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Box 1

Abreu, Ernesto

Aguila-Meneses, Lourdes

Aguirre, Horacio

Alba Buffill, Elio

Aleida Leal

Alonso, Hilda

Álvarez Guedes, Guillermo

Angelita Castany

Añorga, Martin Rev.

Aragón, Uva de

Arboleya, Carlos

Arias, Antonio

Arregui, Ricardo

Baker, Chris and Dennis Baker

Basulto, Jose

Beato M.D., Virgilio

Benes, Bernardo

Benguria, Carmina

Bichachi, Israel

Bofill, Ricardo

Cabell, Nestor

Candela, Hilario

Cao M.D., Andrés

Cárdenas, Isidro

Castillo, Amelia del

Castillo, Siro  del

Chirino, Willy

Chorens, Olga

Clark, Juan M.

Conte Agüero, Luis

Cros Sandoval, Mercedes

Cruz Varela, María Elena

Cutillas, Manuel J.

Diaz Espinosa, Maribel

Diaz, Guarioné

Diaz, Sonia

Diaz-Balart, Lincoln

Dúran, Alfredo

Fajardo, Josefina

Father Sergio Carrillo

Feldenkreis, George

Fernandez, Camilo

Ferreira M.D., Leonor

Fiallo, Delia Pascual

Fleitas, Andrés

Garcia Fusté, Tomás

Garcia, Jaime

Garrido, José A.

Germain, Miguel

Goderich, Mario P.

Gómez Gómez, José

González, Fidel

Grau de Santeiro, Maria

Gustavo de los Reyes

Gutiérrez, Carlos

Hernandez, Francisco "Pepe" J.

Huertas M.D., Enrique

Iriondo, Sylvia G.

Jorge, Antonio

José Andreu

Le Matt, Jose

Leon Jr., Benjamin

Levitan, Aida

Lezama Lima, Eloisa

López Jr., Camilo

Lopez, Tony

Luna, Laura

Machado, Gus

Martinez, Eugenio Rolando "Musculito"

Mas Santos, Jorge

Matos Sr., Huber

Medrano, Humberto

Menendez, Denetrio

Mesa-Marti Betancourt Sharpe, Lidia

O'Farrill, Albertina

Pais, Agustin

Palacios Ruiz, Hector

Palmer, Eduardo

Patterson, Enrique

Paz, Luis de la

Pedrón, Luis

Perodin, Sergio

Pichardo, Ernesto

Piña, Alicio

Portela, Leonor

Quadreny, Jorge L.

Quintana, Nicolas

Ramirez, Rafael "Felo"

Rasco, Jose Ignacio

Rivera, Agapito

Rivero, Antonio

Roblan, Armando

Rodriguez de Aragon, Roberto

Rodriguez, Ana Lazara

Rodriguez, Felix Ismael

Roman, Monsignor Agustin A.

Romani, Salvador

Ros, Enrique

Rosa, Pili de la

Salvat, Juan Manuel

Santiago, Juan Antonio "Tony"

Santos de Mas Canosa, Irma

Sonia Calero

Soto, Osvaldo

Suarez Baster, Rodrigo

Suarez, Diego R.

Tabernilla Palmero, Francisco "Silito"

Torres, Asela

Valdes, Zoe

Valls, Jorge

Vazquez, Eva



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Title: Luis J. Botifoll Oral History Project, 2008-2013Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

ID: CHC5212

Extent: 112.0 Items

Arrangement: The list of interviews is arranged alphabetically by last name of interviewee.

Languages: Spanish;Castilian

Abstract

The Luis J. Botifoll Oral History Project contains videos, outlines, and selected transcripts of oral history interviews conducted principally with members of the first generations of Cubans exiled since the Cuban Revolution.

Scope and Contents of the Materials

The Luis J. Botifoll Oral History Project collection includes videos, outlines, and selected transcripts of oral history interviews conducted principally with members of the first generations of Cubans exiled since the Cuban Revolution. Interviews with political prisoners, visual artists, community activists, and others help to capture Cuba's undocumented history, culture, and people, as well as the exile experience.

The Botifoll Oral History Project was launched in April 2008 with the support of the AMIGOS of the Cuban Heritage Collection. The Project aims to record and provide access to these testimonies in support of the Cuban Heritage Collection's efforts to document the Cuban experience on the island and in the diaspora.

The interviews are made available online as they are completed and can be accessed from the Univeristy of Miami Digital Collections.

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Exiles - Cuba
Oral history

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Access Restrictions: This collection is open for research.

Use Restrictions: Copyright to these materials lies with the University of Miami. They may not be reproduced, retransmitted, published, distributed, or broadcast without the permission of the Cuban Heritage Collection. For information about obtaining copies or to request permission to publish any part of an interview, please contact the Cuban Heritage Collection at chc@miami.edu.

Acquisition Method: Made possible with the support of the AMIGOS of the Cuban Heritage Collection.

Other Note: These oral histories express the views, memories and opinions of their respective interviewees. They do not represent the viewpoints of the University of Miami, its officers, agents, employees, or volunteers. The University of Miami makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of any information contained in the interviews and expressly disclaims any liability therefor.


