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Braga Brothers Collection

 
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UFEAD00008/00001

Material Information

Title: Braga Brothers Collection
Physical Description: 375 linear feet (527 boxes, 507 volumes)

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords: Bagasse Products   ( lcnaf )
Celulosa Cubana   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Azucarera Elia   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Cubana Primadera   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Ganadera Becerra   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Industrial Primadera, S.A   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Industrial Sevilla   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Maritima Guayabal   ( lcnaf )
Cuba Sugar Finance and Export Corporation   ( lcnaf )
Cuba. Sugar Finance Committee   ( lcnaf )
Czarnikow-Rionda Company   ( lcnaf )
Ferrocarril de Tunas   ( lcnaf )
Francisco Sugar Company   ( lcnaf )
Manati Sugar Company   ( lcnaf )
Tuinucu Sugar Company   ( lcnaf )
Rionda y Polledo, Manuel, 1854-1943   ( lcnaf )
Alcohol industry -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Cellulose industry -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Diversification in industry -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Land reform -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Stock ownership -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar -- Manufacture and refining -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar factories -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar trade -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar trade -- United States   ( lcsh )
Bagasse Products   ( lcnaf )
Celulosa Cubana   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Azucarera Elia   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Cubana Primadera   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Ganadera Becerra   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Industrial Primadera, S.A   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Industrial Sevilla   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Maritima Guayabal   ( lcnaf )
Cuba Sugar Finance and Export Corporation   ( lcnaf )
Cuba. Sugar Finance Committee   ( lcnaf )
Czarnikow-Rionda Company   ( lcnaf )
Ferrocarril de Tunas   ( lcnaf )
Francisco Sugar Company   ( lcnaf )
Manati Sugar Company   ( lcnaf )
Tuinucu Sugar Company   ( lcnaf )
Rionda y Polledo, Manuel, 1854-1943   ( lcnaf )
Alcohol industry -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Cellulose industry -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Diversification in industry -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Land reform -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Stock ownership -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar -- Manufacture and refining -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar factories -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar trade -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar trade -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: ead   ( sobekcm )

Notes

Abstract: Records related to trade, manufacture, and cultivation of Cuban sugar. The records begin in the second half of the nineteenth century and end shortly after the nationalization of the Cuban sugar industry by the government of Fidel Castro. As a business archives, the Collection provides information on the manufacture and trade of Cuban sugar and the means by which Cuba's annual sugar harvest was financed and brokered. The collection provides descriptions of the social, political, and economic environment in which Cuban sugar was manufactured. The collection is an important source of data on the international sugar trade and the commercial and financial ties that once bound Cuba and the United States together.
Summary: The Braga Brothers Collection is the gift of George Atkinson Braga and B. Rionda Braga to the University of Florida's George A. Smathers Libraries. Donated to the Libraries' Department of Special Collections in 1981, the collection is one of the richest archival sources on the modernization and expansion of the Cuban sugar industry. As the archive of a large North American company that did business in Cuba it provides insights to the unique commercial relationship that once existed between Cuba and the United States. The collection is, as well, an unavoidable historical source on topics pertaining to the social and political aspects of sugar production in pre-Castro Cuba.The principal holdings in the collection are the records of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company of New York and its subsidiaries and affiliates. From the beginning of the 20th century until the early 1960s, Czarnikow-Rionda was one of North America's largest importers of sugar and molasses. Although it traded in sugar from around the world, its principal source was Cuba. From its offices on Wall Street the company bought and sold ship loads of raw sugar, provided sugar mills with equipment and supplies, and negotiated short term crop loans to Cuba's sugar producers. Czarnikow-Rionda's affiliated companies in Cuba and the United States included cane farms, sugar mills, storage and weighing facilities, a sugar refinery, alcohol distilleries, and cattle ranches.The Braga Brothers Collection also documents a family network that has been involved in the sugar industry since the mid-1800s. The collection begins in 1860 with the records of Lewis Benjamin, a commission merchant in New York City. The link to Cuba and sugar begins in 1873 when Benjamin formed a partnership with Joaquín Rionda y Polledo, a Spanish immigrant with family ties to a Cuban sugar producer. From there, the collection journeys through almost one hundred years of sugar history.The collection consists primarily of administrative correspondence--letters, memoranda, and cables. Production data and records related to the technology employed in the manufacture of raw sugar, molasses, alcohol, and other cane products are evident as well. Ledgers and other accounting books, blueprints, and maps are also found in the collection. The latter includes original maps of the sugar estates and aerial photographic surveys of the Francisco and Manati sugar mills.English and Spanish are used throughout the collection, and a knowledge of both languages is essential to properly research some topics. Codes used for the names of people and companies present a more perplexing problem. Codes were used primarily for business security, but were often employed in sensitive communication related to government relations. A list of terms decoded by researchers is available.
Acquisition: The Braga Brothers Collection is the gift of George Atkinson Braga and B. Rionda Braga to the University of Florida's George A. Smathers Libraries. Donated to the Libraries' Department of Special Collections in 1981.
Restriction: Collection is open for research.
Biographical: The principal holdings of the collection are related to the Czarnikow-Rionda Company of New York (founded in 1909) and its subsidiaries and affiliates. The Czarnikow-Rionda Company was a major raw sugar trading house, and through its affiliate, the Cuban Trading Company, it handled approximately twenty percent of Cuba's sugar exports between 1909 and 1960. Czarnikow-Rionda purchased and sold Cuban cane sugar and molasses, and exported jute bags, mill machinery, and other provisions to Cuba.In addition, Czarnikow-Rionda owned or controlled six raw sugar factories in Cuba. Czarnikow-Rionda and its affiliates were involved in every sector of the cane sugar business including cane cultivation, refining, storage and transportation, financing, and brokerage. The collection also includes nineteenth century material from several commission merchant houses based in New York and Cuba. These firms operated a trade network between Europe, the United States, and Cuba, and were typical of the Spanish merchant houses that once dominated Cuba's commercial life.

Record Information

Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: main identifier - Ms Group 187
System ID: UFEAD00008:00001

Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UFEAD00008/00001

Material Information

Title: Braga Brothers Collection
Physical Description: 375 linear feet (527 boxes, 507 volumes)

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords: Bagasse Products   ( lcnaf )
Celulosa Cubana   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Azucarera Elia   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Cubana Primadera   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Ganadera Becerra   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Industrial Primadera, S.A   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Industrial Sevilla   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Maritima Guayabal   ( lcnaf )
Cuba Sugar Finance and Export Corporation   ( lcnaf )
Cuba. Sugar Finance Committee   ( lcnaf )
Czarnikow-Rionda Company   ( lcnaf )
Ferrocarril de Tunas   ( lcnaf )
Francisco Sugar Company   ( lcnaf )
Manati Sugar Company   ( lcnaf )
Tuinucu Sugar Company   ( lcnaf )
Rionda y Polledo, Manuel, 1854-1943   ( lcnaf )
Alcohol industry -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Cellulose industry -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Diversification in industry -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Land reform -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Stock ownership -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar -- Manufacture and refining -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar factories -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar trade -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar trade -- United States   ( lcsh )
Bagasse Products   ( lcnaf )
Celulosa Cubana   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Azucarera Elia   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Cubana Primadera   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Ganadera Becerra   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Industrial Primadera, S.A   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Industrial Sevilla   ( lcnaf )
Compañía Maritima Guayabal   ( lcnaf )
Cuba Sugar Finance and Export Corporation   ( lcnaf )
Cuba. Sugar Finance Committee   ( lcnaf )
Czarnikow-Rionda Company   ( lcnaf )
Ferrocarril de Tunas   ( lcnaf )
Francisco Sugar Company   ( lcnaf )
Manati Sugar Company   ( lcnaf )
Tuinucu Sugar Company   ( lcnaf )
Rionda y Polledo, Manuel, 1854-1943   ( lcnaf )
Alcohol industry -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Cellulose industry -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Diversification in industry -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Land reform -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Stock ownership -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar -- Manufacture and refining -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar factories -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar trade -- Cuba   ( lcsh )
Sugar trade -- United States   ( lcsh )
Genre: ead   ( sobekcm )

Notes

Abstract: Records related to trade, manufacture, and cultivation of Cuban sugar. The records begin in the second half of the nineteenth century and end shortly after the nationalization of the Cuban sugar industry by the government of Fidel Castro. As a business archives, the Collection provides information on the manufacture and trade of Cuban sugar and the means by which Cuba's annual sugar harvest was financed and brokered. The collection provides descriptions of the social, political, and economic environment in which Cuban sugar was manufactured. The collection is an important source of data on the international sugar trade and the commercial and financial ties that once bound Cuba and the United States together.
Summary: The Braga Brothers Collection is the gift of George Atkinson Braga and B. Rionda Braga to the University of Florida's George A. Smathers Libraries. Donated to the Libraries' Department of Special Collections in 1981, the collection is one of the richest archival sources on the modernization and expansion of the Cuban sugar industry. As the archive of a large North American company that did business in Cuba it provides insights to the unique commercial relationship that once existed between Cuba and the United States. The collection is, as well, an unavoidable historical source on topics pertaining to the social and political aspects of sugar production in pre-Castro Cuba.The principal holdings in the collection are the records of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company of New York and its subsidiaries and affiliates. From the beginning of the 20th century until the early 1960s, Czarnikow-Rionda was one of North America's largest importers of sugar and molasses. Although it traded in sugar from around the world, its principal source was Cuba. From its offices on Wall Street the company bought and sold ship loads of raw sugar, provided sugar mills with equipment and supplies, and negotiated short term crop loans to Cuba's sugar producers. Czarnikow-Rionda's affiliated companies in Cuba and the United States included cane farms, sugar mills, storage and weighing facilities, a sugar refinery, alcohol distilleries, and cattle ranches.The Braga Brothers Collection also documents a family network that has been involved in the sugar industry since the mid-1800s. The collection begins in 1860 with the records of Lewis Benjamin, a commission merchant in New York City. The link to Cuba and sugar begins in 1873 when Benjamin formed a partnership with Joaquín Rionda y Polledo, a Spanish immigrant with family ties to a Cuban sugar producer. From there, the collection journeys through almost one hundred years of sugar history.The collection consists primarily of administrative correspondence--letters, memoranda, and cables. Production data and records related to the technology employed in the manufacture of raw sugar, molasses, alcohol, and other cane products are evident as well. Ledgers and other accounting books, blueprints, and maps are also found in the collection. The latter includes original maps of the sugar estates and aerial photographic surveys of the Francisco and Manati sugar mills.English and Spanish are used throughout the collection, and a knowledge of both languages is essential to properly research some topics. Codes used for the names of people and companies present a more perplexing problem. Codes were used primarily for business security, but were often employed in sensitive communication related to government relations. A list of terms decoded by researchers is available.
Acquisition: The Braga Brothers Collection is the gift of George Atkinson Braga and B. Rionda Braga to the University of Florida's George A. Smathers Libraries. Donated to the Libraries' Department of Special Collections in 1981.
Restriction: Collection is open for research.
Biographical: The principal holdings of the collection are related to the Czarnikow-Rionda Company of New York (founded in 1909) and its subsidiaries and affiliates. The Czarnikow-Rionda Company was a major raw sugar trading house, and through its affiliate, the Cuban Trading Company, it handled approximately twenty percent of Cuba's sugar exports between 1909 and 1960. Czarnikow-Rionda purchased and sold Cuban cane sugar and molasses, and exported jute bags, mill machinery, and other provisions to Cuba.In addition, Czarnikow-Rionda owned or controlled six raw sugar factories in Cuba. Czarnikow-Rionda and its affiliates were involved in every sector of the cane sugar business including cane cultivation, refining, storage and transportation, financing, and brokerage. The collection also includes nineteenth century material from several commission merchant houses based in New York and Cuba. These firms operated a trade network between Europe, the United States, and Cuba, and were typical of the Spanish merchant houses that once dominated Cuba's commercial life.

Record Information

Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: main identifier - Ms Group 187
System ID: UFEAD00008:00001


