Hist. 378: "Puerto Rico and Puerto Ricans: Colony, Nation, Diaspora"
Historical Photographs of Puerto Rico,
Photographs from the Detroit Publishing Company, 1898-1906
- Cocoanut palms
- Military road, San Juan, Puerto Rico
- Governors Palace
- Bullock Team on San Juan Military Road,
- Southwestern Old San Juan
- Central Military Road
- Central Military Road through the highlands
- Old San Juan Street
- Plaza de Armas, Old San Juan
- Plaza Colon Area, Old San Juan
- Plaza de Armas with Trolleys
- "Puerto Rican Natives"
- "A Typical Hut"
- Another "Typical Hut" with a family
- "Puerto Rican Laundry"
- "Country Scene"
- San Francisco Street, Old San Juan, with Trolley rails
- "Puerto Rican Peon Bringing Bananas to Market"
- Puerto Rican Drug Store in San Juan
- "Admiral Schley leaving U.S.S. Brooklyn on Captain Cook's departure for Puerto Rico, 1898"
Color Photographs from the Farm Security Administration or the
Office of War Information, Dec. 1941-Jan. 1942
- Cayey Tobacco Farm
- A Town in Puerto Rico
- Another View of the same town?
- A View of Rural Corozal
- Vicinity of Guanica
- Tobacco Farm in Barranquitas
- Another Tobacco Farm in Barranquitas
- Sugarcane Plantation Fields in Yabucoa
- Complementary Shot of Yabucoa Cane Field
- Landscape of Small PEasant Farms in Corozal
- A coastal rural community near Ponce: first view, second view.
* These photographs are from the American Memory Collection Web Site of the Library of Congress, Washignton.
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