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Plano del Bajo e Ysla de Arenas.

El Golfo de Darien y Pto. de la Calidonia.

Plano del puerto de Santa Marta situado en la costa de Tierra Firme en la littd. N. 11⁰16ʹ y en la longd. de 302⁰23ʹ segun el meridiano de Tenerife /

Plano del puerto de Cartagena de Yndias situado en la lattitud N. 10⁰ grados 30ʹ minutos y en la longitud 298⁰ grados y 15ʹ minutos segun el meridiano de Tenerife.

Descripción hidrogáfica [sic] de la Costa de Barlouento de Cartaxena que comprehende desde el Cabo de la Aguja hasta Punta Canoa, echa por las noticias de varios hombres practicos que nauegan en esta costa, pero se aduierte, que haviendo sufetado la dha costa asus verdaderas latitudes que es delo que setiene entera satisfación hanque dado las distancias algomas dilatadas, delo que setenia estimado, deque seimfiere que dhas distancias abransido mal estimadas o los runbos olos rumbos ...

Plano del puerto de Cartagena de Yndias situado en la latitud N. 10 gros 30 minutos y en la longd. 298. gros y 15 ms. segn. el meridiano de Thenerife /

Plano del puerto de Cartaxena de Yndias situado en la latd. N. 10. gros. 30. mins. y en la longd. 300. gros. 45. mins. segn. el merido. de Tenerife.

Plano que contiene desde el Río de Sta. Marta (en la América Setentrional) hasta la Punta de Granate.

Plano y descripción de la costa y Provincia de Cartagena de Yndias desde Sta. Marta hasta el Río del Senut y Ysla Tortuga puestos todos sus paraxes en sus verdaderas latds. y longds. segun el meridiano del Cuerbo /

Orinoco, nuebamente obserbado en bajante, afin de espresar sus raudales, yslas y bajos, rios y caños que vezibe : año 1732.

A plan of Fort St. Louis, St. Joseph, St. Jago & of St. Philip scituated at ye entrance of Cartagena Harbour or Boca-Chica with ye parts adjacent and also of the attacks made against the said forts /

Plano del puerte de Sta. Marta situado en la costa de Tierra Firme en 11 gras. 16 mtos. de latitud norte y en la longitud de 302 gras. 23 mtos. segun el meridiano de Thenerife /

Plano de la costa de punta de Canoa hasta bocachica con la sonda del plazer qe. sale de dha. pta. de Cana., hasta bocagrande y con la espezificación de la canal, que forma tierra Bomba con el bayo de Salmedina su fondo y conozimiento por las siguientes demarcaciones demozando bocagrande al a distancia de 4 millas ... /

Plano del puerto de Sta. Marta situado en la costa de Tierra Firme en 11 grs. 16 ms. de latitud N. y en la longitud de 302 grs. y 23 ms., meridiano de Tenerife /

Plano de la costa de Tierra Firme desde Santa Marta asta la punta de Piedra o y cacos hecho segun la mejor correción hecha asta el año de 1755 por el piloto del Jabege. de S.M. nombrado el casa dor en tres años que hestubo deguarda costa en dhs parajes /

Plano del Golfo del Dariel situado en la costa de el N. de Trra. Firme siendo la Punta de Caribana, el principio la que esta en la altura de 8 gs. 30 ms. N. y en la longd. de 299 gs. 7 ms., meridiano de Tenerife /

[Manuscript map of Dagua River region, Colombia].

Mapa de una parte del Rio Yapura : comprehendida desde su entrada en el Rio Marañon por su boca mas occidental hasta el pueblo de San Antonio de Maripi /

Mapa de una parte del Rio Yapurá : comprehendida desde la boca del Caño de Avatiparána immediata al pueblo de Maripi hasta la boca del Rio Apaporis proxima al Salto de Cupati /

Mapa de una parte de los Rios de los Engaños o Commiari, Mesay, Cuñaré, Jauiyá y Rufari : los quales, unidos todos, entran por una sola boca en el Rio Yapurá /

Plano de la costa osidental del Río del Sinú hasta Ysla Fuerte y Punta de Piedras con sus plaseres y zondas y prespectiba del Navio Onesto Perdido y el Navio la Potensia y Balandra al Anclaecho /

Plano de Cartagena de Yndyas /

[Map showing coast of Ecuador between Punta de los Reyes, Colombia and Cabo Blanco, Peru].

Plano del Golfo del Dariel situado en la costa del N. de Tierra Firme siendo la Punta de Caribana, el prinsipio, la que esta en la altura de 8⁰ 30ʹ N. y en la longd. 299⁰ 7ʹ, meridiano de Tenerife /

Plano del puerto de Cartavena de Yndias /

Cascade du Rio de Vinagre, près du volcan de Puracé / dessiné par Koch à Rome d'après une esquisse de M. de Humboldt ; gravé par Arnold à Berlin.

