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1933 Chicago World's Fair Southwest Indian Exhibit Collection,

 Collection
Identifier: AC 065
Scope and Content Supported by photographs now in Photo Archives, History Bureau, Museum of New Mexico, this collection (hereafter cited as the La Fonda Hotel Collection) consists of a body of manuscript materials relation to efforts by the Atchinson, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad and the Fred Harvey group to sponsor a Southwestern Indian Exhibit at "A Century of Progress, International Exposition; Chicago, 1933" -- more commonly known as the 1933 Chicago World's Fair. Arrangement: By subject matter...
Dates: 1913-1950

John Baptiste Salpointe Manuscripts

 Collection
Identifier: AC 417
Scope and Content This collection is a series of handwritten manuscripts on Indians of the Southwest. Most pages are written in English, although some are in French (Salpointe's native language) and one essay is in Spanish. Topics covered include: dances, mythology, traits, and Indian wars. He focuses on the Apache, Navajo, Papago, Zuni, and Pueblo Indian tribes.
Dates: 1834-1889

My Adventures in Zuni: Typescript,

 Collection
Identifier: AC 055-P
Scope and Content Typescript copy of My Adventure in Zuni was written by Frank H. Cushing.
Dates: 18--

Nicholas Roosevelt Diary,

 Collection
Identifier: AC 194-P
Scope and Content Diary contains descriptions and daily observations of Southwest Indians and landscape, the Grand Canyon, and other related topics. Nicholas Roosevelt, a cousin of Theodore Roosevelt, accompanied the U.S. President on this tour of the Southwest in the summer of 1913.
Dates: 1913

"These are the People," typescript,

 Collection
Identifier: AC 329-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of the typescript of Alice Marriott's book These are the People for the Laboratory of Anthropology, Santa Fe, New Mexico, June 1947.
Dates: [1951]