The Manuel Rafael Giberga Angulo papers document the political and professional careers of a Cuban American prominent in the
late 1960s and early 1970s. Appointed by Richard M. Nixon as vice president of the Agency for Equal Opportunity for Spanish
Speaking Americans, Giberga Angulo was also a member of the National Republican Heritage Groups (Nationalities) Council. He
acted as general liaison with the Cuban American community for the Nixon administration and was active in enlisting Cuban
American support for the Republican Party. The papers include significant materials relating to Cuban refugees and to Cuban
exile organizations opposed to the government of Fidel Castro. There is also a substantial amount of correspondence and printed
matter pertaining to Cuban American community life, especially in Florida.
100 manuscript boxes, 3 oversize boxes, memorabilia
(41.2 linear feet)
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