The main objective is to digitize each and every one of the pages of the newspapers that have been officially registered as published in the Falcón state. So far, we have digitized more than 110 thousand pages of newspapers. Including the following titles: Honda, Renovation, Gaceta de Occidente, Médano, La Mañana, El Coriano and Jornada. The digitized files are being uploaded to the Hemographic Archive, which can be consulted and downloaded.
The Documentary Archive is made up of volumes and books that date from the year 1640. Including Wills, Slave Marriages, Public Instruments, Federal Revolution Documents, Births, Deaths and Marriages.
BOOKS HISTORIAN CARLOS GONZÁLEZ BATISTA
We provide researchers with their 23 liter works for online consultation.
So far, the collection has more than 18 thousand digitized frames. The images cover the period from 1950 to 1992. In just over 40 years of experience, Casto Ocando was able to gather more than 80 thousand images, currently being the largest collection of photographic negatives in Venezuela.
The digital archive of the Great Botanist and Evolutionist Italo-Venezuelan Dr. Leon Camille Marius Croizat-Chaley. His collection includes manuscripts, drafts of published and unpublished works, slides, maps, research material, photographs, correspondence, notebooks, printed material, ephemera, some of his personal documents and books.
As part of its mission, Documentary Foundation has been developing an unprecedented editorial effort to reissue the most important works of narrative, poetry, chronicle, essays and historical Falcon state research. As part of that goal, our main concern is the preservation of the knowledge generated over decades by our intellectuals, academics, artists and thinkers.
Fundamemoria is developing an initiative to produce documentaries based on themes, stories and characters from our region, which may be of interest to the regional public, and to an audience inside and outside Venezuela.