South American Collections

Argentina Bolivia (Plurinational State of) • Brazil Chile Colombia Ecuador • Falkland Islands (Malvinas) • French GuianaGuyanaParaguay Peru Suriname Uruguay Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)

  • [Argentina]. Dozer (Donald Marquand) Papers, ca. 1939-1975 [bulk dates 1940s]. Collection of a Latin American specialist in the DRA and a UCSB faculty member; includes typescript of book Latin America: An Interpretative History, files from Dozer’s government service in the 1940s, and newspaper clippings (mostly about Argentina). (Bernath Mss 6).
  • [Argentina]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Argentina]. Payne (Owen Street) Papers, ca. 1838-1943. Essays by Payne, primarily concerning the rise of Nazi Germany, World War II, Argentina and other parts of Latin America. (Bernath Mss 14).
  • [Argentina]. Patagonia, Argentina Photographs, 1943. (SC 893).
  • Argentina Photograph Collection, ca. 1900-1950s. 52 apparently unrelated black and white photographs, some tinted, some mounted, mainly portraits and group shots depicting dress and photographic techniques of the times, from Buenos Aires, Bahia Blanca, and elsewhere in Argentina. (Bernath Mss 344).
  • Argentina Photograph Collection, ca. 1920s-1960s. (Bernath Mss 121).
  • Argentina Subject Collection. (Bernath Mss 225).
  • Argentina [Tucuman] Sugar Plantations Photographic Journal, 1905.Typescript narrative journal written under the pseudonym Raul of the Andes, recounting the travels and observations of three young men, members of the Catholic social movement La Federación de Cículos Católicos De Obreros, which had been founded in Argentina by Padre Federico Grote in 1892. The group traveled in the northern Argentinean province of Tucuman to observe the social and labor situation of the sugar cane workers in that area. The journal documents daily activities and working conditions for laborers and their families in 14 sugar operations (incl. Lastenia, Trinidad, Esperanza, San Miguel, Manantial, Santa Barbara, Florida, Concepcion, Nueva Baviera, La Corona, San Juan, and El Paraiso). The interleaved 72 black and white photographs show groups of workers, cutting of cane, transport of cane, workers’ quarters, managers fancier houses, groups of children, and workers’ wives buying firewood and other daily activities. (SC 906).
  • [Bolivia]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Bolivia]. Houston [John] Bolivia Letter Book, 1870s. (Bernath Mss 59).
  • [Bolivia]. South America Photograph Album, 1914. 250+ b/w photos, with captions in English, mainly Bolivia, Chile, and Peru, also a few of Panama and Havana. (Bernath Mss 235).
  • [Bolivia]. South America Photograph Album, 1926. 209 black and white photographs, captions in English, by unknown individual touring several South American countries. Many images of local residents, street scenes, buildings (cathedrals, residences), markets, and day to day activities, starting in Valparaiso (Chile), La Paz (Bolivia), Lake Titicaca, Cuzco (Peru - Inca palace and stone construction), Arequipa (Peru), Quayaquil and Quito (Ecuador), Panama City, and Jamaica, apparently enroute home to New York on the S.S. Pastores. (Bernath Mss 364).
  • [Brazil]. Berends Family Papers, 1790s-early 1900s. Mainly pertaining to Russian diplomat Axel de Berends and his career, latter 19th century, in Brazil, Stockholm, and Madrid. Majority of letters and documents in Russian. Also notes and documents re research into history of the family [de Berends / von Berends]. (Bernath Mss 230).
  • [Brazil]. de Chetelat (Enzo) Papers, ca. 1901-1980s [bulk dates 1920s-1960s].Autobiography, correspondence, documents, maps, reports, black/white photographs and photograph albums, several thousand color slides, and artifacts of a Swiss-born mining geologist who visited or worked in many countries from the 1920s to the 1970s, including Albania, Algeria, Bali, Belgian Congo, Brazil, British Honduras, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Ceylon, Czechoslovakia, Dahomey, France, French Guinea, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Macau, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mali, Martinique, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Paracel Islands, Peru, Samoa, Senegal, Singapore, Somalia, Sumatra, Syria, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Upper Volta, Vietnam, and Yugoslavia. (Bernath Mss 316).
