Manuel San Miguel Edit Profile
Student, University P.R., 1947-1951; student, University Pennsylvania, 1966-1968; student, Arts Students League, New York City, 1968-1969.
Historian San Juan National Historic Site, National Park Service, 1953-1963. Executive secretary Academy Arts and Sciences, San Juan, 1963-1964. Founder museum and study collection El Morro Castle San Juan National History Site.
Co-founder Caribbean Art Gallery, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Galeria Campeche, New York City. Consultant in field.
Captain United States Army, 1951-1953, Korea. Decorated Bronze Star with valor clasp and oakleaf cluster, Purple Heart, Combat Infantryman Badge, others. Named One of Ten Outstanding Hispanic Men, Orlando, Florida, 1991.
Member American Association for the Advancement of Science, Veterans of Foreign Wars (life), Disabled American Veterans (life), American Legion, Ateneo de P.R. (Board of Governors 1959-1960), American Biographical Institute (board advisors, life mem.bd. Governors), American Philatelic Society (postal commemorative society), Institute P.R. Culture (consultant), P.R. philatelic Association, International Platform Association, Lions (Lion of Year 1962-1963).
Married Sandra Bonilla, July 12, 1969. Children: Manuel, Ana.
1953 - 1963
1963 - 1964
Coqui de Oro award for contributions to Puerto Rican arts Casa de Puerto Rico, Inc., 1999.