Clark, Ann Nolan, 1896-1995
- Existence: 1896-12-05-1995-12-
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Ann Nolan Clark Letters
Abstract Letters by Ann Nolan Clark to Hy Adler, Albuquerque Book Dealer.
Ann Nolan Clark Manuscripts,
Identifier: AC 043
Scope and Content Collection consists of three manuscripts of a book written by Nolan on Father Eusebio Francisco Kino (1645-1711) entitled "Father Kino: Priest to the Pimas." Kino was a major figure in the history of Southeast Arizona. One manuscript is handwritten, the second is typed with handwritten corrections, and the third is a typed copy of the final draft.
Ann Nolan Clark Native American Education Papers
Scope and Content The collection consists of materials related to the education of Native American children, including administrative documents, curriculum materials, teacher guides, and mimeographed compilations of work written and produced by students. Most items are specific to the Southwest, with a few from the Mountain West and Great Plains. Some touch on the role and effects of World War II on native populations. Some of the curriculum texts are hand-colored by the students who used them. Ann...
Dates: 1935-1979; Majority of material found within 1942-1945
La Galeria de Los Artesanos Collection,
Identifier: AC 400
Abstract The collection consists of primarily fiscal, operational, and other bookstore related business files accumulated over fifty years of gallery and bookstore operations.
Oral history interview with Theda Rushing
Abstract Rushing discusses her experiences working with Ann Nolan Clark, Sophie Aberle, Felix Cohen, and developing a home-based sewing business.
Dates: 2005 September 9
Rydal Press Collection
Identifier: AC 480
Scope and Content The collection consists of correspondence, printing orders for private individuals, State of New Mexico certificates and forms, and other printing for business and tourism in New Mexico, Colorado and Texas. The correspondence is from notable literary people in New Mexico. The printed material contains examples of business marketing and political interests from 1930 to 1967.