A. A. Jones Family Papers, 1865-1942 (bulk 1885-1942)

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A. A. Jones Family Papers, 1865-1942 (bulk 1885-1942)

A. A. Jones Family Papers, 1865-1942 (bulk 1885-1942)

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Cutting, Bronson M., 1888-1935

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Publisher and U.S. senator from New Mexico. Full name: Bronson Murray Cutting. From the description of Bronson M. Cutting papers, 1890-1950 (bulk 1910-1935). (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 70980057 U.S. senator from New Mexico. From the description of Letter, 1929 Oct. 14, Washington D.C., to Perry Walton, Boston. (Boston Athenaeum). WorldCat record id: 184907337 Biographical Note ...

Otero, Miguel Antonio, 1859-1944

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Born in St. Louis, Mo. in 1849. His family moved to New Mexico in 1851. Otero's first job was working as a bookkeeper wit the family firm, Otero, Sellar & Company. He entered politics in 1883 as City Treasurer of Las Vegas. In 1897 he was appointed Territorial Governor of New Mexico, remained so until 1906. He remained active in politics throughout his life. By 1920 he switched from the Republican to the Democratic Party. He also had a career as a writer. His stories about his experiences in...

Jones, Andrieus Aristieus, 1862-1927

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A.A. Jones was a prominent lawyer and politician from East Las Vegas, New Mexico. He was involved with local and state politics. He served as a special U.S. District Attorney (1894-1898) and U.S. senator (1916-1927). He collaborated with Albert T. Rogers Jr. on land grant cases. From the description of A.A. Jones papers, 1858-1957. (Santa Fe Public Library). WorldCat record id: 37800779 A.A. Jones was a prominent lawyer, businessman, and politician from East Las Vegas, N.M. ...

Jones, Andrieus Aristieus, 1862-1927

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A.A. Jones was a prominent lawyer and politician from East Las Vegas, New Mexico. He was involved with local and state politics. He served as a special U.S. District Attorney (1894-1898) and U.S. senator (1916-1927). He collaborated with Albert T. Rogers Jr. on land grant cases. From the description of A.A. Jones papers, 1858-1957. (Santa Fe Public Library). WorldCat record id: 37800779 A.A. Jones was a prominent lawyer, businessman, and politician from East Las Vegas, N.M. ...

Jones (Stoneroad), Natalia

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Jones, Rona Maria

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Bursum, Holm Olaf, 1867-1953

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Holm O. Bursum was a politician, sheep rancher and warden of the New Mexico State Penitentiary. Born in Iowa in 1867, Bursum moved to New Mexico in 1881. While living in Socorro County, he became a prominent cattle and sheep rancher. Brusum began his political career when he was elected Sheriff of Socorro County, serving from 1894-1898. He was Republican Floor Leader at the New Mexico Constitutional Convention in 1910. While serving as U.S. Senator he failed to pass federal legislation which wou...

Seligman, Arthur

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Jones, Andrieus Aristieus, 1862-1927

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A.A. Jones was a prominent lawyer and politician from East Las Vegas, New Mexico. He was involved with local and state politics. He served as a special U.S. District Attorney (1894-1898) and U.S. senator (1916-1927). He collaborated with Albert T. Rogers Jr. on land grant cases. From the description of A.A. Jones papers, 1858-1957. (Santa Fe Public Library). WorldCat record id: 37800779 A.A. Jones was a prominent lawyer, businessman, and politician from East Las Vegas, N.M. ...

Fall, Albert B. (Albert Bacon), 1861-1944

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Albert B. Fall arrived in N.M. in 1883, and began prospecting at Kingston. He moved to Las Cruces to practice law and became active in Democratic politics. In 1902, he switched his affiliation to the Republican party and continued his climb through various elective and appointive offices. In 1921, Fall was appointed Secretary of the Interior. While in this position Fall was instrumental in transferring the Navy oil reserves at Teapot Dome, Wyo. and Elk Hills, Calif. from the Navy Dept. to the In...