University of New Mexico. University Libraries
- Existence: 2004-2013-
Found in 16 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection contains pamphlets related to Albuquerque and New Mexico. Topics range from political campaigns to national parks and monuments, and conferences convening in this area. Many pamphlets are aimed toward prospective residents, tourists, and health-seeking visitors to New Mexico.
Abstract This collection contains materials from Central American political campaigns during the mid-1980s, including political material from Honduras, Costa Rica, Nicaragua, Panama, and El Salvador. The majority of the collection consists of campaign pamphlets and information about candidates running for the presidency in the 1985 and 1986 elections.
Abstract This collection contains clippings pertinent to the life and times of Abraham Lincoln.
Abstract The collection contains indentures (agreements) describing property leases in Surrey and Middlesex counties, England, in 1846 and 1865.
Abstract This consists of a registry of masses sung and said between 1794 and 1817 in the Convent of San Antonio in Guatemala City.
Dates: 1794-1892 (bulk 1794-1817)
Abstract This collection of sound recordings was donated to the John Donald Robb Archive of Southwestern Music by the Music Department of the University of New Mexico. It consisted of three reels of pre-1963 commercial recordings of Native American music from Mexico and the Southwestern United States, which have been reformatted to CD.
Abstract The collection contains survey maps of the boundaries of land parcels within the Las Vegas Land Grant during the 1870s and 1880s. In most cases, the names of the title holders are given on the maps.
Abstract This collection is comprised of newspaper clippings regarding events in Latin America from 1952 to 1978. Articles are from United States and Latin American newspapers.
Abstract This collection contains 46 flyers and posters announcing events or situations pertinent to the Mexican Communist Party or affiliated organizations.
Dates: 1932-1938 (bulk 1933-1934)
Scope and Content This is an ongoing collection of materials assembled by the University of New Mexico, University Libraries. The collection represents a merger between the Albuquerque History and the New Mexico History collections. New Mexico history is the only unifying theme between the discrete items in this eclectic collection. Subjects include documentation of businesses, politics and government, civic groups, events, and individuals including Roy Stamm and William Smith Burke. Directories, news clippings,...
Abstract This collection contains photoprints (and their transcriptions) of passport records from the years 1825-1836. These records document immigration into New Mexico as well as passports given to individuals to go to Mexico for business purposes.
Abstract This is a collection of popular periodicals about the American West, with articles about lawmen, outlaws, lost treasure, ghost towns.
Dates: 1961-1985; Majority of material found in 1961-1978
Abstract This collection contains writings, posters, and handbills associated with the Portuguese Revolution of 1974.
Identifier: MSS-334 -BC
Abstract The main component of this collection is a report detailing the results of oil and gas exploration in the San Juan Basin, Northwest New Mexico, in 1920. Additional items include maps of the geology of the San Juan Basin and correspondence between Jack Sickler, geologist, and his business associates concerning oil leases in New Mexico.
Scope and Content The Astral Projection, an Albuquerque underground newspaper, began publishing in 1968. The paper belonged to the Underground Press Syndicate. As a member, they participated in exchanges with other alternative presses, receiving free copies of other underground newspapers in exchange for their own. The exchange copies received comprise the bulk of this collection and represents only papers published outside New Mexico. These are not complete series of underground newspapers, but are samples of...
Abstract This is a collection of propaganda published in Great Britain, Canada, France, Germany and the United States, documenting various points of view in regard to World War I and World War II.
Dates: 1896-1948 (bulk 1915-1948)