Pueblo Indians -- New Mexico -- Pictorial works
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This family photograph album documents a 1903 journey taken by Edgar Forrest Wolfe, his wife, and infant daughter from New Mexico to California.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of Albuquerque High students, and facilities, many landscapes, and cityscapes, and other photographs mainly dealing with education and geology.
Abstract Photographs of cowboy author John Sinclair, his wife Evelyn, their friends, and various places in New Mexico where they lived, photographed, or that figured in their writings. There are photos related to Sinclair's family in Scotland and ranching activities in the Southwest.
Abstract Collection includes two loosely bound albums containing excellent photographs of Pueblo Indians of New Mexico taken 1936-38 for the U.S. Soil Conservation Service. Collection also contains an aerial view of the Albuquerque Indian School and the first interstate conference for high schools on soil conservation. Personal photos include portraits of Bolles and family, his home and its gardens.
Abstract Photographs documenting the construction and dedication ceremonies at Santa Maria de Acoma, a catholic church and mission at McCartys, New Mexico designed by John Gaw Meem.
Abstract This photograph depicts members of Troop I, First New Mexico Cavalry which chased Geronimo into the Mogollon area in May or June, 1885.