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Governor Edmund Ross Papers,

Identifier: 1959-087
Scope and Content Collection consists of official and personal papers of Governor Ross. Includes letters sent and received, a letterpress book, appointments, proclamations and circulars, legislative papers, reports to the Governor, reports from the Governor to the U.S. Secretary of the Interior, expense reports, and penal papers. Materials relating to public lands in New Mexico, taxation of Pueblo Indian lands, conflicts between cattle and sheep interests in Rio Arriba County, construction of a new state...
Dates: 1885-1889

New Mexico and Texas 19th Century Photograph Collection

Identifier: PICT-000-465
Abstract A collection of 19th century photographs of New Mexico and Texas, mounted on cards, consisting of town views, buildings, and street scenes taken in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Las Vegas, Kingston, Chloride, and El Paso.
Dates: 1880-1891

New Mexico Capitol Buildings Improvement Commission Records,

Identifier: 1972-004
Scope and Content Collection consists of records of the New Mexico Capitol Buildings Improvement Commission and other territorial and state agencies charged with the duties of construction, maintenance, improvement, and supervision of territorial and state government buildings and lands, particularly those located in the state capital of Santa Fe (1853-1968). Includes records of the New Mexico Public Buildings Commission (1853-1873); Capitol Rebuilding Commission (1892-1901); Capitol Custodian Committee...
Dates: 1853-1968

Old Santa Fe Folio

Identifier: PICT-2003-001
Abstract Portfolio, probably originally bound with twine, containing hand-colored collotype prints of historical, civic, religious, and commercial buildings, and monuments in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Dates: 1910

San Gabriel, N.M. Map and List

Identifier: MSS-261-OV
Scope and Content The collection consists of a map, "The Original Settlers of San Gabriel" and a list of the "Colonists & Soldiers who Accompanied Don Juan de Oñate to New Mexico in 1598 & Established the First Capital of New Mexico, San Gabriel." Research for the creation of both items was conducted by Antonio Gilberto Espinosa. The list of colonists and soldiers was found in the Scholes collection (MSS 360), with questionable provenance. Since it is the companion piece to the map, it was...
Dates: 1961

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