Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 467 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Business, professional and personal papers of Abelicio Marquez Peña, New Mexico sheep rancher, politician, foreign diplomat, writer and alumnus of the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (New Mexico State University).
Dates: 1894-2004; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
Abstract Collection contains views of Mexico from the series "Vistas Mexicanas" by Abel Briquet, a French photographer who worked in Mexico at the turn of the century.
Abstract One photograph of two men on horseback in Canyon de Chelly.
Abstract Four pictures which include 3 photographs of Arizona and a photograph of Ben Lilly.
Dates: ca. 1890s
Identifier: AC 507
Scope and Content Collection consists of documents and materials related to the mission and business of the Agua Fria Village Association. There are minutes, correspondence, city and county plans, materials on developments that impact the Agua Fria area, and documents pertaining to the creation of the Agua Fria Traditional Village and the association. Photographs and videos have been transferred to the Photo Archives.
Scope and Content The Alamo Navajo Oral History Project collection consists of 23 interviews on 26 CDs with related photographs. The interviews were conducted between 1977 and 1984 with people from the Alamo Navajo Reservation in southwestern New Mexico. The interviewees include: Louise Abeyta, Narciso Abeyta, John Anderson Pino, Denny Y. Apachito, Julian Apachito, Martiano Apachito, Billy Apachito, Hattie Apachito, Helen Apachito, Ida Apachito, Bessie Field Baca, John M. Baca. Thomas Ganadonegro, John Guerro,...
Abstract Papers of Albert Curry which contains photographs of New Mexico Agricultural College, now New Mexico State University, and information of the Mesilla Valley Audubon Society.
Dates: 1916 - 1980
Abstract This collection consists of photos and documents primarily related to Albino Mendoza’s artistic work at the Teatro Casino Luís Mier y Terán in Oaxaca, Mexico.
Scope and Content This collection consists of portraits of local dignitaries, politicians and people of note which were produced in the Albright Art Parlors studios in Santa Fe and Albuquerque between 1880 and 1912 by resident operators. These portraits (on cabinet, boudoir and some larger card stock) offer a glimpse into the people and styles current in New Mexico during this period of time.
Dates: 1880 - 1912
Abstract Photograph of Central School in Albuquerque and three portraits.
Dates: circa 1900
Abstract The Albuquerque Photograph Collection is comprised of photographic prints, negatives, and postcards, depicting Albuquerque locations, landmarks, persons, and events.
Dates: 1881-1986; Majority of material found within 1900s, 1920s, 1950s, 1960s
Abstract This collection is comprised of contemporary digital photographs of Route 66 buildings and roadscapes in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Abstract This collection is comprised of papers and books pertaining to Alice Gill Benton, poet and resident of New Mexico.
Abstract Alice Smith Gatliff (1868-1936) was the owner of the “Curio Café” in Agua Prieta, Mexico. The collection contains postcards and photographs about the Mexican Revolution. It contains images of tourists in the Curio shop, Mexican leaders and officials, portraits of revolutionaries, trench warfare, train scenes, military camps, and prisoners at Fort Bliss.
Abstract This collection contains interior views of the Alvarado Hotel in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
Dates: circa 1900-1968
Identifier: AC 544
Scope and Content The collection consists of diaries, journals, letters, personal and home expenses, social and charitable events, clubs and other organizations, childhood memorabilia, and photographs of the Hollenback family who lived in Pennsylvania, New York and New Mexico. NOTE: The family names and relationships in the genealogy folders (Box 1, Folders 1 and 2) of the Hollenback,Welles, and Beard families The original photographs are in the collections of the New Mexico Photo Archives (HP.2011.26). Most of...
Dates: 1820-1970; Majority of material found in 1880-1920
Abstract The collection contains photographs compiled by members of the American Association of University Women's New Mexico chapter.
Abstract The collection documents people and events relevant to the American G.I. Forum (AGIF) of New Mexico. and by extension, the American G.I. Forum of the United States.
Unprocessed — Box 1 Unprocessed
Abstract André Roosevelt's "Quito Churches" was published in Quito, Ecuador by Editorial Gutenberg in 1939. The bound album contains 48 mounted photographic plates which depict churches and other ecclesiastic structures built in Quito during the colonial era.
Abstract This collection of black-and-white photos (with typewritten text on back) shows pupils and teachers at the Rationalist or Socialist Schools of Tabasco, Mexico, where agricultural practices were taught in post-Revolutionary Mexico.
Scope and Content The Ann DeHuff Peters collection consists of eight boxes, containing seven series. Photographs are integrated into the respective series. The material in Series I, Education and Teaching Career, includes forty-five folders about Peters' career from 1946 to 1991. Information about her employment at the University of California at San Diego, including student advisee records, some correspondence, curriculum vitae, medical licensure records, speaking engagements, extension course involvement, and...
Abstract The collection documents the activism and unrest of the 1960s-early 1970s in New Mexico, which largely reflects the national climate at the time.
Dates: 1967-2016; Majority of material found within 1967-1973
Abstract This collection contains 3 mounted photographs and a set of postcards entitled "Como es Buenos Aires en la Actualidad."
Abstract This collection contains photographs of scenes in Arizona including General Crook with staff, interpreters, and packers; Walnut Canyon; and the San Francisco Mountains.