New Mexico -- Education -- 20th century
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:
Concha Ortiz y Pino de Kleven Papers
Abstract This collection contains audiotaped interviews, news clippings, articles, pamphlets, brochures, news letters, correspondence, and a scrapbook documenting the life and social career of Concha Ortiz y Pino de Kleven.
David Ross Boyd Presidential Papers
Abstract David Ross Boyd served as the president of University of New Mexico from 1912-1919. This collection consists mostly of letters between Boyd and UNM faculty members.
David Spence Hill Presidential Papers
Identifier: UNMA 099
Abstract David Spence Hill served as the president of the University of New Mexico from 1919-1927. The collection contains correspondence with faculty and students, information on campus lands, writings, and scrapbooks.
Edward Gray Presidential Papers
Abstract Edward Gray became president of the University of New Mexico in April 1909. His collection contains primarily correspondence between Gray and UNM faculty members.
Finding Aid of the Gloria Montoya Chavez Papers
Abstract This collection contains the papers of Gloria Montoya Chavez, a student, administrator, writer, and advocate for Chicano/a and other minority issues. These papers deal with professional, personal, and political struggle within the University of New Mexico’s Chicano Studies and Chicano Student Services, also known as Hispanic Student Services, and in the surrounding community.
University of New Mexico Physical Plant Records
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
William Tight Presidential Papers
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.