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PuertoRico.com September, 2011 Newsletter


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In this month's newsletter we are pleased to offer articles about the Jose V. Toledo Federal Building, Carnegie Library, and Francisco Arriví.

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History of the Jose V. Toledo Federal Building

There is a building in Old San Juan that was constructed for the purpose of a courthouse and a post office, and today serves as the United States District Court for the District of Puerto Rico. The building's name is the Jose V. Toledo Federal Building ...

Carnegie Library in Puerto Rico

In the year 1903 a small library was constructed in San Juan, Puerto Rico, which preserved books and documents that dated back to 1898. It was known as the Island Library. With funding donated by Andrew Carnegie, Ramon Carbia, a Puerto ...

Francisco Arriví: Father of the Puerto Rican Theater

Francisco Arriví became known as the Father of the Puerto Rican Theater, and was often referred to as Paco. Born on 24 July 1915 in the San Juan district of Santurce, Francisco Arriví's fascination with literature was evident early on, reading whatever ...


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