Charles Frank England photographs
Scope and Content
The picture of the railroad station was taken by George Paris, a surveyor from New York who was living in Las Cruces. The picture of the railroad station was taken when President Teddy Roosevelt was going to be visiting Las Cruces, New Mexico. As told to Joan England by her father Charles, the cadets who lived in Las Cruces were to be the honor guard for the visit but in the end they were simply just a part of the crowd. The other picture is of Charles F. England in 1909-1910 when he was a cadet corporal.
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Open. All materials in this collection are available for research under supervised conditions in the Research Room.
Copyrights associated with materials in this collection have not been transferred to New Mexico State University.
Biography / History
This collection was received by Dr. Joan T. England from her father Charles Frank England during a visit in May, 1974. Charles England was a cadet corporal at the New Mexico College, in Las Cruces, New Mexico. England was last known to have lived in Vermillion, South Dakota, but nothing further is known about him.
Photographs from a former cadet corporal from the New Mexico College in Las Cruces in 1909, one of himself the other showing the scene before the arrival of President Teddy Roosevelt in Las Cruces, New Mexico.
Updated by Cassie McClure, 2005.
- Guide to the Charles Frank England photographs, 1909-1910
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- Finding aid by Cassie McClure.
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- Finding aid is in English
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