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abstract Abstract: Records related to trade, manufacture, and cultivation of Cuban sugar. The records begin in the second half of the nineteenth century and end shortly after the nationalization of the Cuban sugar industry by the government of Fidel Castro. As a business archives, the Collection provides information on the manufacture and trade of Cuban sugar and the means by which Cuba's annual sugar harvest was financed and brokered. The collection provides descriptions of the social, political, and economic environment in which Cuban sugar was manufactured. The collection is an important source of data on the international sugar trade and the commercial and financial ties that once bound Cuba and the United States together.
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Acquisition Information
The Braga Brothers Collection is the gift of George Atkinson Braga and B. Rionda Braga to the University of Florida's George A. Smathers Libraries. Donated to the Libraries' Department of Special Collections in 1981.
accessrestrict
Access
Collection is open for research.
altformavail
Alternate Form of Material
Digital reproductions of selected items in the Braga Brothers Collection are available online via the extref http:ufdc.uflib.ufl.educontainsbrieft braga University of Florida Digital Collections (UFDC). Please read the http:ufdcweb1.uflib.ufl.eduufdcm lepermissions Permissions for Use statement for information on copyright, fair use, and use of UFDC digital objects.
Much of ref linktype simple target rg2 Record Group 2 is available on microfilm in Latin American History and Culture, Series 7 and 8: Cuba and the American Sugar Trade: The Braga Brothers Collection. Thomson Gale, 2006.
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Alternate Form of Finding Aid
Due to its large size an alternate version of this descriptive finding aid, broken into several pages, is available at http:web.uflib.ufl.eduspecmanuscriptBragabragafull.htm http://web.uflib.ufl.edu/spec/manuscript/Braga/Bragafull.htm.
prefercite
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], Braga Brothers Collection, Special and Area Studies Collections, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
bioghist
Biographical/Historical Note
The principal holdings of the collection are related to the Czarnikow-Rionda Company of New York (founded in 1909) and its subsidiaries and affiliates. The Czarnikow-Rionda Company was a major raw sugar trading house, and through its affiliate, the Cuban Trading Company, it handled approximately twenty percent of Cuba's sugar exports between 1909 and 1960. Czarnikow-Rionda purchased and sold Cuban cane sugar and molasses, and exported jute bags, mill machinery, and other provisions to Cuba.
In addition, Czarnikow-Rionda owned or controlled six raw sugar factories in Cuba. Czarnikow-Rionda and its affiliates were involved in every sector of the cane sugar business including cane cultivation, refining, storage and transportation, financing, and brokerage. The collection also includes nineteenth century material from several commission merchant houses based in New York and Cuba. These firms operated a trade network between Europe, the United States, and Cuba, and were typical of the Spanish merchant houses that once dominated Cuba's commercial life.
scopecontent
Scope and Content
The Braga Brothers Collection is the gift of George Atkinson Braga and B. Rionda Braga to the University of Florida's George A. Smathers Libraries. Donated to the Libraries' Department of Special Collections in 1981, the collection is one of the richest archival sources on the modernization and expansion of the Cuban sugar industry. As the archive of a large North American company that did business in Cuba it provides insights to the unique commercial relationship that once existed between Cuba and the United States. The collection is, as well, an unavoidable historical source on topics pertaining to the social and political aspects of sugar production in pre-Castro Cuba.
The principal holdings in the collection are the records of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company of New York and its subsidiaries and affiliates. From the beginning of the 20th century until the early 1960s, Czarnikow-Rionda was one of North America's largest importers of sugar and molasses. Although it traded in sugar from around the world, its principal source was Cuba. From its offices on Wall Street the company bought and sold ship loads of raw sugar, provided sugar mills with equipment and supplies, and negotiated short term crop loans to Cuba's sugar producers. Czarnikow-Rionda's affiliated companies in Cuba and the United States included cane farms, sugar mills, storage and weighing facilities, a sugar refinery, alcohol distilleries, and cattle ranches.
The Braga Brothers Collection also documents a family network that has been involved in the sugar industry since the mid-1800s. The collection begins in 1860 with the records of Lewis Benjamin, a commission merchant in New York City. The link to Cuba and sugar begins in 1873 when Benjamin formed a partnership with Joaqun Rionda y Polledo, a Spanish immigrant with family ties to a Cuban sugar producer. From there, the collection journeys through almost one hundred years of sugar history.
The collection consists primarily of administrative correspondence--letters, memoranda, and cables. Production data and records related to the technology employed in the manufacture of raw sugar, molasses, alcohol, and other cane products are evident as well. Ledgers and other accounting books, blueprints, and maps are also found in the collection. The latter includes original maps of the sugar estates and aerial photographic surveys of the Francisco and Manati sugar mills.
English and Spanish are used throughout the collection, and a knowledge of both languages is essential to properly research some topics. Codes used for the names of people and companies present a more perplexing problem. Codes were used primarily for business security, but were often employed in sensitive communication related to government relations. A list of terms decoded by researchers is available.
arrangement
The Braga Brothers Collection is arranged in four record groups and is further divided into record series.
rg1 Record Group 1, 1860-1885, documents the business activities of Francisco, Joaqun, and Manuel Rionda y Polledo, three Spanish brothers who came to Cuba and the United States and laid the foundation for later industrial and commercial enterprises.
Record Group 2, 1880-1951, contains the administrative files and letterbooks from the office of Manuel Rionda y Polledo, first president and chairman of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company.
rg3 Record Group 3, 1891-1984, consists of records created by the Czarnikow-Rionda Company and its predecessor, Czarnikow, MacDougall and Company. It contains the reference and correspondence files of corporate officials and the records of ten departments.
rg4 Record Group 4, 1899-1968, contains records of the Manati Sugar Company, the Francisco Sugar Company, and other affiliates and subsidiaries of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company. Most of Record Group IV depicts the production of raw sugar and other cane products, but there is also substantial documentation on Cuban cattle ranches and several experimental ventures. In addition, the record group includes material from the W. J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company, a Philadelphia refinery owned by Czarnikow-Rionda.
Additional documents were donated to the Libraries by the Braga family in 1993. When possible, these items were merged with existing records series and record groups. Some materials, however, fell outside the scope of the original donation. These are described in an addendum Addendum group and include the personal papers and memoirs of several members of the Braga family. The addendum also describes non-textual materials, such as photographs, maps and plans, memorabilia, and artifacts.
A complete directory for all of the series, listed in order by series number, is available at http:web.uflib.ufl.eduspecmanuscriptBragaBragaseries.htm http://web.uflib.ufl.edu/spec/manuscript/Braga/Bragaseries.htm.
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Selected Subjects and Access Points
note
The following terms have been used to index the description of this collection in the Library's online catalog:
source lcnaf Bagasse Products.
Celulosa Cubana.
Compaa Azucarera Elia.
Compaa Cubana Primadera.
Compaa Ganadera Becerra.
Compaa Industrial Primadera, S.A.
Compaa Industrial Sevilla.
Compaa Maritima Guayabal.
Cuba Sugar Finance and Export Corporation.
Cuba. Sugar Finance Committee.
Czarnikow-Rionda Company.
Ferrocarril de Tunas.
Francisco Sugar Company.
Manati Sugar Company.
Tuinucu Sugar Company.
persname role subject Rionda y Polledo, Manuel, 1854-1943.
lcsh Alcohol industry -- Cuba.
Cellulose industry -- Cuba.
Diversification in industry -- Cuba.
Land reform -- Cuba.
Stock ownership -- Cuba.
Sugar -- Manufacture and refining -- Cuba.
Sugar factories -- Cuba.
Sugar trade -- Cuba.
Sugar trade -- United States.
geogname Cuba -- Economic conditions.
Cuba -- History.
dsc combined
Contents List
c01 recordgrp
Record Group 1: Early Years 1860-1885 36.6 linear feet (23 boxes, 67 volumes)
Record Group 1 of the Braga Brothers Collection is a valuable resource for studies of early North American investments in the Cuban sugar industry. It also documents the Spanish communities in the United States and Cuba and the important role they played in the development of Cuba's sugar industry. The Benjamins' business interests are also well documented in the correspondence with Lewin and Sohr of Antwerp and Truninger and Company of London. Record Group 1 includes correspondence, bound and unbound business records, shipping contracts and other maritime documents, legal papers, and trade circulars. A small amount of family correspondence can also be found.
The earliest records in the Braga Brothers Collection date to 1860 and bear the name of a commission merchant, Lewis Benjamin. Benjamin was one of many traders buying and selling a variety of commodities in Manhattan's vibrant financial district. In 1873, Benjamin and Joaqun Rionda y Polledo (1850-1889) formed the partnership of Benjamin, Rionda and Company. Joaqun Rionda was the middle brother in a family of six sisters (Maria, Isidora, Gregoria, Ramona, Concepcin, and Bibiana) and three brothers (Francisco, Joaqun and Manuel), offspring of Don Bernardo de la Rionda y Alvarez and Doa Josefa Polledo y Mata. All were born in the village of Norea in the Oviedo district of Asturias.
The eldest brother, Francisco (1844-1898), resided in Cuba most of his life. It is uncertain when he arrived in Cuba, but he worked with his uncle, Joaqun Polledo, in the firm Polledo, Rionda and Company. The company was a sugar export house with its office and warehouse in Matanzas. The family also owned sugar plantations near that Cuban port. By 1875, Francisco had married Elena de la Torriente, the daughter of one of Cuba's wealthiest sugar barons. His father-in-law, Cosm de la Torriente, awarded him management of a sugar estate dubbed La Elena after Francisco's bride.
The Polledos and Riondas also enjoyed a long and profitable association with George S. Hunt, owner of the Eagle Sugar Refinery at Portland, Maine. In addition to the refinery, Hunt operated a fleet of ships that traded primarily in Maine lumber products and Cuban sugar and molasses. Hunt took under his wing Joaqun and Manuel when they came to America and oversaw their preparation for the business world. Joaqun spent his adolescent years at the Abbott School in Farmington, Maine, before he settled in New York City. Manuel (1854-1943) left Spain in 1870 and followed Joaqun at the Abbott School before joining his brother at Benjamin, Rionda and Company in 1874.
In the meantime, Francisco and his uncle enlarged their Cuban sugar holdings. By 1877, they had acquired the Central China and contracted with Franklin Farrel of the Farrel Foundry and Machine Company of Ansonia, Connecticut, to modernize the estate's industrial plant. However, debts incurred by the purchase of expensive mill machinery, coupled with declining sugar prices, forced the bankruptcy of Polledo, Rionda and Co. in December, 1878. $400,000 of that debt was to Rionda, Benjamin and Co.
As part of a 1880 court settlement of Polledo, Rionda's remaining assets, the Rionda brothers acquired the Central China and the Matanzas warehouses. Joaqun subsequently moved to Cuba to take charge of the Central China. Francisco continued at the Elena estate until the de la Torrientes sold it. He then joined Joaqun at the Central China. Manuel also moved to Cuba and assumed control of the Matanzas warehouses for a brief period. While all three of the brothers were in Cuba, the New York business was left in the hands of a partner, Hugh Kelly.
Quickly, though, the business network began to crumble. By 1883, Rionda, Benjamin and Co. was declared insolvent. Manuel returned to New York and attempted a new partnership with Kelly, but that lasted only a year. The Matanzas operations also failed and the Central China eventually became the property of the New York Sugar Manufacturing Company, established by Farrell, Kelly and Lewis Cooke.
The Riondas then focused their energies on sugar properties they acquired in the vicinity of Sancti Spiritus in Santa Clara province. Manuel returned to Cuba briefly to work with his brothers. By 1886, though, he was back in New York working with the firm of J. M. Ceballos and Co. The record trail in Record Group 1, however, stops in 1885. Record Group 2 starts in 1895, and there are no records in the collection for the intervening years. The memoirs and recollections of family members (see also: Addendum) recount the history of the intervening years.
Record Group 1 is divided into seven series.
list
series6 Series 6: Shipping records, Circa 1869-1885
series31 Series 31: Incoming correspondence, 1872-1885
series32 Series 32: Outgoing correspondence, 1871-1873; 1875-1885
series33 Series 33: Circulars and trade publications, 1872-1880
series34 Series 34: Accounting books and other business records, 1860-1885
series59 Series 59: Telegraph code books, Circa 1875-1885
series82 Series 82: Legal and notary documents, 1864; 1872-1882
c02 series
Series 6: Shipping records circa 1870-1885
4 linear feet (6 boxes)
Series 6 includes cargo pouches, charter parties, maritime protests, insurance policies, and contractual records. The largest part of the collection consists of cargo pouches. The original pouch envelopes, many of which were wrapped in bundles marked "consignment envelopes," have been retained.
A typical cargo pouch contains sales receipts, import slips, invoices, insurance receipts, memoranda and charter memoranda. Some pouches (especially 1876 and 1877) may also include towing bills, quarantine bills, shipwright bills, bills of lading, storage receipts, consulate bills, custom house receipts, warden's office legislative acts, bank correspondence, sugar weight return notices, marine protests, import bonds and trust receipts. Sugar transactions are prominent throughout most years, but also included are railroad grain transactions (1879), iron rails (1880) and bat guano sales (1882). Some cargo pouches contain charter parties and have been labeled as such. Charter parties found independent of cargo pouches are listed separately.
Box 6 contains insurance policies, receipts and ledgers (1870-1885) related to ships, cargoes on ships, and cargoes stored in wharves and bulkheads. The ledger entitled "Marine Insurance G.R. and Co." lists vessels with merchandise, exit ports, dates and amounts of insurance (in gold or currency), and compliments material found in many of the cargo pouches.
The majority of the maritime papers are written in English with some in Spanish and a few in French and German.
c03 file container box 1Maritime protests. 1874, 1877
1Report of the loss of the Brig Georgia. 1880
1Case of Captain Glover. 1873
1Contracts. 1874, 1875
1Committee on Maritime Affairs, Rules of Consignment shipment book. 1875-1876
1Consignment book. 1877
1Shipment book Orders: Rionda Benjamin and Co. 1876-1884
1Loose papers taken from Orders Shipping packet. 1882
1Maritime U.S. Treasury Bonds. 1871, 1873-1877, 1879-1880
1Brig Sullivan/Demurrage. 1876
1Memoranda of Claims. 1877
1Encargoes. 1881
1Cargo pouch Josepha. 1879
1Charter parties. 1876-1879
1Cargo pouches. 1874-1877
2Cargo pouches. 1877
3Cargo pouches. 1877
4Cargo pouches. 1877-1879
5Cargo pouches. 1879-1883
6Insurance certificates. 1872, 1875
6Annual marine insurance policies. 1870, 1872, 1874-1879, 1881, 1883-1884
6Fire insurance receipts. 1876, 1877
6Insurance policies covering specific cargoes and ships. 1875, 1877
6Insurance ledgers. 1870-1885
Series 31: Incoming correspondence 1869-1885
10.4 linear feet (11 boxes)
Series 31 includes the business correspondence of the early Rionda trading houses as well as personal letters. The materials were originally wrapped in bundles with titles and dates written on them. Unless otherwise noted in brackets, the folder titles here are the same as those that were on the wrappers. Much of the correspondence was separated alphabetically by the senders' last names, while other letters were arranged by type. About a tenth of the series was found loose with no identification. Those letters have been aranged by date and marked in the contents lists with an asterisk.
Enclosures often accompany the letters and may include newspaper clippings, marker reports, circulars, invoices, bank drafts, and other items. Some internal business correspondence, including memoranda, is also housed in series 31. A considerable portion of the series was lost to rodent damage.
1folder 1A[Two letters]. 1869
11[Miscellaneous correspondence]. Not dated
12[Correspondence]*. 1872 Feb-Mar
13Compositions in English. 1872
14Correspondencia desde Deciembre a Enero 24. 1872, 1873
15Telegrammas. Dec 1872-Jan 1873
16Taken from envelope marked "BAIZ" and addressed to Isaac Phillips. 1872-1875
17[Found in unmarked bundle]. 1872-1876
18Versos (miscellaneous). 1872-1877
19[Correspondence found in bundle marked 1872]. 1873
110Enero-Febrero. 1873
111Correspondencia Enero 2 a [February 18]. 1873
112Correspondencia hasta Marzo 31. 1873
113Letters from February to December. 1873
114[June to December]. 1873
115Letters of L, Benjamin from August to October. 1873
116Private letter. 1873, 1874
117Letters of Francisco Rionda from August 1873 to September 1874. 1873-1874
118M, Quesada. 1873-1875
119Julius J, Lewin, papers in connection with Produce Exchange escapade [legal]. 1873-1879
120[Correspondence]*. 1874
121January and February. 1874
122March and April. 1874
123May and June. 1874
124Julio y Agosto. 1874
125Letters September. 1874
126Letters from January to December. 1874
127Private letters from February to September. 1874
128Cartas de recomendaci6n y privadas del Benjamin Cerradas. 1874
129Recuredos de 1874. 1874
130Letters of A, Hoffning, Esq, from February to September. 1874
131Varios Apuntes. 1874
132Unidentified bundle [legal size]. 1874
133Banque d'Anvers. 1874
134Strictly Private. 1874-1875
135Cartas de Francisco Rionda desde Setiembre 1874 hasta Junio 1875. 1874-1875
136Misplaced letter RB and Company and GM and Company. 1874, 1877
137[January-June (legal size)]*. 1875
138[July-August]*. 1875
139[Name lists found with other 1875-1876 papers]*. 1875
140January. 1875
141February. 1875
142March. 1875
143April. 1875
144May. 1875
145June. 1875
146July letters. 1875
147July. 1875
148Letters received in August. 1875
149Letters received in September. 1875
150Letters received in October [November]. 1875
21Enero y Febrero, Cartas de D. Gomez. 1875
22July-October, Letters of D.Gomez. 1875
23August and September, Francisco Rionda. 1875
24Cartas de Jaime S. Guardiola. 1875
25Varias Copias con respeto a la casa de Matanzas y asuntos privados de L. B. 1875
26Lawrence Johnson. 1875
27B and P Lawrence [legal size]. 1875
28Papers of Mr. L. Benjamin [legal size]. 1875
29Varios [legal size]. 1875
210Private, Notas recibidas de Dunn, Barlow and Company. 1875
211Taken from envelope marked "Baiz Notes" and "Benjamin, Rionda and Company". 1875-1878
212Telegrams and Cables received from July 29 to October 10. 1875
213Copies of telegrams and cables sent from July to October. 1875
214[January-March]*. 1876
215[April-May]*. 1876
216[June]*. 1876
217[July-September]*. 1876
218[October-December]*. 1876
219Reports of business firms from the Mercantile Agency. 1876
220November-January, J. Lewin. 1876-1877
221Letters to Manuel Rionda. October 1876-August 1877
222Cables received from November 20 to July. 1876-1877
223Telegrams received by Rionda, Benjamin and Company. 1876-1879
224[January-March]*. 1877
225[April-June]*. 1877
226[July-September]*. 1877
227[October-December]*. 1877
228A. December 1876-Novmber 1877
229B. December 1876-March 1877
230B. April-June 1877
231B. July-December 1877
232C. January-March 1877
233C. April-June 1877
234C. July-September 1877
235D. December 1876-June 1877
236D. July-December 1877
31E. December 1876-December 1877
32F. December 1876-December 1877
33G. December 1876-May 1877
34G. June-December 1877
35H. December 1876
36H. January-March 1877
37H. April-May 1877
38H. June-August 1877
39H. September-December 1877
310J. December 1876-December 1877
311K. May-November 1877
312L. December 1876-November 1877
313M. December 1876-December 1877
314N. December 1876-December 1877
315O. December 1876-March 1877
316P. December 1876-January 1877
317P. 1877 February
318P. 1877 March
319P. 1877 April
320P. 1877 May
321P. 1877 June
322P. 1877 July
323P. 1877 August
324P. 1877 September
325P. 1877 October
326P. 1877 November
327P. 1877 December
41Q. 1877 January, June, October-December
42R. 1877 August-December
43S. December 1876-February 1877
44S. 1877 March-December
45T. December 1876-July 1877
46V. December 1876-November 1877
47W. October 1876-December 1877
48Y. 1877 September
49Z. December 1876-December 1877
410J. Willebeek, L Mair and Company. 1877 June-August
411Private papers of value to Joaquin Rionda. 1877
412Letters [legal size]. 1877
413Johs Marwede, Letters from January 5 to December 28. 1877
414J. Lewin (only). 1877 February-March
415J. Lewin (only). 1877 April-May
416J. Lewin (only). 1877 June-July
417J. Lewin (only). 1877 August-October
418J. Lewin (only). 1877 November-December
419Letters from Emil Sanders, February 10-July 28. 1877
420Letters from Emil Sanders, August 1-December 29. 1877
421Copies and Letters of Joaquin Polledo. 1877 November-December
422Cartas de Polledo, Rionda and Company a Rionda, Benjamin and Company. 1877-1878
423Polledo, Rionda and Company, Matanzas and Havana [legal size]. 1877 Diciembre
424Letters to Joaquin Rionda. 1877-1878
425[Miscellaneous]. 1877-1878
426Letters [to] Manuel Rionda. 1877-1878
427Cables received RB and Co [April-October]. 1877
428Cablegrams received by Rionda, Benjamin and Company. 1877 August-December
429Cables received RB and Co. [November-December]. 1877
430Private cables received. 1877-1878 November-January
51[Correspondence]*. 1878
52A. 1878
53B. 1878
54C. 1878
55D. 1878
56F. 1878
57G. 1878
58H. 1878 January-June
59H. 1878 July-December
510I,J, K. 1878
511L. 1878
512M. 1878
513N. 1878
514P. 1878
515R. 1878 January-July
516S. 1878
517T. 1878
518W. 1878
519Z. 1878
520W,Y, Z. 1878-1879
521Letter from Lewin and Sohr, Antwerp. 1878 January-February
522Letter from Lewin and Sohr. 1878 March-May
523Letter from Lewin and Sohr. 1878 June-September
524Letter from Lewin and Sohr. 1878 October-December
525Letter from Manuel Rionda Esq. (Private). 1878
526Manuel Rionda, January-December Faltan Algunos [Part one]. 1878
527Manuel Rionda, January-December Faltan Algunos [Part two]. 1878
528V., R. and O. 1878
529Letter form Polledo, Rionda and Company, Matanzas. 1878
530Letter form Polledo, Rionda and Company, Havana. 1878
531Cartas de las Hermanas. 1878
532Joaquin Rionda, Cables [to]. 1878
533Cables received from J. Lewin and Lewin and Sohr. 1878
534Cables received from J. Lewin and Lewin and Sohr. 1878
535Cables received from John Marwede. 1878
536Telegrams received by Rionda, Benjamin and Company. 1878
537Cables received from Emil Sanders, Esq. 1878
538Cablegrams received by Rionda, Benjamin and Company. 1878-1879
539Manuel Rionda (letter to]. 1878-1879 March-January
540Letters received from J. J. Lewin. 1878-1879 September-August
541Letters received from J. J. Lewin. 1879 September-December
542[E. Webb and Company]. 1878-1879
543[Letters and Cables from Europe]. 1878-1879
61Letters from J. Rionda. 1878-1879 April-January
62March-July. 1878-1879
63Letter R.B. and Co. M.W.L. 1878 and 1879
64A. Noreiga; D. Perez de la Riva. 1878-1880; 1879-1880
65Fran[cisco] Rionda [letter from]. 1878-1880
66Correspondence and bills for service. 1878-1880
67Letter from the Societe Francais et Belge de Banque et D'escompte, Paris. 1878-1880 February-March
68Miscellaneous letters. 1878-1880
69[Correspondence]*. 1879
610A. 1879
611B. 1879
612C. 1879
613D. 1879
614F. 1879
615G. 1879
616H. 1879
617I,J, K. 1879
618L. [1878] 1879
619M. 1879
620N. 1879
621P and R. 1879
622S and T. 1879
623W. 1879
624Letters from Lewin and Sohr, Antwerp. 1879 January-April
625Letters from Lewin and Sohr, Antwerp. 1879 May-August
626Letters from Lewin and Sohr, Antwerp. 1879 September-October
627Letters from Lewin and Sohr, Antwerp. 1879-1880 November-March
628Letters from Lewin and Sohr, Antwerp. 1880 April-July
629Letters from Emil Sanders, Hamburg. 1879 January-June
630Letters from Emil Sanders, Hamburg. 1879 July-December
631Joaquin Rionda, Francisco Rionda [letters from]. 1879
632Manuel Rionda [letters from]. 1879 January-April
633Manuel Rionda [letters from]. 1879 May-December
71Rionda, Noreiga. 1879 January-June
72Rionda, Noreiga. 1879 July-December
73Exchanged cables, M. Rionda. 1879
74Cables from Antwerp. 1879 January-October
75Cables received from Lewin and Sohr, Antwerp. 1879 October-December
76Memorandum of cables received. 1879-1880 October-December
77Cables received, J. J. Lewin and Lewin and Sohr. 1879
78Cables from Paris. 1879 August-October
79Cables from Bremen and Hamburg. 1879
710[Miscellaneous cables]. 1879
711Miscellaneous, M. Rionda, J. Rionda, B. and Co. [letters to]. 1879-1880
712Franklin Farrell and Farrell Foundry. 1879-1880 January-August
713A. Noreiga. 1879-1880 January-August
714Truninger and Co., London. 1879-1880 September-March
715Truninger and Co., London. 1880 April-November
716Johs, Marwede, Bremen. 1879-1880
717Emil Sanders, Hamburg. 1879-1880
718London [1]. 1879-1880
719London [2]. 1879-1880
720London [3]. 1879-1880
721Letters from 2e Banque d'Anvers, Antwerp. 1879-1880 December-February
722Frank J. Benjamin, et al. 1879-1880 March-August
723Issac Phillips, his letters regarding overcharged duties [legal size]. 1879-1880
724Frank J. 1879-1880
725Fred E. Allen and Geo. S. Hunt and Company. 1879-1880
726Fred E. Allen and Geo. S. Hunt and Company. 1879-1880
727Ricardo Rodriguez. 1879-1880 November-July
728Bernardo Rionda. 1879-1880
729Cartas de las hermanas. 1879-1880
730Correspondence*. 1880 January-June
731Correspondence*. 1880 July-December
732A-C. 1880 January-March
733A-C. 1880
734A-H. 1880
735D-E. 1880 February-March
736aD-F. 1880 April-December
736G-L. 1880 January-March
737N-Z. 1880
738R-Z. 1880
739J. J. Lewin, Paris. 1880
740Copias de la Correspondencia de Sres: Geo. C. Carson and Co. de Philadelphia a Guardiola y Tejedor, de Sagua la Grande desde 23 de Junio de 1880 a 21 de Julio de 1882. 1880-1882
81Manuel Rionda [letters from]. 1880
82Joaquin and Francisco Rionda [Letters from]. 1880 January-May
83Cables received from Antwerp. 1880 January-April
84Cables received from Lewin. 1880 April-June
85Memorandum of cables received from Rionda, Matanzas. 1880 April-September
86aMemorandum of cables, received from J. Lewin, Paris from April 15-July 29. 1880
86bCables received from London from January 10-August 19. 1880
86Cables received from Paris. 1880 January-April
87[Cables received]*. 1880-1882
88Letters Truninger, 2a Banque d'Anvers, J. Lewin, Antwerp, Wolff. 1880-1881
89Rionda, Noreiga. 1880 January-July
810August-March Rionda, Noreiga. 1880-1881
810a[Correspondence and circular related to mill equipment]. 1880-1884
811Rionda, Noreiga. 1881 April-July
812Rionda, Noreiga. 1881 August-December
813A-D. 1881 January-October
814C. 1881 March
815C [Rufus C. Cushman]. 1881 March-June
816C [Rufus C. Cushman]. 1881 July-August
817C [Rufus C. Cushman]. 1881 September-December
818D-W. 1881
819F-H. 1881
820H-M. 1881
821R-T. 1881
822U-W. 1881
823M. Rionda [Letters to]. 1881 January-September
824M. Rionda [Letters to]. 1881 January-September
825M. Rionda [Letters to]. 1881 November
826Correspondencia de Manuel Rionda. 1881-1882 December-January
827Letters from Joaquin and Francisco Rionda. 1881-1882
828Letters from Joaquin and Francisco Rionda. 1881-1882
829[Cables]. 1881-1882
830[Cables]. 1881-1882
831Electric lights [correspondence and documents related to]. 1881
832December Vacuum pan for "Central China". 1881
833[Correspondence, invoices, circulars, diagrams and bills of lading related to mill machinery found in envelope marked "G. de Zaldo"]. 1881
834[Papers related to equipment for "Central China" and "YNG: Elena"]. 1881
835Copia de la correspondencia entre los Sres. Goodrich, Deady and Platt de N. York y los Sres. Guardiola y Tejedor Sagua de Gade desde 3 de Marzo de 1881 a 30 de Noviembre de 1882. 1881-1882
91Correspondence plus newspaper clippings*. 1881-1885
92A-E. 1882 January-June
93C. 1882 January-June
94C. 1882 July-Decmeber
95F-H. 1882 January-October
96K-N. 1882 January-December
97P-T. 1882 January-December
98Man. Rionda [Letters to]. 1882 January-March
99Letters of Joaquin and Francisco Rionda. 1882 June-August
910Letters to Joaquin Rionda. 1882 August-October
911Letters of various--including Fred E. Allen. 1882 June-October
911aLetter received from Rionda, Noriega and Company. 1882
912aGuano AIC Fsco. Rionda. 1882
912Letters forwarded to Manuel Rionda. 1882 March-June
913Man. Rionda [Letters to] durante viaje a Cuba de 2 Octubre 1882 al 19 Febrero 1883 que llegue. 1882-1883
914Telegrams, Manuel Rionda, personal. 1883
915Answered letters of Manuel Rionda. 1883 February-March
916Man. Rionda. 1883 Abril-Julio
917Answered. 1883 August
918Man. Rionda. 1883 October-December
919Copy of letter of J. Rionda to Mr. Ickelheine. 1883 October 24
920Correspondencia de Enero a Octubre, Man. Rionda [1]. 1884
921Correspondencia de Enero a Octubre, Man. Rionda [2]. 1884
922Correspondencia de Enero a Octubre, Man. Rionda [3]. 1884
923Correspondence of October, Manuel Rionda. 1884
924Correspondence of November, Manuel Rionda. 1884
925Correspondence of Manuel Rionda. 1884-1885 December-April
10Legal Size Correspondence
11Oversize material
Series 32: Outgoing correspondence 1871-1873; 1875-1885
3.5 linear feet (1 box, 24 volumes)
Series 32 consists of twenty letterbooks, four cable books, and one box containing copies of outgoing correspondence. Eight of the volumes contain letters from Rionda, Benjamin and Co. exclusively, while the remainder carry correspondence from all of the Rionda trading houses. A small amount of personal and family correspondence is also included. In general the records of this series are in good condition, with only minor mutilation and some ink fading. Correspondence is in both English and Spanish are used.
The letterbooks do not form a continuous series and there is considerable overlapping of dates. Special care should be taken when looking for specific dates. At the beginning of each letterbook is an entry index arranged alphabetically by the recipients' names.
1Outgoing correspondence. Nov-Dec 1873
1Outgoing correspondence. Jan-Feb 1875
1Outgoing correspondence. Aug-Sep 1875
1Outgoing correspondence. Feb-Mar 1878
1"Extracts of Correspondence of Rionda, Noriega and Co.". Jan-July 1879
1"P/copies of letters to J. Marwede, etc.". 1882
1"Varias Copias de Cartas A.H. Kelly, F.E. Allen, F. Farrell, et al.". 1882
Volume 1Letterbook. 12/1871-7/1873
2Letterbook. 3/1875-11/1876
3Cable book #1. 1876
4Rionda, Benjamin Foreign #1 (no binding, in box). 11/1876-6/1877
5Rionda, Benjamin Domestic #1. 11/1876-10/1877
6Letterbook. 11/1876-4/1878
7Letterbook. 1/1877-4/1878
8Rionda, Benjamin Foreign #2. 6/1877-1/1878
9Cable book #2. 1877-1878
10Rionda, Benjamin Domestic #2. 1877-1880
11Rionda, Benjamin Foreign #3. 1/1878-4/1879
12Letterbook (marked J.R. #3 Private). 4/1878-11/1878
13Letterbook. 12/1878-8/1879
14Rionda, Benjamin Foreign #4. 4/1878-11/1880
15Letterbook. 8/1879-7/1880
16Cable book #3. 1879
17Rionda, Benjamin Foreign #5. 4/1880-3/1881
18Letterbook. 7/1880-7/1881
19Telegram #1. 1880
20Rionda, Benjamin Foreign. 3/1881-9/1881
21Letterbook. 7/1881-3/1883
22Letterbook. 3/1883-4/1884
23Letterbook. 4/1884-4/1885
24Letterbook. 11/1884-4/1885
Series 33: Circulars and trade publications 1872-1880
1 linear foot (2 boxes)
Series 33 consists of trade circulars and market reports received by the various firms associated with Record Group 1, including Rionda, Benjamin and Company. Most of the circulars and reports relate to the sugar trade and were issued in the United States, Cuba, and Europe. There are also publications on other commodities traded by Rionda, Benjamin.
subseries
Market Circulars
c04 1Circulares and Precias Corrientes (includes three market reports under the name of Polledo, Rionda and Co.). 1872-1873
1Circular. 1876-1878
1Circular and Postal Cards. 1878
1[Circular]. 1879
1[Four issues of Havana Price Current]. 1877
1Sugar Molasses Report. 1880
1Land reports. 1880
1Reports from Anvers and German circulars. 1880
1Memorandum and Sugar circular from M. Rionda's file. Not dated
1Whitman and Fisher's petroleum circular. 1880
1Boyd and Hincken. 1880
1Circular and reports of Beling, Neimeyer and Wessels; Boyd and Hincken; C. Czarnikow. 1880
1C.W. Mills Grain Reports. 1880
1Sugar statistics. 1878
1Grain reports of Chapin and Edwards. 1879-1880
1Provision circular, Charles O. Corn. 1879
1Petroleum circular July 18, 1878 to December 20, 1879. 1878-1879
1Beling, Niemeyer and Wessels, Vessels, July 19, 1878 to December 26, 1879. 1878-1879
1G.W. Mills Grain Circular from July 18 to December 30, 1879. 1879
1Petroleum circular, Whitman and Fisher October 18 to December 26, 1879. 1879
1Miscellaneous reports from January 1 to April 16. 1880
Trade Publications
2Aranceles generales para el cobro de derechos de introduccion y extraccion en todas las aduanas de los puertos habilitados de la siempre fiel isla de Cuba. Habana: Imprente del gobierno y capitancia general y de real hacienda, 1853.
2Export of petroleum from New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore for 1874, 1875, 1876, 1877, 1878; compiled by Whitman and Fisher.
2Export of petroleum from New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore for 1877, 1878; compiled by Beling, Neimeyer and Wessels.
Series 34: Accounting books and other business records 1860-1885
16.5 linear feet (43 volumes)
Series 34 contains the ledgers, journals, and other bound financial records of Benjamin, Rionda and Company and several related firms. An interesting feature of this series is the inclusion of several items from the years prior to Joaquin Rionda's partnership with Lewis Benjamin. This includes ledgers from A. Wolf, one of several business associates of Lewis Benjamin. The series also contains a cashbook for the Central China.
1L. Benjamin. Register. 1860-1862
2A. Wolf. Journal #1. 1866-1867
3A. Wolf. Journal #2. 1867-1869
4A. Wolf. Journal #3. 1869-1871
5L. Benjamin. Ledger. 1869-1871
5AL. Benjamin. Ledger index.
6L. Benjamin. "Quotations.". 1870
7L. Benjamin. Ledger #2. 1871-1873
8L. Benjamin. Journal #2. 1871-1876
9L. Benjamin. Outward Invoices #2. 1872-1873
10L. Benjamin. Inward Invoices #2. 1872-1874
11Benjamin, Rionda. Outward Invoices #1. 1873-1874
12Benjamin, Rionda. Journal #1. 1873-1874
13Benjamin, Rionda. Bill Book. 1873-1877
14Benjamin, Rionda. Ledger #1. 1873-1878
14ABenjamin, Rionda. Ledger #1 index.
15Benjamin, Rionda. Outward Invoices #2. 1874-1875
16Benjamin, Rionda. Inward Invoices #2. 1874-1876
17Benjamin, Rionda. Journal #2. 1874-1878
18Rionda, Benjamin. Statements #1. 1876-1877
19Rionda, Benjamin. Outward Invoices #1. 1876-1878
20Rionda, Benjamin. Journal #1. 1876-1879
21Rionda, Benjamin. Inward Invoices #2. 1876-1880
22Rionda, Benjamin. Ledger #1. 1876-1880
22ARionda, Benjamin. Ledger #1 index.
23Rionda, Benjamin. Bill Book. 1876-1880
24Rionda, Benjamin. Accounts Current #1. 1876-1880
24ARionda, Benjamin. Storage. 1877
25Rionda, Benjamin. Account Sales #1. 1877
26Rionda, Benjamin. Statements #2. 1877-1879
27Rionda, Benjamin. Orders. 1877-1879
28Rionda, Benjamin. Petty Cash. 1878
29Rionda, Benjamin. Receipts. 1878-1881
30Rionda, Benjamin. Storage. 1879
31Rionda, Benjamin. Letters of Credit #2. 1879
32Central China. Caja. 1879-1880
33Rionda, Benjamin. Statements #3. 1879-1881
34Rionda, Benjamin. Journal #2. 1880-1885
35Rionda, Benjamin. Petty Cash. 1880-1882
36Manuel Rionda. Ledger. 1881-1882
37Manuel Rionda. Journal. 1881-1882
38Manuel Rionda. Sales Made by Manuel Rionda for Rionda, Noreiga. 1881-1882
39Rionda, Kelly. Ship Arrivals. 1883-1885
Series 59: Telegraph code books circa 1875-1885
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
Series 59 contains telegraph code books employed by Rionda, Benjamin and Company and Gomez, Rionda and Company. Included in the series are lists of business associates and customers.
Series 82: Legal and notary documents 1864; 1872-1882
0.8 linear feet (2 boxes)
Series 82 contains financial contracts, civil case records, business agreements, powers of attorney, passports and other types of legal and notary documents related to Benjamin, Rionda and Co. and its successors. Excluded from the series are maritime papers such as charter parties and maritime protests which form Series 6.
Record Group 2: The Papers and Financial Records of Manuel Rionda y Polledo 1880-1951
109.6 linear feet (188 boxes, 147 volumes)
Manuel Rionda's papers include more than 150 letterbooks and over seventy-five linear feet of subject files from his Wall Street office as well as documents kept at Rio Vista, his New Jersey estate on the palisades of the Hudson River. Manuel Rionda was the epitome of the hands-on industrial manager and demanded of his subalterns, many of whom were nephews and in-laws, detailed and regular reports. The magnitude and detail of his papers is, in turn, matched by a richness of opinions and convictions. He required prompt and detailed correspondence from each mill manager and company president. Rionda also responded personally to the entreaties of his colonos, the cane farmers who supplied cane for the sugar mills. Also included in this record group are Rionda's financial papers including records related to the execution of this estate. Of special note is series11 Series 11 containing the correspondence of Aurelio Portuondo while he served as a negotiator for Cuba in the talks leading up to the Reciprocity Treaty of 1934.
Manuel Rionda worked at the firm J. M. Ceballos and Co. from approximately 1886 to 1896. During that time, he established a sound reputation among Wall Street's sugar brokers and important links with Cuba's sugar producers. In 1896, he left Ceballos and became a commission agent in Czarnikow, MacDougall and Company (est. 1891). Czarnikow, MacDougall was the North American branch of the eminent London trading house C. Czarnikow, Ltd., one of the world's largest sugar traders.
While Manuel's star rose in New York business circles, his brothers continued to expand and modernize the family's sugar properties in Sancti Spiritus. Manuel's employer, Juan Ceballos, was encouraged to invest in the venture and the Central Tuinucu Sugar Cane Manufacturing Company was incorporated in New Jersey in 1891. (The company's name was shortened to the Tuinuc Sugar Company in 1903.) Tragically, though, Joaqun had died in a drowning accident while fording the Rio Tuinic on April 7,1889. Francisco Rionda managed the cane fields and factory, and cane was ground at the new mill for the first time in 1895. No sooner had Tuinucu's new mill begun operations, but civil war in 1895 plunged Cuba into economic chaos. Cuba's sugar industry was devastated, and the Central Tuinucu was one of many plantations whose cane fields were put to the torch by Cuban insurgents. Francisco's letters to Manuel in series1 Series 1 chronicle the turmoil of that period. Fearing execution by the insurgents, Francisco and other family members left Cuba in 1898. Before leaving, though, Francisco acquired a significant tract of land around the Baha de Guayabal in Camagey province.
Francisco died in New York City in November, 1898, leaving Manuel as the head of the family's properties and businesses. By this time, the United States' victory over Spain in the Spanish-American War had initiated a period of peace in Cuba under U.S. military occupation. Despite initial reluctance to continue in Cuba after 1898, Rionda decided to reinvest in the Cuban sugar industry. First, he was able to secure funds to revive Tuinucu. Then he organized a new company, the Francisco Sugar Company, to exploit the Camagey land holdings acquired by his brother. Lacking capital of his own to build a sugar mill, Rionda sought out investors. The principal investors in the Francisco Sugar Company were the owners of the W. J. McCahan Sugar Refinery in Philadelphia. The McCahan group managed the company until 1909 when it relinquished ownership and control to the Riondas.
Cuba's war for independence also interrupted Rionda's work in Czarnikow, MacDougall and forced the firm to seek alternative sources of sugar. With the end of fighting in Cuba, however, Rionda plunged into the work he had been hired to do. Ironically, the war had removed or hurt many of his competitors. With the capital resources of C. Czarnikow behind him, Rionda financed old clients and aggressively sought new ones. By 1903, Czarnikow, MacDougall was the dominant company in the Cuban sugar trade. When the company's senior partner, Caesar Czarnikow, died in 1909, a new company was organized. The Czarnikow-Rionda Company was incorporated September 1, 1909, with Manuel Rionda as its president. The new firm was a private company and management of the company was vested in the common stock owned coequally by five individuals. Four of the common stockholders were the remaining partners in C. Czarnikow, Ltd.; the fifth was Rionda. Consequently, control of the company remained in London.
Rionda's relations with the other stockholders were never satisfactory. Rionda believed the Europeans were too conservative to effectively compete for the Cuban sugar market. The London stockholders, for their part, were wary of Cuba's political instability. Incidents such as the Guerrito de Agosto, which resulted in a second U.S. occupation of Cuba in 1906, and a racial conflict in 1912 further soured business interest in the island. In 1915, Rionda announced his intention to retire from Czarnikow-Rionda. His aim was to create his own brokerage house with his nephews, Manuel Enrique Rionda and Bernardo Braga Rionda, as his seconds and successors. Negotiations between the New York and London offices led, instead, to a new five year agreement that reduced British participation in Czarnikow-Rionda. Rionda continued to serve as the company's chief executive and chairman of the board.
Between 1902 and 1922, the Riondas expanded their operations and holdings in Cuba. When several mills passed into the hands of Czarnikow, MacDougall after their owners failed to meet debt obligations, the Riondas stepped in to acquire and manage the properties. In this manner, the Riondas acquired the Central San Vicente in 1907. Another foreclosed mill, the Central San Jos, was reorganized as the Washington Sugar Company in 1911. Other acquisitions included the Central Elia, a sugar mill adjacent to the Francisco Sugar Company, and the Central Cspedes near La Florida in Camaqey.
Among the financial backers of the Washington Sugar Company was Walter E. Ogilvie, a North American businessman and a major stockholder in the United Railways of the Havana and Regla Warehouses. Rionda and Ogilvie would collaborate on other business ventures. Together, they organized the Regla Coal Company in 1911 and broke the Berwind White Coal Company's monopoly on coal distribution in Cuba. For a brief period in the early 1920s, Ogilvie served as Czarnikow-Rionda's president and attempted a reorganization of the company's operations. When the reorganization failed to bring the desired results, Rionda returned to his position as president.
In 1907, Rionda began a long and beneficial relationship with the law firm of Sullivan and Cromwell. Several partners of the firm invested in the Stewart Sugar Company that operated a large sugar factory in Camagey province. Rionda served as president during the construction of the mill and the company's initial harvest. His success prompted further business collaboration with Sullivan and Cromwell, and Sullivan and Cromwell
Sullivan and Cromwell also invested in the largest sugar mill constructed by the Riondas. In 1911, Rionda brought together a group of investors that also included Claus Spreckels, Edmund Converse, Regino Truffin, and the financial house of J. and W. Seligman to exploit extensive land holdings around the Bahia de Manat. The Manati Sugar Company was an immense undertaking and presaged Rionda's most ambitious business venture, the creation of the Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation in 1915. Backed by the financial resources of the Morgan trust, Cuba Cane was able to acquire the properties of seventeen mills that controlled over sixteen percent of Cuba's annual sugar production. Rionda served as president of Cuba Cane from 1915 to 1920.
The organization of the Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation in 1915 was encouraged by the rise in sugar prices brought on by the war in Europe. The entry of the United States in that conflict, however, produced demands at home and abroad for market controls. To achieve price stability and insure supplies of sugar at the same time, various national and international regulatory bodies were created. In recognition of Czarnikow-Rionda's influence in the sugar industry, Rionda was appointed by Cuban President Mario G. Menocal to the Cuban Commission. The Commission, which included Carlos Manuel de Cspedes and Robert B. Hawley, represented Cuba in international negotiations on sugar prices and allocations. Members of Czarnikow-Rionda also served on the Cuban Adjustment Committee, the Cuban Allotment Committee, and the Committee on Compensation to United States Brokers. Market prices for Cuban sugar were tightly regulated during the war, and Rionda played a prominent role in determining the price of Cuban raw sugar.
Despite protests from Rionda and others in the sugar trade, the United States lifted price restrictions on raw sugar in 1919. The result was a frenzy of market speculation known as the "Dance of the Millions." In the space of a few months, the price of raw sugar rose and fell dramatically ruining hundreds of planters and merchants in the process. In response to the market collapse, President Menocal named Rionda and several other sugar merchants to the Sugar Finance Committee. The Committee's task was to assist in financing and marketing the unsold portion of the 1920 Cuban harvest.
The committee's efforts were largely unsuccessful, and Rionda's presence on the committee led to complaints of favoritism and charges of illegal business practices. Other attempts to control the marketing of Cuban sugar followed. In 1929, the Compaa Exportadora Nacional del Azucar, or Vendedor Unico as it was often called, was organized as a single cooperative agency for the sale of Cuban sugars. Rionda exerted influence in Vendedor Unico and its successor, the Cooperative Export Agency.
Efforts to regulate sugar production and marketing on a world-wide scale were also made and Czarnikow-Rionda participated in all of the early international marketing agreements. The company's representative at many of the sugar conferences was Aurelio Portuondo, a Cuban lawyer and a vice-president in the Cuban Trading Company. Portuondo later represented the Cuban government in tariff negotiations with the United States in 1933 and was the company's principal liaison to the Cuban government for many years. In addition to Portuondo, Manuel Rionda corresponded with Thomas Chadbourne, the architect of the 1929 Chadbourne Plan. Rionda also carried on a lengthy correspondence with Viriato Gutierrez and Jos Miguel Tarafa. Both were prominent Cuban businessmen and important figures in international negotiations.
The 1920s and 1930s marked a slow and steady decline in the Rionda business fortunes. The sugar industry had barely recovered from the effects of the 1920 collapse when the Great Depression brought new economic difficulties and crippling tariff protection. The Francisco, Cespedes, and Manati sugar companies were forced into receivership and reorganized. Cuba Cane, in which the Riondas invested heavily, was a serious drain on the family's resources and was dissolved in 1938. By the mid-1930s, Czarnikow-Rionda's market dominance had been supplanted by its major competitor, Galban, Lobo and Company. Although it continued to play a significant role in Cuba's economic life, Czarnikow-Rionda never regained the influence it enjoyed during the first three decades of the twentieth century.
In his last years, Rionda was preoccupied with keeping his various businesses afloat. Despite losses in its market share, Czarnikow-Rionda escaped dissolution and Francisco, Manati, and Cespedes passed through receivership still under the control of the Riondas. San Vicente and Washington, however, were sold. As the years progressed Rionda's participation in industry affairs waned, but he was active until his death, at 89, on September 2, 1943. Rionda was succeeded as president of Czarnikow-Rionda by his nephew, Bernardo Braga Rionda.
Much of Record Group 2 is available on microfilm in Latin American History and Culture, Series 7 and 8: Cuba and the American Sugar Trade: The Braga Brothers Collection. Thomson Gale, 2006.
Record Group 2 is divided into fourteen series.
Series 1: Incoming correspondence, 1896-1917
series2 Series 2: Private letterbooks, 1897-1943
series3 Series 3: Travelling letterbooks, 1905-1926
series4 Series 4: Confidential letterbooks, 1908-1942
series5 Series 5: Internal memoranda, 1904-1914
series7 Series 7: Stewart Sugar Company, Executive letterbook, 1907-1909
series9 Series 9: Sales made by Single Seller, 1928-1930
series10 Series 10: Subject files, 1902-1946
Series 11: Aurelio Portuondo correspondence, 1933-1935
series12 Series 12: Winter correspondence, 1901-1925
series13 Series 13: Financial files and estate papers, 1880-1943
series15 Series 15: Financial journals, 1901-1947
series16 Series 16: Account ledgers, 1908-1951
series25 Series 25: Secretarial files of Manuel Lozano, 1920-1943
Series 1: Manuel Rionda y Polledo incoming correspondence 1896-1917
13 linear feet (31 boxes)
The material in this series was gathered from several disorganized files. They have been rearranged into a single alphabetical file. Arrangement is by the personal or corporate names of the correspondents. Series 1 consists of letters written to Manuel Rionda during the years 1896-1917 and complements the letterbooks found in Series 2. In the mid-1910s, Rionda began to keep a subject file containing both outgoing and incoming correspondence (See Series 10.) Rionda also kept separate files for Czarnikow-Rionda's internal memoranda and his correspondence with his nephews, Manuel Enrique Rionda and Bernardo Braga Rionda. (See Series 5 and Series 12.)
The earliest correspondence, dating from 1896, is mainly from family members in Spain and Cuba. Manuel's brother, Francisco, managed the Central Tuinucu, the family's estate in Sancti Spritus, Cuba. Francisco wrote many letters describing the effects of the Cuban war for independence from Spain. Francisco's correspondence and that of Manuel's sisters and nieces, recount the activities of guerrillas camping nearby, the arrival of General Weyler and his attempts to defeat the rebels, and the damage done to the sugar industry and Cuba. The family filed a successful damage claim to the government of the United States for which there is documentation. After Francisco's death in 1898, Manuel Rionda's brother-in-law, Pedro Alonso, took over the management of Tuinucu, and later Manuel E. Rionda, Jos B. Rionda, and D. A. Walsh assumed that position. Each of these men wrote extensively to Manuel Rionda, who wanted daily reports about all his holdings. There is also extensive correspondence from long-time business associates of Manuel Rionda, including Louis Plac, Ramon Pelayo, Tiburcio and Pedro Bea, Juan Ceballos, and Julio Rabel. Manuel Rionda followed their careers as they dissolved companies and formed new ones or took on colonos. He also took a personal interest in their families and educated several of their sons at academies in Maine and New York and found positions for them in his companies.
The Zevallos brothers, Rafael and Victor, figure prominently in this series. Victor Zevallos became the president of the Cuban Trading Company, which negotiated Czarnikow-Rionda's business and legal transactions in Cuba. Victor Zevallos and Higinio Fanjul, another nephew of Rionda, were known affectionately as the "Havana boys." Manuel E. Rionda and Bernardo Braga Rionda were called the "New York boys." Legal counsel for the Cuban Trading Company during this period was Manuel Rafael Angulo. There is extensive correspondence with John F. Craig and William J. Craig of the W. J. McCahan Sugar Refining Company of Philadelphia, principal backers for the Francisco Sugar Company. There are also detailed reports from some of the Francisco managers, Gabriel Menocal, Francisco Coma, Pedro Alonso, John Durham, Leandro Rionda, and Gerard Smith. They discuss daily management of problems, including acts of sabotage, deliberate fires, attempts by the workers to unionize and the response by managers, and the roles of the Cuban and United States governments in maintaining order on the island.
The Stewart Sugar Company, located in Camagey, was another major venture that involved Rionda. Subscribers included C. Czarnikow Ltd., D. Stewart and Company of Glasgow, and the law firm of Sullivan and Cromwell. There are files for each of these, as well as William Nelson Cromwell, Alfred Jaretski, and Francis Pollak, all of Sullivan and Cromwell. (See also Series 7.) Sullivan and Cromwell was also influential in the formation of the Manati Sugar Company in 1912. Eduardo Ulzurrun became the administrator of the Central Manati and filed detailed reports on the operations of the estate. His files include lists of colonos, petitions by the colonos and administration responses, his requests for United States forces to protect the property during rebellions, and even such details as menus for the workers. In addition to Tuinucu, Francisco, Stewart, and Manati, the series also contains smaller files on the following Cuban sugar factories: the Central Jobo and Central Julio (See files of Pedro Laborde), the Central Perservancia, and the Rosario Sugar Company. There are also files on Puerto Rican sugar companies including the Plazuela Sugar Company (see Eduardo Giorgetti) and the Loiza Sugar Company (see William S. Marr).
There are a wide variety of other correspondents--individual and corporate--represented in this series. These include heads of railroad companies and steamship lines, such as the Cuba Railroad Company and the Munson Steamship Line, American sugar refineries, machinery companies (see especially Honolulu Iron Works Company and the Krajewski-Pesant Corporation), banking interests such as J. and W. Seligman and Company (see files of Albert and Frederick Strauss), and several import-export agents. Another prominent business associate of Manuel Rionda was Walter E. Ogilvie. There are also files on the British stockholders in Czarnikow-Rionda. These include Charles Lagemann, Jules Ganzoni, Theodore Westrick, and George MacDougall.
1Abad, L. V. de (Washington D.C., New York).
1Aboy Benitez, R. (Aboy, Vidal and Co., San Juan, Puerto Rico). 1908-1913
1Aboy Benitez, R. (Aboy, Vidal and Co., San Juan, Puerto Rico). 1914-1917
1Abreu, Vicente G. (Santa Clara).
1Acosta, Jos R. (San Jos).
1Ahern, William (Guayabal).
1Alba y Gonzalez, Machinery Makers (Sagua la Grande).
1Alcaide, A. J. (Arroyo, Puerto Rico).
1Alfert, Rogelio (New York).
1Alfonso, Emilio (Havana).
1Allen, Frank E.
1Allen, Fred E. (Portland, Maine).
1Allen, Harriet B.
1Almers, Jos.
1Alonso, Jos (Hatuey).
1Alonso, Manuel (Madrid).
1Alonso, Pedro. 1909-1917
1Alonso, Pedro (Tuinuc). 1902-1908
1Alonso, Placido. 1902
1Alonso, Placido. Central San Vicente (Jovellanos). 1913
1Alonso, Placido. Central San Vicente (Jovellanos). 1914
1Alvarez, Bernardo (Tuinuc).
1Amblard, Arturo (Madrid).
1American Advisory Committee for the West Indies-YMCA.
1American Infusion Steel Process Co. Thompson, Alfred J.
1American Sugar Refining Co. (New Orleans).
2G. Amsinck and Co. (New York).
2Angulo, Andrs.
2Angulo, Charles. Attorney (New York).
2Angulo, Manuel Rafael. 1898-1899
2Angulo, Manuel Rafael. 1900
2Angulo, Manuel Rafael. Attorney. 1903-1905
2Angulo, Manuel Rafael (copies). 1909 December
2Angulo, Manuel Rafael. Attorney. 1909-1911
2Angulo, Manuel Rafael. Copies of Angulo's Letters to Czarnikow-Rionda.
2Angulo, Manuel Rafael. 1912-1916
3Antua, Manuel e Hijo. Boiler Makers. (Sagua la Grande).
3Aquino, D. (Guayabal).
3Arango, Miguel. Cuba Cane Sugar Corp. 1917
3Arbuckle Brothers.
3Arche, Carlos. Colonia "San Pablo" Francisco (Camagey).
3Arche, Corita. (Camagey).
3Arechabala y Aldama, Jos.
3Arenal, Pedro. Central Socorro Pedroso. 1905-1912
3Arenal, Pedro. 1915-1916
3Arrastia, Leopoldo de (New York).
3Atkins, Edwin. E. Atkins and Co. (Boston). 1917
3Atkinson, G. H. (Jersey City).
3Bacon, Daniel. Steamship agent (Havana).
3Bailey, Amy W. (New York).
3Balbin y Valle, J. Alejandro Buero (Cienfuegos).
3Ballesta, Sinesio (Sancti Spiritus).
3Banco Nacional de Cuba and Bank of Cuba in New York (Havana).
3Barraque y Rosales. Attorneys.
3Barri, B. (Havana).
3Bates, W. H. Physician for Rionda (New York).
3T. Bea and Co. Tiburcio and Pedro Bea (Matanzas). 1896-1899
3T. Bea and Co. Tiburcio and Pedro Bea (Matanzas). 1897-1907
3Beall, John (New York).
3Beard, Anson McCook. (New York).
3Bedriana, Angel. Colonias "Digna" y "Punta Felipe" (Punta Felipe, Cuba). 1912-1916
3Bedriana, Angel. Colonias "Digna" y "Punta Felipe" (Punta Felipe, Cuba). 1917
3Bedts, Albert de. Baker Carver and Morrell Cotton Duck (New York/Chicago office). 1915-1917
3Bedts, Alice de.
3Beguiristan, Jos Maria. Destileria "El Infierno" (Sagua la Grande).
4Behn Brothers (San Juan, Puerto Rico).
4Bellido, Eduardo M. (Havana).
4Benjamin, F. J. (London).
4Benjamin, G.
4Beola, Jos H. Beola and Co.; Tacaj Sugar Co. (Gibara). 1915-1916
4Beola, Jos H. Tacaj Sugar Corp. 1917
4Berks and Co. (Philadelphia).
4Bernaly, N. (Havana).
4Berwind, Edward J. (New York).
4Betancourt, Frank A. (Pancho) (Havana).
4Bianchi, Juan. Sucesores de Bianchi (Mayagez).
4Bingel, Henry (New York).
4Boston Molasses Co. Felix Tausig (Boston).
4Boulanger, P. Engineer (Havana).
4Bourman, Henry A.
4Braga, George.
4Braga Rionda de Antua, Josefa (daughter of Bibiana Rionda).
4C. Brauet and Co. (Santiago de Cuba).
4Bravo, Francisco E. Colonias del No. 1 Central "Jaqueyal" (Camagey).
4Brenchley, Harry S. The Durand Co. (New York).
4Brooklyn Warehouse and Storage Co.
4Brooks, Theodore. Ingenio Central Romelie (Guantanamo).
4Brown, C. C. (New York).
4D. W. Burbage and Company, Ship agents (Lewes, Delaware).
4Bustamante, Antonio S. de. Attorney (Havana). 1911-1914
4Bustamante, Antonio S. de. Attorney (Havana). 1915
4Bustamante, Antonio S. de. Attorney (Havana). 1916
4Bustamante, Antonio S. de. Attorney (Havana). 1917
4Bustamante, Pancho de. (Havana).
4Butler, John. Pelham Country Club. (New York).
5Calvary Cemetery. St. Patrick's Cathedral.
5Caizares, Juan. Translator. (Chalchicomula, Mexico).
5Cardovas, G. (Cienfuegos).
5Carlisle, G. H. (New York).
5Carlisle, Mary Helen.
5Carol, Gabriel. Central Aguada (Aguada de Pascojeras).
5Carricaburn, Guillermo (Havana).
5Cartazo, Eduardo (Morristown).
5Carter, Ledyard, and Milburn. Attorneys. (New York).
5Castao, Nicolas (Cienfuegos).
5Castro Lpez, Luis. Olcott, Mestre and Gonzalez, Attorneys. (New York).
5Ceballos, Juan. 1st Company Military Police, 27th Division, U.S.A.
5Ceballos, J. M. and Co. (New York).
5Ceballos, Lulu W.
5Central Cuban Sugar Company (New York).
5Central "El Lugareo" (San Ignacio, Cuba).
5Central "Macareo".
5Central Tuinuc Sugar Cane Mfg. Co. (Tuinuc).
5Central Vannina (San Juan, Puerto Rico).
5Chase, A. F. Maine Wesleyan Seminary (Kent's Hill, Maine).
5Chatham National Bank (New York).
5Church, George Dudley. Headmaster, The Abbott School (Farmington, Maine).
5Cisneros, M. (Tuinuc).
5Clark, Juan M. ( Krawjewski and Pesant Co. Erie Basin Iron Works) (New York).
5Clark, Lucas A. (Havana).
5Clarke, Harry E. H. E. Clarke and Co., Commission Merchants and Manufacturers' Agents (New York).
5Clarke, Joseph I. C. The East and West News Bureau (New York).
5Clarke, Robert. Nephew of Manuel Rionda (New York).
5Clarke, William J. Nephew of Manuel Rionda and attorney. (New York).
6Colonial Trust Co. (New York).
6Columbia Trust Company (New York).
6Colunga, C. Gregorio. Tienda Tuinuc.
6Coma, Francisco. (Barcelona). 1899-1908
6Coma, Francisco. Yngenio San Jos (Hatuey). 1909
6Coma, Francisco. Cuban Trading Co. (Havana). 1910
6Coma, Francisco. Washington Sugar Co. (Hatuey). 1911
6Coma, Francisco. Vice President, Cuban Tradin g Co. (Havana). 1912-1913
7Conill and Archbold (Havana).
7Conlon, George (Englewood, New Jersey).
7"Constancia" estate. (Cienfuegos).
7Corliss, W. F. (On voting for directors of the Stewart Sugar Co.) (New York).
7Costello, E. Henry. Adirondack Cottage Sanitorium (Trudeau, New York).
7Country Club of Havana.
7Country Club Realty Co. (Havana).
7Crabb, Eugenio (Cienfuegos).
7Craib, William W. (London).
7Craig, John F. 1897-1901
7Craig, John F. John F. Craig and Co. (Philadelphia). 1902-1907
7Craig, John F. (Philadelphia). 1909-1912
7Craig, John F. (Philadelphia). 1914-1915
7Craig, John F. (Philadelphia). 1915
7Craig, William J., John F. Craig and Co. (Philadelphia). 1897-1909
7Craig, William J. (Philadelphia). 1910-1911
7Craig, William J. (Philadelphia). 1912
7Craig, William J. (Philadelphia). 1915-1916
8Crawford Mfg. Co. Bicycles (New York).
8Crespo, J. Mariano (Mexico) Krajewski Pesant Co.
8Cromwell, William Nelson (New York).
8Cronier, G. (London) Henry Graves and Co. Limited.
8Cruz Roja Espaol.
8Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation (New York). 1916
8The Cuban-American League.
8The Cuban-American Sugar and Land Co. (New York).
8Cuervo y Pagliery. Importadores de maquinaria (Havana).
8Cuestes, Rafael (Bogat).
8Curtin and Brockie. Insurance (Philadelphia). 1909, 1915
8Curtis, F. Kings (New York) Curtis, Mallet-Prevost and Colt.
8Curtis, William Edmund (New York) Curtis, Mallet-Prevost and Colt, Attorneys.
8Curtis, W. J. (Havana).
8Cushman, Rufus (Boston) Rufus C. Cushman and Co.
8Cuyas, Antonio (New York) Compaia del Ferrocarril de Acmbaro Quertaro, S. A.
8Cuyas, Arturo (New York).
8Cuyas, Juan (Mexico City).
8Czarnikow, C. (London).
8Czarnikow, MacDougall and Co. 1902
8Davis, Octavio E. (Havana) Davis and Brach Engineers.
8DeFord, Henry (Puerto Rico).
8De Lamar, J. R. (New York).
8Del Monte, E. A. (Havana).
8Department of State (Washington).
8Desvernine y Lanuza (Havana) Attorneys.
8Devens, Clifford.
8Diaz de Clark, Concepcin.
8Diaz Garaigorta, Francisco (Havana).
8Diaz, Lcas A. (Matanzas) Central Flix.
8Diaz, Lucrecia (Matanzas).
8Diaz, Miguel (Chucho Pueblo Nuevo).
9Dittenhoefer, Gerber and James (New York) Attorneys.
9Dos Passos, John R. (New York) Dos Passos Bros and Mitchell.
9Doty, Elena F. Wife of Oliver K. Doty and daughter of Francisco Rionda.
9Doty, Oliver K. (Tuinuc).
9Downie, A. M. (Glasglow) D. Stewart and Co. Ltd., General Engineers. London Road Ironworks.
9Drake, W. (New York) G. H. Finlay and Co. 1917
9Dubois y Boulanger Engineers (Havana).
9Dubois and Taylor Real Estate (New York).
9Dubois, Henry P. Engineering Securities Corp and Matanzas-American Sugar Co.
9Dumar, Francis. DeFord and Co. (San Juan).
9Dumois, Alfredo.
9Durham, John S. Francisco Sugar Co.
9Escarr, Juan. Ca. Azucarera Elia. (Sancti Spiritus). 1915-1916
9Estrada, Enrique (Matanzas).
9Estrada, Luis F. (Brooklyn).
9Estrada, Rafael (Havana).
9Estrada, Vicente (son of Rafael Estrada).
9Ervesun, Francisco. Electra Industrial de Gijon.
9Fabian, Rafael (San Juan).
9Fanjul, Alonso (Gijon).
9Fanjul, Higinio.
9Fanjul, Joseph.
9Fanjul, Maria (Estrada). (Daughter of Rafael Estrada and wife of Hinigio Fanjul).
9Far, Jos Maria (Havana).
9Feliz Sugar Company (New York).
9Fernandez, Albert.
9Fernandez, Antonio (Havana).
9Fernandez, Nicasio (New York) Nephew of Manuel Rionda.
9Fernandez, Manuel.
9Ferrara, Orestes. Garcia, Ferrara y Divi, Attorneys (Havana).
10Ferrer, Abelardo (Havana).
10Ferrer, J. (Cienfuegos).
10Ferro-Carril Unidos. Robert M. Orr (Havana).
10Finlay, Lance G. (Los Ranchos).
10Fiske, John S. (New York) Stewart Sugar Co.
10Fluriach, Salvador. Colono at Central Francisco.
10Forbes, Mildred S. 1917
10Fortunez, J.
10Francisco Sugar Company.
10Francke, Luis V. (New York).
10Frazier, George H. (Philadelphia).
10Gaines, C. C. (Poughkeepsie, New York) Bookkeeping, Shorthand Schools.
10Galban, L. S. (Havana) Galban and Company.
10Galbe, Pascual (Havana) Galban and Co.
10Galds, D. A., VP of the Cuba Railroad Company.
10Galindez y Aldama, A. (Matanzas).
10Gamba, F. (Havana) F. Gamba and Co.
10Ganzoni, Jules (See also C. Czarnikow).
10Garcia, Jos T.(Hoboken, New Jersey).
10Garcia, Laurentino (Matanzas) Central Progreso.
10Garcia, Paulino (Hyde Park).
10Garcia Conde, Jos (Santa Clara).
10Garcia Rubio, Manuel (Sancti Spiritus).
10Garcia Vigil, Sixto (Matanzas).
10Garfalo y Morales, Francisco G. (Havana).
10Geerlings, H. C. Prinsen (Amsterdam).
10Gilbert, Eliot and Co. (New York).
10Gillespie, Colin (New York) Gillespie Bros and Co.
10Gillot, M. I. (Manzanillo).
10Gilmour, John. (New York) Arbuckle Bros.
10Gimnez, J. Adalberto (Havana) Attorney.
10Giorgetti, Eduardo (San Juan) Plazuela Sugar Co.
10Glover, C. R. Glover-Cuban Land Co. Palenque Plantation.
10Leon Godchaux Company, Limited, Sugar Producers (New Orleans).
10Goicochea, Pascual. Ingenio "Providencia" (Gines).
11Goichochea, Pedro. Central Gratitude (Manacas).
11Goldman, Herman. (New York) Attorney.
11Gomes, Julio (New York).
11Gomez-Mena Sugar Co (Andrs Gomez-Mena, Pedro Gomez-Mena, Amistad Sugar Co., Madruga Sugar Co).
11Gonzalez, A. C. (New York).
11Gonzalez, Victor.
11Goode, J. Paul (University of Chicago Department of Geography).
11Gordillo, Emilio Colonia Sitio Viejo, Central Francisco.
11Gordon, D. H.
11Gordon, John Alexander (Montreal).
11W. R. Grace and Co.
11Graham, William (London) Nicholson, Graham and Jones, Attorneys.
11Graumpera, Lopez Valle and Co (Havana).
11Gregory, Amancio.
11Grein, J. T. (London) Wellerstein, Krause and Co.
11Griffin, W. A. (New York) Gillespie Bros and Co.
11Gris, Miguel S. (Havana).
11Guaranty Trust Company of New York.
11Guedes, Salvador. Central Feliz (Union de Reyes).
11Guggenheimer, Untermeyer and Marshall.
11Gum, Joaqun (Havana).
11Gutirrez, Fernando.
11Gutirrez, J. M. (Havana).
11Gutirrez, Laureano F. Central Andreita (Cruces).
11Gutirrez, Primitivo (Sancti Spiritus).
11Gutirrez Queirs, Manuel (Ca. Azucarera de Carahatas).
11Haba, A. de la (Santurce, Puerto Rico).
11Hagstrom, George F. (Chicago).
11Hall, Frank L. (New York) Attorney.
11Hammand, Philip. United Railways of Havana.
11Harding, Edmund F. (New York).
11Harrington, Edwin (Edwin Harrington, Son and Co, Inc Machine Tools).
11Haskins and Sells (CPAs) (New York).
11Hatton, Frank.
11Havana Central Railroad Co.
11Havemeyer, Horace (New York).
11Hawley, R. B. (Cuban-American Sugar Co).
11Hedermann, Carl Honolulu Iron Works (Honolulu).
11Heraldo de Cuba.
11Herrara, Jos Maria (Havana).
11Hilgert, Ana C. (Guayabal/Vassar).
11Himely, H. A.
11Hine, Earl (Tuinuc).
11Hine, William S (New York) Stanford, Hine and Fish Insurance.
11Honolulu Iron Works (Honolulu).
12Jacobs, A. (Tapachula, Chiapas, Mexico).
12Jaretzki, Alfred (New York).
12Jarvie, James N. (New York).
12Jimenes, Pilar. Widow of Julio Infante.
12Jorcano, Conchita (New York) goddaughter of ?.
12Kantstein, A. J. (New York).
12Kelly, Hugh (New York).
12Kelly, J. M.
12Kennedy, Crammond (Washington) Attorney.
12King, C. L. (Manacas).
12King, Charles N. New Jersey Corporations Agency (Jersey City, New Jersey).
12Klein, Charles Attorney, in reference to food sent to the Belgian Soldiers' Fund.
12Kleinwort, Sons and Co (London/Liverpool).
12Kohly, Ricardo (Havana) The Liverpool and London and Globe.
12Krajewski-Pesant Corporation.
12Krumbhaar, Hugh M. Engineering--Construction (New York).
12Laborde, Pedro (Havana). 1905-1911
12Laborde, Pedro (Havana). 1912-1915
12Laborde, Pedro (Havana). 1916-1917
12Lackawanna Steel Company. E. A. S. Clarke, President.
12Lagemann, B.
12Lagemann, Charles.
12Lagemann, Eric.
12Lamborn, A. H. Sugar Broker for J. M. Greene and Co.
12Larrondo, Jos E. (Sagua la Grande).
12Larrondo, Manuela and Pablo (Sagua la Grande).
12Larrondo, Ygnacio (Sagua la Grande).
12Larrowe Construction Co.
12Lavin, J. Manuel Notary (Havana).
12Law, John (London).
12Law, William A. President, First National Bank, Philadelphia.
12Lawton, Kate.
12Lea Bermudez, Francisco de (Spanish Legation, Washington, D.C.).
12Lee, Samuel (New York).
12Lefferts, William H.
12Leggart, G. B.
12Lelong, P. A. Attorney (New Orleans).
12Lemmon, William.
12Leonardo, Pedro R.
12Lewin, Jules. Lewin and Bendit (Brussels).
12Lillie, A. Morris President, the Sugar Apparatus Mfg Co (Philadelphia).
12Linares Signal officer, Department of Matanzas and Santa Clara.
12Linares, Carlos (Kent's Hill, Maine).
12Linares, Gustavo Gould's Academy (Bethel, Maine).
12Linares, Jos Julian Hebron Academy (Hebron, Maine).
13Linares, Julian. Bea and Co (Matanzas).
13Lobo, H. (Havana) Galvan and Co.
13Lodge, F. S., soil analyst.
13Longa, Marcos A. (Havana).
13Lopez, Francisco.
13Lopez, Rafael B. (Tuinuc).
13Lord, Day and Lord (New York).
13Lozano, Manuel. 1917
13Luria, Freire and Co (Steamship Agents).
13Lynch, W. F. Cuba Company.
13Maas, H. C. Accountant (New York).
13MacDougall, George.
13MacFarland, Donald.
13Machado, F. P. (Sagua la Grande).
13Maclachlan, William (Cuba Cane Sugar Corp.).
13Mahiques, Antonio.
13Maloney and Harding, Attorneys. William P. Maloney and Edmund F. Harding.
13Manati Sugar Co.
13Manzanilla, J. J.
13Marr, W. S. Central de Canvanas (Canvanas, Puerto Rico).
13Marsans, R. (Mexico).
13Martel, Jos Prez (Ceiba Mocha).
13Martinez, A. J.
13Martinez, Fermin. Martinez and Co (Caibarien).
13Martinez, J. (Caibarien).
13Martinez, Manuel.
13Martinez, Salvador.
13Martinez, Santiago. Martinez y Arias.
13Martinez y Arias (Cardenas).
13Martinez Diaz, Joseph J. (Puerto Principe).
14Marwick, Mitchell, Peat and Co. Accountants (New York).
14Mason, R. United Railways of the Havana and Regla Warehouses.
14Matanzas-American Sugar Co.
14Matheson, William J. (Cocoanut Grove, Fla.).
14Maxwell, French J. Chaparra Sugar Co.
14McCahan, W. J. (Sugar Refining Co) (Philadelphia).
14McClure, John and David. Attorneys/Landlords of Elena Rionda (New York).
14McCormick, J. C.
14McCulloch, Hugh (New York).
14McKenna, William L. (New York).
14Mechanics and Traders Bank (New York).
14Mederos, Pedro. Commission Merchant (Cardenas).
14Menendez, Jos Maria.
14Mendoza, Miguel G. Ingenio Santa Gertrudis.
14Menocal, Gabriel (Havana).
14Menocal, Mario G. President of Cuba.
14Mesa, Jos Y.
14Mesa, Hanibal.
14Meyer, Eugene (New York).
14Michaelis, J. H.
14Millas y Co.
14Milliken Brothers (Edward F. and Foster). Civil Engineers and Contractors (Brooklyn).
14Mir Ruas, Lorenzo (Barcelona).
14Mirrlees Watson Co, Ltd (Glasgow).
14Miscellaneous. 1911-1913
14Molinet and Casas. Commissions and consignations. (Tunas de Zaza).
14Montane, Dr. Luis. Facultad de Paris (Havana).
14Monteverde de Gondie, Luz de (Havana).
14Moorman, Mary (Mrs. M. C. Moorman).
14Morales, Jos Miguel. Morales and Co (Ponce, Puerto Rico).
14Moreno Company. Antonio Cuyas (New York).
14Muker, L. H. Cuban Commercial and Industrial Co (Central San Vicente, Jovellanos, Cuba).
14Mulaban, Thomas C. Secretary/Treasurer of the Francisco Sugar Co.
14Mumford, Philip G. (Central San Cristobal, Puerto Rico).
14Muniz, Miguel (Manzanillo).
14Munoz, L. R.
14Munson, C. W. Munson Steamship Line.
15National Art Theatre Society.
15National Bank of Commerce.
15National Cash Register Co.
15National Sugar Refining Co of New Jersey.
15Navarrete, M. (Jiguani, Oriente).
15Navarro, Federico (Havana).
15Nazabal, Domingo Cienfuegos Coal Co.
15Nazarredo, Eduardo de. Ship Broker.
15Neidlinger, Samuel and Charles, R. Insurance and Bonding. (New York).
15Newhall, George M. Newhall Engineering Co (Philadelphia).
15New Jersey Title Guarantee and Trust Co.
15Newton, J. O. and W. W. Norcross. Maine Weslayan Seminary (Kent's Hill, Maine).
15New York Telephone Co.
15New York Trust Co.
15Nieberg, Hubert.
15Norcrosse, W. W. Maine Weslayan Seminary. Kent's Hill, Maine.
15Novoa, Eloy. (Rancho Veloz).
15Obras, Amado (Newark, New Jersey).
15Ogilvie, Walter E. (New York). 1909-1913
15Ogilvie, Walter E. 1914-1915
15Ogilvie, Walter E. 1916
15Ogilvie, Walter E. 1917
15Olay, Pelayo G.
15Olazar, Lorenzo. La Vezcaina, Ferreteria, Olazar y Tome (Sancti Spiritus).
16O'Neill, Alexander R. Central San Cristobal.
16Orchard, W. H. Architect (New York).
16Ordonez, A. (Havana).
16Orr, Robert M. (Tuinucu).
16Otaduy, Manuel (Havana).
16Packard School (New York).
16Pardonner, W. S. (Oxford Construction Company).
16Park, Albert (South Paris, Maine).
16Parker, Benjamin (Boston).
16Pascual, Enrique (Central Mercedita, Malena del Sur).
16Pavenstedt, Adolf.
16Pedro y Roig, Jos (Havana).
16Pelayo, Julio Gomez.
16Pelayo, Ramon. 1897-1900
16Pelayo, Ramon. 1900-1903
16Pelayo, Ramon. 1904-1909
16Pelayo, Ramon. 1910-1913
16Pelayo, Ramon. 1914
16Pelayo, Ramon. 1915
16Pelayo, Ramon. 1916
16Pelayo, Ramon. 1917
16Pelayo de Angulo, Luisa.
16Peraltay, Javier.
16Peraza, Florencio. Colonia Fe.
17Perez de la Riva, Demetrio (Havana).
17Perez-Ortiz and Valle (Cienfuegos).
17Pesant, Alfonso. Krajewski-Pesant Co (New York).
17Philadelphia Trust Co. F. E. Mawe, Sullivan and Cromwell, Francis Pollack.
17Piedra, Joaquin (Matanzas and Central Francisco).
17Piedra, Harry.
17Piedra, Isabel.
17Piedra, Pedro N. (Flatbush) Son of Joaquin Piedra, brother-in-law of Ramon Pelayo.
17Piedra, Tomas.
17Piedrahita, Mr. (Yngenio San Pedro).
17Pimienta, E.
17Place, Louis V. 1898-1911, 1915
17Plasencia, Jos M., engineer (Sancti Spiritus).
17Pollack, Francis D. (Sullivan and Cromwell, attorneys) (New York).
17Portela de las Fuentes, Enrique (Aguacate).
17Produce Exchange Trust Co. (New York).
17Prosser, Seward. President of Bankers Trust Co.
17Puig, Emilio (New York).
17Pupin, Amelia. Cares for Silvestre Rionda (Elizabeth, New Jersey).
17Quesada, Joseph (Abbott School) (Farmington, Maine).
17Quesada, Perez and Co, merchants (Havana).
17Rabel, Gaston (Yngenio San Jos). 1908-1916
17Rabel, Julio B. 1897
17Rabel, Julio B. 1898
17Rabel, Julio B. 1899
18Rabel, Julio B. January-April 1900
18Rabel, Julio B. May-December 1900
18Rabel, Julio B. 1901
18Rabel, Julio B. 1902
18Rabel, Julio B. 1903
18Rabel, Julio B. 1904
19Rabel, Julio B. January-June 1905
19Rabel, Julio B. July-December 1905
19Rabel, Julio B. 1906
19Rabel, Julio B. 1909
19Rabel, Julio B. 1915-1916
19Rabel, Louis (New York).
19Rasco, Federico.
19Rasco, Manuel. Larrondo and Co (Sagua la Grande).
19Real, Juan (Santiago de Cuba).
19Reed, Henry R.
19Rennard, J. C.
20Revere Sugar Refinery (Boston).
20Rey de Castro, Felix (New York).
20F. Ricart and Co (Importers).
20Rionda, Don Bernardo (Novena, Spain).
20Rionda, China (Sancti Spiritus).
20Rionda y Polledo, Gregoria (Sancti Spiritus).
20Rionda y Polledo, Isidora (Sancti Spiritus).
20Rionda, Esperanza (daughter of Francisco, niece of Manuel).
20Rionda y Polledo, Francisco "Pancho". January-March 1897
20Rionda y Polledo, Francisco "Pancho". April-December 1897
20Rionda y Polledo, Francisco "Pancho". January-March 15, 1898
20Rionda y Polledo, Francisco "Pancho". March 18-July 1898
20Rionda, Jos B. (Tuinucu).
21Rionda, Leandro. 1896-1917
21Rionda, Manuel Enrique. 1907
21Rionda y Tanjul, Maria (Gijon).
21Rionda y Polledo, Ramona (Norena).
21Rionda, Salvador.
21Rionda, Silvestre (Colonia La Esperanza).
21Rivero, Nicolas.
21Roche, Milton (Hackensack, New Jersey).
21Rodriguez, Balbino. Fabrica de Trubia.
21Rodriguez, Belica (Mrs. Charles).
21Rodriguez, J. B.
21Rodriguez, Pedro (Havana).
21Rogers, B. T.
21Rohl, Fred R. (New York) Rohl and Kuhne.
21Ronde, Abraham de.
21Rowe, W.
21Roza, Gil de la.
21Roza, Gil de la (Havana).
21Royal Bank of Canada.
21Rosario Sugar Co. 1897-1898
21Rosario Sugar Co, War Claims. 1898
21Rosario Sugar Co. 1899
22Roza, Joaquin de la (Hebron, Maine).
22Rubens, H. S. (Cuba Distilling Co).
22Ruggles, Horace F., mechanical engineer (New York/Havana).
22Rusche, Auguste.
22Sabin, Charles (Guaranty Trust Co of New York).
22Sainz, Martinez and Co (Matanzas).
22Sainz, Jos.
22Sanchez Campo, Juan.
22Sanchez Sarachaga, M. (Santander).
22Sanchez e Yxnaga, Saturnino (Trinidad de la Cuba).
22Sanders, Emil (Hamburg).
22Sargent, W. E. (Sturtevant Hall, Hebron Academy).
22Schmidlapp, Carl J. (V.P., Chase National Bank, New York).
22Schnugg, Francis J. (New York).
22J. Henry Schroder and Co (London).
22Schultze, Carl (London).
22Seiglie, Francisco (Havana).
22Seligman, Issac N., Henry J. and W. 1917
22Shelden, Allen (Philadelphia).
22Shepherd, W. G. (Shepherd Engineering and Automobile Co, Seneca Falls, New York).
22Sickels, Myra B., Cornwallis Lodge (Alpine on the Hudson, New Jersey).
22Silveira, Ricardo J. (Matanzas).
22Simpson, Thatcher and Bartlett, Attorneys.
22Smith and Davis (Havana).
22Smith and Schipper (New York).
22Smith, Alfred Gilbert (New York).
22Smith, Alfred Gilbert (V.P., New York and Cuba Mail Steamship Co).
22Smith, F. Gerard (Francisco Sugar Co). 1916
22Smith, F. Gerard (Francisco Sugar Co). 1917
22Smith, Miller A. (Smith, Ames and Chisolm, Consulting Engineers).
22Snare and Triest Co, Engineers.
22Sobrinos de Bea (Matanzas).
22Sobrinos de Ezquiaga (San Juan).
22Sotelo, Raul (Westbrook, Seminary, Portland, Maine).
22Souza, Frederick.
22Speculator's Bureau (New York).
22Speir and Barlett, attorneys (New York).
22Spencer, Trask and Co.
22Spreckels, Claus (San Francisco).
22Stewart Sugar Co.
22Stirling Company (Boilers) (New York).
23Stirling Debenture Corp (The American Telephone Co).
23Stirling, J. Hamilton (Homestead Academy, Cranford, New Jersey).
23Stoddart, A. R. (New York Underwriters Agency). 1903-1917
23Strauss, Albert (J. W. Seligman and Co). 1913-1915
23Strauss, Albert (J. W. Seligman and Co). 1916
23Strauss, Albert (J. W. Seligman and Co). 1917
23Strauss, Frederick (J. W. Seligman and Co). 1913-1916
23Strauss, Frederick (J. W. Seligman and Co). 1917
23Suares, Miguel (Gallo y Hijo).
23Suarez, Manuel (Berwind-White Coal Mining Co).
23Suarez Leseur, Alberto.
23Suarez, P. M. 1913-1916
23Sullivan and Cromwell. 1908-1913
23Sullivan and Cromwell. 1914-1915
24Sullivan and Cromwell. 1916
24Sullivan and Cromwell. 1917
24Sun Insurance (Fire Insurance on Tuinucu, London).
24Suris, Jos (Matanzas).
24Suzarte, Eduardo (Suzarte and Whitney, New York).
24Swift, Frederick R. (Underwood, Van Horst and Hoyt, attorneys).
24Swift, T. W. K. (Cuba Cane Sugar Corp).
24Syme, J. B. (Hacienda Paramonga).
24Tarafa, Jorge M. (Central Flora and Central Cuba). 1909-1914
24Tarafa, Jorge M. 1915
24Tarafa, Jorge M. 1916
24Tarafa, Jorge M. 1917
24Taussig, J. R. (The American Molasses Co of New York).
24Terry, Emilio (Central Caracas, Cruces).
24Thomas, Dwight P. (New Jersey).
24Thomas, W. B.
24Thompson, Alfred J. (Havana).
24Thompson, William N. (Tuinucu).
25Thompson-O'Brien Engineering Co (A. J. Thompson) (Havana). 1900
25Toca, Joaquin Sanchez de (Madrid). 1906-?
25Tomasino, Delfin (Sagua la Grande). 1901
25Toro, C. 1916
25Torres, Miguel de la (Bea and Co) (Matanzas). 1897-1906
25Torres, Ramon (Sancti Spiritus). 1899
25Torriente y Broch (attorneys, Havana). 1913-1914
25Torriente, Andres (Matanzas). 1910
25Torriente, Cosme de la (Dolz y Torriente, attorneys) (Havana). 1907-1912
