Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection contains the records of the Albuquerque Center for Peace and Justice. It includes information on the history and structure of the organization and its work on issues including nuclear disarmament, nonviolence, solidarity with Central America, and military recruitment.
Dates: 1961-2010; Majority of material found within 1980-1989
Abstract The collection documents some of Basia Irland’s water-related projects. The bulk of the material relates to A Gathering of Waters: Rio Grande, Source to Sea, focusing on the plight of the Rio Grande/Rio Bravo from its source in the Colorado mountains, through New Mexico, and forming the border between Texas and Mexico.
Dates: 1975-2004; Majority of material found within 1996-2004
Identifier: PAC 047
Scope and Content This extensive collection comprises the working career of Cary Herz over the course of more than 25 years in New Mexico. It includes original prints and negatives, color slides, book manuscripts, Compact Discs, video tapes, and some documents and correspondence. The majority of the documents and correspondence are housed in the Fray Angelico Chavez History Libray in the New Mexico History Museum. Her women's movement and female athelete material, completed before she moved to New Mexico, is...
Dates: 1984 - 2008
Abstract Photos of Dorothy Brett, her family and friends taken in Europe and New Mexico, principally in the Taos area. Includes other well-known personalities of the New Mexican art community.
Abstract An artificial collection of photographic format samples, assembled to aid in the study of the history and practice of photography.
Abstract The collection contains the publications, administrative records, and research materials of the Interhemispheric Resource Center, a progressive think tank that published on US foreign policy, Latin America, and US-Mexico border issues.
Identifier: MSS -650-BC
Abstract The materials in this collection represent Leland Wyman's research on Navajo myths and sandpaintings. It includes source material written by Gladys Reichard, Berard Haile, and Franc Newcomb, as well as illustrations of weavings by Hasteen Klah and slides of Native American arts and crafts.
Abstract The collection contains grant proposals, reports, and photographic material relating to needs, training, and projects to improve libraries and library services in indigenous communities, particularly New Mexico Pueblos.
Dates: 1973-1999; Majority of material found within 1975-1977
Abstract This collection contains oral histories, slides and research materials relating to the Rio Grande, Rio Bravo project conducted by Patricia D'Andrea in 1988. The research materials include information about the river, places along the river from the headwaters in Southern Colorado to the Gulf of Mexico, environmental issues and border/immigration issues.
Dates: 1912-2007; Majority of material found in 1988-2000
Abstract Peter T. Furst (1922-2015), a cultural anthropologist, college professor, and researcher, photographed and collected images of pre-Columbian and colonial Latin American, Native American, and Asian cultures and objects, as well as flora and fauna specimens. Furst used these images for his teaching and research. Collection also includes photographs by his wife, and some commercially produced slides.
Abstract This collection contains administrative materials of Taos Talking Pictures, producers of media education programs and an annual film festival. Records include board and staff meeting minutes, financial records, photographs and correspondence. There are news clippings, articles, publicity, programs and other information on the Taos Talking Picture Festival and the Media Literacy Forum.
Dates: 1984-2003; Majority of material found within 1993-2003
Abstract The collection contains research and reports compiled by Van Citters Historic Preservation and partnering entities. Most of their work was done in New Mexico, but the collection also documents projects in Texas, Oklahoma, and Utah.