Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 465 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Collection contains photographs of Armand G. Winfield.
Abstract Business and personal papers of the Reid family who operated an Angora goat ranch in Kingston, NM.
Abstract The collection contains a typescript photocopy of "Sam's Story: The Autobiography of Austin A. Sam" which details the life of a Navajo Indian living in a "white environment." The collection also contains descriptive materials about the Houck Chapter of the Navajo reservation and material related to Sam's schooling and military service.
Dates: 1952-2010; Majority of material found in 1983-1992
Abstract This collection contains photographs of various locales, primarily in New Mexico. Most images are of buildings and architectural details of buildings in small towns, cities, and the pueblos of New Mexico.
Abstract The collection documents some of Basia Irland’s water-related projects. The bulk of the material relates to A Gathering of Waters: Rio Grande, Source to Sea, focusing on the plight of the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo from its source in the Colorado mountains, through New Mexico, and forming the border between Texas and Mexico.
Dates: 1975-2004; Majority of material found within 1996-2004
Scope and Content This collection contains the photographs of the Ann Baumann Trust, which was created by Ann Baumann, daughter of New Mexico artist Gustave Baumann, in order to promote Baumann’s artistic legacy and preserve his archival materials. The collection contains prints, color slides and transparencies, negatives, and photo albums documenting Baumann's life, artwork, and legacy. The collection consists primarily of Gustave Baumann’s photographs, including professional portraits...
Dates: circa 1860-2012; Majority of material found in 1895-1974
Scope and Content Collection consists of materials created and collected by Smaulding. Most of the items relate to his athletic career, including a scrapbook of newspaper clippings on his achievements as a high school athlete and professional baseball player, and yearbooks of Albuquerque High School from 1917, 1918, 1920, and 1924. Collection also includes Smaulding's 1923 contract with the semi-professional baseball team the Queen City Stars of Seattle, and the constitution and by-laws of the Chicago-Piney...
Abstract This collection includes photographs, slides, posters and other visual material related to Beatrice Mandelman and Louis Ribak's professional artistic work, along with family, friends, other Taos artists, and travel images.
Abstract Photographs concerning government-sponsored art during the Depression era that were supported by the Work Projects Administration (WPA) and related organizations. Focuses on works of art, artists, art centers, art education, governmental officials, and politicians involved in these public art projects.
Abstract This collection contains photographs relating to the history of the Bell Ranch.
Dates: 1896, 1984
Identifier: PAC 038
Scope and Content The Ben Wittick Photograph Collection is one of the most significant extant collections of work by photographer Ben Wittick. Substantial in size, with over 1,000 glass plate negatives alone, this collection is one of the major holdings in the Photo Archives. Wittick's photographs are of historical importance and represent one of the most important visual collections documenting early New Mexico and the Southwest. In addition to stereocards, boudoir cards, cabinet cards, prints, and negatives...
Dates: 1879 - 1903
Abstract Photographs taken by Colonel Talley during a 1937 family trip to the Southwest, focusing on Native Americans and scenes in New Mexico.
Identifier: PAC 025
Scope and Content Collection consists of some 300 early images by various photographers of primarily southwestern Indian subjects, printed in a variety of formats and sizes (cabinet cards, stereos, boudoir cards, etc.) from the 1870s through 1912. Original collection by B.M. Thomas was added to by his son Bradley M. Thomas following Benjamin’s death. Photographs are itemized by negative number followed title or description. Mnay of these images have been posted on the Palace of the Governors Photo Archive online...
Dates: 1863 - 1928; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
Abstract The collection contains portraits by Bernard Silberstein of artists who worked at the Taller de Gráfica Popular in Mexico City.
Abstract The collection contains residential real estate transaction records primarily for Albuquerque, NM and records of farms and ranches for sale across the state.
Dates: circa 1960-circa 1988
Identifier: MSS KING
Abstract The collection contains the personal collection of former New Mexico Governor Bruce King, with significant portions of the collection representing the involvement of his wife, Alice Martin King, in state politics.
Dates: 1961-1997; Majority of material found within 1978-1994
Abstract Collection includes selected items representing the activities of the former Bunting Visual Resources Library at UNM. Formats include slides, study photographs, and digital photographs, along with administrative, project, and vendor records. The primary subjects are New Mexico architecture and art, and image sources determine arrangement.
Dates: 1948-2016; Majority of material found within 1960-2005
Abstract This collection contains photographs documenting the career of hydrogeologist C.V. Theis.
Abstract This collection contains portraits of Carl Magee and friends.
Identifier: PAC 035
Scope and Content Important collection of original photographs of Hopi, Apache, Havasupai peoples, Fort Apache and other locations, dated circa 1900. As an established artist, Werntz had a highly sophisticated approach to photography. No accession records for this collection. The work of William H. Simpson somehow seems to be tied to this collection but there is no paper trail to verify that.
Abstract The album is a visual record of the multiday February 1925 Carnival festival in Veracruz, Mexico. Depicted subjects include the Carnival Queen and court, as well as children's courts, social and professional groups in processions, musicians and decorated parade floats.
Abstract Papers, images and audio-visual material relating to New Mexico and its history, as well as the book in New Mexico.
Abstract This collection contains photographs taken by Carol Sullivan, an anthropologist, who did extensive research on the American Indian Movement (AIM), especially the 1973 occupation of Wounded Knee, at Pine Ridge, South Dakota. An addition includes photos related to Wounded Knee, S. Dakota, and research in Mexico. A second, unprocessed, addition includes sketches by Carol Sullivan and others, along with exhibit material.
Identifier: MSS -641-BC
Abstract This collection contains papers of Caroline Schmidt and her sister Margaret, covering their teaching careers and education in New Mexico. It also includes political campaign material from New Mexico elections in the 1940's.
Identifier: PAC 047
Scope and Content This extensive collection comprises the working career of Cary Herz over the course of more than 25 years in New Mexico. It includes original prints and negatives, color slides, book manuscripts, Compact Discs, video tapes, and some documents and correspondence. The majority of the documents and correspondence are housed in the Fray Angelico Chavez History Libray in the New Mexico History Museum. Her women's movement and female athelete material, completed before she moved to New Mexico, is...
Dates: 1984 - 2008