The National Palace, Managua, November 13th 1899 (Handwritten Letter)

The National Palace, Managua, November 13th 1899 (Handwritten Letter)
The National Palace, Managua, November 13th 1899 (Handwritten Letter)
The National Palace, Managua, November 13th 1899 (Handwritten Letter)
The National Palace, Managua, November 13th 1899 (Handwritten Letter)
The National Palace, Managua, November 13th 1899 (Handwritten Letter)
The National Palace, Managua, November 13th 1899 (Handwritten Letter)

The National Palace, Managua, November 13th 1899 (Handwritten Letter)
Description : 100% Original, Stamped & Signed Letter. Genaro Lugo, Minister for Foreign Affairs; The National Palace Managua, November 13, 1899. This is a handwritten letter from Genaro Lugo at the Palacio Nacional to Senor Don Juan Giordano, Consul General de Nicaragua en Napoles (Italia). As well as the department. By the same name. It is the largest city in Nicaragua in terms of population and geographic size. Located on the southwestern shore of Lake Xolotlán or Lake Managua. The city was declared the national capital in 1852. Prior to its inception as the capital city, the title had alternated between the cities of León. The city has a metropolitan population of about 2,408,000, this includes the neighboring cities of Ciudad Sandino. Managua is composed predominantly of mestizos. Who are mainly of Spanish descent, with a small minority being of German and Italian descent. Managua is the second most populous city in Central America, after Guatemala City. History: In 1899, the banana industry in Honduras was growing rapidly and the peaceful transfer of power from Policarpo Bonilla. To General Terencio Sierra. Would mark the first time in decades that such a constitutional transition had taken place. By 1902, railroads had been constructed along the country’s Caribbean coast to accommodate the growing banana industry. However, Sierra made efforts to perpetuate himself in office after refusing to step down after a new president was elected in 1902 and would be overthrown by Manuel Bonilla. 1893: The Liberal Party seizes power and names José Santos Zelaya president of Nicaragua. Lewis Hanke, an U. Agent, intervenes in support of the Conservative cause. War ships take possession of the Fonseca Gulf. Measurements : 13 inches in length 8.25 inches in width. Condition : The condition is very poor (see picture). There is visible aging and several stains to the document including a red stain on the bottom underneath the signature. However, it is mounted nicely and is removable with four plastic clips to a cardboard backing. The item “The National Palace, Managua, November 13th 1899 (Handwritten Letter)” is in sale since Friday, January 9, 2015. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Military”. The seller is “michaelmark1122″ and is located in Chicago, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica.
The National Palace, Managua, November 13th 1899 (Handwritten Letter)