Austin, Mary, 1868-1934
- Existence: 1868 - 1934
Found in 18 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Alfred Vincent (A.V.) Kidder (1885-1963) was a well-known archaeologist working in the American Southwest. Kidder was active in the establishment of the Laboratory of Anthropology, Inc. and served as chairman of the board until 1935. The collection contains correspondence of A.V. Kidder during 1926-1935, covering a range of his activities and archaeological interests in the Southwest.
Identifier: MSS -611-BC
Scope and Content The Augusta Fink Papers consist of four boxes of research notes, correspondence, newspaper clippings, and interviews, used by Fink in her work on two of her books, the biography of Mary Austin, I, Mary, and her book on the Monterey Peninsula, Monterey: The Presence Of The Past. The collection is divided into four series: I. Research files and manuscript for I, Mary; II. Research files for ...
Abstract The collection addresses the life of author, feminist, and naturalist Mary Austin. Portraits of Austin, her friends, family, and fellow writers are included.
Abstract This collection contains 15 photographic prints from the personal files of Beatrice Chauvenet.
Abstract This collection consists of material collected and produced by Dennis Trujillo for the research and writing of his dissertation “The Commodification of Hispano Culture in New Mexico: Tourism, Mary Austin, and the Spanish Colonial Arts Society."
Abstract The collection consists of manuscript materials, correspondence, newspaper clippings. Among the manuscript materials are typescript and holographic chapters from an unpublished manuscript on Spanish Colonial arts and typescript chapters from the books Indian Stories from the Pueblos and Native Tales of New Mexico.
Dates: 1886-2000 (bulk 1920-1934)
Identifier: AC 283
Scope and Content This collection contains copies of correspondence with Charles F. Lummis, Ernest Thompson Seton, and others; correspondence and newspaper clipping about the New Mexico State Garden Club, the Daughters of the American Revolution (D.A. R.) in New Mexico, the Folklore Society and fiestas sponsored by them; correspondence with Witter Bynner, Seymour I. Hess and Cassidy about changes to the Acequia Madre in Santa Fe. Also included in the collection are Spanish colonial furniture design drawings and...
Identifier: AC 036
Scope and Content The collection includes Cassidy's correspondence, manuscripts, and newspaper clippings dealing with Pueblo Indians. Also included are copies of correspondence by Richard Kern, who was an artist on the Fremont Expedition of 1848-49.
Dates: 1921-1961; 1848-49; 1912; 1935-1939
Identifier: MSS -238 -BC
Abstract The bulk of this collection is correspondence between author Jack Schaefer and librarian Arthur DeVolder at Zimmerman Library, University of New Mexico, regarding research materials later used as background information for Schaefer's writings.
Identifier: AC 183-P
Scope and Content Collection consists of nine broadsides (Numbers 1-5, and 7-10) from the "Southwest series sponsored by Powell in the 1950s for distribution to his friends and family. Each broadside was designed and printed by a notable printer such as Grant Dahlstrom or Carl Hertzog, and featured an excerpt from the work of a prominent Southwest author. The authors represented in the broadsides are Will Levington Comfort, Patricia Paylore, J. Frank Dobie (on three broadsides), Haniel Long, Mary Austin, Charles...
Identifier: AC 009-P
Scope and Content Collection consists of typescript originals and carbon copies of personal and professonal letters of Mary Austin, 1931-1932. Personal letters include: one addressed to Mrs. Thomas Wood Stevens that discusses marriage and the completion of her autobiography, 1932; and one addressed to Elizabeth that discusses Austin's health and the closing of the Spanish Arts Shop, 1933. Professional letters consist of correspondence during 1931 from Mary Austin and her secretary Harriet V. Noble to Mrs. Julia...
Scope and Content The bulk of the Mary Austin Papers is made up of photocopied articles, poems, and short stories published in various magazines during her career. The articles, poems, and short stories run the gamut of her interests, including Indian and Spanish folk drama, the social life and culture of the Southwest, poetry, religion, mysticism, natural history, folk art, and the history of the greater Southwest. The collection also contains correspondence, dating from 1921-1933, and housed primarily in Box...
Abstract This collection contains photographs of Mary Hunter Austin and Native Americans.
Scope and Content Richard Lowitt taught American History at Connecticut College, Florida State University, the University of Kentucky, the University of Maryland, and the University of Rhode Island. He joined Iowa State University, where he was the chair of the History department. He eventually became a professor of American History at the University of Oklahoma, and Regents Professor at the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma. This collection is comprised of Lowitt's notes and photocopies of...
Dates: 1899-1993 (bulk 1910-1936, 1982-1988)
Identifier: AC 172
Identifier: AC 436
Scope and Content Collection consists of board minutes, financial reports, correspondence, legal files, newspaper clippings, newsletters, programs, posters, scripts, photographs, and files on productions of the Santa Fe Community Theater.
Scope and Content Collection consists of the administrative records, correspondence, and financial records of the Spanish Colonial Arts Society and its store, the Spanish Arts (Santa Fe, NM). The bulk of the records pertain to the first twenty years of the Societys existence, 1929-1949. Included are incorporation papers for both the Society for the Preservation of Spanish Antiquities in New Mexico (1913), and the Spanish Colonial Arts Society (1929). Also within the collection are the Spanish Arts store...
Identifier: Ms. Coll. 17
Abstract This is the research collection of Teresa Hayes Ebie revolving around the lives and work of notable figures of the Taos art scene in the 20th century. Much of the collection contains photocopies. There is a notable amount of audio cassettes containing interviews, the bulk of which were recorded in the 1990s.
Dates: Majority of material found in 1900 - 2000