Call Number: Microforms [Lower Level HESB] Microfilm 4307 Non-Circulating
Description: Collection of 534 Latin American pamphlets and broadsides the majority of which were printed in the 19th century. Of these, many date from the early years of independence and were published in the River Plate Region. The greater part of the collection was formed by the Argentinean writer Luis López Dominguez (1810-98). He was a political journalist, historian, politician and ambassador. Other pamphlets in the collection belonged to the Argentinean Lorenzo López, also a deputy for Buenos Aires. The majority of the documents concern politics or are official publications. Famous names recur throughout: Bartolomé Mitre, Manuel Dorrego, Juan Manuel de Rosas, Esteban Echevarria, Domingo Sarmiento.
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