Archival records from The transition from a traditional to a modern society: recovering Argentine and Latin American history through an emblematic publishing company (EAP375)

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  • Haynes Publishing Company Archive [Mid 19th century-Early 1970s]

    Collection Ref: EAP375/1
    Description: The Collection is made up of Nepaco folders and hand-made envelopes that may contain one or more stationary envelopes. Each folder is a compact unit of information containing every—or almost everything—that was printed on the particular subjec ...
  • Themed Subject Files [Mid 19th century-Early 1970s]

    Collection Ref: EAP375/1/1
    Description: The Haynes Publishing Company published a daily newspaper plus weekly magazines that covered daily news of all sorts of fields such as sport, art, literature, radio, cinema, television, and fashion as well as other subjects. The different item ...
  • Saenz Peña Roque [1900s-1960s]

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/1
    Description: Politician and lawyer, Roque Sáenz Peña became president of Argentina from 1910 to 1914. He is famous for having passed the law that imposed the universal, male, secret, and obligatory vote. This handmade and original envelope contains three s ...
  • Patagonia [1910s-1930s]

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/2
    Description: The region of Patagonia encompasses the southern territory of Argentina and Chile. This envelope contains material on the desert and forests of the region, its indigenous population, the pioneers such as the Salesians priests and the Welsh imm ...
  • Wagner Duncan L [1930s-1950s ]

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/3
    Description: Duncan Wagner was an Argentine archaeologist who was born in 1863 and died in 1937. With his brother, he led various expeditions in Argentina and South America and wrote about the Chaco-Santiagueña civilization as a key to understand the relat ...
  • Sáenz Peña Luis [1880s-1960s]

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/4
    Description: Luis Sáenz Peña was a lawyer and politician who became President from 1892 to 1895. He did not finish his presidential term as his government lack of legitimacy. He was elected by his political party, the Partido Autónomo Nacional led by Roca, ...
  • "Roca Julio, A [1920s-1960s]"

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/5
    Description: Twice president of Argentina (1880-86 and 1898-1904), Julio Argentino Roca (1843-1914) is one of the most polemic politicians in Argentina. Although some historians recognise him as one of the main forgers of the Argentine nation, Roca for oth ...
  • Roca Julio A. Hijo Biografía Datos Varios [1930s-1950s ]

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/6
    Description: Julio Argentino Pascual Roca (1873 -1942), son of the Argentine President Julio Argentino Roca, was a lawyer and a politician who led and represented the political period known as the “Década Infame” (or “Infamous Decade”). This refers to the ...
  • Roca Julio A. Hijo Escenas [1920s-1940s]

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/7
    Description: This envelope consists mainly of photographs of President Julio Roca's life and activities that, as they were not portraits, the Haynes Publishing Company used to label as Escenas (or Scenes). This is an original and handmade envelope that con ...
  • Roca Julio A. Caricaturas Fallecimiento Familia Casa [1920s-1950s ]

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/8
    Description: This envelope contains caricatures of President Julio Argentino Roca, data, and photos of his family and house, records of his speeches as well as his death and grand funeral. This is an original and handmade envelope that contains four statio ...
  • Yrigoyen Hipólito Personalidad [1920s-1960s]

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/9
    Description: This Nepaco folder contains newspapers' and magazines' clippings and articles. Hipólito Yrigoyen (1852 –1933) was an Argentinean politician who became president twice (1916-1922 and 1928-1930). He was the most relevant leaders of the political ...
  • Teatro del Pueblo [1930s-1960s]

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/10
    Description: This Nepaco folder contains newspapers' and magazines' clippings and articles. In 1930, the People's Theatre (or Teatro del Pueblo) was funded and with it the Independent Theatre in opposition to the commercial theatre. The Teatro del Pueblo s ...
  • Yrigoyen Hipólito Fallecimiento [1930s-1960s]

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/11
    Description: This Nepaco folder contains newspapers' and magazines' clippings and articles. Hipólito Yrigoyen died on July 3rd, 1933. After being deposed in 1930, he was repeatedly detained and incarcerated by the military government. As he was taken to th ...
  • Indios [1930s-1960s ]

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/12
    Description: This Nepaco folder contains newspapers' and magazines' clippings and articles that refer to general data on Latin American indigenous populations classified according to their nationality: US, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, and Ven ...
  • Fiestas Populares [1920s-1950s]

    File Ref: EAP375/1/1/13
    Description: This tampered envelope contains newspapers' and magazines' clippings and articles. Despite the envelope's title--remember we are dealing with a tampered envelope--, it does not contain information on popular feasts and ceremonies but on the wa ...