Marshall Bond Photograph Collection 1880-1926
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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...
Marshall Bond was born in Virginia in 1867. In 1926 he visited Lincoln County, New Mexico with his son, Marshall Jr., Miguel A. Otero (Governor of New Mexico), and Otero's wife. During this trip he interviewed and photographed the survivors of the Lincoln County War and Billy the Kid's gang. From the description of Collection, 1926-1954, (bulk 1926-1927, 1954). (University of New Mexico-Main Campus). WorldCat record id: 45074825 From the guide to the Marshall Bond Photograph...
Billy the Kid (b. Henry McCarty, September 17 or November 23, 1859, Manhattan, New York City–d. July 14, 1881, Fort Sumner, NM) was also known as William H. Bonney. He was an American Old West outlaw and gunfighter. The exact date of his birth has been disputed as either September 17 or November 23. As a child he moved to New Mexico; his mother died when he was 13. As an early teen McCarty was caught steeling bread, clothing, and guns. As a result he was jailed but escaped. He later lived in ...
Garrett was a politician, rancher, and lawman. He was the lawman who killed Billy the Kid. From the description of Garrett photographs, circa 1880s-1920s. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 367953571 Lawman and rancher, sheriff of Lincoln County, New Mexico, in 1880 and later sheriff and ranch owner in Dona Ana County, New Mexico. Garrett is most widely remembered as the sheriff who shot and killed the infamous outlaw "Billy the Kid." From the description of Pat F. G...