Bandelier National Monument (N.M.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Collection of Correspondence concerning the Sculpture, "Arrowed Death"
Scope and Content The collection consists of letters and memorandum to the National Park Service and the New Mexico Cuarto Centennial Commission soliciting funding for the bronze casting of John Terkin's, "Arrowed Death" sculpture, discussing placing the bronze statue in the patio at Bandelier National Monument. Six photographs accompany the letters. Whether or not the piece was ever cast in and placed at Bandelier National Monument is not answered in the correspondence.
National Monument Proclamations Collection
Identifier: AC 447-p
Scope and Content These are five presidential proclamations establishing national monuments for El Morro National Monument, Gran Quivira National Monument, Chaco Canyon National Monument, Bandelier National Monument, and Capulin Mountain National Monument. The proclamations were executed by Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, and Woodrow Wilson.
Rito De Los Frijoles Gazette,
Identifier: AC 286
Scope and Content This collection consists of the Rito de los Frijoles Gazette in two volumes, Volume, 1, 10 July 1910 and Volume 2, 1911 and the Rito de los Frijoles Gazette, to 22 August 1911 Magazine Supplement. The volumes appear to be written by different authors who were present at the Rito de los Frijoles camp, during the 1910 and 1911 excavations at what is now Bandelier National Monument.In each volume, there are handwritten...
Thomas B. Catron Papers
Identifier: AC 037
Scope and Content Collection consists of the professional papers of the Catron and Catron law firm, Santa Fe, New Mexico, and the personal papers of the Catron family, 1883- 1917. The professional papers of the Catron and Catron firm include delinquent tax statements, debt collection papers, business correspondence, Reed Holloman correspondence, court cases, land grant materials, legal materials and office supplies correspondence and pension documents. Correspondence between Thomas B. Catron and the firm was...