The Cuban Imprints & Ephemera Digital Collection includes ephemeral artifacts from Cuba and early imprints on Cuba’s colonial past, efforts for self-governance, slavery, nationalism, foreign investment, crime, women’s rights, spirituality, popular culture and human rights. Twentieth-century political movements and upheavals will be given special attention.

A number of these are truly unique items, and have been identified as such by special review as part of the Social Science Research Council Cuba Libro project: see link for details:

Cuban Imprints published through 1900 in the Harold and Mary Jean Hanson Rare Book Collection in the University of Florida, George A. Smathers Libraries:

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