United Fruit Company Photograph Collection 1891-1962 (inclusive) 1920-1960 (bulk) A Finding Aid

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United Fruit Company Photograph Collection, 1891-1962 (inclusive), 1920-1960 (bulk): A Finding Aid

Baker Library Special Collections, Harvard Business School, Harvard University

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Title:United Fruit Company Photograph Collection

The collection consists of seventy-five photograph albums that document the United Fruit Companys operations and holdings in Central and South America, the West Indies, and the United States.

Gift of United Brands Company, 1979.

The collection was rehoused in the spring of 1999 as part of the Historical Collections manuscript photograph project. Each album was placed in a flat, acid-free box. A number of larger albums were divided in half and placed in two boxes. The albums were arranged in nine series based on geographic location or subject.

The existing finding aidan inventory produced in 1979 when the collection was donated to Baker Librarywas considerably revised and expanded. The current box inventory listed below reflects the numbers assigned to the new boxes. A key linking the former box locations with the new box numbering system is available if required. Please ask the reference staff for assistance.

Appointment necessary to consult collection.

Photocopying prohibited. The photograph albums must be handled very carefully to ensure that the photographs are not separated from their captions.

A growing number of photographs from the United Fruit Company Photograph Collection are available through, Harvard Librarys Hollis Images. Specific albums have been completely digitized and links to those albums are provided in the finding aid.

Cite as: United Fruit Company Photograph Collection. Baker Library Historical Collections. Harvard Business School.

TheHenry B. Arthur paperscontain information on Latin America agribusiness and additional photographs of the United Fruit Company.

See also theBoston Fruit Company recordsand theRecords of companies acquired by the United Fruit Company.

The United Fruit Company was formed in 1899 when the Boston Fruit Company merged with several other companies that produced, imported, and marketed bananas from the Caribbean islands, Central America, and Colombia. The principal founder was Minor C. Keith, who developed banana plantations in Costa Rica beginning in the 1870s. During the early decades of the twentieth century, United Fruits distribution networks spread throughout the United States and Europe. By 1930, the company had absorbed more than twenty rival firms and was the largest employer in Central America.

From its founding, the United Fruit Company acquired large, undeveloped tracts of land made available to it by Caribbean and Central and South American governments. The company cleared and planted these lands and developed extensive railroad and port facilities. It also built employee housing, schools for the children of employees, hospitals, and research laboratories. United Fruits laboratories worked to develop disease-resistant crops, insecticides, and fungicides. The company operated a large fleet of steamships painted white to protect their cargo from the tropical sun. This Great White Fleet transported United Fruits products to the United States, Europe, Asia, and the Middle East.

The United Fruit Company ultimately owned or leased property in Honduras, Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama, Colombia, Cuba, Jamaica, and numerous other Central American, South American, and the West Indian countries. It engaged in the production, transportation, and marketing of bananas, sugar, cocoa, abaca, and other tropical products.

In 1970, the United Fruit Company merged with AMK Corporation; the new corporation was called the United Brands Company. The company became Chiquita Brands International in 1990.

The collection is arranged in the following series:

Series I. Mexico and Central America, 1891-1957

Series II. South America, 1922-1957

Series IV. British Cameroons and Elders & Fyffes, 1913-1951

Series V. United States, ca. 1910-1957

Series VII. Spraying and Irrigation, 1935-1957

Series IX. Recreation & Miscellaneous, 1916-1927

The collection consists of seventy-five photograph albums that document the United Fruit Companys operations in Central and South America, the West Indies, and the United States. The photographs were taken between 1891 and 1962, with the majority dating from the 1920s through the 1950s. The albums contain approximately 10,400 photographs that vary in size from 3 x 5 inches to 9 x 11 inches. Most of the photographs are accompanied by brief captions that describe their content.

The photographs depict agricultural operations, construction, and research activities undertaken by the companys many operating units. These units produced bananas, sugar, abaca (for use as hemp), cacao, palm oil, cattle, and mahogany. The operational activities illustrated include planting, spraying, irrigation, and harvesting. Photographs also depict the construction and running of railroads, the building of wharves, company towns, schools, hospitals, and recreational facilities. The photographs also include images of the damage cause to company properties by hurricanes, floods, windstorms, fires, and other natural disasters.

