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ID: CHC0410

Creator: Agramonte y Pichardo, Roberto Daniel (1904-1995)

Extent: 26.0 Boxes

Arrangement: See attached PDF for container list of collection materials.

Formats/Genres: Clippings, Letters, Manuscripts


This collection contains the personal papers of Cuban academic and politician, Roberto Agramonte (1904-1995).

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Roberto Agramonte Papers contains personal papers relating to Cuban academic and politician, Roberto Agramonte (1904-1995). Materials include unpublished manuscripts of academic and political discourse; papers related to Agramonte's father, Frank J. Agramonte; family and professional correspondence; various published writings, speeches, lectures, booklets, clippings; and photographs.

Biographical Note

Roberto Daniel Agramonte y Pichardo was a Cuban academic, philosopher, and politician. Born in Villaclara, Cuba in 1904, Agramonte studied law at the University of Havana. Agramonte began his political career in 1947, serving as Cuban ambassador to Mexico until 1948. He was the first Foreign Minister of the Cuban Revolution, but left Cuba for Puerto Rico in 1960.

Roberto Agramone married Concha María de la Concepción del Río y Madueño and the couple had two children. Agramonte passed away in Puerto Rico in 1995.

Subject/Index Terms

Agramonte y Pichardo, Roberto Daniel, 1904-
Cuba - Politics and government - 20th century

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 for more information.

Physical Access Note: Boxes 1-16, 18, and 25-26 of this collection are housed off-campus and must be requested a minimum of seven calendar days in advance for consultation in the Cuban Heritage Collection Reading Room.

Acquisition Source: Gifts of Maria C. Romaguera, 1994, 1997 and 2008.

Preferred Citation: Roberto Agramonte Papers, Cuban Heritage Collection, University of Miami Libraries, Coral Gables, Florida

Finding Aid Revision History: Finding aid subjects terms assigned by Ana D. Rodríguez, February 2013.

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