Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms
Found in 163 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 071
Scope and Content Included in this collection are Isabel Eckles' memorabilia, personal correspondence and papers pertaining to her various interests. Among the photocopied documents are memoirs written by Addison M. Williams and edited by E. Dana Johnson including poems, short stories, and a 79 page autobiography titled: "My Yesterdays: The Autobiography of an Ordinary Citizen: A Narrative of Early Days from Ohio to Old Santa Fe and Montana. Sidelights on the Formative Period in Some Far Western...
Identifier: AC 119
Scope and Content Collection consists of materials concerning the personal and professional activities of Jones. Includes WWII contour maps of Japan; miscellaneous newspaper clippings and pamphlets about the Zia Company and Los Alamos; and Jones's correspondence.
Abstract This collection contains John Gaw Meem's personal and business records. Business files consist primarily of correspondence from his architectural firm. Also included are materials relating to Meem's professional associations and his work on historic preservation in New Mexico.
Identifier: AC 060-S
Scope and Content These scrapbooks of clippings, primarily from New Mexican newspapers, cover the years of John Joseph Dempsey's political career from his first campaign for the U.S. Senate (1940) and his appointment as Under-Secretary of the Interior that same year, through his two terms as Governor of New Mexico (1942-1946). In all, there are 14 scrapbooks with a folder containing a few clippings from 1948. The first scrapbook (1940-1941) consists of clippings concerned only with his Senatorial...
Identifier: AC 128-P
Scope and Content Collection consists of the John Paul Delgado papers (1910-1992) and the military papers of Manuel Delgado (1774-1804). The bulk of the collection covers the years 1910-1992. John Paul Delgado papers include some materials concerning his grandfather Benjamin Read, genealogical materials concerning the Delgado Family, and various clippings and other materials concerning John Paul Delgado's acting career. Also includes black and white photographs of John Paul and the Delgado Family, photocopies of...
Dates: 1774-1992 (bulk 1910-1992)
Identifier: AC 118
Scope and Content The Jones Collection covers the years from 1844 to 1969 and deals mainly with the Jones family history in Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa and New Mexico. There is an extensive amount of material on Amistad, N.M. and Hawkeye, Iowa. Material includes papers from the Godlove and Brown families of the Amistad area, as well as general material on homesteading, turn-of-the-century education and social history. On August 7, 1975 Clara May Daves of Albuquerque donated a scrapbook to the Jones...
Abstract This is a collection of League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) documents gathered by Joseph W. Trujillo, who was secretary of Council 212 in Los Alamos. He was also LULAC Governor for New Mexico from 1954 to 1955 and later voted the "Outstanding LULAC Man of the Year." This collection contains original documents about national and regional LULAC policies and activities during the time that Trujillo was an active leader in New Mexico LULAC.
Dates: 1952-1996; Majority of material found within ( 1954-1955)
Abstract This collection consists of correspondence, news clippings, administrative materials and scrapbooks relating to Keep New Mexico Beautiful, Inc. It documents the organization's participation in civic beautification and environmental education.
Abstract The collection centers on New Mexico State Register nominations for the Goodson School and D.D. Monroe Civic Building/Clayton Public Library in Union County, NM, as well as genealogical research pertaining to the Sayre and Monroe families.
Abstract Ken Kamerman was the State Senator from the 20th District of New Mexico from 1987 to 1992. A local business administrator heavily involved in civic affairs and Republic Party politics, Senator Kamerman was a principled legislator who advocated against excessive taxation. The collection consists of legislation, memoranda, correspondence, press clippings, and business papers derived from Kamerman’s legislative and professional life.
Dates: 1956-1997; Majority of material found within 1989-1992
Scope and Content Collection consists of photocopies of both Carson's will and his certificate of appointment as an Indian agent; the original of his oath of allegiance to the U.S. as a Lt. Colonel; newspaper clippings on Carson. Also included is a photocopy of A.W. Thompson's essay "The Story of Camp Nichols." Carson established Camp Nichols in the Oklahoma panhandle to protect travelers on the Santa Fe Trail.