Ponts naturels d'Icononzo / dessiné d'après une esquisse de Mr. de Humboldt ; et gravé par Gmelin à Rome.

Chute du Tequendama / dessiné d'après une esquisse de Mr. de Humboldt ; et gravé par Gmelin à Rome.

Mapa de las tierras compradas al gobierno y particulares par el Corl. Desmenaro : [región de Honda, Colombia] /

View in Quibdó Baudó J.C.T. delt. ; P.S. Duval & Co's Steam Lith. Press. Philada

Interoceanic river aqueduct connecting the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans : [Colombia] /

Birds eye view of the pass of the interoceanic river aqueduct and valley of the Nerqua /

William H. Seward to Abraham Lincoln, Tuesday, September 13, 1864 (Meeting with minister from Colombia)

Carta de la republica de Colombia.

Colombia and Venezuela.

President Ramon G. Valencia of Colombia

U.S. Reports: Colombia v. Cauca Co., 190 U.S. 524 (1903)

Held up the wrong man / W. A. Rogers.

"Sacre bleu!" / J.S. Pughe.

Still scolding / J.S. Pughe.

Harmless amusement / J.S. Pughe.

U.S. Reports: Ex parte The Republic of Colombia, 195 U.S. 604 (1904)

Colombia Cartagenia, San Pedro Claver Church as it was in Bol[...] time

Patio of President's Palace, Bogota, Colombia

Indian children, Colombia

Sr. Marco Fidel Surez, Pres. Colombia

Colombia, Cartagina, ancient wall built by Phillip II of Spain

Don Carlos E. Restrepo of Colombia

Gen. Pedro Nel Ospina, Pres. Colombia

COLOMBIA. STREET SCENES IN BOGOTA

COLOMBIA. STREET SCENES IN BOGOTA

Washerwomen on the Magdalena, near Barranquilla, South America

COL0MBIA. STREET SCENES IN BOGOTA

Mapa de la Republica de Colombia /

Mapa de la Republica de Colombia /

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. DR. ROBERTO ANCIZAR; SEC. OF LEG. OF COLOMBIA; SANTIAGO P. TRIANO, DEL. FROM COLOMBIA; V. VILLAMEL, OF ARGENTINE; JOHN BARRE

Colombia - Cartagena. Ancient Spanish fort at entrance to harbor

PAN AMERICAN SCIENTIFIC CONGRESS. DELEGATION FROM COLOMBIA. EDUARDO RODRIQUEZ PINERES; CALIXTE TERRES UMANA; GONZALES MEJIA; MRS. HEDERICK; GEN. CARLOS CUERVE MARQUES; DIEGO MARTINEZ; FRANZ HEDERICK

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. SANTIAGO PETRIANO OF COLOMBIA, WITH HIS 2 SECRETARIES

1ST PAN AMERICAN FINANCIAL CONFERENCE, WASHINGTON, D.C., MAY 1915. DR. ROBERTO ANCIZAR; SEC. OF LEG. OF COLOMBIA; SANTIAGO P. TRIANO, DEL. FROM COLOMBIA; V. VILLAMEL, OF ARGENTINE; JOHN BARRE

1329 16 St., [Washington, D.C.], Embassy Colombia (moved)

[...] Catholic missionary work in Colombia, South America, leaving White House [Washington, D.C.]

Libertador Simon Bolivar

Colombia's Goodwill Flyer is presented to President Coolidge. Lieut. Benjamin Mendes, (left) who is flying from New York to Colombia, was presented to President Coolidge at the White House today by Dr. Enrique Olaya, Colombin Minister to the United States

Goodbye and Good Luck. After christening the seaplane in which Lieut. Benjamin Mendes, of Colombia, will attempt a nonstop flight from Far Rockaway, N.Y., to Colombia, Miss Maria Olaya, daughter of the minister from Colombia to the United States, bid the flyer bon voyage. The plane was christened Ricaurte in honor of one of Colombia's famous generals

Goodbye and Good Luck. After christening the seaplane in which Lieut. Benjamin Mendes, of Colombia, will attempt a nonstop flight from Far Rockaway, N.Y., to Colombia, Miss Maria Olaya, daughter of the minister from Colombia to the United States, bid the flyer bon voyage. The plane was christened Ricaurte in honor of one of Colombia's famous generals

American Red Cross receive albums showing work of children in schools of Bogota, Colombia. His excellency, Dr. Enrique Olaya, Minister of Colombia, presenting to Judge John Barton Payne, (left) National Director of the American Red Cross, in the patio of the Pan American Union today, albums containing maps, drawings, and other work of the schools in Bogota, Colombia, destined for use of the Junior Red Cross in the United States. Others in the picture are Senora de Olaya; Dr. L.S. Rowe, director of the Pan American Union Walter S. Gard, American Red Cross; and Mrs. Alice I. Thornton, also of the Red Cross

