Title: L. Lamarque photographs of Cuba (Roosevelt R560.3.L16).
Creator: Lamarque, L.
WorkType: photograph albums
Identifier: olvgroup11934
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Title:  L. Lamarque photographs of Cuba (Roosevelt R560.3.L16).
Item Identifier:  Roosevelt Class No. 560.3
Work Type:  photograph albums
Creator:  Lamarque, L., photographer
Date:  ca. 1901
Description:  Two albums of photographs taken mostly in and around Santiago de Cuba (Cuba) while Leonard Wood was Military Governor (1899-1902). Images are chiefly of locations of historical interest concerning the Spanish-American War and of various public works in process or completed.
Dimensions:  29 x 40 centimeters
Location:  Subject: Santiago de Cuba, Cuba
Subject: Cuba
Topics:  public works
Note:  Citation/references: Hitchman, James H. "Unfinished Business: Public Works in Cuba, 1898-1902." The Americas, Vol. 31, No. 3 (Jan., 1975): 335-359.
General: Title for album supplied by cataloger. Photographs are numbered in order of appearance in album. Photographs 1-54 are in volume 1; 55-104 are in volume 2. Access to original material is restricted because of condition. Consultation requires permission of the collection curator. Preferred citation for publication: L. Lamarque Photographs of Cuba (Roosevelt R560.3.L16). Theodore Roosevelt Collection, Harvard College Library.
Historical: After the Spanish-American War, the United States Military Government of Cuba, under the direction of Leonard Wood, spent nearly half its budget between 1898-1902 on public works projects, including building roads, bridges, and wharves, cleaning and paving streets, purifying water, building and maintaining hospitals, and disposing of refuse.
Production: Cataloging and imaging funded by the Ratus Lee Kelly Fund for Houghton Library.
Provenance: Gift of the Theodore Roosevelt Association. Given to the Theodore Roosevelt (then Roosevelt Memorial) Association by Hermann Hagedorn; belonged to Leonard Wood.
Use Restrictions:  Theodore Roosevelt Collection: This material is owned or held by the Theodore Roosevelt Collection, Harvard College Library, and is provided solely for the purpose of teaching or individual research. Any other use, including commercial reuse, mounting on other systems, or other forms of redistribution requires permission. Please contact the collection curator.
Repository:  Theodore Roosevelt Collection
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Title:  A corner of [the] palace, Santiago.
Item Identifier:  Roosevelt Class No. 560.3
Work Type:  photographs
Date:  ca. 1901
Description:  Leonard Wood and James Edward Runcie in a room in the Palace of the Governor, Santiago de Cuba (Cuba).
Associated Name:  Wood, Leonard (1860-1927), subject
Runcie, James Edward (1858-1933), subject
Note:  General: Title from caption printed on the photograph.
Related Work:  From: L. Lamarque photographs of Cuba (Roosevelt R560.3.L16).
Use Restrictions:  Theodore Roosevelt Collection: This material is owned or held by the Theodore Roosevelt Collection, Harvard College Library, and is provided solely for the purpose of teaching or individual research. Any other use, including commercial reuse, mounting on other systems, or other forms of redistribution requires permission. Please contact the collection curator.
Repository:  Theodore Roosevelt Collection
Roosevelt R560.3.L16-003
Record Identifier: olvgroup11934


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