Albuquerque (N.M.) -- Economic conditions
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection contains pamphlets related to Albuquerque and New Mexico. Topics range from political campaigns to national parks and monuments, and conferences convening in this area. Many pamphlets are aimed toward prospective residents, tourists, and health-seeking visitors to New Mexico.
Scope and Content The collection is comprised of three ledger books dated, 1882-1903, 1901-1908, and 1908-1911. The first known gas manufacturing franchise issued to a private citizen in New Mexico was obtained in 1882 by Mr. A.A. Grant, a local civic leader and businessman. These ledgers begin as the Albuquerque Gas Company was incorporated on May 11, 1882. The company's operations were quite successful during it's early years, in producing not only manufactured gas but also pitch, tar and coke. These...
Identifier: MSS -649 -BC
Scope and Content The collection consists of a total of eighteen interviews with eight individuals, recorded on eighteen 90 minute audiocassette tapes. All interviews were conducted in English by Benny Andrés, except the interviews with Dionicia Jojola, during which AndrÃ©s spoke English, Jojola spoke Spanish, and a translator served as the intermediary. There is a verbatim transcript for each interview. The transcripts for the Jojola interviews include the transcription of the translation. Also included in the...
Dates: 1995-1999 (bulk 1995)
Abstract The Paul Lusk papers relate to Albuquerque city, neighborhood, and transportation planning, including socioeconomic analysis and growth management, 1956-1998. The collection illuminates Lusk's career as a city planner and professor of architecture and planning.