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[Box 1],
[Item 5212.0030: Abreu, Ernesto, 2010 September 30],
[Item 5212.0092: Aguila-Meneses, Lourdes, 2012 June 12],
[Item 5212.0023: Aguirre, Horacio, 2010 July 27],
[Item 5212.0098: Alba Buffill, Elio, 2012 July 25],
[Item 5212.0112: Aleida Leal, 2014 May 15],
[Item 5212.0086: Alonso, Hilda, 2012 May 21],
[Item 5212.0080: Álvarez Guedes, Guillermo, 2012 January 28],
[Item 5212.0111: Angelita Castany, 2014 April 18],
[Item 5212.0017: Añorga, Martin Rev., 2009 November 5],
[Item 5212.0097: Aragón, Uva de, 2012 July 23],
[Item 5212.0028: Arboleya, Carlos, 2010 August 17],
[Item 5212.0026: Arias, Antonio, 2011 November 16],
[Item 5212.0078: Arregui, Ricardo, 2012 October 2],
[Item 5212.0106: Baker, Chris and Dennis Baker, 2013 March 12],
[Item 5212.0010: Basulto, Jose, 2009 January 8],
[Item 5212.0020: Beato M.D., Virgilio, 2010 July 17],
[Item 5212.0014: Benes, Bernardo, 2009 July 23],
[Item 5212.0050: Benguria, Carmina, 2011 June 29],
[Item 5212.0062: Bichachi, Israel, 2011 October 12],
[Item 5212.0004: Bofill, Ricardo, 2008 May 31],
[Item 5212.0059: Cabell, Nestor, 2011 July 8],
[Item 5212.0038: Candela, Hilario, 2010 November 15],
[Item 5212.0040: Cao M.D., Andrés, 2010 December 16],
[Item 5212.0089: Cárdenas, Isidro, 2012 May 29],
[Item 5212.0088: Castillo, Amelia del, 2012 May 23],
[Item 5212.0069: Castillo, Siro  del, 2011 October 3],
[Item 5212.0096: Chirino, Willy, 2012 July 16],
[Item 5212.0005: Chorens, Olga, 2008 June 4],
[Item 5212.0053: Clark, Juan M., 2011 June 21],
[Item 5212.0007: Conte Agüero, Luis, 2008 October 30; 2008 November 21],
[Item 5212.0003: Cros Sandoval, Mercedes, 2008 May 21],
[Item 5212.0103: Cruz Varela, María Elena, 2012 September 5],
[Item 5212.0076: Cutillas, Manuel J., 2011 December 22],
[Item 5212.0095: Diaz Espinosa, Maribel, 2012 June 26],
[Item 5212.0027: Diaz, Guarioné, 2010 August 10],
[Item 5212.0094: Diaz, Sonia, 2012 June 11],
[Item 5212.0081: Diaz-Balart, Lincoln, 2011 November 7],
[Item 5212.0035: Dúran, Alfredo, 2010 November 5],
[Item 5212.0034: Fajardo, Josefina, 2010 October 20],
[Item 5212.0108: Father Sergio Carrillo, 2013 September 10],
[Item 5212.0077: Feldenkreis, George, 2012 February 8],
[Item 5212.0042: Fernandez, Camilo, 2011 January 15],
[Item 5212.0068: Ferreira M.D., Leonor, 2011 September 26],
[Item 5212.0104: Fiallo, Delia Pascual, 2012 September 29],
[Item 5212.0051: Fleitas, Andrés, 2011 June 29],
[Item 5212.0039: Garcia Fusté, Tomás, 2010 December 8],
[Item 5212.0075: Garcia, Jaime, 2011 November 21],
[Item 5212.0105: Garrido, José A., 2013 January 22],
[Item 5212.0055: Germain, Miguel, 2011 July 11],
[Item 5212.0087: Goderich, Mario P., 2012 May 22],
[Item 5212.0054: Gómez Gómez, José, 2011 June 7],
[Item 5212.0079: González, Fidel, 2012 March 7],
[Item 5212.0019: Grau de Santeiro, Maria, 2010 February 20],
[Item 5212.0109: Gustavo de los Reyes, 2013 September 13],
[Item 5212.0101: Gutiérrez, Carlos, 2012 August 14],
[Item 5212.0031: Hernandez, Francisco "Pepe" J., 2010 October 15],
[Item 5212.0041: Huertas M.D., Enrique, 2011 January 6],
[Item 5212.0071: Iriondo, Sylvia G., 2012 February 29],
[Item 5212.0084: Jorge, Antonio, 2011 October 28],
[Item 5212.0107: José Andreu, 2013 July 2],
[Item 5212.0063: Le Matt, Jose, 2012 June 22],
[Item 5212.0016: Leon Jr., Benjamin, 2009 October 28],
[Item 5212.0102: Levitan, Aida, 2012 August 22],
[Item 5212.0015: Lezama Lima, Eloisa, 2009 May 22],
[Item 5212.0090: López Jr., Camilo, 2012 May 16],
[Item 5212.0013: Lopez, Tony, 2009 June 13],
[Item 5212.0065: Luna, Laura, 2011 September 16],
[Item 5212.0046: Machado, Gus, 2011 February 3],
[Item 5212.0021: Martinez, Eugenio Rolando "Musculito", 2010 June 29],
[Item 5212.0072: Mas Santos, Jorge, 2011 August 4],
[Item 5212.0002: Matos Sr., Huber, 2008 April 23; 2008 May 1; 2008 May 7],
[Item 5212.0009: Medrano, Humberto, 2010 September 13],
[Item 5212.0058: Menendez, Denetrio, 2011 July 5],
[Item 5212.0043: Mesa-Marti Betancourt Sharpe, Lidia, 2011 January 16],
[Item 5212.0001: O'Farrill, Albertina, 29 March 2008; 2008 April 4],
[Item 5212.0070: Pais, Agustin, 2011 October 17],
[Item 5212.0006: Palacios Ruiz, Hector, 2008 July 17],
[Item 5212.0073: Palmer, Eduardo, 2011 November 5],
[Item 5212.0044: Patterson, Enrique, 2011 January 26],
[Item 5212.0099: Paz, Luis de la, 2012 July 26],
[Item 5212.0085: Pedrón, Luis, 2012 May 14],
[Item 5212.0049: Perodin, Sergio, 2011 May 25],
[Item 5212.0037: Pichardo, Ernesto, 2010 November 11],
[Item 5212.0083: Piña, Alicio, 2011 October 26],
[Item 5212.0056: Portela, Leonor, 2011 July 12],
[Item 5212.0052: Quadreny, Jorge L., 2011 July 2],
[Item 5212.0024: Quintana, Nicolas, 2009 October 23],
[Item 5212.0008: Ramirez, Rafael "Felo", 2008 December 4],
[Item 5212.0018: Rasco, Jose Ignacio, 2010 February 20],
[Item 5212.0048: Rivera, Agapito, 2011 January 6],
[Item 5212.0033: Rivero, Antonio, 2009 November 5],
[Item 5212.0093: Roblan, Armando, 2012 June 13],
