Renehan, Alois B., 1869-1928
- Existence: January 6, 1869 - April 20, 1928
Alois Renehan had studied law at Georgetown and moved to New Mexico Territory around 1892. He is known for his work as an attorney on land, title, criminal defense, and civil cases; his involvement in banking, mining, insurance, and politics; and his association with the Santa Fe Ring. He was a law partner of Carl H. Gilbert.
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Item — Box: 59.2
Identifier: AC 212
Scope and Content Collection consists of correspondence regarding the publication of various books by Charles Siringo; biographical materials on Siringo and A.B. Renehan; and typescripts of portions of two books by Siringo: "A Cowboy Detective," and "History of Billy the Kid." Much of the correspondence concerns objections by Pinkerton's National Detective Agency to Siringo's publication of books and other materials about his experiences as a detective for Pinkerton's.
Identifier: AC 075
Scope and Content The Bruce T. Ellis Collection consists of various original and photostatic copies of the Spanish, Mexican and American period of New Mexico's history. Ellis, a former employee of the Museum of New Mexico's History Bureau, collected and saved many of these diverse documents from destruction. The collection is arranged topically and then chronologically.