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Benjamin was one of many traders buying and selling a variety of commodities in Manhattan's vibrant financial district. However, debts incurred by the purchase of expensive mill machinery, coupled with declining sugar prices, forced the bankruptcy of Polledo, Rionda and Co. As part of a court settlement of Polledo, Rionda's remaining assets, the Rionda brothers acquired the Central China and the Matanzas warehouses. Manuel returned to Dating briefly to work with his brothers. The Braga Brothers Collection is arranged in four record groups and is further divided into record series.

The ledger entitled "Marine Insurance G. The majority of the maritime papers are written in English braga some in Spanish and a few in French and German. Thomson Gale, Donated to the Libraries' Department of Special Collections in The earliest records in the Braga Brothers Collection date to and bear the name of a commission merchant, Lewis Benjamin.

Box Nebraska contains insurance policies, receipts and ledgers related to ships, cargoes on ships, and cargoes stored in wharves and bulkhe.

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The family also owned sugar plantations near that Cuban port. In addition, the record group includes material from the W. Additional documents were donated to the Libraries by the Braga family in When possible, these items were merged with existing records series and record groups. A typical cargo pouch contains sales receipts, import slips, invoices, insurance receipts, memoranda and charter memoranda.

The memoirs and recollections of family members see also: Addendum recount the history of the intervening years.

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The company was a sugar export house with its office and warehouse in Matanzas. ByRionda, Benjamin and Co. Manuel returned to New York and attempted a new partnership with Kelly, but that lasted only a year. Ledgers and other ing books, blueprints, and maps are also found in the collection. Bythough, he was back in New York working with the firm of J. Ceballos and Co. The record trail in Record Group 1, however, stops in Record Group 2 starts inand there are no records in the collection for the intervening years.

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The Czarnikow-Rionda Company was a major braga sugar trading house, and through its affiliate, the Cuban Trading Company, it handled dating twenty percent of Cuba's sugar exports between and Czarnikow-Rionda purchased and sold Cuban cane sugar and molasses, and exported jute bags, mill machinery, and other provisions to Cuba. Most of Record Group IV depicts the production of raw sugar and other cane products, but there is also substantial documentation on Cuban cattle ranches and several experimental ventures. From its offices on Wall Street the company bought and sold ship lo of raw sugar, provided sugar mills with equipment and supplies, and negotiated short term crop loans to Cuba's sugar producers.

Record Group 1 includes correspondence, bound and unbound business records, shipping contracts and other maritime documents, legal papers, and Nebraska circulars. Czarnikow-Rionda's affiliated companies in Cuba and the United States included cane farms, sugar mills, storage and weighing facilities, a sugar refinery, alcohol distilleries, and cattle ranches.

Some pouches especially and may also include towing bills, quarantine bills, shipwright bills, bills of lading, storage receipts, consulate bills, custom house receipts, warden's office legislative acts, bank correspondence, sugar weight return notices, marine protests, import bonds and trust receipts. Bythey had acquired the Central China and contracted with Franklin Farrel of the Farrel Foundry and Machine Company of Ansonia, Connecticut, to modernize the estate's industrial plant. Please read the Permissions for Use statement for information on copyright, fair use, and use of UFDC digital objects.

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Charter parties found independent of cargo pouches are listed separately. The collection also includes nineteenth century material from several commission merchant houses based in New York and Cuba. The addendum also describes non-textual materials, such as photographs, maps and plans, memorabilia, and artifacts.

Series 6 includes cargo pouches, charter parties, maritime protests, insurance policies, and contractual records. The collection consists primarily of administrative correspondence--letters, memoranda, and cables. Record Group 2, contains the administrative files and letterbooks from the office of Manuel Rionda y Polledo, first president and chairman of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company. Francisco continued at the Elena estate until the de la Torrientes sold it. The Braga Brothers Collection also documents a family network that has been involved in the sugar industry since the mids.

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Quickly, though, the business network began to crumble. Codes were used primarily for business security, but were often employed in sensitive communication related to government relations.

The eldest brother, Franciscoresided in Cuba most of his life. Donated to the Libraries' Department of Special Collections inthe collection is one of the richest archival sources on the modernization and expansion of the Cuban sugar industry. Although it traded in sugar from around the world, its principal source was Cuba.

These firms operated a trade network between Europe, the United States, and Cuba, and were typical of the Spanish merchant houses that once dominated Cuba's commercial life. Record Group 1 of the Braga Brothers Collection is a valuable resource for studies of early North American investments in the Cuban sugar industry.

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The collection begins in with the records of Lewis Benjamin, a commission merchant in New York City. The latter includes original maps of the sugar estates and aerial photographic surveys of the Francisco and Manati sugar mills.

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Series 31 consists primarily of business correspondence received at the early Rionda trading houses in New York City. In addition, Czarnikow-Rionda owned or controlled six raw sugar factories in Cuba. While all three of the brothers were in Cuba, the New York business was left in the hands of a partner, Hugh Kelly. The Riondas then focused their energies on sugar properties they acquired in the vicinity of Sancti Spiritus in Santa Clara province. The Benjamins' business interests are also well documented in the correspondence with Lewin and Sohr of Antwerp and Truninger and Company of London.

Manuel also moved to Cuba and assumed control of the Matanzas warehouses for a brief period.

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Some materials, however, fell outside the scope of the original donation. The series also contains a small of private letters and documents from family members in Spain and Cuba. In the meantime, Francisco and his uncle enlarged their Cuban sugar holdings. These are described in an Addendum group and include the personal papers and memoirs of several members of the Braga family. A small amount of family correspondence can also be found. The principal holdings in the collection are the records of the Czarnikow-Rionda Company of New York and its subsidiaries and affiliates.

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The principal holdings of the collection are related to the Czarnikow-Rionda Company of New York founded in and its subsidiaries and affiliates. The collection is, as well, an unavoidable historical source on topics pertaining to the social and political aspects of sugar production in pre-Castro Cuba. It contains the reference and correspondence files of corporate officials and the records of ten departments. Sugar transactions are prominent throughout most years, but dating included are braga grain transactionsiron rails and bat guano sales Some cargo pouches contain charter parties and have been labeled as such.

The Polledos and Riondas also enjoyed a long and profitable association with George S. In addition to the refinery, Hunt operated a fleet of ships that traded primarily in Maine lumber products and Cuban sugar and molasses. Nebraska data and records related to the technology employed in the manufacture of raw sugar, molasses, alcohol, and other cane products are evident as well. As the archive of a large North American company that did business in Cuba it provides insights to the unique commercial relationship that once existed between Cuba and the United States.

From the beginning of the 20th century until the early s, Czarnikow-Rionda was one of North America's largest importers of sugar and molasses. English and Spanish are used throughout the collection, and a knowledge of both languages is essential to properly research some topics.


ByFrancisco had married Elena de la Torriente, the daughter of one of Cuba's wealthiest sugar barons. From there, the collection journeys through almost one hundred years of sugar history. Smathers Libraries. Also included in the series are copies of letters sent from the trading houses, but most of the outgoing correspondence will be found in the letterbooks in Series Some internal business correspondence, including memoranda, is also found along with contracts and other business documents. The largest part of the collection consists of cargo pouches.

A list of terms decoded by researchers is available.

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Czarnikow-Rionda and its affiliates were involved in every sector of the cane sugar business including cane cultivation, refining, storage and transportation, financing, and brokerage. Codes used for the names of people and companies present a more perplexing problem. The original pouch envelopes, many of which were wrapped in bundles marked "conment envelopes," have been retained. It also documents the Spanish communities in the United States and Cuba and the important role they played in the development of Cuba's sugar industry.