Albuquerque (N.M.) -- History -- 20th century
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Dates: 1927 - 1972
Dates: 1927 - 1998
Abstract This collection contains former Albuquerque mayor Harry Kinney's personal, family and political papers as well as some of his memorabilia. It also includes records for the organization Americans for Rational Energy Alternatives.
Abstract The Michael J. McGuinness scrapbook contains newspaper clippings and various materials related to the McGuinness family and St. Mary's School in Albuquerque, N.M., where Michael McGuinness went to High School.
Identifier: MSS -649 -BC
Scope and Content The collection consists of a total of eighteen interviews with eight individuals, recorded on eighteen 90 minute audiocassette tapes. All interviews were conducted in English by Benny Andrés, except the interviews with Dionicia Jojola, during which AndrÃ©s spoke English, Jojola spoke Spanish, and a translator served as the intermediary. There is a verbatim transcript for each interview. The transcripts for the Jojola interviews include the transcription of the translation. Also included in the...
Dates: 1995-1999 (bulk 1995)
Abstract The collection documents Ormand Birdsong’s employment at Sandia National Laboratory and contains other biographical/autobiographical information.
Dates: 1941-1999; Majority of material found within 1951-1983
Abstract This collection consists primarily of student ephemera created in April 1989 during the protest of an approved tuition increase at the University of New Mexico.
Scope and Content This small collection contains photocopies of letters written by William C. Leonard to his uncle, N.W. Leonard of Middleboro, Massachusetts. The letters were written between 1876 and 1901 while William C. Leonard lived in New Mexico. The letters deal primarily with sheep ranching, selling dry goods and real estate investment/rental. Of particular interest, these letters discuss the real estate market price fluctuations in New Albuquerque. The collection also...