Subject Source: TGM II, Genre and physical characteristic terms
Found in 161 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 057
Scope and Content This collection consists of Randall Davey's papers as well as those of his wife, Isabel, her sister, Kate H. Cullum, their siblings and their parents, John Caldwell Holt and Kate Gilbert Holt.
Abstract This collection contains information about both New Mexico and national LULAC activities between 1990 and 1996. Administrative files and information about civil rights campaigns championed by LULAC dominate the collection.
Dates: 1984-1996; Majority of material found within (, 1994-1996)
Abstract This small collection of League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) documents and ephemera was gathered by Refugia "Cuca" Castillo. Materials relate to national and regional LULAC policies and membership procedures during the time that Castillo was an active member in New Mexico LULAC.
Identifier: AC 110
Scope and Content Collection consists of clippings, magazines, pamphlets and research notes on adobe construction and solar and alternative energy. Materials includes a complete run of the Adobe News from the 1970s and a typed manuscript of Hopson's book "Adobe: A Comprehensive Bibliography" with annotations and corrections. The collection also contains clippings, pamphlets, directories, research notes, and oral history recordings concerning towns, hotels, inns, and opera...
Identifier: AC 063
Scope and Content Collection consists of the correspondence and miscellaneous materials of Richard C. Dillon, 1927-1935. The bulk of the collection consists of Dillon's official correspondence as Governor of New Mexico, 1927-1930. Subjects discussed are appointments, Republican State politics and various other political issues. Some of these issues are: Bronson M. Cutting's re-election as U.S. Senator, 1934; the political influence of the Ku Klux Klan; David L. Geyer's proposed Homestead Law; W.C. Davidson's and...
Identifier: AC 191-p
Scope and Content This collection consists of news clippings from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer relative to the 4 July 1912 heavyweight championship bout in Las Vegas, New Mexico between Jim Flynn [Andrew Chiariglione] of Pueblo, Colorado and the first black title holder, John Arthur "Jack" Johnson of Chicago, Illinois. Included with some of these clippings are syndicated satirical and racial cartoons by R. Edgren of The New York World....
Dates: ca. 1880-1912
Identifier: AC 061
Scope and Content Collection consists of the Rough Rider memorabilia collected by Robert W. Denny, as a former Rough Rider and Secretary- Treasurer of Roosevelt's Rough Rider Association, 1898-1955. Included are: a copy and explanations of a card index listing the names of the men who served as Rough Riders (the orginal card index is at Roosevelt's memorial home in New York City); photocopies of four photographs, 1898-1912; two copies of a publication on Rough Riders produced by Roosevelt's Rough Rider...
Dates: 1898-1955; 1898-1955; Majority of material found in 1898-1912
Identifier: AC 351
Scope and Content Collection contains minutes of meetings, the constitution and by laws, lists of members, programs and newpaper articles related to the Rough Riders. Some material relates to the establsihment of a Rough Rider Museum at Las Vegas, NM. Miscellaneous materials related to Mrs Ozella Love Todhunter are also included. Mrs. Todhunter was the widow of a veteran and Assistant Secretary of the Association for a number of years. An interesting item is the menu for the Trinidad, CO German prisoner of war...
Abstract The collection consists of manuscripts of Rudolfo Anaya's published and unpublished work; materials from his career as a professor, his involvements on numerous boards and committees; and correspondence with colleagues and students. Anaya's works focus largely on Chicano culture and on New Mexico's cultural landscape.
Identifier: AC 172
Abstract The collection contains Sandra Lynn’s research documents pertaining to historic lodgings throughout New Mexico. Included are research and site visit notes, brochures, clippings and articles, correspondence, as well as a small collection of memorabilia and ephemera and oral history interviews.
Dates: 1948-2009; Majority of material found within 1989-1999
Identifier: AC 237
Scope and Content The collection consists of letters, booklets, bank statements receipts, etc, for the period of 1912-1914. Collection includes letters from I.H. Rapp and others involved in historic preservation and and the preservation movement in general.