[Item 5212.0057: Rodriguez de Aragon, Roberto, 2011 July 14],
[Item 5212.0032: Rodriguez, Ana Lazara, 2010 October 18],
[Item 5212.0091: Rodriguez, Felix Ismael, 2012 June 5],
[Item 5212.0011: Roman, Monsignor Agustin A., 2009 February 11 ; 2009 March 19],
[Item 5212.0064: Romani, Salvador, 2011 September 12],
[Item 5212.0029: Ros, Enrique, 2011 October 11],
[Item 5212.0036: Rosa, Pili de la, 2010 November 10],
[Item 5212.0100: Salvat, Juan Manuel, 2012 August 2],
[Item 5212.0045: Santiago, Juan Antonio "Tony", 2011 January 21],
[Item 5212.0022: Santos de Mas Canosa, Irma, 2010 August 9],
[Item 5212.0110: Sonia Calero, 2014 January 16],
[Item 5212.0061: Soto, Osvaldo, 2011 June 27],
[Item 5212.0074: Suarez Baster, Rodrigo, 2011 November 9],
[Item 5212.0082: Suarez, Diego R.],
[Item 5212.0012: Tabernilla Palmero, Francisco "Silito", 2009 August 20],
[Item 5212.0025: Torres, Asela, 2010 September 6],
[Item 5212.0047: Valdes, Zoe, 2011 April 22],
[Item 5212.0067: Valls, Jorge, 2011 November 20],
[Item 5212.0060: Vazquez, Eva, 2011 June 23],
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Box 1Add to your cart.
Item 5212.0030: Abreu, Ernesto, 2010 September 30Add to your cart.
Abreu, a leader in the underground and guerrilla movements in Cuba in the early 1960s, was instrumental in setting up training camps for anti-Castro exile’s forces in Central America. Prominent in Cuban exiles organizations in Miami, at 75 infiltrated Cuba trying to stir up resistance against Castro’s dictatorship, captured, imprisoned and later released.
Item 5212.0092: Aguila-Meneses, Lourdes, 2012 June 12Add to your cart.
whose mother, Lourdes Aguila, founded the Miami-based charity Liga Contra el Cancer.
Item 5212.0023: Aguirre, Horacio, 2010 July 27Add to your cart.
Nicaraguan-born publisher, director and editorialist of Diario las Americas, one of Miami’s Spanish-language newspapers.
Item 5212.0098: Alba Buffill, Elio, 2012 July 25Add to your cart.
An academic and expert on Cuban literature who has written books on the works of José Martí and Enrique José Varona.
Item 5212.0112: Aleida Leal, 2014 May 15Add to your cart.
Aleida Leal, a Cuban-American journalist and radio personality who is well-known on Spanish language radio in South Florida. She started her career as a voice actress in Cuba doing commercials. In Miami, she was the host of several popular radio programs, worked on television, and voiced radio dramas. One of her best-known programs was Cita con las estrellas on WQBA Radio Miami, a celebrity talk show.
Item 5212.0086: Alonso, Hilda, 2012 May 21Add to your cart.
Alonso, a Miami nun who directed Havana's Colegio La Inmaculada school for girls before the Cuban Revolution and later founded Las Hermanas de la Caridad (Sisters of Charity), an organization that distributes food and medical supplies to communities in need in Cuba and Latin America.
Item 5212.0080: Álvarez Guedes, Guillermo, 2012 January 28Add to your cart.
Álvarez Guedes is one of the best-known Cuban humorist in the Spanish-speaking world. A radio, TV, theater, and movie actor since the 1940s, with over 20 bestselling recordings of stand-up comedy, Alvarez Guedes is a successful entertainment entrepreneur in multiple fields.
Item 5212.0111: Angelita Castany, 2014 April 18Add to your cart.
Angelita Castany, a Cuban vedette, singer, actress, and entertainer who relocated to Mexico following the Cuban Revolution. She is most famous for singing and performing pieces by Cuban composer Ernesto Lecuona.
Item 5212.0017: Añorga, Martin Rev., 2009 November 5Add to your cart.
Presbyterian pastor and educator who founded La Progresiva Presbyterian School in Miami in 1971.
Item 5212.0097: Aragón, Uva de, 2012 July 23Add to your cart.
Cuban-American writer and academic who has published numerous books, both fiction and nonfiction. She is the associate director of the Cuban Research Institute at Florida International University.
Item 5212.0028: Arboleya, Carlos, 2010 August 17Add to your cart.
Former Vice Chairman Barnett Bank of South Florida, N.A. and civic leader recognized for his leadership in the scouting movement
Item 5212.0026: Arias, Antonio, 2011 November 16Add to your cart.
radio journalist who worked for a number of Miami’s Spanish-language radio stations in the early years of exile
Item 5212.0078: Arregui, Ricardo, 2012 October 2Add to your cart.
Founder of Publicidad Arregui and Arregui International Advertising.
Item 5212.0106: Baker, Chris and Dennis Baker, 2013 March 12Add to your cart.
Chris and Dennis Baker, the sons of James Baker, former headmaster of Ruston Academy in Havana, Cuba.
Item 5212.0010: Basulto, Jose, 2009 January 8Add to your cart.
One of the members of the 2506 Brigade and founder of Hermanos al Rescate (Brothers to the Rescue).
Item 5212.0020: Beato M.D., Virgilio, 2010 July 17Add to your cart.
Renowned physician.
Item 5212.0014: Benes, Bernardo, 2009 July 23Add to your cart.
Leader of the Cuban Jewish community who played a pivotal role in the “diálogo” with the Castro government in the late 1970s during  Jimmy Carter's presidency
