Photographic Collections. More than 500,000 photographic items from the Rio Grande Historical Collections, with materials that cover almost 150 years of image making in New Mexico and the Southwest and pertain to all aspects of the state's cultural heritage The digital archive is a continuously growing collection of publications that will no doubt provide useful access to researchers and the general public. Browse the NMSL Digital Archive . Example of a New Mexico State docum en Digital Collections email@example.com (801) 626-6509. 3921 Central Campus Drive. Dept 2901. Ogden, UT 84408-290
New Mexico Newspapers A guide to digital and print resources. Research Guides Includes guides on African Americans in New Mexico , J. B. Jackson , John Gaw Meem , Land Grants and Water Issues in New Mexico , Latin American Collections (Archival) , Route 66 , and Spanish Colonial and Mexican Documents You may also view hundreds of additional items on petroleum development in Mexico in the DeGolyer Library's Mexico: Photographs, Manuscripts, and Imprints digital collection. Below is a non-inclusive list of examples of the Everette Lee DeGolyer, Sr. papers relating to Mexican oil exploration and development in the early 1900s
New Mexico Digital Collections — UNM; Online Archive of New Mexico — UNM; Atlas of the Historical Geography of the United States — University of Richmond; Archiving data and housing geological collections is an important role the Bureau of Geology plays in improving our understanding of the geology of New Mexico The CSWR Pictorial Collections are a subset of New Mexico Digital Collections which contain manuscripts, university archives, audio recordings and collections from institutions from around the State. You can use these images for a paper, a class, a PowerPoint presentation, or your research This digital collection selects approximately 4,500 images out of their collection of over 15,000 studio and environmental portraits from central and southern Utah. and artifacts from Mesoamerican archaeological sites in Mexico, Central America, and Peru [Mexico : s.n., January 1768] Subject(s): Economics, Hospital Legislation, Hospital Taxes Mexico Hospital Real de Indios (Mexico City, Mexico) 4. Descripcion del colera-morbo asiatico: metodo curativo para el caso en que no pueda ocurrirse á un medico, precauciones para librarse de el en cuanto sea posibl New Mexico: History, Digital Collections, and eBooks - Wednesday July 28, 10 am. By tdesimio | Published July 21, 2021. The DACC Library presents the next of its summer online workshops on Wednesday, July 28, at 10 am. Learn about resourses on all things New Mexico. To register, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-575-528-7260
Digital Collections. link. Digital Collections. Online collection containing a selection of photographs, maps, broadsides, architectural drawings and other documents from the collections of the Western History/Genealogy Department. Formerly known as the Digital Image Catalog and Photoswest. Available to everyone The main objective of this thesis is to empirically assess the impact of climate factors on international and internal migration in Mexico. Climate models have predicted that Mexico is facing long term drying trends and increased frequency and magnitude of weather related extremes in future decades, two climate factors to which migration is sensitive In addition, the collection includes acquisitions and donations that cover the history of photography worldwide. The photo archives can be accessed online or in person with an appointment. High-quality digital scans and prints may be ordered for display, publication, or multimedia projects. Proceeds support operation of the archives The following collection of documents offers four case studies of the exploration and visual art, broadly defined, of nineteenth-century America and Mexico, from the first expeditions up the Missouri River, to the development of everyday life along the Mississippi, to the discovery of Yellowstone and the establishment of the national park, to representations of the people and natural resources.
The Dupee Collection offers nearly 200 broadsides published after the Mexican republic secured its independence in 1821. Chronicled within the broadsides are Mexican partisan politics, religious and anti-clerical debates, popular literature and drama, domestic revolutions and armed conflict with the United States Browse the New Mexico Historical Newspapers Collections: Alamogordo News, 1900-1913. Albuquerque Citizen, 1891-1906. Albuquerque Evening Herald, 1914-1922. Albuquerque Morning Journal 1908-1921. Belen News, 1913-1923. Black Range, 1882-1897 (Socorro County) Bland Herald, 1901-1902. Borderer, 1872-1874 Digitized Collections. You can search or browse data and images for parts of our large collection of specimens and artifacts through our own website at collections.nhm.org or through external sites. In many cases, we publish our data to regional, national, or international aggregator sites or platforms that help researchers find information. Digital Collection. Contagion: Historical Views of Diseases and Epidemics. This online collection offers important historical perspectives on the science and public policy of epidemiology today and contributes to the understanding of the global, social-history, and public-policy implications of diseases. See all digital collections UTSA's Mexican Cookbook Collection is comprised of more than 2,000 cookbooks, from 1789 to the present, with most books dating from 1940-2000. In addition to broad general coverage, the collection includes concentrations in the areas of regional cooking, healthy and vegetarian recipes, corporate advertising cookbooks, and manuscript recipe books
This set contains samples from the SMU CUL Digital Collections digital collection from Southern Methodist University's Central University Libraries (CUL). CUL's DeGolyer Library holds a preeminent collection of historic photographs, manuscripts, and imprints from New Spain and Mexico. These items portray a changing landscape and population over five centuries UNM Digital Collection . This collection includes digitized materials from libraries, archives, and museums in New Mexico. Focusing on the history and culture of New Mexico, the collections cover other topics and geographic areas as well. Over 100,000 pages of newspapers from around the state have been digitized, and the project continues Digitized content from the collections of Cornell University Library Subject: Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico - Cornell University Library Digital Collections Search Results Skip to main conten García Cubas' Picturesque and Historic Atlas is a collection of maps depicting Mexico's commercial, political, and cultural achievements, as well as the country's rich natural resources and ethnic diversity. This historic map of New Spain appears in the atlas surrounded by portraits of Spanish colonial rulers. Digital Collections. The Logan Museum Digital Collection is one of many collections that are part of the Beloit College Digital Collections. cultural tourism, economic development, and community change and continuity in Oaxaca, Mexico. Bristol, an advocational ethnologist, made trips to Mexico and Guatemala between 1952 and 1995. Decades of research, travel.
