Zimmerman, James Fulton, 1887-1944
Found in 6 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.
Abstract This collection contains material from 1925-1941 with the majority of the collection concerning the New Mexico Coronado Cuarto Centennial celebration.
Dates: 1925-1941; Majority of material found within 1935-1940
Identifier: AC 06
Abstract This collection contains the papers of James F. Zimmerman, President of the University of New Mexico from 1927-1944. The papers contain correspondence, administrative records, legislation and other documents from the New Mexico State Legislature regarding the running and funding of the University.
Abstract Contains material related to Richard Page's controversial UNM Psychology Dept. 1933 survey titled "Attitude Toward Natively Spanish-speaking People of the Southwest" which was vehemently contested by New Mexican Hispanic persons and organizations as being insensitive and racist.
Dates: 1931-1968 (bulk 1933)
Scope and Content Note The collection contains two series, Inaugurations and Anniversaries. Inaugurations contains material on the inauguration of various University of New Mexico presidents including James Zimmerman, John Wernette, Thomas Popejoy, Ferrel Heady, Gerald May, Richard Peck, William Gordon, David Schmidly, and Robert Frank. It includes certificates of congratulations, programs, delegate acceptance letters, invitation, speeches, news articles, photographs, videos, etc. The Anniversaries series has...