Wool industry -- New Mexico
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection consists of a single volume that primarily contains the minutes of annual meetings. The minutes generally show the election of officers for the coming year, the distribution of stock and the distribution of dividends. Late entries indicate the business had fallen on hard times. Early minutes are hand written, the final four entries are typewritten and tipped in to the volume. Also included is a single letter to a Sylvestre Mirabel in San Rafael, NM, indicating that the mill only...
Dates: Aug. 18, 1900-Jan. 20, 1916
Identifier: AC 556-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of business letters to Browne & Manzanares regarding wool and wool products. Four (4) letters from Thomas F. Keleher, September 1884; Two (2) letters from Lopez & Romero, March and September 1884; Three (e) letters from Edward Mellor & Co., February and June 1884; Two (2) letters from Walsen & Levy, December 1882 and March 1883; One (1) letter from Orcutt & Son, January 1882; One (1) letter from R. Lowenstein & Co., January 1883; One (1) letter from...
Dates: 1882-1888; Majority of material found within 1884
Scope and Content The collection contains financial records and correspondence of Frank Bond & Son and various related businesses. Included are ledgers, cash journals, sales, remittances, account books, stock certificates, purchases, invoices, receipts, day books, letter copy books, orders, letters sent, bank statements, cash books, tax records, vouchers, meeting minutes, correspondence, and legal documents. Other businesses represented in the collection include G.W. Bond & Brother Mercantile Company,...
Dates: 1870-1958 (bulk 1905-1945)
Abstract The records of the Mountain and Valley Wool Association document the activies of a northern New Mexico and southern Colorado based wool industry social organization. The association was incorporated as a membership organization in April of 1983 and is still active today. The organization's objective is to create and advertise woolen goods. The association holds an annual Wool Festival in Taos, New Mexico. The first festival was held in September of 1984 and is located at Kit Carson Park in...
Dates: 1980 - 2015
Abstract This collection is comprised of correspondence regarding the business records of the Perea Bros. Mercantile Co. -- a supplier of general merchandise as well as wool and pelts -- located in Bernalillo, New Mexico, in the later 1800s.
Dates: 1883 June 2-1896 June 19
Abstract This collection contains the letterpress book of Solomon Luna and Co., as well as biographical material concerning Solomon Luna, New Mexican politician, sheep baron, and businessman.
Scope and Content The collection contains business records of the Wool Warehouse Company, the New Mexico Cooperative Wool Marking Association, and Bond-McRae Company, 1929-1971. The correspondence relates to the dissolution of the New Mexico Cooperative Wool Marketing Association, 1959-1961. Financial records include ledgers, journal sheets, and dividend distributions. N.M. Wool Co. N.M. Cooperative Wool...