Peruvian Governor Manuel Pablo Villanueva during a visit with his daugther, Carmen Rosa Villanueva de Winn, Los Angeles, 1930
- Peruvian Governor Manuel Pablo Villanueva during a visit with his daugther, Carmen Rosa Villanueva de Winn, Los Angeles, 1930
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- March 22, 1930
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This photograph appears with the article, "Visitor Thinks Peru Has Key, He Wants Archeologists to Explore." Los Angeles Times, 23 Mar. 1930: A6.
Manuel Pablo Villanueva, governor of the State of Junin in Peru, during a visit to Los Angeles with his daughter, Carmen Rosa Villanueva de Winn. Villanueva believed the dry highlands of Peru contained significant archaeological remains yet to be excavated.
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Villanueva, Manuel Pablo, 1867-1937
Villanueva de Winn, Carmen Rosa, b. 1904 or 05
- Los Angeles (Calif.)
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- still image
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