  • [Brazil]. Driscoll [Thomas] Collection, 1836-1953 [bulk dates 1890-1918].Includes some 19th century photographs of Brazil. (Bernath Mss 7).
  • [Brazil]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Brazil]. Hirst [Edward C.] Papers, ca. 1903-1911. Correspondence, telegrams, assessments, contracts, inspections, reports, and other material relating to U.S. business interests in Latin America pertaining to property and commodities such as rubber, bananas, coffee, and coal, much of it apparently relating to the activities of Edward C. Hirst in the Amazon Region (esp. Manaos, Brazil). Includes mention of the German American Coffee Company, United States Rubber Company, Amazon Syndicate, and Bolivian Syndicate. (Wyles Mss 168).
  • [Brazil]. Peterson [John D.] Papers, ca. 1904-1960s [bulk dates 1960s].Correspondence, interviews, newspapers and other primary resource materials re Peterson’s dissertation research in Brazilian history. The bulk of the collection is in Portuguese. Included are items such as issues of the bulletin of the Liga de Defesa Nacional and Catolicismo, research files and interviews relating to Hermes da Fonseca (president of Brazil, 1910-1914), and various monarchist publications. (Bernath Mss 15).
  • [Brazil]. South America Photograph Album, ca. late 1930s. (Bernath Mss 295).
  • [Brazil]. Wharton [Robert S.] Brazilian Correspondence, 1868. One lengthy letter [ALS] from Wharton, former Civil War Union officer and traveler, to his sister Lizzie Wharton of Pennsylvania. The letter includes nine sketches, some in color, and describes life among Confederate expatriates who have settled in remote sections of the Brazilian countryside. (Wyles SC 964).
  • Brazil Cordel Collection, ca. 1999-2005. 24 printed cordels (long narrative poems in booklet form, with woodcut illustrations on the cover) in Portuguese, mostly on contemporary themes and famous people. Authors include Abraão Batista, Allan Sales, José Soares, Marcelo Soares, and Paulo de Tarso. (SC 979).
  • Brazil Photograph Album, [ca. 1890s]. 26 black/white photographs, with captions in German, of railroad construction in Porto Lucena; bridge of S. Joeio Curityba, Paraguay; harbor of Ultramar, Uruguay; Rio Grande do Sul; Porto Alegre and eucalyptus groves; revolutionaries; ruins of Sao Miguel; police officers and troops of Santo Angelo; and Saltos do Iguassu. (Bernath Mss 177).
  • Brazil Photograph Album, ca. 1910-1916. 130 black/white photographs, along with a few postcards, some with captions in English, from a British family, depicting their life on a banana and dairy plantation called Bemfica in Macuco, in the state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Includes images of the journey out, several of Guanabara Bay and Rio from a liner, but most depicting day-to-day life on the plantation, many of workers, their families, and social events like large-scale picnics. Also includes images of family back in England, service in World War I with the King's Own (Royal Lancaster Regiment), and a trip to Africa, including Bulawayo (Southern Rhodesia, now Zimbabwe). (Bernath Mss 317).
  • Brazil Photograph Album, ca. 1920. (Bernath Mss 268).
  • Brazil to England and Germany Photograph and Postcard Album, 1937. More than 40 snapshots and 50 postcards, captions in English, apparently from a British expatriate in Buenos Aires, Argentina, who traveled to Brazil, then England (including Oxford) and Germany. Includes several images of Berlin during the Nazi era and two color postcards of Adolf Hitler. (Bernath Mss 129).
  • [Chile]. Curletti Family Collection, ca. 1869-1969. Scrapbook, mostly photos from Peru, and family correspondence, telegrams, and biographical notes, mainly relating to Lauro Curletti. Also, letterbook of José / Giuseppe Curletti, 1869-1870, written in Spanish and Italian, with letters from South American cities like Lima and Santiago. (Mss 172).
