Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 29 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Contents This collection consists of interviews with five farmers at the Rio Grande Community Farm in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The interviews were conducted in July 2021 by students in Brady McCartney’s Sustainability Studies 384 course at the University of New Mexico. Topics discussed include local agricultural practices; acequias, irrigation and water issues; the impact of climate change on local farmers, communities, and the ecosystems; climate resilience plans; the backgrounds of the farmers;...
Identifier: AC 213
Abstract Interview with Annie Mae Carson Hubbard, Farmington, N.M. resident. Her family owned and operated Hubbard's Meat and Grocery. Includes photo images 1925-1983.
Abstract This collection consists of five oral history interviews conducted by Anthony Louderbough with individuals depicted in the related Anthony Louderbough Pictorial Collection.
Abstract This collection consists of typed transcriptions of interviews by Moffett with New Mexico Sports figures.
Scope and Content Collection consists of materials relating to the career of Elizabeth Garrrett, a blind singer and daughter of Sheriff Pat Garrett. Elizabeth Garrett served on the faculty of the New Mexico School for the Visually Handicapped and wrote "O Fair New Mexico," which was adopted as the official state song in 1917. In addition to various typed manuscript drafts of Buckner's unpublished biography of Garrett, the collection also contains articles and newspaper clippings about Garrett; letters about...
Dates: 1893-1992 (bulk, 1965-1966)
Abstract The collection contains the papers of poet and publisher Cecilio García-Camarillo (1943-2002). García-Camarillo was one of the founding poets of the Chicano cultural renaissance of the 1970s, an editor and publisher of three Chicano literary magazines -- Caracol, Magazin, and RAYAS, a playwright, an artist, and an activist.
Abstract The David Correia Research Papers document the history and people of the Tierra Amarilla land grant conflict in Northern New Mexico.
Dates: 1901-2009; Majority of material found within 1955-2009
Abstract The collection consists primarily of Zuni Pueblo cultural materials (with some Acoma Pueblo language materials) originally recorded on four reel-to-reel tapes by Edmund Ladd in 1953-1956.
Scope and Content This collection contains correspondence, interviews, personal history, newspaper clippings and movie scripts, and materials related to developing a motion picture.
Abstract The Emlen Hall collection consists of audio interviews conducted with a variety of individuals, government officials, and attorneys in New Mexico and Texas involved with water issues and litigation, particularly relating to the Pecos River.
Abstract Video recordings and interview notes relating to César Chávez and the United Farm Workers Movement and documents relating to the Labor Party of New Mexico.
Dates: 1992-2001; Majority of material found within 2000-2001
Scope and Contents The collection contains 21 interviews conducted by John Nizalowski, largely focusing on writer Frank Waters; there are interviews with Waters and with family, friends and scholars of his work. The collection also includes interviews with other writers and scholars such as N. Scott Momaday, Roger Zelazny and Alexander Gurshtein.
Dates: Majority of material found within 1988 - 2008
Identifier: AC 484
Scope and Content The collection consists of genealogical family information, correspondence, legal and real estate documents, and (typed and handwritten) autobiographical notes. Papers pertain to Kenneth Chapman's work with the Museum of New Mexico, Edgar L. Hewett and others, the Indian Arts Fund, general archaeology and the preservation of Pueblo pottery.
Dates: 1848-1968; Majority of material found in 1928-1968
Abstract This collection consists of interviews with fourteen military veterans from Kewa Pueblo (formerly Santo Domingo Pueblo), New Mexico.
Abstract This collection contains the papers of activist, photographer, and documentary filmmaker Lisa Law pertaining to the Santa Fe Big Mountain Defense Support Group and the Big Mountain Weaving Project.
Dates: 1974-2007; Majority of material found within 1985-1989
Identifier: AC 338
Scope and Content Collection consists the organizational papers of Living Treasures, Inc., including correspondence, clipping and research files, transcripts, audio tapes, and a few video recordings of interviews, honoring citizens of Santa Fe and other towns in northern New Mexico as Living Treasures for their hard work and dedication to our communities. Since March 2003 (beginning with #190), interviews have been recorded on CDs.
Abstract The collection contains administrative documents, correspondence, photographs, audio recordings, oral histories, articles and research files of Louise Lamphere, a professor emerita of the University of New Mexico. She is known for her founding role in feminist anthropology.
Dates: 1960-2008; Majority of material found in 1980-2004
Abstract The collection consists of oral history interviews designed to shed light on the history, culture, and relationships between Native Americans and the University of New Mexico from the 1920s to the present.
Abstract The New Mexico-Colorado Spanish survey project is the first comprehensive, quantitative survey of New Mexican Spanish as spoken by resident native speakers. 358 interviews were conducted. Results were analyzed for geographic and demographic trends. The collection consists of audio interviews, data set, maps, interview logs, articles and publications.
Dates: circa 1909-2006; Majority of material found within 1991-1995
Abstract Ammi Kohn, former resident of the Lama Foundation, a spiritual community in San Cristobal, New Mexico, conducted and transcribed oral histories of the Lama Foundation and created the Lama Foundation Oral History Project. The oral histories begin with the earliest conceptions of Lama, before land was purchased, to interviews with residents in the present community. Some interviews were collected by Linda Hansen to support her M.A. thesis research about the Foundation.
Dates: 1970-2009; Majority of material found within 2005-2009
Abstract This collection consists of oral history interviews with five New Mexico women quilters.
Abstract The collection consists of transcripts of 2 interviews and 1 narrative regarding the history of Route 66.
Dates: 1987, 2007
Scope and Content Collection consists of correspondence, published articles, audio tapes of interviews, photographs and other graphics describing and depicting pano art or "handkerchief art," a folk art tradition that originated among incarcerated Hispanics. Padilla and artist Mark Garcia were interviewed in 1991, and Padilla was interviewed in 1994 by Rudy Miera.