Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 465 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Collection contains portraits of Antresian, commissions, various lithography workshops including the Tamarind Lithography Workshop.
Abstract Collection consists primarily of photographs of Gendron Jensen, family, friends, acquaintances, and artwork.
Abstract Collection consists of 1 album containing 21 photographs/views of the Yosemite Valley by George Fiske.
Dates: circa 1885
Abstract Collection consists of photographs of colonial churches in New Mexico.
Abstract This collection consists mainly of New Mexico Tourist Bureau photographs.
Abstract Collection consists of ephemera related to George Orwell and his 1984 and Animal Farm works.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of agriculture in Britian and New Mexico.
Abstract This collection contains manuscript materials of George W. Evans, a rancher and hunter in Catron County, New Mexico in the early 1900's. The materials relate to the publication of his book, Slash Ranch Hounds.
Identifier: PAC 062
Scope and Content The primary set of material in this collection includes the cover, an introductory page, and 32 photographs from the book The Mokis and their Snake Dance by George Wharton James. The photographs, probably on collodion printing-out paper, are mounted on thin matte board pages. The book pages, now separated, each have three holes on the left margin. The book was published by Maude and Company, Photographers, Los Angeles, a company owned by the photographer and...
Dates: 1895 – ca. 1904
Abstract This collection contains the papers of writer, journalist, literary performer and tarot card reader Georgelle Hirliman, with emphasis on her time in New Mexico. The papers relate to Hirliman’s writing, including The Hate Factory and Dear Writer in the Window, as well as unpublished short stories and manuscripts.
Abstract This collection consist mainly of photographs documenting Glen Emmons's tenure as Bureau of Indian Affairs Commissioner.
Abstract The collection contains photographs compiled by Grace Thompson Edmister, musician, teacher, and director of the Albuquerque Civic Symphony later named New Mexico Symphony Orchestra.
Abstract Photographs related to the wholesale and retail mercantile business Gross, Kelly & Company and its predecessor firms. The bulk of the images were made between 1902 and 1954, the years in which Gross, Kelly & Company was in existence.
Abstract Pamphlets and directories of Las Cruces organizations and a scrapbook of Guy Morris’ time at Ft. Bayard, NM from 1918-1919.
Abstract Twenty four (22" x 17") photographic prints of New Mexico landscapes in the Taos and Abiquiu, NM areas.
Dates: 2001-2011; Majority of material found in 2010-2011
Abstract The Guy Robert Johns Papers pertain to landscape architecture projects in Minnesota, California, Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico.
Identifier: PAC 032
Scope and Content Approximately 7950 SX-Polaroid Prints. The Polaroids are grouped into subjects established by Waldrum. Most are identified and numbered, a few are not. The numbering system is idiosyncratic at best. A small u after a number denotes unsigned. Many of the Polaroids have been signed on the front in pencil. Many are identified on the verso, written in pencil in Waldrum’s handwriting. Also on the verso are a series of letters and numbers and, often in the lower right hand corner, another number that...
HABS Photographs and Documentation of St. Anthony’s Orphanage Classroom-Dormitory, Auditorium, and Chapel
Abstract The collection consists of 36 black and white photographs of St. Anthony’s Orphanage in Albuquerque, NM. Photos document the classroom-dormitory, auditorium, and chapel additions to the original structure. Also included is an index to the photos, an historical narrative, and correspondence regarding HABS documentation.
Dates: 1930-1989; Majority of material found within 1988-1989
Abstract The collection contains Hadassah Haskale's correspondence with Schmidt and hers with her former husband, Norman C. Moser. Included are several of Haskale's translations of Hebrew works of other authors, poems, an account of Schmidt's time with her, newspaper clippings from Israel and photographs.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of Haniel Long and Donald Adams.
Abstract The Harmon Percy Marble Photograph Collection is comprised of photographs primarily of Native American individuals and groups. Photographs focus on Navajo, Hopi, Pueblo, Sioux, and Menominee tribes.
Abstract June 16, 1958, Harold F. Stewart, railroad engineer and photographer, photographed one of the final water supply runs of the AT & SF water train in its 10 mile round trip between Madrid, NM and Waldo, NM.
Abstract Photograph collection consists of pictures of people, buildings, and landscapes, most taken in New Mexico. Motorcycling in New Mexico is a special focus of the collection, which also includes many professional shots of Albuquerque business establishments.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1920-1969
Abstract The collection documents Harrison H. Schmitt’s career as NASA astronaut in the Apollo Program and as United States Senator from New Mexico (1976-1982). Correspondence, reports, maps, photographs, research files, press releases, speeches, and photographs comprise the bulk of the collection.
Dates: 1937-1986; Majority of material found in 1964-1982
Abstract Personal journals, sketchbooks, gallery and exhibition catalogs/publicity, records of sales and donations, and photographic materials constitute the bulk of the collection, which documents Harry Nadler’s career as an artist.
Dates: 1930-2016; Majority of material found within 1960-1990