Alice Bullock Collection,
Identifier: AC 344-p
Scope and Content
The collection consists of miscellaneous cards, letters, articles, and brochures. It includes an untitled typed manuscript on the history of the creation of New Mexico Territory. There is an essay " Santa Fe, City in Two Worlds" written by Fredric Brown (1906-1972), and a pamplet titled "Last Will and Testament of Charlie Masters".
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Alice Bullock was a well-known amateur historian and author who spent much of her life writing about the legends and folklore of rural New Mexico. She was born July 4, 1904 in Oklahoma. Her family moved to New Mexico in 1912. A graduate of Highlands University, she moved to Santa Fe in 1941, and taught school. In the 1950s she wrote hundreds of fictional stories. In the 1960s, she began writing about New Mexico people and places. She visited the small towns of New Mexico and recorded the old-timers' stories. She published these stories in the Santa Fe New Mexican and books such as Living Legends of Santa Fe, Mountain Villages, The Squaw Tree and Monumental Ghosts.
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- Guide to the Alice Bullock Collection, 1951-1975
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- Finding aid is in English
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