Item 5212.0050: Benguria, Carmina, 2011 June 29Add to your cart.
Cuban poet and last surviving “recitadora” of the 1940s and 1950s, who attained fame in 1959, at the triumph of the Revolution, for her rendering of the Marcha triunfal del Ejército Rebelde, only to became a Cuban exiled soon after.
Item 5212.0062: Bichachi, Israel, 2011 October 12Add to your cart.
Havana-born, Sephardic Jewish activist who joined a group of Cuban Jews to fight for Israel's independence. Upon returning to Cuba, he left as an exile in 1961, living in Israel and New York before settling in Miami and opening the clothing store, Bichachi Originals. Bichachi was a founder of Temple Moses and served as president of the Cuban-Sephardic Hebrew Congregation.
Item 5212.0004: Bofill, Ricardo, 2008 May 31Add to your cart.
Former Cuban political prisoner and one of the founders of the Cuban Committee for Human Rights
Item 5212.0059: Cabell, Nestor, 2011 July 8Add to your cart.
Playwright and producer known for his productions of teatro bufo cubano in Miami and has kept his sala teatro open in Calle Ocho for over a quarter of a century. He is also a distinguished actor with a career in Hispanic radio in the US and a frequent zarzuela performer with Sociedad Pro-Arte Grateli.
Item 5212.0038: Candela, Hilario, 2010 November 15Add to your cart.
Cuban-born architect who was influential in developing Miami’s modern look. At the age of 26, he designed Marine Stadium, which was constructed in 1963 on Virginia Key, Florida.
Item 5212.0040: Cao M.D., Andrés, 2010 December 16Add to your cart.
Cuban physician and former member of the Movimiento de Recuperación Revolucionaria (MRR), a Cuban counterrevolutionary group. Dr. Cao was arrested and condemned to 20 years in prison as a political prisoner.  He is the author of La verdadera Republica de Cuba (Ediciones Universal, 2008).
Item 5212.0089: Cárdenas, Isidro, 2012 May 29Add to your cart.
Cao, interviewed with Neida Revuelta,are the husband and wife Cuban folksingers best known for their Spanish-language radio program with La Poderosa station in Miami.
Item 5212.0088: Castillo, Amelia del, 2012 May 23Add to your cart.
Well-known poet, essayist, and narrator.
Item 5212.0069: Castillo, Siro  del, 2011 October 3Add to your cart.
A human rights advocate and community leader on immigrant issues, del Castillo worked as an architectural designer for Cuba's National Institute of Tourism and left the island in 1972. During the Mariel boatlift, del Castillo assumed a variety of responsibilities with the county and federal government's efforts to manage the crisis and provide services for refugees. Since then, he has continued to work on behalf of Cuban and other immigrants in the U.S. as well as in defense of human rights in the Caribbean. During the Cuban Rafter Crisis of 1994, he was named Assistant to the Ombudsman for the General at Guantánamo Naval Base. He is active on the boards of several civic organizations and is recognized for his community leadership.
Item 5212.0096: Chirino, Willy, 2012 July 16Add to your cart.
Renowned Cuban-American salsa singer and music producer. Chirino has recorded over 20 albums since 1974, winning a Grammy in 2006 for Best Salsa/Merenge Album.
Item 5212.0005: Chorens, Olga, 2008 June 4Add to your cart.
Cuban singer and half of the entertainment duo “Olga y Tony.” Pioneer of TV in Cuba and Puerto Rico and of Spanish TV in U.S.A.
Item 5212.0053: Clark, Juan M., 2011 June 21Add to your cart.
Well-known sociologist, and professor emeritus at Miami Dade College. A Bay of Pigs veteran and former political prisoner, Dr. Clark is the author, among other works, of Cuba, mito y realidad (Saeta Ediciones, 1992).
Item 5212.0007: Conte Agüero, Luis, 2008 October 30; 2008 November 21Add to your cart.
Journalist and political figure in pre-Castro Cuba’s Ortodoxo party. School friend of Fidel Castro and his first biographer.  Anti-Castro exile leader. 
Item 5212.0003: Cros Sandoval, Mercedes, 2008 May 21Add to your cart.
Anthropologist and scholar of Afro-Cuban religion.
Item 5212.0103: Cruz Varela, María Elena, 2012 September 5Add to your cart.
Cuban poet, activist, and political prisoner. Cruz Varela led a group of anti-Castro dissidents called Critico Alternativo, which published a manifesto of grievances and reforms against the government in 1991. She was awarded the Liberal Institute Prize for Freedom in 1992.
Item 5212.0076: Cutillas, Manuel J., 2011 December 22Add to your cart.
Former Chairman of the Board and CEO of Bacardi Ltd.
Item 5212.0095: Diaz Espinosa, Maribel, 2012 June 26Add to your cart.
Daughter of renowned Cuban pianist and music instructor Conchita Espinosa. Conchita founded music academies in Cuba and the United States, receiving numerous awards as a distinguished educator. Maribel currently runs her late mother's school, Conchita Espinosa Academy.
Item 5212.0027: Diaz, Guarioné, 2010 August 10Add to your cart.
