Negotiating Paradise: U.S. Tourism and Empire in Twentieth-Century Latin America

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Archivo General de Puerto Rico, San Juan, Puerto Rico
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Center for Puerto Rican Studies, Hunter College, New York, New York
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Herbert Matthews Papers
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Conrad N. Hilton College Library and Archives, University of Houston, Houston, Texas
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Cuban Heritage Collection, Otto Richter Library, University of Miami, Coral Gables, FloridaDeGolyer Library, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Boston, Massachusetts
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Luis Muñoz Marín Library, Trujillo Alto, Puerto Rico
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