The University Libraries of UNM has extensive collections to support the educational and research mission of the University, as well as numerous distinctive collections. These include: Maps and Geographic Information Center New Mexico Digital Collections University Archives UNM Digital Repository. Carta del Tiempo (Mexico) Select from available volumes: If you have questions or comments concerning the foreign climate data collections, or you need further assistance, please contact: Library.Reference@noaa.gov, 301-713-2600 ext. 157 Digital Library of the Caribbean dLOC is a cooperative digital library for resources from and about the Caribbean and circum-Caribbean. dLOC provides access to digitized versions of Caribbean cultural, historical, and research materials currently held in archives, libraries, and private collections University Library Digital Collections. The University Library Digital Collections feature historically significant documents, photographs, oral histories, artistic works and exhibit materials selected from the University Special Collections and Archives. Learn More
Enlarge Map of New Mexico, showing county seats and boundaries, 1908. National Archives. (Microfilm editions) New Mexico State Records Center and Archives Three major collections of records from the Spanish, Mexican, and Territorial Archives of New Mexico Spanish Archives of New Mexico, 1621-1821 Descriptive and ordering information a . 1895-ca. 1935 (photograph) 9th-12th century (building) Format: Image Creation Date: ca. 1895-ca. 1935 (photograph) 9th-12th century (building Digital Collections @ DU preserves and provides access to the unique manuscript and archival collections held by the University Libraries and by other partners on campus. For more information on collection development and access policies related to Digital Collections @ DU, please contact the department heads in Digital Collections Services.
This collection features research reports and other publications on a wide range of legal topics prepared by the Law Library of Congress in response to requests or recurring interest from Congress and other federal government entities on issues concerning foreign, comparative, and international law (FCIL).. In addition to current research products on FCIL topics, this collection includes. The Genealogy Center has copies of all available microfilmed Catholic church records for New Mexico and southern Colorado. Microfilmed church records available at the Genealogy Center are primarily from the Archives of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe The New Mexico Taxation and Revenue Department recently updated FYI-206, describing the gross receipts tax collection responsibilities for online marketplace providers and marketplace without physical presence in New Mexico.Marketplace providers and marketplace sellers with at least $100,000 of taxable gross receipts in New Mexico in the previous calendar year have a tax collection obligation
The New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, better known as New Mexico A&M, published its first student yearbook in 1907. A contest was held among students to name the yearbook, and the name Swastika was selected, in part because the swastika is an ancient symbol of fortune and good luck used by Native Americans in the Southwest.As the years passed, and the symbol was adopted by. .S. Army Map Service, 1933-. The following maps are from Atlas of Mexico 1975 (Bureau of Business Research, University of Texas at Austin) Noted Archeological Sites (326K) Mexico at the Time of Conquest, 1519 (291K) Principal Territorial Expeditions of the 16th Century (334K
Penn Museum Objects with a Credit Line of: Exchange with the Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico, 1966 Exchange with the Museo Nacional de Antropologia, Mexico, 1966 (Credit Line) - Digital Collections - Penn Museu . This table shows links to statewide collections. To find links to collections on the county level, use the county Wiki pages. Some subscription websites listed below can be searched for free at a family history center or FamilySearch affiliate library.. For United States nationwide collections, go to the United States Online Genealogy Records page © 2021 Dear Stella 483 BROADWAY NEW YORK, NY 10013 email@example.com (212) 226-1400 Mod2 Software Solutions for Textile & Apparel v104.08 [+] 0.246 Library Digital Collections. Showing results for 1 - 12 of 12 Peveril Meigs Baja California R image Johnson Ranch (Baja California, Of note is the Sylvanus Griswold Morley Collection which is comprised of the personal library of one of the founders of the Laboratory of Anthropology, Inc. who was an archaeologist renowned for his scholarship on the Maya. LOA LIBRARY DIGITAL COLLECTIONS. The LOA Librarian is actively developing the LOA Library digital resources collections