Pedro Pan child and founder and president of the Cuban American National Council.
Item 5212.0094: Diaz, Sonia, 2012 June 11Add to your cart.
Interviewed with Martha del Pino, two Miami-area ballet instructors who founded the Coral Gables-based Academia Cubana de Ballet
Item 5212.0081: Diaz-Balart, Lincoln, 2011 November 7Add to your cart.
Retired Republican U.S. Congressman from Florida who served in the Florida State House of Representatives from 1987 to 1989, the Florida Senate from 1989 to 1992, and the U.S. House of Representatives from 1993 to 2011.
Item 5212.0035: Dúran, Alfredo, 2010 November 5Add to your cart.
Bay of Pigs veteran who chaired the Florida Democratic Party from 1976 to 1980.  By appointment by Florida governor Reubin Askew in 1973, he was the first Hispanic to serve on the Miami-Dade County School Board. A former president of the Veteran’s Association of Brigade 2506, Durán was asked to step down for his support of a dialogue with the Cuban government to bring about a transition in Cuba.  He founded the Cuban Committee for Democracy in 1993.
Item 5212.0034: Fajardo, Josefina, 2010 October 20Add to your cart.
First wife of Cuban flutist and internationally renowned bandleader José Fajardo.
Item 5212.0108: Father Sergio Carrillo, 2013 September 10Add to your cart.
Father Sergio Carrillo, a veteran paratrooper at the Bay of Pigs invasion in 1960 and later exiled to the United States. He was ordained in the Archdiocese of Miami in 1982, and has served as a priest in Miami, Guatemala and Colombia.
Item 5212.0077: Feldenkreis, George, 2012 February 8Add to your cart.
CEO and Chairman of Perry Ellis International and prominent member of the Cuban Jewish community.
Item 5212.0042: Fernandez, Camilo, 2011 January 15Add to your cart.
One of the founders of the Asociación Pro Cuba (Pro-Cuba Association) of Elizabeth, New Jersey and president of the Junta Patriótica Cubana (Patriotic Cuban Junta) in that area
Item 5212.0068: Ferreira M.D., Leonor, 2011 September 26Add to your cart.
Civic leader and one of the first Cuban female physicians actively involved in the University of Havana and political struggles of her times. Ferreira is a founding and active member of the Miami-based organization Junta Patriótica Cubana.
Item 5212.0104: Fiallo, Delia Pascual, 2012 September 29Add to your cart.
Author of radio dramas and television novellas, who found success both in pre-Revolutionary Cuba and after her exile in the United States. Among her most famous works are Soraya, El Angel Perverso, and Lidia Sandoval.
Item 5212.0051: Fleitas, Andrés, 2011 June 29Add to your cart.
Legend of Cuban baseball and distinguished player in the old Cuban professional league and internationally who was elected to the Cuban Baseball Hall of Fame in 1971.
Item 5212.0039: Garcia Fusté, Tomás, 2010 December 8Add to your cart.
Pioneer of Cuban radio in Miami.
Item 5212.0075: Garcia, Jaime, 2011 November 21Add to your cart.
Pianist, chief arranger, and founder of Miami's Conjunto Universal.
Item 5212.0105: Garrido, José A., 2013 January 22Add to your cart.
Cuban-born businessman and chairman of the Garrido Group in Miami, Florida.
Item 5212.0055: Germain, Miguel, 2011 July 11Add to your cart.
Cuban activist of Haitian descent who served as president of Municipios de Cuba en el Exilio in the early 1970s, which probably made him the first black Cuban to preside over a Cuban exile organization in Miami.
Item 5212.0087: Goderich, Mario P., 2012 May 22Add to your cart.
Cuban-born lawyer who became the first Cuban-American appointed and later elected as a judge in the Third and Eleventh Judicial Circuit Courts of Florida.
Item 5212.0054: Gómez Gómez, José, 2011 June 7Add to your cart.
One of the thousands of Spaniards who emigrated from Galicia to Cuba and established himself in the Cuban middle class of the 1950s. Gómez Gómez followed his Cuban family and friends into exile in Miami, where he was one of the founders and still is the driving force of the Casa de Santa Marta de Ortigueira
Item 5212.0079: González, Fidel, 2012 March 7Add to your cart.
A defense attorney for many death penalty candidates before Cuba's revolutionary courts, who soon became a target himself of the dictatorship. Dr. González was one of the early Cuban exiles in the New York-New Jersey region, where he has been actively involved in the patriotic and civic endeavors of the area's Cuban community.
Item 5212.0019: Grau de Santeiro, Maria, 2010 February 20Add to your cart.
Granddaughter of Gerardo Machado y Morales, fifth president of Cuba
Item 5212.0109: Gustavo de los Reyes, 2013 September 13Add to your cart.
Gustavo de los Reyes, a former ranch owner in Cuba. After Fidel Castro came to power in Cuba, de los Reyes conspired with William Morgan, an American double agent who later reported him to the Castro authorities, leading to de los Reyes’ arrest and imprisonment at the Isle of Pines prison in Cuba. Eventually released as an exile, de los Reyes continued his work in the ranching industry in the United States and Venezuela with Texas ranching mogul Bob Kleberg, whom de los Reyes met while ranching in Cuba.
