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Identifier: AC 213
Scope and Content Collection contains records, interview transcripts, brochures, studies, and writings pertaining to public health and other aspects of Native American tribal lives.
Identifier: AC 038
Scope and Content The following is a list of principal categories. I. A summary of Beatrice Champion Chauvenet. II. Tsianina Evans - Jennie Avery Correspondence. III. Other biographical material. IV. Material relating to Edgar Lee Hewett, Ph.D. V. Bandelier National Monument. VI. Old Santa Fe Association. VII. Historical...
Scope and Content Collection consists of materials relating to the career of Elizabeth Garrrett, a blind singer and daughter of Sheriff Pat Garrett. Elizabeth Garrett served on the faculty of the New Mexico School for the Visually Handicapped and wrote "O Fair New Mexico," which was adopted as the official state song in 1917. In addition to various typed manuscript drafts of Buckner's unpublished biography of Garrett, the collection also contains articles and newspaper clippings about Garrett; letters about...
Dates: 1893-1992 (bulk, 1965-1966)
Identifier: AC 394
Scope and Content Collection contains drafts/transcriptions for the Adolph Bandelier diaries covering 1885 - 1892 (published in four volumes by the University of New Mexico Press). Included are transcripts of Bandelier material from 1880 - 1891 prepared by A. J. O. Anderson and Fanny Bandelier. A file of approximately 820 index cards with names is also included.
Scope and Content Collection contains the 18 linear feet of correspondence between Dr. Knowlton, colleagues, students, and publishers. Dr. Knowlton's manuscripts relating to his field of research are included, some of which have been published in professional journals. Professor Knowlton also collected manuscripts written by colleagues and students on subjects relating to Mexican-Americans, Bilingual Education and Native American issues. Also within the collection are 23 linear feet of reports, committee...
Identifier: AC 521-p
Scope and Content Folder contains a copy of the Codex Sierra (64 pages plus front and back cover): Nicolas Leon, ed. Códice Sierra. Fragmento de una nomina de gastos del pueblo de Santa Catarina Texupan .... 1550 a 1564. Mexico City: Museo Nacional de Mexico, and Poulat Litografía, 1906. Front cover states "Julia Bourgeois Mexico 1912." Digital images of the codex can be viewed at ...
Identifier: AC 040
Scope and Content Collection consists of the personal papers of ChÃ¡vez. Includes typed manuscripts, letters sent and received, certificates, biographical materials, and newspaper clippings. Among the letters are correspondence with various publishers and ChÃ¡vez's friend Frederick L. Grillo, as well as letters received from individuals such as Thornton Wilder, Paul Horgan, Erna Fergusson, Peter Hurd, and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Collection also includes materials concerning the publication of ChÃ¡vez's poem...
Identifier: AC 086
Scope and Content Assorted papers including correspondence, memoranda, misc. documents and notes. Draft manuscripts on various New Mexico personalities and subjects. Eleven donated books integrated into museum collection. Articles and clippings were integrated into the libray's verticle files.
Identifier: AC 075
Scope and Content The Bruce T. Ellis Collection consists of various original and photostatic copies of the Spanish, Mexican and American period of New Mexico's history. Ellis, a former employee of the Museum of New Mexico's History Bureau, collected and saved many of these diverse documents from destruction. The collection is arranged topically and then chronologically.
Identifier: AC 210
Scope and Content In 1968, Ms. J. K. Shishkin was assigned by Mr. Carlos Nagel, the director of the Museum of New Mexico, to write a history of the Palace of the Governors. In 1972, Ms. Shishkin submitted this manuscript consisting of 405 typewritten pages and 28 handwritten pages of footnotes. Carl E. Rosnek, Museum Director of Publications, returned the manuscript to Ms. Shishkin with editorial comments and corrections. Although Ms. Shishkin agreed to rewrite the manuscript, she did not finish the project by...
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.
Identifier: AC 402
Scope and Content The collection contains manuscripts for Louis Kraft's books (originals, edits, drafts); correspondence with friends, critics, writers, as it relates to Kraft's publications; magazine articles and lectures written by Kraft; his books; and photos of Kraft. Includes materials and script for the two-act play by Louis Kraft "An Evening with Ned Wynkoop."
Dates: 1982 - (open end)
Identifier: AC 141
Scope and Content This collection contains historical film and photographic research material of photographic and related matter depicting Native Americans at tribal dances and celebrations. Most of the collection consists of photocopied items from other repositories. The topical organization of the papers is Luther Lyan's creation.
Abstract Playwright and Professor of English at New Mexico State University. Best known for his Tony Award-winning play, Children of a Lesser God. His papers include plays, screenplays, novels, short stories, correspondence, memorabilia, and photographs, with the bulk of his papers consisting of rough, first, second, third, and fourth drafts of his work.