Series I. Mexico and Central America

: Includes twenty-seven photograph albums depicting United Fruit Company operations in Mexico and Central America, including Guatemala, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama and Nicaragua. One album (box 29) also includes photographs from Venezuela and Brazil. See also box 54 of Series III for additional photographs of Costa Rica, Panama, and Honduras, and albums in Series VI-IX.

: Subjects depicted includeIxtapa, Mexico (1934), bridges and floods, (1926 and 1929), and banana operations (1929).

: Subjects depicted includeIxtapa, Mexico (1934), bridges and floods, (1926 and 1929), and banana operations (1929).

Tiquisate (Guatemala) 106 photographs

: Subjects depicted include Guatemala West (1928, 1947, and 1957),mills, planting,miscellaneous, power plant (1940),property, railroad, rolling stock (1936, 1940, and 1956), spray (1952), tools (1956), water supply (1928 and later), andwharves in San Jose, Guatemala (1928-1938).

Tiquisate, Quatamala West 192 photographs

: Subjects depicted includeairplanes (1950), agricultural tools (1947-1957),banana handling (1950s) including a few photos of loading bananas to barges for ship anchored off Champerico (1928),buildings (1928-1950s),drainage (1947), floods ( 1949-1950), harbors (1930 and1950), irrigation (1938-1955),development land clearing (1928),and disease (1955).

: Subjects depicted includegeneral buildings and miscellaneous pictures of the Riversdale Nut PlantHospital in Quirigua (1922-1927),Barrios Airport (1932 and 1947),Bananera Airport (1938), water taxi built N.O. (1947),dipping bananas,broken parts machine shop,bachelor quarters and M&S (1921),employees and school children (1922) and housing.

: Subjects depicted includegeneral buildings and miscellaneous pictures of the Riversdale Nut PlantHospital in Quirigua (1922-1927),Barrios Airport (1932 and 1947),Bananera Airport (1938), water taxi built N.O. (1947),dipping bananas,broken parts machine shop,bachelor quarters and M&S (1921),employees and school children (1922) and housing.

: Subjects depicted include miscellaneous, floods (1954), banana operations (1948-1949),collapse of Barrios TRT Tower (January 21, 1948),railroads (1937),IRCA (1928), ruins, and wharves.

: Subjects depicted include miscellaneous, floods (1954), banana operations (1948-1949),collapse of Barrios TRT Tower (January 21, 1948),railroads (1937),IRCA (1928), ruins, and wharves.

: Subjects depicted includeAntigua, Atitlan,Guatemala City, Quirigua, ruins, hotels and churche
s,and volcano and lake scenes.

: Subjects depicted include Bananera,Barrios,Lake Atitlan,Huehuetenango,Antigua,Guatemala City;Tiquisate, and abaca planting.

: All photographs in this album have been digitized and are available through Harvard Librarys Hollis Images.

: Research miscellaneous,research activities at La Lima (1956)dedication event at Vining C. Dunlop Laboratory for Tropical Research (1953),tropical plants experimentation, Lancetilla, Honduras (1946), Chinese bananas (1924),coconuts, Utila, serpents and serpentarium (1920s), cattle operations (1920s).

: Subjects depicted includebuildings,construction of new hospital, La Lima (1949)Herman Wimmers trip (1946), companion photos of 1920sTela Hospital (1923), schools (1921),labor camps (1924), and Tela & Tela R.R. Co. (1921).

: All photographs in this album have been digitized and are available through Harvard Librarys Hollis Images.

: Subjects depicted includebuildings,construction of new hospital, La Lima (1949)Herman Wimmers trip (1946), companion photos of 1920sTela Hospital (1923), schools (1921),labor camps (1924), and Tela & Tela R.R. Co. (1921).

: All photographs in this album have been digitized and are available through Harvard Librarys Hollis Images.

: Subjects depicted includeAbaca (1946-1956),agricultural tools and machinery (1924), drainage (1922-1956),irrigation (1925-1954), and spray.

: Subjects depicted include banana cultivation and planting (1922-1928 and 1946), banana handling (1928-1929 and 1946-1949), blowdowns (1925-1926), disease, and bananas (1955-1956).

: All photographs in this album have been digitized and are available through Harvard Librarys Hollis Images.

: Subjects depicted includefloods (1952-1956), USAF, USN, and USA rescue operations, flood reclamation and flood protection (1925 and 1955).

