Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Collection consists of the records of the county clerk (1867-1933), county assessor (1870-1892, 1917, 1924), county treasurer (1869-1927), county commission (1876-1927), superintendent of schools (1907-1908), county surveyor (1898), justice of the peace (1887-1925), sheriff (1869-1884), and probate court (1892-1929). Clerk's records include notary records, poll and tally books, voter lists, election returns, abstracts of titles, articles of incorporation, registers of licenses and brands,...
Abstract Papers relate to Navajo research: ethnobotany, bear ceremonialism, pottery, rock art, as well as California archaeology, anthropology, museum issues, and other general topics. Includes field notes, manuscripts, letters, maps, photographs.
Abstract This collection consists primarily of ethnographic data collected in Cañones, New Mexico in the mid-late 1960s. The fieldwork resulted in the several publications, including Survival of Spanish American Villages by Kutsche (1979), Cañones: Values, Crisis, and Survival in a Northern New Mexico Village by Paul Kutsche and John Van Ness (1981), and Hispanos in Northern New Mexico: The Development of...
Dates: 1888-2010; Majority of material found within 1966-1968
Abstract The Robert G. Marmon Papers consist of correspondence, military documents, assorted documents related to the Pueblo of Laguna and surveying books. These materials relate primarily to the life and career of Robert G. Marmon of Laguna, New Mexico.
“United States Veterans Hospital – Ft. Bayard” (6 pages). Collector – Mildred Jordan. Informant – J. C. Christopherson, 1936-1940
Scope and Content From the Collection: Collection consists of typed documents produced by employees of the W.P.A. and its subdivision the Federal Writer's Project in New Mexico. Most of the collection is made up of transcripts of oral history interviews conducted with New Mexicans, and folklore and stories about New Mexico and Hispanic culture in particular.