Joseph Frank Tondre Papers 1882-1978

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Joseph Frank Tondre Papers, 1882-1978

Joseph Frank Tondre Papers 1882-1978

8 boxes (7.8 cu. ft.), plus oversize folder

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Tondre, Joseph Frank, 1883-1968.

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Joseph Frank Tondre, law officer, politician and business manager, was born February 26, 1882, in Isleta, N.M. He died February 3, 1968, in Los Lunas, N.M. Tondre served as Valencia County Sheriff, 1921-1924 and 1941-1941; United States Marshal, Santa Fe, 1926-1933; Warden, New Mexico State Penitentiary, 1951-1952. He was an unsuccessful Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor, 1938 and Governor, 1942. From the guide to the Joseph Frank Tondre Photograph Collection, 1926-1951, (...

Mechem, Edwin L., 1912-

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Edwin Leard Mechem was born to Edwin Mechem and Eunice Leard Mechem on 2 July 1912 in Alamogordo, New Mexico. He was educated at New Mexico State University and the University of Arkansas Law School. He practiced law in Las Cruces; was an FBI agent during WWII; was elected to the state legislature in 1946; and served four terms as governor of New Mexico (1951-54; 1957-58; 1961-62). In 1962 he was appointed to the U.S. Senate filling Dennis Chávez's seat upon his death but lost re-election in 196...

Tundre, Joseph Frank, 1883-1968

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Joseph Tondre. Part of the Joseph Frank Tondre Pictorial Collection (PICT 000-510). Joseph Frank Tondre, politician and businessman, was born February 26, 1883, in Isleta Pueblo, just outside Albuquerque, New Mexico. His grandfathers on both sides emigrated from France, Vincent Mellecker becoming a citizen of the United States in 1858 and Joseph Frank Tondre I, in 1856. Joseph Tondre's formal education consisted of a smattering of learning in Spanish, in a li...

Bratton, Sam Gilbert, 1888-1963

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Republican Party (N.M.)

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New Mexico State Penitentiary

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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 ...

Dempsey, John J., d. 1958.

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John J. Dempsey served as Governor of New Mexico (1943-1946), and one of New Mexico's congressional representatives (1951-1958). From the guide to the John J. Dempsey Papers, 1936-1958 (bulk, 1951-1958), (New Mexico State Records Center and Archives) John J. Dempsey served as Under-Secretary of the Interior (1940) and as New Mexico State Governor for two conserative terms (1943-1946). From the description of John J. Dempsey scrapbooks, 1940-1948. (Museum of New M...