Santa Fe (N.M.)
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 24 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content The collection consists of literary manuscripts, feature articles, photographs and research materials of Alice Bullock, writer and educator. Published and unpublished book and story manuscripts include an unpublished autobiography, entitled "Middens", and a manuscript for a book on stamp collecting for children. Subject files containing research notes, articles and printed material on New Mexico travel, folklore, history and personalities. Business and personal records contain book reviews by...
Abstract This collection contains one photograph of the Wells home in Santa Fe and one photo of Hank Wells.
Abstract The collection documents the lives of members of the Castillo family of Sauzal, New Mexico (south of Belen, near Las Nutrias).
Identifier: AC 477
Scope and Content Collection consists of books, articles, poetry, audio recordings and short stories by New Mexico author Chellis Glendinning. Also included are various interviews, correspondence and magazine articles on Glendinning's work in the areas of psychology, feminism, environmentalism, ecopsychology and political activism.
Abstract The collection contains photographs of Chuzo Tamotsu's paintings. Many of his works employ an ecclectic, hybrid style which relates to both East Asian and Western styles of painting.
Abstract Photographs of Hispanic and Indian peoples, landscapes, and cultural life of New Mexico from the 1920s to approximately 1945.
Scope and Content The collection consists of letters, holiday cards and postcards to Farona Konopak, including from poets Witter Bynner and Haniel Long.
Dates: 1935 - 1969; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
Identifier: AC 443
Scope and Content This collection consists of financial and tax records for The Centerline, an interior design shop owned and operated in Santa Fe, New Mexico, by Conron and partner David deRyck Lent beginning in 1952. Collection also contains programs, plans and notes for the American Institute of Architects - AID joint "Design for People" conference held in Santa Fe in October 1966 under the coordination of Conron; and programs, plans and notes for the American Institute of Interior Designers Rocky Mountain...
Dates: 1959-1977; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
Abstract A collection of 19th century photographs of New Mexico and Texas, mounted on cards, consisting of town views, buildings, and street scenes taken in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Las Vegas, Kingston, Chloride, and El Paso.
Abstract The collection includes interior and exterior views of the old History Library at the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Abstract John Gaw Meem, Will Shuster, and Karl Larsson discuss Santa Fe and the development of Santa Fe's art colony, as well as the Depression, Los Alamos/World War II, art and artists in general, homogenization and globalization particularly regarding art and architecture.
Dates: 1965 August 27
Abstract Collection contains negatives depicting buildings and landscape in Sant Fe, New Mexico.
Identifier: AC 257-p
Dates: 1886 - 1887
Identifier: AC 278
Scope and Content The collection contains administrative and educational program records and production materials of the Palace print shop, from 1974 to 1997. Administrative records consist of correspondence, financial materials, and examples of shop sales and mail orders. Educational program include an annual book arts festival, exhibits, lectures, and printing workshops. Production materials for printing chiefly consist of samples; for projects initiated by the Press, the materials include manuscripts,...
Identifier: HHC 56
Abstract This collection contains the final transcript and two audio tapes of an oral history with Dr. Robert Cushing Derbyshire (1910-1987), an active physician in New Mexico for over 33 years. Also contains memorial clippings and a copy of the eulogy read at Dr. Derbyshire's funeral.
Identifier: AC 129-P
Identifier: SC 9999-2
Scope and Content The contents of this collection are from former vertical files in the reference collection and donations from Lynn I. Perrigo. Contents include items of interest primarily related to New Mexico and the Southwest.
Dates: 1887-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
Identifier: AC 252
Scope and Content This collection consists mainly of business records of the Spitz Jewelry Store, Santa Fe, NM. The business was founded in 1881 and closed in 1974. The business was started by Solomon Spitz and carried on by his son, Bernard. Initially the business involved manufacture, importation, and sale of jewelry. There is a significant collection of letters from the Fred Harvey company ordering jewelry (1905 - 1921). The family was also involved in financial and real estate ventures throughout the state....
Identifier: HHC 106
Scope and Contents This interview with Dr. Victor E. Berchtold (1901-2007) of Santa Fe, New Mexico, provides a broad overview of his half century in medicine, from his student days at Creighton University through forty years of practice in Santa Fe. The interview provides information about the following subjects: the Santa Fe medical community of the 1930s and 1940s; the importance of the tuberculosis industry in New Mexico; the development of Dr. Berchtold's specialty focus on urology; and St. Vincent's...
Dates: 1983 October 27
Dates: ca. 1908
Identifier: AC 540
Scope and Content Collection contains David Farmer's research material about Willard Clark. Correspondence to and from D. Farmer; his research notes; copies of much of Clark's work; and manuscript drafts for Farmer's book Willard Clark: Printer and Printmaker.. Collection also contains cassette tape recording of an interview with Pam Smith about Willard Clark; a few personal Willard Clark items; and original art pieces by Kevin Ryan.
Collection — Small-collections-box 11, Folder: PICT 2022-009
Abstract Photographic slides of places and buildings in New Mexico, taken by William C. Winkler as a UNM Student and in the employ of architectural firms.
Dates: 1964 - 1992