Papers of Albert B. Fall, 1887-1941.

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Fall, Albert B. (Albert Bacon), 1861-1944. Papers of Albert B. Fall, 1887-1941.

Papers of Albert B. Fall, 1887-1941.

Collection contains letters and documents related to the following subjects: Fall's terms of office as senator for New Mexico and secretary of the Interior (1912-23), family affairs (1907-41), and personal business (1912-23); politics and government (both in New Mexico and on a national level); New Mexico (especially land, water, forest, and mineral questions); Mexico (including the testimony before the U.S. Senate Subcommittee Investigating Mexican Affairs); reclamation projects (especially the Colorado River Project and Elephant Butte Dam); Indian Affairs (particularly with the Apache, Navajo, and Pueblo tribes); Alaska.

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