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CHC0465 Teatro Avante CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Teatro Avante Collection contains documents from Teatro Avante, including show files, a talent directory, pictures and documents from the Hispanic Theater Festival, news clippings, and reviews.
CHC5337 TeatroStageFest RecordsAdd to your cart.

The TeatroStageFest Records contain the official records and memorabilia of TeatroStageFest, an annual two-week event held in New York City. Put on by the Latino International Theater Festival of New York, Inc., TeatroStagefest was a showcase of groundbreaking Hispanic and Spanish-language theter from New York, Latin America, the Caribbean, and Spain.

The collection includes official records and correspondence, as well as marketing material, show files, brochures, posters, pictures, and audiovisual materials. The collection also contains materials related to Susana Tubert, executive director of Latino International Theater Festival of New York, Inc. These include records and correspondence, mostly pertaining to TeatroStageFest.

CHC0193 The Truth About Cuba Committee, Inc. Records, 1961-1975Add to your cart.

The Truth About Cuba Committee, Inc. Records consist of the official organizational records of the Truth About Cuba Committee, Inc. (TACC) from 1961 to 1975, its years of operation, including publications, membership records, radio program transcripts and audio recordings, and photographs. The bulk of the materials consist of correspondence to and from Luis V. Manrara, TACC president, membership records, and TACC publications. Folder headings retain the original titles assigned by TACC to their materials.

Of special interest are 233 audiotapes, transcriptions, films, and slides, the majority of which are of debates and interviews of Luis V. Manrara with prominent international political figures as well as exiled Cuban political figures. These materials are described in Appendix I of the original finding aid. Also of note is Series IV. Reports and Publications – TACC, 1961-1973, which contains the various publications of the Committee, from single sheet circulars to brochures and pamphlets.

The original finding aid is accompanied by a personal names index and a corporate name index. Finding aid appendices and indexes are not published online.

CHC5160 Theater Ephemera Collection, circa 1950s-2013Add to your cart.
The Theater Ephemera Collection consists in programs, play tickets, clippings, flyers, invitations, playbills and photographs of theater productions and events. It also contains diplomas and recognitions about theater productions in Cuba or in the diaspora during 1950s to the present.
CHC5272 Theater Poster Collection, 1925-2014Add to your cart.
The Theater Poster Collection consists of posters of theater productions and events in Cuba or in the diaspora during 1925 to the present.
CHC5259 Theater Scripts Collection, 1927-2013Add to your cart.
The Theater Scripts Collection primarily includes typescripts of plays authored by Cuban writers, active either in Cuba or in the diaspora from 1927 to the present.
CHC5279 Tobacco Art CollectionAdd to your cart.
Spanning the 19th and 20th centuries, the Tobacco Art Collection contains art and ephemera associated with the Cuban tobacco industry. Items include commercial tobacco packing labels, cigar trademarks, several cigar bands, and two cigar boxes. The materials consists of various gifts that have been brought together under this collection.
CHC5277 Asela Torres Photography Collection, circa 1970s-2006Add to your cart.

The Asela Torres Photography Collection contains digitized photographs and published materials featuring the photographs of Cuban-born theater photographer, Asela Torres.

This collection is divided into two series. Series I contains digitized photographs taken by Asela Torres at various theater events and performances. These digitized photographs are accesible through the University of Miami Digital Collections website. Series II contains original theater programs, pamphlets, and ephemera featuring photography by Torres.

CHC5198 Rene Touzet CollectionAdd to your cart.
The Rene Touzet Collection contains musical scores, lyric books, cassette tapes, and a handwritten note by Cuban composer and bandleader Rene Touzet.
CHC5144 Toy Moon Photograph Collection, n.d., 1936-1957Add to your cart.
The collection includes photographs on a variety of Cuban subjects ranging from buildings and monuments to street vendors and musicians.
CHC5221 Frank Trelles Scrapbooks, 1925-1975Add to your cart.
The collection consists of nine scrapbooks with newspaper clippings, photographs, memorabilia, folders and correspondence documenting personal and professional activities of Frank Trelles, the chairman of the "Big Five Clubs," the largest private clubs in Havana, which included Havana Yacht Club, Miramar Yacht Club and Vedado Tennis Club.  Materials also document swimming competitions.
CHC5132 Soren Triff Papers, circa 1991-2002Add to your cart.
The papers consist of articles by Soren Triff published in various  publications, manuscripts of several of his works, articles by Cuban independent journalists, clippings of international press from and about Cuba and audio cassettes of interviews.
CHC5280 Diego Trinidad Papers, 1958Add to your cart.
The Diego Trinidad Papers contain correspondence, notes and photographs related to the Castro Revolutionary period in Sierra Maestra and El Escambray. The majority of the correspondence is between Diego Trinidad Valdés, Ernesto “Che” Guevara and Fidel Castro. Other correspondence relates to Cuban Revolutionary officers, including Otten Mesana, José Figueredo, Armando Quesada and Luis Orlando Rodríguez.



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