New Mexico -- Pictorial works
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 20 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract German mining engineer and expedition artist who accompanied A. B. Gray and his party on their 1854 reconnaissance survey for a transcontinental railroad route along the 32nd parallel for the Texas Western Railroad Company. Twelve of the lithographs were done by Bien and Sterner Lithographers in New York and thirty-four were done by Middleton, Wallace and Company of Cincinnati. Not all of these images appear in the Gray report which was published in Cincinnati in 1856. There are scenes from...
Abstract Research photographs of Albuquerque, Bernalillo, and Placitas, New Mexico, as well as highway views and personal photographs.
Abstract Cyanotypes by Charles Fletcher Lummis, mostly of N.M. pueblos (especially Isleta), ruins and landscapes. Others were made in Peru, Mexico, and Guatemala.
Dates: 1890-1906, circa 1990s; Majority of material found within 1890-1906
Abstract Gilt leather album of 52 pages with 95 photochrom prints of William Henry Jackson photographic negatives depicting Native Americans from the Southwest, and scenes of California, Colorado and the Grand Canyon, with captions and copyright dates.
Dates: 1898-1902; Majority of material found in 1880s-1905
Abstract The Eduardo Fuss Photograph Collection consists of images of New Mexico towns, pueblos, National Monuments and Parks, and the cities of Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Taos.
Abstract The El Hispano News Pictorial Collection is comprised of photographs, halftone images, postcards, negatives, and other pictorial materials from the Albuquerque Spanish-language newspaper, El Hispano News.
Dates: 1938, 1958-2003; Majority of material found within 1958-2003
Abstract This collection consists mainly of New Mexico Tourist Bureau photographs.
Abstract The Howard Clinton Tibbitts Pictorial Collection is comprised of glass plate negatives of New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, and Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, and Piedras Negras, Coahuila in Mexico.
Abstract The album contains prints of photographs from Fred Harvey's, Indian Detours.
Abstract Site photographs of New Mexico landscapes, buildings and objects used by JK Lamkin in her paintings.
Abstract Modern copies of photographs located in the Laboratory of Anthropology in Santa Fe, documenting the construction of that building in 1930.
Abstract 23 black & white photographs of New Mexico.
Abstract Photographic prints by Linda Montoya of people and places in New Mexico.
Abstract The Marion Grace Saunders Pictorial Collection consists of photo albums, loose black and white photographs, a typed research paper with attached photographs and hand-drawn details of fountains, and slides from Marion Grace Saunders archeological travels in Guatemala, Mexico, Peru, Arizona, California and New Mexico.
Dates: 1933 - 1942
Abstract The collection contains black and white photographs taken by Sedillo of New Mexico Hispanic wooden hand carved furniture, doors, windows and portales, textiles, tin craft, bultos and retablos. Included are other miscellaneous photographs, prints and art works.
Dates: ca. 1926-1989
Abstract The Nancy C. Wood Photograph Collection consists of negatives, contact sheets, slides, loose black-and-white and color photographs of Taos Pueblo, the Ute tribe, small towns in Northern New Mexico and Southern Colorado. Images of Nancy Wood’s travels to European countries and to Japan are also included. The collection also consists of a small number of personal photographs as well as a small number of photographs taken by Nancy Wood’s husband, Myron Wood.
Dates: 1937-2003; Majority of material found within 1958, 1969, 1976-1979, 1985-1988, 1996-1999, 2003
Abstract Commercially reproduced and distributed postcards. Some are black & white photographs, others are tinted or printed from color film.
Abstract Rex Arrowsmith, who ran a Santa Fe trading post, collected this visual material.
Dates: 1890s - 1920s
Abstract This collection contains images of churches in New Mexico and Indians of North American in Arizona and New Mexico.
Scope and Content Collection consists primarily of Trent Thomass correspondence concerning his employment as an architect in California and New Mexico from 1918 to 1951. Also included are photographs of various buildings in New Mexico and Arizona from the Historical American Buildings Survey, including San Xavier del Bac Mission near Tucson and the New Mexico School for the Deaf in Santa Fe.