Item 5212.0101: Gutiérrez, Carlos, 2012 August 14Add to your cart.
Cuban-American businessman and political figure. Gutiérrez served as CEO of Kellogg’s corporation from 1999-2004, and is attributed as saving the company from bankruptcy. He left his post to join George W. Bush’s administration in 2004, as the 35th US Secretary of Commerce.
Item 5212.0031: Hernandez, Francisco "Pepe" J., 2010 October 15Add to your cart.
President of the Cuban American National Foundation.
Item 5212.0041: Huertas M.D., Enrique, 2011 January 6Add to your cart.
President of Colegio Médico Cubano Libre (Free Cuban Medical College) and a leader in the Cuban exile community
Item 5212.0071: Iriondo, Sylvia G., 2012 February 29Add to your cart.
Founder and President of Mothers Against Repression (MAR), an organization that fights for the democratization of Cuba. Iriondo is an internationally recognized human rights activist.
Item 5212.0084: Jorge, Antonio, 2011 October 28Add to your cart.
Professor of economics at Florida International University, who has worked extensively on the economic reconstruction of Cuba.
Item 5212.0107: José Andreu, 2013 July 2Add to your cart.
José Andreu, Chief of Civil Affairs from the Brigade G5 during the Bay of Pigs invasion in 1961. After studying philosophy in Germany and management of cooperatives in England, and receiving a law degree from the University of Madrid in Spain, Andreu returned to Cuba in early 1960 and became editor of Villanueva University’s newspaper. As editor of El Quibú, he wrote many articles criticizing Castro’s orientation of the revolution, and in February 1960, he staged a protest with other students against the regime in the Parque Central de la Habana (Havana Central Park). He then caught the attention of intelligence officers at the U.S. embassy in Cuba and was invited to participate in actions against the regime as an exile where was assigned number 2501 in the Brigada Asalto 2506 for being the first person to sign up for the Bay of Pigs operation. Following the invasion of the Bay of Pigs, Andreu was detained for 20 months in Cuba, but returned to Miami in 1962 under an agreement made by the United States and Cuba, and has since remained in exile in the United States.
Item 5212.0063: Le Matt, Jose, 2012 June 22Add to your cart.
Operatic and lyric singer and musical director who performed with the Orquesta Filarmónica de La Habana, and directed the Teatro de la Opera de La Habana in Cuba. He has performed in Spain, Italy, New York and Miami, sharing the stage with legendary performers such as Renata Tebaldi and Monserrat Caballé.
Item 5212.0016: Leon Jr., Benjamin, 2009 October 28Add to your cart.
Founder and CEO of Leon Medical Centers (LMC), a seven-clinic medical group that focuses on healthcare for Hispanic seniors.  With his father, León ran Miami’s first pre-paid medical center, Clinica Asociación Cubana.
Item 5212.0102: Levitan, Aida, 2012 August 22Add to your cart.
Cuban-American businesswoman who served as CEO and vice-Chairperson of Bromley Communications, a national advertising and public relations firm. She currently heads her own marketing company, The Levitan Group, Inc
Item 5212.0015: Lezama Lima, Eloisa, 2009 May 22Add to your cart.
Sister and confidant of Cuba’s great poet José Lezama Lima. 
Item 5212.0090: López Jr., Camilo, 2012 May 16Add to your cart.
Son of the founder of Cuba's Camilo Muebles (Camilo Furniture) who re-launched the family business in exile in Miami.
Item 5212.0013: Lopez, Tony, 2009 June 13Add to your cart.
Cuban sculptor.
Item 5212.0065: Luna, Laura, 2011 September 16Add to your cart.
Cuban post-modernist visual artist who is part of the "80s Golden Generation." Luna and her family obtained political asylum in the US during the Mariel Boatlift of 1980, after which she established a studio in Miami in 1994.
Item 5212.0046: Machado, Gus, 2011 February 3Add to your cart.
Founder of one of largest Hispanic car dealerships in the United States and philanthropist.
Item 5212.0021: Martinez, Eugenio Rolando "Musculito", 2010 June 29Add to your cart.
Considered to be the Cuban who infiltrated the island more times that anyone else as a CIA agent and member of the Movimiento de Recuperación Revolucionaria (MRR). He also was one of the four "plumbers" in the Watergate scandal.
Item 5212.0072: Mas Santos, Jorge, 2011 August 4Add to your cart.
American-born son of exile leader Jorge Mas Canosa, CEO of MasTec, and president of the Cuban American National Foundation.
Item 5212.0002: Matos Sr., Huber, 2008 April 23; 2008 May 1; 2008 May 7Add to your cart.
Famous “comandante” of Castro’s guerrilla, first Commander-in-Chief of Camagüey province. Jailed for 20 years for denouncing Castro’s communist leanings in October 1959. Director of the anti-Castro exile group “Cuba Independiente y Democratica.”
Item 5212.0009: Medrano, Humberto, 2010 September 13Add to your cart.