25Torriente Rionda, Elena de la (widow of Francisco Rionda). 1897-1915
25Torriente, J. Edela (Aguacate). 1903-1916
25Torriente, Pedro. 1903
25Tous, Jos (Havana). 1906
25Treasury Department, New York.
25Trefether, H. E. (cross-reference with Julio Ynfante), Kent's Hill, Maine. 1900-1902
25Trowbridge, G. G. 1915
25Trowbridge, G. G.(Tacajo Sugar Co). 1917
25Trowbridge, H. L. 1916
25Truffin, Regino (R. Truffin and Co), Cienfuegos. 1903-1911
25Truffin, Regino, Cienfuegos. 1912
25Truffin, Regino. 1913
25Truffin, Regino. 1914
26Truffin, Regino. 1915
26Truffin, Regino. 1916
26Truffin, Regino. 1917
26Trust Co of Cuba. 1915
26Tuicunu Sugar Co.
26Ulzurrun, Eduardo Diez de. Central Manati. 1913-1915
26Ulzurrun, Eduardo Diez de. Manati Sugar Co. 1916
26Ulzurrun, Eduardo Diez de. Manati Administrator. January 1917-May 1917
26Ulzurrun, Eduardo Diez de. Manati Administrator. June 1917-December 1917
27United Fruit Company. 1915-1916
27United States Food Administration. 1917
27Underwood, Van Vorst and Hoyt, attorneys (New York). 1910
27Untermyer, Samuel (Guggenheimer, Untermyer and Marshall, attorneys) (New York). 1909-1910
27Urquiza y Bea, Pedro. 1899-1916
27Urquiza y Bea, Pedro. 1917
27Valle, Aciselo del. 1913-1916
27Valle, Faustino (Guayas). 1910
27Valle, Francisco L. del (Havana). 1899-1915
27Valle Yznaga, J. M. del (Hobbs, Del Valle Yznaga and Co, importers, New York). 1900-1907
27Valle, Luis del (Heir to Francisco del Valle). 1916-1917
27Valle, Ramon del, Cienfuegos. 1903
27Valle, U. del (New York). 1899
27G. Valles y Perez (El Caballo Andaluz, importers) (Havana).
27Van Horne, W. C. (New York). 1905-1915
27Van Horst, Marshall and Smith. 1912-1916
27Vaux, L. Baker (William C. Baker Heating and Supply Co) (New York). 1910
27Vega, Jos (Vega, Capetillo and Co) (Cienfuegos).
27Vega, Sergio de la (Havana). 1897-1910
27Venzara, B. (Sancti Spiritus). 1900
27Vila, Aguilano (Machinery Installation) (Havana). 1909-1910
27Villalba, J. S. (Havana). 1900
27Villalon, Manuel (Cienfuegos). 1899
27Villarinos, R. M. (Havana).
27Violet Sugar Co (Aguedita). 1917
27Vorhees, S. H. (Royal Bank of Canada). 1911
27Wakelee, Thornall and Wright, attorneys.
28Walsh, D. A. (Washington Sugar Co and Tuinucu Sugar Co). 1909-1916
28Wanamaker, John (New York). 1910
28James E. Ward and Co, Inc (New York and Cuba Mail Steamship Co) (Havana). 1903
28Warner, Mrs. E. T. (Wilmington).
28Washington Sugar Co. 1910-1915
28Webster, J. L. 1915
28Wesbrick, J. H. 1909
28Westervelt, John S. (Builder). 1913-1915
28Whigham, G. H. (President, Cuba Company). 1915
28White, Thomas R. (Alpine Land Co).
28Whitney, __. 1905
28Williams and Haig, Real Estate Brokers (New York). 1899
28Williams Shipping Agency (Ramon M. Williams, Agent). 1910
28Willson, W. B. (Baltimore). 1911-1916
28Wilsey, O. J., M.D. (Amityville, New York). 1899
28Wilson, J. C., Jr. (New York). 1902-1903
28Wilson, Nathaniel (Attorneys, Spanish Treaty Claims) (Washington, D.C.). 1903-1905
28Winters, Mrs. A. H. (Kent's Hill). 1910
28Winthrop, Bronson (Attorneys) (New York).
28Witte, Pablo (Cienfuegos). 1898-1899
28Wood, Clifford (Jackson and Wood attorneys, New York). 1897
28Wood, William M. (President, American Woolen Co). 1915
28Woodruff, A. (Brooklyn Wharf and Warehouse Co, New York). 1897
28Ximeno, A. de (Cuba Cane Sugar Corp). 1917
28Yates, Frederick W. (Attorney, New York). 1908
28Ybarra, Lorenzo de. 1915
28Yglesias, Luis Manuel (Matanzas). 1900-1903
28YMCA for the West Indies. 1911-1917
28Ynfante, Julio (Havana). 1897-1911
28Yngelmo and Martinez (Hatuey). 1911
28Young, Horatio. 1915
28Younie, G. S. (Armour and Co). 1915
28Yznaga, Feliz (Havana). 1907
28Yzquierdo Castillo, Aurelio (Puerto Principe). 1903
28Zalduondo, Benito (Chamber of Commerce, Puerto Rico). 1916
28Zaul, Jesse (Philadelphia). 1897
28J. R. Zell and Miguel Gongora (Colonia "La Victoria," Manati). 1913-1916
29Zevallos, Rafael. 1899-1909
29Zevallos, Rafael. 1910-1917
29Zevallos, Victor (Cuba Trading Co). 1905-1909
29Zevallos, Victor (Cuba Trading Co). 1910-1912
29Zevallos, Victor (Cuba Trading Co). 1911
29Zevallos, Victor (Cuba Trading Co). 1912
30Zevallos, Victor (Cuba Trading Co). 1913
30Zevallos, Victor (Cuba Trading Co). January 1914-May 1914
30Zevallos, Victor (Cuba Trading Co). June 1914-December 1914
30Zevallos, Victor (Cuba Trading Co). January 1915-April 1915
30Zevallos, Victor (Cuba Trading Co). May 1915-December 1915
31Zevallos, Victor (Cuba Trading Co). 1916
31Zevallos, Victor (Cuba Trading Co). March 1917-July 1917
31Zevallos, Victor (Cuba Trading Co). August 1917-December 1917
31Zimmerman and Forshay (Bankers) (New York). 1903
31Zulueta, Enrique de. 1916
31Unidentified. 1898-1914
Series 2: Manuel Rionda y Polledo private letterbooks 1897-1943
15.3 linear feet (92 volumes)
Series 2 is the major letterbook series in Record Group 2 and contains copies of Manuel Rionda's outgoing correspondence written from his New York office. Each volume has a name index with the page number of each entry. Confidential letters written by Rionda were kept in separate books (Series 4), as were letters written during his trips to Cuba during the sugar harvest (Series 3).
Correspondence is in both Spanish and English and is mostly typewritten. Of the original ninety-five volumes three are missing--volumes 1, 2, and 86.
3Letterbook. 5/8/1897-11/5/1898
4Letterbook. 11/7/1898-5/16/1899
5Letterbook. 5/16/1899-9/8/1899
6Letterbook. 9/8/1899-2/10/1900
7Letterbook. 2/10/1900-5/19/1900
8Letterbook. 5/21/1900-8/28/1900
9Letterbook. 8/28/1900-2/9/1901
10Letterbook. 2/9/1901-5/14/1901
11Letterbook. 5/14/1901-1/20/1902
12Letterbook. 1/21/1902-6/7/1902
13Letterbook. 6/7/1902-3/21/1903
14Letterbook. 3/21/1903-10/14/1903
15Letterbook. 10/14/1903-6/11/1904
16Letterbook. 6/13/1904-3/24/1905
17Letterbook. 3/24/1905-8/18/1905
18Letterbook. 8/19/1905-4/11/1906
19Letterbook. 3/29/1906-9/14/1906
20Letterbook. 9/14/1906-6/14/1907
21Letterbook. 6/14/1907-10/8/1907
22Letterbook. 10/8/1907-6/19/1908
23Letterbook. 6/19/1908-4/1/1909
24Letterbook. 4/1/1909-9/30/1909
25Letterbook. 9/30/1909-4/8/1910
26Letterbook. 4/8/1910-7/19/1910
27Letterbook. 7/19/1910-11/12/1910
28Letterbook. 11/12/1910-7/7/1911
29Letterbook. 7/7/1911-11/10/1911
30Letterbook. 11/10/1911-5/27/1912
31Letterbook. 5/27/1912-10/4/1912
32Letterbook. 10/4/1912-5/23/1913
33Letterbook. 5/22/1913-11/17/1913
34Letterbook. 11/17/1913-6/2/1914
35Letterbook. 6/2/1914-10/14/1914
36Letterbook. 10/15/1914-4/23/1915
37Letterbook. 4/23/1915-7/19/1915
38Letterbook. 7/19/1915-11/19/1915
39Letterbook. 11/26/1915-12/31/1915
40Letterbook. 1/4/1916-8/15/1916
41Letterbook. 8/15/1916-2/2/1917
42Letterbook. 4/30/1917-7/17/1917
43Letterbook. 7/17/1917-12/4/1917
44Letterbook. 12/4/1917-1/21/1918
45Letterbook. 4/29/1918-10/1/1918
46Letterbook. 10/1/1918-7/18/1919
47Letterbook. 7/18/1919-11/13/1919
48Letterbook. 11/13/1919-6/1/1920
49Letterbook. 6/2/1920-8/27/1920
50Letterbook. 8/28/1920-8/27/1920
51Letterbook. 11/13/1920-5/13/1921
52Letterbook. 5/3/1921-7/11/1921
53Letterbook. 1/12/1921-10/20/1921
54Letterbook. 10/21/1921-1/10/1922
55Letterbook. 1/10/1922-4/17/1922
56Letterbook. 4/17/1922-11/17/1922
57Letterbook. 11/20/1922-8/1/1923
58Letterbook. 8/1/1923-5/15/1924
59Letterbook. 5/20/1924-4/27/1925
60Letterbook. 3/24/1925-11/6/1925
61Letterbook. 11/6/1925-11/10/1926
62Letterbook. 11/10/1926-4/4/1927
63Letterbook. 4/4/1927-7/21/1927
64Letterbook. 7/21/1927-11/15/1927
65Letterbook. 11/15/1927-3/1/1928
66Letterbook. 3/2/1928-6/4/1928
67Letterbook. 6/4/1928-10/1/1928
68Letterbook. 10/1/1928-2/16/1929
69Letterbook. 2/16/1929-5/1/1929
70Letterbook. 5/2/1929-8/6/1929
71Letterbook. 8/7/1929-11/7/1929
72Letterbook. 11/7/1929-3/2/1930
73Letterbook. 3/1/1930-9/8/1930
74Letterbook. 9/6/1930-1/12/1931
75Letterbook. 1/12/1931-6/10/1931
76Letterbook. 6/10/1931-12/9/1931
77Letterbook. 12/9/1931-9/7/1932
78Letterbook. 9/6/1932-1/13/1934
79Letterbook. 1/18/1934-11/22/1934
80Letterbook. 11/22/1934-9/12/1935
81Letterbook. 9/12/1935-3/11/1936
82Letterbook. 3/10/1936-8/12/1936
83Letterbook. 8/12/1936-2/11/1937
84Letterbook. 2/11/1937-6/21/1937
85Letterbook. 6/21/1937-12/17/1937
87Letterbook. 5/4/1938-12/9/1938
88Letterbook. 12/9/1938-5/8/1939
89Letterbook. 5/4/1939-11/14/1939
90Letterbook. 11/14/1939-4/16/1940
91Letterbook. 4/16/1940-12/5/1940
92Letterbook. 12/5/1940-6/15/1942
93Letterbook. 6/18/1942-11/23/1942
94Letterbook. 11/23/1942-5/10/1943
95Letterbook. 5/10/1943-9/1/1943
Series 3: Manuel Rionda y Polledo travelling letterbooks 1905-1926
4.5 linear feet (32 volumes)
Contains copies of letters written by Manuel Rionda y Polledo while he was away from his Wall Street office. Most of the correspondence was written in Cuba where he spent the winter months supervising the sugar harvest. The letters were recorded in several formats. Letters written between 1910 and 1926 were copied in rice-paper letterbooks. Scrapbooks with pasted letters cover the harvests of 1909 and 1910. (Additional scrapbooks were not retained as they duplicated letters in the rice-paper letterbooks.) A carbon copybook with letters for the harvest of 1907 was found and added to the series in 1994. Finally, there is a rice-paper letterbook which spans the years 1905-1913. This letterbook contains letters written during trips, but also includes letters written from his residence in Alpine, New Jersey and receipts for traveling expenses. With the exception of the carbon copybook, each volume includes a name index with the page number of each letter. A volume containing copies of cables, received and sent, for the winter of 1925-1926 is also included in this series.
This series complements Series 5 and Series 12, which also cover the harvest months. Originals or typescripts of copies found in this series may be found there as well.
1Letterbook. 10/29/1905-10/14/1913
2Carbon copybook. 11/23/1906-3/25/1907
3Scrapbook. 11/12/1908-12/21/1908
4Scrapbook. 2/26/1909-3/9/1909
5Scrapbook. 12/2/1909-2/6/1910
6Letterbook #6. 12/8/1909-2/7/1910
7Letterbook #7. 2/7/1910-12/31/1910
8Letterbook #8. 12/31/1910-2/20/1911
9Letterbook #9. 2/20/1911-4/8/1911
10Letterbook #10. 2/21/1911-2/14/1912
11Letterbook 11. 2/14/1912-1/29/1913
12Letterbook 12. 1/29/1913-12/20/1913
13Letterbook 13. 12/30/1913-3/2/1914
14Letterbook 14. 3/2/1914-3/9/1915
15Letterbook 15. 3/10/1915-2/20/1916
16Letterbook 16. 2/21/1916-4/24/1916; 2/2-16/1917
17Letterbook 17. 2/19/1917-4/23/1917; 1/17-19/1918
18Letterbook 18. 1/29/1918-3/20-1918
19Letterbook 19. 3/20/1918-4/23/1918; 12/9/1918-1/2/1919
20Letterbook 20. 1/2/1919-3/5/1919
21Letterbook 21. 3/16/1919-5/10/1919; 12/19-29/1919
22Letterbook 22. 12/29/1919-1/30/1920
23Letterbook 23. 1/30/1920-3/6/1920
24Letterbook 24. 3/7/1920-4/10/1920
25Letterbook 25. 4/10-15/1920; 1/28-3/26/1921
26Letterbook 26. 3/26/1921-4/22/1921; 11/21-30/1922
27Letterbook 27. 11/30/1922-2/12/1923
28Letterbook 28. 2/12/1923-3/13/1923; 12/2/1923-2/4/1924
29Letterbook 29. 2/4/1924-3/21/1924; 11/25/1924-1/2/1925
30Letterbook 30. 1/2/1925-3/12/1925; 12/2-19/1925
31Letterbook 31. 12/19/1925-2/20/1926
32Cablegrams. 12/2/1925-2/24/1926
Series 4: Manuel Rionda y Polledo confidential letterbooks 1908-1942
7 linear feet (4 volumes)
Series 4 consists of copies of selected outgoing correspondence and internal memoranda from Manuel Rionda. Most of the letters are marked CONFIDENTIAL and concern business matters primarily. A numerical code is used in many of the letters for the names of people and businesses and for important business data. Unfortunately, the code sheet is rarely included with the letter.
The letters here are not repeated in other letterbook series. Volumes 1-3 have name indexes; volume 4 does not.
1Letterbook. 10/5/1908-11/9/1916
2Letterbook. 11/10/1916-3/8/1929
3Letterbook. 3/20/1929-10/20/1937
4Letterbook. 11/9/1937-11/19/1942
Series 5: Manuel Rionda y Polledo internal memoranda 1904-1914
1 linear feet (3 boxes)
Series 5 consists of copies and originals of memoranda between the Czarnikow-Rionda Company and C. Czarnikow, Ltd. of London and between the Havana and New York offices of Czarnikow-Rionda. The memoranda were generated during Manuel Rionda's trips to Cuba during the harvest months. As such, the memoranda complement the letters found in Series 3 and Series 12. In general, the correspondence runs from December through March, but sometimes as early as September and as late as July. There are no memoranda for the harvests of 1905-1906 and 1907-1908.
Many of the memos are divided into subject headings, and a continuous correspondence on a particular subject can be traced over a period of time. Part of Series 5 was found in five loose leaf binders, four of which had numbered pages and indexes for each subject heading. Other memoranda were found with materials now in Series 1. (Several memoranda from the 1902-1903 harvest can be found in Series 1 under Czarnikow, MacDougall and Co.)
The correspondence between Rionda and London is often bitter and reflects Rionda's growing dissatisfaction with the British stockholders. The correspondence from Rionda in Cuba is rich in comments, gossip, and opinions on political and economic conditions in the early years of the Cuban Republic. There is also some discussion of the sugar industry in Puerto Rico and elsewhere in the Caribbean. The letters from London often comment on the European beet sugar market and world market conditions.
1New York City to London. December 1904-January 1905
1Havana to New York City. December 1904-February 1905
1Havana to New York City. November 1906-January 1907
1London to New York City. November 1906-January 1907
1New York City to London "General Matters". November 1906-January 1907
1New York City to London "B. W. I. Matters". November 1907-January 1907
1All Havana to New York City (Index for Pages 1-313). 1908-1909
1All Havana to New York City (Pages 1-118). November-December, 1908
1All Havana to New York City (Pages 119-211). January-February, 1909
1All Havana to New York City (Pages 212-313). March-April, 1909
1Index to 1909-1910, 1910-1911, and 1911-1912. 1909-1912
1New York City to London (Pages 1-104). September-December, 1909
1Havana to New York City (Pages 105-201). December 1909-March 1910
2Havana to New York City (Pages 202-316). December 1910-April 1911
2Havana to New York City (Pages 317-393). December 1910-March 1912
2London to New York City. December 1909-February 1910
2New York City to Havana. December 1909-February 1910
2New York City to London. December 1909-March 1912
2All New York City to London Index (Pages 1-239). 1910-1911
2All New York City to London (Pages 1-85). October-November, 1910
2All New York City to London (Pages 86-194). December 1910-March 1911
2All New York City to London (Pages 195-239). July-December 1911
2London to New York City. December 1910-March 1911
2London to New York City. December 1911-March 1912
2Primarily accounts of sugars sold from different mills in Cuba and Puerto Rico and comparative production data for various mills in Cuba, Harvest of 1911-1912. September-December 1912
3London to New York City. December 1912-March 1913
3Havana to New York City. December 1912-March 1913
3New York City to London. January-March, 1913
3New York City to London. December 1912-March 1913
3Havana to New York City. December 1913-March 1914
3London to New York City relayed to Havana. January-March, 1914
Series 7: Manuel Rionda y Polledo, Stewart Sugar Company executive letterbook 1907-1909
0.2 linear feet (1 volume)
This series consists of Manuel Rionda's correspondence written during his tenure as president of the Stewart Sugar Company. The Stewart Sugar Company owned and operated the Central Stewart located near the port of Jcaro in the province of Camagey. Among the principal investors in the company was the law firm of Sullivan and Cromwell, C. Czarnikow, Ltd., and D. Stewart and Co. of Glasgow. The Riondas were not stockholders, but were asked by the investors to reorganize the factory's management.
Series 9: Manuel Rionda y Polledo, Record of Sales Made by Single Seller 1928-1930
0.2 linear feet (1 volume)
Series 9 consists of a volume entitled "Sales Made By Single Seller". Single Seller, or Vendedor Unico as it was known in Cuba, refers to the Compaia Exportadora Nacional de Azcar, a cooperative agency established by the Cuban government in 1928 to handle the sales of sugar to foreign markets. The organizers of Vendedor Unico were Jos Miguel Tarafa and Manuel Rionda y Polledo. Vendedor Unico ended in 1930 and was replaced by the Cooperative Export Agency. It is uncertain whether this series is a record of all Vendedor Unico sales or simply those handled by the Czarnikow-Rionda Company.
Series 10: Manuel Rionda y Polledo subject files 1902-1946
60.4 linear feet (145 boxes)
Series 10 consists of three, alphabetically arranged, subject files included here as subseries 10a-10c.
Series 10 contains incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports, comparative data on sugar production and sales, published materials, internal memoranda, blueprints, maps, and other records.
series10a Subseries 10a spans the years 1911 through 1920. It documents the creation of the Manati Sugar Company and the Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation, Manuel Rionda's involvement in international regulation of sugar supplies during World War I, the collapse of the sugar market in 1920, and Czarnikow-Rionda's participation in the Sugar Finance Committee.
series10b Subseries 10b was found in a transfile marked "files kept by Mrs. Forbes." Subseries 10b consists primarily of carbon copies of outgoing correspondence from 1920 through 1922. A more complete record of Manuel Rionda's letters for this time period can be found in Series 2, Series 3, and Series 4.
The largest part of Series 10 is contained in series10c Subseries 10c. This subject file replaced and unified other filing systems used by Rionda. Consequently, it provides extensive coverage on all of Rionda's diverse concerns. Subseries 10c begins in 1921 and continues until Rionda's death in September, 1943. The time period includes the Great Depression, the Cuban Revolution of 1933, and the first years of World War II. The files on each of the Rionda sugar companies provide detailed information on the operations of the plantations. There is abundant documentation on the political and social forces that affected sugar production and marketing. Folders marked "Sugar Finance Committee, Documents, Lawsuit 1935-1936" were originally part of documentary evidence related to a suit filed by the Cuban government against members of Czarnikow-Rionda who served on the Sugar Finance Committee. Also contained in this subseries are materials created by the public relations firm of Ivy Lee to combat higher sugar tariffs in the 1920s.
Included among the principal correspondents in Series 10 are Walter E. Ogilvie, the law firm of Sullivan and Cromwell (which owned stock in many of the Rionda sugar companies), Albert and Frederick Strauss of J. and W. Seligman, Robert B. Hawley, Jose Miguel Tarafa, Miguel Arango, Laureano Falla Gutierrez, and Thomas L. Chadbourne.
Subseries 10a
1Agriculture. 1916
1American Sugar Refining Co. -- testimony given for case involving 11/20/1913 5/13/1914 (taken from "His Desk"). 1913-1914
1American Sugar Refining Co. 1916-1919
1Babst, Earl. 1918-1919
1Baguanos, Central. 1917-1919
1Calamba Sugar Estate (Philipines). 1914-1915
1Canadians. 1921-1922
1Caracas, Central. 1914
1Caracas, Central. 1914-1915
1Caracas, Central (American-Cuban Estates Corp.). 1916-1919
1Central Cuba Sugar Company. 1910-1912
1Central Cuba Sugar Company. 1911-1914
1Central Cuba Sugar Company -- Minutes. 1912-1916
1Clarke, E. A. S. (Algerias Land Co.). 1916-1919
2Colonial Sugar Refining Co., Australia (Thomas Hughes). 1917-1921
2Columbia, Cauca Valley. 1917
2Coma, Francisco (widow of). 1915
2Comparative statements. 1913-1919
2Contracts. 1913-1919
2Corliss, William (Sullivan and Cromwell). 1916-1919
2Craig, William Jr. 1917-1919
2Craig, William J. 1919
2Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Cables April-June 1916. 1916
2Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Clippings and Memoranda. 1918-1919
2Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Cuban Northern Railways. 1919
2Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Henry Evans. 1919
2Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Goethals Report, Papers related to (2 folders). 1916-1919
2Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Goethals Report and Annual Report (proof). 1919
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Goethals Report Published Material. 1919
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Minutes and Reports. 1916-1917
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Miscellaneous Correspondence 1915-1920 (6 folders). 1911-1920
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Sales of Sugar (Czarnikow-Rionda). 1916
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Statements of credit and sugar valuation. 1916
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Statements regarding sales. 1916
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Statements regarding sugar shipments. 1916
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Statements, sundry. 1916
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Stocks, Stockholder list. 1915-1916
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation -- Strauss, Frederick and Albert. 1915-1918
4Cuban Commercial and Industrial Co. 1916-1917
4Cuban Commercial and Industrial Co. -- Albert and Frederick, Dec. 1917-Dec. 1916. 1915-1916
4Cuban Commercial and Industrial Co. -- Albert Strauss. 1917-1918
4Cuban Commercial and Industrial Co. -- Frederick Strauss. 1916-1919
4Cuban Sugar Finance and Export Corporation. 1921
4Cuban Trading Company. 1921
4Cuban Trading Company -- Weekly Statements, Mar. 1918-Jul. 1918. 1918
4Cuban Trading Company -- Weekly Statements, Nov. 1920-Feb. 1921. 1920-1921
4Czarnikow-MacDougall (Toca lawsuit). 1910-1916
4Czarnikow-Rionda -- Corporate Matters 1911-1919 (3 folders). 1909-1919
5Czarnikow-Rionda -- Correspondence 1919-1921 (2 folders). 1920-1921
5Czarnikow-Rionda -- Instructions to officers. 1914-1916
5Czarnikow-Rionda -- Minutes. 1915-1917
5DeLamar, J.R. 1916-1918
5Doheny, E.L., Pan-American Petroleum and Transport Co. 1916-1917
5Elia, Central. 1917-1919
5European Mail, C. Czarnikow, Ltd. -- 1911-1914. 1909-1914
5European Mail, C. Czarnikow, Ltd. -- 1915-1916. 1915-1916
5European Mail, C. Czarnikow, Ltd. -- 1917. 1917
6European Mail, C. Czarnikow, Ltd. -- 1917. 1917
6European Mail, C. Czarnikow, Ltd. -- 1918-1919. 1918-1919
6European Mail, Gilbert Fox. 1920
6European Mail, Charles Lagemann -- 1915-1916. 1915-1919
6European Mail, Charles Lagemann -- 1916. 1916
6European Mail, Charles Lagemann -- 1917. 1917
6European Mail, Charles Lagemann -- (New York) 1916-1919. 1915-1921
6European Mail, Charles Lagemann -- (New York) 1917-1919. 1917-1918
6European Mail, George R. MacDougall. 1913-1916
6European Mail, Hubert Neiberg -- 1913-1915. 1913-1916
6European Mail, Hubert Neiberg -- 1917-1919. 1917-1919
6European Mail, Hubert Neiberg -- 1919-1920. 1919-1920
7European Mail, J. Henry Schroeder and Co. -- 1913-1916. 1910-1916
7European Mail, J. Henry Schroeder and Co. -- 1916-1919. 1916-1919
7European Mail, J. Henry Schroeder and Co. -- 1920-1921. 1920-1921
7European Mail, Thomas Westrik -- 1913-1916. 1912-1916
7European Mail, Thomas Westrik -- 1917-1919. 1916-1919
7European Mail, Thomas Westrik -- 1919-1920. 1919-1920
7Experimental Procedures. 1913-1915
7Fanjul, Higinio and Victor Zevallos -- 1917-1918. 1917-1918
7Fanjul, Higinio and Victor Zevallos -- 1919 (2 folders). 1919
7Financial -- Banco Territorial y Agricola de Puerto Rico. 1911-1912
7Financial -- Bankers Trust. 1914-1918
7Financial -- Central Trust Company. 1918
7Financial -- Columbia Trust Company. 1915-1919
7Financial -- First National Bank of Boston. 1918
7Financial -- Guaranty Trust. 1914-1918
7Financial -- Mercantile Bank of the Americas. 1919-1921
7Financial -- Merchant, W. A. 1918-1919
7Financial -- Miscellaneous. 1912-1916
8Financial -- National City Bank. 1913-1919
8Financial -- Royal Bank of Canada. 1912-1918
8Financial -- Stocks -- 1916-1919. 1909-1919
8Financial -- Stocks -- 1916-1918. 1916-1918
8Financial -- Stocks -- 1919. 1919
8Financial -- Strauss, Albert and Frederick (J. and W. Seligman and Co.). 1915-1919
8Financial -- Strauss, Frederick (J. and W. Seligman). 1917-1919
8Francisco Sugar Company -- 1918. 1917-1918
8Francisco Sugar Company -- 1919. 1919
8Francisco Sugar Company -- Minutes. 1914-1918
8Francisco Sugar Company -- Miscellaneous. 1918-1919
8Goldman, Herman. 1918-1919
8Gomez-Mena. 1912
8Havemeyer, Horace 1919. 1919
8Honolulu Iron Works. 1916-1919
8Hopkins Brothers, Exchange March-July 1920. 1920
8Imperial Sugar Company. 1912-1917
8Jaretski, Alfred 1916-1919. 1916-1919
9Kroyer, E. F. 1920
9Labor, Chinese. 1919
9Lamborn-Post Case. 1919-1920
9Liberal Revolution of 1917. 1917
9Luce Cane Harvester. 1915-1920
9Macareno, Central -- Macareno, Central (2 files). 1915-1920
9Macareno, Central -- Agreement with Bankers Trust, Oct. 1, 1915. 1915
9Macareno, Central -- Letters exchanged between Mr. Rionda and Dr. Bustamante 1915-1917. 1915-1917
9MacDougall, George R. (deceased). 1915-1918
9Mailing List 1912. 1909-1912
9Manati Sugar Company -- 1911-1913. 1911-1914
9Manati Sugar Company -- 1915-1917. 1915-1917
9Manati Sugar Company -- 1918-1919. 1918-1919
9Manati Sugar Company -- Broadsides.
9Manati Sugar Company -- "Taken from Mr. Rionda's 1916/1917 Traveling Folder". 1916-1917
9Manati Sugar Company -- Manati Broadsheets. 1917
9Maps.
9Memoranda 1915, 1916, 1919, 1920. 1915-1920
10Miscellaneous Correspondence -- 1914-1917. 1914-1917
10Miscellaneous Correspondence -- 1918. 1917-1919
10Miscellaneous Correspondence -- 1919. 1919
10Miscellanous Papers. 1912-1916
10Munson Steamship Line. 1912-1918
10New York Evening World, Interview with? July 20, 1917. 1917
10Ogilvie, Walter E. -- Central Caracas. 1915-1916
10Ogilvie, Walter E. -- Central Cuba. 1914-1918
10Ogilvie, Walter E. -- Miscellaneous Correspondence. 1912-1919
10Ogilvie, Walter E. -- Regla Coal Company. 1912-1918
10Ogilvie, Walter E. -- Washington Sugar Company. 1914-1919
10Place, Louis V./Louis V. Place Company. 1915-1919
10Puerto Rican Estates -- Borinquen. 1910-1912
10Puerto Rican Estates -- Cambaleche. 1907-1908
10Puerto Rican Estates -- Camuy. 1912
11Puerto Rican Estates -- Corsica. 1912
11Puerto Rican Estates -- Giorgetti, Cintron and Abo.
11Puerto Rican Estates -- Giorgetti, Cintron and Abo Laboratory Reports.
11Puerto Rican Estates -- Loiza Sugar Company. 1908-1912
11Puerto Rican Estates -- Plazuela. 1912-1915
11Puerto Rican Estates -- San Cristobal. 1908
11Puerto Rican Estates -- Santa Ysabel. 1910-1913
11Puerto Rican Estates -- Vanina. 1912
11Puerto Rican Estates -- Yabocoa. 1908-1912
11Regla Coal Company, Audits of Accounts 1917-1919. 1917-1919
11Rionda, Jose B. 1918-1919
11Rionda, Leandro J. 1917-1919
11Rionda, Salvador. 1918-1919
11Rosario Sugar Company -- Board Minutes 1912-1916. 1912-1916
11Rosario Sugar Company -- Taxes and Misc. 1916-1918. 1915-1917
11Sanchez de Toca, Joaquin/Lawsuit. 1917-1918
11Sinclair Oil Company. 1918-1920
11Sugar, World War I and After -- Committee on Compensation to United States Brokers, 1918. 1918
11Sugar, World War I and After -- Cuban Sugar Contract 1918-1919 -- Copies of Letter Oct. 9, 1918 to Mr. George M. Rolph, etc. 1918
11Sugar, World War I and After -- Cuban Sugar Contract 1918-1919 -- Letters between Cuban Minister and Mr. Hawley, etc. 1918
11Sugar, World War I and After -- Cuban Sugar Contract 1918-1919 -- Letters between Mr. Cespedes and Mr. Hoover. 1918
11Sugar, World War I and After -- Cuban Sugar Contract 1918-1919 -- Modifications. 1918
11Sugar, World War I and After -- Cuban Sugar Contract 1918-1919 -- Papers relating to drafting of. 1918-1919
11Sugar, World War I and After -- Cuban Sugar Contract 1918-1919 -- Proofs of authorization. 1918-1919
11Sugar, World War I and After -- Cuban Sugar Contract 1918-1919 -- Shipments to various ports, etc. 1918
12Sugar, World War I and After -- Hawley, Robert B. -- correspondence 1917-1920 (2 files). 1917-1920
12Sugar, World War I and After -- Informe de Azucar Oct. 1919. 1919
12Sugar, World War I and After -- International Sugar Committee and Cuban Commission, 1917-1918. 1917-1918
12Sugar, World War I and After -- International Sugar Committee -- Sir Joseph White-Todd 1917-1918. 1917-1941
12Sugar, World War I and After -- International Sugar Committee -- Cuban Missions Brief 1918. 1918
12Sugar, World War I and After -- International Sugar Committee -- Authorizations 1918. 1917-1918
12Sugar, World War I and After -- Miscellaneous 1918-1919. 1917-1919
12Sugar, World War I and After -- Moratorium, Cables re: Oct.-Nov. 1920. 1920
12Sugar, World War I and After -- Price Fixing Crop 1917. 1916-1917
12Sugar, World War I and After -- Programme for Cuban sugar entrance (into) United Kingdom 1918. 1918
12Sugar, World War I and After -- Report on sugar shipment conditions, Cuba. 1920. 1920
12Sugar, World War I and After -- Representations to United States Senate and Department of State, 1917-1919. 1917-1919
12Sugar, World War I and After -- Rolph, George M., United States Food Administration, International Sugar Committee 1917-1918. 1917-1919
13Sugar, World War I and After -- Sugar Finance Committee (Cuban Sugar Finance and Export Corporation) 1920-1921. 1920-1921
13Sugar, World War I and After --United States Food Administration (American Consul General H.H. Morgan) 1918. 1918
13Sugar, World War I and After -- United States Sugar Equalization Board 1919-1920 (2 files). 1918-1921
13Sugar, World War I and After -- Washington Trip -- August 28, 1918. 1918
13Sugar, World War I and After -- Washington Trip -- August 28, 1918 -- Comparative Costs of 25 Cuban sugar companies for crops 1916/1917 and 1917/1918. 1917-1918
13Sugar, World War I and After -- Washington Trip -- August 28, 1918 -- (Documents 1-15). 1918
13Sugar, World War I and After -- Washington Trip -- August 28, 1918 -- (Documents 16-25). 1917-1918
13Sugar, World War I and After -- Washington Trip -- August 28, 1918 -- Cuban Press Clippings. 1918
13Sugar Tariff, correspondence 1912-1913. 1912-1918
13Sullivan and Cromwell 1917-1919. 1917-1919
13Tacajo Sugar Corporation -- 1917, 1918, 1919 (3 files). 1917-1919
13Tacajo Sugar Corporation -- Beola, Jose 1919, 1920 (2 files). 1919-1920
13Tacajo Sugar Corporation -- DeLamar Estate 1920. 1920
13Tacajo Sugar Corporation -- Financing (loan proposal Beola and Strauss). 1919
13Tarafa, Jorge and Jose Miguel. 1913-1917
13Tuinucu -- Alonso, Colunga and Cia. Norena, Spain. 1917-1918
13Tuinucu -- Audits of accounts 1916; 1919. 1916-1919
14Tuinucu -- Correspondence 1917; (1919). 1917-1919
14Tuinucu -- Liquidaciones de Cana, Zafra 1915-1916. 1916
14Tuinucu -- Miscellaneous Papers 1912-1915. 1911-1915
14United States, Department of Commerce 1916. 1915-1916
14Washington Sugar Company -- Certificate of Incorporation and By-Laws.
14Washington Sugar Company -- Correspondence with C. Czarnikow, Ltd. 1917-1920. 1916-1920
14Washington Sugar Company -- First Mortgage, New York Trust Co. 1911. 1911
14Washington Sugar Company -- Inventory of Machinery 1913. 1913
14Washington Sugar Company -- Minutes. 1915-1918
14Washington Sugar Company -- Miscellaneous Papers, 1914-1919. 1910-1919
14J.G. White Management Corporation (Matanzas-American Sugar Co. and Cardenas-American Sugar Co.), 1913-1917. 1913-1917
14Zevallos, Rafael -- Memoranda to 1918-1920. 1919-1920
14Zevallos, Rafael -- Miscellaneous Papers of. 1915-1920
Subseries 10b
15Banking matters. 1920-1922
15Braga Rionda, Bernardo- stocks (not filmed). 1920-1922
15Clarke, Harry, Joseph and William. 1920
15Columbia Trust Company. 1920-1921
15Czarnikow-Rionda Minutes, Notices of Meetings. 1919-1920
15Donations and Personal Loans. 1920-1922
15Doty, Oliver K. 1920. 1920-1921
15Doty, Oliver K. 1921. 1921-1922
15 Manati Dec 1919-Jan 1922. 1919-1922
15Albert and Frederick Strauss January 1920-January 1922 Manati S-C. 1920-1922
15W.J. McCahan Sugar and Molasses Co. 1920
15Miscellaneous 1920. 1920
15Miscellaneous (excluding directors C.R. and Cuba cane offices, May 1920-Jan 1922. 1920-1922
15Miscellaneous 1921. 1921
15Molasses. 1920
15Munson, Frank. 1921
16Rennard, J.C. 1921
16J. and W. Seligman and Company. 1920
16J. and W. Seligman and Company Albert Strauss. 1921
16Sinclair Oil Company. 1920
16Stock Issues 1920-1921. 1920-1921
16Strauss, Albert and Frederick 1920. 1920
16Strauss, Frederick and Albert May 1920-February 1921. 1920-1921
16Sugar Finance Committee Statistics and General Information. 1921
16Sullivan and Cromwell. 1920-1921
16Tacajo Sugar Corp. G.G. Trowbridge 1920. 1920
16Tacajo Sugar Corp. G.G. Trowbridge 1921-1922. 1921-1922
16Tacajo Sugar Corporation Bonds. 1921
16Tariff and Reciprocity. 1921-1922
16Tuinucu 1920-1921. 1920-1921
16Washington Sugar Co. and Cuban Commercial and Industrial Co. (central San Vicente). 1920-1921
16Young, H.B. 1921-1922
Subseries 10c
17Abal, Gonzalo. 1941-1942
17Abbott School. 1921-1933
17Aguirre, Central (P.R.) Data Thereon RE Cost of Production, Net Profit, Value of its Stock, etc. 1927
17Aita Colonia Corp.- U.S. Tax Thereon. 1922-1926
17Alas, Adolfo. 1929-1931
17Alcohol. 1943
17Aldama, Marques de Almagro, 38, Madrid. "Aldamaenea", San Sebastian. 1926-1929
17Aldereguia, Alfredo. 1922-1940
17Aldereguia, Feliciano. 1925
17Allowances, Monthly. 1922-1941
17Alvarez Pedroso, Dr. Armando. 1939
17American Chamber of Commerce of Cuba- Correspondence. 1922
17American Cuban Estates Corporation. 1920-1924
17American Sugar Refining Company. 1921-1943
17American Sugar Refining Company--Sugars delivered to them for storage and possible merger with National Refinery. 1925-1942
17Ames, W.G. 1922
17Anglo-Saxon Hospital. Correspondence. 1921-1922
17Angulo, Charles Correspondence. 1921-1943
17Angulo, M.R. Correspondence with him. 1927-1928
17Angulo, Rafael Maria Correspondence. 1921
17Antilla Sugar Company--Mortgage bond issue. 1926
17Antuna, Bernardino. 1937-1942
17Antuna, Manuel. 1937-1942
17Antuna, Raymond RE Central Cambalache. P.R. 1937-1938
17Arango, Miguel Estate of Correspondence; Died Oct. 17/25. 1925-1926
17Arango, Miguel Estate of: Correspondence. 1926-1938
17Arbuckle Brothers As Buyers of Raw Sugar in Cuba (thru Julio Rabel). 1926-1932
17Arche, Carlos Personal Matters. 1921-1941
17Ardis, Inc., W.F. (Washington, D.C.) Weekly Letter (confidential). 1924
17Asociacion de Hacendados de Cuba. 1928
18Asociacion de Hacendados y Colonos de Cuba. 1926-1943
18Asociacion Nacional de Colonos. 1929-1940
18Asociacion Nacional de la Industria Azucarera. 1925
18Aspuru Family--Sugars of Toledo and Providencia. 1921
18Astiz, Fermin M. Irun, Spain. 1926
18Asturr Trading Co. Correspondence with: them, Beverage Tax Division. 1933-1936
18Atkins, Robert W., and Co. Liquidation of the firm, April 1926; (Hayden, Stone and Co.); 1927- Mr. Rionda's Personal Correspondence with him. 1926-1927
18Atkinson and Co. Henry Geo. (Accounting Data). 1930-1941
18Atlantic Sugar Refining, Lt'd. Correspondence. 1921-1932
18Australia, Central. 1921-1927
18Babst, Earl D. 1921-1942
18Bagasse baler, Braat. Soerbania, Java. 1929
18Bages, Ricardo- RE: his efforts to represent NABUC in Nuevitas and Port Tarafa. 1932
18Baird, Stewart Personal Correspondence with him. 1929-1935
18Balbona, Jose Antonio. 1925-1942
18Banco Central de Desquentos y Emision. 1921
18Banco de Oviedo- Spain- Mr. Rionda's Current Acct. with them. 1926-1933
18Banco Mecantil Americano de Cuba. 1921-1922
18Banco National de Cuba- Correspondence. 1922
18Bank Balances- Daily Average for Yr. 1931- of deposits kept by sugar companies, etc. (statements re: above). 1932
18Bank of Boston, The First National. 1927
18Bank of Manhattan Trust Company. 1927-1942
18Bankers Trust Company. 1923-1942
18Banking Facilities- Reports and Letters. 1921-1927
18Barlow, Joseph E. Claims Against the Cuban Government. Correspondence with Portuondo, Aurelio. 1928
19Barraque, J.M. Correspondence. 1921-1934
19Barrie y Bastida, Bernardo. Letters. 1921-1933
19Barro, Antonio. 1923-1943
19Bass, George G (Hayden, Stone and Co.) Correspondence. 1921
19Batista, Fulgencio--Trips to US. 1938-1942
19Bauman, F.W. Correspondence. 1921-1924
19Bea, Pedro (deceased) Estate of. 1919-1923
19Bea, Tiburcio.
19Bea y Co., Sobrinos de. 1922-1924
19Bea y Co., Sobrinos de. 1921-1925
19Beal, Gerald F. Treasurer, J. Henry Schroder Banking Corp'n. Personal Correspondence. 1927-1943
19Beckwith, Edna A.- monthly allowance received by her from Mr. Rionda. 1924-1928
19Beckwith, Mrs. Phyllis (former Miss Phyllis Holske) Correspondence. 1929-1938
19Bedrinana, Angel. Correspondence (1) Continued. 1934-1941
20Bedrinana, Angel- Correspondence (2). 1921-1934
20Bedts, Alice de Correspondence. 1925-1929
20Beet Factories- Western States (photographs). 1917-1938
20Beet Growers Marketing Association- Mountain States (Gen.News Ticker memo from Minford, Lueder, and Co.re above Association, dated Dec. 19, 1930. 1930-1938
20Bellido, Francisco L. Vda, de- Correspondence. 1922-1938
20Benavides, Isidoro- Shipment of Sugars from Cuba to U.S. and Sale thereof here for his account (he to be advanced $7.50 by C-R Co. per bag). 1927-1930
20Benitez, J.- de "Mercurio", Habana- requested $2,000 loan. 1931
20Berwind- White Coal Mining Co.- Correspondence. 1923-1936
20Bessborough, Lord- Director of the United Railways of Havana. 1928
20Betancourt, Dr. Frank A.- Correspondence. 1931-1933
20Betancourt, Gral. Pedro E. Re: Dr. Jorge Caballero. 1930
20Betancourt, Herminia del Monte de Correspondence. 1921
20Bilbao, Bank of (Spain)- Prospective establishment by them of a branch in Cuba. 1926
20Bird, Jr., William E.-- US Tariff on Cuban Sugar. 1921-1932
20Bonds, Corporacion Exportadora Nacional de Azucar, sugar pool. 1931-1940
20Bottomley, Roland- Correspondence. 1929-1930
20Borotau, Juan -- Mercurio Diario Commercial, Correspondence. 1921-1923
20Bowerman, Herbert -- Correspondence. 1921,22,26,27
20Braga de Antuna, Josefa. 1924-1935
20Braga, Bernardo (1) continued. 1937-1943
20Braga, Bernardo (2) continued. 1909-1937
20Braga, Bernardo- Miscellaneous Cables. 1933-1940
21Braga, Bernardo R. Correspondence. 1932-1941
21Braga, George -- Correspondence. 1929-1942
21Brandt, H.S., Sr.--Correspondence. 1923
21Bravo, Francisco E.- Correspondence. 1921-1933
21Brown Brothers -- sugars transf Banco Mercantile Am. De Cuba. 1921
21Buisson, A.S., Rev. Adrian- Correspondence. 1922-1936
21Bulletins: Grinding Reports by W. Lagemann. 1925-1926
21Bunker, Mrs. Jean P. re: death of her husband who had been in sugar trade. 1927
21Bustamante, A.S. de (hijo) -- personal. 1925-1942
21Bustamante, A.S. de (hijo) -- personal. 1931-1941
21Bustamante, Dr. A.S. de "Official" Correspondence. 1921-1922
21Byrne, Jennie- her death march 30, 1931 Employee of C-R Co. for 27 yrs; $500 given to sister Mary Bogart by C-R Co. to defray funeral expenses. 1931
21Cabeza, Norberto- Correspondence re: "Mapos" (central). 1922
21Cables exchanged between NY and Havana offices- number separately for each dept., for don manuel and other high officials, and for ea. sugar estate. 1921-1931
21Cabrera, Donato (Bruselas, Belgica) Fertilzer factory in Cuba. 1924-1925
21Cabrera, Juan 1923 Representante por la Provincia de Camaguey. 1923
21Cacicedo, Esteban- Cienfuegos, Cuba- Correspondence. 1923
21Caffery, Donald -- Cane tops and molasses as cattle feed. 1923
21Calderon, Luis and Mrs. Mercedes (1925-7th Ave). 1928-1942
21Calderon, Luis Francisco. 1940-1942
21Camaguey Sugar Co. (Cuba)- data re. Balance Sheets for 1929 and 1930. 1929-1930
21Canada Cuban Raws-proposed deal with Canadian Refiners. 1929-1930
21Canada Sugar Refining Co., Ltd. Drummond, Huntley R. (Pres.). 1929-1930
21Cane Harvester Corp.- correspondence. 1924-1931
21Cane Harvester- developed in Australia by Mr. Falkiner (taken to Cuba in winter of 1925/26). 1925
21Cane Harvester Luce (type). 1921
21Cane Planning- Red Soil- Matanzas Province cost thereof. 1923
21Canel, Empresa y Cia. Dramatica Eva bonds subscription. 1926-1927
22Cane Production in Cuba Scientific agricultural work. 1925
22Cane (seedcane) for Francisco, Elia, and Tuinucu. 1928
22Cantarrana, Prudencio. 1925
22Cantarrana, Ramon. 1926-1930
22Cantarrana, Ramon J. Accounts. 1926-1929
22Cantarrana, Ramon- Balances (general) of his resources and liabilities. 1926-1928
22Cantarrana, Ramon J. Bustamante, Dr. A.S. de- Correspondence b/w Mr. Rionda and Dr. Bustamante in regard to R.J. Cantarrana. 1926
22Cantarrana, Ramon J.- Ceballos, Miss Lulu- Correspondence b/w Mr. Rionda and Miss Ceballos in regard to R.J. Cantarrana. 1925-1928
22Cantarrana, Ramon J.- Correspondence with him. 1925-1927
22Cantarrana, Ramon J.- Correspondence. 1925-1929
22Cantarrana, Ramon J.- Gomez Pelayo, Sra. Maria Luisa GomezPelayo, Julio. 1924-1940
22Cantarrana, Ramon J.- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1926-1928
22Cantarrana, Ramon J.- Portuondo, Aurelio Correspondence b/w Mr. Rionda and Mr. Portuondo in regard to R.J. Cantanarra. 1929-1930
23Cantanarra, Ramon J.- Portuondo, Aurelio- Correspondence b/w Mr. Rionda and Mr. Portuondo in regard to R.J. Cantanarra. 1928
23Caragol-Clarke Co., Inc.- Stock of ($11,000. Subscription thereto by Mr. Rionda). 1922
23Caragol, L.R.- Correspondence: Caragol, Elene R. (Mrs.) re: money advances, etc. 1921-1940
23Cardenas, Cuba Harbor Dredging Law. 1924-1925
23Cardona and CIA. Correspondence. 1922
23Caribbean Sugar Company. 1930-1943
23Carrillo, Andres. Correspondence. 1921-1934
23Cartaya, Eduardo (Abogado- Habana). 1924
23Casanova, Jose M. President of the Asociacion Nacional de Hacendados. 1935-1941
23Castaner de Cruz, Maria J. Correspondence. 1921
23Castano, Nicolas. 1921-1943
23Castro Lopez, Armando- 25 Broad St.- Lawyer and Notary Public. 1927-1936
23Ceballos, J.M. his purchase of a seat in the New York stock exchange. 1930-1941
23Celulosa Cubana, SA. 1927-1943
23Central Hanover Bank and Trust Co. (formerly Central Union Trust Co. of New York). 1924-1940
23Centro Asturiano de la Habana- Delegacion en Nueva York; inform Mr. Rionda of their plans and beg for his cooperation. 1927-1930
23Centro Asturiano de New York, Inc. Correspondence with: Collada, Benito (Presidente) and Diaz, C. (Secretario). 1935-1943
23Cespedes- Cables re: authority to draw, etc. 1928-1934
23Cespedes- Canadian Bank of Commerce- Cespedes indebtedness to bank. 1933-1936
23Cespedes, Carlos Manuel de. 1921-1933
24Cespedes, Carlos Miguel Correspondence. 1934
24Cespedes- Costello, E.H.- Correspondence. 1935
24Cespedes Sugar Co. Accounts Current position. 1935-1939
24Cespedes Sugar Co. (Accumulated Filing). 1943-1944
24Cespedes Sugar Co. Annual reports. 1931
24Cespedes Sugar Co. Barro, Antonio. 1935-1941
24Cespedes -- Bustamante, Auturo, S. de. Correspondence. 1931-1937
24Cespedes -- Costello, E.H. (Latin American Trading Co.) Correspondence. 1940-1943
24Cespedes -- Costello, E.H. (Latin American Trading Co.) Correspondence. 1938-1939
24Cespedes -- Costello, E.H. (Latin American Trading Co.) Correspondence. 1938
25Cespedes -- Costello, E.H. (Latin American Trading Co.) Correspondence. 1936
25Cespedes -- Costello, E.H. (Latin American Trading Co.) Correspondence. 1937
25Cespedes Costello, E. H. (Laitn American Trading Co.) Credit Application. 1937
25Cespedes Costello, E. H. (Laitn American Trading Co.) Credit Application. 1938
25Cespedes Costello, E. H. (Laitn American Trading Co.) Credit Application. 1939
25Cespedes -- Credit Applications Latin American Trading Co. 1938-1939
25Cespedes -- Crop restriction by Cuban government. 1926-1936
25Cespedes -- (Dead season) Budget, salaries, wages. 1937
25Cespedes -- Douglas, Andres M. Correspondence. 1933-1939
25Cespedes -- Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1939
26Cespedes -- Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1939
26Cespedes -- Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1937,1938, 1939
26Cespedes -- Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1935
26Cespedes -- Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1930-1938
26Cespedes -- Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1924-43
26Cespedes -- Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1924-1926
26Cespedes -- Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1920
26Cespedes -- Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1936
26Cespedes -- Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1933
26Cespedes -- Financial Statements, Budgets, Schedules. 1926-1941
26Cespedes and other mills -- Bond Issues, negotiations with creditors. 1929-1931
26Cespedes -- Folders found on "his desk"( M. Rionda). 1929
26Cespedes -- Fowler, Charles W. -- Inspection of properties. 1921-1927
27Cespedes -- Fowler, Charles W. -- Inspection of properties. 1926-1936
27Cespedes -- Gonzales, J.M. -- Correspondence. 1921-1942
27Cespedes--Insurance. 1924-1943
27Cespedes -- Kroyer, H.F. --Correspondence. 1939-1941
27Cespedes -- Maps. 1939
27Cespedes--Meetings, synopsis of. 1935-1943
27Cespedes -- Misc. correspondence, shareholder lists, accounts payable. 1922-1938
27Cespedes -- Perez, Antonio, S -- Correspondence. 1918-1923
27Cespedes -- Perez, Antonio, S -- Correspondence. 1938-1939
27Cespedes -- Perez, Antonio, S -- Correspondence. 1921-1937
27Cespedes -- Portuondo, Aurelio -- Correspondence. 1931-1941
28Cespedes -- Portuondo, Aurelio -- Correspondence. 1935-1943
28Cespedes -- Production Data -- Correspondence. 1921-1938
28Cespedes -- Production Data -- Correspondence. 1942-1943
28Cespedes -- Rasco, Manuel -- Correspondence. 1931
28Cespedes -- Proposed reorganization (1). 1937-1943
28Cespedes -- Proposed reorganization (1). 1936-1937
28Cespedes -- Reports on mill equipment and crop conditions. 1921-1922
28Cespedes -- Rionda, M.E. -- miscellaneous memos re. Budget. 1934
28Cespedes -- Seligman and Co. -- Correspondence and reports. 1924-1939
28Cespedes -- Sugar Sales. 1935-1942
28Cespedes --Taxes, Cuban, Presidential Decree. 1934-1941
28Cespedes Young, Horatio B. -- Correspondence. 1932-1939
29Chadbourne, W.A. -- Correspondence. 1929
29Chamber of Commerce of the State of New York. Correspondence- 1921/22/25/26/28. 1921-1941
29Chase National Bank --Correspondence. 1939-1942
29Chatham and Phenix National Bank Correspondence. 1908-1932
29China- Importations of Sugars (Brown, White, and Refined)- Cuban exports to China. 1929
29China- see also Varkeviser folder under CR Co. 1929-1930
29China Trading Corporation- Misc. Correspondence with them by C-R Co. 1929
29Cidad, Genaro. 1937-1939
29Cigars. 1926-1940
29Cintas, Oscar--Cuban Ambassador. 1932-1940
29Clarification process--A. M. Niese. 1926
29Clarifier, "Harding"--Installation at Tuinucu. 1926
29Clark, Childs, and Co. Correspondence. 1924
29Clark, Lucas A. 1924-1935
29Clarke, Capt. Edw. W. Correspondence Credit of $5,000 in his favor; Sydney, Australia corr. with Col. Trust Co. (secured by Mr. Rionda). 1922-1942
29Clarke, E.A.S. Correspondence (see also "Allegrias"- Cuba cane). 1924-1931
29Clarke, Elizabeth- Correspondence. 1927-1942
29Clarke, Harry E.- his sons attend Repton School, 91 Prospect St., Tarrytown NY; Correspondence. 1921-1943
29Clarke, John V.- Correspondence while at St. Joseph School 1922; Seton Hall High School 1923-24; Oratory School 1924-27; Folder 1. 1922-1928
30Clarke, John V.- Correspondence while at Oratory School, Summit, NJ Folder 2. 1933-1943
30Clarke, John V.- Correspondence while at Oratory School, Summit, NJ- Folder 3. 1928-1933
30Clarke, Jose M.- Correspondence while at Seton Hall High School and College; further corr. since he left Seton Hal: Folder 1. 1934-1939
30Clarke, Jose M.- Correspondence while at Seton Hall H.S. and College further " since left ": Folder 2 (continued). 1931-1939
30Clarke, Jose M.- Correspondence while at Seton Hall H.S. and College further " since left " in: Folder 3. 1922-1931
30Clarke, Joseph Gilbert. 1929-1941
30Clarke, Joseph I.C.- his posthumous book: "My Life and Memories". 1925-1936
30Clarke, Mary Agnes- mother of Jose, William, and John Clarke. 1925-1942
30Clarke, Mrs. Mary Agnes- Astoria, Long Island (mother of Mr. W.J. Clarke). 1935-1942
30Clarke, Mrs. Theodore L. (Margaret Clarke)- Correspondence. 1935-1923
30Clarke, Margaret H.- Advance of $500 against balance of $4,500 due her under legacy of Mrs. Rionda. 1923-1942
30Clarke, Ruth- Correspondence. 1924-1934
30Clarke, Theodore- re: postage stamps, collection of; correspondence with Higinio Fanjul. 1927-1928
31Clarke, Wanda (Miss): 1) academy 'oak knoll' 2) Mr. Rionda as guardian of her property 3) bills for account of Wanda; pymt thereof. 1927-1940
31Clarke, William J. re: his legacy under will of Mrs. H.C. Rionda. 1927-1943
31Clarke, William S.- Correspondence (1). 1922-1926
31Clarke, William S.- Correspondence (2). 1927-1928
31Clarke, William S.- Correspondence (3). 1934-1939
31Clarke, William S.- Correspondence (4). 1931-1934
31Clarke, William S.- Correspondence (5). 1928-1931
32Collado y Romero, Florinde re: discontinuance of monthly allowance to her by sr.; her letter of Dec. 8, 1927. 1927
32Collette y Kamp- Rice merchants, Havana. 1926-1927
32Colonial Sugar Ref. Co. Ltd.- correspondence. 1921-1937
32Colonos of eastern Cuba--Bloque de agricola de Camaguey. 1925
32Colonos of eastern Cuba--Bloque de agricola de Camaguey--Cablegrams. 1925
32Colonos of Manati, Francisco and Elia. 1937-1940
32Colonos of Manati, Francisco and Elia. 1926-1937
32Columbia Trust Co.- Correspondence. 1921-1924
32Comite Patriotico Espanol- Correspondence. 1921
32Committee of American Business Men- correspondence. 1921-1922
32Compania Nacional de Azucar de Cuba- Prospective Sale of their Sugar Through C-R Co. 1922
32Comite Permanente de las Corporaciones Economicas--Gamba, Francisco. 1921
32Comite Pro-Cuba. 1925
32Comparative data, various mills. 1923-1942
32Cordova y CIA, Demetrio- Correspondence with: Cevallos, Victor. 1921
32Corn sugar--US production. 1928
32Costa, Edmund da. correspondence. 1922
32Costello, E. H.--Memoranda. 1927
33Country Club of Habana- Correspondence. 1921-1942
33Covo, Jose M.- 50 Rue Etienne Marcel, Paris, France- correspondence re: sugar. 1928-1930
33Craig and Co., W.R.- sugar brokers, New York City- their campaign against Cuban export corporation for 1927/28, etc. 1927-1942
33Craig, John F. and John L. 1922-1939
33Craig, William J. 1921-1927
33Crosby, Laurence--Sullivan and Cromwell. 1922-1938
33Crowder, Gen. Enoch H. 1923
33Cuba--Agricultural banks, Plans for. 1926-1927
33Cuba--Central highway. 1929
33Cuba--Banco de la Republica de Cuba. 1929-1935
33Cuba- cotton raising as a new industry in the island. 1927
33Cuba--Cyclone of October 1926. 1926
33Cuba--Cyclone of November 1932. 1932
33Cuba--Currency legislation. 1939
33Cuba, El Libro de- Aid by planters, etc. to make possible the publication of a 1000pg book giving a full account of Cuba's progress. 1924
33Cuba- Great Britain, Reciprocity Treaty. 1927-1938
33Cuba- Instituto Cubano de Establizacion del Azucar. 1937
33Cuba- Refined Sugar Industry- Decree #2076 of August 7, 1934. Correspondence with: Portuondo, Aurelio, Rionda, M.E. 1934
33Cuba- Sugar Institute. 1936
33Cuban economy -- exports-imports -- Correspondence. 1925-1927
33Cuba -- Secretario de Hacienda -- Gutierrez de Celis, Santiago -- Correspondence. 1929
33Cuba Company, The -- Bond Issue and Correspondence re. Francisco Sugar Co. 1924-1935
33Cuba -- Political Conditions -- Correspondence. 1924-1941
33Cuba -- Public Debt -- Correspondence and newpaper articles. 1931-1938
33Cuba -- Secretary of State -- New York visit -- Correspondence. 1928-1929
33Cuba Cane -- Albistur, Angel- his debt of $20,290 to Cuba Cane; correspondence with him and Arango, M. 1921-1922
33Cuba Cane -- Alegrias Land Co. payments by Cuba Cane: option of purchase, quarterly rent, etc.
33Cuba Cane -- 'Alegrias Lands'- the invasion of El Jobo and Las Alegrias- Folder No. 1. 1923-1928
34Cuba Cane -- Alegrias Lands -- title dispute and invasion. 1923
34Cuba Cane -- Annual Reports and Correspondence. 1922-1930
34Cuba Cane -- Applications for positions. 1921-1925
34Cuba Cane -- Arango, Miguel, Managing Director. 1920-1924
34Cuba Cane -- Azconegui, Eulogio. 1923
34Cuba Cane -- Bags. Empty. (contract with C.R. Co. for empty bags). 1929-1930
34Cuba Cane -- Barraque Bldg.- Space for Havana Offices. 1927
34Cuba Cane -- (Bonds) Debenture- Correspondence. 1921-1937
34Cuba Cane -- Bonds of Eastern Cuba Sugar Corp.; corr. With Seligman and Co., J.W. 1922
34Cuba Cane -- Bueno, F.A. 1921
34Cuba Cane -- Bush, George E., V.P. and Treasurer -- Correspondence. 1929-1933
34Cuba Cane -- Carlee, C. C., Manager, Perseverancia and Lequeitio. Sept. 1921
34Cuba Cane -- Claims against the Cuban government for damages sustained during the 1917 Revolution. 1923
34Cuba Cane -- Colonos -- deference of rents. 1928
34Cuba Cane -- Colonos --Mill managers' guaranteed accounts to 3rd parties. 1922-1928
34Cuba Cane -- Colonos of Violeta and Velasco- revaluation of their accounts. 1931
34Cuba Cane -- Colonos -- Renewal of contracts. 1928
34Cuba Cane -- Colonos -- 1927/28 Crop Restriction, Negotiations between Colonos and Company. 1927-1928
34Cuba Cane -- Cia. Azucarera Atlantico del Golfo -- Correspondence. 1934-1939
34Cuba Cane -- Cia. Azucarera Atlantico del Golfo -- Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1929-1939
34Cuba Cane -- Conchita (Central) -- sale of. 1928-1929
34Cuba Cane -- Cuban Laws. 1. Proposed laws re: operation of insurance companies. 1929
34Cuba Cane -- Cuban Northern Railroad, J.M. Tarafa, President. 1921
34Cuba Cane -- Cuban Trading Co. transfer of C.C. offices from Havana to Central Moron; advantages to C.C. if its purchases, etc, are handled by C.T. Co. 1927
34Cuba Cane -- Czarnikow Rionda Co. and Cuban Trading Co. 1928-1931
34Cuba Cane -- Espana, Blas M. $2000 loan to him by NABUC to be repaid in 1927-28 crop. 1927-1928
34Cuba Cane -- Financial Statements. Corr: re: Financial Matters. 1921-1929
34Cuba Cane -- Financing. Budgets, Expenses, Bank Notes. 1921-1934
34Cuba Cane -- Financing. Equitable Trust Co. of New York -- Correspondence. 1921-1922
35Cuba Cane -- Fuel Oil- purchase thereof from Sinclair. 1927
35Cuba Cane -- Garcia, Rosa B. Viuda de Garcia -- Supplication for a position. 1932
35Cuba Cane -- Harvester. 1928-1929
35Cuba Cane -- Havermeyer, Horace -- Perseverancia (Central). 1928
35Cuba Cane -- Hayden, Charles -- Correspondence. 1926-1933
35Cuba Cane -- Hayden, Stone and Co. Reports. 1919 and 1927
35Cuba Cane -- Iglesias, S.J.- his separation from Cuba Cane. 1921
35Cuba Cane -- Insurance 1) Laborers' Compensation 2) Use and Occupancy Policies. 1924-1927
35Cuba Cane -- Jagueyaz- 'Carolina' Branch Line- leasing or sale of this branch line to Cuba Northern Railways Co. 1927
35Cuba Cane -- Jaretzki, Alfred. (resolution re: his death) Correspondence with: Knapp, George A. 1925
35Cuba Cane -- Julia, La (Central) Sale of. 1926-28
35Cuba Cane -- Knapp, G.A., secretary of Cuba Cane. 1928
35Cuba Cane -- Kroyer, H.F. 1921-1925
35Cuba Cane -- Kroyer, H. F. Treasurer (1). 1919-1922
35Cuba Cane -- Kroyer, H. F. Treasurer (2). 1921-1922
35Cuba Cane -- Legal Department. 1927-1928
35Cuba Cane -- Little, Authur D. -- Report re. Molasses, bagasse, etc. 1927
35Cuba Cane -- Lyman, B.A. Vice President and Treasurer. 1928
35Cuba Cane -- Managers. 1921-1922
35Cuba Cane -- Map. Alegrias, Rio Maximo and Redencion lands.
35Cuba Cane -- Map. All Sugar Zone of Camaguey Province.
35Cuba Cane -- Map of Cuba. Showing in red, the estates and railroads of Cuba Cane and eastern Cuba.
35Cuba Cane -- Map- Jobo and Las Alegrias lands.
35Cuba Cane -- Map. Rio Maximo Lands. 1920
35Cuba Cane -- Miscellaneous correspondence, reports, a speech on the history of sugar in Cuba. 1920
35Cuba Cane -- Molasses sale of -- Correspondence. 1921-1929
35Cuba Cane -- Moron- Catholic Church- Reconstruction thereof. 1922
35Cuba Cane -- Office Bldg, NY: 129 Front St.- Reduction of rental by C-R Co. 1925-1930
35Cuba Cane -- Ogilvie, W.E. 1921-1923
35Cuba Cane -- Oil Claims (central Soledad, etc.) Correspondence with: M.E. Rionda, F.G. Smith, W.A. Chadbourne (copy of his letter of May 1/28 to Hayden). 1928
35Cuba Cane -- Orders for materials and supplies- correspondence. 1921
35Cuba Cane -- Padron, Sra. Concepcion S. Vda. De (widow of one time manager of central Feliz). 1924
36Cuba Cane -- Palo Alto Controversy re. Shipment of sugars and molasses from Moron and Violeta through Palo Alto. 1928-1930
36Cuba Cane -- Pelegrin, Pedro (1). 1929-1941
36Cuba Cane -- Pelegrin, Pedro (2). 1932-1934
36Cuba Cane -- Pelegrin, Pedro (3). 1928-1929
36Cuba Cane -- Pelegrin, Pedro (4). 1929-1930
36Cuba Cane -- Plantings. 1928
36Cuba Cane -- Polarization. 1928
36Cuba Cane -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1928-1938
36Cuba Cane -- Power of Attorney in favor of Messrs. Truffin, Fanjul, J.B. and L.J., Rionda. 1922-1923
36Cuba Cane -- Production Estimates. 1921-1931
36Cuba Cane -- Production Costs. 1926-1927
36Cuba Cane -- Production Costs. 1933
36Cuba Cane -- Profit and Loss. 1928-1940
36Cuba Cane -- Profits (Estimated with sugar at 2 cents). 1930
36Cuba Cane -- Redencion and Alegrias lands. 1920-1931
36Cuba Cane -- Refining sugar in Texas -- Correspondence. 1917-1921
36Cuba Cane -- Rental guarantee in favor of Mrs. Mesa; certified check of and deposited w/ Gleats and Co., Havana in the amt of $63,000... 1928
37Cuba Cane -- Reorganization (Infante) -- Documents held by Manuel Rionda. 1929
37Cuba Cane -- Reorganization (Infante) -- Documents held by Manuel Rionda. 1930
37Cuba Cane -- Reorganization (Infante) -- Correspondence. 1929-1930
37Cuba Cane -- Reorganization (Infante) -- Stockholdings of Manuel Rionda.
37Cuba Cane -- Reorganization (New Baby) -- Securities and Exchange Commission. 1934-1939
37Cuba Cane -- Reorganization -- Printed materials. 1929-1934
37Cuba Cane -- Report on estimated cash receipts and disbursements revised to April 1, 1929. 1929
37Cuba Cane -- Resignations 1. Zevallos, Victor 2. Fanjul, Higinio. 1921-1922
37Cuba Cane -- Rio Maximo -- acquisition of lands. 1924-1925
37Cuba Cane -- Rios, Jose G. 1923
37Cuba Cane -- Russell, Miller and Carey, Stockbrokers -- Prospectus. 1922
37Cuba Cane -- Sales and Purchases made through Czarnikow-Rionda. 1923-1929
38Cuba Cane -- Sales of Sugar. 1924-1930
38Cuba Cane -- Sample, J.J. -- financial data. 1934-1935
38Cuba Cane -- San Ignatio -- Correspondence. 1928-1935
38Cuba Cane -- Simpson, John R. -- Correspondence. 1928-1931
38Cuba Cane -- Single Seller (A.C.E.A.) miscellaneous data reACEA. 1929-1930
38Cuba Cane -- Smith, F. Gerard -- Correspondence. 1923-1932
38Cuba Cane -- Soledad (Central) -- Railway right-of-way through Cuba Cane lands. 1925
38Cuba Cane -- Special Report -- 1927-1928 Crop. 1927-1928
38Cuba Cane -- Strauss, Albert Frederick -- Correspondence. 1921-1929
38Cuba Cane -- Cardenas (Production zone)-- Correspondence. 1926-1930
38Cuba Cane -- Trusteeship Agreement. 1931-1936
38Cuba Cane -- Stock Purchases by Mr. Rionda. 1921
38Cuba Cane -- Stock Sales by Mr. Rionda. 1921
38Cuba Cane -- Stockholders, List of (see Cuba Cane General Folder, 1919-1920 files). 1941
38Cuba Cane -- Sugar Storage and Shipping Charges (offered by Almacenes Publicos de Matanzas). 1928
38Cuba Cane -- Supervielle, Leoncio. Ex-manager of Central Mercedes. 1928-1929
38Cuba Cane -- Synopsis of Meetings. 1930-1933
38Cuba Cane -- Synopsis of Meetings. 1929-1934
38Cuba Cane -- Taxes-Cuban. 1927
38Cuba Cane -- U.S. Taxes for the years 1916-1920 -Correspondence. 1929
38Cuba Cane -- Velasco, lands and factory -- Correspondence. 1923-1931
38Cuba Cane -- Visit of Directors to Cuba -- Schedules and Correspondence. 1923-1927
38Cuba Cane Walsh, D.A. -- Correspondence. 1921-1923
38Cuba Northern Railways Co. -- Correspondence and Stock Prospectus. 1916-1924
38Cuba Railroad Company -- Gruber, J.M. (vice president). 1922
39Cuba Railroad Company -- Lakin, H.C., President Memorandum re. Cuban raw sugar producers and Correspodence. 1921-1941
39Cuba Railroad Company -- Monroe, F.A., Jr. (president). 1931-1933
39Cuba Self-Loading Cane Corp. -- Correspondence and technical data. 1921
39Cuban Adjustment Committee Correspondence. 1921
39Cuban American Sugar Co. -- Data. 1923-1938
39Cuban American Sugar and Land Co. -- Correspondence and legal documents. 1936-1937
39Cuban American Sugar and Land Co. -- Miscellaneous subjects. 1922-1938
39Cuban Association- Charitable and Social Organization- first social affair at Waldorf-Astoria Oct 10, 1927. 1927
39Cuban Chamber of Commerce in the United States. 1942-1943
39Cuban Congress. 1923
39Cuban Consul- New York- New York average prices for Cuban sugar. 1928-1941
39Cuban Trading Company -- Accounts collectable. 1921-1927
39Cuban Trading Company -- Accounts collectable. 1928-1932
40Cuban Trading Company -- Accounts collectable. 1932-1943
40Cuban Trading Company -- Account of Mr. Rionda with them; correspondence. 1921
40Cuban Trading Company -- Acevedo y Zardon Havana, Cuba. 1927-1928
40Cuban Trading Company -- Alfert, Herederos de Carlos (1st mortgage held by NABUC on their warehouses in Sagua). 1928
40Cuban Trading Company -- Arechabala, Jose S.A. 1932-1943
40Cuban Trading Company -- Balance Sheets -- Folder 1. 1925-1927
40Cuban Trading Company -- Balance Sheets -- Folder 2. 1928-1937
40Cuban Trading Company -- Bonding of Employees thereof. 1931
40Cuban Trading Company -- Bonuses. 1927-1941
40Cuban Trading Company -- Business Expansion. 1927-1941
40Cuban Trading Company -- By-Laws (final) Dec. 31, 1925 / Correspondence with Portuondo, Aurelio. 1925
40Cuban Trading Company -- Cables (received and sent). 1935-1937
40Cuban Trading Company -- Cables with Rionda, M.E. (sent and received). 1933-1935
40Cuban Trading Company -- Cashier's Dept. correspondence with Fanjul, H. 1929-1939
40Cuban Trading Company -- Clark, Lucas A. 1935-1942
40Cuban Trading Company -- Coffee Business -- Correspondence. 1924-1935
40Cuban Trading Company -- Cuba Company- Sale of their sugar through NABUC. 1925
40Cuban Trading Company -- Drafts of NABUC against Czarnikow-Rionda. 1929-1940
40Cuban Trading Company -- Expenses, Reduction of. 1930
40Cuban Trading Company -- Fertilizer Business. 1928
41Cuban Trading Company -- Latin American Trading Company. 1936-1940
41Cuban Trading Company -- Latin American Trading Co.- Costello, E.H. 1936-1941
41Cuban Trading Company -- Loans against sugars in warehouses in Cuba. 1922-1943
41Cuban Trading Company -- Matanzas- free zone of. 1936
41Cuban Trading Company -- Meetings of Stockholders. 1924-1942
41Cuban Trading Company -- NABUC Accounts. 1931-1933
41Cuban Trading Company -- Pascual, Enrique- contract for sale of sugar of central mercedita (Habana). 1925
41Cuban Trading Company -- Pier at Cardenas. 1940-1941
41Cuban Trading Company -- Pignoraciones Fowler. 1930
41Cuban Trading Company -- Publicity Expenses (to be borne exclusively by NABUC and not shared in by sugar estates). 1930
41Cuban Trading Company -- Purchases. 1927
41Cuban Trading Company -- Quotations to Rionda and other mills. 1926
41Cuban Trading Company -- Reorganization. 1926-1940
41Cuban Trading Company -- Schroders--Banking operations. 1925
41Cuban Trading Company -- Securities owned. 1931-1937
41Cuban Trading Company -- Silveira, Linares, and Co. 1921
41Cuban Trading Company -- Sugar advances against crop. 1921; 1926
41Cuban Trading Company -- Sugar purchases. 1924-1939
41Cuban Trading Company -- Sugars- warehouse receipts (no sugars in warehouses of NABUC to be shipped unless corr. w/h receipts are 1st surrendered. 1930-1931
41Cuban Trading Company -- Taxes. 1924-1940
41Cuban Trading Company -- United Railways of Havana- notes of the latter in favor of C.T. Co. 1921
41Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Arche, Carlos. 1928-1935
41Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Balances (Folder 1). 1930-1933
41Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Balances (Folder 2). 1930
41Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Barro, Antonio. 1937
41Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Costello, E.H. 1931-1941
41Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- DuBrocq Pier; miscellaneous correspondence re: Dubrocq Pier lease, etc. 1934-1939
41Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Fanjul, H. 1937-1940
41Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Fanjul, H. 1935-1936
41Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Fanjul, H. Correspondence. 1934-1935
41Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Fanjul, H. 1932
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Fanjul, H. 1931
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Fanjul, H. 1930
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Fanjul, H. Correspondence. 1929
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Fanjul, Higinio. 1928
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Initial steps for formation. 1926
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Lagemann, Eric; miscellaneous memos. 1928
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas--Meetings held at offices of Munson Steamship Line. 1926-1936
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Munson, Chas. W. 1931-1939
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Munson, C.W. and Frank. 1934
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Munson, C.W. and Frank. 1932-1933
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Munson, C.W. and Frank. 1932
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Munson, C.W. and Frank. 1931
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Munson, C.W. and Frank. 1928-1930
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Munson, C.W. and Frank. 1929
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Munson, C.W. and Frank. 1928
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas--Portuondo, Aurelio. 1930-1940
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas--Portuondo, Aurelio. 1928-1929
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas--Portuondo, Aurelio--Discussions with Carl Munson. 1931-1932
42Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas--Rasco, Manuel. 1931-1940
43Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Reports. 1931-1933
43Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Rionda, M.E. 1935
43Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas--Santiago C. Rey. 1928-1929
43Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas--Silveira, Linares. 1928-1929
43Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Statements, Miscellaneous. 1939
43Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas--Urquiza Bea, Juan Jose. 1928-1937
43Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas--Urquiza Bea, Pablo. 1932
43Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas--Urquiza Bea, Pedro. 1928-1937
43Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Matanzas- Warehouse Business. 1928-1940
43Cuban Trading Company -- Warehouses of Rionda Mills- Leasing thereof to Cuban Trading Company. 1930-1942
43Cueto, Rafael (old friend of Mr. Rionda). 1909-1938
43Cultivator, Motor- for sugar cane- designed by WMC Zelle. 1924
43Cummings, Wilber L. (Sullivan and Cromwell) -- Correspondence. 1927-1941
43Cuyas, Antonio -- Correspondence. 1923-1933
43Czarnikow, C. Ltd.-- Correspondence. 1920
43Czarnikow, C. Ltd.-- Correspondence. 1930-1938
43Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Alonso and Co., Sobrinos de Pedro; re: financial aid requested by them of Central Francisco. Corr. w/ export and dpt. C.R. Co. 1926-1927
43Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Auditor's Report. 1922
43Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Balance Sheets -- Memos. 1921-1935
43Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Balance Sheets of the Company- Data; re: memo to Mr. Costello and bookkeeping dept. (Folder 1). 1935-1942
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Balance Sheets of the Company- Data; re: memo to Mr. Costello and bookkeeping dept. (Folder 2). 1921-1935
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Bank Balances. 1935-1942
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Bookkeeping Department. 1929-1940
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Cashiers Department. 1929-1936
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Chartering Dept. (Misc. Data). 1930
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Circulars. 1925-1938
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Corn Exchange Bank Trust, Co.- correspondence w/ Kissane, James A. 1936
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company.-- Correspondence. 1940
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Costello, E.H. -- Correspondence. 1923-1941
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Costello, E.H. -- Report of trip around world. 1925-1941
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Cuban Trading Co. Arrangement re: commission, sharing of certain expenses, etc.; Mr. Portuondo's memo of June 3, 1924... 1924
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Cuban Trading Co. Reconciliation of Accounts- correspondence with Victor Zevallos and W.H. Davies. 1921
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Dividends on Mr. Rionda's holding of: second preferred stock, common stock, and first preferred stock; corr. w/ Tuinucu and C-R. 1925-1931
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Export Department -- Memos, etc. 1928-1941
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Godchaux Sugars, Inc.: correspondence with. 1927-1943
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Handling of Sugars of Commission. 1921
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Hershey Corporation -- sugar sales. 1927-1928
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Insurance re: Sugars held by Cuba. 1931-1942
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Johnson, Charles; re: memos to Raw Sugar Shipping Dept. 1930-1941
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Kubie, Isaac. 1924-1925
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Loan of $140,000 to Central "Sta. Lutgarda" against 40,000 bags of 1923/1924 crgo. 1923
44Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Loan of $750,000 to Cuban Trading Co. 1925
45Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Mott, C.H. (Folder 1). 1937-1943
45Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Mott, C.H. (Folder 2). 1928-1937
45Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Notices of Meetings. 1934-1943
45Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Notices of Meetings. 1921-1941
45Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Pennsylvania Sugar Co. 1927
45Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Reorganization. 1920
45Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Rio Vista, outing to. 1936
45Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Rionda, Manuel- Financial Matters (Inc.). 1917-1929 (1933?)
45Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Rionda, Manuel- Financial Matters (Inc.). 1930-1943
45Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Rionda, Silvestre (his account with C-R Co.). 1924
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Sanchez, Fanjul, and Co. (Folder 1). 1924-1927
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Sanchez, Fanjul, and Co. (Folder 2). 1928-1929
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Sanchez, Fanjul, and Co. (Folder 3). 1929-1938
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Schroder and Co. J. Henry. 1921-1929
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Schroder Banking Corp., The J.H. loan of $1,250,000 to C-R Co. 1929-1931
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Shares, Common (recapitalization). 1922-1939
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Shares, Common (recapitalization). 1922-1940
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Shares- First Preferred of; Messrs J.C. Ganzoni, Th. Westrik, H. Nieberg. 1924-1933
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Shipping Department. 1930-1943
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Stock Agreements, Correspondence. 1921-1942
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Stock of Manati Sugar Co. (owned by C-R Co.). 1924
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Stock of Sinclair Consolidated Oil Corp. (owned by C-R Co.). 1921
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Storing and Delivering of Sugar in New York- cost thereof. 1934-1942(?)
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Sugar Bags- Correspondence with Bernardo Braga and Itiginio Fanjul. 1929-1942
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Sugar Commissions from Cuban Clients. 1931
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Sugar Sales Corporation- subsidary of Royal Bank of Canada. Business with them. 1928
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Sugar Shipments, Shipping Data, Correspondence. 1928-1942
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Taxes- Recovery from U.S. Government; correspondence with Herman Goldman. 1926-1940
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Thomas, Dwight P. (see also folder title Thomas, Dwight P.). 1928
46Czarnikow-Rionda Company -- Varkevisser, Sales agent, Shanghai. 1929
46Davies, W.H.- correspondence. 1921-1930
46Davis, Norman. 1937
46Davison, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W.- Miscellaneous. 1923-1938
46De Bedts, Albert- President, Edward S. Greene Corp., Textiles. 1930
47De Bedts, Charles. Miami, Florida. 1930-1938
47De Ford, Henry- Correspondence. 1922
47Del Monte, Antonio. Re: Mrs. Elisa Decurnex Vda. De BUXO, widow of the only son of Eva Canel. 1924-1938
47Diago, Benigno- Correspondence. 1921
47Dillingham, Frank A. (Pres., So. P.R. Sugar Co.) (An intimate friend of Mr. H. Havemeyer)- Correspondence. 1925-1941
47Dillon, Read, and Co.- Bollard, Ralph H. correspondence. 1932-1936
47Dominguez, Jorge V.- Correspondence. 1921-1928
47Diseases of Sugar Cane in Cuba -- Proposal, Correspondence and Reports. 1919-1923
47Dorr-Petree Process (of Juice Flow) (Central Soledad, Cienfuegos).
47Doty, Elena- Correspondence with: her, H.B. Young, Riovista Land Corp; c/o Miss Katherine Doty, 39 Claremont Ave. New York City. 1933-1936
47Doty, John -- Correspondence. 1930-1941
47Doty, Oliver- Correspondence. 1936
47Dubrocq Lands (Correspondence subsequent to that in folder no. 28 in miscellaneous file). 1920-1928
47Eden, Cia. Azucerera. Correspondence with: 1) Higinio Fanjul 2) Oliver K. Doty. 1921
47Edgell, T. Maurice- Correspondence. 1921
47Elgin, A.C. Correspondence. 1920-1943
47Elia (Central) -- Amezaga, Caroline Escarra Vda de. 1922
47Elia (Central) -- Amezaga, Miguel J. 1921-1922
47Elia (Central) -- Azucerara Meetings. 1916-1941
47Elia (Central) -- Balbona and Cia. 1922-1926
47Elia (Central) -- Baseball Club. 1924-1925
47Elia (Central) -- Bonds- cancellation of coupons; cables to Mr. L.J. Rionda from estate office. 1915-1942
47Elia (Central) -- Bonuses.
47Elia (Central) -- Budgets -- Crop Season. 1924-1941
47Elia (Central) -- Cabrera, Juan. 1935
47Elia (Central) -- Cane Estimates: Crop; Cane Supply (est): Crop; New Planting fall and spring. 1921-1935
47Elia (Central) -- Cane Fields- Yield Crop. 1925
47Elia (Central) -- Cardoso, Alfredo, colono. 1928-1938
47Elia (Central) -- Caterpillar Tractors- Mr. S.C. Rionda's cable of Dec 9, 1926 to Don Leandro. 1926
47Elia (Central) -- Colonos -- Meeting re. 1937
47Elia (Central) -- Colonos' advances by banks -- Correspondence, Salvador Rionda. 1931
47Elia (Central) -- Colonos' advances by Royal Bank of Canada. 1926; 1942
47Elia (Central) -- Colonos' indebtedness to Cuban Trading Company. 1921
47Elia (Central) -- Colonos' liquidations -- 10 months average. 1924-1928
47Elia (Central) -- Colonos' organization -- Bloque Agricola de Camaguey. 1925
47Elia (Central) -- Crop -- Commencement of. 1925
47Elia (Central) -- Crop -- Restrictions by Cuban government. 1926
47Elia (Central) -- Dead season. 1924-1925
47Elia (Central) -- Factory machinery. 1922
47Elia (Central) -- Fertilizer -- Chilean nitrate. 1924-1926
47Elia (Central) -- Flood of Tana River. 1927
47Elia (Central) -- Guaimaro, Priest of R.C. Church of (Rev. P.Paulino Sanchez) (Information re: "El Frances"). 1926-1930
47Elia (Central) -- Heads of departments. 1925
47Elia (Central) -- Improvements (Capital). 1924-1925
47Elia (Central) -- Incorporation into Francisco. 1922
47Elia (Central) -- Independent Warehouse Inc. of Cuba- lease of warehouses of Elia to Independent Warehouses Inc. of Cuba. 1921
47Elia (Central) -- Inversiones Agricolas Santa Isabel S.A. 1940
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Borbollon. 1926-1935
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Las Jias and others. 1916-1937
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Palo Seco. 1930-1935
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Palo Seco --Deed of Cancellation of Lease of Palo Seco Lands executed Jan. 3/36; correspondence with Portuondo, A. 1935-1937
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Palo Seco --Deed of Leases thereof by Mr. Manuel Rionda, March 31, 1924; for 20 years; together with translation of said deed. 1924-1935
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Palo Seco --Intervention by Ulzurrun. 1934
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Palo Seco --Leasing thereof by the Senior from Messrs. Barreto, Fernandez and Revilla. 1923-1931
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Palo Seco --Leased to Mr. Rionda by Messrs. Barreto, Fernandez, and Revilla. 1930-1938
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Palo Seco --Leasing thereof by the Senior from Messrs. Barreto, Fernandez and Revilla. 1923-1937
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Palo Seco --Leasing thereof by Mr.Rionda March 31, 1924 for 20 years; from Dr. Gaspar Barreto, Eugenio Fernandez, and M. Revilla. 1924
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Palo Seco --Leasing thereof by Mr. Manuel Rionda March 31, 1924 for 20 years; from Messrs. Barreto, Fernandez, and Revilla. 1924-1936
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Palo Seco --Powell, Ricardo. 1935-1937
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Palo Seco --Tuinucu Sugar Co.: Senior's "Palo Seco" current account with them. 1930-1934
48Elia (Central) -- Lands -- Santa Ana. 1920-1942
48Elia (Central) -- Molasses. 1922-1928
48Elia (Central) -- Sugar Company; Mortgage Bonds. 1921
48Elia (Central) -- Perez Amezaga. 1931-1942
48Elia (Central) -- Ponce, Jose F. Education of his sons: Rafael and Jose. 1929-1930
48Elia (Central) -- Ponce, Jose F. Loan of $50,000 made to him by Mr. Rionda for development of colonia (60 cabs) in Elia; education of his sons Jose and Rafael. 1922-1937
49Elia (Central) -- Radio Apparatus- Correspondence between Mr. J.B. Rionda and Mr. L.J. Rionda re: use of Elia's radio apparatus by Cuban government. 1933
49Elia (Central) -- Railroad. 1925-1927
49Elia (Central) -- Railroad Extension to Palo Seco (3-1/2 kms). 1925
49Elia (Central) -- Railroad Freight- Guarantee by C.R. Co. up to $10,000 to cover above account. 1926-1929
49Elia (Central) -- Railroad: (Cuba R.C. Co.) WYE at Elia. 1928-1929
49Elia (Central) -- Rionda, Leandro. 1925-1937
49Elia (Central) -- Rionda, Salvador. 1922-1927
49Elia (Central) -- Road- Guaimaro to St. Lucia R.S. Station. 1925
49Elia (Central) -- Royal Bank of Canada- Finca "La Teresa". 1933-1942
49Elia (Central) -- Silva, Alfredo (colono). 1937-1941
49Elia (Central) -- Silva, Alvaro (colono). 1926-1937
49Elia (Central) -- Shipments of its sugars from Guayabal instead of Pastelillo. 1922
49Elia (Central) -- Statements- monthly condensed trial balance and other accounting data. 1927
49Elia (Central) -- Stock Issue (new) Certificates. 1916-1943
49Elia (Central) -- Sugar Shipments through Pastelillo. 1932
49Elia (Central) -- Taxes. 1921-1941
49Elia (Central) -- Telephone Communication (long distance). 1923
49Elia (Central) -- Thompson, Alfred J. 1923
49Elia (Central) -- Young, Horatio (Compania Azucerera). 1922-1934
49Elias, J.J.M. (Dutch inventor of a new machine for planting, cleaning, and cutting sugar cane). 1929
49Equitable Trust Co. of NY (for 1921/22 correspondence see Cuba Cane folder "Financing"); correspondence with: Loasby, Arthur W. President. 1927
49Ervesun, Enrique A. 1934-1943
49Escarra, Elias Castellanos de (Miami, Fla.). 1916-1941
49Escrituras -- Deeds and inventories of lands and equipment in Cuba. 1929
50Espana and Regalita -- Sugar Estates -- Folder 1. 1926-1942
50Espana and Regalita -- Sugar Estates -- Folder 2. 1920-1930
50Esperanza, (Club) N.Y.C.- Organization of Spanish Speaking White Roman Catholics. Mr. Rionda made honorary member; corr. w/ L.G. Nunez, president. 1927-1931
50Estrada, Bartolo- Bacardi Corporation of America. 1934-1938
50Estrada, Vincente- Correspondence. 1921-1925
