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Guía de la Colección de Postales Latinoamericanas por Richard F. Phillips

Guía creada por Ana D. Rodríguez y Wondy Joseph

Bibliotecas Smathers, Universidad de la Florida - Colecciones Especiales y Estudios de Área
Diciembre 2015


Resumen Descriptivo

Creador: Phillips, Richard F. (Richard Frederick), 1949- (Colector)
Título: Colección de Postales Latinoamericanas por Richard F. Phillips
Fechas: aproximadamente 1937-2012
Abstracto: Grupo de postales con paisajes de ciudades y países latinoamericanos así como muestras de arte latinoamericano.
Descripción Física: 0.42 Pies lineares. 95 postales.
Identificación: MSS 0346
Idiomas: Incluye material escrito en Español, Inglés, y Portugués.
Atención: Esta guía está disponible en Inglés en http://www.library.ufl.edu/spec/manuscript/guides/phillips_en.htm

Notas Biográficas e Históricas

Richard F. Phillips fue director de la Colección Latinoamericana y Caribeña en la Universidad de Florida (UF) de 1993 al 2014. Antes de esto trabajó en catalogación por quince años en UF, la Universidad de Princeton y la Universidad de Colorado. Coleccionó muchas de estas postales durante sus viajes a Latinoamérica como director de la colección.


Importancia y Contenido

La Colección de Postales Latinoamericanas por Richard F. Phillips incluye 95 postales con paisajes de ciudades y países latinoamericanos así como muestras de arte latinoamericano. México constituye una gran parte de esta colección, en especial postales de fotografías en blanco y negro de Cuernavaca, Morelos, así como imágenes en color de murales pintados por Diego Rivera, José Orozco y David Alfaro Siqueiros.


Arreglo

Esta colección está organizada en dos series: "Serie 1: Paisajes y arte," "Series 2: Murales mexicanos." Los objetos de esta colección están organizados por orden alfabético y por país o region.


Restricciones de Acceso o Uso

Acceso

La colección está abierta al público.


Información Administrativa

Otra Guía

Esta guía está disponible en Inglés en http://www.library.ufl.edu/spec/manuscript/guides/phillips_en.htm.

Referencia Bibliográfica

[Identificación del objeto], Colección de Postales Latinoamericanas por Richard F. Phillips, Colecciones Especiales y Estudios de Área, Bibliotecas Smathers, Universidad de la Florida, Gainesville, Florida.

Información sobre la Adquisición

Richard F. Phillips donó esta colección a la Universidad de Florida en el 2015.


