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CHC0076 Pedro J. Saavedra CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Pedro J. Saavedra Papers include the personal documents of diplomat Pedro Saavedra. They contain biographical data, correspondence, and news clippings on Saavedra's activities with various international organizations.
CHC0149 Ramón S. Sabat Panart CollectionAdd to your cart.
This collection documents the activities of Panart, a pioneering Cuban record label created by Ramón S. Sabat (1902-1986) in the 1940s. Panart sold millions of records worldwide and, according to Mr. Sabat, it was generally responsible for the extensive circulation of Cuban music around the world. The bulk of this collection consists of sound recordings in different formats: various phonograph record types, audiocassettes, reel to reel tapes and eight-track stereo tapes. In 1961, the Cuban government took over Panart's holdings in Cuba. Mr. Sabat and his family settled in the U.S. during the early 1960s, and they created a company in Miami that continued to distribute Panart recordings until the 1980s.
CHC5013 Lalita Salazar PapersAdd to your cart.
The Lalita Salazar Papers contain musical scores and AV material from Cuban stage singer Lalita Salazar.
CHC5195 Paul Salgueiro CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Paul Salgueiro Collection is a folder containing fifteen posters of Cuban ballet star Alicia Alonso.
CHC5042 Baruj Salinas Collection, 1968-2000Add to your cart.
The collection documents professional activities of Baruj Salinas, Cuban painter of international fame.  The materials consist of imitations of Salinas' paintings, pamphlets and clippings.
CHC5100 San Carlos Institute CollectionAdd to your cart.
The San Carlos Institute Records contain reports, clippings, financial records and articles about the San Carlos Institute, San Carlos School, San Carlos Theater and Cuban Consulate.
CHC0476 Federico Sánchez Villalba Papers, 1917-1943Add to your cart.
The papers of Federico Sánchez Villalba contain letters, photographs, clippings costume and stage designs, as well as fashion designs and some original art work.
CHC5061 Osvaldo Sánchez Film CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Osvaldo Sánchez Film Collection contains commercials and newsreel footage filmed by Cuban cinematographer Osvaldo Sánchez from the 1940s to the 1980s, in Cuba and in the United States. Sánchez filmed a range of commercials for local businesses serving Miami's Latino community, from restaurants to furniture and clothing stores. Commercials for Miami businesses in the 1960s to 1970s, such as Café Estrella, Pestonit Florist, and Rivas Realty, have been digitized.
CHC0222 Sara Sanchez CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Sara Sanchez Collection contains a scrapbook containing extensive photographs, postcards, writings, and memorabilia of pre-revolutionary Cuba.
CHC5125 Luis Santeiro Papers, 1973-2003Add to your cart.
This collection documents the work of the television writer and playwright, Luis Santeiro. It includes television scripts for the bilingual sitcom "¿Qué Pasa, USA?" and other files related to the show such as contracts and reviews. The papers also consist of scripts and other documents related to his plays (such as programs and production files) and documents regarding "Carrascolendas".
CHC5176 Héctor Santiago Papers, 1958-2002Add to your cart.
The Héctor Santiago Papers collection includes only part of his literary anthology, with future additions expected. The Papers include scripts, essays, short stories, reviews, clippings, and theater programs.  Additionally, the collection contains personal and professional correspondence, interviews, awards, and financial records. Some scripts and stories written by Santiago in 1960s were excavated from the ground beneath a tree in Cuba where they had been buried for more than 20 years.  In order to preserve these original typescripts, photocopies have been made for perusal.  Also of interest is a group of letters written by Santiago’s fellow prisoners in UMAP.
CHC5402 Cristina Saralegui Collection, 1990sAdd to your cart.
The Cristina Saralegui Collection contains articles and materials related to TV personality Cristina Saralegui and her eponymous show on Univision. These include newspaper clippings, correspondence, advertisements, press releases, reviews, booklets, and invitations.
CHC5131 Alberto Sarraín Records, 1971-2010Add to your cart.
This collection contains documents, clippings, photographs and ephemera of the activities of Alberto Sarraín and his theater production group, La Má Teodora. The collection documents his financial, administrative, theatrical and personal activities. There is also a quantity of personal papers which make up a portion of the collection.
CHC0176 Inés Segura Bustamante Papers, 1930-2002Add to your cart.

These papers document Inés Segura Bustamante's (1919-2002) multiple professional, political and artistic activities. She was a clinical psychologist, member of Directorio Estudiantil, writer, painter, composer and lyricist. Segura Bustamante worked as a professor of psychology at the University of Havana. She left Cuba after the Communist Revolution and she continued her work as a psychologist and writer in the U.S, where she authored several books. Segura Bustamante studied music and piano and wrote a significant amount of songs. She also studied painting and some of her pictorial works are held in the Lowe Art Museum in Miami.

