Víctor Manuel Albornoz
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Albornoz was born in Lima, Peru on March 23, 1896. His father was from Ambato, Ecuador, and his mother was from Lima, Peru. At a young age he moved permanently to Cuenca, Ecuador, where he completed all of his primary and secondary education.
He helped initiate journalism in Cuenca and founded the newspaper La Crónica.
On August 16, 1966 he was recognized as an Ecuadorian citizen according to Act No. 122 from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, because his father was Ecuadorian.
He died on October 26, 1975 of a brain hemorrhage.
He was married to Leticia Peralta Rosales, with whom he had 4 children.
- “Ojos en Extasis”
- “Jardín sin Sol”
- “La Llaga de Job”
- “Fray Vicente Solano” (1942)
- “Rafael María Arízaga” (1949)
- “Antonio Vega Muñoz” (1957)
- “Semblanza de Octavio Cordero Palacios” (1958)
- “Alberto Muñoz Vernaza” (1969)
- “Monografía Histórica del Cantón Girón” (1935)
- “Fundación de la Ciudad de Cuenca de América” (1941)
- “La Independencia de Cuenca” (1943)
- “La Antigua Tomebamba y Cuenca que Nace” (1946)
- “Cuenca a Través de Cuatro Siglos” (1959–60)
- “Acotaciones a las Relaciones Geográficas de Indias Concernientes a la Gobernación de Cuenca” (1951).