School lands -- New Mexico
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Clarence Herrick was the second president of the University of New Mexico from 1897-1901. The collection consists primarily of correspondence from Herrick's time at UNM.
Abstract David Ross Boyd served as the president of University of New Mexico from 1912-1919. This collection consists mostly of letters between Boyd and UNM faculty members.
Identifier: UNMA 099
Abstract David Spence Hill served as the president of the University of New Mexico from 1919-1927. The collection contains correspondence with faculty and students, information on campus lands, writings, and scrapbooks.
Abstract Edward Gray became president of the University of New Mexico in April 1909. His collection contains primarily correspondence between Gray and UNM faculty members.
Abstract Elias Sleeper Stover was elected the first President of the University of New Mexico on February 9, 1891. The collection consists mostly of letters between Stover and UNM faculty.
Abstract William George Tight became the third president of the University of New Mexico in 1901 and was the originator of the Pueblo style architecture for many of the campus buildings. The collection consists mostly of correspondence with faculty members during Tight’s tenure as UNM president.