Betty Farrar photograph collection [graphic]. [188?̲]-1960.


Farrar, Betty. Betty Farrar photograph collection [graphic].

Betty Farrar photograph collection [graphic]. [188?̲]-1960.

Summary: Collection consists primarily of images of various people and locations in New Mexico. Images of people include Ernest Thompson Seton, Tommy Macaione, Pancho Villa, Bea Binkley, Bishop Jean Baptiste Lamy with John Salpointe and Joseph Machebeuf, and many unidentified people. Collection also includes images of Santa Fe, New Mexico (including aerial views); the Cristo Rey statue at Anapra, New Mexico; and Columbus, New Mexico, including U.S. Army soldiers there after Pancho Villa's raid.

Photographs : 88 : b&w, col. ; various sizes.Negatives : 39 : b&w ; various sizes.Postcards : 46.

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Machebeuf, Joseph Projectus, 1812-1889 (person)

Villa, Pancho, 1878-1923 (person)

Revolutionary leader in Mexico. From the description of Pancho Villa letter, 1921. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122536890 From the guide to the Pancho Villa letter, 1921, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) ...

Seton, Ernest Thompson, 1860-1946 (person)

Ernest Thompson Seton was an American writer, naturalist and outdoorsman. From the description of Ernest Thompson Seton collection. [1931]. (University of Victoria Libraries). WorldCat record id: 676777117 Naturalist Ernest Thompson Seton was born Ernest Evan Thompson in northeast England, and raised in Canada; he changed his name at the age of sixteen to distance himself from his father. He apprenticed with a portrait artist, and spent a year in England studying at the Roya...

Farrar, Betty. (person)

Macaione, Tomasso S. (person)

Binkley, Bea (person)

Salpointe, John Baptist, 1825-1898 (person)

John Baptiste Salpointe was born in Saint Maurice, Puy-de-Do^me, France in 1825. He was ordained as a priest in 1851 and came to New Mexico as a missionary in 1859. After serving the Church for 35 years, he retired in 1894. During those years he was appointed Vicar General for the Missions of Arizona, and then became Bishop of Arizona. He returned to New Mexico in 1885, when he succeeded Lamy as the Archbishop of Santa Fe. In 1898, Salpointe wrote a history of the Catholic Church in the Southwes...

Lamy, John Baptist, 1814-1888 (person)