Carrie Arnold Collection, 1987-1997.

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Arnold, Carrie. Carrie Arnold Collection, 1987-1997.

Carrie Arnold Collection, 1987-1997.

Summary: Collection consists of Carrie Arnold's original manuscripts and illustrative art work on the history of the Palace of the Governors in Santa Fe, New Mexico, copies of the published material she used in her research including Palace records from the Archivo General de Indios, B.M. Read's Illustrated History of New Mexico and Sidelights of New Mexican History, and J.K. Shiskin's Unquiet Centuries, as well as copies of historical information she gathered on the history of Santa Fe, forts, presidios, J.S Candelario's postcards, Bent's Fort and other western sites and people who interested her. Included in this collection are the minutes from Los Compadres del Palacio, 1987-1997, and notes on the 1989 Tile Wall Project in the Fray Angelico Chavez History Library.

7.5 linear feet.

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Ross, Edmond Gibson, 1826-1907

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Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942

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Palace of the Governors (Santa Fe, N.M.)

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Los Compadres del Palacio.

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Shiskin, J. K.

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Read, Benjamin M. (Benjamin Maurice), 1853-1927

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Arnold, Carrie, 1980-

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Candelario, J. A., 1864-1938.

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