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View Resource Deena Stryker Photographs, 1963-1964 and undated

Deena Stryker has spent her entire life travelling the globe documenting the people and cultures of Cuba, France, Italy, and Holland. In the early 1960s she took two trips to Cuba that resulted in one of her major photographic endeavors. On the second trip she took in late 1963 to early 1964, she spent a substantial amount of time interviewing and photographing Fidel and Raul Castro, along with...
View Resource The Atkins Family in Cuba: A Photograph Exhibit

In the late 19th century, noted Boston merchant Edwin F. Atkins was a dominant player in the U.S.-Cuba sugar market. His firm helped established sugarcane plantations along the southern coast of Cuba near the cities of Cienfuegos and Trinidad. For over 60 years the Atkins family continued to operate their sugar business on the island, even as Cuba won its independence from Spain and went through a...