Photograph album consisting of 27 black and white silver prints, each approximately 8 x 10", of Cuba. Scenes include landscapes,
city scapes, and genre scenes. Each photograph is accompanied by a glassine leaf with typed photo descriptions. Of particular
note are photographs of both the sinking and raising of the USS Maine. Also includes a poem written by Irene Wright, who
may have been the owner of the album. Wright was an American historian who spent time in Havana as a writer for the Havana
Post, an editor of the Havana Telegraph, and owner of the Cuban Magazine.
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