Dates: 1960 - 2003
Scope and Content Collection consists of the papers of Nathan Howard "Jack" Thorp. The bulk of the collection consists of undated cowboy songs, poems, riddles, and short stories. Included are New Mexican folk songs and documents pertaining to New Mexico saints and feast days. Also within the collection is a letter concerning editing of Thorps manuscripts (1936).
Dates: circa. 1930s
Identifier: AC 327
Scope and Content This collection contains Spanish and English song books and manuscript sheet music related to the Southwest, Mexico, New Mexico, and Santa Fe. The music consists of folk songs, ballads, popular mariachi music, traditional fiesta music, cowboy songs, traditional Native American tribal music, and others. The collection includes general piano music once owned by Charlotte Ilfeld, Alice K. Plimpton, Mary R. Van Stone, Elizabeth Willis DeHuff, and Lucile and Loraine Ridout.
Identifier: AC 226
Scope and Content The Ralph Emerson Twitchell Collection's first part consists of the papers of Ralph Emerson Twitchell (11-29-1859 to 10-26-1925), the attorney, public office holder and historian; Margaret Olivia Collins Twitchell (born circa 1868 to 1-29-1900), the first Mrs. Twitchell; Estelle Bennett Burton Twitchell (1-31-1872 to 10-13-1952), the second Mrs. Twitchell; and Waldo Collins Twitchell, the son of Margaret and Ralph who became an engineer and a writer. The second part of the Ralph...
Identifier: AC 110
Scope and Content Collection consists of clippings, magazines, pamphlets and research notes on adobe construction and solar and alternative energy. Materials includes a complete run of the Adobe News from the 1970s and a typed manuscript of Hopson's book "Adobe: A Comprehensive Bibliography" with annotations and corrections. The collection also contains clippings, pamphlets, directories, research notes, and oral history recordings concerning towns, hotels, inns, and opera...
Identifier: AC 189
Scope and Content A photocopy of Sheldon Reich's biography on Randall Davey. Collection also includes Reich's correspondence concerning his research for the Randall Davey biography and a fourteen page version of the biography. These papers were among the Randall Davey material the National Audubon Society donated to the Chávez History Library.
Identifier: AC 224
Scope and Content The Theron Marquis Trombeau papers include manuscripts, publications, correspondence and journals written between 1927 and 1979. Trombeau wrote extensively about southern New Mexico. He also wrote fiction, poetry, newspaper columns and essays. Some of his works explore homosexuality.
Identifier: AC 018
Scope and Content The Blackmore Collection includes promotional and research material documenting his investment concerns. Blackmore was instrumental in publishing books about the Southwest, Spanish land grants, Mexican land law and United States Territorial law regarding land grants. 1932 Barbara Aitken, an anthropologist who worked with Edgar Lee Hewett, secured the Blackmore Papers for the Historical Society of New Mexico. The Charles D. Poston papers are part of the Blackmore Collection. Most of...
Scope and Content Collection consists of the administrative records, research files, and miscellaneous documents of the Work Projects Administration, the Writers' Program and their predecessors in New Mexico. Administrative records (series I, 1935-1943) include correspondence, typescript drafts of proposed sections for a guidebook and various other records. Research files from the Federal Writers' Project in New Mexico (series II-XII, 1909-1971) were created and collected under the direction of State Director...
