Scholastic.com and Thomson-Gale have good resources. Not much else out there. Here is some of the bounty of images (in slide show form) found on stray hard drives that I have been exploring lately. The pictures in mini poster form come from allposters.com. They won't give you a better image. An idea is to assign the people pictured as a possible report subject. The soundtrack is the Puerto Rican anthem, La Borinquén. Here are the lyrics in Spanish, followed by the translation:
La tierra de Borinquén donde he nacido yo, es un jardín florido de mágico fulgor.
Un cielo siempre nítido le sirve de dosel y dan arrullos plácidos las olas a sus pies.
Cuando a sus playas llegó Colón; Exclamó lleno de admiración;
"Oh!, oh!, oh!, esta es la linda tierra que busco yo".
Es Borinquén la hija, la hija del mar y el sol,
del mar y el sol, del mar y el sol,
del mar y el sol, del mar y el sol.
The land of Borinquen where I have been born. It is a florid garden of magical brilliance.
A sky always clean serves as a canopy. And placid lullabies are given
by the waves at her feet.
When at her beaches Columbus arrived, he exclaimed full of admiration:
Oh! Oh! Oh! This is the beautiful land, that I seek.
It is Borinquen the daughter, the daughter of the sea and the sun.
of the sea and the sun, of the sea and the sun,
of the sea and the sun, of the sea and the sun!