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Plano pintoresco de la Habana con los numeros de las casas [Sheet 1].

Description: Map shows street names, house numbers, buildings, fortifications, public institutions, and military facilities in Havana, Cuba; existing and proposed roads and railroads, division boundaries, cities, towns, and coastline detail for the island of Cuba. Includes table of distances, references, and note. Insets [Habana]: "Puerto y cercanias de la Habana." Illustrations: "Escudo concedido âa la isla en 1516," "Vista de la plaza de S. Francisco," "Toma del Morro de la Habana por los Ingleses 1762," "Memorable Huracan de 11 de Octubre de 1846," "Vista de un Ingenie," "Vista de up Cafatel," "Vista de una hacienda de Crianza," "Vista de los baänos de San Diego," "Quadro que reresenta la misa que sedijo en la Habana en 1828," "Vista de la villa y santuario del Cobre," "El Zapateo," "Juego de gallos," "Vista de Estancia," "Vista de una casa de Calderas," "Vista de una vega de tabaco," "Vista de la entrada de puerto de la Habana," "Fuente de la India en el paseo de Isabel 2," "Real Câarcel y Presidio," "Hospital Militar," "Gran Teatro de Tacon," "Depâosito de Villanueva âo Paradero del Ferro-Carril," "Catedral," "Real casa de Beneficencia," "Vista gräal. de la Habana," "Circo Habaänero, "Deposito del Gas," "Palacio de Gobierno," "Castillo del Morro," and "Templete." Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: 1860
Creator: Corning, E. L.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

Plano pintoresco de la Habana con los numeros de las casas [Sheet 2].

Description: Map shows street names, house numbers, buildings, fortifications, public institutions, and military facilities in Havana, Cuba; existing and proposed roads and railroads, division boundaries, cities, towns, and coastline detail for the island of Cuba. Includes table of distances, references, and note. Insets [Habana]: "Puerto y cercanias de la Habana." Illustrations: "Escudo concedido âa la isla en 1516," "Vista de la plaza de S. Francisco," "Toma del Morro de la Habana por los Ingleses 1762," "Memorable Huracan de 11 de Octubre de 1846," "Vista de un Ingenie," "Vista de up Cafatel," "Vista de una hacienda de Crianza," "Vista de los baänos de San Diego," "Quadro que reresenta la misa que sedijo en la Habana en 1828," "Vista de la villa y santuario del Cobre," "El Zapateo," "Juego de gallos," "Vista de Estancia," "Vista de una casa de Calderas," "Vista de una vega de tabaco," "Vista de la entrada de puerto de la Habana," "Fuente de la India en el paseo de Isabel 2," "Real Câarcel y Presidio," "Hospital Militar," "Gran Teatro de Tacon," "Depâosito de Villanueva âo Paradero del Ferro-Carril," "Catedral," "Real casa de Beneficencia," "Vista gräal. de la Habana," "Circo Habaänero, "Deposito del Gas," "Palacio de Gobierno," "Castillo del Morro," and "Templete." Relief shown by hachures. Scale not given.
Date: 1860
Creator: Corning, E. L.
Partner: University of Texas at Arlington Library

[News Script: Hijack]

Description: Script from the WBAP-TV/NBC station in Fort Worth, Texas, relating a news story.
Date: January 11, 1969, 10:00 p.m.
Creator: WBAP-TV (Television station : Fort Worth, Tex.)
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

[Photograph of a large group of men, women, and children gathered around a huge pot of food]

Description: Photograph on page 17 of a book brought back from Cuba by J.H.P. Davis. The photograph shows a large group of men, women, and children gathered around a huge pot of food. Text below the photo reads: "Relief station in Havana On certain days, and at designated hours, portions of codfish and cornmeal are doled out to the starving. These sights were and are common tragedies".
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of several boats docked a pier]

Description: Photograph on page 18 of a book brought back from Cuba by J.H.P. Davis. The photograph shows several boats docked at a pier; larger ships in the background. There is a rope in the foreground. Text at bottom of photo reads: "At this point in Havana visitors are landed in native boats, and the Custom House is also shown. Ships lie in the offing instead of alongside the wharf, as in New York."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A large group of people at a picnic]

Description: The photograph shows a large group of people at a picnic. Text below the portrait reads: "Last photograph of Joaquin Ruiz, who was shot by the Cubans when he went out under Spanish instructions to offer the insurgents autonomy. At a picnic, the Monday preceding his death, this picture was taken. He stands with a cross on his hat."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Photograph of a man on horseback along with nine other people on a ferry in a narrow river]

Description: Photograph on page 19 of a book brought back from Cuba by J.H. P. Davis. The photograph shows a man on horseback along with nine other people on a ferry in a narrow river. There is a barn and cattle on the opposite bank. Text below the photograph reads: "The Conti River, near Havana, is crossed at this point by a ferry. The ford has been often mined by the Cubans, and hundreds of Spanish soldiers have been blown to atoms."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Tobacco plantation]

Description: The photograph shows a group of people near thatch roofed huts and banana trees in the background. Text below the photo reads: "A tobacco plantation, near Havana, with negro "hands" in Sunday attire, assembled in front of their huts. This special plantation is protected by a permanent guard of 100 Spanish soldiers."20.4 cm
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[People outside of a relief station in Havana]

Description: The photograph shows a large group of people standing near the entrance of a building. Text below the photograph reads: "Santo Suarez is the principal relief station in Havana. For a while, until the outbreak of war with the United States, 4000 reconcentrados were here daily supplied with food, medicine, etc."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[Two men carrying game birds]

Description: The photograph shows two men carrying game birds. The men have several birds tied together by their feet and then thrown over the men's shoulders. Man on left also has a bird in his left hand and a cage with enclosed bird in his right hand. There are buildings in the background. Text written below the photograph reads: "Cubans and Spaniards bringing game-cocks into the city. Cock-fights are [page is torn and text is missing] popular in Havana than church or mass. Bets always accompany these [text missing] of Havana 'toughs'".
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A large group of men and women around a man and a woman dancing]

Description: The photograph shows a large group of men and women around a couple that is dancing in the center. There is a thatch roofed building in the background. Text below the photograph reads: "This is a typical Sunday morning scene in one of the side streets of Havana, and indicates a negro dance - "up and down and all chassee." Negroes are children of sun and fun."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park

[A man sitting in a chair with three children around him]

Description: The photograph shows an African-American man sitting in a chair with three African-American children around him. There is a stucco house in the background. Text below the photo reads: "Relics of plantation life. The oldest negroes guard the children and discipline them. The sign of office is a key. This old negro has locked disobedient children in the house."
Date: [1900..1920]
Partner: George Ranch Historical Park
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