Marc Simmons


Marc Simmons by Cynthia Farah Haines
photograph by Cynthia Farah Haines

Historian Marc Simmons began donating his papers to the Southwestern Writers Collection/The Wittliff Collections in 2008. The author of some 45 books and a weekly newspaper column on history that’s appeared for thirty years, Simmons is New Mexico’s best-known historian. Among his many honors, Simmons has been knighted by the King of Spain for his writings on Spanish Colonial history in the Southwest.

Additional papers on Marc Simmons are found in the Phyllis S. Morgan Collection. Morgan is the author of the bio-bibliography, Marc Simmons of New Mexico: Maverick Historian.

Marc Simmons at his home in Cerillos, New Mexico, 2008.

 
Listed below is an archival inventory of the Marc Simmons holdings. Please note that access to unprocessed materials is granted on a case-by-case basis. Please contact the Archivist for details about access to the Marc Simmons Collection.
 

 

Marc Simmons

 

Accession 2008-131

 

Manuscripts, page proofs, correspondence, and other materials for Simmons’ books Albuquerque: A Narrative History, Coronado’s Land: Essays on Daily Life in Colonial New Mexico, The Last Conquistador: Juan De Oñate and the Settling of the Far Southwest, Little Lion of the Southwest: A Life of Manuel Antonio Chaves, Massacre on the Lordsburg Road: A Tragedy of the Apache Wars, Murder on the Santa Fe Trail: An International Incident, 1843, On the Santa Fe Trail, People of the Sun: Some Out-of-Fashion Southwesterners, Stalking Billy the Kid, When Six Guns Ruled: Outlaw Tales of the Southwest, and Witchcraft in the Southwest: Spanish and Indian Supernaturalism on the Rio Grande.

 

Also included in this accession are copies of manuscripts by others sent to Simmons for review and Simmons’ collection of ephemera related to the photographer Craig Varjebedian.

 

All material has been re-housed in acid-free folders. Simmons’ original file titles have been preserved and appear here in quotation marks.

 

Box 1060 folder 1

Calendars, datebook, programs, correspondence relating to the photography of Craig Varjebedian, includes postcards and exhibit announcements

 

Box 1060 folder 2

More information on the exhibits and work by Varjebedian, includes 2005 calendar of photography, material from the New Mexico Photography Field School on workshops, and an application from the Guggenheim Foundation

 

Box 1060 folder 3

RESTRICTED MATERIAL – not be used until thirty years from September 2008 as per letter by Simmons

 

Box 1060 folder 4

Material removed from binder titled “Varjabedian: Photographer, Collection by Marc Simmons” – includes correspondence, photo of Simmons by Varjabedian, newspaper clippings, exhibit flyers, prospectus, portfolio, career narrative, button, 2004 calendar and more [part 1 of 2]

 

Box 1060 folder 5

Material removed from binder titled “Varjabedian: Photographer, Collection by Marc Simmons” – includes correspondence, photo of Simmons by Varjabedian, newspaper clippings, exhibit flyers, prospectus, portfolio, career narrative, button, 2004 calendar and more [part 2 of 2]

 

Box 1060 folder 6

“Page proofs Coronado’s Land” – Coronado’s Land: Essays on Daily Life in Colonial New Mexico by Marc Simmons

 

Box 1060 folder 7

“New Mexico! Photo captions” – captions, notes and copies of maps and photos used

 

Box 1060 folder 8

Manuscript: People of the Sun: Some Out-of-Fashion Southwesterners photographs by Buddy Mays, text by Marc Simmons

 

Box 1060 folder 9

Manuscript of The Last Conquistador: Juan De Oñate and the Settling of the Far Southwest by Marc Simmons

 

Box 1060 folder 10

Manuscript with revisions of The Last Conquistador: Juan De Oñate and the Settling of the Far Southwest by Marc Simmons

 