Abstract Save Jonson Gallery Collection is comprised of petitions, letters of support, correspondence, related documents, and newspaper clippings regarding the 1998 campaign to preserve Jonson Gallery from new construction threats.
Dates: 1945-1999; Majority of material found within 1997-1999
Identifier: AC 214
Scope and Content Collection consists of letters, newspapers and articles tracing the family's history (circa 1846 to date), and poetry and other writings of family members, especially of Flora Spiegelberg, wife of Willie, one of the five brothers.
Identifier: AC 541-p
Scope and Content 1930's era S.S. Columbus souvenir logbook, menu, passenger list, Certificate of having served on the S.S. Columbus (German Record for Julius Werner Prager), and 2 photographs. Also included are a 2011 El Palacio article "German Sailors on the High Desert - a World War II German Detainment Camp at Fort Stanton."
Identifier: AC 543
Scope and Content Collection contains historical information about the town of Cimarron, N.M., the Don Diego/St. James Hotel in Cimarron, and Rev. Thomas J. Tolby. Also included is a copy of 1879 Maxwell Land Grant Company.
Abstract This collection contains the personal and professional papers of Samuel Thomas (S.T.) Vann, one of the first UNM students and an important early resident of Albuquerque. Included materials include scrapbooks detailing the family’s athletic activities, news clippings, photographs, correspondence, and issues of the New Mexsigan—the newsletter of UNM’s Sigma Chi fraternity—from when Vann’s son Richard attended the University in the 1920s.
Abstract Steve Schiff was the US Representative from the First Congressional District of New Mexico from 1989-1998. A member of the Republican Party, he worked to toughen criminal penalties, supported the interests of capital, and advocated for public investment in New Mexico's national laboratories and military installations. The collection consists of legislation, memoranda, correspondence, press clippings, and audio and video derived from the work of Schiff's congressional office.
Dates: 1977-1998; Majority of material found within 1989-1998
Identifier: AC 145-P
Scope and Content Collection consists of business and personal letters, advertisement literature, and clippings relating primarily to the operation of the Faywood Hotel and the town of Faywood Hot Springs, New Mexico.
Identifier: AC 219
Scope and Content Collection consists of materials relating to the Taos Society of Artists and its members. Includes the constitution, by-laws, minutes, and reports of the Society; promotional materials and programs from various art exhibits; and materials concerning the Museum of New Mexico, which worked closely with the Society. This collection also contains a significant amount of correspondence involving members and associates of the Society, including Oscar Berninghaus, E. Irving Couse, Gerald Cassidy, Bert...
Identifier: AC 224
Scope and Content The Theron Marquis Trombeau papers include manuscripts, publications, correspondence and journals written between 1927 and 1979. Trombeau wrote extensively about southern New Mexico. He also wrote fiction, poetry, newspaper columns and essays. Some of his works explore homosexuality.
Abstract This collection contains materials from the files of former UNM President Thomas L. Popejoy. It includes correspondence, materials from Popejoy’s inauguration, news clippings, photographs, scrapbooks, speeches, and one video tape.
Abstract This collection contains correspondence, news clippings, concert programs, and sheet music from the UNM Music Department’s files and includes sheet music and a notebook from Grace Edmister, an early chair of the department, and an article about her. Much of the sheet music is transcribed, traditional Hispanic and Native American songs.
Abstract The Police and Security Department have the powers of peace officers and protect people and property within the exterior boundaries of lands under control of the Board of Regents. This collection includes photographs, negatives, news clippings, records, correspondence, and two uniforms.
Abstract The collection includes documents about the beginning of the Technology Application Center at UNM which eventually became the Earth Data Analysis Center. The collection consists of clippings, publicity and informational literature, reports, TAC newsletters, and some photographs of early TAC events.