Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Dean of general science and professor of history and economics at New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. The collection contains primarily writings, scrapbooks, and publications on the history of New Mexico and the history of education in New Mexico.
Scope and Content The Katherine McMahon Collection contains approximately 700 black and white photograph prints, primarily related to the Pueblo Indians and the Navajo of New Mexico. Isleta Pueblo is especially well-represented and included are portraits, dances, and snapshots of daily life. Other subjects include: landscapes and scenes across New Mexico, such as Albuquerque and Santa Fe; cowboys; regional writers and artists; and the First American Pageant, 1928 – 1931. Photographers include M.E. Hanna, Harry...
Dates: ca. 1870 - 1940; Majority of material found in Placeholder Unit Date Text
Abstract President of the Historical Society of New Mexico, business woman and daughter of Agnes Morley Cleaveland. The collection contains materials relating to the Historical Society of New Mexico and the lumber companies owned by Lavender and her husband, George.
Abstract New Mexico author, Olympic Gold medalist, and mining engineer. Son of Agnes Morley Cleaveland. Contains writings by Cleaveland, primarily about his theories concerning the Santa Fe Ring. Also contains materials about the mining company Pacific Tin Consolidated Corporation, of which Cleaveland was president. There are also four oral history tapes which contain speeches or interviews with Cleaveland.