AZOREAN MANUSCRIPTS AND EPHEMERA. [Azore Islands] c. mid 19th to late 20th century.
Manuscripts on paper, written in Portuguese, in varying hands and sizes. [With:] 1p., Autograph letter signed "Lisboa" under the initials L.N.P. for Dr. Jacinto Luis de Amaral Francisco, concerning national Portuguese relations with the President on Sao Miguel Island, from 1836. [With:] Autograph letter signed by Manuel de Medeiros Albuquerque, dated 29 January 1866, letter from the Azorean island of Sao Miguel; the Island which was home to the President. [With:] 3pp., Autograph document signed by Delgada concerning relations with Portugal with the date 1836 written in-text. [With:] 3pp., Autograph letter signed, in Portuguese from the island of Angra, dated 1830 (?), Angra is an important capital city home to the Judicial system of the islands. [With:] 2pp. manuscript document from the volcanic Azorean Island of Pico. [With:] Single leaf detached from book inscribed by Eugenio do Canto at lower right (later docketed "1513" with other unrelated inscriptions). Do Canto came from the island of Sao Miguel from a family known for advancing agricultural and commercial produce. [And with:] Various ephemera including two programs for a classical music recital at Conservatorio Regional dos Acores dated 8 July 1977/78; [With:] Blank stationery envelope and two sheets of stationery from the Hotel de Angra; a popular Azore Islands resort [With:] Blank stationery envelope from the Secreteria Regional de Educacao e Cultura and from the Instituto Acoriano de Cultura [With:] Two broadsheet newspaper pages from O Dia (3 July 1978) and A Uniao (6 July 1978); (few creases, usual folds, occasional light dampstains, light toning throughout). [15 pieces] The Azore Islands are a Portuguese archipelago in the Atlantic Ocean, west of Lisbon, well known for its volcanic landscape. Much of the contents of this collection were written or printed contemporary to the Portuguese Civil War (1828-1834), which had strong repercussions in the Azores. In 1829, in Vila da Praia, the liberals won over the absolutists, making the island of Terceira the main headquarters of the new Portuguese regime and also where the Council of Regency (Conselho de RegÍncia) of Mary II of Portugal was established. Beginning in 1868, Portugal issued its stamps overprinted with "ACORES" for use in the islands. Between 1892 and 1906, it also issued separate stamps for the three administrative districts of the time on the Azore Islands. Much of these contents reflect the ongoing relationship between the established land and government in Portugal and its station on the Azores. Bookseller Inventory # 6527
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