Guide to the Bruce T. Ellis Collection, 1712-1980
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L. Bradford Prince served as Chief Justice of the New Mexico Territorial Supreme Court (1879-1888) and as Governor of the Territory of New Mexico (1889-1893). He was also an historian who served on the Board of Regents for the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts (1902) and as President of the Historical Society of New Mexico (1923). From the guide to the L. Bradford Prince Papers, 1744-1922, (New Mexico State Records Center and Archives) Le Baron Bradford Pri...
Demetrio Perez was a clerk in the office of the secretary, and auditor of public accounts of the Territory of New Mexico, 1856-1863. From the guide to the Demetrio Perez Letter, 1913, (Museum of New Mexico. Fray Angélico Chávez History Library.) ...
The Museum of New Mexico and its Board of Regents were established by a legislative act in 1909 (1909 Laws of N.M., Chp. 4, Sec. 1- 9). During the early years the director served both the Museum of New Mexico and the School of American Archaeology, later the School of American Research. Under the Cultural Properties Act of 1969, the Museum became responsible for administering all registered cultural properties belonging to the State of New Mexico (1969 Laws of N.M., Chp. 223, Sec. 6). In 1977 a ...
Bruce T. Ellis was a former employee of the Museum of New Mexico. He is also the author of several books on New Mexico history. From the description of Bruce T. Ellis collection, 1712-1976. (Museum of New Mexico Library). WorldCat record id: 37288574 ...
Benjamin M. Read was a historian and lawyer, who served as a New Mexico legislator. From the description of Benjamin M. Read collection, 1704-1926 (1804-1854). (Santa Fe Public Library). WorldCat record id: 37792168 Read was the secretary for the New Mexico Commission of Revision of the Laws of New Mexico in 1908, and collected a considerable quantity of material concerning the history of New Mexico and it is now at the New Mexico State Archives in Santa Fe. From...
The Historical Society of New Mexico was created in 1859. From the description of Historical Society of New Mexico collection, 1859-1982. (Museum of New Mexico Library). WorldCat record id: 37397078 Founded on December 26, 1859, the Historical Society of New Mexico is the oldest historical society west of the Mississippi River. During the Civil War, it suspended activities, but soon resumed its role in preserving New Mexico's history. During the territorial period (1851-1912...