New Mexico -- Fiction
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content The Sinclair Papers, consisting of fiction and non-fiction manuscript materials from the inception of an idea to the published form, comprise an essentially complete record of John Sinclair's long writing career. Additionally, the Sinclair collection is significant for its attention to regional subject matter--the history and lore of the Southwest. Covering the gamut of New Mexico's multicultural heritage from historical facts to tall tales to spiritual realms, Sinclair's writings reflect his...
Abstract John Nichols' papers document a wide range of history and culture and personal connections in New Mexico (and elsewhere) over the last 55 years. The collection contains manuscripts, screenplays, correspondence, speeches, artwork, journals, photographs, slides, and videos.
Abstract The bulk of the material is writing of Maude McFie Bloom, mother of John P. Bloom, wife of New Mexico historian Lansing Bloom, and daughter John McFie, on of the founders of the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts. Maude McFie Bloom graduated from the college in 1903. Her senior thesis, History of the Mesilla Valley, is a standard source of information for 19th century Mesilla Valley history. McFie Bloom knew and interviewed many of the important residents of the valley for her...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1903 - 1945
Identifier: AC 614-p