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This is a finding aid for 5 description and travel pamphlets from Bolivia. The microfilm collection is held by The Library of Congress and available to the researcher in the Microform Reading Room. Part of a collection of 8,008 pamphlets collected and assembled by the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress and prepared for microfilming by the Preservation Microfilming Office. An important source for additional bibliography of books and articles concerning the Latin American region is the annual Handbook of Latin American Studies produced by over 130 contributing editors under the editorship of the Hispanic Division of the Library of Congress.

Flores, Nicanor y Narciso Campero ante la opición pública.
Sucre, Tipografía del Cruzado, 1873. 20, [1]p.
Microfilm 93/4502 reel 23, Pamphlet 6

Expedición del Coronel Don José Manuel Pando al Inambary.
La Paz, Imprenta del "El telégrafo", 1898. 31, [1] p. See LCCN 07023782.
Microfilm 93/4502 reel 23, Pamphlet 7

Abecia, Valentin. Inauguración de la Estatua del Coronel Doctor José Bernardo de Monteagudo en el centenario de la Revolución de Mayo.
Sucre, Imprenta "Bolivar", 1909. 15 p.
Microfilm 93/4502 reel 23, Pamphlet 8

Bolivia, Tierra de Turismo. Dirección General de Turismo.
La Paz, Editorial Renacimiento, [1930c].15 p. 5 l.
Microfilm 93/4502 reel 23, Pamphlet 9

Estatuto y Reglamento de la Sociedad Geográfica y de Historia 'Potosi' Potosí, Tip.
Minerva Potosí, 1942. 40, [2] p.
Microfilm 93/4502 reel 23, Pamphlet 10

Programa para las fiestas del 25 de Mayo.
Sucre, Editorial Charcas, 1946. 12 p.
Microfilm 93/4502 reel 23, Pamphlet 11

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