Albuquerque (N.M.) -- History -- 19th century
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content These papers relate to the University of New Mexico, education in New Mexico, and Hodgin's writings. Boxes 1 and 2 contain his addresses and talks, 1880-1930, including some of his essays for the Ten Dons. In box 3 there are songs, poems and articles by Hodgin including his book, Rhymes from New Mexico, published in 1933. A large portion of this collection concerning education in New Mexico includes class books (grades, attendance, etc.), 1887-1924; University...
Abstract The collection contains USB drives containing digital research and scans created by Historic Albuquerque Incorporated. Research could include images, newspaper articles, oral interviews, family trees and/or obituaries. Historic Albuquerque, Incorporated (HAI), formed in 1999, is a not-for-profit, regional, proactive organization exploring, preserving, guarding and restoring Albuquerque’s heritage.
Dates: 1880 - 2010
Scope and Content This small collection contains photocopies of letters written by William C. Leonard to his uncle, N.W. Leonard of Middleboro, Massachusetts. The letters were written between 1876 and 1901 while William C. Leonard lived in New Mexico. The letters deal primarily with sheep ranching, selling dry goods and real estate investment/rental. Of particular interest, these letters discuss the real estate market price fluctuations in New Albuquerque. The collection also...