Panama Canal postcard showing the construction site

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Title

Panama Canal postcard showing the construction site

Subject

-Panama Canal (Panama)--Foreign relations.
-Panama Canal (Panama)--History--Pictorial works.

Description

A postcard of the 'monster' cranes in the Panama Canal Zone showing the construction of the Panama Canal.

Creator

Maduro, I. L. Jr.

Source

J.E. Shaw Papers on Panama Canal Builders

Publisher

I. L. Maduro, Jr., Panama. P./O. Box 281.

Date

circa 1904-1914

Contributor

[unidentified], Emma & Ed

Rights

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Relation

For more information on the building of the Panama Canal, see "The Big Ditch: How America Took, Built, Ran, and Ultimately Gave Away the Panama Canal" by Noel Maurer and Carlos Yu from the Princeton University Press.

Format

Photograph

Language

English

Type

[no text]

Identifier

J.E. Shaw Papers on Panama Canal Builders, 1907-1945, Box 1, Folder 7

Coverage

[no text]

Still Image Item Type Metadata

Original Format

Postcard/photograph

Physical Dimensions

[no text]

Files

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Comments

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Date Added
November 14, 2016
Item Type
Still Image
Citation
Maduro, I. L. Jr., “Panama Canal postcard showing the construction site
,” Latin America in the 19th Century, accessed September 25, 2017, http://latinamericanviews.omeka.net/items/show/17.