Ilfeld Family Letters,
Identifier: AC 113-P
Scope and Content
Collection consists primarily of letters received by Charles or Louis Ilfeld from family members and business associates. The letters primarily concern either family matters or the activities of the Charles Ilfeld Company. A few business documents are also in the collection.
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The Ilfeld family was very prominent in northern New Mexico where they operated businesses in Las Vegas and Santa Fe.
The Ilfeld Family letters were found in the desk of Charles Ilfeld, which William C. Ilfeld donated to the Museum of New Mexico.
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- Guide to the Ilfeld Family Letters, 1840-1928
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- Finding aid is in English
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