Agua Fria Village Association Collection
Identifier: AC 507
Scope and Content
Collection consists of documents and materials related to the mission and business of the Agua Fria Village Association. There are minutes, correspondence, city and county plans, materials on developments that impact the Agua Fria area, and documents pertaining to the creation of the Agua Fria Traditional Village and the association. Photographs and videos have been transferred to the Photo Archives.
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The collection is open for research.
Limited duplication of print materials allowed for research purposes. User is responsible for all copyright compliance.
The area of Agua Fria near Santa Fe, New Mexico, dates back to 1300 B.P. when the Pindi Indians occupied the north side of the Santa Fe river bank, commonly known as Pueblo Quemado. Spanish soldiers, ranchers, and farmers settled in the area in the 1700s. Agua Fria Village was designated a "Traditional Historic Community" by Santa Fe County in 1995. The Agua Fria Village Association was formed as a non-profit corporation in 1994, for the purpose of unifying the residents and property owners of the historic traditional Village of Agua Fria. The Association speaks for and officially represents the Village to public agencies. Its purpose is to protect and preserve the historical community and the character and property within it. Olivia Tsosie (see link to her papers below) was the founder of the Agua Fria Village Association.
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- Agua Fria Village Association Collection (AFVA), 1980-2010
- Edited Full Draft
- Kathryn Robens
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- Finding aid is in English
- Monday, 20210524: Attribute normal is missing or blank.