Journalist and former sub-director of Cuba’s Prensa Libre. Director of Radio and TV Martí in exile
Item 5212.0058: Menendez, Denetrio, 2011 July 5Add to your cart.
Set designer, stage manager, entertainment entrepreneur, musician, and all-around behind-the-scenes man of Cuban performing arts who helped found Añorada Cuba and Sociedad Pro-Arte Grateli. Menéndez was a TV set designer at CMQ TV in Cuba. As an exile, he traveled the world with the Margot Fontayne Ballet Co before settling in Miami where he is still active in the entertainment industry.
Item 5212.0043: Mesa-Marti Betancourt Sharpe, Lidia, 2011 January 16Add to your cart.
Widow of Juan René Betancourt, president of the Federation of Cuban Societies of Color who wrote a number of books about racial discrimination in Cuba in the 1950s.  Mrs. Sharpe is owner of the Little Havana Restaurant on Cornelia Street in Manhattan.
Item 5212.0001: O'Farrill, Albertina, 29 March 2008; 2008 April 4Add to your cart.
Former political prisoner who served time with Polita Grau.
Item 5212.0070: Pais, Agustin, 2011 October 17Add to your cart.
Brother of Frank País, who is regarded by many as the one revolutionary leader who could rival Fidel Castro in the struggle against Batista. Frank was killed in the Santiago de Cuba´s uprising that was planned to unfold at the time that Castro was reaching Cuban soil aboard the “Granma.”
Item 5212.0006: Palacios Ruiz, Hector, 2008 July 17Add to your cart.
One of the founders of the Varela Project, Cuban human rights advocate and one of 75 opposition leaders jailed in March 2003.
Item 5212.0073: Palmer, Eduardo, 2011 November 5Add to your cart.
Cuban-born lawyer and film producer whose work includes the documentary Havana: a Portrait of Yesteryear.
Item 5212.0044: Patterson, Enrique, 2011 January 26Add to your cart.
Former professor at the University of Havana, Miami journalist, and expert on race relations in Cuba.
Item 5212.0099: Paz, Luis de la, 2012 July 26Add to your cart.
Cuban-born writer who came to Miami on the Mariel Boatlift. He has written numerous plays and dramatic works, as well as a column for Diario Las Américas.
Item 5212.0085: Pedrón, Luis, 2012 May 14Add to your cart.
Exiled Cuban guerilla fighter who participated in the 26th of July Movement with Frank País.
Item 5212.0049: Perodin, Sergio, 2011 May 25Add to your cart.
Survivor of the sinking of the “Trece de Marzo” tugboat at Havana harbor in 1994, he lost his wife and an infant son in that tragedy.
Item 5212.0037: Pichardo, Ernesto, 2010 November 11Add to your cart.
Co-founder of the Church of Lukumí Babalú Aye in Hialeah, Florida and Santeria priest and advocate. In 1992, his church won the U.S. Supreme Court case against the City of Hialeah over a city ordinance barring the sacrifice of animals during Santeria religious ceremonies.
Item 5212.0083: Piña, Alicio, 2011 October 26Add to your cart.
Cuban exile who arrived in Miami alone at the age of 16 and went on to be the first Mariel refugee to receive a law degree from the University of Miami. After serving as chief deputy of Miami-Dade County Courts, he started his own real estate company and is now a partner in Florida Value Partners, a real estate investment firm.
Item 5212.0056: Portela, Leonor, 2011 July 12Add to your cart.
Cuban exile widowed in 1961s Bay of Pigs invasion, Portela was motivated by a religious experience in the 1980s to sell her Miami home and move to Guatemala where she founded Misioneros del Camino (Missioners of the Road), an orphanage that currently has its own school and clinic.
Item 5212.0052: Quadreny, Jorge L., 2011 July 2Add to your cart.
Cuban engineer who participated in MRR clandestine cells in Cuba and was a leader of the Cuban exile community in Puerto Rico.
Item 5212.0024: Quintana, Nicolas, 2009 October 23Add to your cart.
Renowned Cuban architect and urbanist.
Item 5212.0008: Ramirez, Rafael "Felo", 2008 December 4Add to your cart.
The only Cuban sports broadcaster in the Baseball Hall of Fame and a leading force in Cuban sports (especially baseball and boxing) since the 1940s.
Item 5212.0018: Rasco, Jose Ignacio, 2010 February 20Add to your cart.
Former leader of the Movimiento Democrático Cristiano and other Cuban anti-communist organizations.
Item 5212.0048: Rivera, Agapito, 2011 January 6Add to your cart.
Known as “El Guajiro Rivera,” a living legend among the anti-Castro guerrilla forces of the 1960s. Captured by Castro’s army with so many bullet wounds that he was left to die, he survived and spent many years in prison.
Item 5212.0033: Rivero, Antonio, 2009 November 5Add to your cart.
Only surviving Rivero brother from the family that made a name for itself in the funerary and florist industry both in Cuba and Miami.
Item 5212.0093: Roblan, Armando, 2012 June 13Add to your cart.
Miami-based writer, actor and comedian best known for his imitations of Cuban dictator Fidel Castro on television, stage, and film
Item 5212.0057: Rodriguez de Aragon, Roberto, 2011 July 14Add to your cart.
