Juan Montalvo photograph C0280
Published by George Mason University Libraries
Juan Montalvo was an Ecuadorian essayist who lived from April 13, 1832 - January 17, 1889. He was best known for his essays attacking Ecuadorian dictatorship, and spent most of his life in exile, living in other South American countries, and eventually making his way to Europe. Montalvo is one of the most revered writers in Hispanic literature.
10 photographs with images of objects related to Juan Montalvo. Some of the photographs also include Frank Spindler, the Chairman of the Montalvo Sesquicentennial Committee.
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Montalvo, Juan, 1832-1889
Juan Montalvo photograph collection, C0280, Special Collections Research Center, George Mason University Libraries.
Donated by Frank Spindler in 1982.
Collection is unprocessed.