50Estrada, Vincente; Estrada, Julio E. (gift of $500 to him); Estrada, Vincente M. (gift of $200 to him). 1921-1941
50Etchegoyen, Francisco- Correspondence. 1923
50European Sugar Industry -- Beets -- Correspondence with Portuondo. 1929
50Exchange- Daily Cash Movement. 1933
50Exchange Sales, Validity thereof -- Dr. E. Hernandez Cartagya. 1929
50Exchange of Sugar Certificates -- Correspondence. 1937-1940
50Fajardo, Mateo -- Mosaic disease, Cuba, Puerto Rico. 1924
50Fajardo, Sugar Co., The Porto Rico- Balance sheets (data). 1930
50Falla, Gutierrez Laureano. 1928-1943
50Falla, Gutierrez Laureano- Correspondence. 1921-1936
50Fanjul, Alfonso -- Correspondence. 1935-1942
51Fanjul, Mrs. Emilio (Elsie)- widow of Mr. Emilio Fanjul, her American citizenship, her C-R Co. stock holdings). 1927-1940
51Fanjul, Faustino- Re: his account with Central Elia and Cuban Trading Co. 1924-1928
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Accumulated filing -- Distillery at Cespedes. 1943
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Cables. 1921-1922
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Cables- Rionda, Dn Manuel. 1932-1941
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Cables Rionda, M.E. 1933-1941
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Cables Braga, Bernardo. 1932-1941
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Cables received 1923 from Rionda, Manuel. 1923
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Cables received 1924 from Rionda, Manuel. 1924
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Cables received 1925 from Rionda, Manuel. 1925
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Cables sent 1925 to Rionda, Manuel. 1925
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Cables sent 1924 to Rionda, Manuel. 1924
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Cables sent 1923 to Rionda, Manuel. 1923
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1920
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1921-1934
51Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1921-1922
52Fanjul, Higinio -- Correspondence. 1934-1943
52Fanjul de Alonso, Odelinda, Placido, Enrique (their accounts). 1924-1943
52Fanjul de Balbona, Mrs. Josepha- Payment of $2,000 to her by Tuinucu Sugar Co. for a/c of Mrs. Ramona Rionda, Vda de Alonso. 1925-1943
52Farr and Co. Correspondence with them. 1928-1937
52Faz, J.M.- Correspondence. 1923-1942
52Federal Sugar Refining Company Correspondence. 1927
52Fernandez, Alberto- c/o Dona Ramona Rionda, Norena, Oveido, Spain (Folder 1). 1931-1943
52Fernandez, Alberto (Folder 2). 1925-1931
52Fernandez, Carlos -- Correspondence. 1927-1942
52Fernandez, Ciro (Amigo y recomendado del Sr. Pelayo Olay). 1929
52Fernandez, Diaz, Martin- Bilbao, Spain. 1926-1930
52Fernandez, Joaquin -- Correspondence. 1928-1942
52Fernandez, Joaquin -- Correspondence. 1929-1930
53Fernandez, Joaquin -- Financial Matters- (personal)- visit to Phillipine Islands on business to C-R Co.). 1918-1939
53Fernandez, Manuel- Check for $500 by Mr. M.R. on Mar. 31, 1925; for other correspondence see "Manati" and "Tuinucu" folders. 1927-1943
53Ferrara, Orestes- Correspondence. 1927-1934
53Ferrer, Eduardo. 1921
53Financing- Rionda Plantations- Arrangement with Royal Bank of Canada re: Discounting of Drafts. 1922
53Fire Detecting Wire Cooperation (Mr. W.M. H. Garrison, Vice-President). 1923
53Fire Truck- use against cane fires. 1925
53Flores-Pedroso, Manuel -- Correspondence. 1921-1924
53Florida- Sugar Cane Industry (cane cutting machine of C.G. Muench operated in 'Everglades' region) (production of sugar mill in that region). 1930-1937
53Flynn, William J. Correspondence. 1922
53Fondo de Publicidad- Fund for Publicity Campaign. 1925
53Fontecha, Aurelio -- Sugar refinery -- Correspondence. 1940-1941
53Forbes, Mrs. Mildred S. collateral returned to her and loan considered a gift to her. 1917-1942
53Forrester, (Mrs.) Mary E.; London, England; Wrote from "Elm Villa" Cumberland Ave., South Beufliet, Essex, England. 1924-1930
53Fortune (magazine) Article re: International Sugar Agreement; correspondence with: Igersoll, Ralph McA. 1931
53Foster, W.E.- President, Amer. Sugar Refining Co.; personal correspondence. 1927-1928
53Framotex, Societe Continentale- trial offer placed with them for Framotex Metal. 1927-1928
53Francia, La. Central- memorandum re: above plantation. 1921
53Francisco Sugar Company -- Accounting data. 1933-1940
53Francisco Sugar Company -- Agendas.
53Francisco Sugar Company -- Allen, WM. N. 1922
53Francisco Sugar Company -- Alonso y Cia.
53Francisco Sugar Company -- Annual Report. 1921-1929
53Francisco Sugar Company -- Balances and other accounting data. 1933-1937
53Francisco Sugar Company -- Banco Nacional de Cuba. 1921
53Francisco Sugar Company -- Bond amortization. 1910-1933
53Francisco Sugar Company -- Bonuses (staff). 1923-1942
53Francisco Sugar Company -- Budget -- Crop season. 1924-1943
53Francisco Sugar Company -- Budget -- Dead season. 1927-1943
53Francisco Sugar Company -- "Buenaventura"- Finca Deferring of payment of rent- request for reduction of said rent. 1930-1937
54Francisco Sugar Company -- By-Laws- As amended and adopted. 1937
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Cabrera, Juan, Colonia "La Concepcion" -- Correspondence. 1927-1940
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Cane estimate. 1924-1937
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Caribbean Sugar Company, re. Francisco Sugar Co. Annual Report. 1929
54Francisco Sugar Company -- CENA Sugars damaged by cyclone. 1933
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Church, Roman Catholic (proposed construction at Central Francisco). 1934
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Cia. Azucarera Francisco- re: dissolution of this cuban company. 1921-1925
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Claims against the Cuban Government re. 1917 Revolution. 1917-1925
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Colonos. 1927-1925
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Colonos accounts. 1926-1928
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Colonos -- liquidations. 1924-1927
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Colonos --monies advanced to sustain personnel. 1927
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Colonos requests. 1924-1925
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Comite de Auxilios -- request for donation for needy families. 1930
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Contracts for agricultural advances, etc. / new clauses; correspondence with: Crawley, Geo. 1925
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Crawley, Esperanza T.--Correspondence. 1929-1934
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Crawley, George E..--Correspondence. 1927-1941
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Crop restriction by Cuban government. 1926-1941
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Dead season financing. 1925-1932
54Francisco Sugar Company -- DeFord, Henry -- Correspondence. 1921
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Dividends -- Correspondence. 1921-1926
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Drawing on New York for funds. 1925-1933
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Estrada, Vincente -- Correspondence. 1926-1943
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Export Co. Cuba Sugar. 1927
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Fees- paid to Mr. Rionda for meeting attendance. 1925-1927
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Finances -- Statements. 1926-1943
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Financial arrangements with Cuban Trading Company. 1922-1935
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Fortunez, Tomas. 1923-1930
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Grinding Data- daily /transmittal thereof by telephone to Elia / correspondence with Geo Crawley. 1924
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Havemeyer, Horace -- Correspondence. 1927-1936
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Heads of departments. 1926
54Francisco Sugar Company -- "Hortensia" Colonia. 1929
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Improvements. 1923-1927
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Independent Warehouse, Inc. 1921
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Insurance. 1940-1943
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Labor. 1941
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Lands offered for sale by Mrs. Maria Caballero; Finca "Palenque" 60 Cabs. Near Sta. Cruz del Sur; corr. w/ Maria Caballero. 1923-1925
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Lighterage. 1930-1942
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Loma Alta and Laura y Chorrillo. 1932
54Francisco Sugar Company -- Macareno. 1921-1931
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Macuto lands. 1921-1939
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Map of lands.
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Marina, Colonia (Alfonso Lastra). 1929
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Meetings, Board of Directors. 1924-1929
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Meetings, Board of Directors. 1929-1940
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Meetings, Board of Directors. 1940-1943
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Meetings, Board of Directors, Synopses. 1929
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Meetings (notices). 1931-1942
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Miscellaneous. 1920-1922
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Molasses. 1926-1940
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Mortgage. 1922-1935
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Mortgage on lands. 1931-1932
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Municipality of Francisco. Bill providing for correspondence with Bustamante, Jr., Dr. A.S. de. 1926
55Francisco Sugar Company -- National City Bank. 1929
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Notes. 1929-1931
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Notes, Serial. 1922-1927
55Francisco Sugar Company -- Papayas. 1939-1942
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Peraza, Nestor (colono). 1921-1926
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Perez, Pascasio (colono). 1929
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Port of Guayabal. 1931-1932
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Production data. 1936-1937
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Production Data- 1943 Crop. 1943
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Production data -- Elia. 1939
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Railroad lines. 1926-1933
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Railroad to Elia -- Tarafa Bill. 1923
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Receivership -- Memoranda. 1936
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Receivership and reorganization (folder 1). 1933-1936
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Receivership and reorganization (folder 2). 1936
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Registry of Property of Sta. Cruz del Sur- Deeds to be recorded again on account due to destruction of said registry by cyclone. 1932-1934
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Resignations 1) Rionda, Manuel- as company president. 1922
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Riera, Segundo; Colonia Asturias; correspondence: Rionda, Leandro and Riera, Segundo. 1922
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Rionda, Leandro J. -- Correspondence. 1922-1928
56Francisco Sugar Company -- Rionda, Leandro J. -- Correspondence. 1929-1937
57Francisco Sugar Company -- Rionda, Leandro J. -- Correspondence. 1937-June 1940
57Francisco Sugar Company -- Rionda, Leandro J. -- Correspondence. July 1940-1941
57Francisco Sugar Company -- Rionda, Leandro J. -- Correspondence. 1942-1943
57Francisco Sugar Company -- Rionda, Manuel re: serial notes of Fsco. S/Co. 1923-1940
57Francisco Sugar Company -- Road, Cayo Romero to Marti. 1923-1927
57Francisco Sugar Company -- Royal Bank of Canada. 1931-1941
57Francisco Sugar Company -- Smith, F Gerard -- Correspondence. 1922-1923
57Francisco Sugar Company -- Sosa, Jose. 1928-1938
57Francisco Sugar Company -- Statements, Monthly. 1937-1942
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Stock Holdings of Rionda, Manuel. 1922-1943
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Stock Holdings of Rodenbough, Estate of Elizabeth. 1922-1923
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Strauss, Albert and Frederick. 1923-1931
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Sugar sales. 1927-1943
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Sugar Shipments- correspondence: Crawley, Geo. E. 1925-1941
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Tarafa Bill, Protest of. 1923
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Taxes in Cuba. 1934-1942
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Tomatoes. 1942
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Viamonte, Andres (colono). 1926-1927
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Wages. 1929-1942
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Walsh, D.A.- application for position as General Superintendent of Fran. 1923
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Warehouses. 1930
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Webster, A.L. 1929-1932
58Francisco Sugar Company -- Young, Horatio B -- Secretary. 1922-1943
58Franco, J. Justin- Counselor at Law, 79 Wall St. 1929
58Franko, Mrs. Jeanne- purchase of her 30 shares in Cuba Cane Pref. Stock by Mr. Rionda at cost. 1922-1926
58Franko, Sam -- Correspondence.
58Fraser, Geo. C.- correspondence with Mr. Albert Strauss re: Fraser. 1926
58Fulton Iron Works Company. 1922-1942
58Fulton Iron Works- Gear and Shaft mark sheets for use by Manati, Francisco, Elia, and St. Vincente in event of breakages in their tandems. 1923
58Galvez, Gabino, Governor, Santa Clara Province -- Correspondence. 193501940
58Ganzoni, J.C. -- C. Czarnikow -- Correspondence. 1918-1921
59Ganzoni, J.C. -- C. Czarnikow -- Correspondence. 1922-1927
59Ganzoni, J.C. -- C. Czarnikow -- Correspondence. 1927-1938
59Garcia Canizeres, Dr. J. Correspondence re: a son of his who wishes to work with C-R Co. or Rionda Estates. 1928-1934
59Garcia Baylleres, Dr. Jose L., Secretario de Agricultura -- Correspondence. 1935
59Garcia, Claudio -- Correspondence. 1922-1924
59Garcia, Marcelino -- Correspondence. 1921-1939
59Garcia, Pelayo Correspondence. 1925
59Garcia Rubio, Manuel -- Re. Central Estrada Palma. 1923-1925
59Gelats, Narciso Correspondence. 1921-1929
59General Sugar Estates -- Correspondence. 1922-1942
59Gilmour Forbes and Co. 1929-1931
59Giorgetti, Eduardo Correspondence. 1930
59Givens' Dr. Sanitarium Correspondence with Frank W. Robertson, Med. Supt. 1924-1932
59Goin, James D. 1925-1942
59Goldman, Herman- Correspondence. 1922-1943
59Goldman and Unger. 1922
59Golodetz, M., London Sugar Broker -- Correspondence. 1929-1930
59Gomez, Hon. Mariano, President Elect of Cuba -- Correspondence and news clippings. 1936
59Gomez Mena, Jose -- Correspondence. 1928-1930
59Gomez Mena, Jose -- Correspondence. 1930-1943
59Gomez Mena and Amistad -- Correspondence re. Mosaic Disease. 1925-1926
59Gonzalez, Jose Ma. -- Correspondence. 1926
59Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Prentise. 1925-1930
59Great Atlantic and Pacific Tea Co., The. 1931-1939
59Great Britain -- Purchase of sugar from Cuba -- Aurelio Portuondo -- Correspondence. 1939-1942
59Great Western Sugar Company -- Correspondence. 1929
59Guantanamo Sugar Co. 1943
60Guaranty Trust Company of New York -- Correspondence. 1922-1942
60Guayule plant -- World War II, natural rubber production. 1942
60Guerra, Ramiro --Correspondence and Reports. 1937-1942
60Guggenheim, Harry F., United States Ambassador to Cuba -- Correspondence. 1929-1930
60Guma, Catalina Washington Vda. de- Cuban Cane preferred stock and correspondence. 1929-1934(?)
60Gutierrez, Carlos Felipe Correspondence. 1929-1934
60Gutierrez de Celis, Dr. Santiago- correspondence. 1929
60Gutierrez, Dr. Robert 32 East 65th St. NYC (brother of Viriato). 1930-1943
60Gutierrez, Dr. Viriato -- Correspondence. 1928-1936
60Gutierrez, Dr. Viriato -- Correspondence. 1936-1942
60Haas, Benjamin F.- correspondence. 1931
60Hamilton Maxwell Inc. Re: aerial surveys of sugar estates correspondence. 1928
60Harriman National Bank and Trust Co. Correspondence with Turner, James L. (vice pres.) 1931. 1931
60Hatch, Martin F. Correspondence. 1921
60Havana Central Railroad Co.- list of directors, etc.; correspondence with Rasco, Manuel. 1924
60Havana Motor Bus Company.
60Havana Post (editor) correspondence. 1921-1925
60Havemeyer, Henry O.
60Havemeyer, Horace. 1929
60Hawaiian Sugar Planter's Association- correspondence. 1937
60Hawley, R. B. 1922-1937
61Hayden, Charles. 1920-1939
61Hayden, Charles. 1921-1941
61Hedemann, C.J. (Honolulu Iron Works Co.) correspondence. 1928
61Heineman, Mrs. S.D.- correspondence. 1921
61Helmer, N.A. Mechanical Engineer, Havana. 1924-1925
61Henderson, William- Refiners of New Orleans, sale of raws to them by C-R Co. 1927
61Herrera, General Alberto. 1924-1928
61Himely Sugar Review Correspondence. 1921-1927
61Hilgert, Anab Vda. de- Jesus del Monte 85 Havana Cuba. 1927-1938
61Hobbins, Col. Wilfred A. of C. Czarnikow Ltd. 1929-1939
61Home, Plantations, Miscellaneous Financial Statements. 1932-1936
61Honolulu Iron Works Co. 1924
61Hoover, Herbert C. 1928-1932
61Hopkins Brothers- Mr. Rionda's investment of $10,000 in the firm. 1929-1934
61Hormiguero, Central. 1925-1930
61Hudson River Bridge and Greater Port Movement of NY and NJ. 1920-1921
61Hughes, Thomas. 1921-1942
61Iglesias, Luis M. 1922-1930
61Immigration into Cuba. 1928
61Independent Warehouses Inc. of Cuba- correspondence: Dr. A.S. de Bustamante, Higinio Fanjul, Victor Zevallos. 1921-1926
61India House- correspondence. 1923-1932
61Industrial Finance Corp.- correspondence. 1921-1925
61Infante, Julio. 1921-1938
61Ingersoll-Rand Co.- correspondence. 1921-1923
61Instituto Cubano de Estabilizacion del Azucar. 1924-1926
62Instituto Cubano de Estabilizacion del Azucar. 1921-1929
62Insurance on Cuban sugar mills -- Use and Occupancy. 1941
62Insurance (Miscellaneous). 1922-1943
62Investment Data. 1922-1943
62Iron, Scrap. 1937
62Isabel, Central -- Accounting data. 1941-1943
62Isabel, Central -- Beattie Sugar Company -- Correspondence. 1924
62Isabel, Central -- Field Glore and Co.- correspondence: E.P. Currier, C.W. Street, Barrett Brownback. 1929-1936
62Isabel, Central -- Hemp/Henequen -- Correspondence and reports. 1931-1934
62Isabel, Central -- Meetings and Correspondence. 1930-1931
62Isabel, Central -- Memoranda. 1928-1929
62Isabel, Central -- Miscellaneous matter, Correspondence. 1929-1934
62Isabel, Central -- Molasses tanks. 1929-1936
62Isabel, Central -- National City Bank of New York -- Correspondence. 1929
62Isabel, Central -- Nunez Mesa, Delio -- Correspondence. 1931
62Isabel, Central -- Portuondo, Aurelio -- Correspondence. 1929-1933
62Isabel, Central -- Reports (including a history of the company). 1929-1936
62Jack, General Archibald -- Correspondence. 1929-1930
62Jamison, Wm. A. (of Arbuckle Bros. 71 Water St.)- personal correspondence. 1927-1940
62Jaretzki, Alfred -- Correspondence. 1912-1929
62Jaretzki, Alfred -- Correspondence. 1921-1924
62Jarvie, James N. -- Correspondence. 1920
63Java Sugars --Reports, a Petition, Correspondence. 1921-1941
63Jenkinson, Anthony (grandson of Mr. Czarnikow)- correspondence with J.C. Ganzoni and Anthony Jenkinson. 1925-1928
63Jenkinson, Robert C.H. (grandson of Mr. C. Czarnikow)- correspondence with J.C. Ganzoni. 1925-1928
63Jenks, Leland Hamilton -- Correspondence. 1922-1929
63Jones, L.P.- correspondence. 1921-1929
63Judah, Hon. Noble Brandon -- Correspondence. 1921-1936
63"Juragua", Central- correspondence: Portuondo, A. 1923
63Keiser, George E. -- Correspondence. 1926
63Kelley, Dr. J.E.- correspondence: Manuel Rionda. 1923-1925
63Kent's Hill Seminary, Kent's Hill, Maine- correspondence: T.W. Watkins (principal), Bernado Antuna. 1926-1927
63King, Willard V. (President, Columbia Trust Co.). 1925-1942
63Kroyer, H.F. (see his folder under Cuba Cane). 1925-1928
63Labor troubles Correspondence, press clippings, company white paper. 1928
63Laborde, Juan (nephew of Don Pedro Laborde)- correspondence. 1927
63Laborde, Pedro- Correspondence. 1927-1941
63Laborde, Salvador- re: estimate of Pedro Laborde (his uncle); correspondence. 1928-1929
63Lagemann, Charles -- Correspondence. 1941-1943
63Lagemann, Walter -- Correspondence. 1921-1940
63Lagemann, Walter -- Correspondence. 1941-1928
63Lakin, H.C. -- Correspondence. 1920-1927
63Lamar, Dr. Mario- accumulated filings. 1941-1943
63Lamb, Chas. R.- correspondence. 1924-1940
63Lamb, Karl B. (son Mr. Chas. Lamb)- correspondence. 1926-1930
63Lamborn and Company -- Correspondence and reports. 1922-1927
63Lamont, Thomas W. -- Correspondence. 1930-1933
63Land Rents, reductions -- report. 1927-1942
63Laredo Bru, Frederico. 1940
63Larrinaga, Pedro- correspondence. 1931-1936
63Lasa Balenzategui, Clemente- Manati shares inherited from uncle Eustaquio Balenzategui; correspondence. 1930
63Laws (Cuban) affecting sugar industry of Cuba -- press clippings and correspondence. 1927
64Laws (Cuban) affecting sugar industry of Cuba -- press clippings and correspondence. 1935
64Laws (Cuban) affecting sugar industry of Cuba -- press clippings. 1921-1922
64Laws (Cuban) affecting sugar industry of Cuba -- press clippings and correspondence. 1925
64Laws (Cuban) affecting sugar industry of Cuba -- press clippings and correspondence. 1925
64Ledo, Jose Don -- Correspondence. 1926-1927
64League of Nations -- Reports and correspondence. 1928-1931
64Lee, Ivy L. -- Articles intended for Congress. 1921-1922
64Lee, Ivy L. -- Bills for services. 1929-1931
64Lee, Ivy L. -- Correspondence re bulletins. 1922
64Lee, Ivy L. -- Correspondence re clippings. 1922
64Lee, Ivy L. -- Correspondence re weekly sugar review. 1922
64Lee, Ivy L. -- Correspondence. 1922-1925
64Lee, Ivy L. -- Supplementary materials. 1922
64Lee, Samuel. 1928
64Levering, Joshua; Baltimore, MD- correspondence. 1928-1932
64Limonar, Compania Azucarera -- Barro Antonio. 1922-1931
64Limonar, Compania Azucarera -- Costello, E. H. 1922
65Limonar, Compania Azucarera -- Credit Applications- correspondence Costello, E.H.; 1 of 2. 1938-1940
65Limonar, Compania Azucarera -- Credit Applications- correspondence Costello, E.H.; 2 of 2. 1937-1938
65Limonar, Compania Azucarera -- Fanjul, Higinio. 1936-1942
65Limonar, Compania Azucarera -- Minutes Board of Director's Meetings. 1937-1940
65Limonar, Compania Azucarera -- Miscellaneous data. 1936-1942
65Limonar, Compania Azucarera -- Portuondo, Aurelio -- Correspondence. 1937-1939
65Limonar, Compania Azucarera -- Statements and reports. 1937-1939
65Limonar, Compania Azucarera -- Sugar sales. 1938-1940
65Linares, Julian- correspondence. 1935-1921
65Llorente, Francisca Rodriguez Vda. de- correspondence; Llorente, Manuel F. correspondence. 1924-1930
65Loans to government -- Press clipping and correspondence. 1938-1939
65Lobo, Heriberto -- Olavaria and Cia. -- Central La Julia -- Correspondence. 1938-1940
65London Joint City and Midland Bank. 1922-1925
65Lopez, Raphael B. correspondence. 1921-1936
65Louisiana, Sugar industry -- Reports and press clipping. 1926-1941
65Lowry, Frank C. -- Correspondence and report. 1920
65Luce Cane Harvester. 1937
65Luciano, Blanco- correspondence. 1921
65Macareno, Central -- Reports and correspondence. 1928-1941
65Machado, Fsco. P. 1922-1928
65Machado, Dr. Juan (Attorney-at-law and notary public in Havana; cousin of Pres. Machado, and colono od Manati; correspondence. 1928
65Machado, General Gerardo--Correspondence and his trip to New York. 1927-1943
66Machado, General Gerardo--Correspondence and press clippings. 1925-1941
66Machado, General Gerardo --Correspondence regarding. 1925-1928
66Machado, General Gerardo -- Circular letter. 1928-1931
66Magee, John (Palm Beach, Florida: friend of Mr. Charles Hayden) re: Havana Cigars; correspondence. 1925
66Manas, Dr. Arturo M. 1937
66Manati Sugar Company -- Administration Cane- Colonias "Mina" and "Victoria"; correspondence: Fernandez Morrell, A.L. 1924
66Manati Sugar Company -- Agricultural work and weather reports. 1931-1933
66Manati Sugar Company -- American Car and Foundry Export Company -- Correspondence. 1929
66Manati Sugar Company -- Annual Reports and Correspondence. 1923-1943
66Manati Sugar Company -- Armada, Armando- Supt. Of Fabrication Crop. 1924-1939
66Manati Sugar Company -- Atlantic Navigation Corporation- correspondence: Sullivan and Cromwell. 1928
66Manati Sugar Company -- Bailie, Earle -- Correspondence. 1922 and 1927
66Manati Sugar Company -- Balance, monthly. 1921-1943
66Manati Sugar Company -- Bank deposits. 1925
66Manati Sugar Company -- Bond Issue. 1927-1939
66Manati Sugar Company -- Bond Issue. 1921-1941
66Manati Sugar Company -- Bonuses. 1931-1932
66Manati Sugar Company -- Braga, Bernardo -- Memoranda, notes, etc. 1921-1943
66Manati Sugar Company -- Budget appropriations -- correspondence with New York. 1924-1939
66Manati Sugar Company -- Cane, cost of. 1923
66Manati Sugar Company -- Crop estimates. 1924-1943
66Manati Sugar Company -- Cane hauling by caterpillar carts with Reasoner Trucks. 1925 and 1939
66Manati Sugar Company -- Central Hanover Bank and Trust -- correspondence. 1922-1942
67Manati Sugar Company -- Chaparra/Delicias -- boundary issues/land exchange. 1926
67Manati Sugar Company -- Colonias to be developed. 1934
67Manati Sugar Company -- Colonos Advances and Liquidations -- Correspondence. 1920-1930
67Manati Sugar Company -- Colonos' Association -- Correspondence. 1924
67Manati Sugar Company -- Colonos Contracts -- New Laws -- Printed contract. 1923-1941
67Manati Sugar Company -- Commercial Department -- Correspondence. 1924-1934
67Manati Sugar Company -- Crop restrictions by Cuban government -- Memoranda, reports, correspondence. 1922
67Manati Sugar Company -- Cuba Railroad Company --Correspondence. 1938-1939
67Manati Sugar Company -- Cuban Trading Company --Memoranda, correspondence. 1926-1936
67Manati Sugar Company -- Davison, George W. -- Memoranda, correspondence. 1922
67Manati Sugar Company -- Dead Season Budgets -- Reports,correspondence. 1928-1942
67Manati Sugar Company -- Derecho de Permanencia, Published Opinions. 1942
67Manati Sugar Company -- Drafts -- Correspondence. 1928-1936
67Manati Sugar Company -- Drafts on Cuban Trading Company -- Correspondence. 1938-1943
67Manati Sugar Company -- Echegoyan, Francisco -- Colonia "Laura" -- Correspondence. 1926
67Manati Sugar Company -- Equipment(railway and mill) -- Correspondence. 1926-1927
67Manati Sugar Company -- Expenses- accident met by Sr. E.D. de Ulzurrun Jan. 14, 1924- correspondence. 1924
67Manati Sugar Company -- Factory improvements -- Correspondence. 1922
67Manati Sugar Company -- Factory improvements recommended by A. P. Leonard. 1923
68Manati Sugar Company -- Fernandez, Manuel J. -- Superintendant of Cultivation -- Correspondence. 1921-1925
68Manati Sugar Company -- Fernandez, Morrell A.J. -- Asst.General Mgr. -- Correspondence. 1926
68Manati Sugar Company -- Financial Position of Company -- Correspondence. 1925-1940
68Manati Sugar Company -- Financing -- Correspondence. 1924
68Manati Sugar Company -- Fowler, Irving (Irving Trust Company) -- Correspondence and report. 1924-1943
68Manati Sugar Company -- Freight charges, Cuba Railway -- Correspondence. 1931
68Manati Sugar Company -- Fulton Iron Works -- Correspondence. 1933-1938
68Manati Sugar Company -- Gonzalez, J.M. 1937-1942
68Manati Sugar Company -- Griffin, William V. -- Correspondence and Printed Magazine article. 1922-1924
68Manati Sugar Company -- Grinding, Commencement of -- Reports and Correspondence. 1921-1930
68Manati Sugar Company -- Havermeyer, Horace -- Correspondence. 1927-1943
68Manati Sugar Company -- Heads of Departments, list. 1924
68Manati Sugar Company -- Henequen -- Correspondence and report. 1927
68Manati Sugar Company -- Imbrie, James -- Correspondence with John Jay. 1926
68Manati Sugar Company -- Independent Warehouses Inc. of Cuba- correspondence. 1921
68Manati Sugar Company -- Insurance -- Memoranda. 1940-1942
69Manati Sugar Company -- Insurance Policies -- Workmen's compensation. 1937-1939
69Manati Sugar Company -- Irving Trust Company --Profit and loss statements. 1925-1943
69Manati Sugar Company -- Jaretzki. Alfred--Correspondence. 1924-1942
69Manati Sugar Company -- Jaretzki, Alfred -- Death of -- Resolution. 1937
69Manati Sugar Company -- Kroyer, H.F. -- Reports and Correspondence. 1920-1921
69Manati Sugar Company -- Labor trouble at port -- Correspondence. 1925
69Manati Sugar Company -- Laboratory Data 1924- correspondence with: Matienzo, B. (Supt. of Fabrication). 1924-1943
69Manati Sugar Company -- Lands of Estate --Report by A. R. McLane and other reports. 1924-1926
69Manati Sugar Company -- Lands planted in cane -- Reports. 1922
69Manati Sugar Company -- Legal Department (Havana) -- Correspondence. 1922
69Manati Sugar Company -- Lopez, Armando- customs dept. estate office; discrepancy in the accounts- correspondence. 1926
69Manati Sugar Company -- Machado Mena, Dr. Juan- Colono of Manati loan to him of $8,000- correspondence. 1928
69Manati Sugar Company -- Machinery parts secured from other mills in an emergency correspondence. 1923-1938
69Manati Sugar Company -- Martinez, Ramon M. -- Correspondence. 1924
69Manati Sugar Company -- Matienzo, Bienvenido. 1923-1924
69Manati Sugar Company -- Meetings, Board of Directors -- Minutes and agendas. 1920-1921
69Manati Sugar Company -- Meetings, Board of Directors -- Minutes and agendas. 1922
69Manati Sugar Company -- Meetings, Board of Directors -- Minutes and agendas. 1921-1922
69Manati Sugar Company -- Meetings, Board of Directors -- Minutes and agendas. 1922-1923
70Manati Sugar Company -- Meetings, Board of Directors -- Minutes and agendas. 1928-1940
70Manati Sugar Company -- Meetings, Synopis of certain. 1940-1942
70Manati Sugar Company -- Miscellaneous Correspondence and Reports. 1942-1943
70Manati Sugar Company -- Molasses -- Correspondence. 1928-1939
70Manati Sugar Company -- Mortgage (Cancellation) and New Mortgage Bond Issue -- Correspondence. 1932-1943
70Manati Sugar Company -- Newspaper Clippings re: common shares and data concerning financial position of Manati S. Co.
70Manati Sugar Company -- Orders for materials, repairs, and renewals. 1930-1940
70Manati Sugar Company -- "Palmillas" lease -- Correspondence. 1922-1943
70Manati Sugar Company -- "Palmillas" lease -- Correspondence. 1921
70Manati Sugar Company -- Petroleum -- Sinclair Oil Company -- Correspondence. 1942-1943
70Manati Sugar Company -- Pinero, Herminio. 1924-1926
70Manati Sugar Company -- Plascencia, Dr. Gerardo (head of the hospital at Central Manati) Feb. 1926. 1926-1929
70Manati Sugar Company -- Port of Manati -- Correspondence. 1921-1942
70Manati Sugar Company -- Portuondo, Aurelio -- Correspondence. 1924-1940
70Manati Sugar Company -- Preferred stock -- circulars. 1923-1932
70Manati Sugar Company -- Production data -- 1943 crop. 1932-1938
70Manati Sugar Company -- Profit and loss -- notations. 1924, 1926
70Manati Sugar Company -- Property Appraisal- correspondence with: Honolulu Iron Works.
70Manati Sugar Company -- Railroad Department -- Correspondence, report. 1943
70Manati Sugar Company -- Reincorporation in Cuba -- Correspondence. 1941-1942
71Manati Sugar Company -- Reorganization -- Correspondence. 1938
71Manati Sugar Company -- Reorganization -- Correspondence. 1941-1942
71Manati Sugar Company -- Reports (agriculture, factory, other works). 1936-1939
71Manati Sugar Company -- Resignations (Zevallos and Fanjul). 1936
71Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda's Correspondence (range of topics). 1924
71Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. 1922
71Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. 1923-1939
71Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. 1923
71Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. 1926
72Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. 1927
72Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. Jan.-May, 1928
72Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. May-Dec. 1928
72Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. 1929
72Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. Jan.-April 1930
72Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. May-Dec. 1930
72Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. Jan.-April 1931
73Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. May-Oct. 1932
73Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. 1932-1934
73Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. 1935-1937
73Manati Sugar Company -- Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence not yet seen by Senior. 1938-1939
73Manati Sugar Company -- Royal Bank of Canada -- Correspondence. 1940-1943
73Manati Sugar Company -- Sanchez, Fanjul y Cia --Contracts, deeds, inventories, etc. 1938
73Manati Sugar Company -- Sanchez, Fanjul y Cia -- Correspondence with directors of Manati. 1931
73Manati Sugar Company -- Sanchez, Fanjul y Cia -- Cruz, Dr. Ramon de la. 1922-1939
73Manati Sugar Company -- Sanchez, Fanjul y Cia --Miscellaneous. 1922-1939
73Manati Sugar Company -- Sanchez, Fanjul y Cia -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1939-1940
74Manati Sugar Company -- Sanchez, Fanjul y Cia -- Rionda, Salvador. 1931-1929
74Manati Sugar Company -- Sanchez, Fanjul y Cia -- Young, H. B. 1927-1943
74Manati Sugar Company -- Sarria, Antonio --Closing of Havana office. 1926-1942
74Manati Sugar Company -- Scrap Iron Sales -- Correspondence. 1938-1943
74Manati Sugar Company -- Securities Agreement with NYSE. 1926
74Manati Sugar Company -- Serrate, F. 1923-1935
74Manati Sugar Company -- Shareholders' transfer of stock -- lists. 1938
74Manati Sugar Company -- Statements (Miscellaneous). 1934-1940
74Manati Sugar Company -- Steamer "Manati" -- Correspondence. 1925-1939
74Manati Sugar Company -- Stockholders Lists, correspondence. 1939-1940
74Manati Sugar Company -- Strauss, Albert and Frederick -- correspondence, tables. 1926
75Manati Sugar Company -- Sugar Sales -- Memoranda, correspondence. 1921-1943
75Manati Sugar Company -- Sugar Sales -- Memoranda, correspondence. 1921-1931
75Manati Sugar Company -- Suris, Jose M.- Manati port re: his position. 1909-1940
75Manati Sugar Company -- Tannock, J.A. (Comptroller) -- personal -- correspondence. 1938-1942
75Manati Sugar Company -- Taxes (U.S.) -- Cuban taxes on profits. 1926-1938
75Manati Sugar Company -- Taxes (Municipal Administration) -- Correspondence. 1922-1937
75Manati Sugar Company -- Two percent tax on land rents. 1923-1942
75Manati Sugar Company -- Transfers of Common and Preferred Stock. 1929
75Manati Sugar Company -- Truffin, Regino -- Correspondence. 1924-1941
75Manati Sugar Company -- Tunas Railroad, proposed sale -- Contract. 1926
75Manati Sugar Company -- Tunas Railroad, miscellaneous matters -- Correspondence, tables, reports. 1921-1926
75Manati Sugar Company -- Tunas Railroad, miscellaneous matters -- Correspondence, tables, reports. 1927
76Manati Sugar Company -- de Ulzurrun, E.D. de, Blueprints, sketches. 1927-1943
76Manati Sugar Company -- de Ulzurrun, E.D. de, Cables. 1923-1928
76Manati Sugar Company -- de Ulzurrun, E. D. -- Correspondence. n.d.
76Manati Sugar Company -- de Ulzurrun, E. D. -- Correspondence. 1926
76Manati Sugar Company -- de Ulzurrun, E. D. -- Correspondence. 1926-1929
76Manati Sugar Company -- de Ulzurrun, E. D. -- Correspondence. 1926
77Manati Sugar Company -- de Ulzurrun, E. D. -- Correspondence. 1925
77Manati Sugar Company -- de Ulzurrun, E. D. -- Correspondence. 1924
77Manati Sugar Company -- de Ulzurrun, E. D. -- Correspondence. 1923
77Manati Sugar Company -- de Ulzurrun, E. D. -- Correspondence. Feb.-March, 1922
77Manati Sugar Company -- de Ulzurrun, E. D. -- Correspondence. May-Sept., 1922
77Manati Sugar Company -- de Ulzurrun, Ramon D. -- Correspondence. March-June, 1921
77Manati Sugar Company -- Wages and cost of certain materials -- tables. July-Nov., 1921
77Manati Sugar Company -- Walsh, D.A. -- Correspondence. 1926-1927
77Manati Sugar Company -- Warehouses, leasing -- Correspondence and press clippings. 1929
77Manati Sugar Company -- Weather correspondence: Fernandez Mirrell, A.L. 1924
78Manati Sugar Company -- Yarigua lands -- Correspondence. 1928
78Manati Sugar Company -- Young, Horatio B. -- Correspondence. 1930-1943
78Manati Sugar Company -- Young, Horatio B. -- Correspondence. 1919-1943
78Manati Sugar Company -- Young, Horatio B. -- Correspondence. 1939-1943
78Manati Sugar Company -- Young, Horatio B. -- Unfiled papers. 1925-1939
78Manati Sugar Company -- Zell, J. R. 1922-1924
78Manati Sugar Company -- Zevallos, Victor. 1921
78Manganese Mines (Oriente Province). 1932
78Manufacturers Trust Company. 1931-1941
78Manzanillo Country Club. 1925
78Map, Dubrocq (Matanzas), Molasses Tanks, etc. (A.S.R.Co.). 1930 (?)
79Mapos, Central -- Correspondence. 1938-1939
79Marr, William S.- correspondence. 1921-1922
79Marshall Stillman Movement- correspondence with: Geer, Alpheus. 1930
79Martinez, Carlos (Asociacion de Colonos de Cuba) -- Correspondence. 1922
79Martinez Fraga, Pedro, Embajador de Cuba -- Correspondence. 1923-1927
79Marwick, Mitchell and Co. 1923-1924
79Mason, T.P., General Manager of United Railways. 1925
79Matheson, William J. 1921-1928
79Matisse Corp. 1921-1924
79Matters pending, memos prepared for MER and BBR. 1936-1941
79Maynaro, George V. 1921-1928
79Mayo, E.W., Editor, Facts About Sugar -- Correspondence. 1937-1943
79McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Co. miscellaneous financial data. 1936-1943
79McCahan, William J. and Thomas C. -- Correspondence. 1928-1939
79Mederos, Pedro M. 1922
79Mendieta, Carlos -- Correspondence. 1921-1930
79Mendoza, Luis and Company -- Correspondence and statements. 1925-1931
79Meneses, Alberto -- Correspondence. 1934
79Menocal, Mario G.-- Central "Santa Marta" -- Correspondence. 1940-1942
79Mercantile -- Bank of the Americas correspondence; Banco Mercantil Americano de Cuba correspondence. 1919-1927
79Mercedita, Central (Pascual): su embargo por los Gomez Mena. 1925-1926
79Merchant, William A. 1921-1943
79Mesa, Hannibal Correspondence. 1930-1932
79Mexico, Sale of Sugars. 1941-1942
79Mikusch, Gustav, Sugar statistician -- Correspondence. 1925-1926
79Miranoa, Central, Data. 1927
79Miscellaneous N. 1940-1942
79Mitchell, Sidney Z.- Electric Bond and Share Co. 1925-1927
79Molasses -- Cuba Distilling Company -- John L. Craig -- Correspondence. 1930
79Molasses -- Rionda Plantations -- Correspondence and tables. 1929-1935
80Molasses -- Rionda Plantations -- Correspondence and tables. 1925
80Molina, A.J. -- Lands in Palo Seco offered for sale -- Correspondence. 1921-1932
80Molinet, Dr. Eugenio (see also, Manati, Chaparra). 1923-1935
80Monahan, J.T. 1922
80Montalvo, Rafael. 1921
80Monte, Guillermo del correspondence. 1921
80Montgomery, Capt. John- re: Aviation service in Cuba: mail, etc. 1927
80Montreal -- Synopsis of matters taken up by M.R. 1932-1943
80Monzon Vda. de Armas, Elisa- Termino #10 Calabazar de la Habana, Cuba; correspondence with Monzon, Elisa (vda de Armas) and Fanjul, Higinio. 1925-1927
80Moody, Andrew P. re: Cuban Sugar Export Corpn.- correspondence with: Portuondo, A. 1927
80Morales, Jose Miguel- Folder #1 correspondence with: Morales, Sara B. Vda. de; Toro, Carlos. 1921-1923
80Morales, Jose Miguel- Folder #2 correspondence with: Morales, Sara B. Vda. de; Toro, Carlos. 1922
80Moratorium Legislation of Cuba -- Correspondence. 1927
80Moratorium Legislation of Cuba -- Correspondence. 1928, 1929,1930
80Moriarty -- Estate of Florence V., correspondence Folder # 1. 1922-1927
80Moriarty -- Estate of Florence V., correspondence Folder # 2. 1921-1923
80Moriarty -- Estate of Mrs. F.V.- Bumbala, Major Othmar (stamp collection of Mrs. Moriarty)- correspondence with Mr. Kruzner. 1921-1924
80Morrison, J.E. 1937-1938
80Morro Paint Factory in Cuba -- Interest of Machado -- Correspondence. 1939-1943
80Morrow, Dwight W. correspondence. 1927-1930
80Morton. Dr. Rosalie Slaughter. (chairman, Public Health Education Committee)- correspondence. 1928
80Mosle, Geo. R. Hitching Post Ranch, Oisi Venture Co., Calif. 1927
80Mott, H.S.- correspondence. 1921
81Muniz, Miguel- corresopondence. 1922-1926
81Munson Steamship Line -- Correspondence. 1934-1939
81Museum of French Art- correspondence. 1925-1926
81Mutual Life Insurance Co.- correspondence. 1924-1935
81National Bank of Commerce of N.Y.- correspondence with: J. Howard Ardrey, J.S. Alexander. 1923-1927
81National City Bank of New York -- Correspondence. 1928
81National City Bank of New York -- Correspondence. 1922-1940
81National City Bank of NY- Havana Branch. 1921-1925
81National Republican Convention Committee. 1924
81National Sugar Refining Company of N.J, The- re: circular to stockholders with respect to offer from American Sugar Ref. Co. for purchase of Ntl Refinery. 1924-1943
81National Weekly Corp.- correspondence. 1921-1923
81Nazabal, Domingo -- Correspondence. 1922-1933
81Neiberg, Hubert Correspondence. 1930-1933
81Neill, Duncan F.D.- correspondence. 1923
81New York Sugar Trade Laboratory- correspondence. 1921
81Newark Sunday Call- Berlinrut, E.B. (Editorial Dept.). 1932
81Niese, H.E. (Engineer of American Sugar Refining Co.). 1925
81Nitrate of Soda from Chile -- Correspondence, tables, trade journal. 1921-1927
81"Non Plus Ultra Review of Madrid" Subscription to: correspondence with: 1. Manager of "Non Plus Ultra Review", 2. Fanjul, Higinio. 1921
81Norena -- Astorias, Spain; Alonso, Pedro correspondence with him: re: "fundacion" school and proposed water supply system. 1917-1920
81Norena -- (Hometown of Mr. Rionda in Spain) Asturias- Folder #1 re: 1) schools 2) water supply system; Corr. w/ Rionda Vda. de Alonso, Ramona. 1924-1929
81Norena -- (Hometown of Mr. Rionda in Spain) Asturias- Folder #2- re: schools, water supply system; corr. w/ Rionda Vda de Alonso, Ramona. 1929-1931
81Norena -- "Hometown..." Folder # 3 "re: schools..."- corr. w/ Joaquin Fernandez, Higinio Cuesta, Gregorio Colunga, Francisco Alonso, Miscellaneous Corr. 1930-1937
81Norena -- "Hometown..." Folder # 4 "re: schools... Miscellaneous Correspondence". 1925-1928
81Norena -- "Hometown..." Folder # 5 "re: schools... Miscellaneous Correspondence". 1928-1938
82Norena -- "Hometown..." Folder # 6 "re: schools, water supply system; corr. w/ R. Alonso, A. de la Vega, P. Alonso, Miscellaneous Correspondence. 1924-1936
82Norena -- "Hometown..." Folder # 7 "re: schools... P. Alonso, Miscellaneous Correspondence". 1936
82Norena -- (Spain)- Church of "Santa Marina de Cuclillos"; Mr. Rionda's donation of Ptas. 1,000 Oct. 21/26; corr. w/ Rev. P. Angel Vallin. 1926-1938
82Norena -- House of Estate of Mrs. Maria Rionda; repairs thereof to make it a club for Norena's young men; correspondence with Higinio Fanjul. 1926-1934
82Norena -- "Huertona, La". 1935-1943
82Norena -- statue in memory of Pedro Alonso; correspondence with Colunga, Gregorio (by M.E.R.). 1924-1933
82Norena, Spain- visit of Mr. Rionda to his hometown in spring of 1926; corr. w/ Fernandez Rionda, Zubillaga, Fuentes Pila, Cuesta, Marquis, Prieto, Norena. 1926-1927
82Nuno, Delfina- victim of tuberculosis; Mr. Rionda's gift of $100 to her, also a monthly allowance $16 for half/year; corr. w/ Delfina Nuno and Manuel Rasco. 1926-1943
82Ogilvie, Walter E. -- Correspondence. 1921-1925
82Ogilvie, Walter E. -- Correspondence. 1925
82Olay, Pelayo G. (distant cousin of Mr. Rionda; formerly a member of the staff of the Spanish Embassy in Washington". 1929-1938
82Oliver -- Mrs. Ellen C.; George W.; Estate of E.C. Oliver; financial matters, etc.; corr. w/ Czarnikow-Rionda Co., Geo. W. Oliver, Herman Goldman. 1928-1929
82Oliver -- Mrs. Ellen C.; Geroge W.; Estate of E.C. Oliver; financial matters; corr. W/ Czarnikow-Rionda Co. (cashier's dept.); Oliver; and Goldman. 1923-1928
82Oliver -- Estate of Ellen C.; Clarke, William J.; corr. w/ him; Great Barrington Savings Bank; (folder 1: May 7, 1931-Feb. 19, 1934). 1931-1934
83Oliver -- Estate of Ellen C.; Clarke, William J.; corr. w/ him; Great Barrington Savings Bank; (folder 2: March 26, 1934-May 21, 1936). 1934-1936
83Oliver -- Estate of Ellen C.; Clarke, William J.; corr. w/ him; Great Barrington Savings Bank; (folder 3; June 8, 1936-Nov. 18, 1938). 1936-1938
83Oliver -- Estate of Ellen C.; Clarke, William J.; corr. w/ him; Great Barrington Savings Bank; (folder 4; Dec. 5, 1938-Nov. 10, 1942). 1938-1942
83Oratory School, The; Summit NJ- correspondence with: Father Joseph, Headmaster; re: John V. Clarke. 1924-1929
83Ossorio, Miguel J.- owner of Negros Sugar Co. and Victorias Milling Co.; Philippine Islands; also his brother, Jesus Ossorio, who visited Cuba in Sept/Oct 1930. 1928-1942
83Ortiz, D.A. (formerly accountant at Cenral Tacajo, now with Gen'l Sugar Co.). 1924-1935
83Orth, Charles D. (Hanson and Orth, Philippines) -- Correspondence. 1920-1921
83Padilla, Excmo. Sr. Don Alejandro, Spanish Ambassador, Washington D.C. 1927-1928
83Pan-American Society of the U.S.- correspondence. 1922-1942
83Panorama: fortnightly publication of Madrid, Spain; article about Mr. Rionda, pub. in their issue of June 26/'25; corr. w/ admin. of "Panorama", Madrid. 1925
83Pardo, Luis; Lane production per area in Peru; correspondence with him. 1925
83Paul, Stephen: vice-president J. Henry Schroder Banking Corpn.; personal correspondence with him. 1925-1930
83Passports -- Photographs of Manuel Rionda -- Correspondence and data. 1922-1942
83Patterson, Guillermo (Embajada de Cuba) -- Correspondence. 1928
83Pedroso, Jacinto correspondence with Fanjul, Higinio. 1930-1931
83Pelayo, Julio Gomez. 1926-1937
83Pennsylvania Sugar Co.- McCarthy, John A.- president; his visit to Cuba in March, 1930. 1930-1939
84Perez, Luis Marino -- Correspondence and data. 1923-1936
84Petrikin, W.L., Great Western Sugar Company -- Correspondence. 1916-1935
84Petroleum supply for Francisco, Elia, Tuinucu and San Vicente Correspondence. 1929-1930
84Philadelphia, First National Bank: correspondence with Livingston E. Jones, president. 1923-1941
84Philadelphia-Girard National Bank, The: miscellaneous correspondence with Wayne, Jr., Joseph, President. 1924-1931
84Philippine Islands -- Correspondence, press clipping, and quota data. 1922-1940
84Philippine Sugar Industry -- Correspondence and press clippings. 1928 1942
84Phillips, Mr. Wilbur C.- (18 E. 41st St.) re: financial aid to U.S. farmers. 1924
84Piedra, Harry T.- correspondence 1921. 1921-1942
84Piedra, P.N.- correspondence. 1920-1931
84Pike, H.H., Jr. -- Testimony before the House Ways and Means Committee -- Correspondence and transcript. 1927-1941
84Pina, Severo; for other correspondence see Francisco folder "Macuto"; corr. w/ National City Bank of NY, Havana, Cuba. 1924
84Pla, Ignacio- correspondence. 1921
84Place Company, L.V.- securities of this company kept by C-R Co. in their vaults in trust and safekeeping. 1916-1938
84Place, Jr., Louis V. -- Correspondence. 1941
84Plan Claret -- Press clippings and correspondence. 1940
84Plantations in Cuba -- production tables. 1922-1941
84Polledo, Isidoro- correspondence with: Isidoro Polledo, Cira Polledo, Margarita Polledo. 1904-1929
84Polledo, J. Perez- correspondence with him. 1929-1930
84Ponce, Arturo (son of J.F. Ponce)- requests for monetary help; corr. w/ Salvador G. Rionda, Arturo Ponce (letter from him referred to Sr. Fanjul), H. Fanjul. 1927-1938
84Ponce, Jose F.- correspondence. 1921-1942
85Pool for Sale of Cuban Sugar- miscellaneous data. 1931
85Porto Rico- estimated production for 1926/27 and 1927/28; cables from Ruiz Soler, J., Hilera; re: above subject.
85Porto Rico Sugar Producers -- Correspondence. 1930
85Portuondo, Aurelio -- Cables exchanged with Bernardo Braga. 1922-1936
85Portuondo, Aurelio -- Cables exchanged with Manuel E. Rionda. 1929
85Portuondo, Aurelio -- Cables received from. 1935-1939
85Portuondo, Aurelio -- Cables received from. 1936-1937
85Portuondo, Aurelio -- Cables received from. 1923
85Portuondo, Aurelio -- Cables received from. 1924
85Portuondo, Aurelio -- Cables sent to. 1925
85Portuondo, Aurelio -- Cables sent to. 1930-1931
85Portuondo, Aurelio -- Cables sent to. 1923
85Portuondo, Aurelio -- Cable send to and received from. 1924
85Portuondo, Aurelio -- Correspondence. 1925
85Portuondo, Aurelio -- Cross Reference Sheets. 1922-1923
85Portuondo, Aurellio -- Correspondence. 1935-1941
86Portuondo, Aurellio -- Correspondence. 1923-1929
86Portuondo, Aurellio -- Correspondence. 1931-1941
86Portuondo, Aurellio -- Correspondence, Accumulated filing. May-July 1934
86Portuondo, Aurellio -- Correspondence with Victor Zevallos. July-Dec. 1934
86Post, James H.- miscellaneous correspondence with him. 1927-1938
86Post (New York Post) -- "Fifty Years of Pan-American Progress" -- Correspondence and article MS). 1943
86Prado, Felix del -- Correspondence. 1922
86"Prensa La"- correspondence; subscription of Mrs. Rionda; Mr Rionda's $500 to "Cia. Guerrero Mendoza"; purchase of tickets to charity concert. 1926-1941
86Price, Theodore H., Editor, Commerce and Finance -- Correspondence and MS of article by Manuel Rionda. 1940
86Promedios -- Correspondence and reports. 1924
86Puig, Bonocio- offers for sale to Mr. Rionda a sugar estate in Oriente (does not give name thereof); correspondence with Bonocio Puig. 1926
86Punta Alegre Sugar Company -- Correspondence and reports. 1927-1931
86Quesada, Cayetano de (Cuban Consul Gen'l., Washington D.C.)- position for Carlos Perez whose services dispensed with by Cuba Cane; corr. w/ Zevallos. 1921
86Quiros, Luis E. -- Correspondence. 1921-1942
86Quotas -- Correspondence, tabular data, and press clippings. 1927-1942
87Quotas -- Correspondence, tabular data, and press clippings. 1924
87Quotas -- Correspondence, tabular data, and press clippings. 1930-1933
87Quotas -- Correspondence, tabular data, and press clippings. 1934-1937
87Quotas -- Summary of manufacturing results to April 1, 1928. 1937-1940
87Rabel, Gaston -- Correspondence. 1940-1943
87Rabel, Gaston -- Correspondence. 1925-1928
87Rabel, Julio (Havana, Cuba)- his letter of Dec. 6, 1923 to Mr. Rionda. 1923-1931
87Railroad Passes- Cuban Lines (in favor of Mr. Rionda). 1926-1929
87Ramsey, W.H.-- Correspondence. 1921-1926
87Randall, Charles- (Portland, Maine) correspondence with him. 1924
88Rasco, Manuel -- Correspondence. 1926-1935
88Refining of Cuban Sugar -- Correspondence. 1921-1922
88Reforma (Central), Indebtedness to Cuban Trading Company -- legal documents and correspondence. 1921-1943
88Regla Coal Co. -- 1921, 1922- fees to Mr. Rionda as voting trustee (fees deposited with C-R Co.). 1921-1930
88Regla Coal Co. -- Stock Certificates (Voting Trust)- correspondence with: P. Riesgo, V-P, Regla Coal Co. 1923-1929
88Regla Coal and Oil Company, Agreement with Sinclair Oil -- Correspondence. 1922-1938
88Regla Coal and Oil Company -- Balance Sheets. 1923-1936
88Regla Coal and Oil Company, Board of Directors-- Correspondence. 1926-1929
88Regla Coal and Oil Company -- Correspondence and Memoranda. 1925-1941
88Regla Coal and Oil Company -- Correspondence and Memoranda. 1921-1927
88Regla Coal and Oil Company -- Correspondence and Memoranda. 1926-1930
88Rennard, J.C. -- correspondence. 1921-1930
88Rentschler, Gordon S., V.P. National City Bank of New York -- Correspondence. 1930-1937
88Revalorization -- Copy of the law and note. 1938-1943
88Rey, Santiago C.- Cuban congressman. 1925-1929
89Rionda, Elena de la Torriente Vda. de -- re: her death (Feb. 16., 1926). 1926-1938
89Rionda, Elena de la Torriente Vda. de -- her house: # 3 Rio Street, Matanzas, Cuba. 1922
89Rionda, Francisco -- Estate of. 1925-1938
89Rionda, Mrs. Gregoria. 1923-1939
89Rionda, Mrs. Gregoria -- Estate of. 1927-1930
89Rionda, Mrs. Harriet C. -- Her C-R Co. stock holdings; expressions of condolence to MR from Sugar Finance Committee. 1922-1937
89Est. Concepcion Rionda Joreano. 1922-1941
89Rionda, Jose B. -- Accumulated Filing. 1943
89Rionda, Jose B. -- Correspondence. 1926-1942
89Rionda, Leandro J. -- Correspondence. 1939
89Rionda, Manuel -- Cables: 1) re: market situation 2) Personal. 1929
89Rionda, Manuel -- Citizenship- Intention of becoming a U.S. citizen. 1934-1937
89Rionda, Manuel -- Daily Memoranda. 1927
89Rionda, Manuel -- Miscellaneous records and financial data. 1920-1943
90Rionda, Manuel -- Participation Accounts, Option Accounts; with: Rafael Zevallos, Manuel E. Rionda, Higinio Fanjul, and Leandro J. Rionda. 1923-1937
90Rionda, Manuel -- Re: Permit for Mr. Rionda to re-enter U.S. 1926
90Rionda, Manuel -- R.R. Transportation while in Cuba; payments to Cuba R.R. Co. by Manati, etc.; corr. w/ Manati Sugar Co, Tuinucu Sugar Co, Cuba RR Co. 1922-1926
90Rionda, Manuel -- Unfiled letters -- Correspondence and tabular data. 1920-1943
90Rionda, Manuel Enrique -- Correspondence. 1924-1942
90Rionda, Manuel Enrique -- Correspondence. 1943
90Rionda Memorial -- Burial Place of Mrs. Rionda at Riovista- correspondence with Herman Goldman. 1924-1925
90Rionda, Salvador C. -- Correspondence. 1921-1936
90Rionda, Silvestre -- Correspondence. 1927-1937
90Rionda, Ymeria -- Correspondence 1929. 1929
90Rionda, Ysidora -- Cables- Ref. Estado de Salud de Dona Ysidora y Cheche. 1936
90Rionda, Ysidora -- Condolence Messages. 1936-1939
90Rionda, Ysidora -- Financial Matters, etc. 1922-1943
90Riovista -- Baseball Field- permit for use thereof; re: Halladay, Mr. R.- Cresskill, NJ (neighbor of Riovista; has no problem with boys playing in baseball field). 1924-1927
91Riovista -- Behr Jr., Andrew A. re: his request for concession to sell milk, crackers, soft drinks, etc. at Riovista Park. DENIED; corr. W/ Behr, Dorf. 1925-1929
91Riovista -- Herbert Action Segal Co.- taxes, reduction of. 1936
91Riovista -- Holland Holdings Corporation- re: their property adjoining Riovista on south. 1925
91Riovista -- "Indian Head" prospective sale of Indian Head Inc and Indian Head Land Corp; corr. w/ J.B., L.J., and S.C. Rionda, Mrs. Doty, E. Crawley. 1924-1938
91Riovista -- Palisades, Preservation of the (NY and NJ Committee for the)- corr. W/ Mr. G.E. Hardy (invitation to his home to discuss situation w/ other. 1929). 1921-1943
91Riovista -- Park- petitions for use thereof (groups numbered 1-9, plus respective correspondence). 1925-1936
91Riovista -- Rionda Memorial. 1924-1941
91Riovista -- Re: stationing of men from the 67th Coast Artillery (AA) on Riovista property. 1942
91Riovista -- Stockholders; correspondence with Manuel E. Rionda. 1925-1930
91Riovista -- Survey and Engineering Work; Survey Data prepared by Chas. H. Eckerson, civil engineer, 47 Dean St., Englewood NJ; corr w/ Edw. W. Christie. 1922-1924
91Ripley, J.P.- correspondence w/: Gordon Rentshler, Higinio Fanjul, Salvador Rionda. 1930
91Rivas Vasquez, Dr. Alejandro -- Correspondence. 1920-1943
91Rivera, Miguel Primo de- (son of Primo de Rivera, Spanish Dictator)- invitation to visit Riovista; corr w/ Miguel Primo de Rivera, S.E.L. Maduro. 1928-1930
91Rivero, Conde del -- Diario de la Marina -- Correspondence and editorial. 1938
91Rodriguez Balbona, Francisco Norena, Spain. 1928
91Rodriguez, Carlos C. (c/o W.W. Battie and Co. Inc.- steamship brokers)- corrrespondence with him. 1928-1931
91Rodriguez, Eduardo- distant relative of Mr. Rionda (a notary in Matanzas); corr w/ Eduardo Rodriguez, Higinio Fanjul. 1928
91Rodriguez, J.G. (re: estate left by Joaquin Colunga, of Norena, Oveido, Spain, in Manati, Oriente, Cuba); corr w/ J.G. Rodriguez and Salvador C. Rionda. 1928
91Rodriguez, Manuel- Graduate of Rionda Foundation School, Norena, Oveido, Spain. 1926-1935
91Rodriguez, Pedro (senior member of Rodriguez and Co., Pedro; died in Havana Sept. 12, 1926)- cable advice, re: his demise. 1931
91Rodriguez Verrier, Jose- correspondence. 1921-1923
91Rolph, Geo. M. 1923-1933
91Rook, W.J. -- Cables. 1927-1929
91Rook, W.J. -- Correspondence. 1931-1932
91Rook, W.J. -- Correspondence. 1930-1940
91Rook, W.J. -- Correspondence. 1928-1929
91Rook, W.J. -- Correspondence. 1930
91Rook, W.J. -- Correspondence. 1931
92Rook, W.J. -- Correspondence. 1932-1935
92Ross, Ivy M. (Miss). 1919-1933
92Royal Bank of Canada -- Sugar sales correspondence. 1936
92Roza. Facundo de la. 1932-1922
92Roza, Gil de la- correspondence. 1921-1930
92Rubber- raising in Cuba of plants that yield abundant latex within a relatively short time after planting. 1934-1943
92Rubens, Gilbert E. personal correspondence with him. 1927-1929
92Rubens, Horatio J., Consolidated Railroads of Cuba -- Correspondence. 1936-1942
92Rubio, Manuel- Jovellanos, Cuba; personal corr. w/ M. Rubio. 1927-1939
92Russia, sugar production and world markets -- Correspondence. 1927-1938
92Sabin, Chas. H.- correspondence 1922-1923. 1922-1927
92Sachs, Arthur- member of the firm of Goldman, Sachs and Co. 1925
92Saint Lawrence Sugar Refineries, Ltd. -- Correspondence. 1921-1942
92"San Lino"- correspondence (folder 1). 1925-1928
93"San Lino"- correspondence (folder 2). 1921-1924
93San Miguel Hnos. S. en C. 1938
93San Vicente -- correspondence with Sr. F.E. Menendez. 1922
93San Vicente -- Censos; corr w/ J.M. Tarafa, H. Fanjul, Asociacion de Beneficencia, Sociedad Beneficia etc., Academia se Ciencias, G. Erdmann de Juarrero. 1927
93San Vicente -- Insurance; correspondence with J.M. Tarafa, H.B. Young, H. Fanjul. 1927-1935
93San Vicente -- Larrea, Juan D.; correspondence with: Juan D. Larrea. 1928
93San Vicente -- Mortgage on estate "Herrera" ($35,000); on Fincas "Sacramento" and "Canaan"; Owners: Juliana Herrera and A. Santurtun Herrera.
93San Vicente -- Sale of Plantation; Cia. Azucarera San Vicente; correspondence with them; re: stockholders. 1924-1930
93San Vicente -- Sale of Plantation; Czarnikow-Rionda Company -correspondence with them. 1927-1933
93San Vicente -- Sale of Plantation; Young, Horatio B.- correspondence with him; re: stockholders. 1923-1934
93San Vicente -- Sale of Plantation; various stockholders. 1924-1931
93San Vicente (Central) -- Agendas, Board of Directors meetings. 1930-1931
93San Vicente (Central) -- Bonds and coupons -- Correspondence. 1921
93San Vicente (Central) -- Bonuses -- Correspondence. 1924-1928
93San Vicente (Central) -- Colonos accounts and agreements. 1921
93San Vicente (Central) -- Colonos contracts, law -- Correspondence. 1924-1929
93San Vicente (Central) -- Costs per bag. 1922-1929
93San Vicente (Central) -- Crop restrictions. 1922
93San Vicente (Central) -- Election of directors. 1921
93San Vicente (Central) -- Estrada, Enrique and viuda de. 1926-1927
93San Vicente (Central) -- Expenses during dead season. 1921-1925
93San Vicente (Central) -- Ibarra, Lorenzo de and successors. 1922-1938
93San Vicente (Central) -- Jovellanos Civil Hospital. 1921
93San Vicente (Central) -- Leasing to colonos (proposed). 1921-1938
93San Vicente (Central) -- Loans to colonos. 1928
93San Vicente (Central) -- Powell, Ricardo. 1922
93San Vicente (Central) -- Progresso (Central) zone. 1921
93San Vicente (Central) -- Railroad lines of the estate. 1931-1940
94San Vicente (Central) -- Rubio, Manuel (colono). 1923
94San Vicente (Central) -- Sale of plantation -- Fanjul, Higinio. 1926-1928
94San Vicente (Central) -- Sale of plantation -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1928-1931
94San Vicente (Central) -- Sale of plantation (prospective) -- Fanjul, Higinio. 1927-1935
94San Vicente (Central) -- Sale of plantation (prospective) -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1924-1938
94San Vicente (Central) -- Sale of plantation (prospective) -- Thompson, Alfred J. 1922-1927
94San Vicente (Central) -- Sale of stock -- J. M. Tararafa. 1924
94San Vicente (Central) -- School house at batey. 1923
94San Vicente (Central) -- Stockholders. 1927-1938
94San Vicente (Central) -- Stockholders subject to liquidation of contributions. 1925
94San Vicente (Central) --Walker, George W. no date
94San Vicente (Central) -- Working papers of Mr. Rionda. 1940
94San Vicente (Central) -- Working papers of Mr. Rionda. 1925
94San Vicente (Central) -- Working papers of Mr. Rionda. 1928-1931
94San Vicente (Central) -- Working papers of Mr. Rionda -- re Tarafa estate. 1932
95San Vicente (Central) -- Young, Horatio. 1939
95San Vicente Compania -- Working Papers of Manuel Rionda- Compania Azucarera San Vicente; balances and other; re: financial situation of same. 1938-1923
95San Vicente Compania -- Working Papers of Manuel Rionda- Stockholders of Companio Azucarera San Vicente 1937-40; M. Rionda Special and General Acct. 1930-1941
95Sanchez, Fanjul and Co.- see Czarnikow-Rionda Co. and Manati folders; Sanchez, Jose B.- cables re: his New Year Greetings to Mr. Rionda. 1926-1938
95Sanchez, Fanjul y Cia. (Central Manati). 1932-1933
95Santa Amalia -- Credit Applications; correspondence with E.H. Costello. 1937-1943
95Santa Amalia -- Financial: memos from Bookkeeping Dept; re: advances to that sugar estate. 1928-1943 (?)
95Santa Amalia -- Mortgage re: Trust Co. of Cuba; correspondence with A. Portuondo, M. Rasco. 1930-1932
96Santa Amalia -- Mortgage; Trust Co. of Cuba; correspondence with Trust Co. of Cuba, The (by C-R Co.). 1930-1931
96Santa Amalia (Central) -- Barro, Antonio. 1922-1934
96Santa Amalia (Central) -- Bustamante, A. S. 1938
96Santa Amalia (Central) -- Cables. 1935-1941
96Santa Amalia (Central) -- Cash position. 1929
96Santa Amalia (Central) -- Costello, E. H. 1923-1932
96Santa Amalia (Central) -- Data. 1939
96Santa Amalia (Central) -- Deed. 1935-1943
96Santa Amalia (Central) -- Fanjul, Higinio. 1927
97Santa Amalia (Central) -- Garcia, Laurentino. 1937
97Santa Amalia (Central) -- Meetings of Cia. Azucarero Coliseo. 1921-1943
97Santa Amalia (Central) -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1921-1930
97Santa Amalia (Central) -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1937-1943
97Santa Amalia (Central) -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1923-1924
97Santa Amalia (Central) -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1925-1927
97Santa Amalia (Central) -- Rasco, Manuel. 1928-1929
97Santa Amalia (Central) -- Rionda, Jose B. 1930-1941
97Santa Amalia (Central) -- Rionda, Leandro J. 1931
97Santa Amalia (Central) -- Sugar sales. 1932-1934
97Santa Amalia (Central) -- Thompson, Alfred J. 1937
97Santa Amalia (Central) -- Zevallos, Victor. 1937-1941
97Santa Catalina (Central) -- its indebtedness to Cuban Trading Co. 1921
97Santa Cecilia (Central). 1921
97Santa Lucia Sugar Company. 1926-1927
97Santa Marta (Central) -- Belonging to General Menocal. 1923-1924
98Santa Marta (Central) -- Belonging to General Menocal. 1922
98Santa Rita (Central) -- Armas, Alberto de. 1928-1942
98Santa Rita (Central) -- Barro, Antonio. 1928-1942
98Santa Rita (Central) -- Cables. 1929-1937
98Santa Rita (Central) -- Costello, E. H. 1937
98Santa Rita (Central) -- Fanjul, Higinio. 1930-1933
98Santa Rita (Central) -- Noriego, Alberto P. 1938
98Santa Rita (Central) -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1930-1943
98Santa Rita (Central) -- Rasco, Manuel. 1930-1932
98Santa Rita (Central) -- Rionda, Leandro J. 1929-1938
98Santa Rita (Central) -- Royal Bank of Canada. 1931-1937
98Sarria, Sra. Maria Sanchez Vda. de. 1924(?) 1925(?)
98Schroder Banking Corporation -- Loans against Cuban sugar. 1931
98Schroder Banking Corporation -- Miscellaneous Correspondence. 1927-1942
98Schroder, Baron Bruno- see also folder "Tiarks, Frank". 1924-1931
98Schroder and Co., J. Henry -- see also "Tiarks, Frank". 1927-1929
98Scott, Chas. N. correspondence. 1921-1923
98Securities- belonging to certain members of Rionda family, safekeeping thereof; corr w/ Tuinucu Sugar, Czarnikow-Rionda, Braga Rionda, M.E. and J.B. Rionda. 1922-1939
98Seligman, J and W. 1930-1942
98Senado (Central) -- Sanchez Adan, Bernabe. 1931-1932
98Seton Hall College -- McLaughlin, S.T. D.; Rev. Thomas H; President; correspondence; re: Clarke boys. 1922-1926
99Sharples, Richard W. -- C. Czarnikow, Ltd. 1925-1936
99Shipping expenses at Cuban ports. 1926-1936
99Shoukelovitch, Doushan J. 1922
99Simonson, W.A.- Sr. Vice President, National City Bank of NY. 1927-1931
99Sinclair Cuba Oil Company. 1920-1942
99Sinclair, Harry T. 1925
99Sinclair Navigation Co.- correspondence; re: donation by Mr. and Mrs. Rionda of Spanish Bible; corr w/ A.E. Watts, F.C. Randall. 1922
99Social Affairs concerts and dances, wedding announcements, luncheons, dinners, and banquets. 1921-1936
99Social Security Act- Correspondence with; G.A. Braga, R. Powell. 1936-1938
99Soler, Manuel de: correspondence. 1923
99South Porto Rico Sugar Company. 1922-1935
99Spain- America House; Columbia University, NYC; correspondence with: Frank Calcott, Director, Spain-America House Fund. 1926-1940
99Spain -- Business with Czarnikow-Rionda Co.; correspondence with A. and J. Fernandez, J.B. Rionda, H. Fanjul, E.D. de Ulzurrun, A. Alas. 1927-1930
99Spain -- Casa de Espana, NY; correspondence with: Marcelino Garcia Rubio. 1940-1941
99Spain -- H.M. King Alphonso XIII; arrangements made by His Excellency M.G. Kohly, Cuban Minister in Madrid, for an audience by Mr. Rionda w/ the King. 1926-1930
99Spain -- Madrid- "Ciudad Universitaria"- Mr. Rionda's donation of $2,777; corr w/ R. Egana, M. Otaduy (both of Spanish Chamber of Commerce, Havana). 1927-1928
99Spain -- Reciprocity treaty with Cuba; Conditions in. 1925-1943
99Spanish Chamber of Commerce in NY- correspondence. 1921-1932
99Spanish Consul of NY- Ernesto Freyre. 1931
99Spanish Government- Rionda, Manuel; 1) for special service to Spanish Navy 2) autographed photo of King; corr w/ Riano, Berea, Torres, Padilla, Casares. 1925-1936
99Spanish R.C. Church- "Our Lady of Esperanza" re: construction of new vestibule (Spanish architecture) at cost of $2,000; corr w/ Rev. Adrian Buisson, A.A. 1925-1937
99Sterling, Dr. Manuel Marquez, Vda. de; correspondence with her. 1934-1939
99Stetson, Eugene W. 1921-1929
99Stettinius, Edward R. 1926-1940
99Stockholders -- Various Rionda mills. 1923-1942
99Stoker, B. Caulfield- 10 and 11 Mincing Lane, London, E.C.3. 1926-1938
99Storage Capacity- Sugar at Rionda Mills (statement re: above). 1932
99Strauss, Albert -- Cuban situation. 1922
100Strauss, Albert -- Miscellaneous correspondence. 1923
100Strauss, Frederick -- Correspondence. 1921
100Strikes in Cuba. 1921-1935
100Suarez, Mrs. Angelina Elizabeth- loans made to her by Mr. Rionda. 1910-1935
100Suero Balbin, D. Alejandro- correspondence loans to him and widow of Mr. Del Valle by Gutierrez and Rionda; corr. w/ Suero, Bustamante, Fall Gutierrez, Fanjul, Braga, Rionda, Kroyer. 1921-1930
100Suero, David- placing of his son Alejandro in Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass.; correspondence with Phillips Academy, Andover, Mass. 1911-1938
100Sugar -- Allowances (Differential) on Raws testing above and below 96 degrees; corr w/ O.K. Doty, L.J. Rionda, S.C. Rionda, E.H. Costello. 1927
100Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Expenses of Mr. Chadbourne. 1921-1937
100Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Chadbourne, Thomas L. -- Cables. 1923-1924; 1933
100Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Chadbourne, Thomas L. -- Correspondence. 1931
100Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Chadbourne, Thomas L. -- Synopsis of conferences with him. 1930-1932
101Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Cuban sugar industry. 1930-1931
101Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Exchange sales -- Francisco and Manati. 1930-1932
101Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Fanjul, Higinio.
101Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Hayden, Charles. 1920-1931
101Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Miscellaneous materials. 1930
101Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1930-1931
101Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1930
101Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1930
102Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Portuondo, Aurelio. May-Dec., 1931
102Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Portuondo, Aurelio. Jan.-April, 1931
102Sugar -- Chadbourne Committee -- Pool, Sugar Stabilization Law -- Portuondo, Aurelio. July-Dec. 1932
102Sugar -- Chadbourne Plan. Jan.-June, 1932
102Sugar -- Chadbourne Plan -- Dinner at Riovista. 1933
102Sugar -- Comite Internacional de Azucar. 1931
102Sugar Club (Havana). 1931
102Sugar Conference, International (London). 1936
102Sugar Conference, International (London). 1923-1925
103Sugar Conference, International (London). 1937
103Sugar controls in Cuba -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1938
103Sugar Consumption in U.S. and Europe: proposed campaign to stimulate greater consumption; corr w/ C. Bullock, Hoyt's Service, H.S. Rubens. 1921
103Sugar Costs- per lb. f.o.b.; " bag (325 lbs) of various Cuban mills; correspondence with H.F. Kroyer and L.J. Rionda. 1925-1927
103Sugar (Cuban) -- Cooperative marketing thereof. 1937-1942
103Sugar estates in Cuba -- Costs of living. 1934
103Sugar estates in Cuba -- Ranking according to resistance to BAD TIMES. 1928-1930
103Sugar Exchange (New York). 1925
103Sugar Exchange -- 1929 pool. 1928
103Sugar exports -- Plan for stimulating Cuban sales outside US. 1931-1941
103Sugar Finance Commission -- Antonio Barro: correspondence with him; (Folder 2: February 15, 1936 June 15, 1939). 1936-1939
103Sugar Finance Commission -- Costello, E.H. (Folder 1). 1922-1934
103Sugar Finance Commission -- Costello, E.H. (Folder 2). 1934-1935
103Sugar Finance Commission -- Costello, E.H. (Folder 3). 1935-1939
104Sugar Finance Commission -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [correspondence transactions]. 1921-1926
104Sugar Finance Commission -- Gutierrez, Dr. Virioto. 1936-1939
104Sugar Finance Commission -- Loranzo, Manuel P. (correspondence with Mr. Fanjul and his secretary re: certain records of files). 1923-1940
104Sugar Finance Commission -- re: organization program. 1921
104Sugar Finance Commission -- resignation of Mr. Rionda as president/member; corr. w/ A. Portuondo; Pres. Republic of Cuba; Secretary of Agriculture, etc. 1924-1936
104Sugar Finance Commission -- Statements, miscellaneous (Folder 1). 1921-1941
104Sugar Finance Commission -- Statements, miscellaneous (Folder 2). 1936-1939
104Sugar Finance Commission -- Sugars of Tacajo. 1921
104Sugar Finance Committee -- Audit of accounts. 1929
104Sugar Finance Committee -- Barro, Antonio- correspondence with him (Folder 1: Oct. 28, 1935 Feb. 15, 1936). 1935-1936
104Sugar Finance Committee -- Cardona y Cia. 1921-1926
104Sugar Finance Committee -- Castro, Angel Fernandez de. 1935
104Sugar Finance Committee -- Clark, Lucas A. 1935-1936
105Sugar Finance Committee -- copies of documents which will be part of defense material in lawsuit. 1922-1934
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Corliss, William F. Sullivan and Cromwell. 1936
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Corredores Notarios Comerciales. 1921
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Correspondence. 1923
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Crowder, General E. H. 1921
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation. 1921
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Cuban government officials (Menocal, Zayas and Sanchez Agramonte). 1921
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Diaz, Candido ("La Correspondencia"). 1921-1922
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents gathered for 1935-1936 lawsuit -- Agreements and printed documents. 1921-1923
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents gathered for 1935-1936 lawsuit -- Hawley, R. B. 1922
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents gathered for 1935-1936 lawsuit -- Historical background.
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents gathered for 1935-1936 lawsuit -- Historical background -- Draft for pamphlet. 1921
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents gathered for 1935-1936 lawsuit -- Manuel Rionda's letters from Cuba. 1922-1923
105Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents gathered for 1935-1936 lawsuit -- Manuel Rionda's letters from Cuba. 1922-1923
106Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents gathered for 1935-1936 lawsuit -- Statistical data and other documents. Feb. 5-March 2, 1921
106Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [abstracts of minutes of Sugar Finance Committee of Havana]. 1921-1923
106Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [correspondence re: affadavits of credit notes]. 1922-1935
106Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [corr: Am. Sugar Refining Co "toll"; Savannah Sugar Refining Corp "toll"; letters returning, etc. 1922-1935
106Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [audited statements. photostatic copies (originals) and final statements]. 1935
106Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [1921- Circular as authorized by Manuel E. Rionda, V-P of Czarnikow-Rionda Company]. 1921
106Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [Folder 1: correspondence between Rionda and Lamar (of Torriente, Brach y Lamar)]. 1922-1935
106Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [Folder 2: Financial Statements]. 1921-1935
106Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [Cuba Sugar Finance and Export Corporation]. 1921
106Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [document: history of the Equalization Board and history of the Sugar Finance Committee]. 1918-1934
106Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [miscellaneous documents]. 1921-1922
106Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [miscellaneous documents including sugar shipments 1922]. 1921-1936
107Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [2 copies of Milo A. Borges (depositions of witnesses) in lawsuit, NY July 3, 1936]. 1936
107Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [Junco y Andreu, Abogados]. 1933
107Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [correspondence with Dr. Mario Lamar, lawyer in Cuba, Nov. 1935]. 1934-1935
107Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [memos between Manuel Rionda and E. Costello]. 1922-1935
107Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [correspondence b/w M. Rionda and H. Fanjul, 1934; memos b/w M. Rionda and E. Costello, 1934]. 1934
107Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [statement of monthly sugar shipments of Sugar Finance Committee, 1922]. 1922
107Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [Sugar Finance Committee Statements; depositions of witnesses in NY and England]. 1921-1936
107Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [data on sugar sales; copy of "Operaciones...de 1923" as prepared by Marwick, Mitchell and Co.]. 1921-1936
107Sugar Finance Committee -- Documents Lawsuit 1935-1936 [transactions b/w Czarnikow-Rionda Co. and Savannah Sugar Refining Corp., 1921]. 1921
107Sugar Finance Committee -- Dufau, Chas. C., Secy. 1922
107Sugar Finance Committee -- Escrito de Conclusion, Mario Lamar y Presos, December 21, 1936. 1936-1937
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Fanjul, Higinio, correspondence with him. 1934-1939
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Falla Gutierrez, Laureano. March 5-April 8, 1921
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Fanjul, Higinio. 1921
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Gave, Ernest. 1921
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Hawley, R. B. 1922-1934
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Long, Boaz -- US Minister to Cuba. 1921
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Machado, Luis -- Regarding his article in Diario de la Marina. 1921
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Mayo, E. W. (Facts on Sugar) -- Publicity campaign. 1921
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Menendez, Florencio E. 1921
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Muzaurieta-McLeod Contract. 1921
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Nevers and Callahan. 1921
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1921
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Portuondo, Aurelio- correspondence with him. 1922-1941
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Ramirez, Dr. Oscar (Counsel of the Committee); also, Folla, Carlos. 1922-1934
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Refining contract. 1921
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Rubio, Manuel. 1923-1927
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Rionda's participation in. 1921-1922
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Strauss, Albert. 1921
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Sugars of Cuba Cane. 1941-1943
108Sugar Finance Committee -- Sugars of Ferrer, J. 1921
109Sugar Finance Committee -- Torriente, Broch, y Lamar [Folder 1]. 1921-1936
109Sugar Finance Committee -- Torriente, Broch, y Lamar [Folder 2]. 1936-1939
109Sugar Finance Committee -- Torriente, Broch, y Lamar [Folder 3]. 1939-1941
109Sugar Finance Committee -- Torriente, Broch, y Lamar [correspondence with Cosme de la Torriente and Mario Lamar]. 1922-1942
109Sugar Finance Committee -- Torriente, Broch, y Lamar [documents in regard to lawsuit]. 1935-1936
109Sugar Finance Committee -- de Zaldo, Carlos. 1921
109Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Article by "Un Colono". 1921
109Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. 1921
110Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. 1921
110Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. Feb.-April, 1921
110Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. May, 1921
110Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. June, 1921
110Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. July, 1921
110Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. August, 1921
110Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. September, 1921
110Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. October, 1921
110Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. November, 1921
110Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. December, 1921
110Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. January, 1922
111Sugar Finance Committee -- Zevallos, Victor -- Correspondence. February, 1922
111Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Cooperative Marketing Agreements -- Compania Exportadora de Azucar de Cuba -- Correspondence, press clippings, contracts. March, 1922
111Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Cooperative Marketing Agreements -- Compania Exportadora de Azucar de Cuba -- Comision Nacional para la Defensa del Azucar -- Correspondence, press clippings. April-May, 1922
111Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Crisis of 1925/26 -- Correspondence. 1929
111Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Corporacion Exportadora Nacional del Azucuar -- Bylaws, correspondence. 1926-1929
111Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Curtailment of Production -- Cables. 1925
111Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Curtailment of Production -- Cables and correspondence. 1935
111Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Curtailment of Production -- Correspondence. 1926
111Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Curtailment of Production -- Correspondence. 1927
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Curtailment of Production -- Correspondence. 1926
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Curtailment of Production -- Decrees and laws. 1927-1928
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Curtailment of Production -- Decrees and Laws (Folder 2). 1929 (?)
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Curtailment of Production -- Questionnaire sent to all sugar mills. 1929-1931
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Curtailment of Production -- Rionda's memos to "Rionda Boys". 1926-1931
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Curtailment of Production and export corporation. 1926
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Curtailment of Production and export corporation -- Rodriguez Ortiz, Pedro. 1926-1927
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Export Agency, Cooperative -- Cables with Viriato Gutierrez. 1927-1928
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Export Agency, Cooperative -- Officers. 1928
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Export Company. 1929-1930