Former member of the House of Representatives of Cuba pre-Castro. Because of his close relationship with the Batista family and government, he was among the first Cubans exiled in Miami in 1959 and has served as president of Municipios de Cuba en el Exilio and the Junta Patriótica Cubana, prominent organizations of their time.
Item 5212.0032: Rodriguez, Ana Lazara, 2010 October 18Add to your cart.
Doctor and political prisoner who served 19 years in Cuba.  She is the author of Diary of a Survivor (St. Martin’s Press, 1995).
Item 5212.0091: Rodriguez, Felix Ismael, 2012 June 5Add to your cart.
Former Central Intelligence Agency operative best known for leading the interrogation and execution of Ernesto "Che" Guevara in Bolivia in 1967. Rodríguez also participated in the Bay of Pigs invasion, and became president of the Brigade 2506 Veterans Association in 2004.
Item 5212.0011: Roman, Monsignor Agustin A., 2009 February 11 ; 2009 March 19Add to your cart.
First Cuban-born Catholic bishop in the US since the colonial era. Spearheaded the construction of the Ermita de la Caridad shrine
Item 5212.0064: Romani, Salvador, 2011 September 12Add to your cart.
Journalist and political leader of the Cuban exile community in Venezuela for over 35 years, with extensive knowledge of that community's development and political influence. Romaní is now a twice-exiled Cuban in Miami.
Item 5212.0029: Ros, Enrique, 2011 October 11Add to your cart.
Historian, Bay of Pigs veteran and father of U.S. Representative Ileana Ros-Lehtinen.
Item 5212.0036: Rosa, Pili de la, 2010 November 10Add to your cart.
Co-founder and director of Sociedad Pro Arte Grateli, Miami’s oldest Hispanic performing arts company.
Item 5212.0100: Salvat, Juan Manuel, 2012 August 2Add to your cart.
Cuban activist and dissident who co-founded the anti-Castro organization Directorio Revolucionario Estudiantil (DRE). Salvat actively worked against the Castro government in Cuba, and continued his dissident activities after his exile in 1960. He currently directs the publishing house Ediciones Universales in Miami.
Item 5212.0045: Santiago, Juan Antonio "Tony", 2011 January 21Add to your cart.
Renowned labor leader and representative abroad of Partido Social Demócrata Cubano.
Item 5212.0022: Santos de Mas Canosa, Irma, 2010 August 9Add to your cart.
Widow of Jorge Mas Canosa, founder of the Cuban American National Foundation.
Item 5212.0110: Sonia Calero, 2014 January 16Add to your cart.
Sonia Calero, a Cuban Rumba dancer, ballerina and choreographer. Calero is recognized worldwide for her work in Cuban dance with her late husband, Alberto Alonso. She was born in Havana to a working class family, and at eleven years old she enrolled at Municipal Conservatory of Havana specializing in ballet, later dancing for the Ballet Nacional de Cuba and the Conjunto Experimental de Danza. She and her husband Alberto Alonso left Cuba in 1993 for the United States where they continued their teaching and choreography.
Item 5212.0061: Soto, Osvaldo, 2011 June 27Add to your cart.
Founder and current president of SALAD (Spanish American League Against Discrimination).
Item 5212.0074: Suarez Baster, Rodrigo, 2011 November 9Add to your cart.
Member of the House of Representatives of Cuba before the Revolution
Item 5212.0082: Suarez, Diego R.Add to your cart.
Graduate of the Civic-Military Institute at Ceiba del Agua, Cuba, who started an agricultural equipment design and manufacturing firm in Havana. Exiled in 1961, he continued in that line of work and today is the largest manufacturer of field equipment for the sugar industry, with accounts in nearly 35 countries. Also prominent in Cuban exile activities, he was one of the founders of the Cuban American National Foundation in 1981 together with the late Jorge Mas Canosa, and he is a leading figure in the Cuban American Liberty Council following a split from CANF after Mas Canosa's death.
Item 5212.0012: Tabernilla Palmero, Francisco "Silito", 2009 August 20Add to your cart.
General in the Cuban Armed Forces during the Batista regime and son of the highest ranking military chief at that time
Item 5212.0025: Torres, Asela, 2010 September 6Add to your cart.
Photographer who has spent almost 40 years documenting Cuban and Hispanic performing arts in South Florida.
Item 5212.0047: Valdes, Zoe, 2011 April 22Add to your cart.
Award-winning Cuban writer.
Item 5212.0067: Valls, Jorge, 2011 November 20Add to your cart.
Philosopher, mystic, poet, and former “plantado” political prisoner.
Item 5212.0060: Vazquez, Eva, 2011 June 23Add to your cart.
Actress in radio, theater and TV in Cuba in the 1940s and 1950s, who married actor Carlos Badías. Her son, Carlos Alberto Badías, was a famous romantic lead in the early 1950s who later became a political prisoner under Castro

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[Item 5212.0087: Goderich, Mario P., 2012 May 22],
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