Buckner Collection of Elizabeth Garrett Materials,
Scope and Content
Collection consists of materials relating to the career of Elizabeth Garrrett, a blind singer and daughter of Sheriff Pat Garrett. Elizabeth Garrett served on the faculty of the New Mexico School for the Visually Handicapped and wrote "O Fair New Mexico," which was adopted as the official state song in 1917. In addition to various typed manuscript drafts of Buckner's unpublished biography of Garrett, the collection also contains articles and newspaper clippings about Garrett; letters about Garrett sent and received by Buckner; transcripts of interviews with Garrett and her associates; and the lyrics, music and a 45 rpm record of "O Fair New Mexico. Collection also includes materials on Billy the Kid, and the Garrett family as pioneers in Chaves County and Roswell, New Mexico.
- 1893-1992 (bulk, 1965-1966)
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Goldie R. Buckner collected these materials in preparing a biography of Elizabeth Garrett that was never published.
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- New Mexico State Records Center and Archives
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- Inventory of the Buckner Collection of Elizabeth Garrett Materials, 1893-1992 (bulk, 1965-1966)
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- Finding aid is in English
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