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Export Company. 1929
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Export Company. 1929
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Financial situation. 1927-1928
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- National Commission for the Defense of Sugar -- Correspondence and cables. 1927-1928
112Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Production, Limiting of. 1921
113Sugar Industrty (Cuban) -- Statistical data -- Reports and correspondence. 1928-1929
113Sugar Industry (Cuban) -- Zychlinski, Albert, Sugar expert -- His plan for improving conditions. 1921
113Sugar Institute, Inc. 1922-1929
113Sugar -- International Conference of Sugar Producers, Havana Correspondence. 1929
113Sugar -- International Sugar Council -- Printed reports, tabular data, correspondence. 1928-1939
113Sugar Legislation (Cuba) -- proposed law regulating the relations between Hacendados and Colonos. 1937
113Sugar, Literature on re: forecasts of world production, consumption, etc. 1921-1938
113Sugar- Lumpy Raw. 1926
113Sugar Manufacture by Defecation Process. 1921
113Sugar Plantations, Cuban -- Sale of for non-payment of debts -- Correspondence. 1927
113Sugar (Polarization) -- Refiners' Committee on Sugar Differentials, Sugar Institute -- Correspondence. 1937
113Sugar Production -- Cuba -- Correspondence and tabular data -- Fanjul, Higinio. 1931
113Sugar Production -- Cuba -- re: estimates. 1923-1925
113Sugar Production -- Cuba -- data prepared by W.L. 1923
113Sugar Production -- Cuba Sugar Club. 1928
113Sugar, Refined -- re: 3 processes invented by Moriz Weinrich. 1919-1921
113Sugar Refining, Suchar Process. 1926-1927
113Sugar Sales -- Rionda Plantations. 1931-1939
113Sugar Sales -- in the U.S. (June 1940 July 1941). 1940-1941
114Sugar Sales -- in the U.S. (May 1939 April 1940). 1939-1940
114Sugar Sales -- in the U.S. (Aug. 1928 April 1939). 1928-1939
114Sugar Sales Syndicate, Joint Foreign (cables: A. Portuondo and M. Rionda). 1929
114Sugar situation. 1922-1926
114Sugar situation. 1923-1924
114Sugar situation. Jan.-Nov., 1939
114Sugar situation. Nov.-Dec., 1939
114Sugar situation. 1941-1942
115Sugar situation -- Cables. 1942-1943
115Sugar situation -- Cuba. 1943
115Sugar situation -- Cuba. 1921-1939
115Sugar situation -- Cuba. 1934
115Sugar situation -- Cuba. 1935
115Sugar situation -- Cuba. 1936
115Sugar situation -- Cuba. 1937
116Sugar situation -- Cuba. 1938
116Sugar syndicate for foreign sales -- Armstrong, Lorenzo D. -- Correspondence. 1939-1940
116Sugar syndicate for foreign sales -- Associacion Nacional de Hacendados de Cuba -- Correspondence. 1940-1941
116Sugar sydicate for foreign sales -- Caribbean Sugar Company, W.E. Borden -- Correspondence. 1929
116Sugar sydicate for foreign sales -- Cuban American Sugar Company -- Correspondence. 1929
116Sugar Syndicate for Foreign Sales -- Cuban Dominican Sugar Corp. 1929
116Sugar sydicate for foreign sales -- Deeds, Col. E.A.-- Correspondence. 1929
116Sugar sydicate for foreign sales -- Dissolution thereof -- Correspondence. 1929
116Sugar Syndicate for Foreign Sales -- "Espana" and "Trinidad". 1929
116Sugar sydicate for foreign sales -- Financial --Tiarks, Frank --Correspondence. 1929
116Sugar sydicate for foreign sales -- Portuondo, A. -- Correspondence. 1929
116Sugar Syndicate for Foreign Sales -- Richardson, Allan H. 1929
116Sugar sydicate for foreign sales -- Royal Bank of Canada -- Correspondence. 1929
116Sugar sydicate for foreign sales -- Simpson, Col. John R. -- Correspondence. 1929
116Sugar sydicate for foreign sales -- Statements -- tabular data. 1929
116Sugar sydicate for foreign sales -- Sugar sales corporation. 1929
116Sugar Trade Golf Association. 1926-1941
116Sugars- shipped to U.S. and U.K. (weights and tests). 1924-1930
116Sullivan and Cromwell -- Correspondence. 1929
116Sweden Prospective Cuban Sugar Purchase. 1929-1931
116Tabacalera -- Cables Received. 1936-1938
116Tabacalera -- Cables Sent. 1936-1938
116Tabacalera --. 1939-1942
117Tabacalera --. 1934-1939
117Taboada, Felipe (ex-Consul General of Cuba in NY). 1928-1931
117Tacajo -- [Board of Directors and Stockholders Meetings, Minutes, etc. 1915-]. 1915-1924
117Tacajo -- Drawings for expenses on Cuban Trading Co. 1921-1922
117Tacajo -- Financing of Corporation (Zevallos, Victor). 1922
117Tacajo -- Meetings (Bustamante, A.S. de). 1921-1923
117Tacajo -- Resignations, Trowbridge, G.G. and Rionda, Manuel. 1922-1924
117Tacajo -- Sugar Shipments. 1921
117Tacajo -- Securities of Mr. Rionda (sale to Frederick Horne and Harry Tapley). 1921-1924
117Tacajo Sugar Company -- Annual reports. 1929
117Tacajo Sugar Company -- Beola, Jose -- Correspondence. 1921-1942
117Tacajo Sugar Company -- Beola, Jose -- Correspondence. 1920-1923
117Tacajo Sugar Company -- Beola, Jose -- Correspondence regarding attempt to sell company to United Fruit. 1921-1923
117Tacajo Sugar Company -- Beola, Jose -- Correspondence regarding attempt to sell company to United Fruit. 1923-1925
117Tacajo Sugar Company -- Beola, Jose -- Correspondence with New York office. 1918-1923
117Tacajo Sugar Company -- Board of Directors -- Minutes of Havana meetings. 1918-1923
117Tacajo Sugar Company -- Board of Directors -- Minutes of New York meetings. 1922-1925
117Tacajo Sugar Company -- Board of Directors -- Proposed dissolution of company. 1919-1923
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Bonds. 1915-1923
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Cane estimate. 1921-1922
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Maps. 1921-1923
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Meetings with Beolas and Trowbridge at Tacajo. 1923
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Molasses.
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Report on reconciliation of Beola and Co. accounts. 1920-1921
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Sale of and controversy with Jose Beola. 1921-1928
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Security sales, data transactions, and cables. 1917-1920
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Sugar sales. 1923-1926
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Taxes, Cuban. 1920-1924
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Transaction data regarding dispute with Jose Beola. 1920-1923
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Trowbridge, G. G. -- Correspondence with Cuban Trading Co. 1921-1923
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Trowbridge, G. G. -- Correspondence with Jose Beola. 1919-1925
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Trowbridge, G. G. -- Correspondence with Manuel Rionda. 1921-1923
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Trowbridge, G. G. -- Correspondence with New York office. 1921
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Visit by Mr. Rionda. 1921-1937
118Tacajo Sugar Company -- Young, Horatio -- Secretary. 1921-1923
118Tarafa Bill -- Agreement between Col. Tarafa and American sugar companies. 1922
118Tarafa Bill -- Fanjul, Higinio. 1921-1923
118Tarafa Bill -- Lee, Ivy L. 1923. 1923
118Tarafa Bill -- Literature (newspaper articles, proposed articles). 1923
118Tarafa Bill -- Literature (printed material). 1923
119Tarafa Bill -- Portuondo, Aurelio -- Letters. 1923
119Tarafa Bill -- Portuondo, Aurelio -- Translated cables. 1923
119Tarafa, J. M. -- Cables. 1923
119Tarafa, J. M. -- Correspondence regarding sugar. 1923
119Tarafa, J. M. -- Correspondence regarding sugar. 1927-1928
119Tarafa, J. M. -- Correspondence regarding sugar. 1921-1927
119Tarafa, J. M. -- Correspondence regarding sugar. Jan.-July, 1928
120Tarafa, J. M. -- Correspondence regarding sugar. July-Dec., 1928
120Tarafa, J. M. and J. M. Tarafa, Jr. -- Correspondence. Jan.-June, 1929
120Tariff Act of 1929-. 1902-1933
120Tariff- National Tariff League, NY. 1921
120Tariff, Sugar, Clippings on File (Ivy L. Lee).
120Tariff, Sugar, Clippings on File (Ivy L. Lee) -- January and February. 1922
120Tariff, Sugar, Clippings on File (Ivy L. Lee) -- March. 1922
120Tariff, Sugar, Clippings on File (Ivy L. Lee) -- April. 1922
121Tariff, Sugar, Clippings on File (Ivy L. Lee) -- May. 1922
121Tariff, Sugar, Clippings on File (Ivy L. Lee) -- June. 1922
121Tariff, Sugar, Clippings on File (Ivy L. Lee) -- July. 1922
121Tariff, Sugar, Clippings on File (Ivy L. Lee) -- August. 1922
121Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban Sugar- Bernhardt, Joshua [his pamphlet entitled: "The Flexible Tariff and the Sugar Industry"]. 1926
121Tariff, Sugar -- Ivy L. Lee. July-Dec., 1929
121Tariff, Sugar (proposed). 1930-1936
121Tariff, Sugar, Revision of 1929. 1929
121Tariff Act, Sugar, of 1929 Schedule 5, Sugar, Molasses, and Manufactures of June 26, 27 and 28. 1929
121Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- American Committee on Cuban Emergnecy. 1921-1922
121Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Atkins, E. F. 1921
121Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Bartlett, Walter C. -- VP Cuban-American Sugar Co. 1921-1922
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Bird, William E. 1921
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Bird, Jr., William E. 1929
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban Sugar -- Brief presented to U.S. Senate Finance Committee by: Cuban-American, Francisco, Tuinucu, and Tacajo Sugar Companies. 1921
122Tariff (U.S.)j on Cuban Sugar 1929 [briefs submitted by: U.S. Sugar Assoc. of Mill Owners of Cuba, and American Chamber of Commerce of Cuba...].
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Bulletins by Mr. Lee for publication by American Producers of Cuban Sugar. 1921-1929
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Bulletins by Mr. Lee for publication by American Producers of Cuban Sugar (supplementary). 1921
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Bulletins published by American Producers of Cuban Sugar -- Correspondence. 1922
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Cuban commercail mission to Washington. 1922
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Desvernine, Eduardo L. 1922
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Finance Committee hearings, US Senate. 1921
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Funding for defense fund. 1922
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Gompers, Samuel. 1921-1922
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Hawley, Robert. 1921
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Hayden, Charles. 1922
122Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Hearings before Ways and Means Committee. 1921
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Jaretzki, Alfred. 1929
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban Sugar Kroyer, H.F. 1925
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Ogilvie, Walter E. 1929
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Pamphlet by Association of Planters of Sta. Clara Province. 1921
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Philadelphia Board of Trade. 1922
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1928
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Rionda, Jose. 1922
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Rionda, Manuel E. 1923-1929
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Rubens, Horatio. 1929
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban Sugar -- Santa Cecilia Sugar Corporation. 1921
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban Sugar -- Sarra, Drug Co. (Havana, Cuba).
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban Sugar -- Shattuck, Edwin P. 1921
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban Sugar -- Soro, Rafael (Spanish Chamber of Commerce). 1922
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Thompson, Alfred J. 1922
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban Sugar -- U.S. Tariff Commission. 1921
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Warner Sugar Refining Co. 1921-1922
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Young, H. B. 1921-1922
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Zevallos, Victor. 1921
123Tariff (U.S.) on Cuban sugar -- Zevallos, Victor -- Bulletins and literature in defense of Cuban sugar industry. 1921
123Tate and Lyle, Ltd. [Liverpool, England]. 1925
123Tax- on sugar consumed locally in Cuba (Fanjul, Higinio). 1935
123Taxes, Cuba Public Works Law. 1922-1943
123Taxes (U.S.) Payable by Mr. M. Rionda- 1) Goldman, Herman 2) U.S. IRS 3) State Tax Commission. 1929-1943
123Taxes (U.S.) Payable by Mr. M. Rionda- 1) Goldman, Herman 2) U.S. IRS 3) State Tax Commission. 1921-1928
123Taxes (U.S.) Sugar Companies Goldman, Herman. 1928-1930
123Teatini Process Economic manufacture of sugar; Havenmeyer, Horace. 1933
123Thomas, Dwight P. 1921-1922
124Thompson, Alfred J. Mrs. Erminie. 1933-1941
124Thompson, Alfred J. Mrs. Erminie. 1921-1933
124Tiarks, Frank. C. 1922
124Todd, Frederick -- Commercial Attache, U.S. Embassy, Havana. 1926-1935
124Tomasino, Delfin. 1921-1926
124Tomkins, B.A. 1923
124Toro, Carlos. 1922-1943
124Toro, Mrs. Judith W. 1921-1936
124Torre, Miguel de la -- Matanzas, Cuba. 1902-1939
124Torriente, Cosme de la. 1921-1922
124Torriente Vda. de Fargas, Sra. Carmelina. 1930-1931
124Transatlantica Espanola, Cia. 1935
124Treaty of Reciprocity between US and Cuba. 1922-1940
125Treaty of Reciprocity between US and Cuba. 1921-1943
125Treaty of Reciprocity between US and Cuba. 1921-1929
125Treaty of Reciprocity between US and Cuba. 1930-1933
125Trowbridge, G.G. 1924-1937
125Truffin, Regino. 1934
125Truffin, Regino. 1926-1942
125Truffin, (hijo), Regino Personal. 1925-1933
125Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Accounts. 1935-1942
125Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Accounts: Miscellaneous Data. 1938-1943
125Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Accumulated filing. 1921-1926
125Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Agendas of Board of Directors meetings. 1934-1936
126Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Aguilera, M.F. de la. 1923-1937
126Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alonso, Baltasar. Mesada a sus hijas. 1924-1938
126Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alonso, Francisco. 1923-1933
126Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alonso, Francisco Estate of. [Rufino Alonso; Dr. Santiago Urias; Dolores Riesgo, Vda. de Alonso]. 1933-1946
126Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alonso, Francisco, Estate of. [Colunga, Gregorio]. 1931-1939
126Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alonso, Francisco, Estate of. [Antuna, Bernardo]. 1933
126Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alonso, Francisco, Estate of. [Rufino Alonso; Dr. Santiago Urias; Delores Riesgo, Vda. de Alonso]. 1931-1936
126Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alonso, Francisco, Estate of. [Fanjul, Higinio]. 1934-1936
126Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alonso, Francisco, Estate of. [Doty, O.K. and Hine, Earl]. 1931-1936
126Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alonso, Francisco, Estate of. [Mitchell, Taylor, Capron and Marsh]. 1931-1936
126Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alonso, Francisco, Estate of. [Powell, Ricardo]. 1936-1943
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alonso, Francisco, Estate of. [Jose B. Rionda and J. Leandro]. 1933-1937
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alonso, Jose. Colonia "Caja de Agua". 1923-1939
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Alvarez, Pedro. 1937
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Annual reports -- Data, correspondence. 1943
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Applications for Employment. 1924
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Baseball Team "Tuinucu Stars" (see Donations also). 1923-1924
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Bianchi, Ricardo -- Municipal Council of Sancti Spiritus. 1923-1940
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Boilers. 1924-1925
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Bonuses. 1928-1940
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Bravo, Pablo -- Fincas "El Eden" and "Ojos de Agua". 1927
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Bridges, Ferrocarril Espirituano, offered for sale as scrap iron. 1926-1927
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Cabaiguan, Central. 1921-1924; 1942
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Cane left uncut. 1926-1941
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Cane -- New varieties of. 1921
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Capital improvements, extraordinary repairs and dead season budgets. 1926-1941
127Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Capital improvements, extraordinary repairs and dead season budgets. 1927-1941
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Capital improvements, extraordinary repairs and dead season budgets. 1931-1937
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Carbonnel Miranda, Arturo. Author of pamplet "La Idea" Centrals Mapos and Natividad. 1924-1926
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Caterpillars for hauling cane (carts). 1922-1923
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Church, Construction of. 1932-1938
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Cia. Cubana de Electricidad- perpetual right-of-way for their power lines through certain Tuinucu lands; corr w/ Oliver K. Doty. 1925-1928
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Colonos, Asociacion de. 1938-1941
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Colonos -- Accounts and liquidations. 1927-1934
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Colonos -- Advances by Pedro Alonso and Cia. 1925
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Colonias, Reguests for. 1921-1943
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Consolidated Railroads of Cuba. 1926
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Cost of production per bag. 1923-1924
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Cost data -- Comparative. 1927-1928
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Crawley, Mrs. Esperanza Rionda- financial matters; correspondence between Mr. M. Rionda and Tuinucu Sugar Co. 1924-1938
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Crop lien. 1921-1942
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Crop restriction. 1923
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Cruz, Pedro (Tunas de Zaza)- correspondence with Doty, Oliver K. 1925
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Cuba R.R. Co. (Freight Charges)- guarantee by Mr Rionda for payment; correspondence with Cuba Railroad Company. _
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Cuban Northern Railways. 1932-1938
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Cuban Trading Co. re: quotations; correspondence w/ O.K. Doty; see also Cuban Trading folder "quotations for M. Rionda and...". 1926-1931
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- de la Cruz, Ramon. 1941
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- dissolution of Cia. Azucarera Tuinucu; notice of General Stockholder's meeting held at Amargura 32, Havana, Sept. 6, 1926. 1926-1929
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Dividend, Notice of; Tuinucu Sugar Co. 1923-1930
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Dividend, Notice of; Cia. Azucarera Tuinucu. 1921-1924
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Donations to by Mr. Rionda. 1926
128Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1922
129Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1923-1936
129Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1921-1927
129Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1928
129Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1929
129Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1930
129Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1931
129Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1932
129Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1933-1934
130Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1935
130Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1936
130Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1937
130Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Oliver K. 1938
130Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, John R. -- Accumulated filing. 1939-1940
130Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Doty, Mrs. Elena F.- financial matters; correspondence b/w Mr. Manuel Rionda and Cia. Azucarera Tuinucu. 1924-1943
130Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Drawings on NY for funds (see Francisco folder bearing same title)- corr w/ E. Kirby-Smith, R. Powell, Cash Dept. of C-R Co. 1926-1938
130Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Election of Officers- Cia. Azurcarera Tuinucu. 1943-1925
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Erro, (Miss) Jacobitta; re: R.R. Communication from Tunas de Zaza to Central Tuinucu. 1924
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Escarra, Rosa Guerreo Vda. de. 1932
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Escribano, Dr. Joaquin (canididate for the position of physician at Tuinucu); corr w/ O.K. Doty, L.J. Rionda, and J.B. Rionda. 1935-1940
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Expenses, Estimates of daily. 1941-1943
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Export Co., Cuba Sugar. 1927
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Fernandez, Manuel J. 1923-1940
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Fernandez, Nicasio [N. Fernandez, O.K. Doty, J.B. Rionda]. 1921-1943
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Fertilizer for colonos. 1943
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Fertilizer, Sale of. 1926-1927
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Financial statements, Misc. 1926
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Financing. 1926
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Arroyo Grande (22 cabs.). 1924-1939
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Buena Vista (38 cabs.). 1937-1943
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Caimito (44 cabs.). 1926-1943
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- "Caja de Agua" (27 cabs; leased to T.S. Co.; lease beg. May 31, 1923)- corr w/ M.F. Aguilera, O.K. Doty, R.Rionda. 1904-1943
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Cambria. 1922
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Consuelo. 1921
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Corona, La. 1921
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Dajao (19.5 cabs.). 1932-1937
131Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Emilia 16.5 cabs.). 1938
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Manacas. 1922-1943
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Maria. 1933
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- San Bruno. 1925-1937
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- San Esteban (41.5 cabs.). 1925
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- San Ramon. 1926
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Vega, La. 1925
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Vigia, La. 1922
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Finca -- Zamora. 1932-1936
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Freight charges by Cuba Railroad. 1922-1939
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Freight rates paid to Cuba Railroad (excessive). 1922
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Galvez, Gabino. 1925-1941
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Garcia, Widow of Bernardo; $10,000 par value Cuba Cane Pref. Stock purchased for her); correspondence with O.K. Doty. 1921-1933
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Gomez, Fabian B. (his request to Mr. Rionda for financial aid to enable him to continue his studies). 1924
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Gutierrez, Primitivo; correspondence with: Gutierrez, Primitivo re: request for a Colonia; matter referred to Mr. Doty. 1924
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Hine, Earl -- Supt. Of Fabrication. 1925-1942
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Improvements (capital), extraordinary repairs, and dead season budgets. 1924-1930
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Improvements (capital), extraordinary repairs, and dead season budgets. 1930-1940
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Independent Warehouses Inc. of Cuba; lease of Tuinucu warehouses to Indep. Wrhses Inc. of Cuba; corr. w/ A.S. de Bustamante. 1921
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Insurance. 1938-1943
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Iribarren, Manuel (alias El Currito), resident of Tunas de Zaza; his New Year greetings to Mr. Rionda (Jan. 1, 1928). 1927-1936
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Kirby-Smith, E. (ex-Assistant Manager of Tuinucu). 1930-1938
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega -- Budgets. 1936-1943
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega -- Bustamante, A.S. de; correspondence with Luis Rosainz; Sullivan and Cromwell. 1934
132Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega -- Costello, Edward H. 1936-1938
133Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega -- Credit Applications; correspondence with E.H. Costello. 1926-1940
133Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega -- Deeds. 1934
133Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega -- Fire Insurance; correspondence with W.J. Clarke. 1936
133Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega -- Shares of Stock. 1940
133Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega -- Sugars. 1936-1940
133Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega, Central -- Acquisition of cane fields. 1929-1930
133Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega, Central -- Doty, Oliver K. 1928-1938
133Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega, Central -- Fanjul, Higinio. 1930-1938
133Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega, Central -- Powell, Ricardo. 1932-1939
133Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega, Central -- Production Data 1943. 1943
133Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega, Central -- Rionda (Manuel E., Leandro, Jose. 1930-1937
133Tuinucu Sugar Company -- La Vega, Central -- Young, Horatio. 1933-1934
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Labor trouble. 1934-1935
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Lands and leases -- Prepared in 1922. 1922
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Lease of "Zamora" lands (275 cabs) by Mr. Rionda. 1919-1937
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Lands- Mortgages on; extension of payments not desired; advisability of extending payment on San Bruno and Esteban. 1923
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Lime re: Kilns in "La Esperanza" and Lime Contract. 1926
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Loan to Mr. Rionda. 1924-1927
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Locomotives.
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Maintenance charges. 1922-1924
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Maps, lands, railroads and roads. 1931-1936
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Marriott, E.W., Inspecting Engineer of Colonial Sugar. 1921
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Meetings -- Board and stockholders. 1921; 1934-1943
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Mendez, Florencio. 1927
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Miscellaneous. 1934-1940
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Molasses.
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Molasses -- Claim of Cuba Distilling Co.
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Mortgage bonds on properties. 1921-1922
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- National City Bank -- Branch at Sancti Spiritus. 1925-1929
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Notices of Meetings. 1922-1942
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Notices of Meetings, Cia. Azucarera Tuinucu. 1921-1940
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Noya, Rev. Pablo T. (Vicar of Diocese of Sancti-Spiritus). 1923-1933
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Placeres, Tomas (Finca "Las Delicias"). 1928
134Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Polarization (high), England and U.S. Allowances. 1922-1927
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Powell, Ricardo (Loan). 1923-1943
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- "Progreso, El" (Cuban Social Club at Sancti-Spiritus). 1927-1929
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Production Data on 1943 Crop. 1943
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Production Estimate, Crop 1922/1923. 1923-1929
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Public Works Tax Refund. 1927-1942
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Quotas. 1931-1937
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Radio Station at the Plantation, Jones Frank H. 1923-1935
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Ramirez, Dr. Eladio. 1939
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Bustamante, A. S. 1925-1926
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- By-laws. 1924
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Descriptive report of properties.
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Financing. 1925
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Leasing to Cuba Company. 1923
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Map.
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Misc. 1925
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Subsidy for line connecting to Tuinucu. 1923
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Proposed Tuinucu to S. S. Line. 1924
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Proposed Tuinucu to S. S. Line -- Cuba Railroad Co. 1923-1926
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Proposed Tuinucu to S. S. Line -- Doty, Oliver K. 1923-1927
135Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Proposed Tuinucu to S. S. Line -- Fanjul, Higinio. 1923-1926
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Proposed Tuinucu to S. S. Line -- Portuondo, Aurelio. 1923-1925
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Proposed Tuinucu to S. S. Line -- Rionda, Jose B. 1923-1925
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Proposed Tuinucu to S. S. Line -- Rionda, Leandro J. 1923-1925
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Proposed Tuinucu to S. S. Line -- Rionda, Manuel E. 1925
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Proposed Tuinucu to S. S. Line -- Rionda, Salvador C. 1924
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Railroad, Sancti Spiritus to Tunas del Zaza -- Proposed Tuinucu to S. S. Line -- Valle, Luis del. 1923-1924
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Reports (newspaper). 1924-1925
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Rionda, Leandro J. 1921-1937
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Rionda, Manuel re: financial matters. 1928-1938
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Rionda, Ramona Vda. de Alonso. 1936-1938
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Rodriguez, Mrs. Soledad (Cigars). 1924-1926
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Rojas, Francisco de. 1921-1936
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Rolling stock belonging to the estate. 1926
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Rolling stock for transportation of cane, etc. 1925-1927
136Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Royal Bank of Canada. 1928-1935
137Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Royal Bank of Canada. 1936-1940
137Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Royal Bank of Canada. 1941-1942
137Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Royal Bank of Canada -- Papers taken to Montreal by MER. 1921-1943
137Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Salaries and wages. 1921-1940
137Tuinucu Sugar Company -- San Pedro, Mr. Emilio.
137Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Securities. 1937-1943
137Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Serial Notes. 1925-1938
137Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Statements. 1927-1936
137Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Smith, Mrs. Hilda Sandberg. 1922-1923
137Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Soceidad de Intruccssion y Recreo; Sociedad de Damas. 1926-1941
137Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Spain, Remittances to. 1937-1940
137Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Spanish Casino, Sancti Spiritus. 1925-1940
138Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Statements -- Profit and Loss, etc. 1925-1943
138Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Stock. 1925-1941
138Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Stock -- Francisco and San Vicente. 1922-1943
138Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Storage of sugars. 1929
138Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Suarez, Mrs. Fermina Eversun de. 1922-1923
138Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Sugar Exchange Transactions through Czarnikow-Rionda Company. 1935-1943
138Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Sugar sales of local consumption. 1931-1938
138Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Sugar sales of local consumption. 1939-1943
138Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Taxes on profits. 1925-1941
138Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Thompson, Alfred J. (Proposed bridge over Zaza River). 1923
138Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Tienda account. 1921-1937
138Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Tienda account. 1938-1943
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Tourists, American. 1925
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Track motors used over lines of Consolidated Railroads of Cuba. 1925-1926
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Triana Tabares, Tomas. 1930
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Truffin, Regino; re: Port Masio. 1925
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Tunas de Zaza. 1925-1927
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Tunas de Zaza -- Electric Lighting. 1925-1926
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Tunas de Zaza -- Lighterage service. 1924-1925
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Tunas de Zaza -- Pedro Cruz, President. 1924-1931
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Tunas de Zaza -- Port improvements. 1925-1926
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Tunas de Zaza -- Real Estate Purchases. 1924-1925
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Tunas de Zaza -- Sugar storage and shipment. 1925-1933
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Tunas pier, reconstruction. 1925
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Tunas terminal. 1926
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Vitoria, Central. 1922-1928
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Wolff, Dr. M.M. 1932-1933
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Working Arrangement with C-R Co. re: Shipment Delays. 1926-1942
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Young, Horatio. 1921-1938
139Tuinucu Sugar Company -- Young, Horatio B. 1922-1933
139Tuinucu and La Vega -- Miscellaneous Data. 1939
139Ulbricht, T. Carlile -- Mr. Higinio Fanjul. 1929
139Ultramares Corporation -- re: Mr. Edgar Schlubach, President. 1924-1927
139Ulzurrun, Antonio Diez de: Union College 1926, De Motte 1925, Massee 1924-1925, and Abbott 1923. 1923-1926
139Ulzurrun, Eduardo D. de. 1928-1930
139Ulzurrun, Eduardo D. de. 1931-1934
140Ulzurrun, Eduardo D. de -- (see also: Manati and Vitoria). 1927-1937
140Ulzurrun, Eduardo D. de -- (see also: Manati and Vitoria). 1935-1942
140Ulzurrun, Eduardo D. de -- Cables from Manuel Rionda. 1923
140Ulzurrun, Eduardo D. de -- Cables from Manuel Rionda. 1924
140Ulzurrun, Eduardo D. de -- Cables from Manuel Rionda. 1925
140Ulzurrun, Eduardo D. de -- Cables to Manuel Rionda. 1923
140Ulzurrun, Eduardo D. de -- Cables to Manuel Rionda. 1924
140Ulzurrun, Eduardo D. de -- Cables to Manuel Rionda. 1924-1925
140Ulzurrun, Eduardo D. de -- Cables to Manuel Rionda. 1925
140Ulzurrun, Eduardo D. de -- Cables to Manuel E. Rionda. 1923
140Ulzurrun, Eduardo D.de -- Loan: McCormack. 1925-1929
140Ulzurrun, Luis and Antonio D. de --. 1924-1926
140Ulzurrun, Luis and Antonio D. de -- "Abbott School" [Father Chas. I. Brown, Geo. D. Church, Dr. and G.L. Pratt]. 1923
140Ulzurrun, Luis and Antonio D. de -- Abbott School [Roy H. McCormack]. 1923
141Ulzurrun, Luis and Antonio D. de -- Abbott School reports, bills, etc. 1923-1924
141Ulzurrun, Luis and Antonio D. de -- Cables and Telegrams [Eduardo D. de Ulzurrun, 1923-1927]. 1924-1927
141Ulzurrun, Luis and Antonio D. de -- Cables and Telegrams [Mr. Lozano, 1924-1927]. 1924-1927
141Ulzurrun, Luis and Antonio D. de -- Cashier's Dept., Mr. P. Riesgo and Manuel Rionda. 1924-1928
141Ulzurrun, Luis and Antonio D. de -- Eduardo D. de. 1923-1924
141Ulzurrun, Luis and Antonio D. de -- Eduardo D. de Ulzurrun. 1925
141Ulzurrun, Luis and Antonio D. de -- Eduardo D. de Ulzurrun. 1926
141Ulzurrun, Luis and Antonio D. de -- Eduardo D. de Ulzurrun. 1927-1928
141Ulzurrun, Luis and Antonio D. de -- Massee School, McCormack, Roy H. and Slack, W. Roscoe. 1924-1926
141Ulzurrun, Luis Diez de -- De Motte 1925, Massee 1924-1925, Abbott 1923-1924. 1923-1925
142Ulzurrun, Luis Diez de -- Union College. 1925-1928
141Ulzurrun, Ramon Diez de --. 1926-1930
141Union Economica Social de Cuba -- Diaz Albertini, Oscar. 1936
141United Kingdom -- Market for Cubas, etc. 1929-1930
141United Railways of Havana -- Fanjul, Higinio. 1929-1930
141United States -- Statistical Sugar Situation. 1930
141United States Sugar Corporation. 1937
141Unsold Sugars -- Home Plantation. 1935-1937
142Unsold Sugars -- Home Plantations. 1937-1939
142Untermeyer, Irwin. 1921-1922
142Urquiza Bea y Cia. 1925-1936
142Urquiza, Pedro re: Banco Mercantil Americano. 1921-1937
142del Valle, Luis and successors. 1921-1942
142Velasco, Dionisio see also: Cuba Cane; Velasco- Lands and Factory. 1922-1931
142Vergara, Rafael. 1936
143Vertientes Sugar Company. 1922-1940
143Vilar y Miralles, Federico re: stay in U.S. 1925-1936
143Villagran de la Vega, Rosa. 1926
143Villasuso, Ramon F. 1927
143Violeta Sugar Company. 1937-1938
143Visitors -- Rionda Plantations. 1923
143Vitoria, Central. 1927-1933
143Wall Front Corporation -- Correspondence with Schwartz, Lewis R. 1929-1939
143Wall Front Corporation -- Data. 1927-1929
143Wallace, Henry A. -- Secretary of Agriculture. 1938-1942
143Walsh, Mr. D.A. -- correspondence 1923. 1921-1931
143Walsh, James A. -- Correspondence. 1927
143Warehouse Receipts of San Francisco and Manati [safekeeping thereof in New York]. 1938
143Warren, Jerry J. Promoter of "Central Jagueyal". 1929
143Washington -- Corliss, Wm. F. 1925
143Washington -- Election of Officers (Notice of Annual Meetings for Election of Directors). 1923-1930
143Washington -- Fees to Mr. Rionda for Attending Director's Meetings during 1922, etc. 1933-1922
143Washington -- Insurance (fire, etc.) correspondence between Mr. H. Fanjul and Mr. H.B. Young. 1925-1929
143Washington -- Loan of $28,000 to Mr. R. for 6 months (due April 1925 6% P/A) correspondence with Washington Sugar Company. 1924-1928
143Washington -- Mortgage Cedules correspondence with: Aurelio Portuondo. 1925
143Washington -- Mortgage Letters 1922 [Rionda, Jose D.]. 1921-1922
143Washington -- Notices of Meetings, Board of Directors; see also "Election of Officers" and "Stock". 1923-1931
143Washington -- Taxes. 1919-1936
143Washington Sugar Company -- Agreement between Banco Mercantil and Alvarez Industrial S. Cp. 1921
143Washington Sugar Company -- Atkins and Co. -- Prespective acquistions. 1924-1932
143Washington Sugar Company -- Bedrinana lawsuit against Alvarez Industrial Sugar Co. 1921
143Washington Sugar Company -- Faz, Jose M. -- Alvarez Industrial Sugar Co. 1921
143Washington Sugar Company -- J. P. Morgan and Co. 1922
144Washington Sugar Company -- Mercantile Bank of the Americas. 1921-1928
144Washington Sugar Company -- Map of railroad lines.
144Washington Sugar Company -- Mortgage. 1921-1925
144Washington Sugar Company -- Mortgage -- Alvarez, Manuel. 1921
144Washington Sugar Company -- Mortgage -- Arche, Carlos. 1921-1922
144Washington Sugar Company -- Mortgage -- Bustamante, Antonio S. De. 1921-1922
144Washington Sugar Company -- Mortgage -- Rasco, Manuel. 1929
144Washington Sugar Company -- Mortgage -- Rionda, Manuel E. 1922
144Washington Sugar Company -- Ogilvie, W. E. 1922
144Washington Sugar Company -- Rabel, Gaston. 1924
144Washington Sugar Company -- Rico, Altagracia -- Her lawsuit against company. 1929
144Washington Sugar Company -- Stettinius -- Correspondence with Salvador Rionda concerning him. 1922
144Washington Sugar Company -- Stocks. 1929-1936
144Washington Sugar Company -- Strauss, Albert. 1921
144Washington Sugar Company -- Young, H. B. and Jose Rionda. 1921-1925
144Weber and Co. (Valparaiso, Chile) sale of Cuban raws to Chilean refiners. 1925
144Weicker, Theodore correspondence with A. Portuondo. 1930
144Welles, Sumner. 1936-1939
144Welles, Sumner. 1939-1942
145Westminster School re: Cantarrana, Ramon J., student [correspondence with: R.R. McOrmond, Headmaster, and Eugene Willson, Circulation Manager]. 1926-1928
145Westrik, Theodore re: his Czarnikow-Rionda Co. stock holdings. 1923-1933
145Wood, Major-General Leonard -- Governor General of Philippine Islands. 1927
145Worcester, H. E. -- United Fruit Company. 1937
145Wright, William A. -- Tuinucu Office Plans. 1927-1938
145Ynchausti and Co. -- correspondence with: Fritz von Kauffmann, 16 Beaver St., NYC. 1928-1929
145Young, H.B. -- copies sent to him. 1925-1943
145Zevallos, Rafael. 1921-1941
145Zevallos, Victor. 1921-1922
145Zevallos, Victor. 1923-1931
145Zevallos, Victor -- Cables sent to. 1921
145Zevallos, Victor -- Cables sent and received. 1923-1924
145Zumalacarregui, Juan B. -- correspondence. 1928
145Zychlinski Plan.
Series 11: Aurelio Portuondo correspondence 1933-1935
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
This series consists of correspondence received and sent by Portuondo from May, 1933 to April, 1935. The principal correspondents are Manuel Rionda y Polleo, president of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company, and Higinio Fanjl, president of the Cuban Trading Company. The letters cover a variety of subjects including day-to-day operations of the Cuban Trading Company, foreclosure proceedings on several Cuban sugar estates, and the political and social upheaval occurring in Cuba during this time period. The single largest topic, though, is the trade negotiation. Opinions are expressed about the reaction of beet and cane sugar producers in the United States and its possessions and the effect of the Cuban political situation on Cuba's trade position.
Aurelio Portuondo was a vice president in the Cuban Trading Company and a lawyer by profession. He was an executive member of the Asociacin Nacional de Hacendados Cubanos and the Cuban Chamber of Commerce. As a vice president in the Cuban Trading Company, Portuondo was the company's liaison to the Cuban government and advised the company on matters related to legislation, government regulation, and labor disputes. He was a Cuban delegate to the International Sugar Conference of 1929 and one of several representatives for Cuba in the 1933 trade negotiations leading up to the United States-Cuba Reciprocity Treaty of 1934. This series was probaly created during his lengthy trips to Washington and New York to participate in the 1934 treaty talks.
Series 12: Manuel Rionda y Polledo winter correspondence 1901-1925
1.9 linear feet (5 boxes)
Series 12 consists of correspondence between Manuel Rionda and his nephews, Bernardo Braga and Manuel (Manolo) E. Rionda, during the winter months when the elder Rionda traveled to Cuba to supervise the harvest. While in Cuba, Rionda corresponded regularly on matters related to business interests and the island's social and political climate.
Only letters written by the nephews to Rionda are included for the years up to the harvest of 1917. Letters for the harvests of 1903-1904, 1906-1909, 1912, 1914, 1916, 1918, and 1922 are not included in this series. (A complete collection of Rionda's letters from Cuba for the years 1909-1926 can be found in Series 3.)
Much of the correspondence from Rionda in this series duplicates letters found in Series 3, Traveling Letterbooks. However, Series 12 often includes attachments to letters that are not found in the letterbooks. Series 5, Internal Memoranda, also complements the records in this series for the years 1904-1914.
Two file folders were added to the collection on November 19, 1993 from materials donated to the Libraries after the original gift. These folders are clearly marked.
1New York to Cuba. 1901-1902
1New York to Cuba. 1904-1905
1New York to Cuba. 1909-1910
1New York to Cuba. 1910-1911
1New York to Cuba. 1912-1913
1New York to Cuba. 1914-1915
2Cuba to New York. 1916-1917
2New York to Cuba and Cuba to New York. 1918-1919
3New York to Cuba and Cuba to New York -- Continued. 1918-1919
3New York to Cuba and Cuba to New York. 1919-1920
3New York to Cuba and Cuba to New York. 1920-1921
4New York to Cuba and Cuba to New York -- Continued. 1920-1921
4New York to Cuba and Cuba to New York. 1922-1923
4New York to Cuba and Cuba to New York. 1923-1924
5New York to Cuba and Cuba to New York. 1924-1925
Series 13: Manuel Rionda y Polledo financial files and estate papers 1880-1943
4.3 linear feet (6 boxes)
Series 13 contains records related to the personal finances and investments of Manuel Rionda y Polledo. Much of the series is taken up with matters related to stock acquisitions for numerous firms including Czarnikow-Rionda, the Washington Sugar Co., the Francisco Sugar Company, the Compaa Azucarera San Vicente, and the Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation. There are balance sheets and profit/loss statements for several firms, a record of donations made by Rionda from 1921 to 1939, trial balances for his personal accounts, and papers related to the dissolution and settlement of his estate. The latter sheds considerable light on his real estate holdings (Riovista and Indian Head) in and around Alpine, New Jersey. Also included are several items taken from a box marked "His desk" which are presumably items found in his desk at the time of his death. These include a notebook for a business trip to Mexico in 1905 and another containing sugar data for 1880-1913 including weekly market quotations for 1901-1913.
1Arango, Mrs. M.C.--Notes, Stock of Central Andorra, Copy of Deed dated. January 11, 1928
1Cuba Cane Sugar Corp. Option warrants.
1Cuba Cane Sugar Corp. Cancelled checks. 1916
1Cuba Cane Sugar Corp. Certificates of deposit. 1929
1Cuba Cane Sugar Corp. Plan of Reorganization. 1929
1Cuba Cane Sugar Corp. Preferred and Common Stock.
1Cuban Trading Co.--Cuentas Corrientes. 1929-1930
1Cuban Trading Co.--Cuentas Corrientes. 1931-1932
1Czarnikow-Rionda--Expenses and Assets. 1938
1Donations: A-C. 1921-1929; 1931-1939
2Donations: D-N. 1921-1929; 1931-1939
2Donations: O-Z. 1921-1929; 1931-1939
2Escritura otorgada por la Seora Paulina Siblesz y Alvarez, heredera del Gastn Rabel. 1925
2Escritura de protocolizacion otorgada por el Seor Emilio Rabel y Siblesz. 1925-05-12
2Last Will and Testament. 1925
2Central Macareo.
2Palo Seco.
2Powers of Attorney.
2Regla Coal Company.
2Regla Coal and Oil Company.
2Riovista Land Corporation/Indian Head.
2Joaqun de la Roza.
2Sales of Sugar. 1917
2San Vicente. 1927
3Stocks held and transferred.
3Stocks in trust.
3Sugar situation. 1941
3Tuinucu and Royal Bank. 1941
3Washington Sugar Company Certificates of preferred and common stock.
3Washington Sugar Company Certificates of stock.
3Washington Sugar Company Dissolution.
3Various an Vicente--Transfer of stock (M.H. Fanjul and M.F.J. Cancio).
3Various Czarnikow-Rionda--Stock sold to H. Fanjul, et al.
3Various Cuban and American Sugar and Land Co., release of stock. 1937
3Various Industrial Finance Corporation--stocks.
3Various Czarnikow-Rionda--value of stock held by Estate of George MacDougall.
3Various Cuba Cane--Las Alegras option agreements.
3Various Francisco Sugar Co.--purchase of Allen stock.
3Various Caragol-Clarke Co.
3Various Misc. stock receipts.
3Various Morales account.
3Various Kraemer, Jeanne Franko.
3Various Caragol-Clarke.
3Various Gaston Rabel.
3Various Washington Sugar Co.--Common stock.
3Various. 1930-1936
3Various Cuban Trading Co.
3Various Manati Sugar Co.
3Various Czarnikow-Rionda Co.
3Various Cuban-American Sugar and Land Co.
3Various Taken from his desk. 1936-1938
3Various Tuinucu Sugar Co.--Balance sheets. 1908-1913
3Various Abatement of taxes. 1917
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corp. Stock participation accounts. 1916
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corp. Inspection of prospective properties by William A. Smith. 1915
3Cuba Cane Sugar Corp. Common Stock.
3Czarnikow-Rionda Common stock account. 1920
3Czarnikow-Rionda Profit and Loss. 1909-1910
3Czarnikow-Rionda Balance sheets. 1911-1914
3Various Hopkins Bros.
3Various Gilmour, Forbes and Co.
3Various Henry George Atkinson and Co.
4Accounts held by Rionda Trial balances. 1904-1917
4Accounts held by Rionda Yearly balances. 1931-1940
4Accounts held by Rionda Financial results and statements. 1941-1943
4Mexico trip--notes and letters [taken from his desk]. 1905
4Sugar data with weekly quotations of beets and Cuban sugars, with New York equivalents, showing the concessions granted by Cuba. 1880-1913
4Weekly stocks in Cuba and United States [taken from his desk]. 1901-1913
4Estate of Manuel Rionda, papers related to dissolution and settlement.
5Estate of Manuel Rionda, papers related to dissolution and settlement.
6Estate of Manuel Rionda, papers related to dissolution and settlement, old Riovista records returned to George A. Braga from Sullivan and Cromwell (contents list in box) in 1965.
Series 15: Manuel Rionda y Polledo financial journals 1901-1947
1 linear foot (7 volumes)
Series 15 consists of the financial journals of Manuel Rionda as well as a journal for the settlement of his estate.
1Financial journal. 1901-1911
2Financial journal. 1911-1919
3Financial journal. 1920-1927
4Financial journal. 1928-1933
5Financial journal. 1934-1939
6Financial journal. 1940-1943
7Financial journal. 1943-1947
Series 16: Manuel Rionda y Polledo account ledgers 1908-1951
2 linear feet (11 volumes)
Series 16 contains Manuel Rionda's personal account ledgers and a ledger for the dissolution of his estate. Ledger #1 is missing.
1Ledger #2. 1908-1915
2Ledger #3. 1915-1919
3Ledger #4. 1919-1922
4Ledger #5. 1922-1925
5Ledger #6. 1925-1929
6Ledger #7. 1929-1931
7Ledger #8. 1931-1935
8Ledger #9. 1935-1940
9Ledger #10. 1940-1943
10Auxiliary ledger. 1943
11Estate ledger. 1943-1951
Series 25: Secretarial files of Manuel Lozano 1920-1943
0.8 linear feet (2 boxes)
These files contain edited drafts and copies of letters, cables, statements, reports, and other documents presumably found in Series 2 and Series 10. Also included in this series are memoranda of correspondence received by Rionda from 1928-1938. These are not complete and have been retained here more as an indication of how the president's office was run than as documentation of company activity. Similarly, memoranda related to office policy and staff operations have also been retained.
Manuel Lozano was the personal and business secretary of Manuel Rionda y Polledo during the last twenty-three years of Rionda's life. Lozano died several months before Rionda passed away in September, 1943.
1Applications for positions.
1Arca Campos.
1Bank deposits.
1Braga Rionda, Bernado.
1Braga, George.
1Cantarrana, Ramon J.
1Celulosa Cubana.
1Cespedes Sugar Co.
1Costello, E. H.
1Ca. General de Tabacos de Filipinas.
1Cuba Cane Sugar Corp. and successors.
1Cuban Trading Co. Cables.
1Cuban Trading Co. Crop. 1920-1921
1Cuban Trading Co. Office Information.
1Cuban Trading Co. Warehouses of Matanzas, Aurelio Portuondo'.
1Czarnikow-Rionda Financial situation. 1938
1Czarnikow-Rionda Office Information.
1European sugar industry.
1Francisco Sugar Co.
1Ganzoni, Jules (C. Czarnikow).
1Java Sugars.
1Labor trouble.
1Latin American Trading Co.
1League of Nations.
1Limones.
1Lozano, Manuel His correspondence.
1Lozano, Manuel Office notes.
1Machado, Gerardo.
1Manati Sugar Co. Commercial Dept.
1Manati Sugar Co. Contracts of colonos.
1Manati Sugar Co. Financing.
1Manati Sugar Co. Reorganization.
1Manati Sugar Co. Rionda, Salvador.
1Matanzas Province, Costs of planting there.
1Memos of correspondence received by the Senior prepared by Mr. Lozano. 1928-1934
2Memos of correspondence received by the Senior prepared by Mr. Lozano. 1937-1938
2Merchant, William A.
2National City Bank.
2Norea.
2Portuondo, Aurelio Cables.
2Quotas.
2Rasco, Manuel.
2Regla Coal and Oil Co.
2Rionda, Manuel Enrique.
2Rionda, Ysidora.
2Rubens, Horatio.
2Sanchez, Fanjl y Ca.
2San Vicente.
2Sharples.
2Sugar Chadbourne Committee.
2Sugar Chadbourne Committee Pool.
2Sugar Chadbourne Plan, 1931.
2Sugar International Conference, 1927.
2Sugar Exchange 1929 (Pool or Sugar Syndicate?).
2Sugar Industry (Cuban).
2Sugar sales in US.
2Sugar situation, Cuba.
2Sugar Syndicate for Foreign Sales, Dissolution.
2Tarafa Bill, Portuondo cables.
2Tariff Act 1929.
2Thompson, Alfred.
2de la Torriente, Cosm.
2de la Torriente, Elena, Her death.
2Treaty of Reciprocity between US and Cuba, 1933.
2Truffin, Regino.
2Tuinucu. Earl Hine, Superintendent of Fabrication. La Vega.
2Ulzurrun, Eduardo.
2Wall Front.
2Washington Sugar Co.
2Young, H. B.
2Zevallos, Victor.
2Zychlinski Plan.
Record Group 3: Records of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company 1891-1984
100 linear feet (185 boxes, 78 volumes)
Record Group 3 contains the administrative files of fourteen company officials as well as records generated by ten departments. Also included are several reference files with information related to the Cuban sugar industry and the international sugar market as well as series with no discernible department provenance. The records of Czarnikow-Rionda's first president, Manuel Rionda y Polledo, are found in Record Group 2. Limited records from his successors, Bernardo Braga Rionda and George Atkinson Braga, are found in Record Group 3, but these fall far short of the comprehensive documentation found in Manuel Rionda's files. Missing as well are the files of executive vice president Ronny Braga. This is compensated to some degree by the existence of records from other vice presidents. The most significant of these are the records, 1933-1960, of Henry George Atkinson and the records, 1953-1965, of Michael J. P. Malone. Malone's files provide the only extensive coverage of the Cuban Revolution and its effects on the company. Of special interest are Malone's records on the expansion of the Florida sugarcane industry in the early 1960s and his support of the Cuban exile community in the United States.
The department and reference files document various facets of the company's operations. Included are records from the Bags, Engineering, Export, Cash, Insurance, Molasses, Refined Sugar, and Research departments. The reference files contain information on annual sugar production, industry regulations, and legislation and decrees issued by the Cuban government. Finally, the Record Group includes some of the company's accounting books, accountants' reports, and a copy of the company's claims filed with the State Department in 1967 for properties seized by the Cuban government.
The records of the Trading Department figure prominently. The sugar crystals produced at the mills are referred to in the sugar trade as "raws" or "centrifugals". Until the advent of bulk shipping, Cuban raw sugar was transported in jute bags weighing 325 Spanish pounds (or 329.59 English pounds.) These bags were a standard unit of trade on the sugar exchange.
The Czarnikow-Rionda Company was formed on September 1, 1909, as the successor to Czarnikow, MacDougall and Company. Until its Cuban assets were seized in 1961, Czarnikow-Rionda's primary activity was the importation of raw cane sugar and molasses from factories in Cuba for delivery to refiners in the United States. The records of Czarnikow, MacDougall and Company reveal earlier commerce in coffee, cacao, and other commodities and a substantial sugar trade with Puerto Rico and Java. Czarnikow-Rionda was exclusively a sugar house. But, it would continue to buy limited amounts of sugar and molasses outside of Cuba and export sugarcane products to areas outside North America.
In addition to its sugar import business, Czarnikow-Rionda also managed an export operation. An Export Department was created in 1901 to provide provisions and machinery to Cuba's sugar estates. The jute bags used to ship raw sugar made up a large portion of the company's export business with Czarnikow-Rionda supplying about thirty percent of Cuba's needs. A separate Bags Department was created in the early 1950s. By that time, the remaining export business was an insignificant part of the company's business activity.
A portion of Czarnikow-Rionda's sugar was supplied by mills affiliated with the company. The number varied over the years, but at the time of the Revolution of 1959 there were six such "house estates". Most sugar, however, was purchased from independent mills referred to as "client estates". Czarnikow-Rionda was also responsible for securing short-term bank loans to finance the annual harvest and grinding. Mills receiving the loans were required to sell their sugar to Czarnikow-Rionda as part of the loan settlement. All of the house estates and many of Czarnikow-Rionda's client estates received bank loans via the company's Cash Department.
Czarnikow-Rionda was a member of the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange. Like the other sugar houses, it bought spot sugar in Cuba and elsewhere and sold sugar futures. However, not all of the sugar brokered by Czarnikow-Rionda was handled directly by the company. Employees of Czarnikow-Rionda often acted as independent brokers referred to as the "little houses." As early as the 1940s, for example, George and Ronny (B. Rionda) Braga brokered sugar on the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange under the name of Braga Brothers.
Initially, Czarnikow, MacDougall operated in Cuba under its own name and employed commission agents to carry out its business. In 1907, the Cuban Trading Company was established with offices in Havana. The Cuban Trading Company bought sugar, arranged loans to mills and cane farmers, sold jute bags, handled insurance claims, resolved local disputes, and provided legal and notary services. The Cuban Trading Company kept the parent company informed of its competitors' activities and played the critical role of liaison to the Cuban government. The first president of the Cuban Trading Company was Victor Zevallos who was succeeded by Higinio Fanjl. His son, Alfonso Fanjl, was the third and last president of the Cuban Trading Company.
Czarnikow-Rionda reached its business zenith during World War I, but its position declined in the twenty years following the war. Prior to the war, the company had secured over fifty percent of Cuba's sugar exports. Although the war stimulated sugar prices and industry expansion, the postwar period brought about tremendous market instability. The 1920s found the company's finances and personnel stretched thin and its market share dwindling. The company survived the crisis years of the early 1930s, in part, by focusing on its arbitrage business. The 1934 Reciprocity Treaty between the United States and Cuba brought some stability to the market and enabled the company and its subsidiaries to retrench and reorganize. World War II brought additional respite. The period between the end of World War II and the Cuban Revolution of 1959 was one of gradual recovery for the company. This, however, was shattered by the Cuban Revolution.
With the termination of commercial relations between Cuba and the United States, Czarnikow-Rionda sought new sources of sugar and new markets. The Philippines and the Dominican Republic replaced much of the Cuban trade as did mainland expansion in south Florida. Czarnikow-Rionda also moved into Great Britain and competed with its former parent company, C. Czarnikow, Ltd., in the European market. The company was thus able to survive yet another crisis. Its main competitor, Galban, Lobo and Company, was not so fortunate. This company dissolved in 1965 and the remaining business of its subsidiary, Olavarria and Company, was acquired by Czarnikow-Rionda. These assets consisted of Olavarria's sales of refined sugar from Puerto Rico to retail outlets in the United States.
In 1969, Czarnikow-Rionda's sugar interests and name were sold to C. Brewer and Company, Ltd., a subsidiary of the International Utilities Corporation. The original company retained its molasses operations and continued as Braga Brothers, Inc. Brewer owned Czarnikow-Rionda only briefly before selling it to the company's employees. The company dissolved in the late 1990s. The collection stops in 1970 shortly after the sale to C. Brewer.
Record Group 3 is divided into thirty-four series.
series8 Series 8: Records of Bernardo Braga Rionda, 1891-1953
series19 Series 19: Records of George A. Braga, 1929-1984
series38 Series 38: Records of Manuel Enrique Rionda, 1892-1943
series50 Series 50: Records of Charles H. Johnson and Henry George Atkinson, 1915-1959
series56 Series 56: Records of Edward H. Costello, 1913-1950
series61 Series 61: Records of Reed Clark, 1949-1959
series63 Series 63: Records of Michael J. P. Malone, 1948-1965
series66 Series 66: Clippings file of Michael J. P. Malone, 1956-1964
series87 Series 87: Records of Joseph B. Carr, 1928-1960
series26 Series 26: Bags Department. Purchases and sales contracts, 1950-1959
series27 Series 27: Bags Department. Records, 1954-1961
series28 Series 28: Bags Department. Records, 1946-1959
series18 Series 18: Cable Department. Cables, 1956-1961
series55 Series 55: Cash Department. Crop loan records, 1913-1915; 1927-1955
series54 Series 54: Cash Department. Securities files, 1913-1956
series62 Series 62: Engineering Department. Records, 1956-1959
series58 Series 58: Export Department. Ledgers, 1922-1928
series35 Series 35: Export Department. Records, 1945-1950; 1955-1958
series37 Series 37: Insurance Department. Claims, 1955-1958
series36 Series 36: Insurance Department. Records, 1955-1958
series39 Series 39: Invoice Department. Contracts, 1933-1951
series80 Series 80: Invoice Department. Invoices, 1902-1909
series75 Series 75: Invoice Department. NABUC purchases, 1936-1942; 1947-1952
series52 Series 52: Invoice Department. Sugar and coffee receipts, 1899-1911
series41 Series 41: Molasses Department. Records, 1949-1970
series42 Series 42: Refined Sugar Department. Records, 1942-1947
series47 Series 47: Research Department. Records, 1954-1962
series48 Series 48: Research Department. Research and reference files, 1954-1962
series70 Series 70: Reference files related to Cuban sugar production and legislation, 1927-1960
series71 Series 71: Sugar Trading Department. Records, 1948-1959; 1963-1967
series73 Series 73: Czarnikow-Rionda market newsletters, 1919-1941; 1960-1966
series89 Series 89: Foreign Claims Settlement Commission records, 1967
series78 Series 78: Ledgers, 1903-1908; 1922-1923
series57 Series 57: Accountants' reports, 1912-1955
Series 8: Records of Bernardo Braga Rionda 1891-1953
3.5 linear feet (11 volumes, 8 boxes)
Bernardo Braga's records and papers are divided into three parts: letterbooks, subject files, and autobiographical notes. The first part consists of ten letterbooks containing copies of his letters. The earliest letterbook is dated 1891-1896 and consists of personal letters to his grandfather, aunts and uncles, and his sister, Josefa. Many of the letters are illegible or difficult to read; all but a few are in Spanish. This letterbook is followed by eight business letterbooks documenting his tenure as head of the Export Department from 1901 to 1910. In addition to copies of his letters, these letterbooks also contain letters from the Export Department written to him during his trips to Cuba. The remaining letterbook in the series covers the years 1920-1922 and was found with other documents that had been pulled for a 1936 court case. (See Series 10 for further information.)
The second part of Series 8 consists of fragments of Braga's subject files. The earliest records cover the period 1915-1926 and appear to have been part of a file for incoming mail. These were originally filed by year and then alphabetically by subject. Many of the annual files are missing. The years documented under each file heading are noted on the contents list. The files for 1915-1926 contain incoming mail, reports, minutes of meetings, financial statements, and copies of letters routed to Braga. The remaining files are believed to be files selected by Braga's son, George Atkinson Braga, as research materials for his memoire, "A bundle of relations." They contain the same types of records as the earlier files, but also include copies of Braga's letters. These files have been divided into two time periods: 1927-1943, when Braga was still a vice president in Czarnikow-Rionda, and 1944-1953, the years that Braga led the company. These last files represent the only documentation from the president's office during his tenure. Although the records are few in number, they shed considerable light on conflicts within the company and provide some evidence of the company's efforts to recover its standing in the trade after the collapse of the sugar market in the 1920s and 1930s.
The third part of this series consists of autobiographical materials in which Braga reflects on his youth in Spain and the United States and his years with the firm. The text is undated, but reference to the death of Manuel Enrique Rionda in 1950 indicates that it was written between 1950 and 1954.
There are also a few miscellaneous items that do not pertain to any of the three parts. These have been placed at the beginning of box 1 and are listed in the contents list.
The materials in this series, with the exception of the 1920-1922 letterbook, were donated to the Libraries by members of the Braga family in 1993.
Bernardo Braga Rionda, the third child of Jos Braga y Diaz and Bibiana Rionda y Polledo, was born in the town of Norea in the Spanish province of Asturias in 1875. He came to the United States sometime around 1886, several years after the death of his mother. Like so many nephews before and after him, Braga was placed under the care of his uncle, Manuel Rionda y Polledo, and educated in the Abbott School in Farmington, Maine. He later graduated from the Packard Business School.
In 1900, Braga joined the firm of Gillespie Brothers where he created an export department to do business in Cuba. He was asked to establish an export department at Czarnikow, MacDougall the next year. Czarnikow, MacDougall's Export Department grew quickly. In addition to supplies and provisions for sugar mills, the Export Department also served as a sales agent in Cuba for several American companies. Braga was later transferred to the Sugar Department and was appointed a vice president in the Czarnikow-Rionda Company. He rose to executive vice president and assumed the presidency and chairmanship of the company when Manuel Rionda died in September, 1943. Braga relinquished the presidency to his eldest son, George Atkinson Braga, in 1950. A series of strokes in 1954 ended his career. He died on December 23, 1960.
Bernardo Braga was married to Margaret (Maud) O'Reilly Atkinson (d. 1922) in 1903. (See Series 17 for her papers.) George Braga was born in 1904 and another son, Bernardo Rionda Braga, was born in 1911. He remarried to Helen Wright in 1923.
Letterbooks
1Letterbooks. September 22, 1891-June 11, 1896
2Letterbooks. October 18, 1901-December 13, 1901 (only 16 pages)
3Letterbooks. January 2, 1902-March 4, 1903
4Letterbooks. November 7, 1903-September 15, 1906
5Letterbooks. February 27, 1905-March 22, 1906
6Letterbooks. October 14, 1906-December 23 1909
7Letterbooks. September 28, 1907-August 7, 1908
8Letterbooks. August 12, 1908-January 14, 1910
9Letterbooks. January 15, 1910-December 6, 1910
10Letterbooks. May 26, 1920-July 26, 1922
Miscellaneous Items
1Birth certificate of Bernardo Braga Rionda. 1916
1Typescripts of letters received by Bernardo Braga. Probably typed by George Braga for his memoire. Originals not found. Higinio Fanjul. 7/2/1902 and 10/9/1992
1Typescripts of letters received by Bernardo Braga. Probably typed by George Braga for his memoire. Originals not found. Manuel E. Rionda. 1919-03-29
1Miscellaneous letters received. 1891-1913
1Copies and originals of his correspondence not found in letterbooks. 1901
1Letter to Manuel Rionda offering his resignation as head of Export Dept. 1903-11-27
1Last will and testament. 1953
1Family correspondence. 1925-1953
Subject Files, 1915-1926
1A Misc. 1922; 1925-26
1Acceptances (address or lecture on subject of). n.d
1Arechabala. 1926
1E. Atkins and Co. 1918
1B Misc. 1919; 1922; 1925
1Bagasse Product Corp. 1926
1C Misc. 1920-22; 1925-26
1Cane Harvester Corp. 1925
1Caragol-Clarke/Manuel Caragol and Son. 1916;1919
1Colonos. 1917-1918
1John F. Craig and Co. 1917; 1921; 1925
1Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation (2 folders). 1915-1919; 1921-22
1Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation Letters and cables written by Braga during trip with General Goethals in Cuba. 1919
1Cuba Commercial and Industrial Co. (Central San Vicente). 1921-22
1Cuba Sugar Finance and Export Corp. 1922
1Cuba Sugar Finance and Export Corp., Statements. 1921-22
1Cuba trip Misc. documents. 1918-1919
1Cuban Allotment Committee. 1919
1Cuban Producers Committee. 1918; 1919
1Cuban Sugar Production Data. various years
1Cuban Sugar Syndicate Corporation. 1918
2Cuban Trading Co. 1919-20; 1925-26
2Cuban Trading Co. Higinio Fanjul. 1918-19; 1921; 1925-1926
2Cuban Trading Co. Aurelio Portuondo. 1925-26
2Cuban Trading Co. Victor Zevallos. 1917-1919; 1921
2Czarnikow-Rionda Co. 1917-1919; 1926
2Czarnikow-Rionda Co. Bags. 1922; 1925
2Czarnikow-Rionda Co. Departments. 1920
2Czarnikow-Rionda Co. Export Dept. 1925-26
2Czarnikow-Rionda Co. Insurance Dept. 1919
2Czarnikow-Rionda Co. Interdepartmental memos. 1925-26
2D Misc. 1921; 1926
2E Misc. 1919-1921; 1925
2F Misc. 1918-1919; 1921; 1925
2Falla Gutirrez, Laureano. 1919-1922; 1925
2Francisco Sugar Co. 1925-26
2G- Misc. 1916; 1921
2Ganzoni, Jules. 1920; 1925
2Goldman, Herman. 1919-20; 1925
2H Misc. 1917-1919; 1925
2Havemeyer, Horace. 1920; 1923-24
2Hopkins Brothers. 1926
2International Sugar Committee. 1918
3Ivy Lee. 1920
3J Misc. 1920; 1923
3K Misc. 1925-26
3L Misc. 1920; 1923; 1925-26
3Laborde, Pedro and Salvador. 1923; 1925-26
3Lagemann, Charles. 1921-22
3Lagemann, Walter. 1924-26
3La Vega Sugar Co. 1917
3Luce Cane Harvester Co. 1920
3M Misc. 1919-21; 1923-1926
3Manati Sugar Co. 1916; 1919; 1922
3Meyer, Eugene. 1916-1919
3W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Co. 1922-1924
3Munson Steamship Line. 1915-1916; 1919-1920
3N Misc. 1925
3Nazabal, Domingo. 1916-1919
3New York and Cuba Mail Steamship Co. 1917; 1919
3O Misc. 1922
3P Misc. 1920; 1922-23; 1925-26
3Personal matters. 1916; 1918; 1920; 1925
3R- Misc. 1916; 1922-1925
3Regla Coal and Oil Co. 1915; 1919; 1921; 1923-1926
3Regla Coal and Oil Co Proposed additional accomodation. 1915-1922
3Rionda y Polledo, Manuel. 1919; 1923
3Rionda, Manuel Enrique. 1921
3Rook, W.J. 1924-1926
3Royal Commission on Sugar Supply. 1917
4S Misc. (2 folders). 1916-1925
4Santa Lucia Sugar Co. 1921-1922
4Sharples, R.W. 1920-1924
4Silveira, Linares, and Cia. 1915-1921; 1923-1926
4Sobrinos de Bea and Co. 1919; 1921
4Strauss, Frederick. 1920
4Sugar Misc.
4Sugar Export Corporation. 1921-1922
4Sugar Finance Committee. 1921-1922
4Sugar Statistics. 1921-1922
4Sugar Tariff. 1921
4Sullivan and Cromwell. 1915-1917; 1919
4T Miscellaneous. 1920; 1923-1926
4Tacajo Sugar Corp. 1919; 1922 1924
4Tarafa, J.M. 1916- 1917; 1919; 1921- 1925
4Truffin, Regino. 1914; 1916; 1919; 1921- 1922
4Tuinucu Sugar Company. 1915; 1921; 1924
4Thompson, William B. 1916
4U Misc. 1919-1922
5U.S. Food Administration. 1918- 1919
5United States Sugar Association. 1926
5W Miscellaneous. 1917- 1920; 1922, 1925
5Washington Sugar Co. 1919; 1923- 1924
5Zevallos, Victor. 1925
Subject Files, 1927-1943
5Antua, Raymond. 1942
5Bags. 1941-1942
5Doty, John and Nenita and Elena (Tuinucu). 1929- 1931
5Czarnikow-Rionda/C. Czarnikow. 1933
5Czarnikow-Rionda--Valuation Assets. 1936
5Forster, Bernard D. 1940
5Harman Brokerage Corp. "Little Houses". 1939
5Lageman, Eric. 1921- 1924; 1929
5Lageman, Walter. 1931- 1941
5Market views. 1938- 1939
5Miscellaneous. 1934- 1942
6Munson Warehouses. 1940
6Personal Rionda, Manuel. 1922- 1929
6Memos from Manuel Rionda. 1933
6Manuel E. Rionda. 1937
6Tabacos de Filipines. 1939
6Trip by BBR to Cuba. 1940
6Wallfront Realty Corporation financial statements. 1939
6Wallfront Realty Corporation financial statements. 1938
6Wallfront Realty Corporation financial statements. 1934
6Wallfront Realty Corporation financial statements. 1931
6Wallfront Realty Corporation financial statements. 1929
6Wallfront Realty Corporation financial statements. 1928
6Wartime service of family members. 1942-1943
Subject Files, 1946-1953
6Barro, Antonio.
6Ambassador Robert Butler.
6Buyout of Lagemans and revaluation of C- R stock. 1953
6Compania General Cubana de Almacenes Publicos, S.A. 1953
6Compania General Cubana inventories. 1952
6Compania General Cubana financial statements. 1952
6Confidential and Personal. 1950
6Confidential and Private. 1952
6Czarnikow-Rionda Reorganization. 1948
6Czarnikow-Rionda stockholders agreement. 1948
6Czarnikow-Rionda report to board of directors. 1947
6Czarnikow-Rionda report on securities and notes. 1947
6Fernndez, Joaqun. 1949
7Gorrn, Maas, Maca y Alamilla.
7House estates profits and losses. 1950
7House estates (minutes, statements, correspondence), Correspondence re. rice and oil exploration. 1953
7Memoranda. 1946-1948
7Memoranda. 1947-1949
7Memoranda. 1949
7Memoranda. 1950
7Memoranda (various). 1950
7Miscellaneous. 1946-1947
7Miscellaneous. 1946-1948
7Miscellanoeus. 1950-1953
7Molasses. 1949-1953
7Philippines (Robert E. Atkinson). 1949
7Rionda, Jose B. and Jose Andres.
7Estate of Leondro Rionda. 1953
7Estate of Manuel E. Rionda. 1950
8Rionda, Salvador. 1950
8Rionda, Salvador and Pepe re. Leandro Rionda and Manati Sugar Co. 1950
8Sugar memorandum. 1952-1953
8Sugar statistics. 1950
8Tuinucu stock. 1947
8Letter to Cuban newspapers regarding sugar industry. 1953
Autobiographical materials
8Part I: Personal and business experiences: Early life in Norea; Arrival in US; Schooldays in Maine; First jobs with Flint Eddy, Andrews and Co, Gillespie Bros.; Czarnikow, MacDougall and Czarnikow-Rionda (Draft and 2 copies of edited manuscripts).
8Part 2: History of the Plantations and Mr. Manuel Rionda (Draft only).
11Diary of Helen Braga; honeymoon trip to Europe with stay in Norea. 1925
Series 19: Records of George Atkinson Braga 1929-1984
1.25 linear feet (3 boxes)
The series contains business and personal papers and is organized in three sections. The first two sections consist of business papers; the last contains private correspondence. The first section spans the years preceding Braga's tenure as president of Czarnikow-Rionda and consists primarily of documents related to Czarnikow-Rionda's reorganization in 1940 as well as notes and memoranda to and from Braga's uncle, Manuel Rionda y Polledo. Both shed light on the internal operations of the company. The second section, 1950-1984, documents Braga's leadership of Czarnikow-Rionda and his business career after leaving the firm in 1969. The private correspondence, 1932-1981, consists mostly of letters written to Braga. There is also a file related to Braga's service in the Army Air Corps during World War II. Of special note in the last section are the letters from Alfonso Fanjul, and other members of the Fanjul family, reflecting on family history and the political situation in Cuba under Fidel Castro.
A copy of his family history and memoir, "A bundle of relations", is also in the collection. (See series24 Series 24.)
The materials in this series were donated to the Libraries by members of the Braga family in 1993.
Born July 9, 1904, George Braga was the eldest son of Bernardo Braga Rionda and Margaret Atkinson Braga. He began his career in the sugar industry in the firm of Czarnikow-Rionda in 1924. His father was executive vice president of the firm and later president and chairman of the board. In 1950, his father stepped down as president and Braga was elected to succeed him. After his father was incapacitated by a severe stroke in 1953, Braga became the dominant figure in the company. He was also president of the Manati Sugar Company and served on the boards of the company's Cuban affiliates. In 1969, Braga negotiated the sale of Czarnikow-Rionda to C. Brewer, a subsidiary of International Utilities Corporation. He and his brother, B. Rionda (Ronny) Braga, retained Czarnikow-Rionda's molasses business and operated under the title Braga Brothers, Inc. (See Series 41.) The Bragas also worked with Rionda, dePass, a Czarnikow-Rionda subsidiary in London. In addition to his sugar and molasses businesses, Braga served on the board of directors of J. Henry Schroder Bank and Trust Company.
Braga was married to Gioia Marconi, daughter of Guglielmo Marconi, in 1954. He died in 1984. The Bragas had two children, a daughter, Allegra (born 1959), and a son, Michael (born 1961).
Business correspondence, 1929-1950
1Braga Rionda, Bernardo--Estate of MR, Tuinucu and other matters. 1946-1950
1Czarnikow-Rionda Co. Bags (price-fixing deal with Lobo). 1939
1Czarnikow-Rionda Co. Reorganization. 1939-1940
1Czarnikow-Rionda Co. Stockholders Agreement. 1948
1Czarnikow-Rionda Co. Valuation of common shares. 1948
1Lagemann, Eric. 1929
1Lagemann, Walter. 1941
1Manati Sugar Company. 1939
1Rionda y Polledo, Manuel. 1931-1943
1Sugar market. 1939
Business correspondence, 1950-1984
1Braga, Ronny. 1955
1Codes. 1962
1Cuban Trading Company. 1955-1959
1Czarnikow-Rionda. 1966-1968
1Czarnikow-Rionda, House estates. 1951
1Czarnikow-Rionda, appraisal of Wall St. property,(Includes photographs.). 1961
1Czarnikow-Rionda, percentage compensation plan. 1966
1Czarnikow-Rionda, Sale of to International Utilities. 1966-68
1Estate of Helen and Bernardo Braga. 1953
1Fanjuls, Alfonso/Jos and others. 1953-1969
2Florida/Mainland Cane Hearings. 1962-1963
2Ca Ganadera Becerra. 1955-1959
2India, Czarnikow-Rionda Company (India). 1965-1969
2Insurance inspection at Cuban mills. 1955
2King Ranch. 1972-1977
2King Ranch Espaa. 1975-1976
2Manati Industries, SEC Form 10-K. 1973
2Manati Sugar Company/Manati Industries. 1960-1980
2Morocco. 1967
2Morocco. 1968-1969
3Morocco, Trip to. 1967
3Morocco, Trip to--Telex and cable received and sent. 1967
3Notebook containing information on Braga's holdings and companies of interest to him (Folder 1: International Weighers; Alcres; Rionda, dePass; Riovista; Florida; Alpine; Miscellaneous).
3Notebook containing information on Braga's holdings and companies of interest to him (Folder 2: Czarnikow-Rionda; Caonao/Cespedes Sugar; Francisco Sugar Co.; Manati Sugar Company; New Tuinucu Sugar Co.).
3Schroders. 1978-1984
3Sugar statistics.
3U.S. government guarantee of Cuban investments(Robert A. Shattuck). 1952
3Various matters. 1980
Private correspondence, 1932-1981
3Barro, Antonio. 1972-1978
3Braga, Helen Wright. 1946-1973
3Cuba. 1970s
3Fanjuls, Alfonso/Harry and others. 1974-1981