The bulk of the papers consists of manuscripts of musical scores, song lyrics and writings on children's psychological development. The materials also include clippings, typescripts and photographs of  the "Directorio Estudiantil Universitario 1930," clippings and reports of "Junta Patriótica Cubana," correspondence, clippings of articles on Cuba and Cuban exiles, articles by Segura Bustamante and about her, manuscripts of her poems, a copy of "Bohemia," books annotated by Segura Bustamante, a manuscript of "Cuba Siglo XX y la generación de 1930" and a manuscript of a book on child's psychology.

CHC5398 Boris Shabliovsky collection, 1917-1943Add to your cart.
This collection contains a short manuscript and 83 letters written predominantly by Boris Shabliovsky. The earliest letters were written in Warsaw, Poland, and the later ones in Havana, Cuba. Many of the letters are addressed to a Goldie Shapiro in Boston.
CHC0179 Georgina Shelton Papers, 1876-1983Add to your cart.
Papers documenting Georgina Shelton's involvement in Lyceum and Lawn Tennis Club, Havana, Cuba are the most important ones in this collection.  Materials also include articles about and by Hilda Perera, postcards of Mexico from 1920, programs from John J. Koubek Memorial Center, clippings, correspondence and newspaper from 1876.
CHC5292 Silvio Acosta PapersAdd to your cart.
The Silvio Acosta Papers contain scrapbooks of the professional and personal life of Silvio Acosta, architect.
CHC0181 Jose G. Simón Papers, 1966-1990Add to your cart.
The papers document activities of Dr. Jose G. Simón, who was a lawyer in Cuba and Associate Professor in Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA.  The materials include a booklet titled Elena Mederos: Símbolo de Patriotismo y Libertad discussing Mederos' feminist views and her fight for women's rights.  The materials also consist of clippings, correspondence relating to Simón's work for the Old Dominion University, copies of articles about Fidel Castro, job referral office for Hispanics in Norfolk, Guantánamo; a book by Simón about Spanish language and photocopies of Hispania, a journal devoted to teaching of Spanish and Portuguese.
CHC5448 Smith and Streeter Tourism Ephemera Collection, 1925-1926Add to your cart.
The Smith and Streeter Tourism Ephemera Collection (CHC5448) contains collectable memorabilia. There are ticket stubs, travel brochures, information and events from businesses that were obtained by Smith and Streeter during their travels. There is also a form chart, passenger list, and luggage tag from their cruise together.
CHC5393 Sociedad de Arte Musical de Santa Clara Ephemera Collection, c. 1980sAdd to your cart.
The Sociedad de Arte Musical de Santa Clara Ephemera Collection contains performance flyers, playbills, and other memorabilia from La Sociedad de Arte Musical de Santa Clara in Cuba.
CHC5182 Caridad Sola CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Caridad Sola Collection contains photographs and documents about artist Caridad Sola's "Perdida" art installation on the Cuban exile experience.
CHC5355 Baserva Soler PapersAdd to your cart.
The Baserva Soler Papers contain the personal materials of Cuban pianist, bandleader and composer Baserva Soler. They include CDs, vinyl, and cassette tapes of Soler’s music and performances, photographs of Soler and musical figures he worked with, sheet music, concert programs, pamphlets, and newspaper reviews.
CHC0501 Solidaridad de Trabajadores Cubanos CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Solidaridad de Trabajadores Cubanos Collection consists of pamphlets and periodicals published by this organization as well as its declaration of principles and the "Declaración de Montecristi." The posters that originally formed part of this collection have been transferred to the Cuban Exile Poster Collection.
CHC5003 Rabbi Frederick Solomon Papers, 1947-1976Add to your cart.
This collection documents the activities of Dr. Frederick Solomon, a progressive rabbi in the Cuban-Jewish community of Havana, Cuba. The collection includes correspondence between Dr. Solomon and members of The World Union for Progressive Judaism in London, England, as well as articles, manuscripts of sermons, and outlines of religious services authored by Dr. Solomon for the United Hebrew Congregation at Temple Beth Israel, home to the Centro Macabeo de Cuba, dating from 1953 to 1960. The collection also contains two pamphlets for Jewish events held at Hebrew Union College’s Jewish Institute of Religion in Cincinnati, Ohio, in 1975 and 1976.
CHC0183 Máximo Sorondo CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Maximo Sorondo Collection contains the personal papers of Maximo Sorondo, who served from 1960 to 1965 as an ambassador for the Consejo Revolucionario Cubano. His papers include manuscripts, correspondence, reports, and several scrapbooks, which contain mostly newspaper clippings, some broadsides, and a few photographs.
CHC5200 Leandro Soto Papers, 1978-2007Add to your cart.
The Leandro Soto Papers consist primarily of original drawings of set and costume designs, audiovisual materials, posters, and photographs of productions and exhibitions documenting the work of visual and performance artist Leandro Soto. While the collection also includes correspondence, clippings, press releases, manuscripts, and theater and exhibitions programs, the bulk of materials relate to Soto’s artistic production in the United States since 1992.
CHC0184 Edward Spalding Papers, 1795-1825Add to your cart.
The Edward Spalding Papers document the commercial and personal activities of Edward Spalding, a shipping agent who worked in Cuba during the early nineteenth century.  The Papers include correspondence, receipts, bills and other documents.  Correspondence, arranged chronologically, documents Spalding's efforts on behalf of New England merchants and ship owners.
CHC5065 Spanish American War Panoramic Photograph Collection, 1899-1902Add to your cart.
This collection consists of 17 rolls of panoramic photos from the Spanish-American War (1899-1902) during the U.S. military rule of Cuba. The photographs detail the US-built military fortifications on the island contructed during the time of US occupation.
CHC0390 Sunny Storm PhotographsAdd to your cart.
Two photographs of the interior of artist Amelia Pélaez's residence in Havana, Cuba.
CHC5246 StoryCorps Historias Interviews Collection, 2009-2010Add to your cart.

