Historians -- New Mexico
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Collection consists primarily of various historical documents from New Mexico. Includes typescripts of Stephen Watts Kearny's proclamation of the United States' annexation of New Mexico and Governor Bautista Vigil y Alarid's response, both dated August 19, 1846; and correspondence of Francisco Lucero de Godoy concerning his portion of the Martinez Land Grant in Taos County, New Mexico. Collection also contains materials relating to the careers of Lansing B. Bloom and John R. McFie; articles of...
Identifier: AC 040
Scope and Content Collection consists of the personal papers of ChÃ¡vez. Includes typed manuscripts, letters sent and received, certificates, biographical materials, and newspaper clippings. Among the letters are correspondence with various publishers and ChÃ¡vez's friend Frederick L. Grillo, as well as letters received from individuals such as Thornton Wilder, Paul Horgan, Erna Fergusson, Peter Hurd, and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis. Collection also includes materials concerning the publication of ChÃ¡vez's poem...
Collection — Folder 1
Scope and Contents Collection contains one letter to Carlos N. Perea of California, from George Curry, State Historian of New Mexico, discussing matters relating to Perea's father; three certificates honoring George Curry; and one New Mexico Territorial Guard certificate appointing Charles Curry to Second Lieutenant.
Identifier: AC 226
Scope and Content The Ralph Emerson Twitchell Collection's first part consists of the papers of Ralph Emerson Twitchell (11-29-1859 to 10-26-1925), the attorney, public office holder and historian; Margaret Olivia Collins Twitchell (born circa 1868 to 1-29-1900), the first Mrs. Twitchell; Estelle Bennett Burton Twitchell (1-31-1872 to 10-13-1952), the second Mrs. Twitchell; and Waldo Collins Twitchell, the son of Margaret and Ralph who became an engineer and a writer. The second part of the Ralph...