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Autographs: MAJOR GENERAL ABREU - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 05/02/1900

The Major General requests status of civil and military elements, dated 1900!
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Autographs: FRANCISCO VICENTE AGUILERA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Cuban Revolutionary pens an affable letter to a friend regarding the organization of an army of hundreds of men with the appropiate armament
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Autographs: FRANCISCO VICENTE AGUILERA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Cuban Revolutionary pens a letter to a friend regarding the departure of a Spanish general from the island and the victories the revolutionaries are accomplishing.
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Autographs: FRANCISCO VICENTE AGUILERA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Cuban Revolutionary pens a kind letter to a friend informing him about his plans for going to New York, the realization of a project and the neccesary immediate action of one of the revolutionaries Generals.
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Autographs: FRANCISCO VICENTE AGUILERA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Cuban revolutionary pens a respectful letter to another revolutionary asking him to look after the wife of one of the bravest Generals who is in deep misery!
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Autographs: FRANCISCO VICENTE AGUILERA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Cuban Revolutionary pens a letter regarding his experience living in a megapolis and his struggling with the English language.
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Autographs: FRANCISCO VICENTE AGUILERA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 03/20/1865

The Cuban Revolutionary pens a letter to a friend to inform him about his health condition, plans for meeting with him and to reassure his willingness to solve problems peacefully.
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Autographs: GENERAL JOSE MANUEL CAPOTE SOSA - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 04/24/1896

The Cuban liberal military writes a letter to Brigadier Cornelio Rojas to reprimand him for the disorganization of his forces because even the President of the Republic himself had complained about it
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Autographs: GENERAL JOSE MANUEL CAPOTE SOSA - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 04/28/1896

The Cuban liberal military writes a letter to Brigadier Cornelio Rojas to give him instructions for the war
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Autographs: GENERAL FRANCISCO CARRILLO MORALES - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Cuban liberal General and later Vice President writes a letter to another General referring to his trip to Cienfuegos, the knowing of his secret identity, war issues as well as of war newspapers and correspondence.
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Autographs: GENERAL FRANCISCO CARRILLO MORALES - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 02/21/1898

The Cuban General and later Vice President writes an important letter to his friend Agent Luis referring to some newspapers, the Spanish proclaim, war supplies, the corruption and iniquities of the Cuban justice and confirming him his loyalty and friendship
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Autographs: GENERAL FRANCISCO CARRILLO MORALES - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/01/1898

The Cuban General and later Vice President writes a letter to his friend General Agent Luis informing him about his efforts to find Teodoro Gulmell, the important achievements of their liberal movement, the war press, the desire to make Spanish troops miserable and the great expectations of their army.
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Autographs: GENERAL FERNANDO CORTINA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 10/15/1895

The General who fought for the independence of Cuba writes a relevant letter to Carlos Roloff to congratulate him for his designation as Minister of War and referring to the good path of their cause and to different war issues. He also clarifies the innocence of Mr. Agapito Suri, who had been accused of murder
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Autographs: RAFAEL DE CASTRO - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Cuban patriotic writes an interesting letter to his friend Jose Maria Rodriguez referring to the war for the independence of the nation and assuring him that his retirement will not only do not affect their movement but instead help it
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Autographs: PRESIDENT CARLOS MANUEL PERFECTO DEL CARMEN DE CESPEDES Y LOPEZ DEL CASTILLO (CUBA) - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Father of the Nation and First President of the Republic of Cuba in Arms writes a significant letter to Mayor General Francisco y Cisneros referring to the corruption of Holguin, the imprisonment of the Assembly of New York, the achievements of their movement, the law of the military organization and the trust the government had put in him.
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Autographs: COLONEL JUAN DE LEON - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 09/21/1897

The Colonel who fought for the independence of Cuba writes an interesting letter to the Delegate of the Treasure Emilio Latulades telling him he couldn't grand his request due to the unfavorable events that the revolution was experimenting but at the same time offers him support for the cause
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Autographs: COLONEL CORNELIO M. DE ROJAS - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The controversial Colonel who fought for the independence of Cuba and whose execution was ordered without any trial by the popular Government Official Ernesto "Che" Guevara, writes a letter to General Fernando Gomez congratulating him for his service and that people from inside and outside La Habana expects news from him
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Autographs: COLONEL CORNELIO M. DE ROJAS - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 11/30/1897

The Colonel who fought for the independence of Cuba and whose execution was ordered without any trial by the popular Government Official Ernesto "Che" Guevara, writes a letter to Commandant Antonio Martinez to inform him that he had promoted him for Lieutenant Colonel of the Liberation Army and about his new title and the militaries he had ordered to join his forces.
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Autographs: COLONEL CARLOS DUBOY - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 10/12/1899