Box 1060 folder 11

Manuscript labeled “first draft September 1989” of The Last Conquistador: Juan De Oñate and the Settling of the Far Southwest by Marc Simmons

 

Box 1060 folder 12

Manuscript of The Last Conquistador: Juan De Oñate and the Settling of the Far Southwest by Marc Simmons

 

Box 1061 folder 1

Page proofs of Dangerous Passage: The Santa Fe Trail and the Mexican War by William Y. Chalfant, foreword by Marc Simmons

 

Box 1061 folder 2

September 1994 draft of Trading in Santa Fe: John M. Kingbury’s Correspondence with James Josiah Webb 1853-1861 edited by Jane Lenz Elder and David J. Weber; includes notation on front page “Draft of Sept. 1994 and subject to revision, not for circulation or publication”.

 

Box 1061 folder 3

Another September 1994 draft of Trading in Santa Fe: John M. Kingbury’s Correspondence with James Josiah Webb 1853-1861

 

Box 1061 folder 4

Manuscript of Comerciantes, Arrieros, y Peones: The Hispanos and the Santa Fe Trade by Susan Calafate Boyle, September 1994

 

Box 1061 folder 5

Unbound pages of Little Lion of the Southwest: A Life Of Manuel Antonio Chaves

 

 

Box 1061 folder 6

“University of N. Mexico Press Spanish Government in New Mexico correspondence, etc Marc Simmons Collection”

 

Box 1061 folder 7

Journal of the Southwest article “Settlement Pattern & Village Plans in Colonial New Mexico” (reprinted)”

 

Box 1061 folder 8

“Annual Update for American Annual (New Mexico) Marc Simmons Collection”

 

Box 1061 folder 9

“Northland Press Witchcraft in the Southwest correspondence, promo lists, reviews Marc Simmons Collection”

 

Box 1061 folder 10

Note on first page reads “To Marc Simmons Reprint Spanish Govt NM”

 

Box 1061 folder 11

“Swallow Press Little Lion of the Southwest correspondence, reviews, etc Marc Simmons Collection”

 

Box 1061 folder 12

Material from unmarked folder; handwritten manuscript titled “Column for August 2008”

 

Box 1061 folder 13

Photocopy of corrected manuscript 11-19-85 Alongside the Santa Fe Trail: An Excursion into the Past by Marc Simmons

 

Box 1062 folder 1

“Proofs and manuscript for Murder on the Santa Fe Trail with correspondence Marc Simmons Collection”

 

Box 1062 folder 2

“Proofs Along the Santa Fe Trail Marc Simmons Collection”

 

Box 1062 folder 3

“Front Matter photo, etc New Mexico: A Bicentennial History

 

Box 1062 folder 4

“New Mexico! By Marc Simmons page proofs & revisions”

 

Box 1062 folder 5

Photocopy of dissertation Political Power and Political Organization (Comanches) by Thomas Whitney Kavanagh

 

Box 1062 folder 6

Uncorrected page proofs for Legacy of Honor: The Life of Rafael Chacon, A Nineteenth Century New Mexican edited by Jacqueline Dorgan Meketa

 

Box 1062 folder 7

“H. Jackson Camino Real Guide ms 2005” – foreword by Marc Simmons

 

Box 1062 folder 8

“Column for October 2008” [part 1 of 2]

 

Box 1062 folder 9

“Column for October 2008” [part 2 of 2]

 

Box 1063 folder 1

 

“3rd edition of 4th grade textbook proof copy New Mexico!

 

Box 1063 folder 2

Manuscript The Protector of the Indians in Spanish New Mexico by Charles R. Cutter

 

Box 1063 folder 3

Abstract and manuscript by Kathryn Ann Hovey A Coalminer’s Stepdaughter: A Study of Fragility and Sustainability in Madrid, New Mexico

 

Box 1063 folder 4

Proofs for A Renaissance Man in New Mexico: The Life and Work of Frank Springer in Law, Business, Cultural Affairs, and Science by David Caffey. With correspondence from Texas A&M Press asking for Simmons to read the book and endorse it with a blurb. Also included is Simmons' quote about the book that he provided to the press in response. The book was published as Frank Springer and New Mexico: From the Colfax County War to the Emergence of Modern Santa Fe.