American Red Cross receive albums showing work of children in schools of Bogota, Colombia. His excellency, Dr. Enrique Olaya, Minister of Colombia, presenting to Judge John Barton Payne, (left) National Director of the American Red Cross, in the patio of the Pan American Union today, albums containing maps, drawings, and other work of the schools in Bogota, Colombia, destined for use of the Junior Red Cross in the United States. Others in the picture are Senora de Olaya; Dr. L.S. Rowe, director of the Pan American Union Walter S. Gard, American Red Cross; and Mrs. Alice I. Thornton, also of the Red Cross

Canadian named official of Dallas exposition. Washington, D.C., May 5. Vice President Garner today presented Capt. J.W. Flanagan, Texas millionaire and Canadian sportsman, with the Commission of Director General of Foreign participation for the Pan American exposition to be held at Dallas this summer. Capt. Flanagan will sail May 8 for Colombia where he will begin a tour of South America to interest Latin-American sportsmen in raising funds to bring Latin athletes to Dallas for the Inter-American Sports Show. In the photograph, left to right: Roy Miller, of Houston; Rep. Albert Thomas, of Texas; Capt. Flanagan; Rep. Sam Rayburn

New Colombian Ambassador presents credentials. Washington, D.C., Oct. 28. Don Miguel Lopez Pumarejo, left, new Ambassador from Colombia. Today, presented his credentials to President Roosevelt, Stanley Woodward, Right, Asst. Chief of the Division of Protocol of the State Dept., 10/28/38

PRESIDENT TELLS PAN AMERICAN BOARD THAT AMERICA'S MUST MEET FORCE WITH FORCE IF THREATENED. WASHINGTON, D.C. APRIIL 15. PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT DECLARED TODAY IN AN ADDRESS BEFORE THE GOVERNING BOARD OF THE PAN AMERICAN UNION, THAT THE 21 AMERICAN REPUBLICS MUST BE PREPARED TO 'MEET FORCE WITH FORCE' IF THEIR SYSTEM OF PEACEFUL RELATIONS IS CHALLENGED. THE OCCASION WAS THE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE UNION; SECRETARY OF STATE CORDELL HULL, WHO IS ALSO CHAIRMAN OF THE GOVERNING BOARD; DR. MANUEL DE FREYRE Y. SANTAND; DR. FRANCISCO NAJERA, AMBASSADOR FROM MEXICO; DR. CARLO MARTINS, AMB. FROM BRAZIL; DR. ALBERTO CABERO, AMB. FROM CHILE; DR. JORGE E. BOYD AMB. FROM PANAMA; DR. ANDRE PASTORICA, MINISTER FROM THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC; DR. LUIS FERNANDO GAUCHALLA, MIN. FROM BOLIVIA; DR. DEON DE BYALE, MIN. FROM NICARAGUA; DR. HORACIAO FERNANDEZ, MIN. FROM PARAGUAY; DR. ENRIQUE LOPEZ HERRA..., CHARGE D'AFFAIRES OF GUATEMALA; DR. L.S. ROWE, DIRECTOR GENERAL, PAN AMERICAN UNION; DR. JOSE T. BARON, CHARGE D'AFFAIRES OF CUBA; DR. JULIAN R. CACERES, MINISTER FROM HONDURAS; DR. ELIE LESCOT, MIN. FROM HAITI; DR. RICARDO BEECH, MIN. FROM COSTA RICA; DR. JOSE RICHLING, MIN. FROM URUGUAY; DR. GABRIEL TURBAY, AMB. FROM COLOMBIA; DR. DIOGENES ESCALANTE, AMB. FROM VENEZUELA; CAPT. COLON ELOY ALFARO, AMB. FROM ECUADOR; DR. HECTOR DAVID CASTRO, VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE GOVERNING BOARD AND MINISTER FROM EL SALVADOR

Washington, D.C. Foreign students at the international student sssembly recording short talks in their native language to be broadcast by shortwave, after censorship by the Office of War Information (OWI), to Nazi-held territory. Hernando Groot of Colombia

Colombia.

Colombia.

U.S. Reports: Ceballos v. Shaughnessy, 352 U.S. 599 (1957)

Azimuthal equidistant projection centered on Bogotá, Colombia. 3-66.

U.S. Reports: Helicopters Nacionales de Colombia v. Halls, 466 U.S. 408 (1984)

U.S. Reports: United States v. Montoya de Hernandez, 473 U.S. 531 (1985)

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

Interior of restaurant with customers sitting at tables; murals on the wall depict scenes from Colombia.

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