Identifier: AC 459
Scope and Content The collection consists of two folders of menus for lunch and dinner and special occasions of the La Fonda Hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico. The folders also contain notices, brochures, and advertisements. In addition, there is one scrapbook of news clippings from1 1952-1961.
Abstract The collection focuses on environmental and social justice issues in Northern New Mexico.
Abstract The collection consists of documents from LaDonna Harris' life as an activist and from AIO's four decades of operation as a non-profit organization involved in advocacy and development projects related to the needs and rights of Native Americans.
Dates: 1953-2010; Majority of material found within 1970-2000
Abstract Laurence McGilvery and his wife Geraldine owned and operated The Nexus bookshop and gallery in La Jolla, CA from 1960-1966. They expanded into antiquarian bookselling on art in 1965. The McGilverys knew Paula Hocks since the early 1960s and handled some of her publications. The papers consist of publicity and correspondence of a personal and business nature.
Abstract LULAC Council #8003 in Silver City, New Mexico, was chartered in 1966. The organization has been concerned with improvement of the social, political, and economic status of the Hispanics of Grant County. The organization has focused on issues such as education, legal reform, citizenship, and the extension of civil and political rights to Hispanics.
Identifier: AC 481
Scope and Content Collection contains primary and secondary letters, original deeds, and other ephemeral materials pertaining primarily to the Lincoln County War. Collection also contains reference letters relevant to Pancho Villa and his assassination.
Dates: 1879-1986; Majority of material found in 1879-1933
Scope and Content Collection consists of the papers of Louis William Geck. Included are military service records, land records, district court case records, records pertaining to the Civil War and the occupation of Mesilla, records pertaining to Geck's pension, guardianship records, and family papers and photographs. Military service records include his military bounty claims. Land records include conveyances and deeds for land in Dona Ana County and Mesilla, New Mexico. District court records pertain to Geck's...
Dates: 1846-1985 (bulk 1846-1892)
Scope and Content Collection consists of the research files of Lucien A. File. Included are research documents, index cards, maps, black and white photographs, and an unfinished manuscript pertaining to mining in New Mexico. A timetable of the history of New Mexico mining is contained within the manuscript. Subjects included are ghost towns, inhabited towns, counties, forts, mining history and locations, and New Mexican history. Also included are clippings pertaining to nearly 300 prominent New Mexicans. Related...
Identifier: AC 141
Scope and Content This collection contains historical film and photographic research material of photographic and related matter depicting Native Americans at tribal dances and celebrations. Most of the collection consists of photocopied items from other repositories. The topical organization of the papers is Luther Lyan's creation.
Scope and Content Collection consists primarily of correspondence and newspaper clippings concerning the activities of Margretta S. Dietrich in Nebraska and New Mexico. Includes a series of letters sent by Edith Warner to Dietrich each Christmas from 1944 to 1951 describing the years events in the area of San Ildefonso Pueblo in northern New Mexico. Several of the letters briefly describe activities at Los Alamos National Laboratory in the early 1940s. Collection also includes a folder of biographical materials...
Scope and Content Collection consists of photocopies of documents involving members of the Mariano Chavez family and others. Most of the materials concern land grants, wills and estates, land conveyances, and litigation over land and water disputes in New Mexico during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Other materials include inventories of personal property, a license to build a chapel at San Jose de Chama (1844), a geneaology of the Chavez family, a collection of alabados (religious verses), and...
Dates: 1763-1967 (bulk 1763-1873)
Identifier: AC 561-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of certificates of recognition as well as newspaper articles about Marjorie Lambert's accomplishments. Certificates include Spanish Colonial Arts Society (1990); State Board of Education (1969); Curator Emerita, Laboratory of Anthropology (1984); New Mexico Heritage Preservation Award (1988). Also included are a booklet of Indian Paintings from the Margretta S. Dietrich Collection (1963), a letter from the “Peanuts” artist Charles Schulz to Marjorie Lambert (1958), and...
Abstract This collection primarily contains administrative and topical materials relating to national and regional LULAC events and concerns during the time that Maximo Martinez was LULAC's Vice President for the Elderly, Vice President for Youth, and State Director for New Mexico.