Buenos Aires (Argentina)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Argentina in the 1890s Photographic Album
Scope and Contents This collection of 50 black and white photographs depicts everyday life in Buenos Aires, Palermo, and Hurlingham, Argentina during the 1890s. Photographs measure approximately 6¾” x 8¾” and are captioned on versos, though some captions are partly trimmed. Photographs show public celebrations and parades, portraits of Argentinians, and landmarks such as the Banco de la Nación and Central Station of Ferrocarril del Sud.
Dates: circa 1890s.
Buenos Aires in 1939 Photographic Album
Scope and Contents This collection of one photographic album contains 21 black and white photographs promoting the 1939 Buenos Aires opening of Falcon & Cia., an Argentinian distributor of Myrugia, a Spanish cosmetics company. The photographs depict Art Deco interior and exterior views of Falcon & Cia.'s offices in the Retiro neighborhood. The photographs measure 7" x 9" and are mounted to the album leaves.
Edward Davison Letters on Early American Merchants in Buenos Aires
Overview This collection contains sixteen letters from Massachusetts native Edward Davison in Buenos Aires, Argentina, to his business partner Francis (Frank) Leland in Montevideo, Uruguay, regarding transactions at their commercial firm.