3Kleberg, Bob (King Ranch).
3Lagemanns. 1932-1953
3Miscellaneous, various dates.
3Rionda, Ellen Goin. 1933-1944
3World War II, correspondence during.
Series 38: Records of Manuel Enrique Rionda 1892-1943
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
This small series contains business and family correspondence. Included in the family correspondence are letters from his grandfather, several aunts, and cousins. A few letters from the outgoing correspondence for 1938-1943 document his tenure as mayor of Alpine, New Jersey. The business correspondence concerns his involvement with the Manati Sugar Company, the Warner Sugar Company, and the Tropical Plant Research Foundation. (His correspondence can also be found in Series 10, Series 12, and series74 Series 74.)
Manuel Enrique Rionda was born in 1877 and was the only child of Joaquin Rionda y Polledo. His mother, Sophie Benjamin Rionda, died in childbirth. He was one of Manuel Rionda y Polledo's oldest nephews and was called "Manolo" by his uncle and aunts and "Pete" by his cousins. He graduated from Columbia University's School of Engineering in 1900 and promptly joined his uncle in Czarnikow, MacDougall. He became a vice president when the company was reorganized in 1909. He also served as a director or officer in the W. J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Co., the Francisco Sugar Company, the Manati Sugar Company, and several other sugar firms. He lived in Alpine, New Jersey, and was elected its mayor in 1932 and served into the mid-1940s. He married Ellen Goin in 1911. They had no children. Rionda died February 9, 1950, while on a business trip to Cuba.
1Family correspondence: George Braga. 1942
1Family correspondence: Bernardo Rionda. 1904-1905
1Family correspondence: Letter to Manuel and Harriett Rionda. 1892
1Family correspondence: Letters from Aunt Ysidora and Aunt Ramona. 1907
1Family correspondence: Letters from Aunt Harriett. 1911; 1925
1Family correspondence: Letters from Conchita Jorcano Rionda. 1900-1905
1Family correspondence: Letter from his wife Ellen Goin Rionda. 1925
1Outgoing letters. 1938-1943
1Sugar statistics--Cuban and international. 1922
1Tropical Plant Research Foundation: Correspondence and newsletters. 1926
1Tropical Plant Research Foundation: Articles of incorporation and projects. 1926
1Tropical Plant Research Foundation: Audit report. 1926
1Tuinucu Sugar Company. 1926
1Ulzurrun E.D.--Manati Sugar Company. 1926
1Warner Sugar Refining Co. 1926
Series 50: Records of Charles H. Johnson and Henry George Atkinson 1915-1960
9.6 linear feet (23 boxes and 1 volume)
This series includes the files of Charles H. Johnson, who served as Secretary of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company until 1950, and Henry George Atkinson, who succeeded Johnson in 1951. It also contains Atkinson's files when he was Assistant Secretary. Both Johnson and Atkinson were also vice presidents in the company and had duties that extended beyond their roles as secretaries.
Johnson's files are contained in boxes 1-4 and are arranged according to subject. A letterbook containing outgoing correspondence for 1922-1928 also exists.
Atkinson's files are much more complete. Boxes 4-6 contain his copies of the minutes from 1920-1951. (The official minutes of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company are not contained in the Braga Brothers Collection, and this set is not complete.) The remainder of Atkinson's files is separated into two time periods. The first file starts in 1933 and continues to 1954, while the second starts in the latter year and ends in 1960. Both files are arranged alphabetically by subject and contain incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports, published material and other record types. All aspects of the company's business are documented.
Of special note are the extensive files on the United States Cuban Sugar Council. These include sets of council memoranda that are found in each subject file. The council was a lobby for business interests associated with the Cuban sugar industry. The council kept abreast of public, media and government attitudes towards the importation of Cuban sugar.
Charles H. Johnson files
1List of newspaper clippings.
1By-laws of Czarnikow-Rionda Company as revised. 8/1/1915, 9/29/1915
1Czarnikow-Rionda Company: Recapitalization plan and agreement. 7/30/1938
1Minutes Referring to sales of Cuban Sugar, Loading, shipping.
1Re: Stockholders, Stockholders meetings.
1Minutes, Board of Director's meeting. 9/11/1936
1Comparison of balance sheets of Cuban sugar companies, and related data. 1939, 1940
1Francisco Sugar Company: Loan agreement. 6/1/1931,1932,1933-1934
1Latin American Trading Company: Cables, re: payments. 1940
1New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange, data on five seats on the Exchange.
1Memorandum: Close of Business. 8/14/1923
1Working agreement with Cuban Trading Company. 1936
1Data re: Executive officers of the company:Insurance of officers. 1937, 1938
1Resolutions adopted by the Board of Directors re: Warehouses,Sugar Centrales. 1936, 1937
1Latin American Trading Company. 1939, 1940
1Charges on stored sugar and exchange of sugar in New York and other sugar transactions. 1920s-1930s
1Manati loan agreements. 1932
1Cespedes loan agreement. 1931
1W. J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company: Meetings agenda, miscellaneous. 1925-1932
1American Sugar Refining Company: bond with Fidelity and Deposit Company of Maryland. 1924
1British Columbia Sugar Refining Company, Vancouver, cargo of Cubas delivered. 1924
1American Sugar Refining Company: Problems with delivery of Cubas (Olavarria). 1933
1Slaughter, Norne and Co.: Purchase of 12.250 tons Cubans from Czarnikow Rionda Company. 1934
1Banks. 1932, 1933
2NABUC: Shipments from Cuba to the United States, under Decree #644, 11;other sugar shipments. 12/1934
2Exchange of Identity Certificates Sugar sales.
2Insurance, Sales to the United Kingdom. 1940
2Cuban Trading Company, Correspondence.
2Raw sugar sales.
2Re: Decree #1358.
2Cia. General de Tabacos de filipinas: Working agreements, Miscellaneous.
2Estimates: Cost for use of British steamers. 1924
2Shipping agreements: Czarnikow-Rionda Company and the Munson Steamship Line.
2Agreement between New York and Cuba Mail Steamship Company and Czarnikow-Rionda Company.
2Agreements: Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation and Czarnikow-RiondaCompany, Cuba Cane Sugar Company and the Munson Steamship Line.
2Agreements: Czarnikow-Rionda Company and Imperial Sugar Company.
2Minutes: Regular and Special meetings of Board of Directors, Czarnikow-Rionda Company. 1940, 1941
2Minutes: Regular and Special meetings of Board of Directors, Czarnikow-Rionda Company. 5/6/1936, 12/6/1939
3Purchase agreement between ICEA and Commodity Credit Corporation. 1940s
3Cuban sugar and effects on United States sugar producers, effects of tariffs.
3Minutes re: Cespedes loan agreement. 1936
3Minutes re: Tuinucu loan agreement. 1936
3Corporation Power of Attorney: United States Customs.
3Insurance on sugar in Cuba. 1939
3B. Braga's debt to Czarnikow-Rionda Company. 1938
3Minutes of Board of Directors, re: Bank loans and mortgages payment due,Security charges and sale of interests of company's five seats on the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange. 12/1935-12/1936
3Minutes of Board of Directors. 3/10/1943-7/5/1944
3Minutes of Board of Directors. 12/3/1941-12/3/1943
4Francisco and General Sugars reorganization plans. 1935
4Revised tentative draft of Sugar Stabilization agreement between Defense Supplies Corporation and primary distributors of direct consumption sugar in the United States. 1942
4Minutes of Board of Directors, re: Bank loans due, Security changes. 6/3/1936, 7/7/1936-5/4/1938
4Comparison of operating costs of Manati Sugar company and Central Violeta Sugar Company, S. A. 1939-1940
4Log of sugar to be received and sugar to be delivered. 1937-1940
4Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data. 1951
4Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data. 1950
4Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data. 1949
5Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data. 1948
5Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data. 1947
5Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data. 1946
5Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data. 1945
5Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data. 1944
5Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data. 1943
5Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data. 1942
5Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data. 1941
5Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data (Folder 1). 1940
6Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data (Folder 2). 1938-1939
6Minutes--Initialed Drafts and Data (Folder 3). 1934-1937
Henry George Atkinson subject files, 1933-1954
6Alcohol.
6American Steel Company.
6Ammonia.
6Armonia Land Company.
6Armour Sugar Company.
6Asturr Trading Company, Inc.
6Cia. Azucarera Atlantica del Golfo.
6Azequeta.
6Bagasse--Proposed paper plant. 1945
6Banco Agricola Mercantil.
6Bunker, Ellsworth.
6Cacocum.
6Caribbean Sugar Company.
6Cia Agricola Caonao.
6Carr Brothers.
6Canada and Dominion Sugar Co., Ltd.
7Baldomero Casas.
7Segundo Casteleiro.
7Clients-Price to be fixed.
7Cia Agricola Coliseo.
7Committee for Reciprocity Information.
7Commodity Research Bureau Inc.
7Commodity Trading Company.
7Consolidated Condition Corporation.
7Corning Glass Works.
7Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation.
7Cyclone. 10/1952
7Czarnikow-Rionda Company-Officers.
7Directors Committees.
7Manuel Fernandez Rionda.
7Maria F. Fernandez.
7Cia Cubana de Fibras y Jarcias.
7Frozen Foods.
7Joseph Guerin.
7Sucesion de L. Falla Gutierrez.
7Horace Havermeyer.
7Industrial Sugars.
7Ironton Fire Brick Company.
7Baron Paul Kronacher.
7Limonar.
7W. J. MaCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company.
7Special Statements.
7The Marshall Plan.
7Minute Maid.
7N. Misrachi Calderon.
7Negociacion Turman.
7Niagara.
7Plastic covering for sugar.
7Carlos Prio Socarras (Luncheon and Dinner). 12/11/1941
7H. V. Quarmby.
7Count Carl Bernhard de Revel.
7Luncheon in Honor of (Philippine) Ambassador Carlos P. Romulo.
8Armand Schmoll, Inc.
8Sercla Corporation.
8Soybeans.
8Soybeans.
8Spreckels Companies.
8Stockholders' Agreements:Preliminary. 8/3/1948
8Statements--Cespedes. 1948
8Statements-Client purchases and sales. 1948-1949
8Statements--Forecast for. 12/1950-12/1952
8Statements--Price to be fixed. 1949
8Statements--Miscellaneous. 1948-1949
8Supply and Demand (Folder1).
8Supply and Demand (Folder2).
9Supply and Demand, Various.
9Supply and Demand, Cuban Quotas. 1950-1951
9Cia. Gral. de Tabacos de Filipinas.
9J. M. Tarafa.
9Tariffs, etc., Cables, reports.
9Destileria Tinima, S. A.
9United Railways.
9United States Cane Sugar Refiners Association.
9United States Cuban Sugar Council. 8/13/1952-12/15/1952
9United States Cuban Sugar Council. 1/16/1952-7/16/1952
9United States Cuban Sugar Council. 6/28/1951-9/27/1951
9United States Cuban Sugar Council. 6/7/1950
10United States Cuban Sugar Council. 8/9/1950-10/13/1950
10United States Cuban Sugar Council. 5/2/1950-7/5/1950
10United States Cuban Sugar Council. 2/17/1950-4/25/1950
10United States Cuban Sugar Council. 12/12/1950-12/29/1950
10United States Cuban Sugar Council. 7/13/1950-11/28/1950
11United States Cuban Sugar Council--Sugar Facts and Figures :Draft of revised text of : sugar facts and figures and other material pertaining to the second edition.
11United States Cuban Sugar Counci--Sugar Facts and Figures: Other draft of revised text of: Sugar facts and figures and other material pertaining to the second edition.
11United States Cuban Sugar Council : Sugar Information. 1948
11United States Cuban Sugar Council. 1/2/1951-7/18/1951
11United States Cuban Sugar Council : Sugar Information. 1952
12United States Cuban Sugar Council : Sugar Information. 1947
12United States National Security Resources Board.
Henry George Atkinson subject files, 1954-1960
12Advertising Campaign, Sugar.
12Airform International Construction Corporation.
12American Sugar Refining Company.
12Bagasse and Cellulosa.
12Bags.
12Bag Factory.
12Batista Government--ICEA.
12Benjamin Garcia Beltran.
12Dr. Alberto Betancourt.
12Bernardo Braga. 1947
12Bulk.
12Bunge.
12Calculations and Definitions.
12Caribana Sugar and Trading Company.
13Cia. Azucarera Cespedes--Cables.
13Cia. Azucarera Cespedes--Correspondence.
13Cia. Azucarera Cespedes--Statements.
13Centrals--General Ownership.
13Charges--Sullivan and Cromwell; Data Given, Etc.
13Charges--Shipping.
13Charges--Selling Prices.
13Charges--Salaries and Volume.
13Charges--Materials and Supplies (Export Department).
13Charges--Interest.
13Charges--Insurance.
13Charges--Entertainment.
13Charges--Cuban Trading Company.
13Charges--Commission on Molasses.
13Charges--Capital.
13Charges--Commission on Sugar.
13Charges--Miscellaneous.
13Charges--Sugar.
13Cuba (Folder 1). 1959
13Cuba (Folder 2). 1959
13Cuba--Warehouse Transfer. 1959
13Cuban Agricultural Chemical Company.
13Cuban-American Sugar Company.
13Cuban Atlantic Sugar Company.
13Cuban Foreign Trade Bank.
13Cuban Taxes.
14Cuban Trading Company--Balance Sheets.
14Cuban Trading Company--Banks.
14Cuban Trading Company--Statements on market position.
14Czarnikow, Ltd.--Circular.
14C. Czarnikow, Ltd.--Ratterman.
14C. Czarnikow, Ltd.--Sugar.
14Czarnikow-Rionda Company--Securities owned.
14Del Valle.
14Carlos Del Valle.
14Exchange Delivery.
14Charlie Fanjul.
14Farr and Company.
14Ferrocarriles Occidentales de Cuba.
14Francisco Sugar Company--Cables.
14Francisco Sugar Company-Correspondence.
15Francisco Sugar Company : Statements. 5/16/1955-1/6/1958
15Francisco Sugar Company : Statements. 1/4/1954-5/9/1955
15Francisco Sugar Company : Warehouse leases. 1959
15Neils Gammeltoft.
15Garbage Disposal Plant.
15Juan Garcia.
15Salustiano Garcia.
15Godchaux Sugars, Inc.
15Gomez Mana.
15Grinding Calbes, Finals--Francisco/Elia.
15Grinding Calbes, Finals--Manati Sugar Company.
15Grinding Cables, Finals--New Tuinucu.
15Guantanamo.
15Insurance Department : General Information,Insurance Inspection Trip Report (2 copies). 1955
15Insurance Departmenet : Inspection trip report. 1954
15International Sugar Conference.
15Interoceanic Commodities Corporation.
15Italian Negotiations.
15Alfred Jaretzki.
15A. Johnson and Company.
15Kenaf.
16Kresin and Company.
16Latin American Trading Company.
16J.H. Leftwich.
16Litigation--Truman O'Neil versus Alamo Molasses Co., et al.
16Litigation--Denman and Denman.
16Litigation--B. G. Mueller versus Molasses Trading Co., et al.
16Litigation--Memoranda; Minutes. 7/1956
16Litigation--Sullivan and Cromwell.
16Litigation--Various Correspondence.
16S. H. Livaudais and Sons.
16Lord Lyle.
16Julio Lobo.
16H. L. Maggiolo.
16Manati Sugar Company--Cables.
16Manati Sugar Company--Correspondence.
16Manati Sugar Company--Statements.
16Manatonda.
16Luis Mendoza.
16Mendoza Sugar Review.
16Molasses.
17Ingenio Natividad.
17Nemco Manufacturing Company.
17New Tuinucu Sugar Company--Cables.
17New Tuinucu Sugar Company--Other.
17New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange.
17Nicaro Nickel Mine.
17Oil--Cuba.
17O.N.R.I.
17Osmose Wood Preserving Agency.
17Estrada Palma.
17Cia. Destiladora Paraiso, S. A.
17Dr. E. E. Pfeiffer.
17Aurelio Portuondo.
17Aurelio Portunondo, Jr.
17Profit and Loss--Special Analysis.
17Profit and Loss--Organization.
17Rionda Family Holdings in Certain Companies.
18Red Rock Cola Bottling Co. of Cuba.
18Documento sobre venta de la totalidad de las acciones de la Red Cola Bottling Company of Cuba.
18Documento otorgado por la Czarnikow-Rionda Company y la Red Rock Cola Bottling company of Cuba, sobre pago de deuda, con quita el 8 de abril de 1954.
18Legal document between Red Rock Cola Bottling Company and Czarnikow-Rionda Company regarding debt of former Red Rock of South America, Inc.
18Red Rock Cola Bottling Company of Cuba--Sale.
18Regla Coal and Oil Company of Cuba.
18Regla Coal Company.
18Reorganization--Re; Voting Trust Agreement Dated as of. 1/2/1950
18Reorganization--Exchange of Deposit Certificates.
18Manuel E. Rionda.
18Manuel Fernandez Rionda.
18Sir William J. and Lady Rook.
18San Miguel and Cia., Inc.
18Howard J. Sayers.
18Schroder Trust Company.
18Seatrain.
18Ships.
18Shrimp.
19Sugar Association Cuban Committee.
19Sugar Chemurgy, etc.
19Sugar Club of New York.
19Sugar Companies--Financial Data.
19Surplus--Earned and Capital.
19Sugar Information.
19Sugar Publications.
19Sugar Statistic Service.
19Taboada.
19Tariffs. 1949
19Tariffs. 1949
19Taxes--Cuba.
19Trans Cuban Oil Company.
19Tuinucu Sugar Company.
19Tunnel.
19United States Cuban Sugar Council. June1958-January 1959
20United States Cuban Sugar Council. January-May, 1958
20United States Cuban Sugar Council. September-December,1957
20United States Cuban Sugar Council. March-August, 1957
20United States Cuban Sugar Council. Decemeber 1956-Feb.1957
20United States Cuban Sugar Council. June-December, 1956
21United States Cuban Sugar Council. January-May, 1956
21United States Cuban Sugar Council. Oct. 1955-Jan. 1956
21United States Cuban Sugar Council. July-Sept., 1955
21United States Cuban Sugar Council. May-June, 1955
21United States Cuban Sugar Council. April, 1955
22United States Cuban Sugar Council. March, 1955
22United States Cuban Sugar Council. Jan.-Feb., 1955
22United States Cuban Sugar Council. Nov.-Dec. 1954
22United States Cuban Sugar Council. August-October, 1954
22United States Cuban Sugar Council. Jan.-July, 1954
23United States Cuban Sugar Council. Jan.-Dec., 1953
23United States Cuban Sugar Council, Unnumbered documents.
23United States Cuban Sugar Council, Correspondence. 1953-55
23United States Cuban Sugar Council, Financial documents.
23Uranium.
23G. Van der Bie.
23C. H. Varkevisser.
23Compaa Agricola Vertientes Y Camagey de Cuba.
23Central Violeta Sugar Company.
23Warehouses.
23Washington International Company.
23Simon Widjenes (S and D).
Series 56: Records of Edward H. Costello 1913-1950
3.1 linear feet (8 boxes)
Series 56 contains the files of Vice President Edward H. Costello, administrative head of the Cash Dept. of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company. Included in the series are lists of company stockholders for 1925-1939, banking records and balance sheets, materials related to the Compaa General de Tabacos Filipinas and Czarnikow-Rionda's efforts to revive Cuban sugar sales to Spain, and special account folders for employees of the company and their family. Some early files that predate Mr. Costello's association with the company are also retained in the series.
1Agricola Guayos S.A., Cia. -- Follow up file.
1Alley, Geer and Wealy -- Follow up file. 1933
1Alpine N.Y. -- Special Conference -- Mr. Manuel Rionda. October 27, 1926
1American Sugar Refining Company -- Agreement. Nov.23, 1927
1Amsterdam Sugar Exchange -- Option -- Various letters and Copies of Liquidations. May, 1937
1Approval of Payment of Audit Costello's file. 1938
1Armonia Land Corp. 1938-1944
1Asturr Trading Company.
1Atlantic Sugar Agreement.
1Azucarera, Comision Financiera de. 1937
1Azucarera Cespedes S.A., Cia.
1B.B.R. George A. Braga and R.B.R. 1938
1Bagasse Celulosa Processing. 1940-1947
1Balance Sheet Letters to Banks, etc. 1929-1935
1Balance Sheet Letters to Banks, etc. 1934
1Balance Sheet Letters to Banks, etc. 1935
1Balance Sheet Letters to Banks, etc. 1936 (June 30)
1Balance Sheets -- Cash deposit files. 1936
1Balance Sheets -- Letters. 1937
1Balance Sheets -- Letters. 1938
1Balance Sheets -- Letters. 1939
1Banco Gelats.
1Banco Sainz/Banco Hispano Americano. 1942-1950
1Bank Loan Agreements. 1938
1Beattie Sugar Co.
2Braga, George. 1934
2Braga, George. 1936
2Caribbean Sugar Co. (Central Macareo) -- Statement. 1939
2Nicholas Castao, Viuda e Hijos -- Coffee Documents, etc. 1945
2Nicholas Castao, Viuda e Hijos -- Correspondence and Molasses.
2Nicholas Castao, Viuda e Hijos -- Re drafts. 1944-1946
2Castao. Gasull. Guaranty.
2Ceballos, Juan M. 1937
2Central Cuba Sugar Co. 1941
2Cespedes, Douglas Arguments. 1934
2Cespedes. Schroder Dead Season. 1939-1941
2Cespedes, Mortgage and Miscellaneous Including Settlement with Seligman and Co.
2Cespedes Sugar Co. Dead Season. 1941-1944
2Chase Bank C.R.Co. guarantees LATCo. CRCo. Draft (NABUC). 1940
2"Coliseo" Bond Interest Follow up file.
2Costello, E. H. --Agreement re sugar storage.
2Costello, E. H. -- Cia. Cubana de Fibras Y Jarcia. 1938
2Costello, E. H. -- Memorandums Various.
2Credit Information Letters of Recommendation etc. 1935-1938
2Credit Inquiries. 1936-1938
2Cuba Cane Advances. 1928
2Cuban Agricultural Chemical Co. 1948-1950
2Cuban Candy. 1947
2Cuban Cane Products Corp. 1935
3Cuban Trading Acct. Cespedes Fertilizer. 1949
3Cuban Trading Co. -- Agreement. May 24, 1935
3Cuban Trading Co. -- Auditor's Quarterly deposits examination Reports.
3Cuban Trading Co. -- (N.Y. Bank Acct) National City. 1936-1940
3Cuban Trading LATCo. Remittance, Cash, etc. 1938-1939
3Cubana de Almacenes, Cia. Gen. -- Specimen Signatures. 1937-1941
3Cubana de Almacenes, Cia. Gen. -- Warehouse Lease Matanzas J.B. Zumalacarregui.
3Czarnikow Rionda Co. -- Balance Sheet Peat, Marwick. Mitchell and Co.
3Czarnikow Rionda Co. -- Credit files. 1949
3Del Valle/Natividad. 1932-1934
3Exchange Commissions paid the following Brokers for Yrs. 1932-1936
3Falla de Gutierrez, Adelaida Sra. 1936
3Falla Gutierrez, Suc. De. 1935
3Falla Gutierrez, Suc. De -- London Sterling Balances.
3Fanjul, Faustino. 1930-1931
3Fanjul, Sanchez. 1936-1937
3Fantauzzi (Gautier). 1937
3Federal Capital Stock Value Tax. 1933-1934
3Federal Reserve Reports.
3Federal Sugar Ref. Co. and Spreckels Sugar Corp. "Legal Documents".
3Francisco Agreement. 1934
3Francisco Sugar Co. 1936-1937
3Godchaux Sugar Co. Agreement. Dec. 16, 1927
3Goldman, Herman. 1937
3Goldman, Herman -- LATCo Taxes.
4Gutierrez, V. Dr., Statements. 1939
4Havemeyer, Horace Francisco Loan Follow up file.
4Hershey. 1937-1940
4Identities -- Re: NABUC holding in Cuba.
4Identities -- (Endorsement, etc.) Letters CJE (see also file "Warehouse Receipts"). 1935
4Memos. 1937-1938
4Interest acct. Analysis of CRCo. Follow up file. 1936-1938
4Interest Bearing. Indebtedness. 7/31/1919 to 7/31/1920
4Interest Rates Borrowing, etc. 1934
4Interest Rates Follow up file.
4Inversiones Y Fomento, Cia de Guarantees. 1939
4Lagemann's extracts Made for Tax Examiners. 1917-1920
4Lagemenn Children's Accts. (segregated). 1921-1923
4Lagemann's Accts. 1923-1924
4Lagemenn's Accts. (3 folders). 1925-1927
5Lagemenn's Accts. (8 folders). 1928-1935
5Lamborn and Co. In Liquidation.
5La Mision Hermanos Fanjul Ltd. Follow up file. 1938
5Latin American Trading Co. Correspondence Interest memo, etc. follow up file.
5Marcia, Jose (e. de Ulzurrun). 1936-1937
5Memorandum for Ogilvie, W.E., VP.
5Moretti Harrah Marble Co. 1933-1934
5Moretti Harrah Marble Co. 1935
5N.Y. Coffee and Sugar Exchange Membership. 1935
5Pelegrin.
5Porto Rico International -- Follow up file. 1935
5Profit and Loss. 1934
5Public Warehouse of Matanzas. Release, etc.
5Regla Coal and Oil Co. of Cuba. 1936-1938
5Regla Coal Co. United Railways of Havana Warehouse Agreement. 7/1/1918 to 11/14/1913
5Results of Business. 8/1/1922 to 12/31/1926
5Rionda Family Accounts (3 folders). 1918-1927
6Rionda Family Accounts (9 folders). 1927-1935
6Rionda, M. Special Acct. (various years to 1933).
6Rionda, M. Sr. 1934
6Rionda, M. Sr. 1935
6Rionda, M. Sr. 1936
6Rionda's Acct. 1920
6Rionda's Acct. 1899
6Royal Bank CRCo. Guarantee LATCo. CRCo. Drafts. 1940
6Salaries CRCo. Officers. 1944
6Santa Amalia. 1936
6Schroder Banking LATCo. Financing. 1937-1938
6Schroder Financing Memo Only. 1939
6Schroder London Bags, Burlap (CRCo. Draft). 1938
7Silver (CTCo., LATCo.). 1939
7Silveria, Linares and Co. 1935
7Societe Pour L'Exporation des Sucres Belgium. 1939
7Stockholder's Lists. 1925-1939
7Sugar Cane Bagasse Celulosa New Acct. 1943
7Sullivan and Cromwell. 1936-1937
7Tabacos de Filipinas, Cia. Gen. Barcelona and Manila. 1946
7Tabacos and Santos Lopez, Cia. Gen. 1938
7Wallfront Realty Corporation.
7Warehouse Receipt. Endorsement. 1937-1939
7Westrik, Theodore, Re: Taxes.
7Work sheet concerning appointments as at Nov. 30 (As a medium to determine destributory). 1936
7Zevallos, Rafael. 1936
8Tabacos de Filipinas, Cia. Gen. Barcelona and Manila Accounts. 1937
8Tabacos de Filipinas, Cia. Gen. Barcelona and Manila Accounts. 1938
8Tabacos de Filipinas, Cia. Gen. Barcelona and Manila Accounts. 1939
8Tabacos de Filipinas, Cia. Gen. Barcelona and Manila Accounts. 1940
Series 61: Records of Reed Clark 1949-1959
3.75 linear feet (9 boxes)
Series 61 contains files that originated in the office of Reed Clark. Reed Clark was listed in stockholders' reports as an assistant vice president in 1953 and vice president in 1955. An organizational chart from the same time period indicates that Clark was in the Selling Department. There is considerable information and correspondence in this series related to the sugar trade with Chile and Japan. The Puerto Rican sugar industry also receives attention. The confidential memoranda from the Cuban law firm of Gorrin, Maas, Maca, y Alamilla regarding negotiations with the Cuban government and labor unions on issues affecting the sugar industry are especially significant. Box 1 includes photocopies of newspaper clippings from 1955-1958. Box 9 contains records of the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange. Clark sat on the Exchange's Board of Managers in 1957 and 1958. The remainder of the series is an alphabetical file containing incoming and outgoing correspondence, reports, sugar trade data, and other records.
1Newspaper Clippings.
1A, Miscellaneous. 1954-1957
1Agents. 1955-1956
1Almapucos. 1955-1957
1B, Miscellaneous.
1Bags. 1955-1956
1Bank loans. 1955
1Bank project/Cuba. 1954-1956
1Beet crops, European. 1955-1956
1Braga Rionda, Bernardo.
1Brazil. 1955-1957
1Bulk.
1C, Miscellaneous. 1954-1956
1Canada.
1Caribana. 1955
2Castao.
2C. E. C. I. 1955
2Cspedes Sugar Company. 1954-1957
2Chile.
2Chile. 1955-1956
2Chile. 1957
2Chile, Cables.
2Chile, Cables.
2Chile, Correspondence.
2Chile, Figures.
2Chile, Garcia.
2Chile, Miscellaneous.
2Chile, Miscellaneous.
2Chile Photostat Copies.
3Chile, position statement.
3Chile, R. C.
3Chile-Rettig.
3Chilean Contract Chain.
3Commissions, Sugar. 1957
3Crop estimates. 1956-1958
3Cuban crop figures. 1955
3Cuban Atlantic. 1956-1957
3Cuban Decrees.
3Cuban German Agreement. 1955-1957
3Cuban Trading Company. 1955-1957
3C. Czarnikow, Ltd. 1954-1957
3Dry Dock. 1956
3E, Miscellaneous. 1956-1957
3European correspondence. 1954
3F, Miscellaneous. 1955-1957
3Fanjul, Alfonso. 1954-1957
3Farr and Company. 1953-1957
3Fraites, J. L. 1955-1956
3Francisco Sugar Company. 1955-1957
3French Business. 1956-1957
3G, Miscellaneous. 1956-1957
3Garcia, Juan.
3Garcia and Diaz. 1955-1957
3Golodetz, M. and Company. 1959
3Gomez-Mena. 1955-1957
3Gomez, Salvador. 1956-1957
4Gorrin, Maas, Maca y Alamilla. 1956-1957
4Gorrin, Maas, Maca y Alamilla. 1958
4Guayabal. 1955-1956
4H, Miscellaneous. 1955-1957
4Henderson Contract. 1955-1956
4Hernandez, Octavio. 1955
4House estates, Clients. 1955
4House Estates. 1956
4I, Miscellaneous. 1956-1957
4ICEA. 1955-1957
4ICEA, bid to re release of 658,000 T.
4Insurance. 1956-1957
4International Sugar Council. 1956-1957
4International Sugar Council, conference.
4Information. 1956-1957
4International Sugar Council, figures. 1951
5International Sugar Council, statistics. 1955
5Italian agreement. 1955
5Japan, Correspondence. 1956
5Japan, General information. 1956-1957
5Japan, Reports. 1955-1956
5Japan, Purchases. 1955
5Japanese Cables. 1952
5Japanese Customers. 1956-1958
5Japanese Survey. 1956
5K, Miscellaneous. 1955
5L, Miscellaneous. 1956-1957
5Livaudais, S. H. and Sons. 1954-1957
5Lobo, K. 1955
5Lobo. 1955-1957
5Local consumption. 1955-1957
5M, Miscellaneous. 1955-1957
5Manati Sugar Company. 1953-1957
5Market Letter. 1955
5Memoranda, interoffice. 1954-1957
5Miscellaneous. 1952-1953
5Miscellaneous. 1953-1954
5Molasses. 1956-1957
5Molasses/Alcohol. 1950
5Morocco. 1956-1957
5Nabbar. 1955
5Nabbar--Cables. 1955
6Naviera De Navas--Cables.
6Naviera De Navas--Correspondence.
6Naviera De Navas--Documents.
6New Projects. 1955-1958
6O, Miscellaneous. 1956-1957
6P, Miscellaneous. 1955-1957
6Peru, Personal. 1949
6Philippines Information. 1955-1957
6Promedio. 1956-1957
6Puerto Rico. 1949-1952
6Puerto Rico. 1951-1952
6Puerto Rico. 1956-1957
7Puerto Rico, contracts. 1951-1952
7Puerto Rico, information obtained. 1949-1951
7R, Miscellaneous. 1955-1957
7Raw Sugar Department. 1954-1957
7Refined Sugar Contracts. 1957
7Rook, Sir William. 1953-1954
7Russia. 1955-1957
7S, Miscellaneous. 1955-1957
7San Miguel, Puerto Rico. 1950-1951
7SANE. March-May 1955
7SANE. 1955
7SANE. 1955-1957
7Seatrain. 1954-1955
7Shippers. 1955
7Single Seller. 1952-1954
7Spain. 1950
8Statistical information. 1954-1957
8Sugar company income comparisons. 1950
8Sugar Crop. 1950-1953
8Sugar Crop. 1955-1957
8Sugar, general. 1949
8Sugar information, miscellaneous. 1942-1952
8Sugar General Information. 1954-1957
8Szabo, Miklos. 1955-1957
8Tetzeli, Fred E. 1956-1957
8Tuinucu Sugar Company, The New. 1955-1957
8Tunnel. 1955-1957
8U, Miscellaneous. 1955-1957
8Uruguay. 1956-1957
8W, Miscellaneous. 1956-1957
8Wallboard Company. 1955
8Warehouse costs/carrying charges.
8Woodhouse, Carey and Browne. 1957
8V, Miscellaneous. 1955-1957
8Del Valle, Estanislao. 1955-1957
8Venezuela. 1955-1957
8XYZ, Miscellaneous.
9New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange, Board of Managers. 1956-1958
9New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange, Delivery Committee. 1957
9New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange, Membership Committee. 1957
9New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange, Special Board Committee. 1957
Series 63: Records of Michael J. P. Malone 1948-1965
8.1 linear feet (24 boxes)
Series 63 contains the administrative files of Michael Joseph Patrick Malone. Malone was listed as an assistant vice president in a 1953 stockholders' report and as a vice president in 1955. Before the revolution, Malone dealt primarily with matters related to the company's Cuban affiliates and subsidiaries. He was deeply involved in the company's diversification and product development programs, including the company's Cuban cattle ranches, and was president of the Kenaf Corporation. (Files related to the latter form series51 Series 51 in Record Group 4.)
Malone followed the political events of the late 1950s and early 1960s closely. As the vice president most closely linked to the Cuban operations, his files reveal the company's responses to the tremendous changes occurring there. The expropriation of the company's Cuban assets, the adjustment of hundreds of former Cuban employees to life in exile, and the first years of sugar development in the area south of Lake Okeechobee, Florida are well documented. Malone, himself, was involved in a joint venture with the New Tuinucu Sugar Company and Czarnikow-Rionda to buy and operate cattle ranches in the Belle Glade area. The New Tuinucu files end in 1965 when the ranch was sold to the Osceola Operating Corporation and King Ranch, Inc. All other files end in 1964 or earlier.
Malone was also involved in the early anti-Castro movement. Included are files on the Asociacin para la Reconstruccin de la Economa Cubana and the Asociacin Nacional de Hacendados de Cuba en Exilio, as well as several political activists in the Cuban exile community.
1Aguilera, Leopoldo. 1960
1Air-form construction. 1953-1958
1Algian, G. W. --Hawaiian Sugar Planters Association. 1959
1Albertini, M. George. 1963
1Allison, Dr. R. V. 1957-1962
1Almacenes Publicos De Mantazas. 1960
1American Chamber of Commerce of Cuba in the U.S. 1961-1962
1American Enterprise Institute. 1963-1964
1Americas Foundation. 1961
1Antunas. 1957-1960
1Arcenaux, Dr. George. 1958-1959
1Arcenaux, Dr. George. 1957-1958
1Arcenaux, Dr. George-A Study of Agricultural Production at Manati, Cespedes, Elia, and Francisco. 1958 March
1Arango, Dr. Andres Raul. 1960
1Asociacion de Colonos de Cuba. 1961-1963
1Asociacion Nacional de Hacendados de Cuba. 1959-1961
2Atkinson, Henry George. 1957-1960
2Atkinson, Henry George. 1961-1963
2Atlantic Community Development Group of Latin America. 1963
2Australian Sogor. 1963-1964
2Azqueta, Norberto. 1956-1964
2Bags. 1959
2Bags. 1956-1959
2Bags Department. 1960-1963
2Bag Department. 1959-1960
2Bagasse. 1956-1958
2Bamboo. 1957
3Barro, Antonio. 1964
3Barro, Antonio. 1962-1963
3Barro, Antonio. 1961-1962
3Barro, Antonio. 1959-1961
3Baxter Laboratories, Inc.-- Morton Grove, Illinois. 1958
3Beeson, William M. 1959-1962
3Beeson, William M.--Purdue University. 1957-1958
3Beeson, William M. Lafayette,Indiana. Cattle Feed. 1955-1957
4Beeson, William M. 1957-1958
4Beeson, William M. Lafayette,Indiana. Cattle Feed. 1956
4Beeson, William M. 1955
4Belleglade Project. 1962-1963
4Benckiser Joh. A. -- Germany. 1958-1962
4Berillez, Robert. 1961
4Boehringer Sohn, C. H.--Germany. 1958-1961
4Braga, George A. 1964
4Braga, George A. 1962-1963
5Braga, George A. 1961-1962
5Braga, George A. 1959-1960
5Braga, George A. 1958-1959
5Braga, George A. International Sugar Agreement. 1958
5Braga, B. Rionda. 1961-1964
5Braga, B. Rionda. 1957-1960
5BRB. Special Data, New Business. 1956-1958
5Brewer, C. and Company. 1961-1963
5Brook, Alexander. 1957
5Busto, Jorge Del. 1962-1963
5Caballero, Dr. Ezequiel. 1961
5Cachaza. 1958
5Cancelas, Adolpho. 1961
5Cane, Estimates. 1959-1960
5Cane Fires. 1960
5Central Warehouse. 1957
5Cespedes Fritz Appel. 1960-1962
5Cespedes Cattle. 1958-1960
6Cespedes General. 1959-1962
6Cespedes Isasi, Domingo. 1960-1961
6Cespedes Isasi, Domingo. 1961-1963
6Cespedes Minutes of Meeting. 1958-1960
6Cespedes Reports from Mill. 1959-1961
6Chufa. 1958
6Citric and Tartaric Acids. 1957
6Clarck, Reed. 1960-1964
6Clements, Dr. H. C. 1957-1958
6Country Club de La Habana. 1957-1960
7Clifford, Joseph P. 1961-1964
7Clifford, Joseph P. 1958-1960
7Clifford and Miller. 1958-1962
7Closter Farms, Inc. 1963
7Closter Farms, Inc. 1961-1963
7Closter Farms, Inc. 1961-1963
7Coconut. 1958
7Colomar Lluch, Fernando. 1963
7Commercial Solvents Corporation Ammoniated Molasses. 1953-1960
7Considine, Robert. 1959-1961
7Consultants. 1957-1958
7Corn. 1958-1959
8Cuba. Cables. 1960
8Cuba. Cables Agrarian Reform Forum. 1959
8Cuba. Cables Dealing with Ambassador Bonzal. 1959
8Cuba. Cables ANDAC. 1959
8Cuba. Cables Asociacion de Colonos. 1959
8Cuba. Cables Cabinet Changes. 1959
8Cuba. Cables Cattlemen Association. 1959
8Cuba. Cables Loans to Cuba. 1959
8Cuba. Cables Press Reports and General Information. 1959
8Cuba. Cables Rice Growers. 1959
8Cuba. Cables Superproduction. 1959
8Cuba. Cables Tax Laws. 1959
8Cuba. Cables Dealing with Tobacco Landowners. 1959
8Cuba. Cables U.S. Senate. 1959
8Cuba. Miscellaneous. 1959-1963
8Cuban Chamber of Commerce in the U.S. 1961-1962
8Cuban Chamber of Commerce in the U.S. 1958-1960
8Cuban Sick Pay. 1957
9Cuban Trading Company. 1960-1963
9Cuban Trading Company. 1959-1961
9Czarnikow-Rionda Company. 1957-1963
9Deutch, Michael. 1961-1964
9Dried Cane Juice. 1959
9Driscoll, Richard L. 1954-1960
9Drummond, Roscoe. New York Herald Tribune. 1962
9Dupont de Nemours and Company. 1956-1960
9Eiroa Terminal, S. A. 1957
9ESSO Reports on Cuban Estates. 1957
9ESSO Reports. Attached Correspondence. 1957
9Estrada Vicente A. 1956-1962
10Export Department. 1960-1963
10Export Department. 1958-1959
10Export Department. 1957-1958
10Fanjul, Alfonso. 1964
10Fanjul, Alfonso. 1961-1963
10Fanjul, Alfonso. 1960
10Fanjul, Alfonso. 1958-1959
10Fanjul, Alfonso Spain. 1963
10Fanjul, Alfonso Fordham University. 1958
11Fanjul, H. Charles. 1961-1965
11Fanjul, H. Charles. 1957-1960
11Fanjul, Harry. 1961-1965
11Fanjul, Rafael. 1961
11Hechevarria, Alberto Fernandez. 1964
11Fernandez, Alberto. 1959-1963
11Fernandez, Alberto. 1959
11Fernandez, Edilio. 1961
11Fernandez Rionda, J. 1958-1960
11Fertilizers. 1957-1958
11Fire Control. 1957-1958
11Florida Reports. 1956
11Florida Sugar Mill Project. 1961
11Freeport Sulphur Company. 1958-1960
12Francisco Sugar Company Agendas and Minutes of Meetings. 1961-1963
12Francisco Sugar Company Agrarian Reform. 1959-1960
12Francisco Sugar Company Aleman, Guillermo. 1962-1965
12Francisco Sugar Company General. 1960-1964
12Francisco Sugar Company General. 1960
12Francisco Sugar Company Midland Industries. 1963
12Francisco Sugar Company Miller, William J. 1958-1964
12Francisco Sugar Company Pedemonte, Juan. 1961-1965
12Francisco Sugar Company. 1960-1961
12Galvez, Milton. 1960-1962
12Gaston, Melchor W. 1961
12Gibberellin. 1956-1964
13Goodrich, B. F. 1958-1959
13Grains. 1957-1959
13Grasses. 1959
13Green Sugars. 1955-1958
13Hawaii Meat Company. 1956
13Hawaii. 1957-1959
13Hexadecanol. 1958
13Hosaka, Edward Y. 1959-1962
13Hosaka, Edward Y. 1959-1960
13Hosaka, Edward Y. 1957-1958
13IBM. 1957-1958
13ICEA. 1956-1959
13Improvements to Mills. 1961
13Industrial City. Matanzas. 1957
14Insurance. 1958-1959
14Insurance. 1959-1960
14Industrial Diversification. 1957-1959
14International House. 1960-1962
14International Packers. 1954-1959
14International Packers. 1953-1954
14International Packers. Ing. Amadeo Lopez Castro. 1954-1955
14International Rescue Committee. 1963
14Jofre, Carlos E. 1961
14Johnson, A. and Company. Avesta. 1957
14Kaolin. 1956-1957
14Krupnick and Associate, Inc. 1959
14Lacerda, Dr. Carlos. 1961
15Lavin, Dr. Pablo F. 1961
15Leon, Mario J. 1959-1960
15Leon Pla, Dr. Luis. 1960
15Liberia. 1959
15Lobster Tails. 1957
15Longoria, Joel. 1961-1964
15Macademia Nuts. 1957-1958
15Maas, Dr. Arturo. 1963
15Maas, Dr. Arturo. 1961-1963
15Manati Agendas and minutes of Meeting. 1961-1962
15Manati Agraria Reform. 1959-1960
15Manati Cien Dias De Administracion Revolucionaria.
15Manati General. 1960-1964
16Manati. Reports From Mill. 1960
16Manati. Ambrosio Robles. 1961-1964
16Manrara,Luis. 1964
16Manrara,Luis. 1962-1963
16Manrara,Luis. 1960-1962
16Manufacturers Trust Company Paper. 1956
16Matanzas Warehouses. Almapucos. 1958-1959
16McKesson and Robbins, Inc. 1958
16Mendoza, Enrique. 1961
16Merck and Company Rahway, N.J. 1958
16Merck and Company Rahway, N.J. 1958
16Mestre, Dr. Jose A. 1961
16Meyer, Rev. F. Nenard F. 1962-1963
16Mill Managers Meetings. New York. 1958-1960
17Mill Managers Meetings. Cuba. 1958-1960
17Minute Maid Corporation. 1959
17Miscellaneous. 1963-1964
17Musteller, Dr. G. E. 1959-1960
17Navarrete, Jorge. 1960-1961
17Navierra de Navas, S.A. 1957
17New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc. 1962-1963
17New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc. 1963-1965
17New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc. Abel Ranch-- Abel Acres. 1963
17New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc. Abel Ranch. Agendas and Meetings. 1963-1965
18New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Neil Alderman. 1962-1963
18New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch. 1962
18New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Belle Glade. Correspondence. Folder 1. 1964-1965
18New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Belle Glade. Correspondence. Folder 2. 1964-1963
18New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Belle Glade. Correspondence. Folder 3. 1962-1963
18New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Braddock Tract. 1962-1963
18New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Budgets. 1962
18New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Cattle Inventory. 1962-1965
18New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Coral Cables First National Bank. 1963
18New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Abel Ranch. Agendas and Meetings. 1963-1965
19New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch General. 1963-1964
19New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Goldman, Herma. 1962-1965
19New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Ovidio Lopez Contract. 1963-1964
19New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Alberto Loret De Mola. 1963-1965
19New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Miller's Contract. 1963
19New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Miscellaneous. 1963-1964
19New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Mr. Malone's Desk. 1962-1963
19New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Mr. Malone's Desk. 1962-1964
19New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Mr. Malone's Desk. 1964-1965
19New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Morales Contract. 1963-1964
19New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Preliminaries. 1962-1964
20New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Purchases and Sale of Cattle. 1962-1963
20New Tuinucu Sugar Company, Inc.-- Abel Ranch Reports From Ranch. 1962-1963
20Nuclear Reactor. 1957
20O'Hara James. 1959
20O'Hara James Folder A. 1958
20O'Hara James Folder B. 1957-1958
20Oil and Petroleum. 1957
20Osceola Farms. Publicity. 1960
20El Panamericano. Valeri Guttierrez. 1962
20Mario Parajon. 1960-1962
20Jose M. Pernett. 1962
20Personnel. 1954-1963
20Phosphate. Triple. 1955
20Portuondo, Jr., Aurelio. 1960-1963
21Portuondo Jr., Aurelio. Fordham. 1958-1959
21Portuondo Larrieu, Antonio. 1958
21Portuondo, Jorge. 1959
21Powe Equipment Company. 1957-1958
21Ramie. 1952
21Rangel, Antonio. 1963-1964
21Ray, Manolo. 1962
21Record Notes. 1955-1963
21Regla Coal and Company. 1958
21Regla Coal and Company. 1957-1958
21Regla Coal and Company. 1958-1959
22Regla Coal and Company. 1958
22Regla Coal and Company. 1960
22Retirement Fund. 1958-1959
22Reyes, Gustavo De Los. 1964
22Roque, Alberto. 1961-1963
22Roque, Alberto. Joe Castel. 1960
22Rionda, Manuel. 1960-1961
22Rionda Alvarez, Ma. Petrolina. 1959-1961
22Roselle. 1948-1949
22Rote, John. 1957
22Ruder, William. 1961-1964
23Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida. 1964
23Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida. 1961-1962
23Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida. 1962-1963
23The Sugar Club. 1960-1963
23Sundelson, J. Wilner. 1964
23M. Szabo Pelsoczi. 1961-1962
23Tomeu, Enrique. 1959-1963
24Valle, Carlos Del. 1959-1961
24Valle, Estanislao Del. 1960
24Varona, Manuel Del. 1960-1962
24Warins, Thomas. News and Courier. Charleston, S.C. 1962
24Webre, Alfred L. 1961-1964
24Webre, Alfred L. 1960-1961
24White, Nate. American Banker. 1962-1963
Series 66: Clippings file of Michael J.P. Malone 1956-1964
5 linear feet (5 boxes)
Vice President Malone began a clippings file on Cuba in 1956. Initially, the file documented all aspects of Cuba, but, as Cuba's political troubles mounted, the file became a daily chronicle of the revolution. The series is also noteworthy for the variety of materials it includes. In addition to clippings from major U.S. and Cuban periodicals, Malone gathered radio and television transcripts, and reports and newsletters from news agencies and political organizations.
11Clippings. 1956
12Clippings. 1957
13Clippings. 1957
14Publications. 1957
15Clippings. 1958
16Clippings. 1958
17Publications. 1958
18Reports Radio, etc. 1959
19Clippings. 1959 January
110Clippings. 1959 February
111Clippings. 1959 March
112Clippings. 1959 April
113Clippings. 1959 May
114Clippings. 1959 June
115Clippings. 1959 July
116Clippings. 1959 August
117Clippings. 1959 September
118Clippings. 1959 October
219Clippings. 1959 November
220Clippings. 1959 December
221Reports Radio, etc. 1959
222Clippings. Jan Feb 1960
223Clippings. March April 1960
224Clippings. May June 1960
225Clippings. 1960 July
326Clippings. 1960 August
327Clippings. Sep Oct 1960
328Clippings. Nov Dec 1960
329Clippings. Jan Feb 1961
330Clippings. 1961 March
331Clippings (Invasion). 1961 April
332Clippings. 1961 May
333Clippings. 1961 June
434Clippings. July Aug 1961
435Clippings. Sep Dec 1961
436Clippings. Jan Feb 1962
437Clippings. March May 1962
438Clippings. June Aug 1962
439Clippings. 1962 September
440Clippings. 1962 October
441Clippings. 1962 November
542Clippings. 1962 December
543Clippings. Jan Feb 1963
544Clippings. March April 1963
545Clippings. May June 1963
546Clippings. July Aug 1963
547Clippings. Sep Oct 1963
548Clippings. Oct Dec 1963
549Clippings. Jan March 1964
550Clippings. April June 1964
551Clippings. July Dec 1964
Series 87: Records of Joseph B. Carr 1928-1960
3 linear feet (7 boxes)
Series 87 consists of records from the files of Vice President and Treasurer Joseph B. Carr. The records here relate to Czarnikow-Rionda's house estates in Cuba, principally the Cespedes Sugar Company and its subsidiaries, the Compaa Agrcola Caonao and the Destiladora Tinima. Also included are records from the Cuban Trading Company regarding sales of sugars from the Nueva Compaa Azucarera Gomez-Mena.
Carr was the company's comptroller in 1944 and became Treasurer in 1951. He was made a vice president in the company in 1953.
1Caonao Credit applications. 1959
1Caonao Spring plantings. 1959
1Cespedes Sugar Company Bank loans. 1959
1Cespedes Sugar Company Collateral. 1959
1Cespedes Sugar Company Contracts. 1959-1960
1Cespedes Sugar Company Credit applications. 1959-1960
1Cespedes Sugar Company General.
2Cespedes Sugar Company Liquidations. 1959-1960
2Cuban Trading Co. Sugar liquidations. 1958-1960
2Cuban Trading Co. Gomez-Mena. 1958-1959
2Identity certificates. 1958-1959
2Sugar production by mills. 1959
3Certain raw sugar companies--Profit and Loss data, etc. 1959
3House estates Misc. documents. 1957-1960
3House estates Worksheets. 1959
3House estates Comparative statements of profit and loss. 1958-1959
3Cespedes Sugar Company Production reports for various years.
3Cespedes Sugar Company Sugar statements. 1958
3Cespedes Sugar Company Grinding reports. 1954, 1957-1959
4Cespedes Sugar Company Grinding reports. 1960
4Cespedes Sugar Company Operating data. 1941-1953
4Cespedes Sugar Company Analysis of account. 1950-1958
4Cespedes Sugar Company Balance sheets and statements of P and L. 1936-1938
4Caonao Budget. 1949-1951
4Caonao Balance sheets, trial balances, financial reports. 1937, 1941
5Cespedes Sugar Company Annual reports. 1928; 1942-1950; 1952-1953
5Cespedes Sugar Company Monthly financial statements. 1940-1949
6Cespedes Sugar Company Monthly financial statements. 1950-1952
6Cespedes Sugar Company Inventories. 1945-1952
6Cespedes Sugar Company Cuban tax reports. 1951-1952
6Destiladora Tinima Balance sheets. 1946-1948
7Caonao, Compaa Agricola Financial statements. 1941-1952
7Caonao, Compaa Agricola Inventory. 1952
7Coliseo, Compaa Azucarera Balance sheets. 1941-1944
Series 26: Bags Department. Purchases and sales contracts 1950-1959
2.5 linear feet (6 volumes)
Series 26 consists of contract books for the Bags Dept. of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company. The contract books are separated into purchases and sales. The former contain contracts between Czarnikow-Rionda and jute bag merchants, while the sales books contain contracts between Czarnikow-Rionda and Cuban sugar mills. An index is included in each contract book.
1Purchases. 1950-1951; 1951-1952
2Sales. 1950-1951; 1951-1952
3Purchases. 1952-1953; 1953-1954; 1954-1955
4Sales. 1952-1953; 1953-1954; 1954-1955
5Purchases. 1955-1956; 1956-1957; 1957-1958; 1958-1959
6Sales. 1955-1956; 1956-1957; 1957-1958; 1958-1959
Series 27: Bags Department. Records 1954-1961
1.9 linear feet (5 boxes)
Series 27 contains the administrative records of Bernardo Antua and Daniel Rivera. Both were managers of the Bags Department. Antua was also a vice president and director of the company and had been head of the Export Department before the Bags Department was created in 1956. The series consists of correspondence with bag manufacturers and distributors in India and with the Cuban Trading Company in Havana. Also included in the series are newsletters and other documents from the Burlap and Jute Association in New York City and material on shipping. Unrelated to the bags trade is a file on Cuban coffee from 1955-1956.
1Acharya Bros.
1Adamjee, G. M.
1Antua, Bernardo (personal).
1Antua, Bernardo signed copies. 1956
1Antua, Bernardo trip to Europe.
1Bags memoranda to and from company officers.
1Bag position statements.
1Burlap and Jute Association. 1957-1959
2Burlap and Jute Association. 1960-1961
2Classification of jute mills.
2Coffee.
2Commission on sale of bags.
2Complaints of poor quality bags: General.
2Complaints of poor quality bags: Castao.
2Complaints of poor quality bags: Garcia Diaz.
2Casilda, Port of.
2Cuban consular office, Calcutta.
2Cuban duties draw back of duties on empty sugar bags.
2Cuban Trading Co. 1957
3Cuban Trading Co. 1957-1961
3Federal By-products Corporation.
3Fumigation of bags.
3F. Gangjee.
3General Fibre Dealers Ltd.
3Gordhandas Jerambhai.
3Guayabal, Port of.
3Gunny Exporters Private Ltd. 1957-1961
3Gunny Trade Association.
4Hellenic Lines Limited.
4House estates.
4Insurance Cuban decree 503.
4Leval and Co.
4Lone Star Bag and Bagging second hand bags.
4Manati, Port of. 1954-1956
4Market reports. 1957-1961
4Miscellaneous correspondence.
4Nanjee Shamjee.
4James Nourse, Ltd. Port of Vita.
4Ocean freight rates--Calcutta/Cuba.
4Pakistani bags.
4Palriwala Bros. Ltd.
5Pernett, J.M. re Rivera trip to India. 1958
5Profit and loss statement, crop. 1956-1957
5Railroad and port handling charges--Cuba.
5Ramdutt Ramkissendass.
5Sethia and Sons.
5J. Henry Schroder (London).
5Shipping statements.
5Soorajmull Nagarmull.
5Toolsidass Jewraj.
5R.E.B. Willcox.
Series 28: Bags Department. Records 1946-1959
0.6 linear feet (2 boxes)
Series 28 contains records pulled from the "Yearly Records File" of the Bags Department. Over half of the series consists of the profit and loss statements, with corroborating documents and worksheets, for specific crop years. Several years are missing. The series begins when the bags operation was part of the Export Department.
1Banking Commission, crop. 1953-1954
1Calcutta mill ratings.
1Cuban clients ratings. 1952
1Duties of employees. 1953
1Freight bags. 1949-1955
1Kenaf fiber. 1950-1951
1Letters of credit, crop. 1952-1953
2Market prices. 1960-1961
2Profit and loss, crop. 1951-1952
2Profit and loss, crop. 1953-1954
2Profit and loss, crop. 1956-1957
2Profit and loss, crop. 1957-1958
2Profit and loss, crop. 1958-1959
2J. Henry Schroder charges on drafts.
2Size differentials 200 lb. bags.
2Special.
2Special reports.
2Statements.
2Used bags. 1946-1947
2Used bags. 1951
Series 18: Cable Department. Cables 1956-1961
5.4 linear feet (13 boxes)
Series 18 contains copies of cables received and sent by the Cable Dept. of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company. Copies of each cable were made and distributed to appropriate company personnel and another copy was filed in the Cable Department. The company had only a few cable addresses, and most of the thousands of cables received each year were sent from or received by an address called Main. The Main file consisted overwhelmingly of routine cables on the daily market situation. However, a few cable messages related to the economic and political situation in Cuba, as well as more serious company matters, were interspersed in the Main files.
The cables in this series come from file headings that contained a significant number of informative messages as well as substantive cables culled from the Main files and, beginning in 1960, the Miscellaneous files. A complete run of Main cables for 1957 was also retained to provide a profile of sugar market operations in a typical year. In general, the series reflects the turmoil of the times and the company's early efforts to cope with the loss of its primary business activity.
1Cattle. Jan 1956
1Cattle. May Dec 1956
1Reed Clark Tokyo Rec. and Start. Aug Sep 1956
1Czarbraga (Rec'd.). Jan 1956
1Czarbraga (Sent). Jan 1956
1George Braga. Sept. 1956
1Czarbraga (Sent). Feb June 1956
1Czarbraga (Rec'd.). Feb June 1956
1Czarbraga (Rec'd.). July Dec 1956
1Czarbraga (Sent). July Dec 1956
1Italian Business. Jan Feb 1956
1Main (Rec'd.). Jan 1956
1Main (Sent). Jan 1956
1Main (Rec'd.). Feb 1956
1Main (Sent). Feb 1956
1Main (Sent). March 1956
1Main (Rec'd.). March 1956
1Main (Sent). April 1956
1Main (Rec'd.). April 1956
1Main (Sent). May 1956
1Main (Rec'd.). May 1956
2Main (Rec'd.). June 1956
2Main (Sent). June 1956
2Main (Sent). July 1956
2Main (Rec'd.). July 1956
2Main (Rec'd.). Aug 1956
2Main (Sent). Aug 1956
2Main (Rec'd.). Sep 1956
2Main (Sent). Sep 1956
2Main (Sent). Oct 1956
2Main (Sent). Nov 1956
2Main (Rec'd.). Nov 1956
2Main (Rec'd.). Dec 1956
2Main (Rec'd.). Dec 1956
2Main (Sent). Dec 1956
2Cattle. Jan Oct 1957
2Czarbraga (Sent). Jan Dec 1957
2Czarbraga (Rec'd.). Jan -Dec 1957
2Financo. 1957
3Max Antonio Garcia. 1957
3Main (Rec'd.). Jan 1957
3Main (Sent). Jan 1957
4Main (Rec'd.). Feb 1957
4Main (Sent). Feb 1957
4Main (Rec'd.). March 1957
5Main (Sent). March 1957
5Main (Rec'd.). April 1957
5Main (Sent). April 1957
6Main (Rec'd.). May 1957
6Main (Sent). May 1957
6Main (Sent). June 1957
7Main (Sent). July 1957
7Main (Rec'd.). June 1957
7Main (Rec'd.). July 1957
7Main (Sent). Aug 1957
7Main (Rec'd.). Aug 1957
8Main (Rec'd.). Sep 1957
8Main (Sent). Sep 1957
8Main (Sent). Oct 1957
8Main (Rec'd.). Oct 1957
9Main (Rec'd.). Nov 1957
9Main (Sent). Nov 1957
9Main (Sent). Dec 1957
9Main (Rec'd.). Dec 1957
9A. Sterling (Chile). 1957
9Szabo.
10Brazil.
10Cattle. 1958
10Czarbraga (Sent). 1958
10Czarbraga (Rec'd.). 1958
10Kenaf. 1958
10Main (Sent). Jan 1958
10Main (Rec'd.). Jan 1958
10Main (Sent). Feb 1958
10Main (Rec'd.). Feb 1958
10Main (Sent). Mar 1958
10Main (Rec'd.). Mar 1958
10Main (Sent). April 1958
10Main (Rec'd.). April 1958
10Main (Rec'd.). May 1958
10Main (Sent). May 1958
10Main (Sent). June 1958
10Main (Rec'd.). June 1958
10Main (Sent). July 1958
10Main (Rec'd.). July 1958
10Main (Rec'd.). Aug 1958
10Main (Sent). Aug 1958
10Main (Sent). Sep 1958
10Main (Rec'd.). Sep 1958
10Main (Sent). Oct 1958
10Main (Rec'd.). Oct 1958
10Main (Sent). Nov 1958
10Main (Rec'd.). Nov 1958
10Main (Sent). Dec 1958
10Main (Rec'd.). Dec 1958
11Cattle. Feb 1959
11Cattle. March 1959
11Cattle. April 1959
11Cattle. May 1959
11Cattle. June 1959
11Cattle. July 1959
11Cattle. Aug 1959
11Cattle. Oct 1959
11Cattle. Nov 1959
11Cattle. Dec 1959
11Czarbraga (Sent). Jan 1959
11Czarbraga (Rec'd.). Jan 1959
11Czarbraga (Rec'd.). Feb 1959
11Czarbraga (Sent). Feb 1959
11Czarbraga (Sent). March 1959
11Czarbraga (Rec'd.). March 1959
11Czarbraga (Sent). April 1959
11Czarbraga (Rec'd.). April 1959
11Czarbraga (Sent). May 1959
11Czarbraga (Rec'd.). May 1959
11Czarbraga (Rec'd.). June 1959
11Czarbraga (Sent). June 1959
11Czarbraga (Sent). July 1959
11Czarbraga (Rec'd.). July 1959
11Czarbraga (Sent). Aug 1959
11Czarbraga (Rec'd.). Aug 1959
11Czarbraga (Sent). Sep 1959
11Czarbraga (Rec'd.). Sep 1959
11Czarbraga (Sent). Oct 1959
11Czarbraga (Rec'd.). Oct 1959
11Czarbraga. Nov 1959
11Czarbraga. Dec 1959
11Fraconda. Jan 1959
11Fraconda. Feb 1959
11Fraconda. March 1959
11Main (Sent). Jan 1959
11Main (Rec'd.). Jan 1959
11Main (Rec'd.). Feb 1959
11Main (Sent). Feb 1959
11Main (Rec'd.). March 1959
11Main (Sent). March 1959
11Main (Sent). April 1959
11Main (Rec'd.). April 1959
11Main (Sent). May 1959
11Main (Rec'd.). May 1959
11Main (Sent). June 1959
11Main (Rec'd.). June 1959
11Main (Sent). July 1959
11Main (Rec'd.). July 1959
12Main (Rec'd.). Aug 1959
12Main (Sent). Aug 1959
12Main (Sent). Sep 1959
12Main (Rec'd.). Sep 1959
12Main (Sent). Oct 1959
12Main (Rec'd.). Oct 1959
12Main (Rec'd.). Nov 1959
12Main (Sent). Nov 1959
12Main (Sent). Dec 1959
12Main (Rec'd.). Dec 1959
12Misc. Cables. Jan 1959
12Saner (Rome). 1959
12Cattle. Jan 1960
12Cattle. Feb 1960
12Cattle. April 1960
12Cattle. May 1960
12Cattle. June 1960
12Cattle. July 1960
12Cattle. Aug 1960
12Czarbraga (Rec'd.). Jan 1960
12Czarbraga (Sent). Jan 1960
12Czarbraga (Sent). Feb 1960
12Czarbraga (Rec'd.). Feb 1960
12Czarbraga (Rec'd.). March 1960
12Czarbraga (Sent). March 1960
12Czarbraga (Sent). April 1960
12Czarbraga (Rec'd.). April 1960
12Czarbraga (Rec'd.). May 1960
12Czarbraga (Sent). May 1960
12Czarbraga (Sent). June 1930
12Czarbraga (Rec'd.). June 1960
12Czarbraga (Rec'd.). July 1960
12Czarbraga (Sent). July 1960
12Czarbraga (Rec'd.). Aug 1960
12Jilion (Paris). Dec 1960
12Main (Sent). Jan 1960
12Main (Rec'd.). Jan 1960
12Main (Sent). Feb 1960
12Main (Rec'd.). Feb 1960
12Main (Sent). March 1960
12Main (Rec'd.). March 1960
12Main (Sent). April 1960
12Main (Rec'd.). April 1960
13Main (Rec'd.). May 1960
13Main (Sent). May 1960
13Main (Sent). June 1960
13Main (Rec'd.). June 1960
13Main (Rec'd.). July 1960
13Main (Sent). July 1960
13Main (Sent). August 1960
13Main (Rec'd.). August 1960
13Main (Sent). September 1960
13Main (Rec'd.). September 1960
13Misc. Cables. Jan 1960
13Misc. Cables. Feb 1960
13Misc. Cables. March 1960
13Misc. Cables. May 1960
13Misc. Cables. June 1960
13Misc. Cables. July 1960
13Misc. Cables. Aug 1960
13Misc. Cables. Sep 1960
13Misc. Cables. Oct 1960
13Misc. Cables. Dec 1960
13Aurelio Portuondo. 1960
13Arturo Sterling. 1960
13Dr. A. Manas, India. 1960
13Misc. Jan Dec 1961
13Aurelio Portuondo. 1961
13Jilion (Paris). 1961
13Arturo Sterling, Manila. 1961
13Mr. M. Szabo, Geneva. 1961
Series 55: Cash Department. Crop loan records 1913-1915; 1927-1955
1.25 linear feet (3 boxes)
Series 55 contains records related to bank loans for Cuban sugar companies. Most of this series originated in the Cash (or Cashier's) Dept. of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company. Records prior to the 1930, however, indicate the company's treasurer as the source.
In the 1930s, financing the annual sugar harvest became a complicated procedure. Since few, if any, mills had the necessary funds to begin and sustain production, short-term loans had to be secured to cover expenses. To receive loans the mills were obligated to provide the banks with "identity certificates" equivalent to the amount borrowed, along with warehouse receipts showing where the sugar was stored. Before they could sell their output, the mills had to deliver the same certificates and receipts to the Cuban Sugar Institute. Since the banks possessed the certificates and receipts some arrangement had to be made so that sales transactions could be carried out. The banks would release the receipts and certificates against a trust receipt issued to the bank by the mill for the value of the sugar. When the sale of the sugar was completed, the mill, or its broker or agent, would pay off the loan.
The materials retained for this series include the loan files and warehouse receipts for the 1955 crop as well as earlier files related to loan agreements.
1Loan agreements. 1913-1915
1Bank correspondence. 1942-1947
1Bank of the Manhattan Co. 1931-1936
1Bank loans. 1928-1933
1Central Hanover. 1935-1936
1Cuba Cane acceptance agreements. 1928-1931
1Cuban Trading Company. 1941-1947
1Cuban Trading Company. 1945-1947
1Cuban Trading Company. 1951
1Cuban Trading Company, Drawings. 1951-1952
1Cuban Trading Company, Warehouse receipts. 1932
1First National Bank of Philadelphia. 1941
1Guaranty Trust Company. 1934-1935
1International Acceptance Bank, Inc., Variation margins. 1930-1931
1Manati Sugar Company -- sugar acceptance agreement. 1952
1Tuinucu Sugar Company--Finance Agreement Crop. 1951
2Crop loan records, B through Garcia. 1955
3Crop loan records, Gomez-Mena through W. 1955
Series 54: Cash Department. Securities files 1913-1956
1.7 linear feet (4 boxes)
Series 54 contains files related to the purchase, sale, and transfer of stocks and bonds by the Czarnikow-Rionda Company and its subsidiary and allied companies. These files were created by the Cash Department and appear to be very incomplete.
1A. 1925-1937
1B. 1926-1933
1C. 1928-1953
1CENDA (sugar stabilization bonds). 1931
1Cespedes Sugar Co.--Moratorium payments. 1943-1946
1Cuba Cane Sugar Corp.
1Cuba Cane Sugar Corp.--Securities statements.
1Cuba Cane Sugar Corp.--Stock subscription.
1Cuban Trading Co. 1929-1954
1Czarnikow-Rionda, stock record. 1941
1D. 1927-1934
1Maria L. Fernandez. 1942-1954
2Francisco Sugar Company. 1926-1933
2Francisco and Manati. Dividends. 1947-1953
2G. 1929-1932
2H.
2J. 1922-1929
2Lagemanns. 1931-1950
2Latin American Trading Company. 1939
2M. 1927-1935
2Manati Stocks. 1919
2W.J. McCahan Sugar Company Refining and Molasses Co. Stock Liquidation. 1944-48
2N. 1931-1935
2P. 1919-1938
3R. 1926-1934
3Regla Coal Company, Inc. Liquidation. 1938
3S. 1929-1931
3Schroder Banking Corporation. 1929-1950
3T. 1929-1930
3Tacajo Sugar Corporation. Liquidation. 1924
3Tacajo Sugar Corporation. 1921
3U. 1926-1937
3Washington Sugar Company. 1923
3Victor Zevallos Securities. 1939
3Z. 1926-1944
3Cuban Trading Company. Securities held in Trust.
3Security Changes. 1922-1930
3Security Changes. 1950-1956
4Security Changes. 1940-1949
4Security Changes. 1931-1939
4Security Receipts. 1915-1922
4"Report on examination of securities" and other titles by auditors. 1913-1917; 1919; 1935; 1943-1952; 1955
Series 62: Engineering Department. Records 1956-1959
0.7 linear feet (2 boxes)
Series 62 contains the files of James A. O'Hara of Czarnikow-Rionda's Engineering Dept. His files include reports and commentary on new sugar production technology, warehousing, industrial diversification, crop diversification, and related matters. Among the files are several on Cuba's nascent nuclear program in the 1950s.
1Allocation of [O'Hara's] productive working hours.
1Bag processing.
1Banana fiber.
1Becerra.
1Becerra--chemicals.
1Becerra--feed experiment.
1Bricks from bagasse.
1Cables.
1Castor beans.
1Central Cespedes.
1Chamber of Commerce of Cuba.
1Chufa.
1Clarification.
1Compaa Almacen Maritimo Internacional Matanzas.
1Corn growing.
1Dairy industry in Cuba.
1Desalting of sea water.
1Diversification--industrial.
1Duraset.
1Export Dept.
1Fertidyne.
1Firebrake.
1Francisco Sugar Company.
1Grass mat.
1Hawaiian and Cuban sugar industries.
1Herkules precast concrete foundation pile.
1Iron detecting device.
1Iron ore.
1IBM.
2IBM personnel.
2IBM preliminary reports.
2Incentive programs.
2Lubrication.
2Manati.
2Marabu.
2Memorandums received.
2Nuclear energy.
2Nuclear reactor--General.
2Nuclear reactor--weekly report.
2Outstanding material.
2Pith.
2Plastic.
2Radio.
2Ramie.
2Sea minerals.
2Sesame.
2Sesame--clipper cleaner.
2Soybeans.
2Uranium.
2U.S. Coconut Fiber Corporation.
Series 58: Export Department. Ledgers 1922-1928
3 linear feet (5 volumes)
Series 58 contains general ledgers of the Export Department.
1General ledger #6. 1922-1924
2General ledger #7. 1924-1925
3General ledger #8. 1925-1926
4General ledger #9. 1927
5General ledger #10. 1928
Series 35: Export Department. Records 1945-1950; 1955-1958
0.6 linear feet (2 boxes)
Series 35 contains correspondence of the Export Department. The earlier records in the series, 1945-1950, document the company's difficulties in securing provisions in the post-war economy. The later records provide a cursory examination of the department's operations.
Series 37: Insurance Department. Claims 1955-158960
2.5 linear feet (6 boxes)
This series contains insurance claims issued by the Czarnikow-Rionda Company's Insurance Department. The Insurance Dept. served all of Czarnikow-Rionda's subsidiaries and affiliates as well as the company itself.
The file began in April, 1954, and each claim was numbered sequentially C-1, C-2, etc. Most of the claims for 1954 were for maritime losses. This type of insurance claim was not filed in the series after 1955. Only claims emanating from the Cuban "house estates" or for insured sugars held by "client estates" have been archived. Claims issued by the New York office and the company's molasses operations in Texas have not been retained. Also removed from the series were claims by the sugar estates resulting from acts of nature, maritime accidents, minor accidental fires, deaths of cattle, and automobile accidents.
The remaining files pertain to losses incurred at the Cuban mills as a result of sabotage, vandalism, insurrection, negligence, or disrepair. Also included are claims for sugars lost in several major mill fires. Cane destroyed in field fires was not protected regardless of the cause. Claims involving cane fires were filed only when there was a loss of other insured property. Such a claim was retained in this series if cause could be attributed to arson.
The first file in this series is claim C-136 dated February 8, 1955. Few claims for 1955 and 1956 were retained. The number of claims increased significantly in 1957, but a dramatic increase came in 1958. Most of the 1958 claims were the result of insurrection and civil unrest. The last claim in this series was filed in December 1958. Correspondence related to existing claims continued into 1960.
There were no file numbers missing in the original accession, and the original accession ended with C-452.
1Tuinucu Explosion -- C136 (Claim #136). 2/8/1955
1Francisco (Elia Division) Loco. derailed -- C138. 2/10/1955
1Francisco Loco derailed -- C145. 2/2/1955
1Manati Fire (railroad crossties) -- C159. 8/29/1955
1Manati Fire (railroad crossties) -- C160. 8/31/1955
1Manati Damage to Circus Nelson coaches and injury to performer -- C170. March, 1956
1Manati Collision, derailment -- C196-C212. January, 1957
1Manati Damage to telephone lines -- C213. 12/3/1956
1Manati Damage to telephone lines -- C215. 12/8/1956
1Manati Damage to telephone lines -- C216. 12/28/1956
1Manati Damage to telephone lines -- C217. 12/29/1956
1Manati Damage to telephone lines -- C219. 2/2/1957
1Manati Collision, derailment -- C220a-j. Feb. 1957
1Elia Derailment Loco #6 -- C221. 2/21/1957
1Francisco Derailment Loco #48 and 3 cane cars -- C225. 2/5/1957
1Manati Collision, derailments and overturns -- C226a-v. 2/12/1957-3/9/1957
1Manati Derailments, overturns -- C227a-g. 3/18-4/1/1957
1Elia Collision track car -- C228. 4/13/1957
1Manati Derailments, overturns -- C231a-j. 4/3-13/1957
1Manati Derailments, overturns -- C233a-g. 4/16-29/1957
2CRCo. Central Resolucion, Fire -- C234. 5/19/1957
2CRCo. Central Resolucion, Fire -- C235. 5/19/1957
2Manati Derailment, overturns -- C236a-q. 5/1/1957
2Manati Derailment of cane car -- C237. 1/27/1957
2Manati Fire, RR bridge on Tunas line -- C238.
2Manati Derailment cane cars -- C241. 4/15/1957
2Manati Derailment flat cars -- C243. 6/22/1957
2Manati Collision weed burner and box cars -- C245. 6/19/1957
2Manati Damage to tandems -- C251.
2Francisco Culvert on main line to dock -- C252. 7/26/1957
2Manati Tarpaulin damaged by fire -- C253. 8/1/1957
2Manati Telephone lines cut -- C254. 8/16/1957
2Manati Collision flat car -- C255. 8/22/1957
2Manati Collision tank cars -- C256. 8/24/1957
2Francisco Derailment flat car loaded with sugar -- C257. 8/31/1957
2Manati Section house and contents at Colonia Aita destroyed by fire -- C259.
2Manati Derailment of passenger car -- C260. 9/2/1957
2Manati Derailment of passenger car -- C261. 9/29/1957
2Manati Water line to batey damaged, sabotage -- C264.
2Manati Derailment of tank car -- C266. 10/6/1957
2Manati Derailment of box car -- C267. 10/29/1957
2Manati Derailment of tank cars -- C268. 10/28/1957
3Cespedes pump shed destroyed by fire -- C269. 11/28/1957
3Manati Sabotage telephone lines -- C272. 11/27/1957
3Manati Derailment of flat car -- C274. 12/18/1957
3Manati Derailment of Loco. # 4 -- C275. 12/28/1957
3CRCo. Boqueron fire, (Belona sugar losses) -- no #. 1/1/1958
3Manati Derailments/overturns -- C276a-b.
3Manati Derailments/overturns -- C278a-e. 1/1/1958
3Manati Derailments -- C279a-e. 1/1/1958
3Manati Derailment of cane car -- C280. 1/22/1958
3Manati Derailments -- C281a-e. 1/1/1958
3Manati Derailments -- C282a-b. 1/1/1958
3Manati Telephone lines cut -- C288. 2/3/1958
3Manati Derailments -- C289a-d. 2/1/1958
3Cespedes Bridges destroyed by sabotage -- C290. 2/18/1958
3Cespedes sabotage of bridge -- C290a.
3Manati Derailments -- C291a-c.
3Manati Derailments -- C292a-g.
3Manati Derailments -- C294u,v.
3Manati Derailments -- C295a-c.
3Elia Fire at warehouses -- C297.
3Manati Derailments -- C299a-e.
3Manati Fire telephone pole -- C300. 3/15/1958
3Manati Sabotage telephone line -- C305. 3/26/1958
4Manati culvert destroyed by fire -- C306. 4/5/1958
4Manati Derailments -- C308a-I. 3/1/1958
4CRCo. Gomez-Mena (Central Resolucion) -- C309.
4Manati Derailments -- C310a-f.
4Manati Derailments -- C313a-c. 4/1/1958
4Manati Box car damage to roof -- C314. 3/16/1958
4Manati Derailment of 4 cane cars and loco -- C315.
4Manati Derailments -- C317a-c. 4/1/1958
4Francisco Bridge fire -- C320. 4/10/1958
4Manati Derailments/overturns -- C322a-c.
4Manati Sabotage to telephone lines -- C323. 5/3/1958
4Becerra Motor burned -- C324. 5/3/1958
4Manati Derailments -- C325a-c. 5/1/1958
4Manati Derailment flat car -- C331. 6/11/1958
4Cespedes sabotage, barracks destroyed -- C339.
4Manati Derailment gas car -- C343.
4Tuinucu Sugar loss (strikes, riots) -- C351.
4Elia Bridge fire, Tana River -- C357. 10/15/1958
4Francisco Bridge fire -- C360. 10/14/1958
4Manati telephone posts destroyed -- C362. 9/27/1958
4Manati bridge damaged -- C363.
4Francisco bridge destroyed -- C365. 10/18/1958
4Francisco bridge/culvert burned -- C366. 10/19/1958
4Francisco automobile track car destroyed -- C367. 10/15/1958
4Francisco Track auto #3 burned -- C370. 10/22/1958
4Manati Sabotage at La Guria and El Jobo -- C371.
4Manati Track car damaged (sabotage) -- C373.
4Manati Track car #1 damaged (sabotage) -- C374. 10/14/1958
4Manati Telephone lines damaged -- C375. 10/4/1958
4Manati Passenger gas car #155 damaged -- C376. 10/14/1958
5Francisco Culvert destroyed by fire -- C378. 11/2/1958
5Elia Wooden bridge burned -- C379. 11/3/1958
5Francisco Wooden RR culvert destroyed -- C380. 11/5/1958
5Francisco Wooden bridge damaged by fire -- C381. 11/6/1958
5Francisco Wooden RR culvert damaged -- C382. 11/6/1958
5Elia Bridge over Tana R. damaged -- C383. 11/10/1958
5Manati Gas track car destroyed by fire -- C384. 11/2/1958
5Manati RR bridge destroyed by fire -- C385. 11/3/1958
5Manati Telephone lines destroyed -- C386.
5Manati Telephone lines cut -- C387. 10/31/1958
5Manati Train damaged by fire -- C388. 10/31/1958
5Manati Sabotage: Track car and tools destroyed -- C389. 10/31/1958
5Manati Sabotage: Track car and tools destroyed -- C390.
5Francisco Sabotage: Pickup truck -- C391. 11/12/1958
5Manati Sabotage: Track car destroyed -- C392. 11/6/1958
5Manati Sabotage: Track car destroyed -- C393. 11/6/1958
5Manati Sabotage: Track car and tools destroyed -- C394. 11/7/1958
5Manati Sabotage: Equipment and tools -- C395. 11/5/1958
5Manati Sabotage: RR bridge -- C396.
5Francisco Sabotage: Pickup truck -- C397.
5Francisco Culvert damaged by fire -- C398. 11/15/1958
5Manati Sabotage: Telephone lines -- C399. 11/2/1958
5Manati Sabotage: Track cars -- C400. 11/13/1958
5Francisco Bridge destroyed by fire -- C402. 11/16/1958
5Manati Telephone lines cut -- C403. 11/11/1958
5Manati Sabotage: Track car destroyed -- C404. 11/13/1958
5Manati Theft of air compressor -- C405. 11/16/1958
5Manati Sabotage: Pipe line -- C406. 11/18/1958
5Manati Sabotage: Theft of truck -- C407. 11/17/1958
5Manati Sabotage: Water pumping station -- C408. 11/16/1958
5Manati Theft of tractor/livestock -- C409. 11/19/1958
5Francisco Tank cars and pier damaged -- C411. 12/2/1958
5Manati Theft of Willys station wagon -- C412. 11/20/1958
5Manati Store, plant, and warehouses damaged by gun fire -- C413.
5Elia culvert destroyed by fire -- C414. 12/4/1958
6Francisco Bridge damaged -- C415. 12/5/1958
6Francisco Bridges and culverts destroyed -- C416. 12/6/1958
6Francisco Bridges and culverts destroyed -- C417. 12/5/1958
6Manati Theft and damage -- C418. 11/25/1958
6Manati tractor seized by rebels -- C419. 12/2/1958
6Manati Sabotage: Deisel locomotive -- C421. 12/2/1958
6Manati Sabotage: Water tanks, telephone lines, etc. -- C422.
6Manati Sabotage: Box cars -- C423. 12/2/1958
6Manati Stone quarry equipment seized -- C424. 11/16/1958
6Manati Sabotage: Equipment destroyed -- C425. 12/1/1958
6Manati Sabotage: Air compressor seized -- C426.
6Manati Sabotage: Buildings damaged -- C428. 12/3/1958
6Manati Sabotage: Fire damage -- C429. 12/2/1958
6Manati Sabotage: 50 houses damaged -- C430. 12/2/1958
6Manati 80 sugar bags seized by rebels -- C431. 12/13/1958
6Manati 2 tarpaulins and typewriter seized -- C432. 12/17/1958
6Manati 24 sugar bags seized by rebels -- C433. 12/20/1958
6Manati Revolver and other equipment seized -- C434. 12/2/1958
6Manati Sabotage: Furniture, theatre damaged -- C435.
6Manati Air hammer, drill, and hose seized -- C436. 11/17/1958
6Manati Four automobiles seized -- C437.
6Francisco Water trough destroyed by fire -- C438.
6Becerra 2 trucks seized -- C439.
6Manati Sabotage: Push car destroyed -- C441.
6Manati Radio seized -- C443.
6Manati Telephone lines and apparatus damaged -- C444.
6Tuinucu Barracks at Colonia Emilio damaged -- C446.
6Tuinucu Building at colonia destroyed -- C450. 11/25/1958
6Tuinucu Sabotage of bridge -- C451. 12/22/1958
6Manati Empty bags destroyed or damaged -- C452.
Series 36: Insurance Department. Records 1955-1958
1 linear foot (3 boxes)
The Insurance Dept. at the Czarnikow-Rionda Company was created in the mid 1950s and was responsible for insuring the employees, property, and assets of the company, its subsidiaries, and its affiliates. The records in this series relate solely to insurance matters at the house estates in Cuba. Included are minutes of the safety committees, reports on site inspections, and statistical reports on the ratios of man hours worked and arrobas of cane cut to the number of work related accidents at each mill. Some mention is made of damages incurred from insurrectionary activity, but this is documented more heavily in Series 37.
1Annual inspection trip. 1956
1Braga, George A.
1Becerra. 1956
1Cables sent. 1958
1Cables received. 1958
1Cespedes General.
1Cespedes Man hours worked. 1956-1957
1Cespedes Safety comitteee. 1956-1958
1Cuban decree #503 (Marine shipments).
1Elia Man hours worked. 1956-1958
1Elia Safety committee. 1956; 1958
1Fanjul, Harry. 1956-1958
1Ferrocarril de Tunas--Man hours worked. 1956-1958
1Francisco Accident insurance. 1956
1Francisco Man hours worked/Arrobas cane ground. 1956-1958
1Francisco Safety committee. 1956-1958
2Francisco Primadera (Wall board plant).
2Francisco-Elia Fire safety measures.
2Kohly. 1956-1957
2Malone, Michael J.P.
2Manati Claims not collected.
2Manati General.
2Manati Man hours worked/Arrobas cane ground. 1956-1958
2Manati Safety committee. 1956-1958
2Manati Workmen's compensation accident case. 1955
2Manati Workmen's compensation payroll. 1956-1958
2Neidlinger, C.R.
2ONRI tax, Cuba. 1957
3Rionda Group Accident prevention talks. 1958
3Rionda Group End of grinding season accident cases. 1956
3Rionda Group Fire hoses, etc.
3Rionda Group Guards. 1957
3Rionda Group Liverpool and London and Globe Insurance/Workmen's compensation dept. visit to Rionda estates. 1957
3Rionda Group New cultivation accidents. 1957
3Rionda Group Rate adjustment. 1957
3Rionda Group Responsibility of management. 1957
3Rionda Group Riot and civil commotion rate increases. 1957
3Rionda Group Safety committees. 1956-1957
3Rionda Group Use and occupancy insurance. 1957
3Rionda Group Workmen's compensation. 1956-1958
3Rionda Group Workmen's compensation accident case. 1957
3Rionda Group Workmen's compensation loss ratio experience sheets. 1957
3Tuinucu General.
3Tuinucu Man hours worked, Arrobas cane ground. 1956-1958
3Tuinucu La Vega--Man hours worked/Arrobas ground. 1956-1958
3Tuinucu Safety committee. 1956
Series 39: Invoice Department. Contracts 1933-1951
3 linear feet (20 volumes)
Series 39 contains contracts for the purchase or sale of raw sugars. Contracts for sugars purchased through the company's Cuban subsidiaries, the Cuban Trading Company and the Latin American Trading Company, are not found here but in Series 75. Purchase contracts in series 39 originated with other brokers and are usually for Philippine and Puerto Rican sugars. The sales contracts are for sugars sold by Czarnikow-Rionda to other brokers or to refiners. Letters and cables regarding the transactions often accompany the contracts. The volume numbers are the original numbers and begin with volume 39. F.O.B. contracts were suspended during World War II.
39Contracts. 7/13/1933-2/1/1935
40Contracts. 7/4/1935-12/27/1935
41Contracts. 1/3/1936-7/16/1936
42Contracts. 7/23/1936-1/11/1937
43Contracts. 1/5/1937-12/1/1937
44Contracts. 12/1/1937-5/6/1938
45Contracts. 5/5/1938-3/18/1939
46Contracts. 3/3/1939-9/18/1939
47Contracts. 9/20/1939-4/16/1940
48Contracts. 4/16/1940-2/14/1941
49Contracts. 2/26/1941-2/24/1942
_Exchange Letters. 6/8/1942-5/15/1944
_Contracts. 7/22/1946-7/29/1946
50a Contracts. 7/11/1947-1/14/1948
51Contracts. 1/13/1948-10/6/1948
52Contracts. 0/8/1948-4/29/1949
53Contracts. 5/2/1949-12/7/1949
54Contracts. 6/9/1949-3/22/1950
55Contracts. 3/23/1950-12/4/1950
56Contracts. 10/2/1950-7/24/1951
57Contracts. 7/25/1951-12/12/1951
Series 80: Invoice Department. Invoices 1902-1909
0.5 linear feet (4 volumes)
Series 80 contains copy books of invoices issued by the Czarnikow, MacDougall and Company. The invoice books contain records of commodities sold to other commission houses as well as refiners. The books are indexed by the names of the ships carrying the consigned cargoes. The invoice books show the company trading in coffee as well as sugar in the early years.
1Invoices. 1902-1903
2Invoices. 1903-1904
3Invoices. 1904-1905
4Invoices. 1908-1909
Series 75: Invoice Department. NABUC purchases 1936-1942; 1947-1952
3 linear feet (22 volumes)
Series 75 consists of contract books containing a record of the sale of Cuban sugars by the Cuban Trading Company and the Latin American Trading Company to the Czarnikow-Rionda Company. (NABUC is Cuban spelled backwards and was a code term for the Cuban Trading Company.) Each volume contains an index linking each contract to a sugar mill or another purchasing agent and another index linking each contract to either the United States or foreign quota. There are actually two contracts for each transaction. The first contract, between the mill and the Cuban Trading Company or the Latin American Trading Company, gives the brand mark, price, number of bags and exit port for the purchased sugar. The second contract, between one of the two companies and Czarnikow-Rionda, contains essentially the same information. Cable messages related to a contract are sometimes attached to the contracts. F.O.B. contracts were suspended during World War II hence the gap in the series.
1Contract book. 4/1/1936-12/30/1936
2Contract book. 12/30/1936-4/5/1937
3Contract book. 4/6/1937-1/12/1938
4Contract book. 12/13/1937-7/26/1938
5Contract book. 7/26/1938-12/30/1938
6Contract book. 12/17/1938-6/5/1939
7Contract book. 6/6/1939-12/29/1939
8Contract book. 1/3/1940-5/23/1940
9Contract book. 5/29/1940-1/21/1941
10Contract book. 1/8/1941-4/30/1941
11Contract book. 7/14/1947-3/19/1948
12Contract book. 3/17/1948-6/18/1948
13Contract book. 6/18/1948-8/26/1948
14Contract book. 6/28/1948-5/16/1949
15Contract book. 9/1/1948-1/24/1949
16Contract book. 4/27/1949-1/13/1950
17Contract book. 5/17/1949-1/13/1950
18Contract book. 1/3/1950-4/3/1950
19Contract book. 4/12/1950-7/6/1950
20Contract book. 7/6/1950-12/15/1950
21Contract book. 12/15/1950-5/7/1951
22Contract book. 5/24/1951-2/28/1952
Series 52: Invoice Department. Sugar and coffee receipts 1899-1911
7 volumes
Series 52 contains copies of records documenting cargoes received by Czarnikow, MacDougall and Company and the Czarnikow-Rionda Company.
Volume 1 in this series is marked Java Accounts 2 and contains a record of sugar shipments received from Java, Mauritius, Peru and Egypt. The remaining volumes are weight books with copies of weighing receipts. The weight books show that the company dealt in coffee as well as sugar in its early years.
1Java Accounts 2. 1899-1906
2Weights. 1903-1904
3Weights. 1904-1906
4Weights. 1906-1907
5Weights. 1907-1909
6Weights. 1909-1910
7Weights. 1910-1911
Series 41: Molasses Department. Records 1949-1970
6.25 linear feet (15 boxes)
Series 41 documents the activities of Czarnikow-Rionda's Molasses Department and contains correspondence, memoranda, and records of molasses sales. The files are arranged by crop year and then alphabetically. Records related to several lawsuits and court cases, including an investigation by the Federal Trade Commission into unfair trade practices, are evident. The legal files shed light on conditions in the molasses trade and appear at the end of the series.
Included in the files for 1953 are several folders unrelated to the molasses trade. Particularly noteworthy is the file pertaining to problems in the disposition of Cuba's sugar crop and a file on Cuba's railroads. There are also files on the Cespedes Sugar Company. These types of records do not appear elsewhere in the series.