: Box 13 has been divided into three boxes. The first two boxes, box 13A (pages 002-053) and 13B (pages 054-093) contain photographs and the remaining box 13C contains the empty bindings and empty pages.

: Subjects depicted includefloods (1952-1956), USAF, USN, and USA rescue operations, flood reclamation and flood protection (1925 and 1955).

: This box contains the empty binding and empty pages 001-053 as a result of preservation measures.

: Subjects depicted include irrigation, drainage, bridges, drag lines, and pumping (1923-1930).

: Subjects depicted include floods (1924, 1925, 1927,1929, and 1931) andwater supply (1922-1923).

: Subjects depicted includehousing and buildings and La LimaTela, and Tela Beach schools.

: This box contains the empty binding and plastic sleeves as a result of preservation measures.

: Subjects depicted include buildings and views, churches, Yojoa club house,plants at Lancetilla and Guaymas, Hondurasabaca plantings and operations, and processing to bales (1947).

: Subjects depicted include banana plantings – growth, irrigation, spraying, harvesting, transporting, dipping, citronella grass plantings – harvesting, transporting and processing, extractingAfrican oil palm, San AlejoHonduras, growing, harvesting, and processing.

Golfito (Costa Rica) 108 photographs

: Subjects depicted includeharbor and piers,fuel, oil storage tanks,water tanks,agricultural tools, and machineryOperations (1940s).

Golfito (Costa Rica) 231 photographs

: Subjects depicted includeharbor and piers,fuel, oil storage tanks,water tanks,agricultural tools, and machineryOperations (1940s).

Golfito (Costa Rica) 115 photographs

: Subjects depicted include construction (1940), buildings, farm center,mills,power plant (1950),townsite (1946),hospital (), andchurches (1948).

Golfito (Costa Rica) 82 photographs

: Subjects depicted include construction (1940), buildings, farm center,mills,power plant (1950),townsite (1946),hospital (), andchurches (1948).

: Subjects depicted include construction (1940), buildings, farm center,mills,power plant (1950),townsite (1946),hospital (), andchurches (1948).

Golfito (Costa Rica) 168 photographs

: Subjects depicted include rolling stock (1940-1946), machinery (1940,1949, and 1955)aerial tram (1952 and 1957), andfruit handling (1952-1953).

Golfito (Costa Rica) 114 photographs

: Subjects depicted include rolling stock (1940-1946), machinery (1940,1949, and 1955)aerial tram (1952 and 1957), andfruit handling (1952-1953).

Parrita (Costa Rica) 75 photographs

: Subjects depicted include railroad equipment (1938), buildings (1938 and 1940-1941),Quepos, Townsite (1940),bridges (1939), pumping plants (1940), Punta Arenas (1934 and 1936).

Quepos (Costa Rica) 343 photographs

: Subjects depicted include airplanes (1946), bananas (1941), earthquake (1942),flood (1950), property, railroad, rolling stock (1940, 1948, and 1956), rubber nursery (1942), tools and machinery, wharf (1953-1954), construction (1939-1940), pier (1940s), and breakwater (1940-1942).

: Subjects depicted include limon, cacao (1924-1919, 1927, and 1955), and pineapple (1919-1921, 1924-1925, 1939).

: Subjects depicted include Golfito, buildings and townsite,dairy and machine shops,schools, and clubs.

: Subjects depicted include buildings except power plants, Almirante (1924, 1929, and 1952), hospital (1920 and 1924), housing (1916, 1920-1922), office building (1914, 1916, and 1919), and field office (1914).

: Subjects depicted include floods and flood protection, floods, Almirante (1922, 1923, 1927, 1951).

Nicaragua, Venezuela, Salvador 71 photographs

: Subjects depicted include Cuyamel Fruit Co. of Barges, CukraVenezuela (1921)Brazil (1937), Salvador (1928), Nicaragua (1891).

: Includes five photograph albums depicting United Fruit Company operations in Columbia, Ecuador, Argentina, and Brazil. Three of the five albums illustrate properties and operations in Colombia. One album (box 34) also includes illustrations of sisal operations in Haiti. See also box 29 of Series I for additional photographs of Venezuela and Brazil; box 54 of Series III for additional photographs of Colombia; and albums in Series VI-IX.

