Dillon, Richard Charles, 1877-1966
- Existence: 1877-06-24-1966-01-05-
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Collection consists of official papers of Governor Dillon. Includes correspondence with and reports from various state agencies concerning a broad range of issues such as education, hospitals, conservation of natural resources, and highways, as well as materials relating to investigations of A.R. Manby's death, and the conduct of San Miguel County officials, including Francisco Quintana. Also within the collection are materials concerning the Colorado River Commission, Historical Society of New...
Identifier: AC 475-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of one document appointing Katherine Stinson to attend the National Conference for the Development of Commercial Aviation, signed by Governor Richard C. Dillon, May 31, 1927.
Dates: 1927; Majority of material found in 1927
Identifier: AC 601
Scope and Content Collection contains material related to his political activities, and personal correspondence with his children. There is a small amount of school-related material from his daughter, Florence, who was a teacher.
Dates: 1906-1970; Majority of material found in 1920s-1940s
Identifier: AC 063
Scope and Content Collection consists of the correspondence and miscellaneous materials of Richard C. Dillon, 1927-1935. The bulk of the collection consists of Dillon's official correspondence as Governor of New Mexico, 1927-1930. Subjects discussed are appointments, Republican State politics and various other political issues. Some of these issues are: Bronson M. Cutting's re-election as U.S. Senator, 1934; the political influence of the Ku Klux Klan; David L. Geyer's proposed Homestead Law; W.C. Davidson's and...
Abstract The collection contains portraits of Richard C. Dillon, Governor of New Mexico from 1927 to 1931, and other photographs of New Mexico.
Abstract The Richard Charles Dillon Papers are a collection of documents relating to the political and business life of Richard C. Dillon. Most of the collection is correspondence generated during and immediately after Dillon's tenure as Governor of New Mexico, 1927-1931.