John L. Gregg papers
Scope and Content
The John L. Gregg papers mainly document Gregg’s long-term employment with the Elephant Butte Irrigation District (EBID), including memos and reports written by him. The collection has been divided into three series: Memos, Statements, and Articles; Printed materials; and Photographs. A small amount of personal material is included, mostly in the form of photographs showing friends, historic buildings, and other subjects.
Language of Materials
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.
John Lawson Gregg was born April 13, 1905 in Spokane, WA to Ethel Batchelor Gregg and Alexander H. Gregg. The family moved to Las Cruces, NM in 1911. Ethel Gregg taught elementary school in Las Cruces. Gregg graduated from Las Cruces High School in 1923, where he played on the football team. In 1932, he started work for the Elephant Butte Irrigation District (EBID) as an assessor and collector. He worked for the company for 37 years, 24 of those as a manager. He was a member of the New Mexico Farm Livestock Bureau and in 1981 he was appointed to the Interstate Stream Commission by Governor Bruce King.
5 Linear Feet (15 Boxes)
Professional and personal papers of John L. Gregg, a longtime Elephant Butte Irrigation District employee.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
- RG80-014 Gift of John Gregg
- RG81-077 Gift of John Gregg
- RG91-102 Gift of John Gregg
- RG95-061 Gift of John Gregg
- RG96-080 Gift of John Gregg
- RG96-202 Gift of John Gregg
Portia Vescio with Cecelia Carrasco and Roxanne Klunczyk, September 2002.
- Guide to the John L. Gregg papers, 1910-1996
- Portia Vescio
- © 2007
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