Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Charles M. de Bremond Family papers
Abstract Swiss immigrant; Roswell, New Mexico, farmer and rancher, and commander of the New Mexico National Guard's Battery A. Comprised of business and personal and family papers, consisting of correspondence, diaries and journals, financial records, and other materials related to his sheep ranching and farming interests and his military service, including his service in the Swiss cavalry and his service on the border during the Mexican Revolution (1916) and in France during World War I (1917-1918)....
Dates: 1866-1934; 1896-1930s
Donald D. Stern papers
Abstract Donald David Stern served in the United States Air Force during World War II and was a prisoner of war who was held captive by Germans. The papers includes letters from Donald to his family members while serving in the military, which date from the 1940s. Bulk of the material consist of correspondence, personal and military material.
Dates: 1940 - 1950
Jerry Thompson collection of New Mexico Civil War research
Abstract The Jerry D. Thompson papers document the research done by Thompson on the American Civil War in New Mexico. The collection includes his extensive archival research of wartime correspondences and military records, as well as other published sources on the Civil War pertaining to New Mexico. The collection also includes some maps, photographs, and finding aids Thompson used during his research.
Dates: 1960 - 2000
Joseph Quesenberry diary
Content Description The collection includes a bound replica of the original diary belonging to Joseph "Joe" Quesenberry. The diary contains entries regarding his departure from Las Cruces to serve the United States military (Company K, 18th Infantry). The diary is Joe's firsthand account of his time serving in World War I, date span includes December 31, 1916 to March 1, 1918. Included in the collection are photocopies of various publications that pertain to Captain Quesenberry. Photocopies of publications include...
Dates: December 31, 1916 - March 1, 1918 and undated
U.S. Army on Mexican Border Service Album
Unprocessed — Box 65