Nantucket Historical Association
Log/journal, kept by Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor, relating to a voyage from New York to Callao, Peru -- Includes detailed account of stays at Callao and Lima, Peru, mentioning many other ships and captains and a journal (1858 Feb. 17, Apr. 12-May 9) kept by Eleazer Taylor during the illness of his wife
Getty Research Institute
Formal studio portraits, mainly of middle and upper class Limeños. The following photography studios can be identified: Barraza (1; 1930s); Rafael Castillo (27; 1860s-1880s); Correa (3; 1900-1920s); Courret Hermanos (2; 1880s); La Torre (1; 1920s); Ugarte (21; no dates). Included among these are individual and family portraits; portraits of babies and children; young boys in military uniform; young women; young men; married couples; children in carnival costume; and soldiers and officers. Among the portraits from Ugarte's studio are seven images of ciudadanos etnicos (urban ethnic types, mainly blacks and Chinese)
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
Collection of field recordings of 100 traditional Peruvian songs including carnavales, huaynos, dances, ritual herding songs, and charango and pincullo instrumentals, performed by various groups at the Feria de Octubre. Recorded in Lima, Peru, by the Ministerio de Educacion Publica, 1949. The collection includes a 5-page list in Spanish containing song genres, performers, and titles; and correspondence from Pedro M. Benvenutto Murrieta, Jorge C. Muelle, José María Arguedas, Luis E. Valcárcel and others, 1945-1951, regarding Peruvian folk music and the duplication of these recordings
Stanford University
Album 1. 71 prints, various sizes, showing buildings, gardens, people, etc. There is a group of 10 photographs detailing a public execution, some of the Chilean Revolution of 1894 including a massacre, the monument and tablet to Alexander Selkirk, the home and store of Mr. Davis, etc
Library of Congress - Research and Reference Services
[1] Informales, nuevos rostros en la vieja Lima / César Franco -- [2] Actividades productivas en sectores populares / Sara Pait Volstein -- [3] Los 100 años de la Cámara -- [4] Centro de Informacion y Educacion Para la Prevencion del Abuso de Drogas (CEDRO) -- [5] Cono Norte : problemas y posibilidades -- [6] Limpieza publica -- [7] Ier encuentro cono este
Brigham Young University - Harold B. Lee Library
Typewritten and bound transcript of an interview conducted by Katuska Serrano for the LDS Hispanic American Oral History Project of the Charles Redd Center for Western Studies at Brigham Young University on 28 Dec. 1991. Linares tells about his early life in Lima, Peru, his conversion to the Mormon Church, his migration to the United States, and about his life in that country
Huntington Library, Art Collections, and Botanical Gardens
The collection consists of the 1849 sea voyage diary of Arthur Mercein Ebbets (121 pages) and supplementary material, including six letters by Charlotte White Penniman Ebbets, written during her 1853 voyage on the steamer Tennessee (which ran aground near San Francisco); 14 folders of biographical manuscripts about Arthur written by Charlotte Penniman Ebbets; other family manuscripts; and correspondence of Rosario Curletti regarding the diary and letters. Nineteen pages of pencil drawings by Arthur Ebbets, depicting scenes from his voyage, accompany the diary
Peabody Essex Museum
Includes one manuscript, written in French, with typed transcript in English. Document relates to the ship Achille of Allevet, recently returned from a trip to Lima
Peabody Essex Museum
The brig New York details three voyages, from Boston to Marseilles, and Valparaiso (Apr. 1825-Dec. 1825); Lima to Marseille, Callao, Gibraltar, and New York (Feb. 1827 to Sept. 1827); and New York to Cádiz, Mantazas, and back (July 1827 to Apr. 1828). Home port was Boston; master was C.W. Apthorpe. It is an incomplete daily log describing wind, weather, location, shipboard occupations, sightings of gulf-weed, and sightings of ships. Includes a receipt for goods purchased by Captain Apthorpe
Cornell University Libraries
The subject matter of the materials from the Cornell Peru Project consists of working operations in Vicos. The types of material include correspondence; census forms; census returns; a land tenure survey; hydrological data; Vicos hacienda purchase agreement; accounts and account books; interviews with the Vicosinos; Human Relations Area Files (HRAF) field notes on Vicos and also the communities of Viru, Marcara, Recuayhuanca, Paucartambo, and Huaylas; monographs, reprints, publications, and unpublished articles; 3x5 bibliographic cards; code sheets; field notebooks; field note stencils; field notes; HRAF interview data; interview guides; interview sheets; life histories; maps; questionnaires; photographs; slides; and other miscellaneous materials. Also included are films of miscellaneous footage of Vicos and inhabitants taken by C.P.P. staff. Material relating to Allan Holmberg's work in Viru, Peru consists of correspondence and subject files. The material relating to the Cornell ... Read More


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