  • [Chile]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Chile]. Keller Latin America Diary, 1895. Manuscript pocket diary of U.S.citizen [?] Keller, traveling by steamship, with numerous stops at ports from Valparaiso, Chile, to Panama and Colon, recording impressions of shipboard life, fellow passengers, sights and customs observed along the way, sometimes interspersed with prejudicial comments. (SC 852).
  • [Chile]. Misener (Ray Hammond and Grace) Peru Photograph Albums, 1932-1940. Two albums with more than 200 black and white snapshots, many with captions in English, most in and around Casapalca (known for its silver and zinc mines) where Ray apparently worked for a mining concern. Includes many images of family, friends, and colleagues mostly engaged in social activities, Casapalca population, street scenes, and views, llamas, San Juan mine camp, other areas including Tarma, San Ramon, Rio Blanco, San Mateo, Huanaco, and Ayachucho; also biplanes (1932 – Condor Peruana de Aviacion SA), trips to Machu Picchu, Cuzco (town and Quichua Indians), Lake Titicaca, Braden Copper Mine (Sewell, Chile), Mina Sol de Oro (Nazca, Peru), Lomas (beach and shoreline), 1938 Lima earthquake, and trip home on Japanese boat Heiyo Maru in Nov. 1940. (Bernath Mss 362).
  • [Chile]. South America Photograph Album, 1914. 250+ b/w photos, with captions in English, mainly Bolivia, Chile, and Peru, also a few of Panama and Havana. (Bernath Mss 235).
  • [Chile]. South America Photograph Album, 1926. 209 black and white photographs, captions in English, by unknown individual touring several South American countries. Many images of local residents, street scenes, buildings (cathedrals, residences), markets, and day to day activities, starting in Valparaiso (Chile), La Paz (Bolivia), Lake Titicaca, Cuzco (Peru - Inca palace and stone construction), Arequipa (Peru), Quayaquil and Quito (Ecuador), Panama City, and Jamaica, apparently enroute home to New York on the S.S. Pastores. (Bernath Mss 364).
  • Chile and St. Vincent (Cape Verde Islands) Photograph Album, ca. 1895.(Bernath Mss 181).
  • Chile Picture Postcard Album, ca. 1920s. 16 color picture postcards with images of public buildings, parks, street scenes, and panoramas. (SC 1075).
  • [Colombia]. Cabot [Thomas Dudley] Colombian Expedition Photograph Album, 1939. (Bernath Mss 162).
  • [Colombia]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • Colombia Oil/Gas Exploration Photographs. (Bernath Mss 416).
  • Colombia Photograph Album, circa 1925. (Bernath Mss 426).
  • [Colombia]. Fisher [Wesley M. and Leona A.] Colombia Photograph Album, 1938-1939. More than 500 black and white photographs, most snapshots, with extensive captions in English, taken by an American couple who spent a year in the area around San Pablo and Concepcion, where Wesley Fisher apparently worked for the South America Gulf Oil Co. (SAGOC), building pump stations for the 263 mile oil pipeline stretching from the Barco Oil Fields in the Colombian jungle at Petrolea, over the mountains, to the Colombian coast. Includes many images of pump station and related road and bridge construction, laborers’ camps, family, friends and colleagues, local population including Matilone Indians; also images of Puerto Colombia, Barranquilla, cable car from Gamarra to Ocaña, Magdalena River, Panama Canal Zone, Arhuaco Indians and area by Santa Marta on the north coast of Colombia, the capital Cartageña, and magazine articles about the history of the project. (Bernath Mss 365).
  • [Colombia]. Olson [Donovan] Colombia Photograph Album, ca. 1935-1943.Album compiled by the son of a missionary family posted to Colombia. Includes many images, with captions, of Cali area; also some of Bogota, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Panama Canal; school days back in the U.S., including Minnesota, and ending with marriage and military service during World War II. (Bernath Mss 252).
