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Members seated during Congress

© Archivo General de la Nación (Argentina)
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© Archivo General de la Nación (Argentina)

Members seated during Congress

Photograph of PEN members at a PEN Congress, with Argentinian Centre members seated at a table. Handwritten captions on the reverse side of the photograph note that amongst them are (from left to right): Manuel Gálvez, founder and first president of the Argentinian Centre; the Argentinian writer Antonio Aita; and the Argentininan writer Gustavo Martínez Zuviría, who is better known by his pen name, Hugo Wast. This photograph was most likely taken at the 14th PEN International Congress in Buenos Aires, which took place on 5-15 September 1936 at the Palacio de la Legislatura de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.

Membres durant un congrès

Photographie de membres du PEN au cours d'un Congrès du PEN International, avec des membres du Centre argentin assis à une table. Une note manuscrite au verso de la photo mentionne que parmi eux se trouvent (de gauche à droite): Manuel Gálvez, fondateur et premier président du Centre argentin; l'écrivain argentin Antonio Aita; et l'écrivain argentin Gustavo Martínez Zuviría, mieux connu sous son nom de de plume, Hugo Wast. Cette photographie fut vraisemblablement prise lors du 14e Congrès du PEN International qui s'est tenu à Buenos Aires, en 1936, du 5 au 15 septembre, au Palacio de la Legislatura de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.

Miembros sentados durante un Congreso

Fotografía de miembros PEN en un Congreso PEN, con miembros del Centro Argentino sentados en una mesa. Notas manuscritas en el reverso de la fotografía destacan que entre ellos se encontraban (de izquierda a derecha): Manuel Gálvez, fundador y primer presidente del Centro Argentino; el escritor argentino Antonio Aita; y Gustavo Martínez Zuviría, escritor argentino, más conocido por su seudónimo Hugo Wast. La fotografía fue probablemente tomada en el 14o Congreso de PEN Internacional en Buenos Aires, 1936, del 5 al 15 de septiembre, en el Palacio de la Legislatura de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires.

Date:

15/09/1936

Creator:

Argentinian Centre

Centre:

Argentinian Centre  (Centro PEN Argentina)

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