: Subjects depicted include buildings (Octo., 1928-1953), mills (1933-1954), radio (1925-1930), fire at Seville Club (March 10, 1955), housing (), hospital at Sevilla (1929), commissary at Santa Marta (1929), U. F. commissary at Sevilla & Orihueca sacked and burned in revolution of Dec. 1928, company offices, etc. burned. Photos of some buildings before and after.

: All photographs in this album have been digitized and are available through Harvard Librarys Hollis Images.

: Subjects depicted include buildings (Octo., 1928-1953), mills (1933-1954), radio (1925-1930), fire at Seville Club (March 10, 1955), housing (), hospital at Sevilla (1929), commissary at Santa Marta (1929), U. F. commissary at Sevilla & Orihueca sacked and burned in revolution of Dec. 1928, company offices, etc. burned. Photos of some buildings before and after.

: All photographs in this album have been digitized and are available through Harvard Librarys Hollis Images.

: Subjects depicted include agricultural tools and machinery (1925-1936), aerial views of Bogata (1920s?), bananas (1930), banana handling (1924), blowdowns (1922), cultivations (1929), disease (1955), plantings (1922-1936), property (1920s and 1953), people, cattle, mules, pastures, horses, crops (1925-1930).

: Subjects depicted include machinery and machine shop (1956), erection of water tanks (1925), new banana wharf construction (1955-1957), Old South Wharf, Santa Marta (1950), railroad and bridges, andsolling stock.

: This box contains the empty binding and plastic sleeves as a result of preservation measures.

: Subjects depicted include inspection photos (1934) andoperations (1950s).

: Subjects depicted include inspection photos (1934) andoperations (1950s).

: This box contains the empty binding as a result of preservation measures.

Argentina, Brazil, Haiti 65 photographs

: Subjects depicted include
bananas (1930s), banana importation into Argentina, banana production at Santos, Brazil (1932) and Sisal operation, Haiti (1942).

: This box contains the empty binding as a result of preservation measures.

: Includes twenty photograph albums depicting United Fruit Company operations in the Dominican Republic, Grenada, Cuba, and Jamaica. Photograph album concerning Cuban forestry and timber resources (box 50) was a later addition to the collection. One album (box 54) includes Costa Rica, Panama, Honduras, and Colombia, as well as Cuba. See also box 34 of Series II for illustrations of sisal operations in Haiti and albums in Series VI-IX.

: Subjects depicted include clearing land, digging banana seed,irrigation,La Cruz, and Isabel Farms.

: Subjects depicted include spraying, La Cruz farm, banana operations – loading fruit to MV Christiana at Puerto Libertador, railroad yard, and construction.

: Subjects depicted include offices, housing, temp. clinic, labor housing, town sites, labs, plant propagation sheds, and division staff photos.

Grenada, Dominican Republic (1942-1949) 285 photographs

: Subjects depicted include development, tools and machinery, property, water supply, harbors, breakwaters, and wharves.

Grenada, Dominican Republic (1944-1962) 154 photographs

: Subjects depicted include disease (1948), drainage,flood, fallowing, flood protection, floods,fuel, oil,highways and roads, irrigation, mills, railroads, and rolling stock at Susua, Puerto Plata (1942).

Grenada, Dominican Republic (1944-1962) 166 photographs

: Subjects depicted include disease (1948), drainage,flood, fallowing, flood protection, floods,fuel, oil,highways and roads, irrigation, mills, railroads, and rolling stock at Susua, Puerto Plata (1942).

Grenada, Dominican Republic 127 photographs

: Subjects depicted include aerial (1948 and 1949),agricultural tools and machinery (1947-1948), bananas,banana handling (1946-1947, 1950, 1955, 1957, and 1961),banana mech. units (1946-1947), buildings (1944-1952), blowdowns (1944), cultivations, and plantings (1946 and1956).

Grenada, Dominican Republic 97 photographs

: Subjects depicted include aerial (1948 and 1949),agricultural tools and machinery (1947-1948), bananas,banana handling (1946-1947, 1950, 1955, 1957, and 1961),banana mech. units (1946-1947), buildings (1944-1952), blowdowns (1944), cultivations, and plantings (1946 and1956).

: This box contains the empty binding and plastic sleeves as a result of preservation measures.

: Subjects depicted include cane research.

: . Subjects depicted include railroad bridges and culverts,houses, and other buildings.