The Colonel who fought for the independence of Cuba informs Lieutenant Colonel F. Lamas that the Council has confer him a secret an important mission and that the Secretary would give him more details about it
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Autographs: PRESIDENT TOMAS ESTRADA PALMA (CUBA) - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Cuban Delegate responds the letter of a concerned friend, assuring him that he has a very good relation with General Francisco Carrillo and instructing him to share that with the compatriots
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Autographs: PRESIDENT TOMAS ESTRADA PALMA (CUBA) - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 06/28/1906

The Cuban mandatary writes a letter to the President of the Cuban House of Representatives to inform him that he had selected General Juan Rius Rivera as Secretary of Government and Dr. Juan Francisco O' Farrill as Secretary of State and Justice
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Autographs: NICASIO ESTRADA Y MORA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 11/02/1898

The Senator pens a letter to a friend referring to a "Discussion", a mortgage loan and a trial for the eviction of a house asking him for help to try to avoid it
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Autographs: MAJOR GENERAL CALIXTO GARCIA IÑIGUEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 01/13/1896

The Cuban General writes a letter to a friend showing bitterness for the news in the letter received by him and telling him that he had to desist from a plan regarding armament and notifies him of the weakening of the Spanish Forces
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Autographs: MAJOR GENERAL CALIXTO GARCIA IÑIGUEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 07/23/1878

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Autographs: PRESIDENT JOSE MIGUEL GOMEZ (CUBA) - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 07/24/1899

The Cuban President pens a letter to friend Modesto Morales to inform him that his recommended person will be welcome and talks about the pardon to the ones who opposed or did not help the Cuban Revolution citing some examples of the developing of the human character
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Autographs: SENATOR JUAN GUALBERTO GOMEZ FERRER - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 03/16/1922

The Cuban Senator and Afro-Cubans advocate writes a polite letter to businessman and activist Emilio Bacardi Moreau to inform him that due to a very important political responsibility in the senate regarding the constitution he could not accept his invitation to the patriotic act to be made in honor of the protector of the expeditionaries of the 'Virginius'
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Dominican General writes a letter to friend Parraga giving him his opinion and advice on some war related issues
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Major General writes a letter to Lieutenant Colonel Raul Arango to instruct him about the plans for recruiting more soldiers and expresses his trust on him.
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 01/17/1898

The military strategist, who fought for Cuban independence for over 40 years, sends a wartime letter to his daughters expressing how much he misses them, gives them some news and wishes them a happy New Year
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 02/13/1901

The renowned Latin military general Gomez writes Dr.
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 05/03/1891

The Dominican General writes a letter to Colonel Juan Bravo with instructions to keep up the prestige of the army
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 05/11/1897

The Dominican general writes a letter to Colonel Jose Gonzalez to inform him that he had selected Brigadier Vicente Pujado to solve the discords among the revolutionary soldiers
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 05/12/1897

The Major General writes a letter to Colonel Juan Bravo instructing him to select the senators for an important war assembly and requests him to offer all the necessary help to achieve the desired destiny of Cuba
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 05/18/1901

The Dominican General writes a letter of recommendation to Vicente Morel for his friend Miguel Genener
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 06/06/1870

The Major General pens a warm letter to friend Figueredo informing him about the health of some revolutionaries including himself, grants him with authorizations and requests and lets him know that he and his people wish to see him soon. The Secretary also writes favoring him with supplies.
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 06/11/1897

The Major General pens a letter to Colonel Jose Gonzalez referring to the enemies actions and informing that he will send him war provisions, such as bullets and money.
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 06/22/1886

The Major General orders Colonel M. Parraga to select a new Contingent Chief and gives him clear instructions for the process
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 07/02/1902

The General, who led Cuban forces in their fight for independence, promises to review recommendations for the military's rural guard
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 07/08/1903

Famed General of the Cuban Army sends letter to G. Gerardo Domenecho who is in poverty and wants repayment of his war services
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 08/25/1900

Máximo Gómez y Báez: AUGUST 25, 1900
ALS: "M. Gomez", 1p, 5x8. No place, 1900 August 25. To Miguel Gener.
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 10/28


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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 7/1893

MAXIMO GOMEZ
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED

The Dominican General pens a letter to friend Parraga referring to some war affairs, revolutionary newspapers and his imprisonment
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED

