Over 600 black and white photographs of buildings, landscapes, street scenes, and other views from all parts of Cuba, primarily from the turn of the 20th century.
Over 500 postcards depicting landscapes, street scenes, monuments, and other views across the island of Cuba.
Photographs and slides of Guillermo González documenting the Cuban landscape and built environment.
Architectural drawings, renderings, sketches and photographs related to the design and construction of Opa-Locka, Florida, the nation’s largest concentration of Moorish Revival architecture.
Photographs and slides from Cuban modernist architect Nicolás Quintana documenting Club Kawama, the Varadero Residential Yacht Club, and Trinidad.
Plans, renderings, drawings, blueprints, personal papers, photographs, and ephemera relevant to the study of architecture and the History of the School of Architecture.
Postcards depicting South Florida scenes, including Miami, Miami Beach, Coconut Grove, and Coral Gables.
Selected titles, including publications relating to the African diaspora in the Caribbean, architectural books, and a work on the Alhambra Palace in Granada, Spain.
The University Archives has digitized a selection of blueprints and drawings by Architect Phineas Paist and Artist Denman Fink from the original proposal of the new University of Miami campus in 1926.
Enjoy browsing over 2,300 exterior and interior photographs of the UM buildings and grounds, including aerial views of the campuses and architectural drawings.