Cuba Company archives
The Cuba Company was a business firm active in pre-Castro Cuba in railroad construction and operation, as well as in the ownership and operation of sugar and tobacco plantations. Documentation of the company's operations includes the president's correspondence; financial records; land records; blueprints; maps, plats, and land lots; and photographs. Significant topics addressed in the collection are the Negro protest of 1912; labor problems, strikes, and labor importation; manipulation of sugar prices; U.S. sugar tariffs; the revolution of 1917; the company's relationship with the Cuban government; plantation and railroad operations; and sugar and molasses production.
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Cuba Company archives, Special Collections, University of Maryland Libraries.Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/1903.1/1233
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