Quito, Ecuador: Manuel Piedra, 1923. Oversized Paperback. 60pp + nine plates + 2pp music. Large octavo. Text in Spanish. Somewhat worn and soiled wraps. Cover title reads "Homenaje de la Colonia Española a la República del Ecuador."
Discourses, speeches, biographic matter, etc., relating to the erection of a statue to the memory of Suárez Veintimilla and his military activites (e.g., his glorious sacrifice) in Morocco—a monument that was also serving double duty as a symbolic symbol of the relationship between Spain and Ecuador: presumably, not the indigenous population, but the descendants of Spanish colonialists.