Prohibition -- New Mexico
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 091-P
Scope and Content One scrapbook of newspaper clippings from New Mexico newspapers in the late 1880s and 1890. Most of the clippings are from the Las Vegas News and the Las Vegas Democrat of Las Vegas, New Mexico. The clippings involve a broad range of topics, including politics, prohibition, and the suicide of Annie Videlle, a teen-age prostitute, in Las Vegas in 1890. One of the clippings includes the statement of purpose from the first issue...
Scope and Content Collection consists of official papers of Governor Hinkle. Includes correspondence with and reports from various state agencies concerning a broad range of issues such as natural resource conservation, extension of the Navajo reservation, and Indian land rights. Most of the conservation materials relate to reclamation projects involving the Canadian, Rio Grande, Pecos, Colorado, and La Plata rivers. Also within the collection is correspondence with New Mexico's congressional delegation,...
Dates: 1917-1924 (bulk 1923-1924)
Identifier: AC 245
Scope and Content The collection gives an insight into this Women's organization and New Mexico's involvement in the Prohibition period. Collection consists of materials concerning the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of New Mexico, including programs from their annual conventions, newsletters, and printed copies of legislation involving alcoholic beverages in New Mexico. Collection also contains the 1942 constitution and bylaws of the Woman's Christian Temperance Union of New Mexico; bulletins...