Madrid: Photoengranving. La Ilustración Española y Americana, 1898.
Single newspaper sheet attached to cardstock; Paper has evenly age-toned, modest hand-soiling; two tape residue marks on the edges of the cardstock. The entire piece measures 11.5 by 15.5 inches and the newspaper page measures 10.5 by 14 inches.
Photo on the Top-left: Regiment of Panchito Gomez
Photo on the top-right: Regiment of Agramonte.
Lower Photograph: From left to right (seated): Domingo Méndez Capote (1863-1934), Vice-President; Bartolomé Masó (1830-1907) President; Manuel Ramón Silva, Secretary of the Interior, representative to the Constituent Assembly of La Yaya. Standing: Ernesto Fons Sterling, Secretary of the Treasure; Andrés Moreno de la Torre, Secretary of Foreign Affairs; José Braulio Alemán, Secretary of War
A Very Good Item. Item #16524
La Ilustración Española y Americana was a weekly Spanish magazine that was published from 1869 to 1921.
The final three months of the conflict escalated to become the Spanish–American War, with United States forces being deployed in Cuba, Puerto Rico, and the Philippine Islands against Spain.