Dates: 1909-1971 (bulk 1930-1946); (1935-1943); (1930-1942); (1936-1940); (1936-1939); (1909-1939); (1936-1937); (1934-1939); (1936-1938); (1936-1971); (1935-1939); (1936-1946); (1930-1933); (1938-1942); (1938-1941)
- Fray Angélico Chávez History Library 17
- New Mexico State Records Center and Archives 4
- New Mexico State University Library Archives and Special Collections 1
- Manuscripts 19
- Clippings 9
- New Mexico -- History -- 1848- 6
- Authors, American -- New Mexico 4
- New Mexico -- History -- To 1848 4
- Diaries 3
- New Mexico -- Social life and customs 3
- Publications 3
- Scrapbooks 3
- Articles 2
- Historians -- New Mexico 2
- Interviews 2
- Mines and mineral resources -- New Mexico 2
- New Mexico -- Description and travel 2
- Pamphlets 2
- Poems 2
- Reports 2
- Addresses 1
- Adobe News 1
- Adobe houses 1
- Alabados 1
- Alcoholism -- New Mexico -- Gallup 1
- American poetry -- 20th century 1
- American poetry West (U.S.) 1
- Apache Indians - Wars, 1879-1886 1
- Archaeology -- New Mexico 1
- Archaeology -- Southwest, New 1
- Architecture -- New Mexico 1
- Arrangement (Music) 1
- Authors, American - 20th century - New Mexico -Las Cruces - Biography. 1
- Authors, American - 20th century - New Mexico -Las Cruces - Manuscripts. 1
- Authors, American -- Kansas 1
- Aztecs --Languages --Texts 1
- Building, Adobe 1
- Buildings -- New Mexico 1
- Cathedral Basilica of St. Francis of Assisi (Santa Fe, N.M.) 1
- Cathedrals--New Mexico--Santa Fe 1
- Certificates 1
- Cheyenne Indians-Wars, 1868-1869 1
- College theater - New Mexico - Las Cruces - History - Sources. 1
- Cowboys Poetry 1
- Cowboys Songs and music 1
- Cowboys writings, American 1
- Cowboys--Songs and music 1
- Directories 1
- Dramatists, America - 20th century - New Mexico - Las Cruces - Biography. 1
- Dramatists, America - 20th century - New Mexico - Las Cruces - Manuscripts. 1
- Drawing 1
- Earth construction 1
- Ethnology - Southwest, New 1
- Family histories 1
- Fiction 1
- Financial records 1
- Folk music--New Mexico 1
- Folk songs New Mexico 1
- Folk songs, English--New Mexico 1
- Folk songs, Spanish -- New Mexico 1
- Folk songs, Spanish--Mexico 1
- Folk songs, Spanish--New Mexico--Santa Fe 1
- Folk songs--Southwest, New 1
- Folklore -- New Mexico 1
- Folklore New Mexico 1
- Fort Marcy (N.M.) -- History 1
- Frontier and pioneer life West (U.S.) 1
- Genealogy 1
- Governors -- New Mexico 1
- Hispanic Americans -- New Mexico 1
- Hotels -- New Mexico 1
- Hunting -- West (U.S.) 1
- Hymns 1
- Indian dance -- Southwest, New 1
- Indian dance --Southwest, New 1
- Indians of Mexico -- Languages -- Texts 1
- Indians of North America -- New Mexico 1
- Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Economic conditions 1
- Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Education 1
- Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Health and hygiene 1
- Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Social conditions 1
- Indians of North America -- Wars -- 1815-1875 1
- Indians of North America--Arizona--Rites and ceremonies--Pictorial works 1
- Indians of North America--New Mexico--Rites and ceremonies--Pictorial works 1
- Land grants -- New Mexico 1
- Land tenure -- New Mexico 1
- Land titles -- New Mexico -- Rio Arriba County 1
- Land titles -- New Mexico -- San Miguel County 1
- Las Cruces (N.M.) -- History 1
- Lectures 1
- Manuscripts, Nahuatl -- Facsimiles 1
- Map 1
- Membership lists 1
- Mesilla Valley (N.M.) -- History 1
- Minutes (Records) 1
- Montezuma Rural High School Tribal Record 1
- Music 1
- Music--Manuscripts 1
- New Mexico -- Commerce 1
- New Mexico -- Economic conditions 1
- New Mexico -- Politics and government -- 1848-1950 1
- New Mexico -- Religious life and customs 1
- New Mexico -- Social conditions 1 ∧ less
- English 21
- Avery, Jennie M., -1976 2
- Bandelier, Adolph Francis Alphonse, 1840-1914 2
- Cassidy, Ina Sizer, 1869-1965 2
- Thorp, N. Howard (Nathan Howard), 1867-1940 2
- Alianza Federal de las Mercedes 1
- Anderson, Arthur J. O., 1907-1996 1
- Billy, the Kid 1
- Chavez, Angelico, 1910-1996 1
- Cullum, Kate H. 1
- DeHuff, Elizabeth Willis, 1886-1983 1
- Federal Writers' Project. New Mexico 1
- Fergusson, Erna, 1888-1964 1
- Fletcher, Alice C. (Alice Cunningham), 1838-1923 1
- Garrett, Elizabeth, 1885?-1947 1
- Garrett, Pat F. (Pat Floyd), 1850-1908 1
- Hewett, Edgar L. (Edgar Lee), 1865-1946 1
- Historical Society of New Mexico 1
- Hurd, Peter, 1904-1984 1
- Kraft, Louis, 1947- 1
- New Mexico Magazine 1
- Prince, L. Bradford (Le Baron Bradford), 1840-1922 1
- Renehan, Alois B., 1869-1928 1
- Robb, J. D. (John Donald), 1892-1989 1
- Roosevelt, Theodore, 1858-1919 1
- School of American Research (Santa Fe, N.M.) 1
- Tijerina, Reies 1
- Tingley, Clyde 1
- United States. Work Projects Administration 1
- Walter, Paul A. F. 1
- Wilder, Thornton, 1897-1975 1 ∧ less