"Paralelos entre la Mujer Antigua y la Moderna: sus Instintos, Aspectos, y Evoluciones: Conferencia Pedida a 'La Hija del Caribe' en la Escuela Superior de la ciudad de Utuado y Pronunciado por Esta en su Honor"
Date of Manuscript
Trina Padilla de Sanz papers, 1845-1968 (Bulk: 1902-1957)
Series II. Writings, 1910-1966
Box 6-Folder 10
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Series “II. Writings” dates from 1910 to 1966, with the majority of writings dating from 1910-1956, and consists of articles, essays, poems, short stories, and open letters in both manuscript and printed formats. The series also contains newspaper and magazine clippings of La Hija’s work, writing fragments, and a small number of articles published after her death. Featured in this series are La Hija’s published works in several prominent Puerto Rican magazines, including Alma Latina, Condor Blanco, Heraldo de la Mujer, and Puerto Rico Ilustrado.
Trinidad (Trina) Padilla de Sanz (1864-1957) was a Puerto Rican poet, suffragist, and composer. Her lifetime spanned several of the most defining moments of Puerto Rico’s history, all collected in her writings and correspondence with some of the most influential people in Puerto Rico and Latin America at the time. She adopted the pen name “La Hija del Caribe” in honor of her father José Gualberto Padilla (1829-1896), a prominent medic, poet, and political activist known as “El Caribe." La Hija enjoyed a prolific literary career over the course of several decades, with her corpus consisting of articles, essays, poems, and short stories on a variety of socio-political, artistic, and musical topics. The Trina Padilla de Sanz papers date from 1845 to 1968, with the majority of records dating from 1902 to 1957, and include personal correspondence, original manuscripts, published works, photographs, clippings, and a small number of family papers. This collection not only depicts the exceptional life of Trina Padilla de Sanz, but also documents a time of great socio-political and cultural change in Puerto Rico.
[Title]. [Date of Item]. Trina Padilla de Sanz papers, 1845-1968 (Bulk: 1902-1957), Mss 0020. The Monsignor William Noé Field Archives & Special Collections Center, Seton Hall University Libraries, South Orange.