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Fitzpatrick, George, 1904-1983



  • Existence: 1904-05-19-1983-02-24-

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

D. H. Lawrence Papers

Identifier: AC 131-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of letters, receipts, business cards, one newspaper clipping, one pamphlet, and several checkbooks found among Lawrence's belongings upon his death in 1930. Four of the letters are to Lawrence: one letter from publisher Edward W. Titus concerning the publication of "Lady Chatterley's Lover;" one letter from Mrs. E. Lahr of the Progressive Bookshop in London concerning newly published books; one letter from the Westminster Bank concerning Lawrence's bank accounts; and one...
Dates: 1922-1930

Fort Craig (N.M.) Letters

Identifier: AC 474-p
Scope and Content This collection consists of letters from Eva Reckhart, Dorothy Virgin, and George Fitzpatrick (editor of New Mexico Magazine) to Theron Marcos Trumbo regarding Trumbo's research on Fort Craig, New Mexico.
Dates: 1945 - 1946

George Fitzpatrick Collection

Identifier: AC 086
Scope and Content Assorted papers including correspondence, memoranda, misc. documents and notes. Draft manuscripts on various New Mexico personalities and subjects. Eleven donated books integrated into museum collection. Articles and clippings were integrated into the libray's verticle files.
Dates: 1928-1982

George Fitzpatrick Scrapbook

Identifier: MSS-13-BC
Scope and Content A scrapbook containing clippings from a series of articles about Black Jack Ketchum written by George Fitzpatrick and Joe Bursey for the New Mexico State Tribune, 1932. Thomas E. "Black Jack Ketchum was the leader of a notorious band of train robbers in the Southwest. He was hanged in Clayton, N.M. on April 26, 1901. The series of articles constitutes a biographical sketch of Ketchum from childhood through his death.
Dates: 1932