New Mexico. Legislature
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection contains audiotaped interviews, news clippings, articles, pamphlets, brochures, news letters, correspondence, and a scrapbook documenting the life and social career of Concha Ortiz y Pino de Kleven.
Identifier: AC 215
Scope and Content Documents contain: originals and copies of legislation to create the war memorial and its administrative branch, the Board of Historical Services, and to appropriate funds to build a new arsenal and armory. Addresses and a paper concerning World War I, that were delivered at various commencements, dedications, and memorials, are included (1917- 1919). Clippings from primarily New Mexico newspapers discuss Springer's activities as lawyer for the Maxwell Land Grant Company; Theodore Roosevelt and...
Abstract Minutes, reports and resolutions of two research committees for the New Mexico State Legislature: The Criminal Justice Study Committee and the Water Usage and Resources Committee.
Identifier: HHC 53
Abstract This collection consists of an oral history transcript and an article which focus on the career of Jonathan Mann (1947-1998), in his ten years working in the state of New Mexico starting with his first job on assignment from the Centers for Disease Control, Bureau of Epidemiology from 1974 to 1977 and ending with his seven years working with the New Mexico Health and Environment Department as State Epidemiologist/Chief Medical Officer/Deputy Director.
Identifier: HHC 65
Abstract This forty-three page interview documents the professional career of Albuquerque surgeon Dr. Lawrence H. Wilkinson (1916-1992). Included in this collection are the final transcript and audio recordings from an oral history recorded in 1984. Also included are three news clippings pertaining to Dr. Wilkinson.
Identifier: HHC 31
Abstract This material, saved and donated by Dr. Lawrence H. Wilkinson and his family, represents the personal life, career, and interests of a physician who practiced medicine in Albuquerque, New Mexico for forty years. Family mementos, professional and private writings, civic activities, honors, and correspondence highlight the life of a man devoted to his family, dedicated to his profession, and interested in helping to bring a medical school to his adopted state of New Mexico.