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 Ernesto "Che" Guevara and Rene Vallejo. She also found time to document everyday life in Havana and rural Cuba, as she focused in on farms, development projects, and schools. This digital collection of her work created by Duke University Libraries contains over 1850 of her photographs. Visitors can browse through the offerings at their leisure, and they can display each page of photographs as a grid, a list, or as a 3D wall. For those who are looking for specific themes or persons, there is also a search engine provided.