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Tercera época - Nº 327. ISSN: 2530-7169. Lugar de edición: España. Entidad responsable. conCiencia Cultural

In the following pages, you can read the interview that gave us Quentin Wheeler in its original version. Those who wish to read the edited version in Spanish can find it in the following link.

On Broadway’s northern end, where the tip of Manhattan island begins to narrow between the Hudson and Harlem Rivers, is buried the great American naturalist John James Audubon. The area, known as Audubon Terrace, is where Archer Milton Huntington founded the Hispanic Society of America as a place to collect, preserve and study artifacts of Hispanic culture. Established in 1904, shortly following the Spanish-American War for Cuba and the Philippines, the Society had to overcome negative views of Spain in America at the time.