Quivira Bookshop and Photography Gallery Scrapbook 1964-1997

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Quivira Bookshop and Photography Gallery Scrapbook, 1964-1997

Quivira Bookshop and Photography Gallery Scrapbook 1964-1997

The collection consists of a scrapbook and accompanying loose papers and photographs relating to the Quivira Bookshop and Photograph Gallery. Quivira Bookshop was owned and operated by Ann Espe Dietz in the Corrales/Albuquerque, New Mexico area from 1964 to 2000.

1 box (.45 cu. ft.)

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