The Dominican General writes friend Parraga mentioning correspondence issues, the outbreak of smallpox in Jamaica and also expressing him resentment
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Autographs: GENERAL MAXIMO GOMEZ Y BAEZ - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 01/03/1899

The Major General writes a letter to Mr. Pons y Naranjo giving thanks for the clothes and drugs sent to him
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Autographs: LT. GENERAL ANTONIO MACEO GRAJALES - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 8/1896

The Cuban general hurriedly writes this war-time letter discussing the delegating of bombs, signs his name in blue pencil only four months before his death
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Autographs: LT. GENERAL ANTONIO MACEO GRAJALES - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED

The Cuban General Antonio Maceo gives permission to Commander Diego Palacios to make effective some sponsorships.
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Autographs: LT. GENERAL ANTONIO MACEO GRAJALES - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED

The Cuban General Antonio Maceo informs Chief General of the 2nd Division about an authorization made to General Federico Perez regarding correspondence.
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Autographs: LT. GENERAL ANTONIO MACEO GRAJALES - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED

ANTONIO MACEO
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Autographs: LT. GENERAL ANTONIO MACEO GRAJALES - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 05/30/1878

The Cuban military leader discusses his emigration to the United States, which was imposed after the Ten Years War. Letter of historical interest
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Autographs: LT. GENERAL ANTONIO MACEO GRAJALES - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 06/17/1878

The Cuban military leader, renowned for his guerrilla fighting tactics, pens a letter to a friend to inform him about the necessity to meet with him.
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Autographs: LT. GENERAL ANTONIO MACEO GRAJALES - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 10/30/1895

The Cuban general names a colonel as "Chief of the Liguani brigade" and instructs him to use the letter as a credential.
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Autographs: COLONEL MIGUEL GRIBARREU - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 09/06/1898

The Colonel who fought for the independence of Cuba writes a kind message congratulating the recipient for his kindness and services to the soldiers who fought for the redemption of the nation
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Autographs: DR. EUSEBIO HERNANDEZ PEREZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Cuban patriot Dr. and Brigadier General Eusebio Hernandez writes a long and interesting letter to friend Ernesto Bavastro informing him about many important war affairs and his decision to stop fighting for the independence of Cuba until a good plan was made and the postures that other revolutionaries had taken
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Autographs: DR. EUSEBIO HERNANDEZ PEREZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 07/28/1884 CO-SIGNED BY: MARIA DE LOS ANGELES HERNANDEZ CRUZ

The Cuban patriot Dr. and Brigade General Eusebio Hernandez and Maria de los Angeles Hernandez write a warm letter to friend Ernesto Bavastro showing him their condolences for the death of his brother
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Autographs: DR. EUSEBIO HERNANDEZ PEREZ - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 09/24/1885

The Cuban patriot Dr. and Brigadier General Eusebio Hernandez writes a letter to friend Ernesto Bavastro asking him to have some provisions sent to him from Panama and encouraging him to continue fighting the enemy
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Autographs: GENERAL FRANCISCO LEYTE VIDAL - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 04/10/1897

The Cuban General writes a letter to Colonel Carlos Gonzalez referring to an important frustrated interview and to an enemy attack in Sabana, Cuba
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Autographs: COLONEL JUAN MANUEL MACIAS - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Colonel who fought for the independence of Cuba writes a very important letter to a friend expressing him his happiness for the good path of their movement and telling him not to believe in the contradictory news that the Spanish troops were publishing. He also writes that the only reward wanted by them, the insurrects, was to have a modest page in the history of the good men of Cuba!
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Autographs: JOSE J. MARTI Y PEREZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 02/13/1892

One day before he announced the creation of the Cuban Revolutionary Party, Martí signed this historic, Spanish-language autograph letter arranging tuition payments for the daughters of a friend and ideological rival, Miguel Figueroa.
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Autographs: JOAQUIN DE MIRANDA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 06/25/1874

The Cuban Consul writes an important letter to Ernesto Bavastro to inform him about his election as a member of the Cuban Committee of Beneficence due to the departure of Fuentes from Jamaica.
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Autographs: CAPTAIN NEMO - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 10/04/1898

Wartime letter sent between two friends discussing their joy that the war will soon be over and that Cuba will finally obtain its' independence
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Autographs: BRIGADIER GENERAL PERICO A. PEREZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 06/28/1898

The Brigadier General Perico A Perez writes a relevant letter to Lieutenant Colonel Francisco Perez to inform him about some important war details
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Autographs: BRIGADIER GENERAL PERICO A. PEREZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 09/14/1896