  • [Colombia]. West Indies Photograph Album, 1937. 33 b/w photos of street scenes and countryside in Martinique, Barbados, St. Georges (Grenada), Caracas (Venezuela), Curacao, Cartagena (Colombia), Panama, Trinidad, and St. Thomas (Virgin Islands). (SC 837).
  • Colombian Protestant Mission Photographs, 1929. 22 b/w snapshots, with inscriptions, mainly group photos, missionary families, and street scenes, most in or around Cali, Colombia. (Wyles SC 986).
  • [Ecuador]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Ecuador]. Mendell [Edward] Travel Slide Collection, 1980s-1990s. More than 2000 large-format color slides containing images of Edward Mendell’s post-retirement travels around the world, photographing endangered species for the World Wildlife Fund, and also of people in far-flung places such as Bhutan, Burma, Ecuador, Ethiopia, Iceland, Mali, Nepal, Papua New Guinea, Orissa (India), Philippines, Senegal, and Thailand. (Mss 247).
  • [Ecuador]. Playa de Oro Mining Company. Correspondence, treasurer’s report, and other printed material re gold mining in Ecuador, ca. 1895-1916. Otis S. Gage was involved in the activities of this and the United States Gold Dredging and Rubber Company. (SC 1061).
  • [Ecuador]. South America Photograph Album, 1926. 209 black and white photographs, captions in English, by unknown individual touring several South American countries. Many images of local residents, street scenes, buildings (cathedrals, residences), markets, and day to day activities, starting in Valparaiso (Chile), La Paz (Bolivia), Lake Titicaca, Cuzco (Peru - Inca palace and stone construction), Arequipa (Peru), Quayaquil and Quito (Ecuador), Panama City, and Jamaica, apparently enroute home to New York on the S.S. Pastores. (Bernath Mss 364).
  • [Ecuador]. United States Gold Dredging and Rubber Company (Philadelphia, PA). Correspondence, prospectii and other printed material re investing in a gold mining venture in Ecuador, ca. 1909-1911. (SC 1060).
  • Ecuador Photograph Albums, ca. 1910s-1920s. (Bernath Mss 358).
  • [French Guiana]. Siddell [Robert] Collection, ca. 1903-1922. More than 200 picture postcards from a 1909 trip to South America (Guyana – then British, Dutch, and French Guiana) and the West Indies (Antigua, Barbados, Bermuda, Dominica, Martinique, Nevis, St. Kitts, St. Vincent, Trinidad, Virgin Islands – then the Danish West Indies), as well as Canada, the U.S. and Turkey (Constantinople). Also, letters, photographs, and ephemera, some relating to the American College for Girls in Constantinople during and just after World War I. (Mss 110).
  • [Guyana]. British Guiana Photograph Collection, ca. 1940s. (SC 947).
  • [Guyana]. British Guyana Photograph Album, ca. 1910. 12 b/w albumen prints, with captions, mounted in a small album. Includes image of the photographer, J. A. Teixeria, and views of New Amsterdam and Georgetown. Accompanied by an Oct. 1939 issue of Geographical Review, containing an article, “An Investigation of the Prospect for White Settlement in British Guyana.” (SC 897).
  • [Paraguay]. Brazil Photograph Album, [ca. 1890s]. 26 black/white photographs, with captions in German, of railroad construction in Porto Lucena; bridge of S. Joeio Curityba, Paraguay; harbor of Ultramar, Uruguay; Rio Grande do Sul; Porto Alegre and eucalyptus groves; revolutionaries; ruins of Sao Miguel; police officers and troops of Santo Angelo; and Saltos do Iguassu. (Bernath Mss 177).
  • [Paraguay]. White, Edward Lucas (1866-1934). Typescript four page carbon re the Robertson brothers, adventurers and merchants in Paraguay, as noted in the dedication to Edward Lucas White’s El Supremo: A Romance of the Great Dictator of Paraguay (1916). (SC 549).
