros Papers contain correspondence, writings and photographs of Guy Pérez-Cisneros (1915-1953), Cuban diplomat and art critic.

The collection contains correspondence; articles and clippings by Pérez-Cisneros relating to Cuban art; and photograph albums, reports, typescripts and audio recordings of speeches given by the diplomat during his tenure at the United Nations.

CHC5409 Peter Moruzzi collection, 1940-1950Add to your cart.
The collection includes pamphlets, brochures, menus and entertainment ephemera and photographs relating to tourism and popular culture in Cuba during the 1950s. The narrative is geared towards a U.S. audience.
CHC5117 Phonograph CollectionAdd to your cart.
This collection is comprised of 128 phonographs.
CHC5048 Manuel Piedra Martel CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Manuel Piedra Martel collection consists of the personal papers of Cuban writer and colonel Manuel Piedra Martel. It includes correspondence, geneaology, photographs, short story manuscripts, clippings, and a newspaper account of the death of Antonio Maceo written by Piedra. It also includes Piedra's publications from the University of Miami, and a copper plaque awarded to him.
CHC0110 Humberto Piñera Llera Papers, 1942-1986Add to your cart.
The Humberto Piñera Llera papers contains the personal papers of Humberto Piñera Llera, Cuban philosopher, essayist, literary critic and educator. Documents in the collection include correspondence, manuscripts of articles written by Piñera for Diario de las Américas and other periodicals, along with newspaper and magazine clippings of articles on literature, philosophy and Cuba. The collection also contains manuscripts of his conference speeches, class lectures and syllabi and outlines of courses taught by him from 1961 to 1986. The working papers for two of his major works, Idea, sentimiento y sendibilidad de José Martí and Sastre y su idea de la libertad, can be found in the collection, along with original manuscripts of books authored by others. A section of the collection houses papers relating to Piñera’s brother, playright Virgilio Piñera Llera (1912-1979). A series of diplomas, commendations and certificates of merit awarded to Humberto Piñera round out the collection.
CHC0538 Willy del Pino Papers, 1975-1997Add to your cart.
The Willy del Pino papers consist of clippings, photographs, correspondence, awards and an annotated book  related to Cuban boxing and the Association of Cuban Journalists in Exile.
CHC5134 Juana Rosa Pita PapersAdd to your cart.
The Juana Rosa Pita papers consists of personal papers of Cuban-American poet Juana Rosa Pita, including manuscripts, correspondence, posters, event flyers, musical scores, Vigia items, and a thesis for the Universidad Federal do Rio Grande in Brazil.
CHC0521 Dora Plavetic Collection, 1994Add to your cart.
The Dora Plavetic collection consists of unpublished manuscript of a book titled "Orgullosamente balseros cubanos" written by Cuban rafters at Guantánamo Bay.  The manuscript includes drawings, caricatures and photographs.
CHC5252 Tom Pohrt Photograph Collection, ca. 1845-1940sAdd to your cart.
The Tom Pohrt photograph collection includes photographs from Cuba in the 19th and 20th century collected by Mr. Pohrt: albumen prints, including a group of images from an album dating from 1859 through the early 1860s of the lighthouses of Cuba and attributed to the studio of C.D. Fredricks; daguerreotype, ambrotype, carte de visite, and cabinet card portraits, the earliest dating from about 1845; stereographs taken by George Barnard around 1863; over 200 glass stereographs from the late 1890s to the 1920s; and 35 color slides from the 1940s.  Barnard’s images include several prints that are among the earliest known photographs documenting slavery in 19th-century Cuba.
CHC5179 Polymita Picta CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Polymita Picta collection consists of materials related to the Polymita picta, or Cuban land snail, also known as the painted snail, a species endemic to Cuba. It includes photographs, articles, posters, an encyclopedia entry, and specimins of shells.
CHC5269 Herminio Portell Vilá Papers, 1960s-1990sAdd to your cart.
The Herminio Portell Vilá Papers (1901-1992) include research writings, bibliographic notes, and clippings about events in Cuba and Latin America during his exile time in the United States (1960-1992) . Materials also consist of radio transcripts, audio materials of radio programs, memorabilia and correspondence of the Cuban historian and scholar Herminio Portell Vilá.  His primary research interests focused on early U.S.-Cuban relations, but his papers also include materials about those relations in the 20th century and revolutionary Cuba.
CHC0392 Georgia Portuondo Photograph Collection, n.d., 1969-1976Add to your cart.
The Georgia Portuondo photograph collection consists of photographs of the construction and dedication of the Memorial bust of José Martí in Port Chester, New York.
CHC5152 J. M. Portuondo Papers, 1871-1982Add to your cart.
The papers document activities of J. M. Portuondo in capacity of a professor of Internal Medicine at the University of Havana, a writer and a faculty member of the University of Miami School of Medicine.  The materials include books, pamphlets, periodicals, clippings, circular letters, typescripts of anti-communist writings by Portuondo, reports, a poem by Portuondo, speeches by him, copies of his medical diplomas, a historical map of Havana, and photostats of a photograph and of a letter from José Martí to José Portuondo.
CHC0342 Felipe Préstamo Collection, 1900-1960Add to your cart.
The Felipe Préstamo collection consists of 75 slides of Cuba, including the slides of the following seven villages founded by Diego Velázquez de Cuellar: Havana, Baracoa, Bayamo, Santiago de Cuba, Sancti Spiritu, Puerto Principe and Trinidad, which were taken from the photographs and postcards held in Cuban Heritage Collection.
CHC0500 Puente de Jovenes Profesionales Cubanos RecordsAdd to your cart.
The Puente de Jovenes Profesionales Cubanos records contain the official records of the organization, including financial records, legal documents, correspondence, pamphlets and event programs, membership records, and articles written about the organization. It also includes officail stationary.
CHC0484 Carmen Puig Papers, 1866-2008Add to your cart.

The Carmen Puig papers document Carmen Puig's family ties to Jennings Cox, Puig's step-grandfather and the American credited with inventing the daiquiri cocktail.  Cox was an engineer with Bethlehem Iron Works in charge of mines in Daiquirí, a town in Cuba's southeast region.  Cox reportedly invented the famous daiquiri cocktail in 1898 by mixing together white Bacardi rum, mineral water, sugar, lemon juice, and crushed ice.

The Carmen Puig Papers include an original recipe for the daiquiri, while the bulk of the materials consist of family photographs.  The papers also include some correspondence, clippings, and memorabilia; and materials related to Puig's career with the Bacardi company from 1965 to 1986.

CHC5399 Enrique Pujals Collection on Carlos Montenegro, c. 1980sAdd to your cart.

The Enrique Pujals collection on Carlos Montenegro contains documents and materials related to Cuban author Carlos Montenegro collected by Pujals for his book on the writer,Vida y memorias de Carlos Montenegro ​(1988). Pujals was a foreign languages professor at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey from 1969 until his retirement in 2009.

Pujals collection on Carlos Montenegro includes photographs, book reviews and reports, articles about Montenegro, Montenegro's correspondence with Enrique Pujals, and a cassette tape with an interview of Pujals with Montengro in 1976.

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