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Quarantine Tour of Central America and Panama by Health Authorities as guests of the United Fruit Company

 
ID Number: 1996.14
Title: Quarantine Tour of Central America and Panama by Health Authorities as guests of the United Fruit Company
Title Type: inscribed
Item Status: Permanent Collection     Legal Status: Permanent Collection
Object Name: photograph albums
Collection Type: Photography
Ephemera
Artist/Maker: Teunisson, John N., 1869-1959 (photographer) -- More information
United Fruit Company (Sponsor) -- More information
Dugazon and Company, Ltd. (Typesetter) -- More information
Walle and Company, Limited (publisher) -- More information
Teunisson, John N., 1869-1959 (compiler) -- More information
Ellis, Crawford H., 1873-1966 (depicted) -- More information
Date: Between January 20 and February 15, 1906
Process/Technique: bookbinding (process)
leatherwork
printing processes
Photoprint mounted on paper in album
Materials: leather
paper (fiber product)
printing ink
Dimensions: 12 1/4 x 17 1/2 x 3 3/4 in inches
Object Description Photograph album including views showing the steamship Anselm and representatives of the United Fruit Company and United States health officials on a tour of facilities to prove them free of yellow fever after the 1905 epidemic. Also includes an itinerary of the trip, a brief essay describing its rationale, and essays describing each of the ports visited during the journey. Bound in burgundy leather with title stamped in gold on cover. Photographs are stamped with numbers on verso in ascending order through the album. Album contains a total of 83 pages, 69 pages of photos and 14 pages of text. Photographs have been given individual records.
Extent: 1 item
Acq. Credit Line: The Historic New Orleans Collection
Inscription(s):
"(i) Inside front cover, C, in blue pencil: W. M. Steele / Personal Property"

"(ii) Inside front cover, attached label, TR, typed: Book No. 63"
Collection Theme(s): Travel
Commerce, Industry and Agriculture
Medicine
Maritime and River Industries
Agriculture
Food and Beverage
Railroads
Steamboats and Steamships
Public Health and Sanitation
Medical Facilities
Epidemics and Diseases
Yellow Fever
Subjects: Picayune -- More information
Condition: Poor
Other Number: N960214.8.1-5
original accession number 1996.14.1-69
Lower Level Records: 1996.14.70; Title page
1996.14.71; Itinerary
1996.14.72; Itinerary Continued
1996.14.73; Subject of Trip
1996.14.1; C. H. Ellis, Manager, United Fruit Company, New Orleans
1996.14.2; Steamship Anselm
1996.14.3; Captain Louis Rivara, Master Steamship Anselm
1996.14.4; Corps of Waiters, Steamship Anselm
1996.14.5; Entire Party Taken on Deck of Steamship Anselm on Day of Departure Down the Mississippi River
1996.14.6; Representatives of each of the States of Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana and Texas
1996.14.7; Corn Island, First Sight of Land
1996.14.75; Port Limon
1996.14.8; C. H. Ellis, Manager, United Fruit Company, New Orleans; R. J. Schweppe, Manager, ... Costa Rica
1996.14.9; Harbor and Pier, Port Limon, Costa Rica
1996.14.10; Quarantine Station, Port Limon, Costa Rica
1996.14.11; United Fruit Company's Hospitals, Port Limon, Costa Rica
1996.14.12; United Fruit Company's Offices, Port Limon, Costa Rica
1996.14.13; Special Train to San Jose, Port Limon, Costa Rica
1996.14.14; Birds Eye View San Jose, Costa Rica
1996.14.15; Party In Front of Teatro Nacional, San Jose, Costa Rica
1996.14.74; Bocas Del Toro
1996.14.16; C. H. Ellis, United Fruit Company, New Orleans; S. G. Schermahorn, Manager ... Bocas
1996.14.17; Entire Party on Island, Bocas del Toro, Republic of Panama
1996.14.18; Quarantine Island, Bocas del Toro, Republic of Panama
1996.14.68; Under the Palms, Quarantine Island, Bocas del Toro, Republic of Panama
1996.14.19; Quarantine Island, Bocas in distance, Bocas del Toro, Republic of Panama
1996.14.76; The Republic of Panama
1996.14.20; Cristobal, Colon, Republic of Panama Facing Harbor.
