Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 465 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection includes faded photographs of a road being built in the desert of New Mexico.
Abstract The collection contains administrative files, campaign documents, special projects files, photographs, press and media files, scheduling documents, speeches and statements, oral histories, correspondence, legislative research files, and state office files generated in association with Jeff Bingaman’s 30 year tenure as U. S. Senator from New Mexico.
Dates: circa 1982-2012
Abstract The bulk of the collection consists of digital recordings of Jenny Vincent's weekly radio program, Cántelo – Sing Along! aired on KKIT, Taos, 1962-1963. The collection also includes assorted music, audio interviews with Jenny Vincent, and one folder of printed background materials, including several photographs. The collection teaches about folklore, history, and Jenny Vincent's love for community and nation.
Dates: 1949-2007; Majority of material found within 1962
Identifier: PAC 061
Scope and Content Collection of 3914 35mm slides and 329 postcards, negatives, photographs, cassette tapes and 4x5" transparencies of New Mexico historical architecture, Hopi Housing architecture, Pueblo adobe buildings, Egyptian architecture, American rural Vernacular architecture, Moroccan architecture and Louis Sullivan in Cedar Rapids Iowa. Many slides are organized as lectures for various venues, including several on Hopi Housing.
Dates: 1970-1990 (approximately)
Identifier: PAC 017
Scope and Content Materials included original 5 x 7 glass plate negatives, 5 x 7 vintage prints, and nitrate film negatives of various sizes. Many of the vintage 5 x 7 contact prints have notes on the back written in pencil by Jesse Nusbaum and notes in ball point pen by his wife, Rosemary Nusbaum. There are also other notes in unidentified handwriting in both pen and pencil on the back of the photographs. Some 5 x 7 vintage photos have a small stamp on bottom edge: MEJ Colter or H. H. Dorman...
Dates: 1906 - 1939; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
Identifier: AC 081
Scope and Content Collection consists of the memoirs of Jessie de Prado Farrington written in 1935. The memoirs discuss Farrington's life and homesteading experiences in the early 1900s in Agua Chicquita Canyon in Otero County, New Mexico. Photographs of Weed, New Mexico, Glen-Eben (Farrington's homestead), and of various people are included. Farrington's memoirs have been published in the New Mexico Historical Review.
Abstract Photographs of Ben Lilly, legendary hunter in the southwest in the early 20th century.
Dates: 1915 - 1920
Identifier: MSS 728 BC
Abstract The collection provides a glimpse into Chicano Movement issues and activities, primarily in Los Angeles, CA, 1968-1969. The majority of materials center on the Chicano struggle for educational reform.
Identifier: PAC 060
Abstract Photograph collection consists of portraits of John D. Robb and family, friends, and numerous musicians, conductors, singers, and dance performers.
Abstract Collection contains 4 photographs of John E. Miles and other New Mexico governors. An addition to the collection consists of 20 digital photographs and 2 digitized campaign posters.
Abstract The John Gaw Meem Non-Job-Specific Photo Collection contains photographs compiled by architect John Gaw Meem.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of buildings designed and built by architect, John Gaw Meem.
Identifier: PAC 020
Scope and Content Collections consists of original prints, with some duplicates, of New Mexico scenes, Pueblos and their inhabitants, Arizona, landscapes, and archaeological sites, most dating to 1879-1880. There are 50 duplicate prints in the collection, as many as four copies of some. All are albumen prints, stereoviews, many mounted on card stock, some printed with geologic survey graphics. There are also a number of prints used in the exhibition at the 1915 San Diego World Exposition.
Dates: 1872 - 1915; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
Abstract Photographs of cowboy author John Sinclair, his wife Evelyn, their friends, and various places in New Mexico where they lived, photographed, or that figured in their writings. There are photos related to Sinclair's family in Scotland and ranching activities in the Southwest.
Abstract John Nichols' papers document a wide range of history and culture and personal connections in New Mexico (and elsewhere) over the last 55 years. The collection contains manuscripts, screenplays, correspondence, speeches, artwork, journals, photographs, slides, and videos.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of Army troops training at Camp Cody in Deming, New Mexico.
Scope and Content This small collection consists of manuscripts of "Final Chapter in the Life of Billy the Kid, Worst of All the Bad Men," published in Clayton News and Southwest Plainsman and an undated manuscript of "The Last Hours of Billy the Kid." The collection includes clippings of the "Final Chapter" as published in the Clayton News on Billy the Kid, verdict of the coroners's jury on Billy's death, and...
Abstract Photographs from the Jornada Experimental range from 1900-1960 which include pictures of vegetation and livestock, research and historical sites.
Dates: 1900 - 1960
Abstract The collection contains photographs compiled by University of New Mexico professor José A. Rivera while researching mutual aid societies and irrigation systems, including acequia, in the Southwest.
Abstract Photographs and postcards of author Joseph Foster's family and travel, with additional unidentified subjects.
Dates: 1871-1980s; Majority of material found within 1920s-1930s
Abstract The collection contains two portraits of Joseph Tondre. The remaining four photographs are mug shots of prison inmates.
Abstract 7 photographs of Joseph Imholf demonstrating how to make a lithograph.
Abstract The collection documents Joseph Secakuku's trading post.
Abstract The family papers contain land deeds, genealogical material, and photographs pertaining to the Trujillo family. As noted by a family descendant, Juan Jose, and Rosaura Trujillo were one of the first residents of Santa Teresa, "Hatch"/Placitas" area and were involved in the farming profession. The bulk of the papers include genealogical material relating to the family, created by Josephine S.Vasquez - a descendant of the family. The materials date from 1862-2020.
Dates: 1862 - 2020