This work, “Introducción a las bases documentales para la historia de La República Del Perú con algunas reflexiones”, is technically, not a bibliography. The entries provided do not provide the names of the publishing presses, editors, number of pages, physical measurements, and other similar details. The purpose of this work is to show a “list” with some details and it is to be seen as a practical guide to those interested in its contents. There is a total of 479 pages, with 6320 entries. Like previously stated, the annotations consists of the name of the work, the author, and the year it was published. These entries are divided by a couple of sections. There are 3 sections, with the third section having 6 subsections.
Catalogs or Peruvian guide (works that are related to only Peru)
General publications abroad
International or Latin American works published abroad
1. In Chile
2. In Europe
3. At colleges in the United States
4. At the National Archives and in the State Department in the United States
5. General catalogs of big libraries
6. General catalogs and indexes of some libraries and Hispanic American archives
After the last entry, there is a table of contents at the end. This table of contents is very detailed and includes the subjects and dates of the works included in this volume.
At the end of the 1950’s, Peruvian society went through a series of structural changes in their politics, economy, and society. This work contains an introduction to the Andean rural history of Peru. There is a total of 179 pages with 270 entries. The annotations for these entries contain the title, author, # of pages, publication details, and a small description. There are a couple of indexes. They are author, title, subject, and country. The table of contents is the very last page fo this work.