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Correspondence

 Subject
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 97 Collections and/or Records:

Richard C. Dillon Collection

 Collection
Identifier: AC 601
Scope and Content Collection contains material related to his political activities, and personal correspondence with his children. There is a small amount of school-related material from his daughter, Florence, who was a teacher.
Dates: 1906-1970; Majority of material found in 1920s-1940s

Robert Bright Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-1039-BC
Abstract Letters, manuscripts, book mock-ups, and original drawings pertaining to author Robert Bright and his family.
Dates: 1830s-1979; Majority of material found within 1888-1970

Robert G. Marmon Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-990-BC
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.
Dates: 1879-1944

Sally Noe Fort Wingate History Collection

 Collection
Identifier: MSS -1003-BC
Abstract Collection comprises a range of materials collected by Gallup, New Mexico educator and historian Sally Noe related to the history of Fort Wingate, New Mexico.
Dates: 1862-1997

Sand Creek Massacre Account of Truman Blancett

 Collection
Identifier: AC 651-P
Scope and Content The collection contains a report dated 5 January, 1936 (probably dictated to M.M. Watson) by Truman Blancett, relating events surrounding the Colorado Sand Creek Massacre of 1864. The report was sent to Ernest Thompson Seton of Santa Fe, NM, covered by a note from M.M. Watson dated 15 August, 1946, and stating that Blancett had died in 1945. There are three additional letters from 1969: one from Seton’s daughter, giving permission for the letter to be used in research, and two from M.M. Watson,...
Dates: 1936 - 1969

Sandra Lynn Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-972-BC
Abstract The collection contains Sandra Lynn’s research documents pertaining to historic lodgings throughout New Mexico. Included are research and site visit notes, brochures, clippings and articles, correspondence, as well as a small collection of memorabilia and ephemera and oral history interviews.
Dates: 1948-2009; Majority of material found within 1989-1999

Save Jonson Gallery Collection

 Collection
Identifier: UNMA-154
Abstract Save Jonson Gallery Collection is comprised of petitions, letters of support, correspondence, related documents, and newspaper clippings regarding the 1998 campaign to preserve Jonson Gallery from new construction threats.
Dates: 1945-1999; Majority of material found within 1997-1999

School of Business Collection

 Collection
Identifier: Archives 18.0
Scope and Content The first catalog of the university lists Mr. W. L. Edwards as teaching commercial, business, stenography, and penmanship classes. Vocational courses (including teacher training courses) continued to be offered until the 1960s, when an exclusive emphasis on business administrative and economic studies began to prevail. This change is reflected in the changing administrative designations.1995 – School of Business1987 – Department of Business1985 – Division of...
Dates: 1930-; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text

S.H. "Bud" Newman papers,

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-0066-SC
Abstract Contains letters written by G.A. Feather to S. H. Newman. The letters discuss historical research undertaken by both men, modern Presidential politics, education and general topics such as their health and activities.
Dates: 1968-1969

St. James Hotel (Cimarron, NM) Collection

 Collection
Identifier: AC 543
Scope and Content Collection contains historical information about the town of Cimarron, N.M., the Don Diego/St. James Hotel in Cimarron, and Rev. Thomas J. Tolby. Also included is a copy of 1879 Maxwell Land Grant Company.
Dates: 1930-1999

Staplin Family Pictorial Collection

 Collection
Identifier: PICT-2013-003
Abstract The collection consists primarily of photographs depicting Taos and Taos Pueblo, circa 1905-1920. There are also images from Belen, La Belle, Las Vegas, and Santa Fe (NM), as well as ephemera such as business cards, letterheads, and invitations.
Dates: circa 1885-2004; Majority of material found within 1885-1920

Stephen B. Davis Papers

 Collection
Identifier: AC 569
Scope and Content Collection consists of Stephen B. and Mary Davis's personal correspondence with Herbert Hoover and his wife (Lou Henry), and other friends and officials, plus family members. Also included are invitations and menus for White House dinners and other Washington D.C. events.
Dates: 1921-1955

Elias Stover Presidential Papers

 Collection
Identifier: UNMA-001
Abstract Elias Sleeper Stover was elected the first President of the University of New Mexico on February 9, 1891. The collection consists mostly of letters between Stover and UNM faculty.
Dates: 1888-1900

Thomas E. Chavez Collection

 Collection
Identifier: AC 581
Scope and Content Collection consists of personal and professional papers of Thomas E. Chávez as well as some papers of his father Antonio Chávez. Included are letters, correspondence, newspaper articles pertaining to their careers, professional papers and notes. Additionally, collection contains Thomas E. Chávez's school and professional notes, manuscripts, and proofs of published works.
Dates: 1957 - 2009

Thomas K. Todsen collection

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-0223
Abstract Dr. Thomas K. Todsen was an avid collector of materials related to New Mexico. His collection consists primarily of postcards depicting New Mexico and the southwest. His collection also contains letters, receipts, and miscellaneous documents related to New Mexico.
Dates: 1826 - 1990

University of New Mexico Physical Plant Records

 Collection
Identifier: UNMA 115
Abstract The University of New Mexico Physical Plant records document the activities of the Physical Plant Department between 1943 and 1999. Founded in 1889, The University of New Mexico began with one building. Since then, the Physical Plant Department has provided the maintenance for all the buildings in the University of New Mexico.
Dates: 1943-1999; Majority of material found in 1965-1979

UNM Student Tuition Protest Files

 Collection
Identifier: UNMA-102
Abstract This collection consists primarily of student ephemera created in April 1989 during the protest of an approved tuition increase at the University of New Mexico.
Dates: 1989

USS New Mexico BB-40 Collection(Lundgren)

 Collection
Identifier: AC 549-p
Scope and Content Collection of sports programs, menus, newspapers, an autograph page, and other items saved by Eric H. Lundgren who served aboard the USS New Mexico (BB-40) from 1933 to 1937: holiday menus, 1935-1936; football and wrestling programs, 1935-1936; photo of Eric Lundgren (no date); letter postmarked USS New Mexico, 1940; page from Seattle Post-Intelligencer, July 11, 1937; shipboard newspaper Republication, 1937.
Dates: 1935-1940

USS Santa Fe (CL-60) Collection

 Collection
Identifier: AC 542
Scope and Content Assembled by August Francis Schilling, a crew member on the cruiser, the collection contains ephemeral material related to the USS Santa Fe. Collection also includes a miscellaneous folder of USS Santa Fe (SSN-763), a nuclear submarine.
Dates: 1943-1998

William Denison Whipple Papers

 Collection
Identifier: MSS-950-BC
Abstract The collection contains military journals and account ledgers, maps, letters and other correspondence, photographs, an engraving and personal papers related to the military career and personal life of United States Army Major General William Denison Whipple.
Dates: 1853-1865; Majority of material found in 1853-1865

William J. Weatherby papers

 Collection
Identifier: Ms-0070
Abstract Papers of William J. Weatherby and his wife, Laura Weatherby, an Alma, New Mexico, couple involved in mining and ranching operations. The collection consists primarily of correspondence, most of it relating to the promotion and development of various mines in the Mogollon Mountains near Cooney, New Mexico. Other correspondence is of a personal nature and provides a glimpse into turn-of-the century ranch life. Some legal papers, reports and printed material are also included.
Dates: 1870-1929

William Tight Presidential Papers

 Collection
Identifier: UNMA-003
Abstract William George Tight became the third president of the University of New Mexico in 1901 and was the originator of the Pueblo style architecture for many of the campus buildings. The collection consists mostly of correspondence with faculty members during Tight’s tenure as UNM president.
Dates: 1901-1910