Disappearing River at San Antonio de los Baños, Artemisa

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Material Information

Title:
Disappearing River at San Antonio de los Baños, Artemisa
Series Title:
Series III: Cities and Towns, n.d., 1900s-1990 (bulk dates 1900s-1920s).
Uniform Title:
Manuel R. Bustamante Photograph Collection.
Physical Description:
1 b&w photograph
Language:
English
Donor:
Bustamante, Manuel R. ( donor )
Creation Date:
2006-12-05
Physical Location:
Box: No. 3
Folder: San Antonio de los Baños.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Rivers -- Cuba
Stone walls
Caves -- Cuba
San Antonio de los Baños (Cuba)
Cuba
Genre:
Photographs
Spatial Coverage:
Artemisa (Cuba)

Notes

General Note:
Written on verso: "A Disappearing River at San Antonio de los Baños . . . Once made the old town famous as a bathing resort takes a plunge into a black cavern and disappears from sight. It is needless to say that the bathing was done at a respectful distance from this dark abyss. To keep the unwary traveller from stepping off the brink, a neat stone wall has been erected. San Antonio is one of the most interesting of the old inland towns and the tourist will do well to make it a visit if only to see this freak of nature. Some sixty miles South a small stream makes its appearance from a rocky hillside said to be at least a part of this river but this has not been proven."
General Note:
1900-1920
General Note:
CHC5017

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Miami Libraries
Holding Location:
University of Miami Libraries. Cuban Heritage Collection.
Rights Management:
http://merrick.library.miami.edu/digitalprojects/copyright.html
Resource Identifier:
digital_id - chc50170005160001001
um contentdm number - 1611
System ID:
CA90002348:00001