University of New Mexico. Department of Facility Planning
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection contains the records of Friend of the North Golf Course (FNGC), an Albuquerque, New Mexico based citizen action group. FNGC focused on preventing building and development on the University of New Mexico's North Golf Course. The collection relates to the history of the organization, and the issues that were the focus of its activities.
Dates: 1918-2014 (bulk 1985-1995, 2007)
Identifier: UNMA 028
Scope and Content Files for the Department of Facility Planning and Office of the University Architect are combined in this collection. The collection contains information related to buildings, property or development of the University of New Mexico. The material is collected primarily from the University Architect's office and the University Secretary's office. There is material in this collection that predates the creation of the University Architect's Office. Folders pertaining to particular...
Scope and Content The Department of Facility Planning collection is comprised of approximately 800 sets of architectural drawings and plans for campus buildings at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. A small number of drawings are for buildings on the Gallup campus and for the University owned D. H. Lawrence Ranch outside Taos, New Mexico. Specific drawings include floor plans, elevations, mechanical and electrical plans, and detail drawings, as well as master plans, site plans, and landscaping plans....
Scope and Content Note The collection spans Mr. Hooker's career as University Architect, University of New Mexico, 1963-1987. It consists of materials related mostly to his professional societies and personal research. The collection contains materials relating to Hooker's work on the New Mexico State Capitol, and his publications, Only in New Mexico, Centuries of hands : an architectural history of St. Francis of Assisi Church and its missions, Ranchos de...