The StoryCorps Historias Interview collection contains 152 interviews recorded from 2009-2010 as part of the StoryCorps Historias project. The interviews held by the Cuban Heritage Collection represent all interviews recorded in Miami and of participants who self-identify as Cuban or of Cuban descent, regardless of place of interview.

In 2009, the Cuban Heritage Collection became a community partner of the Storycorp Historias project, “an initiative to record the diverse stories and life experiences of Latinos in the United States.” As part of this partnership, the Cuban Heritage Collection received all oral histories recorded in Miami and all interviews in which participants self-identified as Cuban or of Cuban descent. The Storycorps Historias interviews held at the Cuban Heritage Collection are available for online viewing at the Cuban Heritage Collection’s reading room.

CHC0561 Carmen V. Suárez Collection, 1896-1938Add to your cart.
The collection consists of correspondence to Gabriel Montaner from Generalísimo Máximo Gómez and Rafael Rodríguez during the Cuban Independence War and a copy of a Cuban newspaper, "Avance."
CHC0489 Roberto Suárez CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Roberto Suarez Papers contain clippings and documents from Cuban journalist and founder of El Nuevo Herald Roberto Suarez. They include extensive clippings from El Nuevo Herald from 1987-1995, an obituary, and a book by Suarez entitled Cuba: La Infamia de Castro.
CHC0522 Luis Suárez-Villa Papers, 1993-1996Add to your cart.
The bulk of the collection consists of copies of articles written by various authors about the human rights violations in Cuba.  The articles were published in The Miami Herald and compiled by Suárez-Villa, professor in the Department of Urban and Regional Planning in School of Social Ecology at the University of California. The materials also include copies of correspondence to Luis Suárez-Villa regarding the compilation of the articles.
CHC5035 Sina Sutter Papers, 1996-1999Add to your cart.
The papers document activities of Sina Sutter as scenic artist, miniaturist, product designer, gallery owner and fine artist.  The materials include reproductions of her works, Sutter's Curriculum Vitae, programs, pamphlets and exhibition catalog.
CHC5161 Caridad Svich Papers, 1980-2013Add to your cart.
The Caridad Svich Papers contain the personal and literary works of playwright Caridad Svich. This collection is organized into two series. Series 1 consists of original theater works as well as translations by Caridad Svich; materials related to the productions, such as playbills, advertisements, clippings and reviews; and articles about the playwrights. Series 2 consists of audiovisual material such as Mini DVs, CDs and tapes containing conferences presented by Caridad Svich and performance soundtracks.
CHC0189 Tad Szulc Collection of Interview Transcripts, 1984-1986Add to your cart.
The Tad Szulc Collection of Interview Transcripts includes the typescript transcripts of Tad Szulc's taped interviews with Fidel Castro, Raul Castro, and other government officials in Cuba and with Cuban exiles in Miami, Florida, from 1984 to 1985, in preparation for Szulc's book Fidel: A Critical Portrait (New York: Morrow, 1986).



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