Dorsey Mansion State Monument (N.M.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 358
Scope and Content Collection consists of originals and copies of Iowa's architectural design work in the Santa Fe area and a few designs elsewhere. Major construction efforts include the Santa Clara Pueblo Senior Center and La Posada Resort in Santa Fe. There are a number of photographs related to his design work. Collection also contains material related to "The Center Space," a display mounted at the Palace of the Governors, Santa Fe, centering on Pueblo architecture. Iowa was the guest curator for the...
Identifier: AC 066
Scope and Content Collection consists of deeds and land conveyances from Colfax County (photocopies), docket sheet from Dorsey's 1875 bankruptcy case in Arkansas. Original documents include Dorsey's military service record, the 1888 certificate of incorporation for Dorsey's Sierra Grande Ranch Company, and an undated typed description of the Chico Springs Resort Hotel (formerly the Dorsey Mansion). Collection also includes correspondence with officials from New Mexico State Monuments about the use (and...
Identifier: AC 359
Scope and Content Collection consists of the research materials gathered by Thomas J. Caperton while writing Rogue! Being an Account of the Life and High Times of Stephen W. Dorsey, United States Senator and New Mexico Cattle Baron (Santa Fe: Museum of New Mexico Press, 1978). Materials include copies of letters; news articles; copies of incorporations papers for Dorsey's business holdings; copies of lawsuits (including the "Star Route" mail fraud); as well as details...