Jack P. Mills Memoirs
Identifier: AC 316-p
Scope and Content
Collection consists of a photocopy of a typed manuscript titled "Memoirs of Jack P. Mills;" a family tree and references. Included are newspaper clippings on Jack P. Mills and a promotional piece on Clayton, New Mexico.
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Jack P. Mills lived with his wife, Vera, in Cimarron, New Mexico, during the 1915-1920s. He worked in construction for most of that time but found an interest in southwest archaeology. He and his wife did extensive excavations in New Mexico and Arizona for over forty years. Mills also served as a deputy U.S. Marshal.
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- Guide to the Jack P. Mills Memoirs, 1892-1994
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- Finding aid is in English
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