Rodríguez A., Arquímides, Muñiz G., Marcos, and Comité Pro-Industrialización y Progreso de Santiago de Cuba. Santiago de Cuba. [Santiago de Cuba?]: n.p., n.d. (ca. 1950s).
Oblong 4to, (116) pp.; chiefly illustrations, in orig. stapled wrappers with pen inscription from Carmela Susana to Raimundo Pellicer on f.f.e.p., stamped with Pellicer’s name recto on most leaves, wrappers worn, creased, and separating from staples at front hinge.
An attractive promotional photo book produced by the Comité Pro-Industrialización y Progreso de Santiago de Cuba. Offering a graphic presentation of the urban, commercial and industrial modernization of the city, it has sections on social services; education; leisure activities; the port; retail; commercial offices; restaurants; electricity; manufacturing; mining; and agriculture.
The book provides a comprehensive visual record of the city just before the Cuban Revolution and includes an index with addresses and telephone numbers for professional, commercial and industrial offices. Rare, OCLC finds only one copy worldwide.