Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 95 Collections and/or Records:
Identifier: AC 617-p
Scope and Content Letter dated October 13, 1954 to Mrs. William Robinson Buckley of Santa Fe, NM, in response to the latter's invitation to speak before members of AAUW, American Association of University Women.
Identifier: AC 507
Scope and Content Collection consists of documents and materials related to the mission and business of the Agua Fria Village Association. There are minutes, correspondence, city and county plans, materials on developments that impact the Agua Fria area, and documents pertaining to the creation of the Agua Fria Traditional Village and the association. Photographs and videos have been transferred to the Photo Archives.
Abstract Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (AFROTC) records document the activities of the Detachment (Det) 510 between 1949 and 2011. Det 510 was first established at the University of New Mexico in 1949 and it is one of 145 detachments across the nation.
Abstract Alice Smith Gatliff (1868-1936) was the owner of the “Curio Café” in Agua Prieta, Mexico. The collection contains postcards and photographs about the Mexican Revolution. It contains images of tourists in the Curio shop, Mexican leaders and officials, portraits of revolutionaries, trench warfare, train scenes, military camps, and prisoners at Fort Bliss.
Abstract Collection consists primarily of administrative records and program materials of the Alliance for Innovation in Science and Technology Information (AISTI).
Identifier: AC 544
Scope and Content The collection consists of diaries, journals, letters, personal and home expenses, social and charitable events, clubs and other organizations, childhood memorabilia, and photographs of the Hollenback family who lived in Pennsylvania, New York and New Mexico. NOTE: The family names and relationships in the genealogy folders (Box 1, Folders 1 and 2) of the Hollenback,Welles, and Beard families The original photographs are in the collections of the New Mexico Photo Archives (HP.2011.26). Most of...
Dates: 1820-1970; Majority of material found in 1880-1920
Abstract The collection documents the American G.I. Forum (AGIF) of New Mexico and its advocacy work. AGIF New Mexico files include records of the national AGIF organization.
Abstract Letters by Ann Nolan Clark to Hy Adler, Albuquerque Book Dealer.
Identifier: MSS -1002-BC
Abstract The collection contains Beatrice Mandelman and Louis Ribak's personal papers, art-related documents, and the Mandelman-Ribak Foundation's Oral Archives History Project.
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
Abstract Papers, images and audio-visual material relating to New Mexico and its history, as well as the book in New Mexico.
Abstract The collection contains financial records, booking and logistical information, promotional materials, event programs, and video cassettes from the speaker series started as part of the celebration of UNM's centennial in 1989.
Abstract This collection contains material produced or collected by Christine Sierra. A UNM faculty member from 1986 till 2014, Professor Christine Sierra’s expertise is in American Politics with a focus on Latino/a politics, and women in politics. Much of her scholarship analyzed community organization's work on immigration, education, and other forms of activism. The material in this collection reflects the extensive research conducted by Christine Sierra.
Abstract Clarence Herrick was the second president of the University of New Mexico from 1897-1901. The collection consists primarily of correspondence from Herrick's time at UNM.
Abstract The collection includes correspondence of Clyde and Carrie Tingley, as well as material related to the City of Albuquerque, Carrie Tingley Hospital, and the New Mexico State Fair. Materials focus on Tingley’s time as Mayor/Chairman of the City of Albuquerque and Governor of New Mexico.
Dates: 1856-1959; Majority of material found within 1935-1955
Identifier: AC 336
Scope and Content Collection consists of lists of participants, entry forms, procedures, show schedules, publicity releases and articles, minutes of committee meetings, and correpsondence pertaining to the organization and peration of the Contemporary Spanish Market. Included are photocopies of photographs of exhibits.
Identifier: AC 554-p
Scope and Content Collection consists of a handwritten letter written on a National Mail and Transportation Company letterhead in 1879 from D. L. Miller in Santa Fe to his friend L. D. Fenn in La Veta, Colorado. The letter talks about business, ranching, and mining interests, including references to a mine in Carbonateville, New Mexico, 24 miles south of Santa Fe and the Monarch Mine, both of which were in the Cerrillos Mining District
Abstract The collection contains the research and manuscript of Dan D. Chavez for his book on Soledad Chacon. Included are documents related to her and her family, letters to her, and an interview with her daughter, Lena Ward. There are also materials by and about the writer, Felipe M. Chacon, a relative of Soledad. Further, it has annotated lists of New Mexico political and judicial officials researched by Chavez. In addition, the collection has some of Chavez's preliminary work on Octaviano Larrazolo...
Dates: 1872-2016; Majority of material found within 1970-1999
Identifier: AC 562-p
Abstract David Ross Boyd served as the president of University of New Mexico from 1912-1919. This collection consists mostly of letters between Boyd and UNM faculty members.
Identifier: UNMA 099
Abstract David Spence Hill served as the president of the University of New Mexico from 1919-1927. The collection contains correspondence with faculty and students, information on campus lands, writings, and scrapbooks.
Abstract Contains personal papers and family history from David Wilde's life in England and others related to his life and writings in Albuquerque.
Scope and Content Contains letters and documents pertaining to Dutton's career as an editor, publisher, and student of shamanism.
Dates: 1978-1994; Majority of material found within 1981-1993
Identifier: AC 574
Scope and Content Collection contains material associated with a 1976 trail ride commemorating the original 1776 Dominguez y Escalante Expedition trail through New Mexico, Colorado, Utah, and Arizona. This material documents the preliminaries and life on the trail through diaries, journals, and newspapers.
Abstract The collection primarily consists of Don Perceval’s research relating to trading posts and traders in the Southwest.
Dates: 1949-1968; Majority of material found within 1963-1968