University of New Mexico
Found in 30 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Contains material produced or collected by Aurelio Espinosa Sr. and Aurelio Espinosa Jr. Both father and son were pioneers in the fields of New Mexican Spanish language and regional folklore and cultural productions. The material in the collection also reflects the extensive research on folklore traditions both father and son conducted in Latin America and particularly in Spain where they befriended and interacted with Spanish officials including General Francisco Franco during his regime.
Abstract The collection contains financial records, booking and logistical information, promotional materials, event programs, and video cassettes from the speaker series started as part of the celebration of UNM's centennial in 1989.
Abstract This collection contains material produced or collected by Christine Sierra. A UNM faculty member from 1986 till 2014, Professor Christine Sierra’s expertise is in American Politics with a focus on Latino/a politics, and women in politics. Much of her scholarship analyzed community organization's work on immigration, education, and other forms of activism. The material in this collection reflects the extensive research conducted by Christine Sierra.
Scope and Content This collection, containing correspondence, holographic notebooks, prints, and clippings, appears to have been compiled by the University of New Mexico Special Collections. It documents discussions between the Library and Frieda Lawrence, concerning the disposition of D. H. Lawrence's manuscripts. It also contains correspondence from Albert James Diaz, Special Collections Librarian, requesting biographical information about Frieda Lawrence. Diaz was involved with editing and ultimately...
Identifier: MSS -249-SC
Scope and Content Elfego Baca's campaign brochures make up the bulk of this small collection. The brochures contain a brief history of Baca's life, including stories of gunfights, Billy the Kid, and dealings with the law, while also outlining his political ambitions. Additionally, the collection contains two pieces of correspondence written by Baca, an open letter written by Baca about the 1940 election, a letter from Mrs. Elfego Baca to Clinton P. Anderson informing him of Baca's death, and Baca's memorial...
Dates: 1904-1945 (bulk 1934-1945)
Identifier: AC 06
Abstract This collection contains George Clayton Pearl’s personal and business records. The business files contain project information from his professional projects with SMPC Architects along with projects he undertook on his own. These projects deal mainly with historic preservation issues in New Mexico along with new projects he took on after retirement from SMPC Architects. Also included are personal correspondence materials, personal items, sketch books and photographs.
Dates: 1890-2003; Majority of material found within , 1950-2003
Abstract This collection is a gift from Nancy Tucker, and consists of a scrapbook called The Girl Graduate: Her Own Book, a copy of the UNM Mirage yearbook from 1934, a high school scrapbook, a college scrapbook, and a signed copy of Rhymes from New Mexico by Charles E. Hodgin.
Dates: 1924 - 1934
Abstract The Guy Robert Johns Papers pertain to landscape architecture projects in Minnesota, California, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico.
Abstract The Toulouse Papers contain local, state and national campaign literature from the1970s-2001 includings materials from Democratic National Conventions in 1988, 1992 and 1996. The personal papers cover James R. Toulouse's legal career and Charlotte J. Toulouse's interest in children's rights, rights of the disabled and the elderly as well as environmental issues.
Dates: 1939-2001; Majority of material found within 1969-2001
Abstract This collection contains photographs of the University of New Mexico and other Albuquerque locations.
Abstract Scrapbooks documenting life on University of New Mexico campus.
Abstract The majority of this collection consists of materials relating to Los Alamos Scientific Laboratory and its role in World War II. Press releases, newsletters, speeches by J. Robert Oppenheimer, correspondence to laboratory employees, and excerpts from news stories about Los Alamos and the Atom Bomb Project comprise the bulk of this small collection.
Dates: 1942-1963; Majority of material found within 1942-1949
Scope and Content The collection primarily contains notes taken in preparation for writing, "New Mexico's Fight for Statehood, 1895-1912," which appeared in the New Mexico Historical Review from 1939 to 1943. It includes biographical data on Miguel Antonio Otero, Harvey Butler Fergusson, Thomas B. Catron, Herbert Hagerman, Shandon Bernard Rodey and others; excerpts from newspapers; quotations from documents; and correspondence with those involved in the statehood fight...
Dates: 1890-1943 (bulk 1890-1912)
Scope and Content The Mexican Bookplate Collection consists of 170 Mexican bookplates, plus four French examples. The collection represents the styles of heraldry and of ornamentation in vogue at various times in the 20th century. Many of the illustrations are rare examples including those of more modern design. No attempt has been made to chronologize the collection or to attribute dates, artists, or the owners who commissioned the plates. Variations of iconography for a single moniker or logo are...
Abstract This collection contains 128 chapbooks on various topics from Mexico, most of which are printed by Antonio Vanegas Arroyo, and many of which are illustrated by JosÃ© Guadalupe Posada.
Dates: 1880-1967 (bulk 1880-1919)
Scope and Content A miscellaneous collection of ledgers, cash books, stock holder registers, letter books, etc. of companies doing business in New Mexico, 1868-1939. This collection was formerly known as Deming Business Records; the name was changed in 1997 to better describe the material. Records are from Deming businesses as well as businesses in Las Vegas and Los Lunas. The majority of the volumes record the transactions of mercantile and real estate companies in New Mexico....
Scope and Content This is a collection of posters, bumper stickers, and flyers that were generated in New Mexico, and especially in Albuquerque. This collection was compiled by the Center for Southwest Research. Many of the posters were posted on the University of New Mexico campus during the 1970's. Dates from the collection generally refer to the approved posting date by the Student Activities Center rather then the actual date of the event. Events represented in this collection include performances at the...
Identifier: UNMA 043
Abstract Meeting minutes, correspondence, and reports from the office of the Provost/Vice President of Academic Affairs, including reports from the University of New Mexico's academic departments and branch campuses.
Dates: circa 1970-circa 2000
Abstract Photographs of R. W. D. Bryan, teachers, and students of the Albuquerque Indian School and the University of New Mexico as well as buildings and mining operations in New Mexico.
Scope and Content Printed Broadside of "El Conde de Montecristo," or The Count of Montecristo. Part of the Spanish Graphical Ephemera Collection MSS 426 BC. This is a collection containing 11 didactic Spanish broadsides. Each item consists of a folio sheet with 48 small illustrations and two or three lines of rhyming text beneath the illustrations telling a cautionary, historical, or religious tale. Colophons list distributors for ten of the items as being...
Abstract Elias Sleeper Stover was elected the first President of the University of New Mexico on February 9, 1891. The collection consists mostly of letters between Stover and UNM faculty.
Abstract Contains material produced or collected by Teresa Córdova. Material applies to Teresa Córdova's time serving as Bernalillo County Commissioner, her work as a professor at the University of New Mexico, as well as her contribution to several grassroots organizations, advisory councils, and editorial boards. Included are papers relating to Chicano/a Studies, environmental justice, Bernalillo County, women's issues, Intel, and various organizations involved with city planning.
Dates: circa 1985-2012
Identifier: UNMA 124
Abstract Meeting agendas and minutes, requisition orders, research reports, correspondence, newsletters, books, news clippings, flyers, programs, pamphlets and brochures, video and audio cassettes, posters, and memorabilia from the planning and execution of the University of New Mexico’s Centennial events.
Abstract Snapshots of University of New Mexico professors, administrators, and their spouses at social gatherings between approximately 1973 and 1979.