  • [Peru]. de Chetelat (Enzo) Papers, ca. 1901-1980s [bulk dates 1920s-1960s].Autobiography, correspondence, documents, maps, reports, black/white photographs and photograph albums, several thousand color slides, and artifacts of a Swiss-born mining geologist who visited or worked in many countries from the 1920s to the 1970s, including Albania, Algeria, Bali, Belgian Congo, Brazil, British Honduras, Cambodia, Cameroon, Canada, Ceylon, Czechoslovakia, Dahomey, France, French Guinea, French Guyana, French Polynesia, Ghana, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Iran, Iraq, Ivory Coast, Japan, Jordan, Korea, Laos, Lebanon, Liberia, Libya, Macau, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mali, Martinique, Mauritania, Mauritius, Mexico, Morocco, Nepal, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niger, Nigeria, Paracel Islands, Peru, Samoa, Senegal, Singapore, Somalia, Sumatra, Syria, Thailand, Togo, Tunisia, Turkey, Uganda, Upper Volta, Vietnam, and Yugoslavia. (Bernath Mss 316).
  • [Peru]. Curletti Family Collection, ca. 1869-1969. Scrapbook, mostly photos from Peru, and family correspondence, telegrams, and biographical notes, mainly relating to Lauro Curletti. Also, letterbook of José Giuseppe Curletti, 1869-1870, written in Spanish and Italian, with letters from South American cities like Lima and Santiago. (Mss 172).
  • [Peru]. Dario Arrus, M. Three black and white photographs, ca. 1890s-1900s, two of mining operations, possibly in the Cerro de Pasco area of Peru. Laid in Dairo Arrus’ El Callao en la epoca del coloniaje antes y despues de la catastrofe de 1746[Main F3611 C2 D3]. (SC 698).
  • [Peru]. Dominguez [C.] Peruvian Photograph Collection, ca. 1972. 43 black/white photographs taken by C. Dominguez, of Peruvian men, women, and children of African descent. (Bernath Mss 168).
  • [Peru]. Eagleton (George D.) Stereoview Collection, ca. 1860s-2004. The collection contains ca. 6708 stereoviews, 179 other photographic images (most photo postcards), one videotape about stereoviews, 11 stereoviewers, and related books and issues of Stereo World, assembled by George D. Eagleton. The stereoviews, some exceedingly rare, include images from many parts of the U.S, and other countries. They cover subjects such as children, the Civil War, farming, Indians [Native Americans], logging, mining, planes, presidents, Russo-Japanese War, ships, Spanish American War, Trains, and World War I. Most of the stereoviews in the collection were produced in the latter nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by the Keystone View Company and Underwood and Underwood (which sold the work of a number of photographers). Numerous other companies also are represented. The cards were intended to be viewed through equipment such as stereopticans, which produced a three-dimensional effect. (Mss 255).
  • [Peru]. Flagg [J. Foster] Collection, late 1800s-early 1900s. Papers of an engineer and astronomer who spent his last years in Santa Barbara. Includes maps of North and South America, documents re family genealogy, and four photo albums, mainly of Mexico (Vera Cruz, Queretaro, Guadalajara, Colima, Mazatlan, Guayanas, as well as San Antonio and New Orleans) and Peru, with images of buildings, street scenes, ports, railway lines, and people. (Mss 32).
  • [Peru]. Maps of Peru. Two hand-colored maps of Peru: “Carte du Pérou Pour l’histoire Générale des Voyages …,” vol. 11 (or II), page 376, by Benard Direxit, [ca. 1600s?]; and “Carte du Perou, se trouvent les Audiences de Quito, Lima et la Plata …,” by M. Bonne, Paris, [ca. 1600s]. (SC 1040).