The Brigadier General Perico A Perez writes an urgent letter to friend Lafarlade to communicate him the gradual recovery of his health and requesting him to give information about an agreement made and referring to the tons of armament expected for the revolution
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Autographs: BRIGADIER GENERAL PERICO A. PEREZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 11/30/1898

The Brigadier General Perico A Perez writes an interesting letter to business man and activist Emilio Bacardi asking him to take good care of Commander Candelario Melles and referring to the destiny of the remains of General Jiler
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Autographs: FRANCISCO M. PIERRA - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 07/03/1885

The editor replies to the Cuban patriot and musician Ernesto Bavastro, who fought for the independence of Cuba next to Jose Marti, apologizing for the delay in the response and telling him that he cannot obey his requirement of collecting funds for the revolution and admitting he hadn't the same patience and resignation of his other compatriots, adding that he collaborated to the cause in a different way.
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Autographs: JOSE DOLORES POYO Y ESTENOZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 06/13/1896

The writer and activist writes an interesting letter to friend Francisco Yberm informing him that he had received his letter and check and referring to his newspaper "El Yara"
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Autographs: MAJOR GENERAL JOSE MODESTO RODRIGUEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Cuban General writes a poetic observation about the end of the country's War for Independence, proclaiming "Glory crowns the success of the Cuban Army!"
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Autographs: MAJOR GENERAL JOSE MODESTO RODRIGUEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 12/02/1898

The Cuban Major General writes a warm interesting letter to his friend Federico Bascuns announcing him that he is back and able to see him soon. Also, the Major General sends salutes and good wishes to friends in common.
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Autographs: MAJOR GENERAL JOSE MODESTO RODRIGUEZ - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 09/30/1898

The Cuban Major General Jose Modesto Rodriguez informs captain Jose F Lamas Y Garcia de Osuna that his application for the position for the Commander position has been submitted to the superior officials
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Autographs: MAJOR GENERAL JOSE MODESTO RODRIGUEZ - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 10/06/1898

The Cuban Major General writes a significant letter to the Representatives of the Western Department asking them to discuss with them some impressions in benefit of the nation and assuring them that the recognition of the Government Council by the American government would be very good for everyone.
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Autographs: BRIGADIER GENERAL PIO ROSADO LORIE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 05/15/1878

The Brigadier General writes an important warm letter to friend Dr. Jose Mayner regarding the vicissitudes the Cuban Liberation Army was facing off and the plans to reverse it. He also refers to the good attitude and help of Prado and announcing the possibility of leaving New York and go to South America
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Autographs: MAJOR GENERAL LIMBANO (THE HOLGUIN LION) SANCHEZ RODRIGUEZ - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 05/18/1885

The Cuban Major General writes a significant letter to his friend Bavastro informing him about his arrival in the coasts of Cuba and the loan he had to obtain from Captain Seruty due to the lack of resources asking him to please to reunite the money and pay it off
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Autographs: GENERAL SERAFIN GUALBERTO SANCHEZ VALDIVIA - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 10/10/1895

The Cuban Major General recommends Elias Sanchez Valdivia for the position of Tenant to Major General Carlos Roloff
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Autographs: MAJOR GENERAL JULIO SANGUILY GARRITE - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 10/11/1902

The Cuban-American Major General writes a warm letter to friend Miguel Gener expressing his sympathies for a tragedy occurred
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Autographs: COLONEL MANUEL SANGUILY GARRITE - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 03/1919

