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Box 25


Contains 23 Results:

Silver City, WNMU, "Bronze Age Treasures from China," 580-318, Schuster,, June 1, 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 1
Scope and Contents Exhibit, slides, and lecture dealing with the items of the Bronze Age and the society in which they were produced, promote the understanding of ancient life in China, and their present culture.
Dates: June 1, 1981.

Santa Fe, New Mexico State Library, "Frank Waters,' 577-319, Gallett, June 3, 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 2
Scope and Contents Television program and interviews with the author, Frank Waters, discussing the motivation behind his career as a writer, his themes, reflections, and commentary on his most popular books.
Dates: June 3, 1981.

Albuquerque, Quote Unquote, Inc., "New T. V. for a New Decade," 581-320, Makley, ., June 19, 1981

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 3
Scope and Contents Series of already produced television programs with a panel discussion and audience participation designed to explore contemporary Humanities concerns in a New England Town.
Dates: June 19, 1981

Albuquerque, Political Science Dept. UNM, "Nuclear Arms & Human Values," 584-322, Morris,, July 7, 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 5
Scope and Contents Films and discussion: to promote an awareness of the role of nuclear arsenals in our national security, and how these arsenals affect our thinking and values.
Dates: July 7, 1981.

Las Trampas, Self Reliance Foundation, "Story Tellers," 586-323, Goldberg, (film)., July 1981

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents Video documentary in both English and Spanish about the "Hispanic Cuenteros," relating historical tale and the oral history of Northern New Mexico in order to communicate values between the older and younger generations.
Dates: July 1981

Albuquerque, Albuquerque United Artists, "Death of a Lightweight," 587-324, Bartlestone, (film)., July 1981

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 7
Scope and Contents Television program and docu-drama: illustrating the incredible life, character, and tragic death of the local Spanish American boxer, Victor Romero.
Dates: July 1981

Santa Fe, Houston, SW Alternate Media Project, "Fred Harvey," 588-325, DeWalt, (1 of 2)., July 1981

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 8
Scope and Contents Multi-State film on the life of Fred Harvey, the company he created, the impact of enterprises upon the cities and states in which he operated, then explore the social, political, and economic impacts in which Harvey worked and succeeded.
Dates: July 1981

Santa Fe, Houston, SW Alternate Media Project, "Fred Harvey," 588-325, DeWalt, (2 of 2)., July 1981

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 9
Scope and Content From the Collection: The collection consists of records for the New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities, detailing the business of the organization founded as the New Mexico Humanities Council in 1972. Also documented is its relationship to the National Endowment for the Humanities and similar institutions throughout the United States. The collection is arranged chronologically with most projects overlapping for a limited number of years. The collection is divided into chronological series by year,...
Dates: July 1981

Farmington, NAACP, NMSU/San Juan, "We'll Never Turn Back," 589-326, Arnold & Phillips,, July 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 10
Scope and Contents Exhibit followed by lecture, and discussion on the Civil Rights Crusade from 1955 to 1970, help the community better understand, and appreciate the efforts of black in the Civil Rights Movement.
Dates: July 1981.

Cloudcroft, Sacramento Mountains Historical Society, "Sacramento Mountains Settlement," 592-327, Wuersching,, July 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 11
Scope and Contents Interpretive photo exhibit to portray the contributions of the Mescalero Indians, Hispanic, and White Settlers to the economy and history of this region.
Dates: July 1981.

Las Cruces, Branigan Cultural Center/NMSU, "Buildings Reborn," 594-328,, July 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 12
Scope and Contents Standing exhibit and panel discussion on the value of preservation rather than destroying historical structures in a community. Includes photographs.
Dates: July 1981.

Santa Fe, Northern NM Humanities Council, NNMCC, "Health Care & Human Choices," 596-329, Thomas,, July 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 13
Scope and Contents Conference and discussion with humanities scholars and division leaders of New Mexico Department of Heath and Environment to seriously address the ethical, cultural, and historical problems of Health Care Services.
Dates: July 1981.

Socorro, NM Tech Advisory Council, "The Sky's The Limit," 598-330, Killingsworth,, July 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 14
Scope and Contents Lecture, slides, and poems with a humanist and an astrophysicist to broaden the public awareness of poetry and astrophysics, point out similarities and differences that these disciplines share.
Dates: July 1981.

Albuquerque, NM State AFL-CIO, COPE, "NM Labor Centennial Film," 603-331, Tolman,, July 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 15
Scope and Contents Film and lecture series with professional scholars and the public to focus on labor history that woman, Blacks, and Hispanics have played in American Society.
Dates: July 1981.

Las Cruces, Dona Ana NAACP, "Black Women: Achievement Against The Odds," 609-332, Lassiter,, August 17, 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 16
Scope and Contents Photo exhibit, lecture, and discussion to recognize efforts, victories, background, and contributions of Black Women have made to society.
Dates: August 17, 1981.

Farmington, Senior Coalition & San Juan County Community Resource Center, "Growing Younger," 610-333, Caron,, September 4, 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 17
Scope and Contents Conference, workshops, film, exhibit, television program, and lecture for senior citizens to generate proposals for the State Legislature, become aware of the aging process, contribution to communities, and information exchange. Workshops are also conducted in Spanish and Navajo.
Dates: September 4, 1981.

Albuquerque, NM Black Leadership Conf., "Planning Conference," 612-334, Herndon,, September 9, 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 18
Scope and Contents Planning grant to outline workshops on the issues of justice, employment, and education for Blacks.
Dates: September 9, 1981.

Springer, Luna Vo-Tech Institute, "American Short Story," 614-335, Olsen,, December 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 19
Scope and Contents Film presentation, handout, introduction, and discussion that will raise questions, point to dilemmas, suggest the conflicting values, illustrate the short story's place in the development of American culture, and how it sheds light on the period of the American past.
Dates: December 1981.

T or C, NM Tech Advisory Council, T or C Friends of the Library, "Cosmos," 617-336, Olsen,, December 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 20
Scope and Contents Videotape series with introduction and discussion on the topics of man's place in the Cosmos, evolution, sciences versus religion, other cultures, and cosmologies in the "Cosmos" television series.
Dates: December 1981.

Clovis, Life on High Plains Photo Committee, "Life on the High Plains," 619-337, Copeland,, December 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 21
Scope and Contents An interpretative photography exhibit and written commentary on the topics of Indian life, ranching, agriculture, railroad, the depression, minorities in the order of the Pre-1900, 1900 1925, Dust Bowl Days, and Post WWII.
Dates: December 1981.

Silver City, WNMU Museum, "Tut, Pompeii, Dorado, Empire," 620-338, Koenig,, December 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 22
Scope and Contents Exhibits, films, lectures, and discussions to explore the subject of relating the values of ancient people to the values of individuals today. The exhibits include Treasures of Tutankamun, Pompeii, Gold of El Dorado, and Crossroads of Empire.
Dates: December 1981.

Santa Fe, New Mexico State Library, "Rudolfo Anaya," 621-339, Johnstone,, December 1981.

 File — Box: 25, Folder: 23
Scope and Contents Television program that features an interview with the prominent New Mexico author, Rudolfo Anaya: to discuss the motivation behind his career.
Dates: December 1981.