Agriculture -- New Mexico
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 052
Scope and Content Collection consists of correspondence, business and financial documents, agricultural literature and newspaper clippings concerning farming in south central New Mexico. Also included in the collection are certificates of brand for cattle dated 1935, 1940, and 1948, and records kept by Crews on cattle breeding.
Abstract The collection features sound recordings and background information on Juan B. Rael, interviews and photos from the 1995 Farmers’ Markets Project in Colorado Springs, and folk music recordings (corridos, inditas, alabados and other traditional songs) and photographs with Native Americans and Hispanics of New Mexico, Cajuns in Texas, and Mexicans on the U.S. Mexican border. Topics covered range from life along the Rio Grande, the Penitentes, Matachines, the blessing of the acequias, tributes to...
Identifier: AC 150
Scope and Content Collection consists of the official papers of John J. Dempsey as a United States representative. Includes correspondence (official and private), speeches, statements, remarks, congressional bills, reports, and newsletters. Some of the subjects covered are agriculture, education, mining, water uses, flood control, dams, land titles, and roads. Items of note include a complete list of bills introduced by Dempsey (74th-85th Congress), papers of the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, remarks on the...
Dates: 1936-1958 (bulk, 1951-1958)
Identifier: AC 416-p
Scope and Content Collection contains three brochures: J.D. Tinsely. Dry Farming in New Mexico. New Mexico Bureau of Immigration, 1909 J.D. Tinsely. Dry Farming in New Mexico. New Mexico Bureau of Immigration, 1909 No author. Facts about Dry...
Dates: 1909-1922; 1909; 1909; .
Scope and Content Collection consists of records of the New Mexico Territorial Bureau of Immigration (1880-1911). Includes annual and biennial reports; publications; minutes of annual meetings (1907, 1911); reports from counties on climate, minerals, and agricultural and water resources; and reports from various towns giving population, geographical descriptions, transportation lines, water and fuel resources, industries, climate, schools, banks, and hotels.
Some materials are in Spanish.
Some materials are in Spanish.
Abstract The collection contains portraits of Richard C. Dillon, Governor of New Mexico from 1927 to 1931, and other photographs of New Mexico.
Scope and Content The majority of this collection represents Thomas Campbell's activities in New Mexico. However, series I contains some military and political items not directly related to New Mexico. The collection is divided into 5 overlapping series. Series I primarily consists of documents (correspondence, government publications, etc.) relating to Campbell's military and political activities. U.S. federal government related documents include: U.S. Department of Agriculture publications and...
Abstract Photographs about soil conservation and education in the Southwest from 1935 to 1940.