Manuscript Letter Signed: "Manuel Sanguily" in iron gall ink. 10¼x6½. Four pages. Fully Translated in English: "It's been more than ten months since the distinguished Teodoro Roosvelt [sic.Theodore Roosevelt] died, and his people still remember him so vividly, and right now in the United States a commission is being created to build two appropriate monuments in his memory and also to transmit and keep the principles the constant topics of his energetic production; and many years will pass by, great events will happen, the scary or benefic surprises that will occur for good or disaster of the civilization, and his memory will revive very intensely in the heart of his fatherland and the loss of a man like him, been  will be lamented, he was a man who seemed to had been made by the destiny with the metal in which gifts and greatness were melted, in order to prevent or stop the human storms; because also history produces and consecrates heroes of the word century by century. He was one of them, who regardless the many laurels he picked up in his life, he would give best services to the humanity during his stormy and longing existence. I know he has been accused of recently having showed, if not repentance, at least hesitation and doubts about us. I do not have in front of me his parting speech in which he confessed as a mistake having helped the Cubans in the conquest and independence; but from time to time I read his famous letter dated on September 14, 1906 to ill-fated Gonzalo de Quesada, which I consider a monument, and that should be, once dead, something similar for the Cubans just as the Washington's Farewell Address has always been for the Americans, from which I often remember the phrase that now is in books of manly Americans coting of noble seriousness and kind greatness and that declared: 'and the pride he felt because he was lucky to remove the American troops from Cuba so we could proclaim the independence of the island.' And the thing was that even forced by the Cubans themselves for a second shameful intervention, he once again restored the Republic of Cuba, unique case in the history of the relations and handling of the powerful nations respect the noble nations. And now that new calamities threaten the civilization and heavy dark clouds obscure the great principles that have been in use until now, I really lament his unexpected death, and only comforts me, thinking of the others, the hope that his country always will have big statutes of purity and generous idealism, so it would not have wasted its productive forces and will always offer new presidents like Roosevel [sic]to the small and big governments that respect the rights and liberty, presidents that will feel proud to cooperate in the creation of republics in the American Continent., helping the liberationists during the moments of hesitation and error, and dignifying with a high sense of justice to the ones who fight with ambition and energy." Manuel Antonio Sanguily Garrite (1848-1925) was a Cuban orator, author, statesman, and politician. Sanguily left law school to fight in Cuba's Ten Years' War (1868-1878) and had his first combat in La Guanaja. By the end of January 1869 he was named Secretary of Major General Manuel de Quesada and in March the Assembly of Representatives of the Center chose him to lead the commission that interviewed with the villarenos leaders in order to unify the direction of the revolution and determine the type of government that would be created in the Republic in Arms. On May 1869 he joined the cavalry of Camaguey and six months later he was ascended to Lieutenant Colonel. In 1874 Manuel was elected as Representative of the Chamber and remained there until the next year, when he resigned to join the forces of Mayor General Maximo Gomez in the invasion to Las Villas. That year he alternated between the positions of assistant of Gomez, Department Chief of the First Division of the Third Force and President of the Martial Court. He was a member of the commission led by Gomez and interviewed with Major General Vicente Garcia in June 25, 1875 in Loma de Sevilla, Camaguey, to discuss the requests of the people of Lagunas de Varona and as a consequence President Salvador Cisneros substituted him with Juan Bautista Spotorno. On March 4, 1876 he was ascended to Colonel and in January 16, 1877 Manuel Antonio was chosen to assist his brother Julio Sanguily Garrite in the commission to leave Cuba and organize armed expeditions to the island.  In New York he collaborated with his brother in the preparation of an expedition that had to leave that city in the vessel Stelle in September 1877, but a delay in the preparation of the steamboat and a denunciation made by the Ambassador of Spain in the United States made that the American authorities imprisoned all the insurrects. Normal mailing folds. Lightly toned and sailed. Otherwise, fine condition.
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Autographs: COLONEL MANUEL SANGUILY GARRITE - TYPED LETTER SIGNED 03/01/1911

The Colonel types an important and urgent letter to Mr. Modesto Morales Diaz referring to the attacking articles from the Habana press against the Mexican President and his minister in Cuba wrote by Mr. Marquez Sterling which he wants to be sent to him so he could send them to the Cuban ministry in Mexico
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Autographs: COLONEL FERMIN VALDES DOMINGUEZ Y QUINTANO - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 01/17/1909

The Colonel and Jose Marti's best friend rewrites in a very long and interesting letter to Nicolas Alberdi some pages of his diary talking about the anguished and sorrowed days as a soldier
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Autographs: MAYOR V. S. VALDES - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED

The Mayor, insurrect and journalist who fought for the well-being of Cuba writes an interesting letter to a friend alluding to the newspaper 'El Triunfo' and a law that had been passed in Mexico without significant protests and that most of the Cubans also wanted to implement in the island.
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Autographs: MAYOR V. S. VALDES - AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED 02/15/1909

The Mayor, insurrect and journalist who fought for the well-being of Cuba writes a rare letter to Mr. Enrique Bascuas alluding to the awful situation of some newspapers and his plans to solve it, Magoon, U.S. President Roosevelt, the role of women and the death of a friend.
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Autographs: GENERAL JOSE XIMENEZ DE SANDOVAL - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED

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Autographs: GENERAL JOSE XIMENEZ DE SANDOVAL - MANUSCRIPT LETTER SIGNED 01/08/1914

The Spanish General writes an important letter to Jose Nofill referring in a disappointing tone to a letter that was published by Nofill in the newspaper to affect Jose Ximenez: the General also expressed that he could not understand the eagerness of the newspapers about the anti-reform to the Museum of La Habana and mentioned a wooden cannon and the anti-guerrilla of San Quintin
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