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Identifier: AC 166
Scope and Content Collection consists of the scrapbooks of New Mexico Governor Arthur Seligman, 1930-1933. Clippings represent newspapers throughout New Mexico and reflect the activities of Seligman as governor. Subjects include; politics, pardons, education, official appointments, veterans, the economy, the National Recovery Administration, and other related topics. The collection is rich in clippings pertaining to the National Miners' Union Strike of 1933 in Gallup, New Mexico.
Identifier: AC 221
Scope and Content
- Misc. newspapers and clippings.
- Misc. correspondence, typed and handwritten.
- Annual reports, diairies, account books, scrapbooks, checkbooks, checks, manuals, notebooks, map of Europe after WW I.
- Government documents (Federal and territorial).
- Deeds, property assessments.
- Various and sundry items.
Identifier: AC 215
Scope and Content Documents contain: originals and copies of legislation to create the war memorial and its administrative branch, the Board of Historical Services, and to appropriate funds to build a new arsenal and armory. Addresses and a paper concerning World War I, that were delivered at various commencements, dedications, and memorials, are included (1917- 1919). Clippings from primarily New Mexico newspapers discuss Springer's activities as lawyer for the Maxwell Land Grant Company; Theodore Roosevelt and...
Identifier: AC 060-S
Scope and Content These scrapbooks of clippings, primarily from New Mexican newspapers, cover the years of John Joseph Dempsey's political career from his first campaign for the U.S. Senate (1940) and his appointment as Under-Secretary of the Interior that same year, through his two terms as Governor of New Mexico (1942-1946). In all, there are 14 scrapbooks with a folder containing a few clippings from 1948. The first scrapbook (1940-1941) consists of clippings concerned only with his Senatorial...
Identifier: AC 063
Scope and Content Collection consists of the correspondence and miscellaneous materials of Richard C. Dillon, 1927-1935. The bulk of the collection consists of Dillon's official correspondence as Governor of New Mexico, 1927-1930. Subjects discussed are appointments, Republican State politics and various other political issues. Some of these issues are: Bronson M. Cutting's re-election as U.S. Senator, 1934; the political influence of the Ku Klux Klan; David L. Geyer's proposed Homestead Law; W.C. Davidson's and...
- New Mexico -- Officials and employees 3
- Scrapbooks 3
- Governors -- New Mexico 2
- Addresses 1
- Administrative agencies -- New Mexico 1
- Apache Indians -- Government relations. 1
- Business cards 1
- Crinoidea, Fossil 1
- Diaries 1
- Education--New Mexico 1
- Eulogies 1
- Europe--Description and travel 1
- Family papers 1
- Genealogy 1
- Homestead law -- New Mexico 1
- Indian agents -- New Mexico 1
- Indian reservations -- New Mexico -- Southern Apache Agency 1
- Lawyers -- New Mexico -- Santa Fe 1
- Legislators -- United States 1
- Maxwell Land Grant (N.M. and Colo.) 1
- Mines and mineral resources -- New Mexico 1
- New Mexico -- Commerce 1
- Newspapers 1
- Paleontologists -- New Mexico -- Santa Fe 1
- Pamphlets 1
- Pardon--New Mexico 1
- Photographs 1
- Programs 1
- Pueblo Indians -- Government relations 1
- Santa Fe (N.M.) -- Commerce 1
- Santa Fe (N.M.) -- Social life and customs 1
- Strikes and lockouts -- Coal mining -- New Mexico -- Gallup 1
- Ute Indians -- Government relations 1
- War memorials -- New Mexico -- Santa Fe 1
- World War, 1914-1918 1
- World War, 1914-1918 -- Veterans 1 ∧ less
- Undetermined 4
- Cutting, Bronson M., 1888-1935 1
- Dillon, Richard Charles, 1877-1966 1
- New Mexico. Legislature 1
- Nusbaum, Jesse L. (Jesse Logan), 1887-1975 1
- Thomas, B. M. (Benjamin Morris), 1843-1892 1