|Title:||Cuban girls at Siboney. These were members of a family that took "squatter's possession" of part of an old warehouse belonging to the mining company at Siboney. They were practically negroes, and got so dirty and tough for us, that we had them bounced.|
|Collection:||Florida History Photograph Collection|
|Files:||Spanish American War|
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