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Rio de Janeiro (Brazil)

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
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Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

Chiloil Tanker Ship in Brazil in the 1930s Photographic Album

 Collection — 2022-022: [1005680712]
Identifier: 2022-022
Scope and Contents One photographic album depicting an American tanker ship in Santos, Rio de Janeiro, and Montevideo, Brazil, during the 1930s. 58 photographs show the interior and exterior of tanker "Chiloil" as well as street views in various Brazilian locations alongside 23 posctards from Santos, most of which are captioned.
Dates: circa 1930s

Folder 4, 1964 - 1965

 File — Box 5343: Series 2012.018 [1006100291]
Identifier: Folder 4

Keyes Family papers

Identifier: MSS-0813
Abstract A collection of correspondence, diaries, biographical notes, scrapbooks, photographs, memorabilia and other papers. It concerns the emigration of the family of John Washington Keyes and his wife Julia Hentz Keyes to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, after the Civil War, and their subsequent travel all over the world.
Dates: 1846-1944

Mr. Johnston on a donkey in Rio de Janeiro, 1942 December

 Item — Box 10: [1006241594], Folder: 2011.004.001014
Identifier: 2011.004.001015
Scope and Contents note From the Series: 100 photographs depicting the Jones and Phelps families; Camp A-Z in the Mobile Delta; fishing in Grand Bay, Alabama; cave near Elko, Madison County, Alabama; and Jones family at the Cedars Farm in Huntsville, Alabama.
Dates: 1942 December

Photographs, 1964 - 1965

Identifier: 2012.018
Abstract Seventeen photographs; some publicity shots of Alabama Congressman Armistead Selden's political activities in South America (Paraguay, Guatemala, Brazil); color snapshots and photo Christmas cards of family friends.
Dates: 1964 - 1965

Rio de Janeiro in the 1920s Photographic Album

Identifier: 2022-017
Scope and Contents This photographic album contains 33 black and white photographs of Rio de Janeiro buildings and landmarks during the 1920s taken by three unidentified photographers. Images include panoramas of Rio de Janeiro, Sugarloaf Mountain, and Copacabana neighborhoods. All photographs are captioned with the creator's stamp except for two. Photographs measure 6 1/2" x 8 1/2" and are mounted except for three that are loosely inserted.
Dates: circa 1920s