New Mexico officially became a state on January 6, 1912. William J. Mills, however, continued to serve until the inauguration of William C. McDonald on January 15, 1912, January 1-13, 1912.
File — Reel-frame: 185:847
Scope and Content
From the Collection: Collection consists of official papers of Governor Mills. Correspondence contains letters received and letterbooks of communications sent. Official papers include appointments, proclamations and orders. Reports to the governor contain those of territorial officers as well as of the Historical Society of New Mexico, St. Vincent Hospital and Orphanage, the Sisters of Loretto, and some local relief societies. Special reports contain files on the activation of the National Guard to Taos (1910), the mutiny at New Mexico Military Institute, and complaints by and against various territorial officials. Penal papers include pardons, commutations, paroles, extraditions, and reform school petitions.
- January 1-13, 1912.
Language of Materials
From the Collection: English.
Access to original materials restricted; Use microfilm only (Territorial Archives of New Mexico)
From the Collection: 5 Linear Feet