Inventario

Series 1: Landscapes and art. 2012, undated


Caja
1 Argentina: Portrait of Eva Perón, Museo Evita, Buenos Aires, Argentina (2 copies). 2012
1 Belize: The Belizean Flag. undated
1 Bolivia: Painting Autoretrato by Cecilio Guzmán de Rojas (1947). undated
1 Bolivia: Painting Calle de Wuarina by Cecilio Guzmán de Rojas (1942). undated
1 Bolivia: Painting Campesino Aymara by Cecilio Guzmán de Rojas (1937). undated
1 Bolivia: Painting Profundidad Abismal by Cecilio Guzmán de Rojas (1942). undated
1 Brazil: Four views of the city of Curitiba. undated
1 Brazil: Night view of the Paulista Avenue with Transmission Tower, Sao Paulo. undated
1 Brazil: Painting of San José de Anchieta and poem on verso by Guilherme de Almeida. undated
1 Colombia : Map of Terra Firma et Novum Regnum Granatense et Papayan made by Juan Ogilby (1671). undated
1 Cuba: Aerial view of Havana. undated
1 Cuba: Aerial view of Hotel Melia in Varadero. undated
1 Cuba: Painting of El camello azul by Edelberto Alonso. undated
1 Cuba: View of an indigenous ceremonial park in Guamá. undated
1 Cuba: View of Baconao Beach in Santiago de Cuba. undated
1 Cuba: View of Caña River and the Escambray Mountain Range in Trinidad, Sancti Spiritus Province. undated
1 Cuba: View of Hotel Nacional in Havana. undated
1 Cuba: View of Morro castle in Havana. undated
1 Dominican Republic: Painting of Aguacatera con pájaros by Gilberto Hernández Ortega. undated
1 Dominican Republic: Painting of Invocación a la lluvia by Gilberto Hernández Ortega. undated
1 Dominican Republic: Painting Retrato de mi abuela by Gilberto Hernández Ortega. undated
1 Mexico: Archaeological site of Paquimé in Chihuahua (2 copies with different views). undated
1 Mexico: Interior view of the Chapel of the Virgin of the Rosary in Puebla (2 copies with different views). undated
1 Mexico: Israelite Sports Center building in Mexico City. undated
1 Mexico: Monument to Doña Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez, "La Corregidora," in Queretaro. undated
1 Mexico: Pilgrimage of the Zapopan virgin to her shrine in Guadalajara, Jalisco. undated
1 Mexico: Soldiers in Chihuahua. undated
1 Mexico: View of Taxco, Guerrero. undated
1 Mexico: View of the Universidad Autónoma of Queretaro. undated
1 Mexico: View of the valley of Mexico (2 copies). undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. Aerial view of Capilla Nuestra Señora del Carmen and Capilla de la Tercera Orden de San Francisco de Asís. undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. Boy drinking from a fountain in the Parque Revolución. undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. El Calvario. undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. Hillside street with view of the cathedral. undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. Panorama. undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. Panoramic view of Tepoztlán in the state of Morelos. undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. View of Chapultepec Garden. undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. View of Palacio de Cortés from side street. undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. View of San Antón Waterfall. undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. View of Tepetates Street. undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. View of the archway on the street Carlos Cuauglia, the old aqueduct over the Amanalco Ravine (2 copies). undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. View of the Atrial Cross and Capilla de la Tercera Orden de San Francisco de Asís (2 different views). undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. View of the Cathedral of the Assumption of Mary. undated
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. View of the city's downtown (3 copies). undated
1 Puerto Rico: Aerial view of Castillo San Felipe del Morro. undated
1 Puerto Rico: Architecture of Old San Juan. undated
1 Puerto Rico: Capilla del Cristo. undated
1 Puerto Rico: Fort San Cristobal. undated
1 Puerto Rico: La Fortaleza (Governor's Mansion) and Old San Juan Street. undated
1 Puerto Rico: Old San Juan City Hall building and Plaza de Armas. undated
1 Puerto Rico: Paseo de la Princesa. undated
1 Puerto Rico: San Juan Cathedral. undated
1 Puerto Rico: San Juan Gate. undated
1 Puerto Rico: San Juan Harbor and Old San Juan. undated
1 Puerto Rico: Totem Pole. undated


Series 2: Mexican Murals. undated


Caja
1 Mexico: Cuernavaca. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio de Cortés. Agrarian Revolutionary leader: Emiliano Zapata. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by David Alfaro Siqueiros. Palacio de Bellas Artes. Liberty. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by David Alfaro Siqueiros. Palacio de Bellas Artes. Sacrifice for liberty. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by David Alfaro Siqueiros. Private house (Sonora 9) Cuauhtemoc against the myth. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio de Bellas Artes. Science. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. Arts and crafts in ancient Mexico. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. Arts and crafts in ancient Mexico with indigenous rulers. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. Hernan Cortés and Fray Bartolomé de las Casas, the protector of the Indians.. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. Marketing in ancient Mexico. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. The conquest. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. The execution of Maximilian in Queretaro (1867). undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. The foundation of the City of Mexico-Tenochtitlan by the Aztecs (1323). undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. The Great Tenochtitlan: city center of Tenochtitlan. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. The Great Tenochtitlan: the market of petates (straw mats) in Tlaltelolco. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. The Great Tenochtitlan: the temple of the war and the rain gods in Tlacopan. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. The Great Tenochtitlan: the wheeling dog. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. The Independence War of Mexico (1810). undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. The legend of Quetzalcoatl (Toltec Period). undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. The reformation of the laws by Benito Juárez (1857). undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. The revolution of Madero (1910). undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Palacio Nacional de México. The struggle of the classes according to Karl Marx. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by Diego Rivera. Secretaría de Educación Pública. Night of the poor. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by José Clemente Orozco. Edificio de la Suprema Corte. Allegory of Mexico. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by José Clemente Orozco. Edificio de la Suprema Corte. Crooks. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by José Clemente Orozco. Edificio de la Suprema Corte. Justice. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by José Clemente Orozco. Edificio de la Suprema Corte. Justice with torch. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by José Clemente Orozco. Iglesia del Hospital de Jesús. Angel in the vault of the Choir. undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by José Clemente Orozco. Iglesia del Hospital de Jesús. Angel in the vault of the Choir (different view). undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by José Clemente Orozco. Iglesia del Hospital de Jesús. Angel tying the devil (Apocalipsy). undated
1 Mexico: Mexico City. Mural by José Clemente Orozco. Iglesia del Hospital de Jesús. Life. undated


Temas Seleccionados y Términos Clave

Caribbean Area
Latin America
Mexico
Mexico--Cuernavaca
Muralists
Postcards



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