: . Subjects depicted include railroad bridges and culverts,houses, and other buildings. Also included are the binding fragments.

: Subjects depicted include operations (1919-1928),alcohol plant,lime plant,rdio towers,tanks, and railroads.

: Subjects depicted include coastal and port views (1920s and 1930s), mahogany seedlings (1926), Harvard botanical gardens,papaya (1929), almond trees (1929), mango (1925), cattle operations (1927-1928), and mules and sheep (1928).

: Subjects depicted include coastal and port views (1920s and 1930s), mahogany seedlings (1926), Harvard botanical gardens,papaya (1929), almond trees (1929), mango (1925), cattle operations (1927-1928), and mules and sheep (1928).

: This box contains the empty binding as a result of preservation measures.

: Subjects depicted include mills, cntral Preston (1920s), and Bagasse (1924-1927).

Havana Terminal (Cuba) 228 photographs

: Subjects depicted include construction of wharf in Havana by Frederich Snare Corp. (1922-1928) and new pier (1928-1929).

: Subjects depicted include sugar cane operations, growing fields, railroads, buildings, and installations.

: Subjects depicted include mill and mill operations, Prestonwarehouse, Prestonloading wharf, and Preston.

: Subjects depicted include buildings, schools, churches, housing clubs, etc., and Banes and Prestoncattle and dairy operations.

: Tropical Plant Research Foundation. Photos to accompany third report on Cuban Forestry to United Fruit Company and the Cuba Company and report on Timber Resources on Lands of the Compania Cuba. Sept. 1926. Cedar, cypress, eucalyptus culture.

: Subjects depicted include buildings, Myrtle Bank Hotel (1920-1929), coconuts (1919 and 1926),copra (1919), bananas (1923-1924), Port Antonio (1924), and cane (1924).

: Subjects depicted include native wharves,Port Antoniolivestock (1927), irrigation (1924),Hotel Litchfield, cane carts (1956-1958), bananas (1940-1956), Bernard Lodge (1934), Bowden (1924), Bound Brook (1926), and Port Antonio (1891-1903).

: Subjects depicted include agencies,miscellaneousbuildings (1961), power plant,Bernard Lodge (1950, 1955, and 1957-1960), rolling stock (1955-1958), bound brook wharf (1956).

Miscellaneous Photos 75 photographs

: Subjects depicted include Costa Rica,Panama,Cuba,Honduras, andColombia.

: All photographs in this album have been digitized and are available through Harvard Librarys Hollis Images.

Series IV. British Cameroons and Elders & Fyffes

: Includes one photograph album of the British Cameroons, 1949-1951, and one photograph album labeled Elders & Fyffes. The Elders & Fyffes album, ca. 1920, includes illustrations of Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Vienna, Austria; Paris, France; and the Canary Islands.

British Cameroons, 1949-1951 55 photographs

: This box contains the empty binding as a result of preservation measures.

: Subjects depicted include views in Rotterdam (1920s),Vienna (1913), Canary Islands, and Paris.

: Includes three photograph albums of operations at the Interchange Terminal in Weehawken, New Jersey, 1950-1952, one album depicting the Revere Sugar Refinery, and three folders of photographs of Hawaiian canneries.

1 Interchange Terminal, Weehawken, N.J., May 1950 Dec. 1950 70 photographs

: Includes four photograph albums depicting the growing and processing of abaca; two photograph albums depicting banana operations; one photograph album depicting both banana and cacao operations; and one photograph album illustrating palm oil plantings and production. Albums illustrate these various operations at numerous United Fruit Company locations. Activities depicted include land clearing, planting, harvesting, processing, spraying, and dipping.

: Subjects depicted include Good Hope, Costa Rica (1944-1957),Monte Verde, Costa Rica (1942-1945),Guatemala East (1945-1949).

: This box contains the empty binding as a result of preservation measures.

: Subjects depicted include Panama (1930-1948), abaca growing, and processing

: Subjects depicted include Panama (1930-1948), abaca growing, and processing

: This box contains the empty binding as a result of preservation measures.

: Subjects depicted include Tela Fire of 1952 at Guaymas Abaca plant, and general Abaca photos (1946).

: This box contains the empty binding as a result of preservation measures.

