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Arthur and Lorene Delgado Collection of Manuel Delgado Papers,

 Collection
Identifier: 1988-037
Scope and Content Collection consists primarily of the military papers of Manuel Delgado (a captain in the Spanish Army), 1778-1794. Most of the documents concern administrative matters related to several presidios in northern New Spain. Other topics include military desertions, military benefits, financial accounts, a land conveyance in Santa Fe, and judicial proceedings.

Collection is in Spanish.
Dates: 1778-1836

Dalton C. Bergan research materials on Lucien Bonaparte Maxwell and François Xavier Aubry

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-765-BC
Abstract This collection is composed of Dalton C. Bergan's research notebooks, photocopied material and note cards on Lucien Bonaparte Maxwell and François Xavier Aubry. Bergan used some of this material to write a book on Aubry.
Dates: 1852-1978

Out-of-State Historical Newspapers Collection related to New Mexico

 Collection
Identifier: AC 419
Scope and Content Collection contains 56 historical newspapers with identified articles and comments on New Mexico and its contemporary political, economic, and cultural situations. Most of the newspapers are from New York and Pennsylvania.
Dates: 1825-1881

St. Vincent Hospital [1851-1979], a typed manuscript

 Collection
Identifier: AC 288
Scope and Content Collection consists of a typed manuscript on the history of St. Vincent Hospital, in Santa Fe. It was written by Marcus J. Smith, M.D., under a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities during 1978 and 1979. It begins with the arrival of Bishop Jean Baptiste Lamy, who requested that nuns from the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati be sent to Santa Fe to establish a hospital. The history covers the establishment and growth of the hospital during the late nineteenth century as a a...
Dates: 1979

Ted Otero Collection of Historical Documents,

 Collection
Identifier: 1964-001
Scope and Content Collection consists primarily of military and personal papers of Bernardo Vasquez-Franco, a commissioned officer in the Mexican army, 1817-1845. The military papers include orders, financial accounts, reports, laws and decrees for several presidios in northern Mexico. These decrees relate to supplies, promotions, distribution of lands, Indian wars, the opening of ports on the Pacific coast, and battles at Rosario. A set of papers dated 1845 concern foreigners and illegal sales in the Santa Fe...
Dates: 1772-1867

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