Miles, John E.
John E. Miles was elected Governor of New Mexico in 1938 and was re-elected in 1940. He was born in Tennessee in 1885 and moved to New Mexico in 1906. He served as a public official in various positions before and after his tenure as Governor, including a term as one of New Mexico's U.S. Representatives from 1949 to 1950.
From the guide to the John E. Miles Photograph Collection, 1940-1961, (Center for Southwest Research, University of New Mexico.)
|creatorOf||Miles, John E. Miles, John (Collection) [picture].||University of New Mexico-Main Campus|
|referencedIn||Governor John E. Miles Papers, 1939-1942||New Mexico State Records Center and Archives|
|referencedIn||Fitzpatrick, George, 1904-. George Fitzpatrick collection, 1928-1982.||Museum of New Mexico Library|
|referencedIn||Greer, E. John. John Greer photograph collection [graphic].||New Mexico State Library|
|creatorOf||New Mexico. Governor (1939-1942 : Miles). Governor John E. Miles papers, 1939-1942.||New Mexico State Library|
|referencedIn||George Fitzpatrick Collection, 1928-1982||Museum of New Mexico. Fray Angélico Chávez History Library.|
|creatorOf||John E. Miles Photograph Collection, 1940-1961||University of New Mexico. Center for Southwest Research|
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|Children--Health and welfare--1940-1961|
|Hospitals--New Mexico--Hot Springs|