  • [Peru]. Misener (Ray Hammond and Grace) Peru Photograph Albums, 1932-1940. Two albums with more than 200 black and white snapshots, many with captions in English, most in and around Casapalca (known for its silver and zinc mines) where Ray apparently worked for a mining concern. Includes many images of family, friends, and colleagues mostly engaged in social activities, Casapalca population, street scenes, and views, llamas, San Juan mine camp, other areas including Tarma, San Ramon, Rio Blanco, San Mateo, Huanaco, and Ayachucho; also biplanes (1932 – Condor Peruana de Aviacion SA), trips to Machu Picchu, Cuzco (town and Quichua Indians), Lake Titicaca, Braden Copper Mine (Sewell, Chile), Mina Sol de Oro (Nazca, Peru), Lomas (beach and shoreline), 1938 Lima earthquake, and trip home on Japanese boat Heiyo Maru in Nov. 1940. (Bernath Mss 362).
  • [Peru]. Morehouse [L. Lee] Peru Mining Papers, 1906-1920 [bulk dates 1906-1909]. (Wyles SC 1040).
  • [Peru]. Peru Smelting and California Travel Photo Album, circa 1920s. (Bernath Mss 419)
  • [Peru]. St. Charles [Charles de] Peru Correspondence, 1870-1872. (SC 958).
  • [Peru]. South America Photograph Album, 1914. 250+ b/w photos, with captions in English, mainly Bolivia, Chile, and Peru, also a few of Panama and Havana. (Bernath Mss 235).
  • [Peru]. South America Photograph Album, 1926. 209 black and white photographs, captions in English, by unknown individual touring several South American countries. Many images of local residents, street scenes, buildings (cathedrals, residences), markets, and day to day activities, starting in Valparaiso (Chile), La Paz (Bolivia), Lake Titicaca, Cuzco (Peru - Inca palace and stone construction), Arequipa (Peru), Quayaquil and Quito (Ecuador), Panama City, and Jamaica, apparently enroute home to New York on the S.S. Pastores. (Bernath Mss 364).
  • [Peru]. United States Squadron in the Pacific Ocean Quarterly Return of Receipts, 1837-1838. Bound volume, Quarterly Return of Receipts and Expenditures of Provisions and Stores for the United States Squadron in the Pacific Ocean, June 1, 1837 to January 1838, while at Callao Castle [Peru] and Valparaiso [Argentina]. Includes figures for food, clothing, and miscellaneous stores such as anchors, cables, cordage, spars, barrels, linseed oil, pitch, tar, and paint. (Wyles Mss 68).
  • [Peru]. Winslow [Charles F.] Photograph Collection, 1860s-1870s. 29 cartes de visite, with inscriptions, of Dr. Charles F. Winslow and others, many from Lima, Peru. (Wyles SC 985).
  • Peru Indian Photographs, ca. late 1800s. Eight black and white photographs (cartes de visité size), of Peruvian Indian men and women, several by photographer Ricardo Villaalba, some studio, others outdoors. (SC 978).
  • Peru Photograph Album, ca. 1900-1920. (Bernath Mss 285).
  • Peru Subject Collection. (Bernath Mss 226).
  • Peruvian Political Printed Ephemera Collection, ca. 1912-1996. Newspapers, periodicals, pamphlets, flyers, broadsides. (Bernath Mss 116).
  • [Suriname]. Hiss (Philip Hanson) Photograph Collection, 1939-early 1940s. 120+ black/white professional photographs of people and scenes in Aruba, Bali, Bonaire, Curacao, Hawaii, Saba, St. Eustatius, St. Martin, and Surinam, taken by Philip Hanson Hiss (1910-1988), ca. 1939-early 1940s. Hiss was a photographer, author, and world traveler who, during World War II, served in the Office of Strategic Service (OSS). (Bernath Mss 76)
  • [Uruguay]. Brazil Photograph Album, [ca. 1890s]. 26 black/white photographs, with captions in German, of railroad construction in Porto Lucena; bridge of S. Joeio Curityba, Paraguay; harbor of Ultramar, Uruguay; Rio Grande do Sul; Porto Alegre and eucalyptus groves; revolutionaries; ruins of Sao Miguel; police officers and troops of Santo Angelo; and Saltos do Iguassu. (Bernath Mss 177).
