Puerto Rico Remembered

Puerto Rico Remembered Puerto Rico Remembered features color photographs many never before published that show the Puerto Rico of the past before the cruise ships began to dock in its ports and the tourists began to f

  • Title: Puerto Rico Remembered
  • Author: Fernando Picó
  • ISBN: 9781607102281
  • Page: 330
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Puerto Rico Remembered features 175 color photographs, many never before published, that show the Puerto Rico of the past before the cruise ships began to dock in its ports and the tourists began to flock to its resorts From young men selling fruit from curbside stalls to families shopping on busy streets to other scenes set against a backdrop of palm trees and bright sunPuerto Rico Remembered features 175 color photographs, many never before published, that show the Puerto Rico of the past before the cruise ships began to dock in its ports and the tourists began to flock to its resorts From young men selling fruit from curbside stalls to families shopping on busy streets to other scenes set against a backdrop of palm trees and bright sunshine, the photos in Puerto Rico Remembered are snapshots of the everyday that bring readers back to a simpler time.Blending memories with historical facts, Puerto Rico Remembered highlights the sights and sounds of the city that have been swept away by wrecking balls, modernization, and time but will never be forgotten.

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      Published :2018-05-24T08:48:29+00:00

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    1. My review from : This is a spectacularly beautiful collection of wonderful color photographs from the 1940s-50s in Puerto Rico. As noted in the text, this was the period when Kodachrome and other color slide films were coming into popular use, and when missionaries and others seeking public service went to the island in significant numbers, often with their families and cameras and film. Although the photographs were taken by visitors to the island, these are not merely tourist images. The natur [...]

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