Quinta San José in Marianao, Havana, Cuba
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Notation on verso: "C87-18-PH-9; Stamp (mark) on verso: "FMU"
A corridor leading to the dining room with several antique armchairs and a grandfather clock. Quinta San José was the house where Lydia Cabrera, a leading authority on Afro-Cuban culture and religion, lived for several years
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- University of Miami Libraries
- Cabrera, Lydia
Quinta San José (Havana, Cuba)
Clocks and watches
- Marianao (Cuba)
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