  • [Uruguay]. Jewish Journals and Newspapers, 1920s-1940s. Includes issues ofFun Letsten Churbn: Tsaytshrift fur Geshikhte funYidishn Lebn betn Natsi-Rezshim – The Last Extermination: Journal for the History of the Jewish People During the Nazi Regime (ed. by Israel Kaplan; Munich, 1946-1948); Nuestra Ayuda (Mexico: Sociedad Mexicana OSE, 1945); Tsum Oktayber: Vekentliker Organ fun der Kom [Unistisher] Partay Urgugvayer Sektsion fun Komintern (Communist Party, Montevideo, Uruguay, 1931-1933); Unser Tsayt – Sotsyalistishe Hoydesh-Shrift[Unzer Cajt] (Warsaw, 1927-1929). (Wyles Mss 259).
  • [Uruguay]. South Pacific Photograph Album, ca. 1901-1902. 140+ b/w photographs of a voyage, probably by a British passenger embarking at London, on the New Zealand ship S.S. Rakaia. Includes images of Montevideo, Uruguay (wharf, street scenes, gardens, news boys) and Fernando de Noronha islands (Brazilian convict station 200 miles off the coast of South America). (Bernath Mss 283).
  • [Uruguay]. Stuart [Granville] Uruguay Photographs, 1894-1896. 8 b/w albumen cabinet size and larger photographs assembled by Montana cattleman Granville Stuart while he was ambassador to Uruguay. Includes images of Uruguayan officers, Montivideo scenes, and the U.S.S. iron warship Newark, moored off Montivideo in 1894. (Wyles SC 987).
  • Uruguay Photograph Album, ca. 1930-1936. Mainly relating to excavating/bridge building, noting kilometer markers (from where?), including Tacuari Bridge over Tacuari River. Probably compiled by an employee of the unidentified company engaged in the bridge building. (Bernath Mss 376).
  • [Venezuela]. Abbot (Abiel, Jr.) Correspondence, 1825-1826. Three letters (ALS) to his father Abiel Abbot, clergyman of Bevely, MA and his sister Adeline Gould, describing his unfavorable impressions of Cumana, Venezuela. (SC 1104).
  • [Venezuela]. Caribbean Photograph Album, ca. 1903. 184 black/white photographs taken during a cruise on the steamship Oceana (German-American Line), with images of St. Thomas (Virgin Islands), San Juan (Puerto Rico), Jamaica, Panama Canal, Venezuela, Trinidad, Martinique, Dominica, San Domingo, Santiago and Havana (Cuba), and Nassau (Bahamas). Includes coastal and city views, streetscapes, buildings, railroads and steamships in ports, and local men and women at work and at leisure. (Bernath Mss 184).
  • [Venezuela]. Dellenbaugh [Frederick S.] Cruise Journal, 1906. Trip to West Indies, Venezuela, and Florida. (Wyles SC 983).
  • [Venezuela]. West Indies Photograph Album, 1937. 33 b/w photos of street scenes and countryside in Martinique, Barbados, St. Georges (Grenada), Caracas (Venezuela), Curacao, Cartagena (Colombia), Panama, Trinidad, and St. Thomas (Virgin Islands). (SC 837).
  • Venezuela and Curaçao Oil Industry Photograph Collection, ca. 1920s. 52 black and white snapshots, most in an album, several of the Curaçoische Petroleum Industrie Maatschappij (CPIM) oil refining facility, and oil rigs and workers at the Venezuelan lake of Maracaibo; also street scenes, shops, local population, port, ships. (Bernath Mss 359).
  • Venezuela Photograph Album, ca. 1940. Approximately 243 black and white images, various sizes, captions in English, most of the area in and around Caripito, apparently taken by one of a group of oil workers. Includes photos of local population, living quarters, and street scenes, oil rigs, seismograph drilling, oil tankers, Tobago, loading coal at Puerta de la Cruz, views of Caracas, San Tomé, Guyaba Indians, aerial views, and U.S. Army planes at Quirequire airport, 1940. (Bernath Mss 363).