Luis López Domínguez

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Luis López Domínguez (1810–1898?) was an Argentine political journalist and historian. In addition, he was the Minister for Economic Affairs for Argentina and served as an ambassador for Argentina to the United States, United Kingdom[1] and Spain.[2]

The British Library holds the Domínguez Collection, a collection of nineteenth-century political pamphlets.[3] The collection also contains the work of Lorenzo Lopez (died 1833).[4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ López, Mario Justo (2000). Ferrocarriles, deuda y crisis: historia de los ferrocarriles en la Argentina 1887 / 1896 (1. ed. ed.). Buenos Aires: Ed. de Belgrano. p. 433. ISBN 9505772815. 
  2. ^ "Latin American Independence: Nineteenth Century Political and Official Pamphlets: From the British Library, London". Gale Cengage Learning. 
  3. ^ "Hispanic Collection". British Library. 
  4. ^ "Named Collections of Printed Materials (D)". British Library.