Archive photo of Carolyn Chester holding Cuban Telephone Company certificates. The family-owned company was confiscated by the Castro government decades ago.
Archive photo of Carolyn Chester holding Cuban Telephone Company certificates. The family-owned company was confiscated by the Castro government decades ago. Nati Harnik AP
Archive photo of Carolyn Chester holding Cuban Telephone Company certificates. The family-owned company was confiscated by the Castro government decades ago. Nati Harnik AP

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