Ranches -- New Mexico
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Collection consists of photographic memorabilia of the Old West, primarily concerning outlaws and cowboys.
Abstract The collection consists largely of photographs of the O'Donel family, their friends, and employees on the Bell Ranch. Pictures of O'Donel's original home in Ireland, family vacation spots in California, family shots in Denver, and trips to Mexico and Guatemala also form part of the collection.
Abstract The Diamond A Cattle Company collection contains business records of Diamond A Cattle Company ranching operations. Most documents pertain to the period after 1940 during which time Leon E. Williams owned Diamond A ranches in Wagon Mound, New Mexico and Eagle Butte, South Dakota. The records are Williams's business and personal papers.
Scope and Content Collection consists primarily of materials relating to land and property in Santa Fe and northern New Mexico owned by Jesus Maria Baca. Includes materials on the City Ice and Storage Co. of Santa Fe and several New Mexico ranches. Materials concerning Senator Cutting deal only with real estate transactions in Santa Fe. Includes transcript of Santa Fe County District Court Civil Case # 19438, Baca vs. Baca et al., in which Julia S. Baca received authorization as administrator of Jesus Maria...
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 088-P
Scope and Content One notebook containing 16 handwritten pages describing the life of an unnamed rancher's wife in Texas and New Mexico. Includes a description of a trip to Columbus, New Mexico after Pancho Villa's raid there.
Identifier: AC 209
Scope and Content One photocopy of a ledger book from the Palo Blanco Ranch, New Mexico. Includes an extensive listing of properties owned by the Palo Blanco with brief descriptions; invoices of supplies; lists of property assets, cash, and liabilities; and a record of cattle owned. Some of the properties owned by the Palo Blanco include the Apache Ranch, Chico or Home Ranch, Chico Springs Ranch, Capulin Ranch, Gallegos Ranch, Kingman Ranch, and Kiowa Ranch. Photocopies.
Abstract Collection consists of one album, formerly the property of C. M. O'Donel, of mounted prints related to life on the Bell Ranch, New Mexico.
Abstract This collection contains photographs taken by Theodore A. Rosenwald, son of Emanuel Rosenwald.
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 The collection contains photographs compiled by Thomas Campbell. Agricultural, mining, and ranching operations in New Mexico are depicted as are military operations and pictures made during Campbell's international travels.