Welcome to Digital Collections. Photos Maps Architectural Plans Art Subject Index A to Z Collections. We have unique digital content for you to explore online, as well as physical content accessible in person. Explore all of our collections by selecting options from this page. Please note that some audiovisual content within our digital collections and exhibits will be temporarily unavailable as we prepare to migrate it to a new. Guillermo Kahlo, father of artist Frida Kahlo, was one of the foremost architectural photographers in Mexico during the early 1900s. In 1932, Kahlo's studio documented the Ford Mexico City assembly plant. This visual record was created the same year Kahlo's son-in-law Diego Rivera began the Detroit Industry murals -- the monumental frescoes at the Detroit Institute of Arts funded by Edsel Ford 4. Apolonia 3 de La Vega Y Coca (Miguel 2 , Cristobal 1 ), born 1701 in Santa Fe, New Mexico; died 7 Mar 1734 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. She married on 14 Aug 1719 in Bernalillo, Nm Cristobal Baca, born 1686 in Santa Fe, New Mexico; died 4 May 1739 in Santa Fe, New Mexico, son of Manuel Baca and Maria Salazar
Digital Collections. You are here. Home › Top-level collection › Honors Theses; Back to top The Separation of Shit and State: Water Sovereignty and the New Commons in Cuernavaca, Mexico. Search for this publication on Google Scholar. Smith, J. F. (2009). The Separation of Shit and State: Water Sovereignty and the New Commons in Cuernavaca. .usc.edu: Physical access: Contact: Special Collections, Doheny Memorial Library, Libraries, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA 90089-0189; firstname.lastname@example.org. Juan III 4 Montes Vigil (Juan II 3 , Juan 2 , Lucas 1 ), born 1621 in Mexico City; died Oct 1682 in Zacatecas, Mexico. He married unknown. Children of Juan III Montes Vigil were as follows: + 5 i Francisco 5 Montes Vigil, born 1665 in Zacatecas, Mexico; died 11 Sep 1731 in Santa Cruz
Special Collections and Archives, Brown Library, Abilene Christian University, Box 29208, Abilene, TX 79699-9208; 325-674-2348 Repository email email@example.com The Missouri Digital Newspaper Program was created to coordinate the digitization of historic Missouri newspapers. Our goal is to provide a freely searchable database of historic Missouri newspapers from every county. By partnering in the Missouri Digital Newspaper Project, the State Historical Society of Missouri will provide: Project management The Digital Collections at the UWM Libraries include over 180,000 photographic images, maps, and books drawn from the collections of the American Geographical Society Library, the Archives, Special Collections, and the Curriculum Collection. UWM Libraries Digital Collections is a great resource for beautiful, historic, and uniquely Milwaukee. The Squire Haskins Photography, Inc. Collection contains photographic prints and more than 223,000 negatives produced between 1947 to 1999. In addition, the collection contains the company's job log books and printed materials. The collection is arranged in six series: Series I, Photographic Log Books, 1949-2002; Series II, Dallas Photographs, [1880s]-2000, undated, bul
About this collection. Documents in Spanish related to the War with Texas in 1835, and the Mexican-American War of 1846-1848. Digitized through a collaborative effort between Mexico's Secretaria de Relaciones Exteriories and the University of Texas-Pan American, funded by the Summerlee Foundation. A guide to the collection in Spanish is found. The University at Buffalo Libraries digital collections encompass a wide variety of formats, including photographs, print materials, audio recordings, artworks, artifacts and other resources. Our digital collections are created to support the teaching and learning activities of UB faculty and students, enhance scholarship and research, and increase access to rare or fragile items that may be.
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Church Records. Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico marriage church register. small (250x250 max) medium (500x500 max) large ( > 500x500 A digital collection of photographs from Chihuahua, Mexico during the Mexican Revolution era . Institute of Oral History and the Bracero History Archive The Institute of Oral History was established in 1972 for the purpose of preserving the history of the region adjacent to the Rio Grande both in the United States and in Mexico Ben Lomond High School Scrapbooks. Since 1953, students at Ben Lomond High School have been creating scrapbooks. These books document the memories of the students each year. The scrapbooks hold a snapshot and time capsule of each student body. Each one contains photographs, newspaper articles and a written yearly history Digital Collections. New World Archaeological Foundation. The Linguistics of Southeast Chiapas, Mexico This Item; The Linguistics of Southeast Chiapas, Mexico The Linguistics of Southeast Chiapas, Mexico, page 8. Previous. Next. of 427. Search this record. Object Description. Title: The Linguistics of Southeast Chiapas, Mexico: Author. Distinctive Collections . Center for Southwest Research & Special Collections; Government Information; Latin American Collections; Map & Geographic Information Center ; New Mexico Digital Collections; University Archives; UNM Digital Repository; Rooms and Spaces . Current Space Projects; Study Rooms - All Libraries; Den 1: Specialized Software.
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