The Havana Archive

The Havana Archive

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A treasure trove of photos and documents, the Archive of Capone crony Grover Dullard. Also the country’s rich and fascinating past presented through an amazing collection of printed ephemera.

This lavishly illustrated book includes photographs, postcards, flyers, tickets and brochures, which conjure up the atmosphere of pre-revolutionary Cuba and some of those associated with it. Divided into two parts; the first, a visual Archive, which was the property of a Chicago gangster Grover Dullard, is a vignette of Prohibition and proof of Havana s attractions for the Mob; and the second, an extraordinary collection of printed material from pre-revolutionary Cuba, which paint a picture of its heyday.

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2 reviews for The Havana Archive

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Mario Rios Pinot

    This is really Wonderful.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5


    If you have an interest in the American gangsters , Cuba then I can heartily recommend this book. A great book and well researched with plenty of interesting ephemera that lived through this exciting time in Cuban history . A fantastic insight !

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