Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Gustave Baumann Collection
Scope and Content This Collection consists of biographic material; bibliographies; lists of various objects created by Gustave Baumann; information and material about the marionette's; information on the history of Baumann exhibitions; photographs; correspondence; clippings; books; and artwork. This Collection also itemizes the collection of papers donated to these archives. In 1973 Jane Baumann and her daughter Ann donated the entire collection, props, and theater of the master's puppet family to...
Found in: New Mexico Museum of Art / Gustave Baumann Collection
John P. Conron Collection
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
The Santa Fe Kiwanis Club Collection,
Identifier: AC 450
Scope and Content This collection consists of Kiwanis Club papers from the 1920's through 2001. The papers detail membership, weekly meetings, and club finances, as well as club activities such as luncheons, club-sponsored social events, and regional and international conferences. The collection contains many papers related to the burning of Zozobra and the Santa Fe Fiesta, as well as a VHS copy of the 2001 documentary about Zozobra. In addition, the collection chronicles key Kiwanis programs such as the Santa...