Albuquerque (N.M.) -- Social life and customs
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content This collection consists of portraits of local dignitaries, politicians and people of note which were produced in the Albright Art Parlors studios in Santa Fe and Albuquerque between 1880 and 1912 by resident operators. These portraits (on cabinet, boudoir and some larger card stock) offer a glimpse into the people and styles current in New Mexico during this period of time.
Dates: 1880 - 1912
Identifier: MSS -225 -BC
Abstract The Margaret Kent Medler collection contains a scrapbook of newspaper clippings and other items pertaining to Medler's social life in Albuquerque, New Mexico, between 1894-1918. Two almanacs inserted in the scrapbook are dated 1881-1882.
Abstract This collection contains New Mexico and Southwest related memorabilia, business records, correspondence, sheet music and printed materials.
Scope and Content The Nicolas T. Armijo family papers is a somewhat disparate collection of correspondence and documents relating to the Armijo familys personal and business dealings. At one time, this material was compiled in a scrapbook. The collection provides an interesting glimpse into 19th and early 20th century Mexico (Chihuahua) and New Mexico (Albuquerque), from the business and social perspectives of the upper class. Wedding invitations, funeral announcements, gossipy letters, genealogical...
Scope and Content In 1982, Kathryn Sargeant and Mary Davis began an archaeological survey of Los Ranchos de Albuquerque, an incorporated village in the Albuquerque's North Valley. Part of the project involved speaking with local people and asking for permission to walk across and examine their properties for archaeological sites. It became apparent to Sargeant and Davis that the local people had a wealth of historical information in their memories that needed to be documented. Thus, in 1983, the North Valley...
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 This is a collection of oral history projects done in conjunction with the University of New Mexico. Project themes include community/local/family history, politics/government, veterans, labor, education, and events.
Dates: 1984-2006; Majority of material found within 1995-1998
Abstract The William A. Keleher collection contains a variety of materials pertaining to the history of New Mexico. As a historian, Keleher conducted thorough research on the territorial era of the State. As a prominent lawyer and citizen of the State in the 1900's, Keleher's legal work and volunteer efforts helped shape the modern condition of New Mexico. Many of the documents related to his research, career and other interests are included in this collection.
Dates: 1714-1999; Majority of material found within 1915-1972