: Subjects depicted include operations in Honduras (1947)

: Subjects depicted includeclearing land, Guatemalabanana planting, Honduras and Guatemala, growing plants,harvesting and transportingbananas, Hondurasbanana production, and Guatemala.

: Subjects depicted include spraying, Guatemala and Honduras, dipping, Honduras and Guatemaladrainage canals, and Honduras and Guatemala.

Banana & Cacao Operations 183 photographs

: . Subjects depicted includePalmar (1950-1951), Tiquisate, and Golfito.

: Subjects depicted includeTela, San Alejo (1950-1960), palm oil plantings (1946), Quepos (1954-1951), andNicaragua (1951).

Series VII. Spraying and Irrigation

: Includes two photograph albums on spraying and one photograph album on overhead irrigation. Albums illustrate these operations at numerous United Fruit Company locations.

: Subjects depicted include spraying, copper sulphate and lime (1949)
,Colombia (1949),Dominican Republic (1947), Jamaica (1940), Almirante (1950-1957),Armuelles (1940 and1953), andHonduras (1940s and 1950s).

: Subjects depicted include spraying, copper sulphate and lime (1949),Colombia (1949),Dominican Republic (1947), Jamaica (1940), Almirante (1950-1957),Armuelles (1940 and1953), andHonduras (1940s and 1950s).

: This box contains the empty binding as a result of preservation measures.

: Subjects depicted include Sigatoka spray,Guatemala East (1938-1939),Guatemala West (1939-1954), Jamaica oil spray by helicopter (1957),Quepos, fire damage at spray house (1948) andGolfito (1941-1953).

Overhead Irrigation 329 photographs

: Subjects depicted include Florida citrus (1946),Dominican Republic (1946-1950),Guatemala West (1938-1952), andChiriqui (1939-1948).

: Album divided into two parts, continued in box 74

: Golfito (1941-1951),Quepos (1939-1946),Tiquisate, Guatemala West (1939), andTela (1935-1946).

: Includes one photograph album illustrating railroads, bridges, culverts, and roads and two photograph albums depicting buildings and grounds, including hospitals, housing, and labor camps. Photographs are from numerous United Fruit Company locations.

Railroad Bridges Culverts Roads 167 photographs

: Subjects depicted include revetments, GolfitoPalmar Dist. (1950),Pozo (1942),Piedras Blancos (1942), andrailroad construction (1939-1940).

Railroad Bridges Culverts Roads

: This box contains the empty binding and empty pages 001-084 as a result of preservation measures.

Railroad Bridges Culverts Roads (Empty binding)

: Subjects depicted includeGolfito,Tela,Yozoa,Honduras,Quirigua Hospital,Guatemala.

: Subjects depicted includehousing, Tiquisatehousing, Bananerahousing, LaLimahousing, Lancetillalabor camps – Guatemala, Costa Rica, Honduras.

Series IX. Recreation & Miscellaneous

: Includes one album depicting recreation, welfare and school activities and facilities in a variety of locations. Two photograph albums labeled Miscellaneous 1 and Miscellaneous 2 include photographs from several United Fruit Company operations.

Recreation, (Welfare, Schools) 83 photographs

: Subjects depicted include Santa Marta (1924-1926),Sevilla (1926),Banes (1924),Costa Rica school for local children, church (1924),Truxillo (1927) schools for girls & boys, local recreation (1922-1926),Bocas, Almirante baseball (1916),U.F. Co. school and local students, San San R.P.Guatemala schools (1927),Preston, baseball, tennis, etc. (1927), andTela schools and recreation (1924-1925).

: All photographs in this album have been digitized and are available through Harvard Librarys Hollis Images.

Recreation, (Welfare, Schools) 86 photographs

: Subjects depicted include Santa Marta (1924-1926),Sevilla (1926),Banes (1924),Costa Rica school for local children, church (1924),Truxillo (1927) schools for girls & boys, local recreation (1922-1926),Bocas, Almirante baseball (1916),U.F. Co. school and local students, San San R.P.Guatemala schools (1927),Preston, baseball, tennis, etc. (1927), andTela schools and recreation (1924-1925).

: All photographs in this album have been digitized and are available through Harvard Librarys Hollis Images.

: Subjects depicted include lumber operations, Honduras,Tela BeachR.R., HondurasLancetilla crops, and Tiquisate bridges.

: Subjects depicted include banana carts, Hondurasspraying, and Honduras.