1996.14.21; Statue of Columbus, Colon, Republic of Panama
1996.14.22; Statue of William H. Aspinwall, Colon, Republic of Panama
1996.14.23; United States Wireless Cable Station, Colon, Republic of Panama
1996.14.61; De Lesseps Old House At Cristobal, Colon, Republic of Panama
1996.14.77; Panama Special Train
1996.14.24; President's Palace, Panama, Republic of Panama
1996.14.25; Old Cathedral, Panama City, Republic of Panama
1996.14.26; Street Scene, Panama City, Republic of Panama
1996.14.69; Street Scene, Panama City, Republic of Panama
1996.14.27; Ancon Hospital, Panama City, Republic of Panama
1996.14.28; Ancon Hospital, Royal Palm Driveway, Panama City, Republic of Panama
1996.14.29; Culebra Cut, Panama Canal
1996.14.30; Culebra Cut, Panama Canal
1996.14.31; Culebra Cut, Panama Canal
1996.14.32; Empire Station from Culebra Cut, Panama Canal
1996.14.33; One of the Many Dump Trains, Panama Canal
1996.14.62; Steam Shovel at Work in Panama Canal
1996.14.34; Train loaded with Debris from Culebra Cut, Panama Canal
1996.14.35; Old French Machinery Used as a Railroad Signal Box, Panama Canal
1996.14.36; Old French Machinery Still in Use, Panama Canal
1996.14.63; Laying Track
1996.14.37; The Fine Double Tracked Main Line, Just Completed, Panama Canal
1996.14.78; Bluefields
1996.14.38; C. H. Ellis, Manager, United Fruit Company, New Orleans; R. H. Manser, Manager Bluefields Steamship Company, Bluefields, Nicaragua
1996.14.39; A View in the Harbor, Bluefields, Nicaragua
1996.14.40; Party Under Breadfruit Tree, Bluefields, Nicaragua
1996.14.41; A Scene on the Bluefields River, Bluefields, Nicaragua
1996.14.42; Government Band, Bluefields, Nicaragua
1996.14.43; Native Hut, Bluefields, Nicaragua
1996.14.79; Cape Gracias
1996.14.80; Ceiba
1996.14.44; United Fruit Company's Offices, Ceiba, Honduras
1996.14.45; Governor of Ceiba and Governor of Ruatan, Ceiba, Honduras
1996.14.46; Ceiba Band, Ceiba Honduras
1996.14.47; Natives Marketing Bananas, Ceiba, Honduras
1996.14.65; Residence, Belize or Ceiba, Honduras
1996.14.48; A View in the Harbor, Belize, British Honduras
1996.14.49; Belize Hospital, Belize, British Honduras
1996.14.50; Hospital Nurses, Belize, British Honduras
1996.14.51; Island Hospital and Quarantine Station, Belize, British Honduras
1996.14.64; Native Hut Near Belize, British Honduras
1996.14.81; Puerto Cortez
1996.14.52; C. H. Ellis, Manager, United Fruit Company, New Orleans; H. M. Keith, Manager, ... Honduras
1996.14.53; Honduras Army Stationed at Cortez, Puerto Cortez, Honduras
1996.14.67; Military band, Puerto Cortez, Honduras
1996.14.66; Group portrait, Puerto Cortez, Honduras
1996.14.54; Honduras Railroad, Puerto Cortez, Honduras
1996.14.82; Puerto Barrios
1996.14.55; Scene on the Guatemala Railroad, Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
1996.14.56; Native Village on the Sea Shore, Puerto Barrios, Guatemala
1996.14.57; Street Scene Showing Native Huts, Livingston, Guatemala
1996.14.58; Scene on Rio Dulce, Livingston, Guatemala
1996.14.59; Scene on Rio Dulce, Livingston, Guatemala
1996.14.60; Personnel of Party
1996.14.83; In Conclusion
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