The production of both invert and blackstrap molasses was an important part of the cane sugar industry. Czarnikow-Rionda and its house estates participated in the manufacture and sale of molasses throughout their histories. Around 1950, however, a separate Molasses Dept. was established. This coincides with a joint venture between J. H. Leftwich of Mobile, Alabama, and Czarnikow-Rionda to sell molasses to distributors and users in the Gulf States area. In 1954, the two companies created the Molasses Trading Company with Czarnikow-Rionda owning two-thirds of the stock. The Molasses Trading Company was headquartered in Corpus Christi, Texas, where it maintained a molasses storage facility. After Czarnikow-Rionda sold its name and sugar interests to C. Brewer and Co., Ltd., in 1969, the Molasses Dept. continued its operations as part of Braga Brothers, Inc.
1Molasses, Liquidation. 1949
1Molasses. 1950
1Molasses, J H Leftwich, Agreement. 1952
1Molasses, J H Leftwich, Shipments (2 folders). 1951-1952
1Caonas. 1953
1Central Aguirre (Puerto Rico). 1953
1Central States Products Corporation. 1953
1Cespedes Sugar Company. 1953
1Cespedes Sugar Company, Kenat. 1953
1Cespedes Sugar Company, Quota and Sales.
1Cespedes Sugar Company, Value of Stock. 1953
1Commercial Molasses Corporation. 1953
1Commercial Solvents Corporation. 1953
1Comparative Data. 1951-1953
1Cuban Railroads. 1953
2Cuban Trading Company. 1953
2Cuban Trading Company, Employee Retirement Plan.
2Disposal Cuban Crop. 1953
2Instituto Cubano De Estabilizacin de Azucar. 1953
2Inter-Office Memorandums. 1953
2J H Leftwich and Company, Received (Folder A). 1953
2J H Leftwich and Company (Folder B). 1953
2Molasses Leftwich Letters, Re: Shipments. 1953
3Molasses General Correspondence. 1953
3Molasses Inventory. 1953
3Molasses Operations. 1953
3Molasses. P and L Statements. 1953
3Molasses Statements and Reports. 1953
3Molasses Market Reports. 1953
3New Projects. 1953
3Viscoba. 1953
3Profit and Loss. 1955
3Molasses Profit and Loss. Selling Commissions. 1953-1954
3Molasses. Profit and Loss. 1954
3Selling Commissions, Molasses. 1954
3Statements. 1954
4Molasses Trading Co. Weekly Sales Summaries. 1955
4Molasses Trading Co. Weekly Sales Summaries. 1956
4Molasses. Weekly Sales and Inventory. 1956
4Molasses. Operational Policy.
4Molasses. Profit and Loss. 1957
4Molasses. General. 1957
4Molasses. Profit and Loss. 1957
4Molasses Trading Company. Chart Of Accounts. 1957
4Molasses Trading Company. Financial Reports. 1957
4J.H. Leftwich and Co. Weekly shipments Reports. 1957
4Monthly Statements and Liquidations. 1957
5Monthly Statements and Liquidations. July-August 1957
5Monthly Statements and Liquidations. April-May 1957
5Monthly Statements and Liquidations. January-March 1957
5Molasses General. 1958
5Molasses. Profit and Loss. 1958
5Molasses. Profit and Loss. 1958
5Molasses Trading Co. Financial Reports. 1958
5Molasses Department. Cuban Tradin Co. (2 folders). 1958
6Molasses Department. M.J.P. Malone. 1958
6Financial Information: J.H. Leftwich and Co., Inc.
6Open Sales Contracts as at 12/31/57. Statement of income First Quarter 1956. Statement of Income (Nebraska City) 1/1-6/30 1956. Statememt of Income 1/1-3/31 1957. 1956-1957
6Molasses Trading Co. Weekly Sales Reports. January/December 1958
6Molasses Department. Estado de Produccion. Zafia Instituto Cubano de Estabilizacion del Azucar. 1958
6Molasses Department. Resumen de Mieles Finales. Invertidas y siropas Invertidas Embarcados desde Enero a Diciembre 31. 1958
6Molasses Department. zafra. Mieles Invertidas. 1958
6Molasses Department. zafra. Mieles Invertidas. 1958
6Molasses Department. Cuban Trading Company. January-August 1959
6Molasses Department. Cuban Trading Company. August-December 1959
6Molasses Department. Dominican Republic. 1959
6Molasses Department. Instituto Cubano de Estabilizacion Del Azucar. 1959
7Molasses Department. Correspondence with M.J.P. Malone. 1959
7Molasses Department. Memoranda. 1959
7J.H. Leftwich and Company. Weekly Shipments Reports. 1959
7Molasses. Profit and Loss Estimates. 1959
7Molasses. Profit and Loss Books. 1959
7Molasses Trading Company. Weekly Sales Summaries. 1959
7Molasses Trading Co. Financial Reports. 1959
7Molasses Trading Co. Monthly Statements and Liquidation (Folder A). July-December 1959
7Molasses Trading Co. Monthly Statements and Liquidation (Folder B). 1959
7Molasses DePartment. Estado de Exportacion de Mieles. Instituto Cubana de Estabilizacion del Azucar. Zafra. 1958
8J.H. Leftwich. Statements and Liquidations (Folder A). January-June 1959
8J.H. Leftwich. Statements and Liquidations (Folder B). January-June 1959
8J.H. Leftwich. Statements and Liquidations (Folder A). July-December 1959
8J.H. Leftwich. Statements and Liquidations (Folder B). July-December 1959
8Instituto Cubano de Estabilizacion del Azucar. 1959
8J.H. Leftwich and Co. Statements, Liquidations, Sales Reports. July-December 1960
8J.H. Leftwich and Co. Statements, Liquidations, Sales Reports. January-June 1960
9Molasses Trading Co. Monthly Financial Statements (Folder A). January-June 1960
9Molasses Trading Co. Monthly Financial Statements (Folder B). January-June 1960
9Molasses Trading Co. Monthly Financial Statements (Folder A). July-December 1960
9Molasses Trading Co. Monthly Financial Statements (Folder B). July-December 1960
9J.H. Leftwich and Company. Statements, Liquidations, sales reports. January-June 1961
9J.H. Leftwich and Company. Statements, Liquidations, sales reports. July-December 1961
9J.H. Leftwich and Company. Inventory Shrinkage. 1/1/58-5/20/61
9Molasses Trading Company. Weekly Shipment Reports. January-June 1961
9Molasses Trading Company. Weekly Shipment Reports. July-December 1961
9Cuba. Miscellaneous News; New Policy. 1961
9Cuban Trading Co.
10Dominican Republic. Azucarera Haina. 1961
10Domestic and World Market Reprts. 1961
10Florida. Osceola Farms Company. 1961
10Florida. Sugarcane Growers Cooperative of Florida. 1961
10Florida. Sugar Cane Producers. 1961
10ICEA Pending. 1960
10Inter-Office. "M.J.P. Malone". 1961
10Inter-Office. "A. Portuondo, Jr.". 1961
10Publicker.
10C. Brewer Puerto-Rico, Inc. 1962
10C. Czarnikow, Ltd. (London). 1962
10Dominican Republic. 1962
10Dominican Republic. 1962-63
10Dominican Republic. Comisiones De Importacion y Exportacion. "Comimexca". 1962
10Ecuador. Compania Nacional De Melazas, S.A. 1962
10Ecuador. Otto Carbo A. 1962
10Florida. Osceola-Ralston. 1962
10Florida. Osceola-Burgner. 1962
10Florida. Agreements. 1962
10Florida. Sugar Cane Growers Cooperative of Florida. 1962
10Florida.
11Florida. Sunshine State Molasses Company. 1962
11Florida. Sugar Cane Producers. 1962
11Florida Miscellaneous. 1962
11Florida. Osceola-U.S. Sugar-Sunshine Sugar. 1963
11Florida. Glades County Sugar Growers. 1962
11Florida. Talisman Sugar Corporation. 1962
11Florida. Osceola-Cargill. 1962
11Florida. Cargill-Early and Daniel. 1962
11Gerike, Bahr and Company. 1962
11India. 1962
11India. International Traders Corporation. "King Trader". 1962
11Inter-Office(M.J.P. Malone). 1962
11Inter-Office(A. Portuondo, Jr.). 1962
11J.H.L. and Company. Statements, Liquidations, Sales Reports. January-June 1962
11J.H.L. and Company. Statements, Liquidations, Sales Reports. July-December 1962
11Merck and Company, Inc. 1962
11Molasses- Invert (Hightest). 1962
11Peru. Alcoholes y Melazas Del Peru, S.A. 1962
11Peru. H.M. Beausire and Company, S.A. 1962
11Peru. Union Distribudora, S.A. "Udisa". 1962
11Publicker.
11Reports. Florida. 1962
11Reports. Cuba. 1962
11Weekly and Monthly Inventory reports. Molasses. 1962
11C. Czarnikow, Ltd. 1964
12Comisiones de Impotacion y Expotacion. 1964
12Compania Nacional De Melazas, S.A. 1964
12Burgner Molasses Co.
12Central Molasses Company. 1964
12Gerike, Bahr and Company. 1964
12J.H. Leftwich and Co. Liquidations of Sales. 1964
12Inter-Office. M.J.P. Malone. 1964
12Jocolmo. 1964
12M.T. Company. Monthly Liquidation Statements (folder A). 1964
12M.T. Company. Monthly Liquidation Statements (folder B). 1964
12Okeelanta Sugar Refinery, Inc. 1964
12Osceola Farms Company. Sugar Grinding Reports. 1964
13Osceola Farm Co (Folder A). 1964
13Osceola Farm Co (Folder B). 1964
13Peru. Alcoholes y Melazas Del Peru, S.A (Folder A). 1964
13Peru. Alcoholes y Melazas Del Peru, S.A (Folder B). 1964
13Pfizer, Charles and Company, Inc. 1964
13Polish Commercial Counselor.
13Rionda, De Pass, Ltd. London, England. 1964
13Sugar Cane Growers Cooperation. 1964
13Sullivan and Cromwell. 1964
13C.P. Steuder and Company, Inc. 1964
13Talisman Sugar Company. 1964
13J.W. TaTem and Company. Santo Domingo- D.R. 1964
13U.S. Sugar Corporation. 1964
13Annual Molasses Report. 1967
13Bahamas Agricultural Industries, Ltd. 1969-70
13Big B Ranch (Florida). 1970
13Braga Brothers, Inc. Permanent File. 1970
13Florida. 1962-1966
14Hurricanne Celia. Losses, Policy SFA 84 y 283. 1970
14Inter-Office Memo. 1970
14Molasses Sales Reports. 1970
14Molasses Trading Company.Auditors Correspondence. 1968-1969
14Molasses Trading Co. New York. 1956-1970
14Molasses Trading Co. Minutes. 1962-1970
14Molasses Trading Co. Wilson Letter. Exhibits For Agreements. 1970
14Philippines. 1969
14Producers Grains. 1969-1970
14Profit and Loss Forecast. 1956-1969
14Profit and Loss Statements. 1963-1970
14Sullivan and Cromwell. 1961-1967
14Litigation files Federal Trade Commission. 1957
14Litigation files Federal Trade Commission. Papers Taken From J.H. Leftwich. 1957
15Litigation files Federal Trade Commission, Permanent file. 1959-1964
15Litigation files B.G. Mueller vs Molasses Trading Co. et al. 1956
15Litigation files Documents Gathered (folder 1).
15Litigation files Documents Gathered (folder 2).
15Litigation files Molasses Trading Co., Auditors Reports. 1955-1968
Series 42: Refined Sugar Department. Records 1942-1947
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
During World War II, restrictions on the importation of refined sugars (i.e., direct consumption sugars) were lifted in order to meet military and civilian needs. Czarnikow-Rionda imported Cuban refined sugars under the brand name King Kane. Most of that business was centered in the southern states, most notably Florida. The records in this series--cash statements, monthly delivery reports, and correspondence-- provide data on the amount of refined sugars sold by the company.
Series 47: Research Department records 1954-1962
2.5 linear feet (6 manuscript boxes and 1 flat box)
Series 47 contains records of the Research Dept. of the Czarnikow-Rionda Co. The department was headed by Miklos Szabo-Pelsoczi, a vice president in the company. The series is an excellent source on the Cuban sugar industry on the eve of the revolution and includes extensive cable communication related to government controls, pooling ventures, and market conditions. World market conditions are also discussed and analyzed, especially in the correspondence with C. Czarnikow, Ltd. for the years 1954-1955 and 1959-1960. (Other years are unavailable.) Monthly domestic (U.S.) market appraisals are included for 1955-1958. The series also contains large files on revisions of the U.S. Sugar Act and sugar quotas.
1Airform. 1955
1BARCA (Lobo) and Russia trip. 1954-1955
1Bulk Cables. 1954-1955
1Caribana Cables. 1955
1Clients' statements. 1957
1Clients Cables. 1955
1Comex Cables. 1955
1Correspondence. 1960-1962
1Cuba Cables. 1958-1959
2Cuba Cables.
2Cuba Export statistics. 1955-1956
2Cuba Molasses. 1955-1956
2Cuban mills commenced grinding. 1957-1958
2Cuban Trading Co., sugar position reports. 1954-1955
2C. Czarnikow, Ltd. 1954-1955
3C. Czarnikow, Ltd. 1959-1960
3Domestic market appraisals. 1955-1958; 1960
4Free World Market. 1954-1955
4Garcia Cables. 1955
4Goodwin, Rodney (C. Czarnikow, Ltd.). 1955-1960
4Hernandez plan. 1955
4House estates cables. 1955
4House estates Carry over crop figures. 1955
4House estates/clients. Sold and unsold positions. 1955-1956
4ICEA cables. 1955
4International Sugar Conference. 1956
4A. Johnson and Co., Inc. (ship brokers). 1956
4Journal of Commerce statements. 1955
4Memoranda. 1954-1960
4Miscellaneous domestic copies. 1955
4Pool sales. 1955
4Puerto Rico Comparative development. 1953-1957
4Raw sugar sales (not Cuban). 1955-1956
5Statistics Misc. 1954-1956
5Strikes. 1956
5Sugar Act Revision (4 folders). 1955
6Sugar Act. 1956
6Sugar quota USDA hearings. 1954; 1956-1957
6Sugar movement statistics. 1955-1958
6Supply, distribution, and receipts estimates. 1955
6"Survey of people's eating habits and knowledge of the caloric content of food" Prepared for Sugar Information. 1956
Series 48: Research Department. Research and reference files 1954-1962
2.1 linear feet (5 boxes)
The Research Department in the Czarnikow-Rionda Company kept data files on the annual sugar production and consumption of specific nations. Many of the country files were limited to reference information excerpted from trade journals and were discarded. Retained in this series are the country files that had information not readily available in published sources. These files contain cables, memoranda, and letters relative to the markets in those countries as well as information on legislation affecting the sugar trade. The series also contains the data from a world sugar survey conducted by the department in the 1950s and notes and manuscripts to several articles written by department staff.
All correspondence falls in the years 1955-1957. Additional reference information was added to some of the country files in the early 1960s. As might be expected the largest country file is that for Cuba. Also of interest are the folders on Japan, the French Union, Chile, and Peru.
Articles
1Cubazucar article. Nov. 1958
1"Effect of world prices of sugar on its international trade".
1"Stability and growth of the world's sugar economy".
Research data
1World sugar survey.
1Corrected descriptive sheets for world sugar survey.
1World sugar production survey drafts.
1World market data (notebook).
2Derived data (2 folders).
Country files
2Brazil. 1955-1962
2Brazil cables.
2Canada.
2Ceylon.
2Chile.
2Chile cables. 1956
2Chile cables. 1955
2China.
2Costa Rica.
3Cuba. 1956-1962
3Cuba. 1954
3Cuba cables. 1956-1957
3Cuba cables. 1955
3Cuba economic. 1955-1956
3Cuba I.C. bloc sales. 1961
3Cuba legal.
3Cuba molasses.
3Dominican Republic. 1955-1959
3Egypt.
3El Salvador.
3France.
3French Union and Morocco.
3French Union and Morocco cables.
4Germany, West.
4Germany cables.
4Honduras.
4India.
4Iran.
4Iran cables.
4Japan.
4Japan cables.
4Mexico.
4Pakistan.
4Peru.
4Phillipines.
5Puerto Rico. 1954-1962
5Taiwan.
5United Kingdom.
5United Kingdom cables.
5Uruguay.
5Uruguay cables.
5USSR.
5USSR cables.
5Venezuela.
5Venezuela cables.
Series 70: Reference files related to Cuban sugar production and legislation 1927-1960
6.7 linear feet (16 boxes)
Series 70 contains circulars, bulletins, reports and other published documents, from government and non-government sources, pertaining to the Cuban sugar industry. Many of the documents are copies of government decrees and laws. The series also includes data on sugar production, quota assignments, and rainfall. The documents were published by several agencies. The earliest documents are from the Cuban Laws in English series published by the H.L. Lewis Company. Copies of the Gaceta Oficial were also routinely sent to New York. Another important source of documents was the Asociacin Nacional de Hacendados de Cuba (ANHC). ANHC documents include the circulars sent to members of the association and miscellaneous reports. The latter includes ANHC resolutions, minutes, and decisions (laudos). Two government agencies, the Instituto Cubano de Estabilizacin del Azcar (ICEA) and the Corporacin Exportadora Nacional de Azcar (CENA), provided the remainder of the series.
Most of the documents in this series were sent to Czarnikow-Rionda from the Havana office of the Cuban Trading Company and were often accompanied by memoranda and newspaper clippings. The newspaper clippings and the Gacetas have been separated from other documents for preservation purposes and are stored in boxes identified in the contents list. Documents were also sent to the New York corporate office of the Francisco Sugar Company. These form a separate file in the series.
The first seven boxes contain documents from various sources arranged by year. A subject file of unknown provenance covering the years 1939-1960 follows and then the documents from the Francisco Sugar Company. The series concludes with ICEA documents on the cane molasses industry for the crops of 1941, 1942, 1945, 1946, and 1950. Other ICEA molasses documents can be found in Series 41.
1Files arranged by year. 1928-1936
2Files arranged by year. 1932-1938
3Files arranged by year. 1938-1944
4Files arranged by year. 1941-1955
5Files arranged by year. 1944-1959
6Files arranged by year. 1957-1959
7Files arranged by year. 1959-1960
7Average prices for sugar. 1943-1957
7Central Tinguaro case.
7Comparative crop estimate. 1939, 1945-1948
7Crop. 1941
7Crop. 1947
7Crop, Special quota sold to CCC for the British Ministry of Foods. 1949
7Distribution of US free quota. 1951
7Distibutions of crops. 1942-1951
8ICEA Assignments to US. 1947-1949
8ICEA Compensation funds. 1948
8ICEA [and ANHC], General (2 folders). 1947-1953
8ICEA [and ANHC], General (2 folders). 1957-1959
9ICEA General. 1959
9ICEA Quota. 1945
9ICEA Quota (3 folders). 1954-1956
9ICEA Statistics. 1957-1958
10ICEA Statistics. 1958-1959
11Rainfall. 1943-1948
11Rainfall. 1951, 1958
11Releases. 1952
11Shipments outside US. 1947-1949
11Sugars, shipped and assigned ( 3 folders). 1946-1947
12Gacetas and newspaper clippings pulled from series.
13Gacetas and newspaper clippings pulled from series.
14Francisco Sugar Company Absolute alcohol quotas. 1957
14Francisco Sugar Company Agrarian law. 1958
14Francisco Sugar Company Agreements by hacendados, colonos, and sugar workmen on sugar differentials. 1946-1951
14Francisco Sugar Company Alcohol Control Agency, Decree 902 and Resolution #1. 1944
14Francisco Sugar Company Bulk sugar shipments.
14Francisco Sugar Company Business profits.
14Francisco Sugar Company Collective work agreements for the Sugar Industry. 1944
14Francisco Sugar Company Colono cane liquidations.
14Francisco Sugar Company Cooperative Export Agency. 1929
14Francisco Sugar Company Currency stabilization. 1939-1959
14Francisco Sugar Company Customs duties exemptions.
14Francisco Sugar Company Deduction and payment of sugar industry union dues. 1954
14Francisco Sugar Company Emergency Tax Laws.
14Francisco Sugar Company Farm Leases.
14Francisco Sugar Company Fixing colonos' participation in proceeds from blackstrap molasses. 1946
14Francisco Sugar Company Income Tax Decrees.
14Francisco Sugar Company Industrial Stimulation Law. 1953-1956
14Francisco Sugar Company Leasing of Unproductive Landed Properties. 1943
15Francisco Sugar Company Minimum Wages. 1944
15Francisco Sugar Company Moratoriums. 1934-1944
15Francisco Sugar Company Retirement and Pension Funds.
15Francisco Sugar Company Sugar Stabilization Law. 1930
15Francisco Sugar Company Sugar Coordination Law. 1937-1954
15Francisco Sugar Company Sugar Warehousing. 1946
15Francisco Sugar Company Tax Laws (general).
15Francisco Sugar Company Tax Laws (general).
15Francisco Sugar Company Tax Reform Law. 1959
15Francisco Sugar Company Tax Reform Law. 1959
15Francisco Sugar Company Terminal and Agency fees on Blackstrap and Invert Molasses Decree. 1947, 1955
15Francisco Sugar Company Wage Rates, Salaries, Colonos Advances.
16ICEA--Molasses. 1941-1942; 1945-1946; 1951
Series 71: Sugar Trading Department. Records 1948-1959; 1963-1967
4.8 linear feet (12 boxes)
This series consists of three alphabetic/subject files from several vice presidents of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company's Sugar Trading Department. Each subject file composes a single subseries.
series71a Subseries 71a consists of files of Charles Mott and his successor, Joseph L. Fraites. There is lengthy correspondence between Czarnikow-Rionda and the Cuban Trading Company on matters related to shipping, market conditions, and potential areas for new business. Correspondence with C. Czarnikow, Ltd. deals primarily with the European sugar market for Cuban raws and the British market. Reports from S.H. Livaudais and Sons describe labor, industry, and market conditions in Louisiana. Also of interest are the records related to the post-war expansion of the sugar trade with Japan. Files related to the company's trade with clients in Chile and Peru are also present.
Subseries 71a covers the years 1948-1959, but correspondence for 1958 is missing. Included in Subseries 71a are files related to sugar production at the company's house estates (Manati Sugar Company, Tuinucu Sugar Company, Francisco Sugar Company, and the Cespedes Sugar Company.) Unique to 71a are several 1959 reports from the manager of the Cespedes Sugar Company related to government supervision of the central's labor force and other activities of the revolutionary government.
series71b Subseries 71b was originally organized into subject files for the years 1955, 1956, 1957, and 1959. (Again, files for 1958 are missing.) However, many of the folders marked 1955 contained correspondence from previous years. Presumably, the file was created in 1955 at the time Joseph Fraites succeeded Charles Mott as head of the department. The files have been rearranged as a single alpha/subject file covering the years 1948-1959. The subject matter of 71a and 71b are similar. Several files related to ICEA quotas for the company's house estates were added to subseries 71b.
The files in series71c Subseries 71c were created after the expropriation of Czarnikow-Rionda's Cuban properties in 1961 and provide a sketchy overview of the company's attempts to find alternative markets and suppliers. Several vice presidents and assistant vice presidents--most notably, Arturo Sterling, Dwight Massey, and Harvey Schwartz--created the files in the years 1963-1967. Of special note are letters related to the collapse of Czarnikow-Rionda's principal rival, Galban, Lobo, and Company, and Czarnikow-Rionda's eventual acquisition of Lobo's affiliate, Olavarria and Company.
Much of the subject matter documented in Series 71 is also covered in the records of Vice President Reed Clark, 1948-1958, in Series 61.
Subseries 71a
1A's. 1954-1955
1B's. 1948-1953
1Bagasse Utilization Report. 1946
1Belgium. 1948-1950
1Braga, B. (Cuba). 1949
1C's. 1948-1953
1Cespedes. 1959
1Ceylon. 1950
1Clark, Lucas, CTCo. 1948-1953
1Clients sold and unsold positions. 1959
1Ca General Cubana de Almacenes Pblicos. 1949-1953
1Cuba. 1948-1955
1Cuban Trading Co. 1948-1956
1C. Czarnikow, Ltd. 1948-1952
2C. Czarnikow, Ltd. 1953-1956
2Czarnikow (Montreal).
2European correspondence. 1948-1955
2F's. 1948-1952
2France. 1948-1950
2G's. 1950-1955
2Grinding Cespedes. 1959
2Grinding Francisco. 1959
2Grinding Tuinucu/La Vega. 1959
2H's. 1948-1951
2Haifa, Israel (Steel Bros. and Co.).
2I's. 1954-1955
2ICEA. 1950
2International Sugar Council. 1948-1950
2Italy. 1950
2Japan. 1949-1955
2A. Johnson and Co., Inc. 1952-1954
3S.H. Livaudais and Sons. 1948-1957
3M's. 1948-1953
3Manuel Rionda Memorial (insurance).
3Memos, Inter-office. 1953-1959
3Molasses. 1959
3N's. 1950-1955
3New York Sugar Trade Laboratory (annual reports). 1948-55
3Olavarria and Co. 1949-1952
3Palmer, L.H. (Czarnikow, Ltd. Montreal). 1952-1953
3Personnel lists by dept (CRCo and CTCo).
3Personnel salaries.
3Poland. 1950-1955
3Portuguese East Africa. 1950
3Puerto Rico. 1951-1953
3S's. 1950-1955
3San Miguel and Cia., Puerto Rico. 1953
3J. Henry Schroder Banking Corp. 1949-1954
3South America. 1948-1952
3Switzerland. 1950
3T's. 1954-1955
3Tangier. 1950-1954
3Tropical Commercial Co. (Tokyo). 1949
3United States Cuban Sugar Council.
3W's. 1950-1955
Subseries 71b
1American Sugar Refining Company. 1957
1Antwerp Exports. 1954
1Bagasse. 1956
1Bahamas. 1957
1Banco Cubano del Comercio.
1Bolivia. 1956
1Braga, George A. 1955
1Canary Islands. 1957
1Castano. 1957
1Cattle Feed. 1954-1957
1C. Czarnikow, Ltd. 1957
1C. Czarnikow, Ltd. 1954; 1956
1C. Czarnikow, Ltd. (Canada). 1955-1957
1Cespedes (Budget 1953). 1956-1957
1Chile. 1956-1957
1China. 1956
1Constancia (Uruguay). 1950-1957
2Contract Cuban Locals. 1955
2Costa Rica. 1956
2Cuba-General. 1957
2Cuban Atlantic Sugar Company. 1956
2Cuban Crop Production. 1956-1957
2Cuban Dominican Sugar. 1957
2Cuban Market. 1949
2Cuban Trading Company. 1953-1957
2Daichi Busan Kaisha, Ltd. (Japan).
2Far East. 1954
2Farr and Company. 1955-1957
2Fidelity Trading Co., Inc. 1955-1956
2Financo (Chile). 1957
2J. Fraites (Personal). 1956
2Fraites, Joseph (London file ). 1957
2France. 1955; 1957
2Francisco Sugar Company. 1955-1957
2Freight. 1957
2French Assignment. 1952-1954
2Garcia, Juan. 1955-1956
3German Business. 1950-1954
3German Tender. 1955
3Golodetz and Co.
3Gomez Mena. 1955; 1957
3Greece. 1955-1956
3Guantanamo Sugar Company. 1954-1957
3Havana Port Terminal.
3Hernandez, Octavio. 1955
3Hershey. 1957
3Honduras. 1957
3Miscellaneous.
3ICEA. 1955-1957
3Income from Various Cuban Clients. 1956
3India. 1954-1955
3Inquiries. 1950-1952; 1956
3Insurance. 1955-1956
3International Sugar Council. 1952-1956
3International Sugar Council. 1959
4International Weighers, Inc. 1957
4Japan. 1949-1957
4Japan Cotton and General Trading Co. Ltd. 1949-1951
4Jampan Report (Sklar-Barosso).
4Ledward, Bibby and Co., Inc. 1956
4Leval and Co. 1955
4S.H. Livaudais and Sons. 1954-1957
4Lobo. 1957
4Manati Sugar Co. 1955-1957
4Market Memos.
4Mexico. 1956
4Miscellaneous. 1955-1956
4Mitsubishi International Corporation. 1956
5Molasses. 1957
5National Sugar Refining Company. 1957
5Navieras de Navas, S.A.
5New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange-Sugar Committee. 1959
5New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange-Sugar Committee. Number 4 Contract and Other Matters. 1954-1957
5Nissho Co. (Japan). 1949-1956
5Olavarria and Company. 1956
5Pakistan. 1955-1956
5Paper Bags-Union Bag and Paper Cor. 1956
5Pepsi Cola. 1957
5Peru Sugars. 1949
5Philippines. 1956
5Plata Sugar Co. Contract Drafts. 1951
5Portugal. 1956
5Proforma Contracts. 1954-1955
5Promedio. 1955; 1957
6Puerto Rico. 1957
6Puerto Rico Land Authority.
6Raw Sugar Polarization.
6Refined Syrups.
6Refined Sugars. 1951-1955
6San Vicente, Central (Puerto Rico). 1955-1956
6Sane (See also Italy). 1955-1956
6Savannah Sugar Refining Co. 1956-1957
6Sea Train. 1956
6Soviet Union.
6Sucrest Sugar Division. 1957
6Sucro Chemistry. 1957
6Sugar Act of. 1948
6Sugar Act. 1957
6Sugar Based Soap. 1956
6Sugar Financing Agreement. 1956
6Sweden. 1956
6Syria. 1955-1956
6Tahiti Inquiry. 1955-1957
6Tate and Lyle. 1955
6Technical Evaluation-Sugars. 1954
6Time Charter. 1955
6Technical Evaluation-Sugars. 1954
6Time Charter. 1955
6Tuinucu. 1956-1957
6Turbinados. 1956
6United Nations Meetings. 1956
6Walle, Estanslao del. 1955; 1957
6Varsano/Paris. 1955-1956
6Venezuela. 1949-1954; 1957
6Vietnam, South. 1956
6West Indies Sugar Corp. 1957
6Winery-Sugars.
6World Wide Trade, Inc. 1947
7Addendum: ICEA Quotas--House estates. 1957-1959
Subseries 71c
1AMPSA (Lima, Peru). 1963
1Argentina.
1R.M. Beatson.
1Brewer Negotiations. 1964
1Colombia.
1Carlos B. Deschpalelles.
1Domestic Market Memos.
1DOPREXO.
1Ecuador.
1Florida production. 1965
1Market reports.
1Dwight Massey (personal). 1963-1964
1New York Sugar Trade Lab, Inc. 1963-1965
1Peru.
1Philippines.
1Puerto Rico. 1964
1Research Department Reports.
2Rionda, De Pass, market information.
2Santo Domingo.
2Harvey Schwartz. 1963-1964
2Arturo Sterling. 1963-1964
2Stowage plans. 1966
2Sugar samples for Australia.
2Trading Dept. Memos. 1965-1967
2Vessel cargo plans.
2Igor Yurevitch.
Series 73: Czarnikow-Rionda market newsletters 1919-1941; 1960-1966
0.8 linear feet (2 boxes)
Series 73 contains copies of market newsletters published by the Czarnikow-Rionda Company. The newsletter title and format changed over the years. For most of its existence, the newsletter was published weekly during the active market period. The series is very incomplete.
Series 89: Foreign Claims Settlement Commission records 1967
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
Series 89 contains the "Claims of Loss" filed with the Foreign Claims Settlement Commission of the United States Dept. of State by the Czarnikow-Rionda Company, the Manati Sugar Company, and the Francisco Sugar Company for losses suffered from the expropriation of their Cuban properties in the early 1960s. Each claim contains a detailed appraisal of the properties, photocopies of relevant legal documents, and information on production levels, expenses, and average earnings from sales and rents.
Series 78: Ledgers 1903-1908; 1922-1923
6 linear feet (9 volumes)
Series 78 contains the general ledgers of Czarnikow, MacDougall and Company for the years 1903-1908 and a complete set of sugar sales ledgers from the Czarnikow-Rionda Company for fiscal year 1922-1923.
1Ledger 8, Czarnikow, MacDougall. 1903
2Ledger 9, Czarnikow, MacDougall. 1904
3Ledger 10, Czarnikow, MacDougall. 1905
4Ledger 11, Czarnikow, MacDougall. 1906
5Ledger 12, Czarnikow, MacDougall. 1907
6Ledger 13, Czarnikow, MacDougall. 1908
7Refined sugars ledger. 1922-1923
8Consignment ledger. 1922-1923
9Exchange sugars ledger. 1922-1923
Series 57: Accountants' reports 1912-1955
0.6 linear feet (2 boxes)
Series 57 consists of audit reports prepared by the company's accountants. Whenever possible, balance sheets were retained for years that audit reports are missing, but there are still many gaps. Also included are consolidated monthly balance sheets for May 31, 1940 through November 30, 1941 for the Czarnikow-Rionda Company and the Latin American Trading Company and several pay roll reports for 1925 and 1926.
1Audit reports. 1916-1918
1Audit reports. 1920
1Audit reports. 1932
1Audit reports. 1934-1936
1Audit reports. 1938
1Audit reports. 1941-1952
1Balance sheets. 1912-1915
1Balance sheets. 1919
1Balance sheets. 1922
1Balance sheets. 1933
1Balance sheets. 1937
1Balance sheets. 1953-1955
2CRCo. and LATCo. consolidated balance sheets. 1940-1941
2Reconciliation of certain companies' accounts. 1931
2Pay rolls. 1925-1926
Record Group 4: Records of the Subsidiaries and Affiliated Companies of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company 1899-1968
122 linear feet (118 boxes, 211 volumes)
Record Group 4 of the Braga Brothers Collection contains the records of business firms associated with the Czarnikow-Rionda Company. The principal holdings in Record Group 4 are the records of the Francisco Sugar Company and the Manati Sugar Company. There are smaller holdings for thirteen additional companies, including several short-lived experimental ventures and minor auxiliary companies. Although most of the companies were based in Cuba, the records in this group originated primarily from the companies' New York offices. In addition, there are records of the W. J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company, a refinery in Philadelphia.
The Francisco Sugar Company was incorporated in New Jersey on February 20, 1899 and was the second of the Riondas' sugar factories. It was named after Francisco Rionda y Polledo who acquired the company's lands shortly before his death in 1898. The estate was situated in southeastern Camagey province in the area surrounding the coastal town of Guayabal. The company's mill ground its first cane in 1902. In 1921, the Francisco Sugar Company purchased the common stock of the Compaa Azucarera Elia which owned the Central Elia and lands adjacent to Francisco. In 1952, the Compaa Azucarera Elia was dissolved and management of the Elia passed to the Elia Division of the Francisco Sugar Company.
In addition to the two mills, warehouse facilities, and 117 miles of railroad, the company also owned and operated two cane farms and the Port of Guayabal. During World War II, the company set up an alcohol distillery, the Compaa Industrial Sevilla, which was later merged into the Francisco Sugar Company as the Sevilla Division. Other holdings included the "El Indio" cattle ranch and part ownership of a wallboard factory, the Compaa Cubana Primadera.
The Manati Sugar Company was incorporated in New York on April 30, 1912, and operated the Riondas' largest sugar factory, the Central Manat. The mill was located in the northwest corner of Oriente Province, but the company's vast land holdings--over 200,000 acres--extended into Camagey. Of those 200,000 acres, only 30,000 acres were under cultivation. In the 1950s, portions of the unused lands were sold to a joint venture undertaken by Manati and King Ranch of Texas. The two companies formed the Compaa Ganadera Becerra, which owned 40,000 acres of land and over 7,500 head of cattle.
Record Group 4 is divided into 3 subgroups and 47 series.
subgroup1 Subgroup 1: Francisco Sugar Company and Subsidiaries
series90 Series 90: Francisco Sugar Company. Minutes, 1899-1951; 1960-1967
series91 Series 91: Francisco Sugar Company. Records of the Secretary, 1952-1968
series92 Series 92: Francisco Sugar Company. Cash books, 1900-1959
series93 Series 93: Francisco Sugar Company. Journals, 1900-1959
series94 Series 94: Francisco Sugar Company. Ledgers, 1900-1921; 1926-1929; 1933-1959
series95 Series 95: Francisco Sugar Company. Financial records, 1899-1967
series96 Series 96: Francisco Sugar Company. Production reports and inventories, 1917-1960
series97 Series 97: Francisco Sugar Company. Subject files, 1948-1962
series98 Series 98: Francisco Sugar Company. Letterbooks, 1959-1966
series104 Series 104: Francisco Sugar Company. Alcohol records, 1958-1963
series83 Series 83: Francisco Sugar Company. Maps, charts and plans, circa 1915-1959
series99 Series 99: Elia Division (Compaa Azucarera Elia). Libros de Actas, 1915-1940; 1952
series100 Series 100: Elia Division (Compaa Azucarera Elia). Records, 1917-1931; 1945-1960
series101 Series 101: Elia Division (Compaa Azucarera Elia). Correspondence, 1955-1960
series103 Series 103: Sevilla Division (Compaa Industrial Sevilla). Minutes, 1943-1952
series105 Series 105: Compaa Cubana Primadera. Minutes, 1956-1960
series53 Series 53: Compaa Cubana Primadera. Records, 1957-1960
series107 Series 107: Compaa Ganadera El Indio. Records, 1953-1962
series109 Series 109: Compaa Maritima Guayabal. Records, 1903-1932; 1955-1960
series81 Series 81: Inversiones Agricolas Santa Isabel. Records, 1951-1960
series84 Series 84: Manuel A. Lage y Ca. Records, 1953-1959
subgroup2 Subgroup 2: Manat Sugar Company and the Compaa Ganadera Becerra
series85 Series 85: Manati Sugar Company. Minutes, 1912-1958; 1960-1968
series86 Series 86: Manati Sugar Company. Cash books, 1912-1960
series88 Series 88: Manati Sugar Company. Ledgers, 1912-1950
series102 Series 102: Manati Sugar Company. Journals, 1912-1964
series106 Series 106: Manati Sugar Company. Financial records, 1912-1968
series45 Series 45: Manati Sugar Company. Records, 1913-1968
series49 Series 49: Manati Sugar Company. Records of the Secretary, 1961-1968
series108 Series 108: Compaa Ganadera Becerra. Records, 1952-1967
subgroup3 Subgroup 3: Other Czarnikow-Rionda Subsidiaries and Affiliates
series79 Series 79: Bagasse Products Corporation (Celulosa Cubana). Records, 1926-1944
series64 Series 64: Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation. Records, 1916-1934
series65 Series 65: Cuba Commercial and Industrial Company (Central San Vicente). Ledgers, 1912-1915
series14 Series 14: Cuba Commercial and Industrial Company (Central San Vicente). Letterbooks of Placido Alonso, 1906-1918
series60 Series 60: Cuba Self-loading Cane Truck Corporation. Financial records, 1916-1940
series77 Series 77: Cuba Sugar Finance and Export Corporation. Records, 1921-1928
series21 Series 21: Cuban Trading Company. Balance sheets, 1917-1955
series72 Series 72: Czarnikow-Rionda Sugars Company, Inc. Refined Sugar Division. Records, 1966-1967
series46 Series 46: The Kenaf Corporation. Minutes, 1951-1962
Series 51: The Kenaf Corporation. Records, 1951-1963
series67 Series 67: The Kenaf Corporation. Financial records, 1951-1962
series68 Series 68: Latin-American Trading Company. Records, 1936-1941
series69 Series 69: W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company. Records of the Secretary, 1920-1944
Series 74: W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company. Records of the Vice-President, 1928-1945
series76 Series 76: W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company. Records, 1920-1946
series29 Series 29: The New Tuinuc Sugar Company, Inc. Records, 1921-1952
series44 Series 44: Red Rock of South America, Inc. Records, 1946-1953
series43 Series 43: Regla Coal Company. Records, 1911-1935
series40 Series 40: Regla Coal and Oil Company. Records, 1940-1959
subgrp
Subgroup 1: Francisco Sugar Company and Subsidiaries
Series 90: Francisco Sugar Company. Minutes 1899-1951; 1960-1967
2.7 linear feet (14 volumes and 1 box)
The official minutes of the Francisco Sugar Company are contained in 13 bound volumes and one loose-leaf binder. The series includes the minutes of each executive committee, board of directors, and stockholders meeting. The minutes for 1951 through 1959 are missing. Several of the volumes include subject indexes.
1Minutes. 3/1/1889-10/7/1908
2Minutes Board of Directors, stockholders. 10/14/1908-11/7/1918
2AMinutes Executive Committee. 10/20/1908-11/18/1926
3Minutes Board of Directors, stockholders. 12/15/1918-8/30/1922
4Minutes. 9/25/1922-10/13/1926
5Minutes. 10/13/1926-5/2/1929
6Minutes. 6/6/1929-12/10/1931
7Minutes. 12/10/1931-6/22/1936
8Minutes. 7/8/1936-11/8/1937
9Minutes. 12/6/1937-5/20/1940
10Minutes. 6/3/1940-5/18/1942
11Minutes. 6/1/1942-12/18/1944
12Minutes. 1/5/1945-2/5/1951
13Minutes (pp. 584-709). 1/4/1960-9/20/1967
1Indexes to volumes 2-7.
Series 91: Francisco Sugar Company. Records of the Secretary 1952-1968
2 linear feet (6 boxes)
Series 91 contains records of Jacob S. Levene, Secretary of the Francisco Sugar Company. Most of the records were generated after the Cuban government seized the company's Cuban properties. The series documents the company's response and it's eventual transformation. Included in the series are documents related to meetings of the stockholders and board of directors. Of special interest are Cuban tax forms for 1952-1959 and stockholder cards that indicate citizenship. Especially revealing are the letters from former Cuban employees in exile and in Cuba.
1Accounting matters (El Indio).
1Addresses.
1Annual Board Meeting. 1961-02-17
1Annual Meeting of Stockholders. 1961-02-08
1Annual Report Drafts Manati Sugar Co.
1Asociacion de Colonos de Cuba en el Exilio.
1Auditors.
1Bangor Punta Operations, Inc.
1Bankers Trust Co.
1Board of Directors Questionnaires.
1Board and Directors Meeting. 1968-06-03
1George A. Braga.
1B. Rionda Braga.
1Brown and Williamson (Invert Molasses).
1Building and Contents Insurance.
1Certificate of Inspection of Election.
1Clippings.
1Chase Manhattan.
1Chase Manhattan Misc.
1Directors, Board of.
1Documents for Board and Stockholder's Meetings.
1Educational Facilities.
1Election Letters to Directors, Officers, etc. and memos to Directors.
2Employees.
2Employees, Cuba.
2Exhibits for Minutes of 8/23/67.
2Fink, Harold.
2Group Life Insurance (Cuba and N.Y.).
2Invert Molasses Argentina.
2Malone, M.J.P.
2Maas, Arturo M.
2Manufacturers Hanover Trust Co. (Safe Deposit Box).
2Mestre, Octavio, Dr.
2Miller, Jr., William J.
2New Cuban Government tariff reforms and misc.
2Payroll Cuba.
2Peat. Marwick, Mitchell and Co.
2Pedemonte, Juan.
2Primadera.
2Production of Sugar. 1959-1962
2Quotas.
2Ramirez, Maxwell Y Leon.
3Rawson Drug and Sundry Co.
3Reforestation.
3Regular Board Meeting. 1961-06-14
3Regular Board Meeting.
3S.E.C. Delisting, correspondence, 10-K.
3Special Meeting of Board. 1963-02-01
3Special Meeting of Stockholder's. 1967-09-20
3Stockholder's inquiries. 1960
3Stockholder's List.
3Stockholder's meeting. 2/10/1960
3Sugar Company Securities Closing Prices.
3Sullivan and Cromwell.
3Superproduction.
3Taxes Cuba.
3Trans-Cuba Oil Company.
3U.S. Taxes.
3U.S. Treasury Securities.
3Vigil, Aquilino.
3Yurevitch, Igor.
4-5Stockholders citizenship cards. 1960
6Stock transfer sheets. 1963
6Stockholders lists. June 1967
6Stockholders lists. August 1967
Series 92: Francisco Sugar Company. Cash books 1900-1959
4 linear feet (10 volumes and 1 box)
Series 92 consists of a complete set of the Francisco Sugar Company's cash books. These volumes provide a general record of bank transactions on a day-to-day basis.
1Cash book #1. 1900-1905
2Cash book #2. 1905-1916
3Cash book #3. 1916-1921
4Cash book #4. 1921-1928
5Cash book #5. 1929-1937
6Cash book #6. 1937-1942
7Cash book #7. 1942-1946
8Cash book #8. 1946-1950
9Cash books #9 and 11. 1951-1956
1Cash book #10 (unbound). 1956-1959
Series 93: Francisco Sugar Company. Journals 1900-1959
4.5 linear feet (14 volumes)
1Journals. 1900-1906
2Journals. 1906-1913
3Journals. 1913-1918
4Journals. 1918-1922
5Journals. 1922-1925
6Journals. 1925-1928
7Journals. 1928-1932
8Journals. 1932-1935
9Journals. 1935-1938
10Journals. 1938-1940
11Journals. 1940-1944
12Journals. 1944-1949
13Journals. 1949-1953
14Journals. 1953-1959
Series 94: Francisco Sugar Company. Ledgers 1900-1921; 1926-1929; 1933-1959
4.5 linear feet (11 volumes)
1Ledgers. 1900-1903
2Ledgers. 1903-1908
3Ledgers. 1909-1916
4Ledgers. 1916-1921
6Ledgers. 1925-1929
8Ledgers. 1933-1937
9Ledgers. 1937-1940
10Ledgers. 1940-1944
11Ledgers. 1944-1948
12Ledgers. 1948-1952
13Ledgers. 1952-1959
Series 95: Francisco Sugar Company. Financial records 1899-1967
3.25 linear feet (5 boxes and 10 volumes)
This series is comprised of miscellaneous financial records of the Francisco Sugar Company and of the firm's various divisions and subdivisions. Also included are the company's published annual reports for 1920-1967.
Much of this series is related to corporate taxation. Also included are auditor's reports, rental and loan contracts, and the reorganization papers from the 1936 recuperation of the firm from court-appointed receivers. Documents from the late 1950s and early 1960s reveal the company's financial condition on the eve of the revolution and during the early years of revolutionary government control. Documents from the early and mid 1960s provide information regarding seized company assets and stockholders' and former colonos' claims against the revolutionary government.
1Accounting. Branch System and Discontinuence. 1950-1959
1Altamira (Finca). 1944
1Annual Meeting of Stockholders. (Incomplete Run). 1942-1957
1Annual Reports. (Incomplete Run). 1950-1967
1Annual Reports. 1940-1949
1Annual Reports. (Incomplete Run). 1928-1939
1Annual Reports. 1920-1927
1Armonia Lease to Lage y Compania. 1942
1Authorized Signatures. Cuba. 1957
1Authorized Signatures. New York Office. 1950-1964
2Borbollon (Finca). 1955-1960
2Budget. Francisco. 1960
2Cane Harvester Coroporation Capital Stock (Harvester Corporation). 1929
2La Caridad, San Joaquin and Loreto (to Elia). 1922-1953
2Las Casimbas. 1953-1955
2Certificate of Incorporation. Deed 642, Bond Issue (Elia). 1915
2La Charco Piedra (Finca). 1953-1957
2Colonia La Gloria. 1954-1959
2Colonia Jobo Dulce and Union.Purchase. 1960
2Colonia Macuto. Lease. 1950-1960
2Colonia Naranso. Rental Agreement. 1957-1966
2Former Colonos Claims.Letters for Tax (US) Purposes. 1965-1966
2Exchange of Identity.Certificates Confirmations. 1959
2Compania Maritima Guayabal, S.A. Budget. 1960
2Cuban Income Tax. 1951-1955
2Cuban Income Tax Returns. 1954
2Czarnikow-Rionda. Crop Season Agreement. 1960
2Deeds of Cancellation (7.5% Bonds). 1951
2La Deseada (Finca). 1953-1959
2Elia Division. Budget. 1960
2Finca Emma. 1953-1955
3Financial Statements. 1959-1960
3Financial Statements, etc. 1955-1958
3Impuestos sobre Utilidades (Income Tax). 1956-1960
3Liquidation of Company Assets. 1967-1968
3London Terminal Market. 1958
3New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange: Application for Corporation Privileges and Agreement. 1939-1964
3New York Stock Exchange. Committees on Stock List. Personal Income Tax Issue. 1956
3Primadera Stock Certificates. 1958-1960
3Rent Schedules. 1955
4Reorganization of Francisco Sugar Company and related Escritura. 1937
4Reorganization. Court Orders. 1933-1936
4Reorganization. Receivers' reports. 1936
4San Rafael Rental Agreement Purchase of Parcela de Terreno. 1949-1960
4Santa Isabel, S.A. Arrendamiento La Federal. 1944-1959
4Securities and Exchange Commission. Annual Report. 1959-1964
4Securities and Exchange Commission. Annual Report. 1950-1960
4Securities and Exchange Commission. Annual Report. 1958
4Securities and Exchange Commission. Annual Report. 1957
4Securities and Exchange Commission. Annual Report. 1956
4Securities and Exchange Commission. Annual Report. 1955
5Securities and Exchange Commission. Annual Report. 1954
5Securities and Exchange Commission. Annual Report. 1953
5Securities and Exchange Commission. Annual Report. 1952
5Securities and Exchange Commission. Annual Report. 1951
5Securities and Exchange Commission. Annual Report. 1950
5Securities and Exchange Commission. Form 8-K. 1960
5Securities and Exchange Commission. Form 8. 1936-1937
5Stock Certificates. 1960-1968
5Sugar Contracts (sampled). 1959-1960
5Transfer of 8% First Mortgage Gold Coupon Bonds. Documents. 1922
5Trust Company of Cuba.Loan Agreement. 1956
5Warehouse Construction, Elia y Guayabal. Bulk Loading Machinery Installations. 1958-1960
5Accountants' report. 1955-1967
1Stock ledger #2. 1899-1967
2Stock ledger #3. 1899-1967
3First mortgage twenty year 7 1/2% sinking fund gold bonds, due May 15. 1942
4Reorganization. 1936
5Auditor's reports. 1910-1920
6Auditor's reports. 1921-1928
7Auditor's reports. 1929-1939
8Auditor's reports. 1940-1945
9Auditor's reports. 1946-1950
10Auditor's reports. 1951-1956
Series 96: Francisco Sugar Company. Production reports and inventories 1917-1960
1 linear foot (2 boxes and 5 volumes)
Series 96 consists of reports related to the production of sugar and invert molasses at Central Francisco and Central Elia. These include statistical outlays of grinding reports, as well as descriptive analyses of plant, field, and labor conditions. Included also are the general manager's annual reports for crops 1918 through 1922 and inventories of equipment and property (including real property) for the years 1922, 1952, and 1959. The 1922 bound report is particularly detailed.
1Account Sales (Final). 1959
1Account Sales (Final). 1958
1Account Sales (Elia and Francisco). 1959
1Account Sales, Production Stats. 1960
1Assets, Production Stats and Other Statistical Data. 1917-1959
1Cane. Basic Quotas and Grinding Factors. Francisco and Elia. 1959-1960
1Cane. Colonos' Prices. 1954-1960
1Cane. Costs: Francisco and Elia. 1959-1960
1Cane. Estimates: Crops of. 1960, 1961
1Cane. Liquidation. Francisco and Elia. 1959-1960
1Cane. Production by Colonos. 1960
2Costo de Produccion y Embarques. 1959
2Factory Equipment Inventory. Depreciation Reserves. 1952
2Francisco Proformas. 1960
2Inventario de Materiales Almacen de Utiles. June 30th, 1959
2Inventory of the Francisco Sugar Company. June 30th, 1922
2Invert Molasses. Production. 1959
2Invert Molasses. Manufacturing Reports. Crops. 1954-1955
2Production Quotas and Statements. Sugar Sales. 1958-1959
2Propiedad, Plantas y Equipos. 1959
2Sugar Sales and Miscellaneous Documents. 1959-1960
1General Manager's report. 1917-1918
2General Manager's report. 1918-1919
3General Manager's report. 1919-1920
4General Manager's report. 1920-1921
5General Manager's report. 1921-1922
Series 97: Francisco Sugar Company. Subject files 1948-1962
2.1 linear feet (5 boxes)
This series consists of a general subject file which reflects, among other things, the company's efforts to diversify its production both in terms of expanding the number of crops grown and of increasing the number of by-products derived from sugar and molasses. This effort, which apparently intensified through the decade of the 1950's, was reaching its culmination with the nationalization of the company's properties in 1961 and 1962. Other files of general interest to the researcher include those on labor and sanitation. The expropriation of the company is documented in the files on INRA, agrarian reform, and claims against the Cuban government.
1Aerial surveys.
1Agrarian Reform Law. 1960-1961
1Airstrip improvements. 1959
1Analysis. Absolute alcohol. 1959
1Analysis. Invert molasses. 1954-1959
1Analysis of sugar cane samples (Manati-Francisco) for attentuation process. 1957
1Analysis. Pellets. 1959
1Analysis. Water. 1959
1Analysis. Yeast. 1954-1959
1Bagasse. Miscellaneous. 1957-1960
1Bagasse. Pith. 1958-1959
1Bagasse. Pith and dry. 1954-1960
1Bagasse. Utilization of. 1958
1Bills of lading. 1960
1Bulk loading and handling equipment. 1957-1958
1Cables. 1960 May
1Cane. New varieties/experiments. 1956-1957
1Cane supply and plantings and cultivation. 1958-1960
1Cattle feed pellets. Cachaza. 1953-1959
1Centrifugals. 1964
1Claims against the Cuban government. 1962
2Commission on purchase materials. Warehousman charge, rents. 1948-1960
2Contributions, gifts, donations. 1955-1959
2Dead season expenses. 1958
2Dextran. 1955-1959
2Diversificaton efforts. 1955-1958
2Diversification of sugar cane industry. 1957-1961
2Dried molasses process. 1957-1960
2Ethyl alcohol sales. 1962
2Experimental layer rations and other animal feeds. 1952-1959
2Feed pellets. 1957-1959
2Fertilizers and soil analysis. 1954-1958
2Fuel oil. Tank installation and fuel oil sales. 1957-1960
2Fuel oil. Tank installation and fuel oil sales. 1958-1960
2Furfural. 1949
2History of company. 1963
2INRA Copias simples de titulos (Folder A).
3INRA Copias simples de titulos (Folder B).
3INRA Estados y anexos. 1959
3Invert molasses agreement wiuth Chas. Pfizer and Co. 1957-1963
3Invertase. 1959
3Journal voucher of loss on property retired from service. 1957
3Labor. 1953-1960
3Labor agreements. 1959-1960
3Labor census. 1951, 1954, 1960
3Legal documents. 1900-1960
4Mechanized cane hauling. 1958-1959
4Medical and sanitation reports. Francisco and Elia. 1951
4Molasses. Exploratory sales correspondence. 1958-1959
4Molasses liquidation (final). 1958
4Molasses liquidation. Miles Laboratory. 1958-1960
4Molasses tanks at Guayabal. 1958
4Morea. 1955-1959
4Nuez, Banco, agreement with Santa Isabel and Lage.
4Oil exploration. 1952
4Poultry. Feed experiments. 1956-1957
4Power plant modernization. Preliminary study. 1956
4Properties "owned and seized". 1960
4Project Nuevo Reparto. 1956
4Rainmaking contracts. 1956-1959
4Road construction. 1956-1959
4Sesame seed production. 1956-1958
5Sewage problems. 1959-1960
5Soil tests. 1953
5Soil tests. 1952
5Stockholders' meeting. 1962-02-14
5Steam and electricity, Report on estimated cost of. 1958
5Sugar Association, Inc. Agreements. 1949-1956
5Sugar diffusion process. 1968
5Sugar esters for synthetic detergents. 1957-1958
5Sugar ester process study. 1957
5Tax papers. Decree 642. 1957
5Trans-Cuban Oil Company. Receiver's report and list of stockholders. 1965
5Warehouses. Leases, capacities, etc. 1959
5Weed control. Marabu. 1956-1957
5Yeast production. 1956-1957
Series 98: Francisco Sugar Company. Letterbooks 1959-1966
0.75 linear feet (4 volumes)
Series 98 contains outgoing correspondence of the New York office of the Francisco Sugar Company. There are two letterbooks, one cable book, and a envelope containing carbon copies of letters that were originally kept in a loose-leaf binder.
1Letters. 1959-1962
2Letters. 1962
3Cables. 1959-1962
4Letters (in reverse order). 1962-1966
Series 104: Francisco Sugar Company. Alcohol records 1958-1963
1.7 linear feet (4 boxes)
Series 104 contains records of the New York office of the Francisco Sugar Company related to the manufacture and sale of alcohol distilled from cane molasses. The earliest records in this series appear to have been the files of Jacob Levene, Secretary of the Francisco Sugar Company. Later files may have been generated in the office of Czarnikow-Rionda vice president Michael J. P. Malone. There is considerable documentation on the Sevilla Distillery at the Central Francisco including data on production costs, manufacturing reports, and Cuban tax statements. Of particular note, are the correspondence files and reports from Raphael Katzen Associates, consulting engineers, on plant improvement and product analysis. Records related to sales to European and U.S. customers are also evident. The latter indicate that Francisco also served as a sales agent for other Cuban distilleries. The series ends in 1963, after the expropriation of the Cuban distilleries, with Czarnikow-Rionda pursuing alternative alcohol sources in Brazil and Peru.
1Agreement b/w Mr. Sol Rosenblum and Francisco.
1Alcohol Contract Vicola. 1958
1Alcohol for Europe Miscellaneous.
1Alcohol Greece.
1Alcohol Production Problems Nutrients.
1Alcohol sale to Germany through Harrison Purdy and Co., Inc-Shipment. July 1960
1Alcohol sale to Germany through Harrison Purdy and Co. Documents.
1Alcohol Samos.
1Alcohol Uruguay.
1Amalgamations Private Limited (India) Mr. K. M. Rajagopalan.
1Brazil and Peru Trip Mr. I. H. Schweidel.
1Brazil Alcohol.
1Contract Union Carbide Corporation.
1Cost of Production Yeast.
1Cost of Production Alcohol and Yeast.
1Distillery Repairs.
1Domestic Alcohol for Europe.
1E.I. Dupont de Nemours, Inc. Wilmington, Delaware.
1Equipment Miscellaneous.
1Export Alcohol Australia.
1Francisco Sugar Company Division Sevilla Balance de Comprobacion Final. 10/31/1959, 6/31/1960
1Giovani Riboli Italy.
1Gretske, Harry.
2Intercontinental Commodities.
2Juny, Friedrich Letter of credit.
2Katzen, Dr. Alcohol.
2Katzen, Dr. Fees, contracts, visits, arrivals and departures, phone calls, etc.
2Katzen, Dr. Yeast.
2Katzen, Raphael Miscellaneous.
2McGhee, William J. Analytical methods and analysis alcohol.
2McGhee, William J. Miscellaneous.
2McGhee, William J. Reports.
2Mexico Alcohol.
2Monsanto chemical Company.
2Morea Temporary.
2Natural Products Corp. Quebec, Canada. Mr. George E. Flemming, Dr. Katzen.
3Peru Alcohol (folder 1).
3Peru Alcohol (folder 2).
3Problem Alcohol and yeast prod., Scaling foaming, etc. and recommendations.
3Production and movement of alcohol. 11/1/1959 10/31/1960
3Quotas Sevilla.
3Reich Process For treatment of molasses and manufacture of yeast.
3Report on alcoholic fermentation of molasses By Mr. William J. McGhee.
3Schweidel, Isidore H. Alcohol.
4Sevilla Cuban Income Tax Return. 1959-10-31
4Sevilla Cuban Income Tax Return. 1958-10-31
4Sevilla Cuban Income Tax Return. 1957-10-31
4Sevilla Cuban Income Tax Return. 1956-10-31
4Sevilla Cuban Income Tax Return. 1955-10-31
4Sevilla Cuban Income Tax Return. 1954-10-31
4Sevilla Cuban Income Tax Return. 1953-10-31
4Sevilla Cuban Income Tax Return. 1952-10-31
4Sevilla Distillery and Dr. Katzen distillery operation, production, repairs, recommendations, etc.
4Sevilla Laboratory.
4Sevilla Sale of Desnat. Alcohol.
4Societe Anonyme e La Fosse.
4Societe Generale de Compensation France.
4Soler, Francisco Argentina.
4U.S. Industrial Chemicals Co. Mr. Thomas Drinkwater.
4U.S. Industrial Chemicals Co. Peru Alcohol.
4Venturini (Treviso, Italy) Alcohol for Compagnia Italiana Petrolio.
4Vicola (Germany). 1960-1961
4Vicola (Germany). 1959
4Yeast Plant Operating Instruction.
4Zylla, Egon Germany.
4Zylla, Egon. December 30, 1957
Series 83: Francisco Sugar Company. Maps, charts and plans circa 1915-1959
17 boxes
Series 83 contains a file of maps, charts and plans maintained by the New York office of the Francisco Sugar Company. Part of the file was indexed; other items were simply labeled. The last portion of the file contains copies of maps registered with the Instituto Nacional de Reforma Agraria in 1959. Most of the materials are copies of originals, although a few, rough, hand drawn maps are present. In many cases, the copies are overlaid with hand drawn additions and alterations.
Many of the maps reproduced for this file were created between 1910 and 1930. However, the copies in this series were, for the most part, generated in the 1950s.
The maps document the property boundaries of the colonias, pasture lands, the bateys of the Central Elia and Central Francisco, water wells, and railroad lines of the Francisco Sugar Company. The series also contains building plans for dwellings, warehouses and a school. Charts documenting fertilizer use and steam needs are also included. Accompanying documents are sometimes attached to the maps and plans. Other accompanying documents are stored in the first box.
Two of the indexed files were not found.
With the exception of the INRA maps and the accompanying documents in Box 1, all items in the series are stored according to size. The dimensions of each item are provided in the inventory. The contents list begins with a box list stating the dimensions of the items in each box. An inventory of the items follows. The inventory begins with the indexed items followed by the labeled materials. The last three boxes contain the INRA maps.
Maps, charts and plans box list
c05 1Specifications for the school and residence building. 1953
1Report on existing batey and batey improvement. 1951
1INRA attachments.
1PF-9 charts.
1PF-10 Distribution of fincas.
21-20.5" x 1-24.5".
31-25" x 25-68" [PF1-PF16].
41-25" x 25-68" [FE2-E1].
51-25" x 25-68" [BE3-General Plan of Colonos and RR ].
61-25" x 25-68" [Hotel/Francisco-Guayabal/Port facilities].
725.5-30" x 25-68" [PF2-BF1].
825.5-30" x 25-68" [BF2-CF3].
925.5-30" x 25-68" [CE3-Elia batey].
1030.5-37" x 25-68" [PF2].
1130.5-37" x 25-68" [PF9-CF3].
1230.5-37" x 25-68" [BF6-Baseball field].
1337.5" x 25-68" [BF2].
1437.5" x 25-68" [FE1-Francisco and Elia].
15INRA. 10 plans of the fincas.
16INRA. 28 plans of the lines of the Francisco railroad.
17INRA. 8 plans of the bateys, port facilities, distillery, etc.
Maps, charts and plans inventory
PF-1. Francisco pasture lands, Adelaida. 13.5" x 16.5"
PF-2. Francisco pasture lands, El Indio. 35" x 52". 25.5" x 28.5". 16.5" x 22"
PF-3. Francisco pasture lands, Manzanillera. 11.5" x 14.5"
PF-4. Not found
PF-5. Francisco pasture lands, Los Ranchos. 11" x 14"
PF-6. Francisco pasture lands, La Maria. 14.5" x 15"
PF-7. Francisco pasture lands, La Loma, San Pablo. 14.5" x 14.5" (2 copies)
PF-8. Francisco pasture lands, Los Ciegos. 12" x 12.5"
PF-9. Francisco pasture lands, La Hotensia, Lala, Tulita, Elina. 30.5" x 37". 20.5" x 27.5". 27" x 32.5" (and accompanying charts)
PF-10. Francisco pasture lands, Dos Hermanos, Asturias. 20.5x 27" (and accompanying memo and report re fincas, 1952)
PF-11. Francisco pasture lands, all pastures. 11' x 17". 14" x 17.5"
PF-12. Francisco pasture lands, El Toro. 5" x 7". 14.5" x 14.5" (2 copies). 15.5" x 18"
PF 13. Francisco pasture lands, La America. 15.5" x 18"
PF-14. Not found
PF-15. Francisco pasture lands, fertilization chart. 19" x 32"
PF-16. Francisco pasture lands, El Indio (see also PF-2). 25.5" x 28" (4 copies). 23" x 31". 14" x 17"
PE-1. Elia pasture lands. 21" x 31.5"
MF-1. Francisco monte lands. 30" x 36". 12.5" x 14". 8.5" x 12". 14" x 17"
FE-1. Francisco-Elia water wells. 35" x 53". 40.5" x 59"
FE-2. Francisco-Elia colonos outlined. 23" x 31.5"
CF-1. Francisco colonos, Buenaventura. 18.5" x 20"
CF-2 and 3. Francisco colonos, Naranjo #1 and #2. 27" x 41.5". 34" x 36"
CF-4. Francisco colonos, San Alberte. 14" x 16.5". 19.5" x 20". 20.5" x 25.5"
BF-1. Francisco batey, town layout. 29.5" x 33"
BF-2. Francisco batey, water mains and fire hydrants, warehouse and mill layout. 21" x 30". 24" x 32". 42.5" x 68". 14" x 24". 25.5" x 26.5". 18" x 42". 11" x 17". 20.5" x 42" dao http:ufdcweb1.uflib.ufl.eduufdcb UF00016659&v 00001 title View Item
BF-3. Francisco batey, new school street. 15" 17.5" 2 copies
BF-4. Francisco batey, borer control laboratory. 21.5" x 33"
BF-5. Francisco batey, Sevilla. 14" x 19" (2 copies). 11.5" x 17". 9" x 13.5"
BF-6. Francisco batey, location of board factory. 15" x 18.5". 27" x 37". 31" x 41". 27" x 37". 27" x 47"
CE-1. Elia colonos, Santana. 15" x 17.5" (2 copies). 17" x 21"
CE-2. Elia colonos, San Joaquin, Loreta, La Caridad. 30.5" x 35". 13" x 15". 26" x 34"
CE-3. Elia colonos, Borbollon. 25.5" x 30"
E-1. Central Elia, general plan. 13" x 17.5". 22" x 26" (3 copies)
BE-1. Elia batey, general layout (found empty)
BE-2. Elia batey, warehouse (found empty)
BE-3. Elia batey, clubhouse. 24" x 41"
BE-4. Elia batey, Las Jias, future plans. 20" x 40"
Dextran plant. 18" x 24"
Steam needs. 13" x 20"
Development plan for Francisco batey, Caldwell and Scott, 1951-52. 32" x 37". 32" x 37". 15" x 22". 22" x 30" (School, 7 plans at the size). 22" x 36" (School). 29.5" x 36" (School). 28" x 31.5". 18.5" x 24" (8 pages). 24" x 36" (6 pages) (stored in map case)
Dwelling house. 15" x 22" 5 plans at this size
Baseball field. 34" x 44"
General Plan of Colonias and RR lines of the Central Francisco. 16.5" x 22.5". 24" x 40.5". 23.5" x 31". 23.5" x 31.5 (4 copies). 14" x 39". 14" x 17". 24" x 30"
Hotel Francisco Blueprints. 20" x 29.5". 16.5" x 29.5" (4 plans at this size). 17.5" x 21.5" (2 plans at this size)
Elia batey development plan. 23.5" x 35.5". 17" x 17.5"
Elia batey showing position of fire hydrants, etc. 27" x 64"
Guayabal Port facilities. 20.5" x 36" (3 plans at this size). 12" x 20"
Elia and Francisco Includes lands of Macareo, colonos, administration cane, etc. 41" x 60"
INRA. 10 plans of the fincas
INRA. 28 plans of the lines of the Francisco railroad
INRA. 8 plans of the bateys, port facilities, distillery, etc.
Series 99: Elia Division (Compaa Azucarera Elia). Libros de Actas 1915-1940; 1952
1.5 linear feet (3 volumes)
Series 99 contains the minutes of company for 1915-1940 and the 1952 dissolution papers.
The Compaa Azucarera Elia was organized in 1915 as the proprietor and manager of the Central Elia in Camagey, Cuba. In 1916, a majority of the company's stocks were purchased by individuals associated with the Francisco Sugar Company, Czarnikow-Rionda, and the Cuban Trading Company. In 1921, the Francisco Sugar Company became the sole owner of the Elia's common stock. The Compaa Azucarera Elia was dissolved in 1952, and management of the mill was passed to the Elia Division of the Francisco Sugar Company.
1Libro de actas #1. 1915-1927
2Libro de actas #2. 1928-1940
3Disolucin y liquidacin de la Compaa Azucarera Elia y adjudicacin The Francisco Sugar Company. August 2, 1952
Series 100: Elia Division (Compaa Azucarera Elia). Records 1917-1931; 1945-1960
0.7 linear feet (2 boxes)
Series 100 contains miscellaneous records of the Compaa Azucarera Elia and the Elia Division of the Francisco Sugar Company. Included in the series are production reports, inventories, balance sheets, auditors reports, and other records. There are no records in this series for 1932-1944; the Central Elia was idled in the 1930s and did not resume production until 1945.
1Inventarios. 1931
1Inventarios generales. 1959-1960
1Condensed and detailed balances. 1926-02-28
1Balance de comprobacion. 1959-1960
1Invert molasses, manufacturing reports. 1954 and 1955
1Invert molasses, manufacturing reports. 1958
1Final manufacturing reports, (oversize). 1930-1960
1Weekly reports. 1959
1Daily laboratory reports. 1960
1Nomina tipica, tiempo muerto. 1959
1Reports of sugar and empty bags. 1958-1960
1Depreciation of property, plant and equipment. 1917-1959
2Auditors' reports. 1919-1926
2Clasificador de cuentas. 1956-1957
Series 101: Elia Division (Compaa Azucarera Elia). Correspondence 1955-1960
1 volume
Series 101 contains a single letterbook of correspondence from the New York office of the Francisco Sugar Company to its Elia Division at the Central Elia. The volume contains an index of subjects and names.
Series 103: Sevilla Division (Compaa Industrial Sevilla). Minutes 1943-1952
2 volumes
Series 103 contains the minutes of the Compaa Industrial Sevilla and its dissolution papers.
The Compaa Industrial Sevilla was incorporated in 1943 in Cuba. The company produced ethyl alcohol from sugarcane molasses. The company began production during World War II when demand for alcohol was high. The company was dissolved in 1952. Afterwards, its factory continued operations as the Sevilla Division of the Francisco Sugar Company.
1Minutes. 1943-1952
2Disolucin y liquidacin de la Compaa Industrial Sevilla, S.A. y adjudicacin a The Francisco Sugar Company. 1952 August 20
Series 105: Compaa Cubana Primadera. Minutes 1956-1960
1 volume
Series 105 contains the minutes, by-laws, and certificate of incorporation of the Compaa Cubana Primadera.
The Compaa Cubana Primadera was incorporated in 1956 in Liberia. The company produced wallboard from cane bagasse. Its factory was located at the Francisco Sugar Company which was also the factory's raw material source. The Francisco Sugar Company owned thirty percent of Primadera's stock. Start-up capital for the company was provided by a loan from the Export-Import Bank. The company had been in business only briefly when its assets were seized by the Cuban government.
Series 53: Compaa Cubana Primadera. Records 1957-1960
0.8 linear feet (2 boxes)
The series contains records on the company's organization, the construction of the plant, production costs, and early difficulties in the initial production stage. Also included in the series are several reports on similar projects in Peru and Puerto Rico.
Records
1Agreement Re: Erection of Wallboard Plant Between the Tayler Corp., Wm. R. Tayler, H. K. Linzell and Primadera.
1Bagasse Pith, etc. Primadera.
1Compania Cubana Primadera, S.A. Physical work progress reports and financial reports to the Export-Import Bank.
1Cost of Production Primadera. May 31, 1958 to June 1958
1Credit Agreement Primadera and Export-Import Bank.
1Depithing Plant Primadera.
1Electric Power Board Plant.
1Equipment for Primadera.
1Lease Contracts (Fsco Primadera).
1Letter Agreement between Primadera and Francisco (Addition to Bagasse purchase agreements) signed copies.
1Loan 1,500,000 from Cuban Banks.
1Management Agreement between Tayler Corporation and Primadera.
1Memoranda, etc. re : Drafts of agreements.
1Miscellaneous.
1Miscellaneous Correspondence Re: Contracts Primadera.
1Mortgage Primadera Properties.
2Primadera, Daily Use of Bagasse.
2Primadera Power.
2Progress Reports.
2Shareholders Agreement Francisco and Primadera.
2Shattuck Primadera.
2Subordination Agreement 6% subordinated debentures.
Reports
2Report on the estimated costs for the production of steam, electricity and water in the quantities required by Primadera. June 7, 1957
2Report on the utilization of Bagasse pith. March 30, 1959
2Report Production of Wallboard in Peru.
2Report Key to industrial utilization of bagasse and other fibers.
2Report Primadera Nepena Peruana S.A. Hardboard Process.
2Report Preliminary report Manufacture of hardboard Puerto Rico project.
2Preliminary report Cattle feed plant, for Wood, Struthers and Co.
2Report on utilization of Sugar cane waste.
2Report Primadera Nepena Peruana, S.A. A new venture.
2Report Compania Cubana Primadera, S.A. Agreements.
Series 107: Compaa Ganadera El Indio. Records 1953-1962
0.5 linear feet (2 boxes)
Series 107 contains the minutes and agendas of company's board of directors, financial statements, balance sheets, correspondence, a ledger, and other miscellaneous records.
The Compaa Ganadera El Indio was organized in 1953 to exploit lands at the Francisco Sugar Company for cattle raising. When "El Indio's" properties were seized in 1960, its 23,000 acre ranch had over 9,000 head of cattle.
1Agendas and copies of minutes.
1Incorporation documents.
1Documents.
1Balance sheets.
1Accountant's reports.
1Plans.
1Information (contains inventory, lists of employees and relatives).
1Cuban tax returns.
1Ledger.
2Minutes.
2Letterbook.
Series 109: Compaa Maritima Guayabal. Records 1903-1932; 1955-1960
1.7 linear feet (4 boxes)
The series consists primarily of documents related to the renovation of the port, including plans and specifications for the renovated facilities, and the operation of the terminal. Also included in the series are documents related to the management of the port by the Francisco Sugar Company in the years 1903-1932.
The Compaa Maritima Guayabal was organized on May 16, 1955 for the purpose of constructing, dredging and exploiting ports, terminals, warehouses, and drydocks at the Port of Guayabal. A major renovation of the port was undertaken in 1955 and completed by 1960.
1Data relative to the authorizations given by the Cuban gov't. for the installation of the Guayabal pier, molasses piping, etc.; Proposed Tarafa Bill and copy of brief submitted in behalf of the company. 1903-1932
1Alcohol installations and facilities. 1958
1Balance sheets.
1Banco Financiero. 1958-1960
1Blueprints, etc.
1Contracts- Additional work at terminal.
1Contracts- Between Bandes and Constructora Diamante.
1Cuban income tax returns. 1958-1959
1Decrees re ports.
1Deeds- Bond issue.
1Deeds- BTransfer of work contract.
1Deeds- BTransfer of property and rights to Bandes.
1Deeds- BTransfer of concession.
1Deeds- BTransfer of properties.
1Dissolution of Bandes. 1960
2Financial report. 1959
2Financing. 1957-1960
2Imports, Fuel oil, molasses.
2Installation facilties.
2Letters from NY office. 1958-1960
2Lopez, Dr. Roger. Engineer. 1958-1962
2Meetings, Stockholders.
2Mestre y Fernandez report on cost of handling sugar at port.
2Miscellaneous documents.
2Permits for port--shipping sugar, customs, etc.
2Port construction--labor demands, complaints, etc.
2Port work and construction.
2Resolution re port labor. 1958
2Shipments through port.
2Signed memorandum--Agreement between Francisco, Guayabal, and Constructora Diamante.
2Sugar and molasses shipments.
2Tate and Lyle--Bulk shipping.
2Water facilities.
2Miscellaneous plans.
3Plans and specifications.
4Plans and specifications.
Series 81: Inversiones Agricolas Santa Isabel. Records 1951-1960
0.2 linear feet (1 box)
Series 81 contains business records of Inversiones Agricolas Santa Isabel, S.A., owners of the sugar colonia Santa Isabel at the Central Francisco. Included is a letterbook containing letters written by the New York office of the Francisco Sugar Company to Santa Isabel.
1Letterbook, correspondence. 1951-1959
1Accountant's reports. 1955, 1956, 1959
1Balance de comprobacin. 1959, 1960
1Cuban Income Tax Return. 1960
1Requerimiento. 1960
1Minutes. 1953-1962
Series 84: Manuel A. Lage y Ca. Records 1953-1959
0.2 linear feet (1 box)
Series 84 contains business records of Manuel A. Lage y Ca., a cane colonia at the Francisco Sugar Company. It includes a letterbook of correspondence from the New York office of the Francisco Sugar Company to Lage and the Compaa Industrial Sevilla, balance sheets, and audits.
Subgroup 2: Manat Sugar Company and the Compaa Ganadera Becerra
Series 85: Manati Sugar Company. Minutes 1912-1958; 1960-1968
3 linear feet (20 volumes)
Series 85 contains the official minutes of the Manati Sugar Company. Minutes for 1959 are missing.
1Manati Sugar Company. Minutes (2 copies). 5/4/1912-7/17/1912
2Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 10/14/1912-4/25/1918
3Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 5/2/1918-2/13/1920
4Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 4/1/1920-11/18/1921
5Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 12/2/1921-2/16/1923
6Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 3/21/1923-4/17/1925
7Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 5/1/1925-9/30/1926
8Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 10/7/1926-8/16/1928
9Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 9/6/1928-9/28/1930
10Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 12/4/1930-10/14/1937
11Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 10/20/1937-12/18/1939
12Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 1/2/1940-12/15/1941
13Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 1/5/1942-10/20/1943
14Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 11/3/1943-12/17/1945
15Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 1/7/1946-12/15/1947
16Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 1/5/1948-12/19/1949
17Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 1/3/1950-12/17/1951
18Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 1/17/1952-12/6/1954
19Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 1/3/1955-12/15/1958
20Manati Sugar Company. Minutes. 1/3/1960-4/26/1968
Series 86: Manati Sugar Company. Cash books 1912-1960
10 linear feet (36 volumes)
Series 86 contains the cash books of the Manati Sugar Company. Volumes 5-13 covering the years 1923-1932 are missing.
1Cash book. June 17, 1912 October 31, 1916
2Cash book. November 1, 1916 October 31, 1918
3Cash book. November 1, 1918 December 31, 1920
4Cash book. July 3, 1921 August 31, 1922
14Cash book. March 1, 1933 June 29, 1934
15Cash book. June 29, 1934 June 30, 1935
16Cash book. July 2, 1935 July 31, 1936
17Cash book. August 4, 1936 April 30, 1937
18Cash book. May 30, 1937 March 31, 1938
19Cash book. April 1, 1938 February 28, 1939
20Cash book. March 1, 1939 November 29, 1939
21Cash book. November 30, 1939 September 9, 1940
22Cash book. September 12, 1940 July 21, 1941
23Cash book. July 25, 1941 July 31, 1942
24Cash book. August1, 1942 July 30, 1943
25Cash book. August 1, 1943 May 11, 1944
26Cash book. May 12, 1944 March 29, 1945
27Cash book. March 29, 1945 March 31, 1946
28Cash book. April 1, 1946 February 13, 1947
29Cash book. Febraury 13, 1947 November 10, 1947
30Cash book. November 12, 1947 August 23, 1948
31Cash book. August 24, 1948 June 29, 1949
32Cash book. June 29, 1949 April 18, 1950
33Cash book. April 18, 1950 February 28, 1951
34Cash book. March 1, 1951 October 31, 1951
35Cash book. November 1, 1951 May 26, 1952
36Cash book. May 27, 1952 December 24, 1952
37Cash book. December 24, 1952 August 27, 1953
38Cash book. August 28, 1953 April 30, 1954
39Cash book. May 3, 1954 January 31, 1955
40Cash book. February 1, 1955 October 31, 1955
41Cash book. November 1, 1955 June 28, 1956
42Cash book. July 26, 1956 May 7, 1957
43Cash book. May 14, 1957 February 18, 1958
44Cash book. February 18, 1958 December 16, 1958
45Cash book. December 22, 1958 September 8, 1959
46Cash book. September 9, 1959 October 1, 1960
Series 88: Manati Sugar Company. Ledgers 1912-1950
9 linear feet (17 volumes)
Series 88 contains the ledgers for the Manati Sugar Company. The ledgers for the years after 1950 are missing. Also included are those volumes entitled "old valuations."
1Ledger #1. 5/1/1912-10/31/1914
2Crop season ledger #1. 5/1/1914-10/31/1916
3Ledger #3. 11/1/1914-10/31/1916
4Crop season ledger #4. 7/31/1914-10/31/1916
5Ledger #5. 11/1/1916-10/31/1918
6Ledger #6. 11/1/1918-10/31/1920
7Ledger #7. 11/1/1920-10/31/1923
8Ledger #8. 11/1/1923-10/31/1925
9Ledger #9. 11/1/1925-10/31/1927
10Ledger #10. 11/1/1927-10/31/1929
11Ledger #11. 11/1/1929-10/31/1932
12Ledger #12. 11/1/1932-10/31/1937
13Old valuation ledger #1. 10/31/1937-6/30/1951
14Ledger #13. 11/1/1937-6/30/1941
15Ledger #14. 7/1/1941-6/30/1946
16Ledger #15. 7/1/1947-6/30/1950
17Old valuation ledger #2. 7/1/1951-10/31/1959
Series 102: Manati Sugar Company. Journals 1912-1964
10.5 linear feet (26 volumes)
Series 102 contains the business journals for the Manati Sugar Company. Also included are those volumes entitled "old valuations."
1Journal #1. 5/1/1912-10/31/1915
2Journal #2. 11/30/1915-10/31/1916
3Mislabeled Journal #4. 11/1/1916-6/30/1918
4Mislabeled Journal #3. 6/30/1918-2/18/1920
5Journal #5. 3/1/1920-7/31/1921
6Journal #6. 8/1/1921-1/31/1923
7Journal #7. 2/1/1923-5/31/1924
8Journal #8. 6/2/1924-9/30/1925
9Journal #9. 10/1/1925-11/30/1926
10Journal #10. 12/1/1926-7/31/1928
11Journal #11. 8/1/1928-11/30/1929
12Journal #12. 12/1/1929-6/30/1931
13Journal #13. 7/1/1931-11/30/1932
14Journal #14. 12/1/1932-12/31/1934
15Journal #15. 1/1/1935-2/28/1937
16Journal #16. 3/1/1937-6/30/1938
17Old valuation journal #1. 10/31/1937-6/30/1954
18Journal #17. 7/1/1938-2/29/1940
19Journal #18. 3/31/1940-6/30/1941
20Journal #19. 7/1/1941-6/30/1941
21Journal #20. 7/1/1943-4/30/1945
22Journal #21. 3/31/1945-2/28/1947
23Journal #22. 3/31/1947-6/30/1949
24Journal #23. 7/1/1949-6/30/1953
25Journal #24. 7/31/1953-10/31/1964
26Old valuation journal #2. 6/30/1955-10/31/1960
Series 106: Manati Sugar Company. Financial records 1912-1968
4 linear feet (9 boxes and 8 volumes)
Series 106 contains records related to the Manati Sugar Company's bond issues, stocks and stockholders, taxes, and general financial condition. Included in the series are the company's annual reports, early audits, and SEC forms. The series also contains the receivership and reorganization papers for Manati for the years 1932-1938. There are balance sheets and tax records for several Manati subsidiaries (Ferrocarril de Tunas and Ca. Agricola Manat) and citizenship cards received from stockholders after the company's properties were nationalized by the Cuban government.
1Annual reports. 1916-1959
1Audits and financial statements. 1912-1916
2Audits and financial statements. 1917-1923
2Accountants' statements. 1958; 1963-1967
2Balance de la oficina Cubana. 1958-1959
2Balance de cuentas, Ca Agricola Manat. 1955-1960
3Balance de cuentas, Ferrocarril de Tunas. 1957-1960
3Balance de cuentas, Ca. Terrateniente y Urbanizadora del.
3Puerto Manat. 1957-1959
3Declaracon jurada de liquidacon del impuesto sobre utilidades.
3Ferrocarril deTunas. 1955-1959
3Declaracon jurada de liquidacon del impuesto sobre utilidades.
3Manati Sugar Company. 1954-1959
3Declaracon jurada de liquidacon del impuesto sobre utilidades.
3Ca. Agricola Manat. 1958
3Mortgage. 1914-1916
4Cuban Income Tax correspondence.
4Cuban Law #7 Impuestos Sobre Capital Increase in Taxation. 1951-
4Decree #1639 Tax on Interest.
4Tax on Bond Interest Cuba.
4Municipal Taxes Cuba.
4Unicipal Taxes Cuba.
42% Export Tax Sugar and Molasses Shipments.
4Inspectors U.S. Taxes Examination at NY office.
4Withholding tax on Dividends and Bond Interest Payments. 1952
4Taxes.
4Cattle Accounting.
4Worksheets FOAB; Federal Income Tax Return; NYS.
4Unemployment Insurance and Fed. Unemployment Insurance. 1955-1960
4Workmen's compensation. 1959-1962
4Manati Supplemental Agreement. 1930-12-01
4Manati $445,800 Extension Agreement. Aug. 1, 1931
4Manati 1931 Dead Season Loan Agreement. 1931-08-01
4Manati $1,400,000 Extension Agreement. Aug. 1, 1931
4Manati 1936-1937 Sugar Acceptance Agreement.
4Manati Bondholder's Protective Agreement. 1931-09-30
4Receivership and 77B Proceedings.
5Indenture Bankers Trust Company.
5Original Executed Copy of Indenture-4% dated. Feb. 1, 1937
5Sinking Fund Bonds, due. 1957
5Receipts of Mr. E.D. de Ulzurrun for Mortgage Payments.
5Correspondence and Agreement First Mortgage Twenty Year 7.5%.
5Sinking Fund Gold Bonds.
5Correspondence re: 6% Bonds due 1965 (to December 31, 1962).
5Correspondence re: 6% Bonds due 1965 (from January 1,1963).
5Haskins and Sells, Correspondence. 1961-1968
5Bond Interest Payments 6% Collateral Trust Bonds.
5Manati Indentures.
6Securities and Exchange Commission Form 8. 1938
6Securities and Exchange Commission Form 8-K. 1959
6Securities and Exchange Commission Form S-1. 1956
6Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K. 1938-1944
7Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K. 1945-1955
7Securities and Exchange Commission Form 10-K. 1956-1959; 1962-1964
7Securities and Exchange Commission Form 22. 1938
7Securities and Exchange Commission Form 22 Exhibits.
8Securities and Exchange Commission Form 22 Exhibits.
9Citizenship cards.
1First Mortgage 20 year 7 1/2% Bonds. 1923
2Financing and subordination of First Mortgage Bonds. 1930-1931
3Reorganization, Receivership record, Vols. 1 and 2. 1932-1939
4Reorganization, Receivership record, Vol. 3. 1932-1939
5Reorganization, Trusteeship record. 1937-1939
6Stockholder list. 1963
7Stockholder list. 1964
8Stockholder list. 1966
Series 45: Manati Sugar Company. Records 1913-1968
4.2 linear feet (11 boxes)
Series 45 contains miscellaneous administrative records from the New York office of the Manati Sugar Company. The series was derived from several records sources and is divided into seven parts.
The first part of the series contains documents from the 1920s. These include cash statements and other data prepared for the board of directors as well as other records.
The second part consists of plans for the mill and batey prepared by the company's construction engineers, the Honolulu Iron Works Company.
The third part of the series is a record of colono accounts for 1913-1936.
Part four of the series is the largest and most comprehensive of the seven. It consists of subject files from the 1950s and early 1960s on various facets of the company's operations.
The fifth part is a 1959 inventory of the company's properties.
The sixth part contains copies of documents filed with the U.S. Dept. of State and Cuba's Instituto Nacional de Reforma Agraria in 1961 and 1959, respectively, relative to the company's Cuban assets and properties.
The last part contains records for 1966-1968 pertaining to the company's Manhasset Casuals Division.
Part 1 1920s
