Spanish Civil War History Project

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Publication Date

1936

Abstract

Letter in Spanish regarding the delivery of clothing for the children of Spain, written on the stationery of The Hillsboro hotel. Isabel de Oyarzábal (she used the name Isabel de Palencia on the letter) was part of the three-member delegation sent by the Spanish government, under the auspices of the American Friends of Spanish Democracy, to raise support for the Spanish Republic in the United States and Canada. She came to Tampa in November of 1936 hoping to be allowed to address the delegates attending the American Federation of Labor convention, but her request was not granted.

Keywords

Spanish letters, History War work Spain Civil War, 1936-1939, History Children Spain Civil War, 1936-1939, Manteiga, Roland, Cruz Martinez, Maria

Description

[1] leaf. : ;

Subject: topical

Spanish letters; History; War work; History; Children; Manteiga, Roland; Cruz Martinez, Maria

Subject: geographic

Spain; Spain

Language

Spanish

Type

article

Genre

Image; Text

Format

Photograph

Holding Location

University of South Florida

Collection

Spanish Civil War History Project

Physical Collection

Spanish Civil War oral history project

Identifier

S39-00013-a015

Letter, 1936 Nov., Tampa, to María Cruz Martínez

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