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The digitization work will allow researchers not to have to go to the custody centers to locate the study pieces, but can have access from anywhere in the world through the digital archive prepared by the Foundation.
“The imposition table, the then super modern linotype, the mechurrio that warmed up to melt the lead, the old Chandler press that printed page by page, and the ineffable and not yet aged face of (the editor) Angel Medina Padilla, are memories that they associate tonight to evoke sincerely pleased, the journalism that we did in Chorus 30 years ago, and that I had as spokesmen for the newspaper ...
Anchored in the colonial zone, the old residence of the historian Carlos González Batista, today serves as the headquarters of two initiatives aimed at rescuing the historical and documentary memory of that city.
On rare occasions in Venezuelan cultural life it is impossible to demarcate the being from the place where he lives, the character is then preceded by the town, his workplace. As we approach Carlos González Batista, everything that makes up the Falconian region, its history, architecture and culture immediately jumps into view.