1Balances; Profit and Loss.
1Bond issues.
1Cane cars.
1Cane Cuba RR.
1Cash Statements and agendas for Board meetings.
1Colonos, Debts of.
1Crop liens.
1Description of company.
1Directors Misc. authorizations.
1Drafts.
1Yarigu.
Part 2 Plans, Honolulu Iron Works Company, Construction Engineer
1Key plan [for sugar factory], Scale 1/16" = 1', 34" x 54". Feb. 16, 1921
1Factory capacity. Calculated reasonable capacity in short tons of cane per 24 hours, 1916-1923. [chart], 28" x 41". Sept. 29, 1923
1Factory section N-N. Cross section of boiling house, sugar room and shipping shed. Scale 1/4" = 1'. 34" x 54".
2Factory elevation F-F. Longitudinal elevation of boiling house., Scale 1/4"= 1', 34" x 77". 8/19/1915
2Factory section H-H. Cross section of filter, press house, boiling house, sugar room, and shipping shed., Scale 1/4" = 1', 36" x 73". Not dated
2Factory section K-K. Cross section of boiling house, sugar room, and shipping shed., 36" x 45". Not dated
2Port of Manati., Surveyed by Curtin and Brockie, Philadelphia. W. P. Asten, Surveyor, Scale 1" = 50', 26" x 32". Feb. 28, 1919
2Batey., Surveyed by Johnson and Higgins, NY. W. P. Asten, Surveyor., Scale 1" = 100', 25" x 27". Feb. 26-28, 1919, revised March 31, 1921
2Map of Property as of October 31, 1922, Scale 1=80,000 MTR, 30" x 36". 1922
2Installations chronologically, 1913-1923. Key plan for general arrangements drawings., Scale 1/16" = 1'. Feb. 16, 1921
Part 3 Colono accounts, 1913-1936
2Colono accounts. 1913-1936
Part 4 Subject files
2Abandoned Property Law. 1954
2Accounting and other aspects of Cuban sugar production.
2Agrarian Reform. 1959-1960
2Agrarian Reform. The law itself in translation. 5/17/1959
2Agrarian Reform Law. 1959
3Agrarian Reform Law. 1959-1960
3Agrarian Reform Law. Santa Isabel.
3American Chamber of Commerce of Cuba. 1960
3Annual Meeting. 1962
3Annual Meetings stokholders. Statements for Inventories (folder B). 1954-1960
3Annual Meetings. Stockholders Statements, Inventories. Folder A. 1952-1960
3Annual Stockholders/Board of Directors meeting. Ferrocarril de Tunas, S.A. 1961
3Annual Stockholders/Board of Directors Meeting. Ferrocarril de Tunas, S.A. 1960
3Annual Stockholders/Board of Directors Meeting. Ferrocarril de Tunas, S.A. 1959
3Blackstrap Molasses. 1958-1960
3Board of Directors Meetings. 1961-1962
3Bondholders. Offer to Settlement. 1962
3Bonds. 6% Collateral Trust. 1960-1965
3Bourgeois Jr., L.C. 1956-1967
3Branch Accounting. Discontinuance. 1959
3Budget. 1/1960-6/1960
4Budget. 7/1960-12/1960
4Cane Liquidations. Colonos' Claims. 1960
4Cane Plantings. New.
4Certificate of Incorporation. Various Dates.
4Charity. 1954-1958
4Claims on Cuban Government. 1960-1961
4Cloud Seeding. 1957
4Colono cane liquidation rates; Unconstitutionality of Decree 1274. 1954
4Colonos contract.
4Colonos' Financing. 1957
4Cia. Agricola Manati. S.A. Corres. Re: Meeting and Minutes. 1/20/1960
4Cia. Agricola Manati. S.A.- Deed of Incorporation. 1948
4Cia. Ganadera Becerra, S.A.- Grass. 1956-1962
4Cia. Ganadera Becerra, S.A.- Lands Available (Cattle) Lands conveyed (Lease in Safe). 1956-1958
4Cia. Ganada Becerra, S.A.- "Squatters". 1956-1957
4Contributions. Various Organizations and Memorial Gifts. Cruz, Dr.- Fee for Special Legal Services and Salary.
4Cuban Counsels' Legal Opinion. Re: Nationalization of American owned Properties in Cuba. 1960
4Cuban decrees, laws and regulations.
4Cuban Sugar Stabilization Institute. 1960
4Cuban tax on dividends.
4Diesel-Electric Locomotives.
4Contract and Correspondence. 1957-1960
5El Indio. Agrarian Reform Law. 1960
5El Indio Intervention, Agrarian Reform. Letters to State Dept. 1959-1960
5Elia. INRA Inventory. 1960
5Expropriation of Property in Cuba. Questionnaire to State Dept. 1959-1960
5Ferrocarriles de Tunas. Board of Directors Meetings/Stockholders meetings. 1961
5Ferrocarriles de Tunas. 1957-1960
5Ferrocarriles Occidentales de Cuba, S.A. 1955-59
5Financing of 1960 Crop. 1960
5Finca Camalote. 1950-1960
5Finca Hato Arriba. 1946-1955
5Fincas. Miscellaneous. 1959
5Fiscal Year Change. 1958
5Fuel Oil. 1959
5Garment Industry At Manati. 1957-1960
5Indenture Protocalization. 1956-1957
5Insurance in force. 1959
5Interdicto Proceeding ( el Indio). 1960-1963
5Intervention. Elia. 1960
5Intervention of Lands. Letters to State Dept. 1959-1961
5Invert Molasses. 1957-1958
5Labor. Sindicato de Obreros Potuarios. 1955-1960
6Laboratory data. 1932-1960
6Lage Y Cia. Inra. 1960
6Land For School Center. 1960
6Land Holding and Townsite Company. 1950-1960
6Land Reform. 1959-1960
6Land Reform. "Actas" Seizure of Properties. 1960
6Land Reform. Agrarian Reform. 1960
6Land reform. Agrarian Reform. Equipment taken by I.N.R.A. 1960
6Land Reform. Agrarian Reform. Letters to Directors and Principal Executives Officers. 1960
6Land Reform. State Department. 1960-1962
6Land Reform. State Department. 1960
6Land Reform. Worksheets, Drafts,Questionnaires. State Department. 1959-1960
6Lands. Manati Lands. 1953
6Lands. Nueva Description. Finca Agropada. 1960
7Lands Owned, Leased, Controlled and Cane. 1957
7Leases Trading Company. Warehouses and Molasses Tanks. 1938, 1960
7Letters to stockholders sent by other companies. 1960
7Letters to stockholders. 1952,1959-1960
7Letters to Sugar buyers, brokers and banks. Other Companies. 1960
7Mailing List. Annual Report and Proxy MH. 1958
7Manufacturing reports. 1932-1960
7Mercantil Manati, S.A. 1957-1961
7Ministerio of Agricultura. 1954-1960
7New York Stock Exchange. Census of Stockholders. 1962
7New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange. Membership #153. M.S. Co. 1947-1964
7News Clippings from various folders pertaining to agrarian reform. 1959-1960
7Note and letters recorded with cards, Returned by Stockholders. 1960
7Oil. Miscellaneous Correspondence. 1957
7Organizational chart.
7Palmillas Lease. Worksheet and Receipts. Various Dates. Port of Manati. Tariffs Harbor pilotings. 1952-1964, 1957-1958
7Power of Attorney. Protocolization. 1960
7Power of Attorney. Subsidiary Companies. Jose Joaquin Fraga. Substitution of Powers. 1960
7Public Relations Council. U.S. Dept. Of Justice. U.S.-Cuban Sugar Council. "A Study of the Cuban Oil Situation.". 1958-1959
8Railroad rights-of way. Ferrocarriles de Tunas. Maps and Correspondence. 1935-1940
8Reforestation project. 1949
8Resolution #1667. Recovery of Stolen Property. 1961
8Scholarship. Juan Nicholas. 1958-1960
8School on Estate. 1959-1963
8Second Supplemental Indenture. 1956, 1960
8Shrimp processing plant, proposed. 1957-1959
8Statements. Bank Accounts. Cuba. 1960
8Statements. Bank Accounts. Cuba. 1960
8Sugar Association, Inc. The Sugar Research Foundation, Inc.
8Sugar Information, Inc. 1959-1960
8Sugar Buyers. List. 1960
8Sugar Refinery, proposed. 1956
8Sugar Inventory Valuation. 1960
9Sugar Sales Contracts. 1959-1960
9Superproduction decrees. 1951, 1954
9Survey and Appraisal of Property. 1960
9Tax Aspects of Cuban Appropriations. 1960
9Tax reform law. 1959
9Trans-Cuba Oil Co. 1954-1959
9U.S. Dept. of Commerce. Bureau of Int. Programs. 1952
9Van Horne-Yarigua-Cuban Land Co./Leases.
9Visitors to the plantation. 1958-1959
9Warehouses Sugar Storage Capacity.
9Water supply. 1957
9Writs of Expropriation. INRA. 1960
Part 5 Inventory of 1959
9Inventory. 1959
Part 6 Documents filed with INRA and State Dept.
9-11Documents filed with INRA and State Dept. 1959, 1961
Part 7 Records
11Records. 1966-1968
Series 49: Manati Sugar Company. Records of the Secretary 1961-1968
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
Series 49 contains files of the secretary of the Manati Sugar Company for the years 1961-1968. The series includes information on the company's board of directors and officers. Most of the series, though, is taken up with matters related to the stockholders and the value of Manati stock after the expropriation of the company's Cuban assets. The series also contains information on former Cuban employees living in the United States and elsewhere and a file on the Trans-Cuba Oil Company.
Series 108: Compaa Ganadera Becerra. Records 1952-1967
1.5 linear feet (4 boxes)
Series 108 contains administrative records of Michael J. P. Malone, President of the Compaa Ganadera Becerra. The Becerra ranch was operated by King Ranch and the Manati Sugar Company on lands purchased or leased from Manati. Malone's records include data on cattle stock, correspondence between the ranch, the New York office, and Manati, and the company's December audit reports. Information on Cuban government intervention in 1960 and Becerra's dissolution in 1967 is also available.
1Agreements between Manati and King Ranch.
1Cash Records New York Office. January 1960 -
1Cattle.
1Cattle "A Partido" Sales.
1Cattle Inventory.
1Cattle Purchases.
1Cattle Sales.
1Cattle Valuations, Correspondence related to.
1Cattle and Pastures Reports.
1Comparative Statement of Income and Expenses.
1Copies of Deed #304 in English and Spanish.
1Copy of the Sale Contract between Mr. Rafael Sosa Arias and Cia. Ganadera Becerra, S.A.
1Cuban Office, Correspondence with. Spare copies. 1952
1Data. Re- P and L for 1959. Cattle Turn-off.
1Data for U.S. Dept. of Commerce.
1Deloitte, Haskins, Plender and Sells Correspondence received from.
1Deloitte, Plender, Haskins and Sells Correspondence sent to.
1Deloitte, Plender, Haskins and Sells Reports.
2Denman, Leroy G. Correspondence received from and to.
2Detalles Estados de Cuentas con the Trust Co. of Cuba.
2Deposit and General Account.
2Directors, List of. 1952
2Estimate of Net Income From Grinding of Cane.
2Facts about Cia. Ganadera Becerra, S.A.
2Fondo de Estabilizacion de la Moneda.
2Gorrin, Manas, Macia y Alamilla Correspondence received from.
2Gorrin, Manas, Macia y Alamilla Correspondence sent to.
2Lease Agreement.
2Liquidations of Cane Colonias- 103 and 109- Santa Isabel.
2List of Machinery and Equipment- Cafetal.
2Loan Agreement with Czarnikow-Rionda Co.
2Loan Agreement with King Ranch.
2Loan with the Trust Co. of Cuba.
2Malone, Mr. J. P. Memo received from. 1952
2Malone, Mr. J. P. Memo sent to.
2Manati Sugar Company Correspondence received from.
2Manati Sugar Company Correspondence sent to.
2Mecantil Manati, S.A.
2Mustelier Jr., Dr. G.E. Reports.
2Newspaper Clippings.
3Observation of the Cia. Ganadera Becerra and the Czarnikow-Rionda Company ranches in Cuba. 1959
3Pernett, Jose M. Correspondence received and sent.
3Shareholders meeting.
3State Dept. Questionnaire and Correspondence.
3Statement Related to P. and L.
3Sullivan and Cromwell Audit. 1952
3Sullivan and Cromwell Audit. 1953
3Sullivan and Cromwell Audit. 1954
3Sullivan and Cromwell Audit. 1955
3Sullivan and Cromwell Audit. 1956
3Sullivan and Cromwell Audit. 1957
4Sullivan and Cromwell Audit. 1958
4Sullivan and Cromwell Audit. 1959
4Sullivan and Cromwell Audit. 1960
Subgroup 3: Other Czarnikow-Rionda Subsidiaries and Affiliates
Series 79: Bagasse Products Corporation (Celulosa Cubana). Records 1926-1944
1 linear foot (7 volumes)
Series 79 consists of the journals, ledgers, and cash books of both Bagasse Products and Celulosa Cubana.
The Bagasse Products Corporation was formed in 1926 as a U.S. corporation. The purpose of the company was to produce commercially viable alpha cellulose from cane bagasse. The start-up capital for the project came from a "Joint Experimental Account" established by Jos B. Rionda and Manuel E. Rionda. The plant was constructed at the Central Tuinucu. The company was reorganized in 1927 as a Cuban corporation, Celulosa Cubana, S.A. The company operated for more than fifteen years.
1Bagasse Products Corp., Journal. 1926-1927
2Bagasse Products Corp., Ledger. 1926-1927
3Bagasse Products Corp., Journal, Czarnikow-Rionda's account. 1926-1927
4Celulosa Cubana, Ledger of capital and administrative expenditures. 1927-1929
5Celulosa Cubana, Cash book. 1927-1930
6Celulosa Cubana, Journal. 1927-1943
7Celulosa Cubana, Ledger. 1927-1944
Series 64: Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation. Records 1916-1934
1.5 linear feet (5 boxes and 1 volume)
Series 64 contains records of the Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation. Most of the material in this series was created in the early years of the company when it was primarily directed by members of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company. Included in the series are statements submitted to the board of directors, correspondence, internal reports, annual reports, and the company's articles of incorporation and by-laws. The board of directors statements contain meeting agendas, treasurer's reports, cash statements, production reports, balance sheets, and sugar shipments. Correspondence is limited to a letterbook containing outgoing letters for 1916, "dead season" correspondence for 1919, and copies of letters for the period of December 16, 1920 to May 24, 1921. The internal reports include reports on Cuban ports and railroad transportation, mill production reports, and documents related to an outside investigation of the company's management. The latter was conducted by George W. Goethals and Company and dealt primarily with the relationship between Cuba Cane and the Czarnikow-Rionda Company and secondarily with the acquisition and management of Cuba Cane sugar mills.
The creation and history of the Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation is explored in greater depth in the papers of its first president, Manuel Rionda y Polledo. (See narrative for Record Group 2 for additional information.)
1Letterbook. 1916
1Statements submitted to the board of directors. 1919-1922
2"Dead season" correspondence. 1919
2"Copies of all letters". December 16, 1920 to May 24, 1921
3Daily report of disposition of sugar. 1916
3Daily report of sugar. 1916
3Sugars and freight between Santa Isabel Sugar Company and the New York and Porto Rico Steamship Company. Departmento de Ferrocarriles y Terrenos, su creacin, objeto, funcionamente, etc., Alberto de Ximeno. 1918
3Cuban shipping ports. 1920
3Report on Cuban shipping condition. 1920
4Reports, remarks, and other papers related to the Goethals report. 1919
5Articles of incorporation, by-laws and subsequent revision. 1915-1934
5Annual report. 1918 http:www.uflib.ufl.eduUFDCb UF00003606
5Annual report. 1919 http:ufdcweb1.uflib.ufl.eduufdci 175633
5Annual report. 1920 UF00003608
5Annual report. 1921 163912
5Annual report. 1924 UF00003609
5Annual report. 1930 UF00003610
5Annual report. 1931 163805
Series 65: Cuba Commercial and Industrial Company (Central San Vicente). Ledgers 1912-1915
0.25 linear feet (2 volumes)
Series 65 contains two ledgers for the Cuba Commercial and Industrial Company, proprietor of the Central San Vicente in Jovellanos, Matanzas. (See Series 14 for records of the mill's manager.)
1Ledger #2. 1912-1913
2Ledger #3. 1913-1915
Series 14: Cuba Commercial and Industrial Company (Central San Vicente). Letterbooks of Placido Alonso 1906-1918
0.5 linear feet (6 volumes)
Series 14 contains copies of letters written by Placido Alonso. The letterbooks begin in early 1906 when Alonso worked as a sales agent for Czarnikow, MacDougall. Most of the earliest correspondence is to Bernardo Braga Rionda, head of the Export Department, and is in English. Near the end of volume 1, mention is made of Alonso taking over the management of the San Vicente. The remaining letterbooks deal primarily with the management of the mill, including refurbishment of the batey, negotiations with the colonos, and extending the mill's railroad lines. Most of the San Vicente correspondence is to Manuel Rionda y Polledo and is in Spanish. The Central San Vicente was incorporated in the United States as the Cuban Commercial and Industrial Co. Letters to the corporate office and copies of daily grinding and cost statements for the mill are found in the letterbooks.
The series is not complete; volume 2 ends with a note that the last letter is continued in "copiador 3", but that volume was not found. Other volumes may also be missing. The letterbooks conclude in 1918, but the period after August 1916 is only briefly covered.
Some of the original letters for 1913-1914 are in Series 1. Manuel Rionda's return correspondence will be found in Series 2 and Bernardo Braga's in Series 8. Series 10 and Series 65 contain other materials related to the Central San Vicente.
The Alonso letterbooks were donated to the Libraries by members of the Braga family in 1993.
Placido Alonso was the husband of Odelinda Fanjul Rionda, daughter to Maria Rionda y Polledo and Alonso Fanjul. In 1906, Alonso was employed as a sales agent in Havana for commodities imported through Czarnikow, MacDougall's Export Department. In 1907, he was asked to manage the Central San Vicente, a sugar mill in Matanzas province near the port of Crdenas.
1Letterbook. Feb. 16, 1906-Feb. 22, 1907
2Letterbook. June 28, 1907-Oct.11, 1908
3Letterbook. March 7, 1910-March 8, 1911
4Letterbook. May 25, 1911-April 26, 1914
5Letterbook. June 22, 1914-April 13, 1918
6Letterbook. July 22, 1914-August 3, 1916
Series 60: Cuba Self-loading Cane Truck Corporation. Financial records 1916-1940
0.2 linear feet (1 box)
The Cuba Self-loading Cane Truck Corporation was a project company created to develop a labor reducing truck for use in cane fields. The project was undertaken at the Central Manati. The records consist of a journal, ledger, tax information, and several balance sheets.
Series 77: Cuba Sugar Finance and Export Corporation. Records 1921-1928
1 linear foot (3 boxes)
The records in this series are from the New York office of the corporation. Included in the series are copies of minutes, in Spanish, of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee, correspondence, and various financial records.
Series 77 contains records of the Cuba Sugar Finance and Export Corporation, a company created in 1921 to expedite the sale of surplus Cuban sugars after the disastrous market collapse known as "The Dance of the Millions." The corporation was organized after the establishment of the Sugar Finance Committee. (See narrative for Record Group 2 for additional information on the committee.) Of the 10,000 shares in the initial subscription issued by the company one half were owned by the Czarnikow-Rionda Company or companies affiliated to it. The company was organized under the laws of Cuba, but the principal business was conducted in the company's New York office.
1Minutes, in Spanish, with English abstracts. 1921-1922
1Report on accounts. 1922
1Daily balances and loan statements. May-July 1921
1Correspondence. 1921-1923
1Correspondence with A.S. de Bustamante, Lawrence Crosby, Aurelio.
1Portuondo, E.H. Costello, and Havana office. 1921-1924
1Correspondence with A.S. de Bustamante. 1921-1924
114 documents re Cuba Sugar Finance and Export Corp. 1922-1923
1Correspondence, (folder #1). 1924-1925
2Correspondence, (folder #2). 1924-1925
2Unidentified correspondence. 1924-1928
3Letterbooks 1 and 2. 1921-1922
Series 21: Cuban Trading Company. Balance sheets 1917-1955
1 linear foot (1 box)
Series 21 contains balance sheets, and other audit materials, compiled by the Cuban Trading Company's accountants.
Series 72: Czarnikow-Rionda Sugars Company, Inc. Refined Sugar Division. Records 1965-1967
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
The series contains documents related to Czarnikow-Rionda's acquisition of the refined sugar business of Olavarria and Company and other records related to the scope and activities of the new company. Several documents shed light on the collapse of Galban, Lobo.
In 1966, the Czarnikow-Rionda Company acquired the remaining inventory of refined sugar held by Olavarria and Company, a subsidiary of its principal rival, Galban, Lobo and Company. The staff of Olavarria's Refined Sugar Dept. joined Czarnikow-Rionda Sugars Company, Inc., a subsidiary of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company, to manage the company's Refined Sugar Division. The Division purchased refined sugar direct from refineries for resale to wholesale brokers.
Series 46: The Kenaf Corporation. Minutes 1951-1962
0.3 linear feet (2 volumes)
The Kenaf Corporation was established in the 1950s to cultivate kenaf and process kenaf fiber. The kenaf fiber was to be used primarily in the manufacture of sugar bags. The project was supported by the Export-Import Bank and shares for the company were owned by Czarnikow-Rionda and the Francisco, Manati, and Cespedes sugar companies. The processing plant was located at the Central Manati.
1Minutes. 1951-1957
2Minutes. 1958-1962
Series 51: The Kenaf Corporation. Records 1951-1963
1.25 linear feet (3 boxes)
Series 51 contains the administrative files of Michael J. P. Malone who served as vice president and, later, president of The Kenaf Corporation. The files document the company's initial efforts to cultivate kenaf and produce a viable kenaf fiber in the early 1950s. The company switched to cattle feed operations after the kenaf experiments failed. Also included in the series are several reports on the potential of kenaf production in Cuba and Haiti and the proceedings of the World Conference on Kenaf held in Havana in October 1958.
1Administrative Correspondence.
1Analysis of Seed and Fiber Cost (Cespedes, Manati, Francisco).
1Audits.
1Beeson, Dr. William M.
1Cachaza Feed Burrus Mills.
1Claim for Confiscated Cuban Properties. 1960
1Compania Azucarera Cespedes Correspondence.
1Conference Data.
1Copy of Contract between C. Rionda and Kenaf Corp. 1952
1Documents.
1Dryer.
1Dryer Brothers.
1Dryer, Joseph Cuba.
2Equipment Correspondence.
2Feed Plant.
2Fiber.
2Formula Correspondence and Quotes. 1959
2Formula Correspondence and Quotes. 1958
2Francisco Sugar Company Correspondence.
2General Reports.
2Havana Cuba Correspondence.
2Investment Potential of the Kenaf Industry in Haiti.
2Kenaf in Cuba (removed to Series 22 Photographs).
2Kenaf Seed for Cattle Feed Reports.
2Manati Cuba Correspondence.
3Manati Sugar Corporation Correspondence.
3Monthly Trial Balance Cuba.
3North Atlantic Kenaf Corporation.
3Parish, Roy E. Georgia.
Series 67: The Kenaf Corporation. Financial records 1951-1962
0.3 linear feet (4 volumes)
Series 67 contains the journals, ledgers, and cashbooks of the Kenaf Corporation.
1Journal.
2Ledger.
3Cashbook #1.
4Cashbook #2.
Series 68: Latin-American Trading Company. Records 1936-1941
3.5 linear feet (7 boxes and 2 volumes)
The series contains correspondence, minutes, purchase and sales records, balance sheets, and a ledger for 1937.
The Latin American Trading Company was incorporated in 1936 in Delaware and engaged in business operations identical to those of Czarnikow-Rionda and the Cuban Trading Company. In fact, all of the Latin American's clients were clients of Czarnikow-Rionda. All of the Latin American's sugar purchases were resold to Czarnikow-Rionda. Employees of Czarnikow-Rionda and the Cuban Trading Company served as officers and board members of the Latin American Trading Company, but none appear to have been executive officers or board members of Czarnikow-Rionda. The company was dissolved in 1941. Another LATCo was formed as a Cuban corporation in 1942. A reason for the company's existence is not known. It was during these years, though, that Czarnikow-Rionda was faced with its most severe financial crisis, and the Latin American Trading Company may have been formed to replace Czarnikow-Rionda in the event of the latter's collapse.
1Ledger. 1937
2Minutes. 1936-1941
1Correspondence. 1936-1937
2Correspondence. 1937-1939
3Correspondence. 1939-1940
4Correspondence. 1940-1941
5Balance sheets: Purchases and re-sales to C-R. 1936-1939
6Balance sheets: Purchases and re-sales to C-R. 1939-1941
6Balance sheets: Receivables.
6Legal records.
6Draft minutes.
7Pulled from miscellaneous files of Henry George Atkinson. Includes documents on origins of LATCo and several documents, related to new LATCo. 1946-1953
Series 69: W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company. Records of the Secretary 1920-1944
0.9 linear feet (2 boxes)
This series contains records of the secretary of the W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company. It includes a chronologically arranged file, 1920-1942, of records related to meetings of the company's board of directors. Each meeting is documented by a meeting notice and, in most cases, the current financial statement or a schedule of general expenses. Other attachments such as agendas, dividend declarations, and annual statements may be present. Also included in the series are lists of stockholders for 1932, 1935, and 1944.
1Duties of secretary.
1Board meeting records. 1920-1936
2Board meeting records. 1937-1942
2Stockholders lists. 1932, 1935, and 1944
Series 74: W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company. Records of the Vice-President 1928-1945
5.4 linear feet (13 boxes)
Series 74 contains the administrative records of Louis V. Place, Jr., a vice president in the W. J. McCahan Suagr Refining and Molasses Company. Boxes 1-6 of the series contain general correspondence arranged chronologically and, in some cases, by subject matter. The contents of box 7 were discovered apart from the other files in this series and consist primarily of records related to Plac's participation in the War Labor Board during World War II. Boxes 8-10 consist of letter files for the years 1943-1944 arranged first by year and then alphabetically by the correspondents' names. Box 11 contains Plac's memoranda and notes on meetings of the executive committee, board of directors, and enforcement committee of the Sugar Institute from January 1929 to June 1931. They provide an unusually detailed picture of the Institute's activities and motivations. Boxes 12-13 contain correspondence related to the Sugar Research Foundation for the years 1943 through 1945. The Foundation records document Plac's participation in the Committee on Education primarily, although records of a more general nature are evident.
Among the correspondents in this series were industry leaders such as Ody Lamborn, Horace Havemeyer, Ellsworth Bunker, and Earl Babst. Lawrence Crosby, of the law firm of Sullivan and Cromwell, figures prominently in the correspondence. Manuel Enrique Rionda, a vice president in the Czarnikow-Rionda Company of New York City, was the president of McCahan during this time period. Letters between Plac and the corporate headquarters in New York take up most of the series. The topics discussed in the correspondence include trade negotiations between Cuba and the United States, the sugar tariff, labor conditions in the industry, New Deal and wartime government measures, and public relations. The management of the refinery is, of course, a major topic. Letters of a personal nature are also found.
Louis V. Plac, Jr. was the executive vice president of the McCahan Sugar Company of Philadelphia throughout the 1930s and until the company was sold to the American Sugar Refinery in 1944. In 1945, Plac was made a vice president in the Czarnikow-Rionda Company. During his tenure at McCahan, Plac was active in the sugar refining industry's trade organizations. He was a member of the executive committee of the Sugar Institute and later helped initiate the Sugar Research Foundation. During World War II, he served on the Industry Panel of Region IV of the National War Labor Board.
1M. E. Rionda: Improvements and cooperation. Sanding sugar, barrel weights, sugar liquors.
1M. E. Rionda: Improvements and cooperation. Attitude of refinery towards improvement of product.
1M.E. Rionda: Complaints. 1928-1931
1M.E. Rionda: Complaints; course sugar. 1928-1931
1M.E. Rionda: Complaints; grain size and softs.
1M.E. Rionda: Costs, melts. 1930-1931
2General correspondence (3 folders). 1932-1934
2Proposed labor code. 1933-1934
2United States-Cuban sugar negotiations. 1933-1934
2General correspondence. 1935-1936
3General correspondence. 1937-1938
4Labor matters. 1938
4General correspondence (4 folders). 1939
5General corespondence (5 folders). 1940
5War Production Board: Sugar Cane Refining Industry Activity Committee; other matters relating to the Office of Price Administration. 1942-1943
6Defense Supplies Corporation; War Shipping Administration; War Labor Board. 1942-1944
6Office of Price Administration; War Food Administration. 1943-1944
6USDA-Commodity Credit Corporation; U.S. House of Representatives, 78th Congress, Select Committee on Small Business. 1943-1944
6USDA-Commodity Credit Corporation; War Shipping Administration. 1943-1944
6Walsh-Healy Public Contract Act. 1942-1943
7War Labor Board (3 folders). 1943-1945
7Grocery Manufacturers of America: regarding A and P case. 1944
7Commodity Credit Corporation-stevedore contract. 1943-1944
8A-C : Crock, Norman. 1943
8D: Foundation [Sugar Research]: Establishment and Incorporation. 1943
8D: Foundation [Sugar Research]. 1943 May-August
8D: Foundation [Sugar Research]:. 1943 September-November
8G-M (7 folders). 1943
8Manikins, Walter. 1943
9G-M McCahan. 1943
9O-R (3 folders). 1943
9Rionda, M.E. 1943
9S-Z (5 folders). 1943
9A-C (3 folders). 1944
9Crock, Norman. 1944
9D-G (4 folders). 1944
9Grocers and Importers Exchange. 1944
9Grocery Trade Golf Association. 1944
9H-L (5 folders). 1944
10Lagemann, Eric and Walter. 1944
10M. 1944
10Manati Sugar Company. 1944
10Manikins, Walter. 1944
10McCahan. 1944
10N-R (4 folders). 1944
10Rionda, M.E. 1944
10S-W (4 folders). 1944
11Sugar Institute, memoranda and notes of meetings. January 17, 1929-June 15, 1931
11Sugar Institute--Reorganization and closing. 1936
11Sugar Research Foundation : Abbott, Joseph F. 1945
11Sugar Research Foundation : Budget. 1944-1945
11Sugar Research Foundation : Clippings, publicity etc. 1944-1945
12Sugar Research Foundation : Committees. 1943
12Sugar Research Foundation : Committee on Education. 1944
12Sugar Research Foundation : Committee on Education (3 folders). Jan.-Oct. 1945
12Sugar Research Foundation : Committee on Education. Nov.-Dec. 1945
13Sugar Research Foundation : Hockett, Robert.
13Sugar Research Foundation : Lamborn, Ody. 1943-1945
13Sugar Research Foundation : Meeting minutes and reports. 1943-1945
13Sugar Research Foundation : Miscellaneous. 1943-1945
13Sugar Research Foundation : Portuondo, Aurelio. 1945
13Sugar Research Foundation : Public relations. 1943
Series 76: W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company. Records 1920-1946
1 linear foot (3 boxes)
Series 76 contains miscellaneous records related to the operations of the W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company of Philadelphia. The greater part of the series is taken up with negotiations between the company and the United Sugar Workers Union. Other records include correspondence from the early 1920s, balance sheets, and records related to the sale of the refinery to the American Sugar Refining Company in 1944. After the sale, the refinery operated under the name of The Philadelphia Refining Company.
1Correspondence. 1920-1926
1Balance sheets. 1926-1944
1List of directors and officers. 1920
1Appropriations account. 1938-1943
1Records related to sugar processing tax and refund. 1935-1940
2Labor negotiations. 1937-1944
2U.S. Maritime Commission--wages of water boys. 1946
3Documents related to the sale of the company. 1944
Series 29: The New Tuinuc Sugar Company, Inc. Records 1921-1952
2.3 linear feet (6 boxes)
This series contains limited records from the company's New York office. Included are records of Central Tuinucu for the 1951 harvest, records of the La Vega Division for the 1952 harvest, and records of the Compaa Destiladora Paraiso for 1943-1949. Added to this series are annual reports and financial statements from the 1920s for the Tuinucu Sugar Company.
The Tuinuc Sugar Company was established in 1891 and operated the Central Tuinuc near the city of Sancti Spiritus. Close to the mill were the lands and mill (Central La Vega) of the Compaa Agricola Guayos. In 1951, the two companies merged and became the New Tuinuc Sugar Company. Guayos became the La Vega Division of the new company. The company also operated an alcohol distillery, the Destiladora Paraso.
1Tuinucu Sugar Company. 1951
1Services received.
1Services sent.
1Estate office letters.
2Copies of letters written by estate.
2Reorganization plan.
2New Tuinucu Sugar Company.
2Letters A-Z.
2Czarnikow-Rionda.
2Insurance.
2Bulk sugar shipments.
2Memoranda sent.
3Memoranda received.
3Herman Goldman.
3Rainfall data.
3Rainfall stimulation.
3Copies of letters from Havana office.
3Miscellaneous.
3Cuban Trading Company.
3Letters from Havana office to NY office.
3Ramirez y Maxwell.
3Rionda, Jose Andres.
3Tusco Sugar Company.
3Payroll.
3Tuinucu and La Vega sugar contracts.
3Daily reports.
4Daily record of cane ground (listed by colono).
4US-Cuban Sugar Council.
4Tuinucu Sugar Company, Annual reports and financial statements. 1921-1927
4Compaa Destiladora Paraso. 1948-1949
4Estate office request letters. 1949
4Copies of letters written by estate office. 1949
4Manufacturing reports. 1948
4Compaa Destiladora Paraso. 1948-1949
4Minutes. 1943-1948
4Estate office letters. 1948
5Annual reports. 1947-1949
5Proposal covering improvements. 1949
5Annual balance sheet. 1944
5Financial statements, August-December. 1949
5New Tuinucu Sugar Company. La Vega Division (Guayos). 1952
5Miscellaneous.
5Daily report cane ground.
5Estate office request letters.
5Accident data.
5Estado diario de movimiento de azcar.
5Manufacturing reports.
5Gastos diarios, January-June.
6Gastos diarios, July December.
6Estado diario de caa molido.
Series 44: Red Rock of South America, Inc. Records 1946-1953
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
The series includes the certificate of incorporation, audits, and minutes of Red Rock of South America and the financial statements of the Red Rock Cola Bottling Company of Cuba.
Red Rock of South America was incorporated in 1946 to bottle and distribute the Red Rock brand of beverages in South American countries. Red Rock sodas were distributed in Venezuela, Panama, Trinidad, Puerto Rico and Cuba. The Red Rock Cola Bottling Company of Cuba was located in Sancti Spiritus. Red Rock of South America ceased operations in 1952 and the Cuban bottling plant in 1953.
Series 43: Regla Coal Company. Records 1911-1935
3 linear feet (10 volumes)
Series 43 contains the cash books, payment and receipt books, and journals of the Regla Coal Company.
The Regla Coal Company was formed in 1911 as a collaborative venture between the Czarnikow-Rionda Company and the United Railways of the Havana and Regla Warehouses. The company exported coal to Cuba. Prior to 1911, the Berwind White Coal Company held a virtual monopoly on coal exports to Cuba. In addition to Cuba's public railroads, coal was also used in sugar mills and in the private railway systems employed by the sugar companies. The name Regla refers to Havana's port and warehouse district where the company had it storage facilities. The company was later renamed the Regla Coal and Oil Company. (See Series 40 for later records.)
1Cash. 1911-1912
2Journal #1 (odd months). 1911-1914
3Journal #2 (even months). 1911-1914
4Cash payments #1. 1912-1914
5Cash receipts #2. 1912-1914
6Cash book #1. 1914-1916
7Journal #3. 1914-1918
8Cash book #2. 1916-1918
9Cash book #3. 1918-1924
10Cash book #4. 1924-1935
Series 40: Regla Coal and Oil Company. Records 1940-1959
0.7 linear feet (2 boxes)
Series 40 contains administrative records from the offices of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company related to the Regla Coal and Oil Company. The Regla Coal and Oil Company was the successor to the Regla Coal Company. Regla Coal and Oil was a Cuban corporation which imported and distributed oil and coal. With the exception of a handful of letters from an earlier period, the documents in this series were created during the last five years of the company's existence. The records appear to have originated in the office of Vice President Michael Malone. (See Series 63 for other Malone records.) The series documents the company's business activities and provides substantial information on the reconstruction of the company's wharf and facilities in the Regla warehouse district of Havana.
1Administrative. 1957-1959
1Coal.
1Consorcio Havana Coal and Regla.
1Contracts.
1Contract warehouse construction at Regla.
1Correspondence Mr. Charles Fanjul, Alfonso Fanjul. 1956-1957
1Correspondence, (copies of letters). 1940-1952
1Customer R. Diaz and Co.
1Customer- Eiroa Terminal.
1Customer- Hershey.
1Customer Mosanto Chemical Co.
1Customer Sinclair.
1Customer Texas Company.
1Dimension Layout of Regla Co.
2Estate of W.E. Ogilvie.
2Evaluation of Land in Havana Area.
2Ferrocarriles Occidentales de Cuba, S.A.
2Ferrocarriles Unidos de la Habana.
2General.
2J. Henry Schroder Banking Corporation.
2New Customer Extractora Cubana de Aceites Veg.
2Operations.
2P and L Statements (to June 30, 1959).
2Possible Accounts Republic Steel Corporation.
2Reconstruction Wharf.
2Statements Regla Coal and Oil.
2Weekly Reports.
Addendum 1887-1984
16 boxes, 4 folio cases, and approximately 300 separate items
In addition to the administrative records described in the four record groups, the Braga Brothers Collection contains memorabilia, photographs, maps and plans, memoirs, genealogical materials, and family correspondence that fall outside the parameters of the record groups. Some of the addendum materials were donated by the Braga family subsequent to the original gift in 1981 and were not described in the initial collection finding guides. Included in the later donations were the memoir, entitled "A Bundle of Relations", of George Atkinson Braga and correspondence of George Braga's mother, Margaret Atkinson Braga. Of special interest in the papers of Margaret Braga are the accounts by her sister, Anne Risely, of life at the Central Francisco in 1904. Included in the personal papers of Bernardo Braga, Record Group 3, Series 8, are recollections of his youth in Spain and his business career.
The photograph series contains images of people, places, and activities associated with the collection. Some photographs were pulled from other series and are identified accordingly. Most, though, were found separate from the records and many were added to the collection in 1993 with the personal papers of Bernardo Braga and George Braga. The latter include many photographs of family members as well as employees of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company and the Cuban Trading Company. Also evident in the photograph series are images of the cane fields and mills of the Manati and Francisco sugar companies. The series also contains aerial photograpahic maps of Manati and Francisco. Additional photographs from the estate of Elena Doty Angus were purchased in 2009.
Maps and plans are described in series30 Series 30. Most of the materials in this series were pulled from the files of Manuel Rionda y Polledo, but other items were not identified as part of an existing series. The maps document several areas of Cuba including the property holdings of Francisco and Manati. Maps of both sugar companies are also found in Series 83 and Series 45. In addition, Series 30 contains maps of the areas around the Tuinucu Sugar Company, the Cespedes Sugar Company, and the Tacajo Sugar Company. Also included in Series 30 are maps of the warehouse districts of Matanzas and Tunas del Zaza and more general maps of Cuba depicting the location of sugar mills.
The memorabilia and artifact series was derived largely from materials found in records series. Many of the objects were selected as possible display items. Among the items in the series are stock certificates, business and calling cards, decorative business stationery, and objects illustrative of the sugar industry such as warehouse receipts, identity certificates, and laboratory reports.
The addendum contains six series.
series17 Series 17: Papers of Margaret Atkinson Braga and Anne Atkinson Risely, 1901-1921
series20 Series 20: Memorabilia and artifacts
series22 Series 22: Photographs, 1887-1960
series23 Series 23: Family history and genealogy
Series 24: Memoir of George A. Braga entitled "A Bundle of Relations"
Series 30: Maps and plans, 1900-1951
Series 17: Papers of Margaret Atkinson Braga and Anne Atkinson Risely 1901-1921
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
This series contains letters, poems, and keepsakes received by Margaret (Maud) Atkinson Braga. Most of the letters are from her brothers and sisters and her husband, Bernardo Braga Rionda. Of special note, are the materials from her sister, Anne (Nan) Atkinson Risely (Mrs. Wallace Risely), including an unpublished manuscript describing the land and people at the Central Francisco in Guayabal, Cuba in 1904 where Wallace Risely and Higinio Fanjul briefly operated the Colonia Esperanza.
Series 20: Memorabilia and artifacts 1883-1965
4 boxes and 5 volumes
The Braga Brothers Collection contains cultural materials that cannot be described adequately as archival record. As these items are found, they are separated from their original records series and described here. Materials chosen for this series include ephemera such as railroad passes and bank checks, stock certificates of companies, memorabilia associated with the Braga and Rionda families, and historical artifacts such as company seals and ink stamps.
Researchers are encouraged to suggest materials for this series.
1#2. Blank "Sugar Despatch Statement" Cuban Trading Co. Not dated
1#3. Ticket stubs from Cuban railroads.
1#4. "Cuenta a Cobrar" for special train carrying Manuel Rionda and entourage on the Cuba Railroad. 1919
1#5. 128 common and preferred stock certificates for the Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation. 1929
1#6. Advertisements for the West India Fruit and Steamship Company's Florida-Havana Railroad Car Ferry Service.
1#7. One issue of Gordejuela published by Jos Arechabla, S.A. of Cardenas. 1941
1#8. 3 stock certificates of the Aldecress Corp. 1928
1#9. 10 stock certificates of the Riovista Land Corp.
1#10. 2 stock certificates of the Indian Head, Inc.
1#11. 2 stock certificates of the Bagasse Products Corp.
1#12. Lottery book for the Republica de Cuba Hospitals Fund.
1#13. 1 stock certificate for the Abbott School of Farmington, Maine; 1917 Commencement program, Abbott song. 1917
1#15. Jai-alai program and 3 quiniela tickets, Havana. 1919
1#16. Drafts and receipts of various Cuban sugar companies. 1876-1877
1#18. Stationery of people and companies associated with the Braga Bros. Collection.
1#19. Cargo vessel bills of lading and contracts.
1#21. Broadside, Junta Patriotica Espaola. 1896
1#22. Manati Sugar Co., stock certificates.
1#23. Francisco Sugar Co., stock certificates.
1#24. Testimonials for Manuel Rionda y Polledo.
1#25. Menu, speakers list, and dinner committee for dinner in honor of General Gerardo Machado, Hotel Astor. April 22, 1925
1#29. 3 package labels for San Juan Bautista Aguas Minerales, Caney del Sitio Palma Soriano, Oriente, Cuba.
1#31. Data tables for Hawaiian sugar mills. 1917
1#33. Christmas telegrams, cards, etc.
1#34. Announcements on cards.
1#14a. Receipts Cuba newspaper. 1898
1#14b. Receipts Antigua de Mendy.
1#14c. Receipts Siveira, Linares, y Cia. 1920
1#14d. Receipts Hotel Manati. 1925
1#14e. Receipts Mid'Day Club. 1922
1#14f. Receipts Gran Paris Hotel, Matanzas. 1919
1#14g. Receipts Hotel Inglaterra, Havana. 1921
1#14h. Receipts Hotel "La Union". 1925
1#14i. Receipts Hotel "Venus", Santiago de Cuba. 1925
1#14j. Receipts Hotel "Plaza", Camagey. 1923
1#14k. Receipts El Country Club de la Habana. 195?
1#28a. Checkbooks and draftbooks Bank of Cuba in New York.
1#28b. Checkbooks and draftbooks Banco Mercantil Americano de Cuba.
2#17. Member's cards, NY Coffee and Sugar Exchange, Bernardo Braga Rionda/Louis Plac. 1939/1947
2#26. Manuel Rionda's railroad passes (31). 1925-1928
2#30. Notebook embossed "W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Co." with sugar related data.
2#39. "Dollar Night" tickets for sugar workers in Philadelphia. 1940
2#48. 2 Tarjetas de Turista. 1958
2#52. 2 season passes to use the Lake and park at Riovista. 1929
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards of corporate officers, politicians, family members, other interesting cards Mario G. Menocal.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Henry Havemeyer.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Ramiro Guerra.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Earl Babst.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Cayetano de Quesada--Consul of Cuba.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Reed Clark.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Carlos Manuel de Cspedes.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Santiago Rey--Representante por las Villas.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Aurelio Portuondo--Cuban delegate to the Int. Sugar Conference.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Aurelio Portuondo--VP CTCo.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Alfonso J. Fanjul.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Leonardo Tariche--Quimico del Central Lugareo.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Gomez, Rionda and Co.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Jos Manuel Casanova--Senador por Oriente.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards El Marqus de Aldama.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Higinio Fanjul.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Czarnikow, MacDougall.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Gordon Rentschler.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Bernardo Braga Rionda.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Jos B. Rionda.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Manuel Rionda.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Leandro J. Rionda.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Elena Rionda.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Esperanza Rionda.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards George A. Braga.
2#35a. Calling and Business Cards Manuel E. Rionda.
2#35b. Calling and Business Cards 19th Century cards.
2#35d. Copper plates for Joaquin Rionda's cards.
2#40a. Ink stamps Francisco Sugar Co.--President.
2#40b. Ink stamps Washington Sugar Co.--Vice President.
2#40c. Ink stamps Rionda, Benjamin 6 Old Slip, New York.
3#20. Cuba Cane Products, Inc. common stock certificate and 20 year gold debenture. 1931
3#37. 13 reprint copies of "The Story of Sugar" in the Journal of Commerce and Commercial Bulletin, by Manuel Rionda. January 2, 1912
3#56. School diploma, Central Manati.
3#57. 3 specimens of Manati 20 year sinking fund bond with coupon sheet.
3#27a. Manuel Rionda's notebooks taken to Cuba. 1909
3#27b. Manuel Rionda's notebooks taken to Cuba. 1911
3#27c. Manuel Rionda's notebooks taken to Cuba. 1913
3#27d. Manuel Rionda's notebooks taken to Cuba. 1914
3#35c. Misc. and duplicates.
3#53a. Principio de Molienda, Zafra de 193__, Central Tuinucu.
3#53b. Contrato de arrendamiento, venta y molienda de cana.
4#36. Blank Identity Certificates from the Instituto Cubano de Estabilizacin del Azcar, 1957 Harvest (one for each category). 1957
4#38. Engraved invitation to the opening of the Cuban Pavillion at the New York World's Fair. 1939
4#42. Friendship bonds from the Comite Acera del Louvre "To see the political and economic alliance of Cuba and the United States become a reality". 1939
4#43. Irrevocable credit invoices (5) from different banks. 1955-1956
4#44. 3 stock certificates of the Harvester Corp. 1929
4#45. 3 warehouse receipts. 1952
4#46. 8 license certificates from the New York Coffee and Sugar Exchange.
4#47. Daily laboratory reports for April 27-28, 1960 of the Central Francisco. 1960
4#49. Ticket book, Friends of Free Cuba Dinner for the Liberation of Cuba. 1961
4#50. II National Front Escambray, Voluntary Contribution.
4#51. 5 sample stock certificates of the W.J. McCahan Sugar Refining and Molasses Company.
4#55. 8 retail sugar bags. ca.1965
4#58. 2 Cuba Sugar Finance and Export certificates.
4#59. Certificate Corporacin Exportadora Nacional de Azcar.
4#41. Lottery, list of winning numbers [Stored with maps]. May 18, 1946
#32Records of the Aoidimos Club, a glee club for members and friends of the Clarke and Rionda families. 1896-1898
#60Warehouse receipt book, Cia. General Cubana de Almacenes Publicos. 1937
#28cCheckbooks and draftbooks Banco Nacional de Cuba.
#28dCheckbooks and draftbooks A. Wolf and Co.
#28eCheckbooks and draftbooks Rionda, Benjamin and Co.
Series 22: Photographs 1887-1960
10 boxes, 4 folio cases, and 18 oversized prints
Series 22 contains photographic materials. The first part of the series consists of photographs found in the original accession and separated from other series in the collection. Most were pulled from series in Record Group 4 and Series 10 in Record Group 2. The series includes two photographic studies of cane growth, one done at Manati and the other at Francisco, and aerial maps of the properties of the Manati Sugar Company and the Francisco Sugar Company. The latter were created in 1952 when both companies initiated cattle operations. The maps indicate cane fields, rail lines, pastures, mill and port facilities, and property occupied by squatters. The map of the Francisco properties includes mosaic enlargements. Of special note are photographs of a cellulose factory at the Central Tuinucu in the 1920s. There are also scrapbooks depicting reconstruction of the Regla piers in Havana, reforestation projects at several plantations, kenaf production, and loading operations at Guayabal.
In 1992, additional photographs were donated by the Braga Family. These are contained in Box 6 and include photographs of people and buildings at the Central Tuinucu in 1905. Also included were many images of Bernardo Braga and his son, George Braga, photographs taken at Rio Vista, more photographs of Manati, Tuinucu, and Francisco, and family photographs taken at Varadero in the late 1940s.
In 2009, the Libraries purchased a collection of photographs from Crown Collectibles in Richmond, Virginia. The collection came from the estate of Elena Doty Angus, daughter of Oliver Keese Doty and Elena Rionda Doty, and consists of three albums and loose photographs. Elena Rionda Doty (Nenita) was the daughter of Francisco Rionda Y Polledo and Elena de la Torriente. Oliver Doty was an administrator at the Tuinucu Sugar Company where he served as manager for many years. (See correspondence in Series 1 and Series 10.)
The Doty collection consists of three albums as well as loose photographs. The first album is entitled "Album of Francisco Rionda y Torriente, Brooklyn, New York, December 24, 1894." Francisco, also known as Panchito, was the oldest child of Francisco Rionda y Polledo. He died in 1943. An inscription on the back of one photo indicates that Elena Doty Angus identified some of the people on November 2, 1960. Items 1-18 were found in the first album when the collection was purchased in 2009. Some of the earlier loose photographs may have been part of the first album and later removed.
The second album begins shortly after the birth of Elena Doty (Angus) who is shown with her mother and maternal grandmother. On the second page she appears with her father, Oliver Keese Doty. Yisdora Rionda y Polledo also appears frequently as does as an Afro-Cuban woman who presumably was Elena's nurse. Elena's brother John is frequently seen. The earliest photographs were taken at the Central Tuinucu. In the summers, the family is often depicted at Sandisfield, Massachusetts. Other locations include Alpine, New Jersey, at Manuel Rionda's Riovista estate on the Hudson. Manuel Rionda is also seen in photographs taken at Tuinucu where he visited during the sugar harvests. After 1919, Elena is more frequently depicted outside Cuba.
Album three begins in 1923. By then Elena was living primarily in the United States, but she made regular trips to Cuba. She also visited Rio Vista several times. In many photographs, Elena is often shown with children of her own age but they are rarely identified. There is a strange and interesting photograph of Manuel Rionda with a group of girls where he is holding a calf. During one visit to Riovista in 1928, Placido Alonso, Jr. (Placidito) is identified. There is also a photograph of him at age 2. Of special note is a group of photographs taken at "cousin Higinio's place" in 1929. Higinio Fanjul's son Alfonso is shown. On another page, Elena appears in Tunas del Zaza on a boat named Elena IV. There are many shots of Tuinucu as well as the city of Sancti Spiritus. There are several photos taken at a beach at Manati. There are two pages from 1931 depicting Tuinucu and Sancti Spiritus that are out of order. The later pages depict Elena at school at Choate and Sweet Briar College. There are also photos of the Trinity Pawling School that her brother John attended.
There are many group shots of family outings in albums 2 and 3, but the photographs almost never identify individuals.
Photographs Separated from Other Series
1Advertisement for Athey Tractor Company.
1Bagasse--Proposed Paper Plant. 1945
1Barrie y Bastida, Bernardo, Letters. 1921; 1935
1Beet Factories, Western States.
1Bowerman, Herbert. 1921-1927
1Bulk #1.
1Bulk #2.
1Celulosa Cubana, S.A.
1Central Cespedes. 1958
1Central Elia Flood Damage. 1959
1Cespedes. Barro, Antonio.
1Clarke, John V. 1928-1929
1Colonia El Sol (de Arias).
1Colonia El Toro, Campo #65.
1Colonia El Toro, campo #88.
1Colonia El Toro 2, campo #1.
1Colonia El Toro 2, campo #80.
1Cononia El Toro 2, campo #101.
1Colonia El Toto 2, campo #103.
1Colonia El Toro 2, campos #40, #66, #68.
1Colonia Federal, campo 17.
1Colonia Federal, campo #53.
1Colonia Isabel Rosa, campo mas malo.
1Federal 2 Campo #11.
2Federal 2, campo #64.
2Francisco, Financial Arrangement with Cuban Trading Company.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November 1945 colonia cane growth study--Colonia Buenaventura.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November 1945 colonia can growth study. Colonia Buenaventura.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November 1945. colonia cane growth study. Colonia Charco Pierda.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November 1945, colonia cane growth study. Colonia Charco Pierda, campo mejor.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November, 1945. colonia cane growth study. Colonia El Sol, campo mejor.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November 1945, colonia cane growth study. Colonial El Toro, Campo 91.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November 1945, colonia cane growth study. Colonia Federal, Campo #15.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November 1945. colonia cane growth study. Colonia Federal, campo #54.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November 1945, colonia cane growth study. Colonia Federal, campo 70.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November 1945, colonia cane growth study. Colonia Isabel Rosa, campo mejor.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November 1945. colonia cane growth study. Colonia LaPerla.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November, 1945. colonia cane growth study. Colonia La Perla, bolas and campo peor.
2Francisco Sugar Company, July-November, 1945. colonia cane growth study--Federal 2, campo #1.
2From the desk of Manuel Rionda.
2Luce Cane Harvester.
2Manati, cane planted in July and cane planted in October; cane carts. 1921
2Manati, colonia canefields showing height of cane relative to a man, #1. 1920-1921
2Manati, colonia canefields showing height of cane relative to a man #2. 1920-1921
2Manati. Railroad cane cars.
2Manati Tractors, cultivators, and plows. 1924
2Manati, Steamer "Manati".
3Manati, Suris, Jose M., Manati Port re: his position.
3Manati, Ulzurrun, E. D. de. 1922
3Manati, Ulzurrun, E.D. de. 1928-1929
3Manati Sugar Company. 1918-1919
3Central Manati. 1919-1920
3Molasses Trading Company Corpus Christi, Texas. 1956
3Navieras de Navas, S. A.
3Norea, Austurias, Spain. Alonso, Pedro. Correspondence, re: "Fundacion" school and proposed water supply system.
3Pictorial History of the Reconstruction of the Regla Pier #1.
3Pictorial History of the Reconstruction of the Regla Pier #2.
3Rionda.
3Rionda, Francisco.
3Rionda, Manuel, Citizenship--Intention to become a United States citizen.
3de la Roza, Joaquin.
3"Santa Amalia", Mortgage Fanjul Higinio.
3Trading or Selling Departments.
3Trading or Selling Departments (negatives).
3Tuinucu. 1921
3Tuinucu, Canes, New Varieties of. 1927
3Ulzurrun, Antonio Diez de. 1923-1926
3Unidentified.
3Warehouses.
4Aerial mapping of the Francisco Sugar Company properties.
5Aerial mapping of the Francisco Sugar Company properties.
5Scrapbook: Kenaf in Cuba.
5Scrapbook: Embarque de azucar a granel en el vapor Ingles Parima por el subpuerto de Guayabal, June 23-July 2, 1955.
5Scrapbook: Proyecto de repoblacion forestal (Includes images of centrals Baragua, Mercedes, Alava, Steward, and Manati.
5Oversized prints of unidentified mill and train station.
Photographs Added in 1992
6Abbott School.
6Azqueta, Lian and Norberto.
6Becerra.
6Braga, Bernardo.
6Braga, Bibiana and Jose.
6Braga, George.
6Braga, Bernardo and son George.
6Compania General Cubana de Almacenes Publicos, Matanzas (slides). 1958
6Company outings at Riovista.
6Cousins, Manolo Rionda, Cosme de la Torriente, Pepe Rionda, Leandro Rionda, Bernardo Braga. 1891
6Czarnikow-Rionda Co. Wall Street Office.
6Doty, Elena Rionda. "Tia Nita" in New Jersey.
6Fanjul, Alfy and Tina.
6Fanjul, Higinio (see also Groups, identified).
6Fernandez, Joaquin.
6Francisco, Central (?).
6Francisco-Guayabal.
6Groups (identified).
6Groups (some identification).
6Groups (no identification).
6Kenaf Corporation.
6Manati.
6Manati Schools.
6Regla pier.
6Regla storm damage. 1960
6Rionda, Harriett.
6Rionda, Manuel and Harriett.
6Rionda, Manuel Enrique.
6Riovista Trinity Lutheran Church outing. 1927
6Sancti Spiritus Asilo Ancianos.
6Sugar being unloaded at Terminal Warehouse, Baltimore. 1941
6Tuinucu, Batey, mill renovations, views. 1905-1906
6Tuinucu, People (Pepe Rionda, Bernardo Braga, Sivestre Rionda, Nicasio Fernandez). 1905-1906
6Tuinucu. ca. 1950
6Tuinucu River.
6Unidentified people in Cuba.
6Unidentified people in Cuba (social gatherings).
6Unidentified people at Rio Vista.
6Varadero large prints.
6Varadero small prints.
7Negatives. Includes glass plates found with papers of MER.
Elena Doty Angus Addition, 1887-1938
8Album 1. Album of Francisco Rionda y Torriente, Brooklyn, New York, December 24, 1894 (items 1-18).
#1. Francisco S. Rionda, 18 years of age, December 1894. (A photo of Francisco Rionda y Torriente. )
#2. Jose B. Rionda, 16 years, December 1894. Panchito's oldest brother also know as Pepe.
#3. Three children. Taken in Savannah, Georgia, 1892. The oldest is Salvador Rionda. The girl is his sister, Esperanza, the youngest of the Rionda children. The infant cannot be identified.
#4. Elena de la Torriente de Rionda with son, Francisco. No date. Photograph taken in Matanzas.
#5. Unidentified man. "To my godmother Ysidora" signed Atilano. 1897. Photo taken in Santiago de Cuba.
#6. Rosa Almeras. "To my beloved godson Panchito." 1895.
#7. Photograph of man identified as husband of Rosa Almeras. He died November 18, 1890.
#8. Small portrait from unidentified friend. January 19, 1898. Photo taken in Havana.
#9. Eduardo Perez Alvarez. May 7, 1898.
#10. Isabel Elena, daughter of Leandro Jose de la Torriente and brother of Cosme de la Torriente y Peraza. To Aunt Elena. May 6, 1900.
#11. Isabel Elena. August 15, 1894.
#12. Leandro Rionda y de la Torriente at age 14. December 1894. New York.
#13. Salvador and Esperanza. Savannah. Same clothes as item 3.
#14. Elena Rionda y de la Torriente. Matanzas. Age 3 and 3 months.
#15. Unidentified man. "Dedicated to my friends in the family of Don Francisco Rionda." October 28, 1897. Photo taken in Sancti Spiritus.
#16. Unidentified man. "To my unforgettable friend Nenita." May 12, 1897. Photo taken in Sancti Spiritus.
#17. Unidentified boy. No date. Matanzas.
#18. Unidentified girl. Torn paper print. Long inscription on back.
Items 19-51 were found loose. Some items were probably removed from album 1 at an earlier date.
#19. Cosme de la Torriente y Peraza. Dedicated to Aunt Elena. Havana. Cosme had a prominent career as a Cuban politician and stateman.
#20. Image on postcard of American soldiers on horseback and another man in civilian clothes wearing dark glasses. There is also an African-American or Afro-Cuban in the photograph. Location and date unknown. However, uniforms and postcard stock suggest this was taken during World War I era and not during the earlier American occupations. There is a possibility that the civilian is Oliver Doty as Doty wore glasses.
#21. Elena de la Torriente as a young woman. No date. Photo taken in Matanzas.
#22. Elena de la Torriente with infant son Francisco (Panchito).
#23-25. Several photos of Francisco (Panchito) as baby.
#26. Elena de la Torriente at 27. Photo taken in Matanzas.
#27. Elena de la Torriente. Somewhat older than in item 26. Photo taken in Havana.
#28. Elena de la Torriente with daughter Elena. Photo taken in Matanzas.
#29. Elena Rionda at age 2 years, 2 months. Dedicated to godmother Concha.
#30. Elena Rionda slightly older.
#31. Elena Rionda. Similar to item 14.
#32. Francisco Rionda y Polledo in uniform of military academy. No date. Photo taken in Matanzas.
#33. Francisco (Panchito) at 11 years, 3 month. Photo taken in Matanzas. [Items 33 and 34 have the following inscription on the back. "Yngi Sn Juan, 1 de Abril de 1888." This would refer to a sugar mill or yngenio.]
#34. Jose B. Rionda, October 1887, at 9 years, 9 months. Matanzas.
#35. Francisco Rionda y Polledo with sons Francisco and Jose. No date. Havana.
#36. Salvador Rionda. No date. New York.
#37. Salvador Rionda. December 1894. 6 years, 5 months.
#38. Salvador and Esperanza. Photo taken in Cuba, probably Matanzas.
#39. Probably Esperanza. (Same clothes as item 38.)
#40. Probably Salvador as infant. No date. Matanzas.
#41. Salvador and Esperanza on tricycles. Paper print.
#42. Salvador on tricycle. Paper print.
#43. Elena Rionda. No date. Matanzas.
#44. Elena Rionda at nine. October 29, 1891. Matanzas. "To cousin Manuel."
#45. Elena Rionda at 12. December 1894. New York. "To my aunt Harriett and Uncle Manuel."
#46. Elena Rionda. November 1899. New York. "To my brother Pepe."
#47. Elena Rionda as a teenaged woman with unidentified teenaged woman. Sancti Spiritus.
#48. Elena Rionda with infant, probably Elena Doty. No date. Havana.
#49. Manuel Rionda y Polledo with two girls. May 2, 1918. "Para Elena y Esperanza Ysidora."
#50. Elena Rionda (Doty) with daughter and unidentified young woman. Photograph was taken at Central Tuinucu in 1914. On postcard sent to Esperanza Rionda.
#51. Elena Rionda. Same clothes as item 48. Havana.
8Miscellaneous and duplicate materials. Includes photographs of Oliver Keese Doty's parents and relations as well as photographs of the Angus family. Doty also appears as a young boy. Most items, though, are unidentified and not inventoried.
9Album 2 in the Elena Doty Angus Addition. 1912-1922
10Album 3 in the Elena Doty Angus Addition. 1923-1938
10Oversize materials: Badly torn image of a dinner given for Fulgencio Batista in New York City and wedding photos of Elena Doty Angus.
Series 23: Family history and genealogy
0.4 linear feet (1 box)
Contains materials related to the histories of several families associated with the Braga Brothers Collection. Included is the family tree of Don Bernardo de la Rionda y Alvarez and Doa Josefa Polledo y Mata tracing their lineage up to the early 1960s. Also included is an historical narrative of the life of Manuel Rionda y Polledo from 1898 to 1943. This history, commissioned by Jose Fanjul y Gomez-Mena in 1985, highlights the emergence of Higinio Fanjul as a leader of the Cuban Trading Company and a central figure in the Cuban sugar industry. The series also includes the research notes compiled by Jane Landers who was the principal author of the history. These notes provide a good overview to the subject matter in the earliest letterbooks of Manuel Rionda y Polledo (Series 2).
Of related interest is the memoir of George Atkinson Braga, "A Bundle of Relations," in Series 24.
Series 24: Memoir of George A. Braga entitled "A Bundle of Relations" Circa 1980
1 volume. (263 pages)
Photocopy of unpublished manuscript. "A Bundle of Relations" is part memoir and part family history. Early family history is derived from family and business records, some of which are no longer extant. The first chapter is a fictionalized account of Manuel Rionda y Polledo's sixtieth birthday party. Chapters 2-6 cover roughly the same period as Record Group 1 plus the years between 1883 and 1897. Chapters 7-12 span the years 1898-1945. Subsequent chapters take the reader to the rise of Fidel Castro and the confiscation of the family's holdings in Cuba. The author provides through personal recollection and family documents descriptions of the business operations of Czarnikow-Rionda and several Cuban sugar estates.
Series 30: Maps and plans 1900-1951
77 items
Most of the items listed in this series were removed from other series in the Braga Brothers Collection. Some items, though, were not attached to a record series or were part of series that were otherwise discarded. Maps and plans can also be found in Series 22, Series 45, and Series 83.
1. Mapa de Cuba. Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation. Departamineto de Ferrocarriles e Ingeniera Civil. Havana. 23" x 48" Scale 1:1000000. Depicts Cuba and its sugar mills and railroads. Mills and railroad lines of Cuba Cane are shown in red ink. Removed from Series 10c. November 1920
2. Mapa de parte de la zona azucarera en la provincia de Camaguey. 23.5" x 50" Scale 1:80000. Removed from Series 10c. May 1920
3. Plano de las vias ferreas construidas y en proyecto, Central Cespedes. 33" x 36" Scale 1:20000. Removed from Series 10c. September 1922
4. [no title] Tuinucu Sugar Co. 23.5" x 49.5" Scale 1:80000. Depicts colonias, railroads, geological features, company property with some pencil alterations. Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu-Maps. 1918
5. Plano de los terrenos de la Maximo River Land Co. 36" x 44" Scale 1:20000. Depicts properties, roads, and geological features in the vicinity of the Central Senado. Removed from Series 10c. February 1920
6. Floating bottom cutters, Luce Sugar Cane Harvester Company, Watertown, Wisconsin, shop drawing. 33.5" x 46", Scale 3"=1'. Removed from Series 10a. November 1919
7. Same as Item 4 but with different pencil alterations. Removed from Series 10c. 1918
8. Property of Federal Plantations Company. 34.5" x 41" Scale 200 cordelas: 24 varas cubanos. Depicts properties, roads, and geological features in the vicinity of the Francisco Sugar Company. Pencil alterations. Removed from Series 10a. October 1915
9. Ferrocarril Espirituano, Resurvey of 1924 by the Tuinucu Sugar Company. 13" x 41", Scale 1:10000. Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu-Railroad. 1924
10. Plano preliminar del Jobo y Las Alegrias, no date, 39" x 39", Scale 1:20000. Removed from Series 10c. Considerable damage and repair. Not dated
11. [No title, date, or scale.] Removed from Series 10c, Vitoria, Central-Correspondence with Ulzurrun and Portuondo. Faint copy of map with pencil alterations. 27.5" x 49.5". Not dated
12. West Indies, South coast of Cuba, Tunas de Zaza to Cienfuegos Bay. U.S. Navy, Hydrographic Office. Printed October 1923, Corrected January 1925. 33" x 44" Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu-Maps. January 1925
13. Location of Cuban Raw Sugar Centrals with estimated production. Czarnikow-Rionda Company. 21" x 47.5", Scale 1:1000000. Stored in separate folder. Photonegative of map is available. 1920
14. Nuevo plano del poblado e ingenio. Manati Sugar Company. 25.5" x 29.5", scale 1:2000. March 1953
15. [Hand drawn map of properties adjacent to Central Tacajo, Oriente Province, Cuba.] 21" x 33". No scale. Removed from Series 1, Trowbridge, G. G. 1918
16. [Hand drawn map of properties near the Central Manati.] Oriente Province, Cuba. 16.5" x 40", scale 1:80000. Removed from Series 10a, Manati, 1918. 1918
17. Plano de los terrenos propiedad de la Manati Sugar Co; Arrendados y de partticulares colindantes. Manati Sugar Company/Departmento de Campo. 24" x 36.5". Scale 1:100000. November 1951
18. Proposed unloading, storage and pick-up bridge. Regla Coal Co. Havana, Cuba. The Snare and Triest Co., contracting engineers. Mead-Morrison Mfg. Co. 24" x 36" Scale 1"=10'. Removed from Series 8, Regla Coal Co. (Proposed additional accomodation), 1915-1922. August 1916
19. General layout of the Regla Coaling Plant. Regla Coal Company. Havana, Cuba. 26" x 41.5" Scale 1:500. Removed from Series 8, Regla Coal Co. (Proposed additional accomodation.). November 1913
20. Manati Sugar Co. Depicts lands owned, leased, controlled, and under contract. Also, proposed standard gauge railroad and existing narrow gauge railroad. 27" x 37" Scale 1:80000. Removed from Series 8, Manati Sugar Company, 1916-1922. March 1920
21. Map of Guayabal Bay showing proposed channel. Date not legible. 15.5" x 41.5". Scale 1:200. Removed from Series 109, Blueprints, etc.
22. Matanzas Warehouses. Cuban Association of Fire insurance Companies. Indicates construction materials of various warehouses in Matanzas, Cuba, and bag capacity of each warehouse. 1937
23. Same as item 20 except that labels are in Spanish. Some penciled markings are different. Removed from Series 10c.
24. Croquis de los enlances de los ramales del norte de la Tuinucu Sugar Co. y el F.C. del Norte de Cuba, indicandose sus emplazamientos y longitudes probables. No date or scale. 24.5" x 32". Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu -Cuba Northern Ry.-Feasibility of Connection.
25. Plano del batey, mostrando sus vias y chuchos con una longitud de 4,340 Mts. Central Cespedes, Camaguey, Cuba. 29.5" x 31". Scale 1:1000. Removed from Series 10c. Sept. 1922
26. [Map depicting 3 properties in the vicinity of Tunas del Zaza, Cuba.] Maps shows topography, geographical features, towns, roads, and railroads. 24" x 27". Scale 1 MM = 62'50 meters. Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu-Maps. Not dated
27. Plano general de los terrenos de la Tacajo Sugar Corporation y sus colonos, en el termino municipal y partido judicial de Holguin, Oriente, Cuba. 24" x 32". Scale 1:30000. Removed from Series 10c, Tacajo-Maps, showing lands, etc. May 1921
28. Tacajo Sugar Corporation. Depicts area around Central Tacajo including Nipe Bay, Gibara, and Alto Cedro in Oriente, Cuba. 31' x 36". Scale 1:100000. Removed from Series 10c, Tacajo-Maps, Showing lands, etc. Sept. 1922
29. Proposed oil handling installation. Regla Coal Company. Havana. 26" x 41" Scale 1:500. August 1917
30. Maximo River Land Co. Plano de las fincas siguientes: San Antonio, Santa Leonor, Montalban, San Ramon de la Macagua. Pertenecientes al Realengo San Cayetano. Camaguey, Cuba. 16.5" x 39" Scale 1:20000. Removed from Series 10c. Not dated
31. Croquis del Ing. San Ped[r]o. Uvicado en el termino municipal de Rancho Veloz, Barrio de Guanillas, Provincia de Santa Clara hecho por el vedor del Ingo. Manuel Piedrahita. Hand drawn map depicting lands and buildings of the sugar mill San Pedro. 24" x 33.5" No scale indicated. November 1908
32. Plano de conexiones detriangulo del Central Elia. Ferrocarriles Consolidados de Cuba. Compania del Ferrocarril de Cuba. Linea-Marti-Bayamo-San Luis. 23" x 56". Scale 1:1000. Removed from Series 10c. January 1928
33. Hand drawn map of area near the Central Tuinucu showing proposed road between Guayos and Jarahueca. No date or scale. 19.5" x 36".
34. Central La Vega. Depicts batey and "terreno perdidos a Escarra." 22.5" x 34" Scale 1:1600. Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu-La Vega-O. K. Doty. May 1929
35. Plano del territorio comprendido entre el embarcadero "Los Desenganos" y el paradero "Palo Seco" del Ferro-carril de Cuba segua los deslinde y reparto aprobados de los fundos que lo integran, y otros datos que obran en el archivo del que suscribe. Camaguey, Cuba. 31" x 31.5" Scale 1:80000. Removed from Series 10c. July 1916
36. Nuevos pabellones a construir en el poblado del Central Manati de la Manati Sugar Company. Pabellon Nu. 1. 25" x 26". Scale.01 = 1 mt. Removed from Series 10c. Not dated
37. Hand drawn map depicting some properties of the Manati Sugar Company. "Attached to letter #20." 14.5" x 36" Removed from Series 10c. March 8, 1922
38. Molasses handling plant for Antilles Molasses Co. Matanzas, Cuba. Snare and Triest Co. 24" x 36" Scale 1" = 20'. Removed from Series 10c. October 1920
39. [Map depicting properties of Rio Maximo, El Jobo, Las Alegrias, and Central Violeta.] Camaguey, Cuba. No date or scale. 15" x 34".
40. Plan of stadia surveys for railroad from Espinal switch to Bedrinana's RR. Washington Sugar Co. Hatuey, Cuba. Scale 1:10000. 18.5" x 70" Canefields and proposed railroad line are colored in. Removed from Series 10c, Washington-Map of railroad lines. August 1912
41. Present and proposed railroads. Tuinucu Sugar Co. Tuinucu, Cuba. Depicts existing railroads in the area of Sancti Spiritus and Tunas del Zaza and proposed and probable private railroads. 10" x 13.5" Scale 1:250000. Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu-Railroad, Sancti Spiritus-Tunas,etc. (Doty, Oliver K.). March 1923
42. Present and proposed railroads. Tuinucu Sugar Co. Tuinucu, Cuba. Similar to Item 41 except that proposed and probable railroads are not referred to as private and are slightly different. 10" x 13.5" Scale 1:250000. Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu-Railroad, Sancti Spiritus-Tunas (Rionda, Jose B.). March 1923
43. Identical to Item 42 but with additional lines penciled in. Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu-Railroad (Map).
44. Sketch A Elia. [Hand drawn map depicting certain properties in the vicinity of Palo Seco.]. 12" x 16.5" Scale 1.5" = 3 kilometers. Removed from Series 10c. ca. 1926
45. [Hand drawn map depicting the properties of the Ingenio Pojabo and the Ingenio Cucharas in the vicinity of Tunas del Zaza.] 8.5" x 12" No scale. Removed from Series 1, Olazar, Lorenzo. 1902
46. Croquis del sitio denominado "Los Ranchos". Hato Viejo, Cuba. Hand drawn map depicting natural and man-made features. 11.5" x 14.5" Removed from Series 1. 1900
47. Plan club house. Tuinucu Sugar Co. 19" x 18" Scale.25" = 1'. Removed from Series 1, Oliver K. Doty, 1913. August 1913
48. Finca "Naranjo" de The Tuinucu Sugar Co. 11.5" x 11.5" Scale 1:10000. Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu-Doty, O.K. correspondence, 1932. February 1932
49. [Map depicting cane farms in the vicinity of Palo Seco, Camaguey, Cuba.] No date. Some properties are penciled in. Attached to letter from Salvador Rionda to Manuel Rionda. 15.5" x 17" Scale 1:80000. Removed from Series 10c. July 10, 1923
50. Plano de la finca "Manacas Cantero" propiedad de The Tuinucu Sugar Co. 19.5" x 21" Scale 1:10000. Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu-Finca "Manacas.". February 1943
51. Tunas del Zaza. Map of the warehouse district of the port of Tunas del Zaza depicting railroad, dock and warehouse facilities. 17" x 21" Scale 1: 1200. Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu-Railroad, Sancti-Spiritus, Tunas, etc. (Doty, Oliver K.). May 1925
52. Plano de las fincas El Jobo and Las Alegrias. No date. Map of properties in the vicinity of Tabor, Camaguey, Cuba. 20" x 24" Scale 1:40000. Removed from Series 10c. On back of map "Cuba Cane properties Ponce".
53. Plano que comprende las fincas "La Candelaria", Sabanas del Rosario, "San Jose", San Luis-Tinima-y Niagara en el Fundo de Magarabomba de este Termino Municipal. Central Cespedes, Camaguey. 18" x 18" Scale 1:40000. Removed from Series 10c. June 1920
54. Ground floor plan. Central Caracas. June 1914. Hand drawn sketch of the sugar mill of the Central Caracas. Scale ? 17" x 22" Removed from Series 10a, Central Caracas. 1914
55. Map of Cuba showing all working sugar estates. Cuba Cane Sugar Corporation. Cuba Cane mills are highlighted. Scale 1.75"=60 miles. 13" x 24" Map produced by E. Hence and Co. (New York) Removed from Cuba Cane annual report. April 1916
56. A-C. Alterations and additions to 112 Wall St. for Czarnikow-Rionda Co. W. H. Orchard, Architect. 3 plans. 17" x 20" Removed from Series 8.
56a. Ground floor.
56b. Typical floor plan.
56c. Fifth floor plan.
57. Cuba south coast showing approaches to Romero Cay and Guayabal. Soundings in feet. Scale 1:30000. 11.5" x 19.5". Removed from Series 109, Blueprints, etc. May 1910
58a. Tentative statement of loading facilities and shipping requirements for the Dominican Republic sugar crop beginning in December 1917. Note from James H. Post attached. 11" x 13.5" Removed from Series 10a, Sugar, World War I and after. September 1917
58b. Tentative statement of loading facilities and shipping requirements for the Porto Rican Sugar crop beginning in December 1917. Note from James H. Post attached. 22.5" x 28" Removed from Series 10a, Sugar, World War I and after. September 1917
58c. Tentative statement of loading facilities and shipping requirements for the Cuban sugar crop beginning in December 1917. Note from James H. Post attached. 22.5" x 28" Removed from Series 10a, Sugar, World War I and after. September 1917
59. Tunas del Zaza. Similar to item 51, but depicts projected extensions after harbor dredging. 21" x 29". Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu--Tunas del Zaza, Port Improvements. December 1925
60. Nuevos pabellones a construir en el poblado del Central Manati de la Manati Sugar Company: Pabellones familias, 20 apartamentos. 22" X 25.5" Removed from Series 10c, Manati, Blueprints. 1921
61a. [Hand sketch showing Manati railroad and Chaparras railroad] No date, no scale. Removed from Series 10c, Manati-Proposed exchange of Diego Felipe for La Guira.
61b. [Map depicting colonias Diego Felipe and La Guira]. 16" x 27" Scale 1:80000. Removed from Series 10c, Manati-Proposed exchange of Diego Felipe for La Guira. June 1920
62a-b. Plano general de la finca agrupada "Manati Sugar Company". Manati Sugar Company. Departmento de Campo. 20" x 29" Scale 1:40000. 2 copies. Colonias and company lands are depicted. June 1956
63. Plano general de los ferrocarriles particulares indicando la situacion de terrano ocupadas en toda su extension. Manati Sugar Company. June 1926/March 1935. Alterations in pencil, November 1938. 22.5" x 25" Scale 1:100000. Removed from Series 45, Railroad rights of way-Ferrocarril de Tunas. November 1938
64. Plano general de las colonias de The Tuinucu Sugar Co. Depicts roads, railroads, geographical and political features. Lists names of colonos and farms. 30" x 58.5" Scale 1:30. Removed from Series 10c, Tuinucu-Maps, etc. June 1931
65. Plano general del Ferrocarril de Tunas, S. A. demostrando los situacion de las parcelas de terreno ocupados en toda su longitud. Victoria de las Tunas, Oriente, Cuba. 54" x 22" Scale 1:40000. Cut and encapsulated. May 1931
66. Plano general que comprende al territorio en donde estan situados los Centrales Francisco, Elia, Macareno, asi como parte de Jobabo, Santa Marta, Najasa y Vertientes. The Francisco Sugar Company. Camaguey,Cuba. 41' x 61" Scale 1:60000. Other changes relating to kenaf cultivation and cattle pastures are penciled in. Cut and encapsulated. June 1927. Revised June 1951
67. Plano de la porcion del litoral de la Bahia de Matanzas comprendida entre los muelles de la Armour [Co.] y de la Cuban Distilling [Co.]. Matanzas, Cuba. 34.5" x 104" Scale 1:500 Cut and encapsulated. October 1919
68. General layout molasses station for Antilla Molasses Co. Matanzas, Cuba. 70" x 30" Cut and encapsulated. October 1920
69. Plano de The Francisco Sugar Company y propiedades adjacentes. Camaguey, Cuba. 53" x 70" Scale 1:18000. Includes chart with names of colonias, colonos, amount of land planted in cane, and whether the colonia was owned by the company or the colono. Cut in four sections and encapsulated. Very fragile. May 1916
70. Mapa de parte de la zona azucarera en la provinica de Camaguey. Scale 1:80000 46" x 103" Depicts mills and their lands from the border with Santa Clara province eastwards to Nuevitas and Palo Seco. Southeastern littoral and extreme northeastern littoral are omitted. Cut in three sections and encapsulated. May 1920
71. General layout molasses station for Antilla Molasses Company. Matanzas, Cuba. Scale 1/32" = 1 ft. 30.5"x 70" Cut in two sections and encapsulated. October 1920