 

Box 1063 folder 5

“Proofs Los Comanches Noyes correspondence/clipping file to follow Marc Simmons Collection”

 

Box 1063 folder 6

Manuscript The Myth of Santa Fe by Chris Wilson November 1992

 

Box 1063 folder 7

The Texas Rangers: Still a Force in American and Texas Law Enforcement by James O. Garrett for SOSC 6313 May 1991

 

Box 1063 folder 8

“Cutter manuscript”

 

Box 1063 folder 9

Manuscript: Lost: The  Black Troop Tragedy of 1877 by Paul H. Carslon

 

Box 1063 folder 10

Thesis New Mexico Women: A Tapestry by Sherlyn Shervanick

 

Box 1063 folder 11

Manuscript Albuquerque Trivia by Cynthia and Arthur Romero, includes letter to Simmons from C. Romero

 

Box 1063 folder 12

“Final Draft: Albuquerque, A Narrative History (1983)” part 1 of 2

 

Box 1063 folder 13

“Final Draft: Albuquerque, A Narrative History (1983)” part 2 of 2

 

Box 1064 folder 1

“Final Oñate manuscript”

 

Box 1064 folder 2

First draft and edited copy of Treasure Trails of the Southwest by Marc Simmons

 

Box 1064 folder 3

When Six Guns Ruled by Marc Simmons – page proofs, edited draft, and proof with reader’s marks

 

Box 1064 folder 4

Annotated manuscript from Albuquerque, A Narrative History – begins with Chapter 7 “The Tug of War” [part 1 of 2]

 

Box 1064 folder 5

Annotated manuscript from Albuquerque, A Narrative History–Chapter 7 “The Tug of War” [part 2 of 2]

 

Box 1064 folder 6

“Corrected Manuscript Albuquerque, A Narrative History (winner of Golden Spur Award) Western Writers of America”

 

Box 1064 folder 7

“Manuscript Tough Times in Rough Places High Lonesome Books 1992”

 

Box 1064 folder 8

“Dan Tyler Mex. Period Ms.”

 

Box 1065 folder 1

“Original Ms. of Murder on the Santa Fe Trail”

 

Box 1065 folder 2

“Wm. Chalfant Ms. A DANGEROUS TIME

 

Box 1065 folder 3

Stalking Billy the Kid (2006) Manuscript & Proofs”

 

Box 1065 folder 4

ON THE SANTA FE TRAIL Manuscript & Page Proofs”

 

Box 1065 folder 5

National Geographic article for Trails West – proofs , revised article, illus., correspondence, reviews, etc.”

 

Box 1065 folder 6

Following the Santa Fe Trail

 

Box 1065 folder 7

Photocopy of Tiffany Blue by Patricia McGraw with a short statement by Marc Simmons

 

Box 1065 folder 8

“Corrected Manuscript (incomplete) Following the Santa Fe Trail, A Guide, Marc Simmons Collection”

 

Box 1065 folder 9

PEOPLE OF THE SUN 1st draft”

 

Box 1066 folder 1

Massacre on the Lordsburg Road: A Tragedy of the Apache Wars by Marc Simmons 1995 manuscript”

 

Box 1066 folder 2

Page proofs and correspondence for Reluctant Frontiersman: James Ross Larkin on the Santa Fe Trail, 1856-1857. Edited and annotated by Barton Barbour.

 

Box 1066 folder 3

Page proofs “The Royal Road: El Camino Real from Mexico City to Santa Fe

 

Box 1066 folder 4

Manuscript “Ebright & Hendricks, Witches of Abiquiù (2005)”

 

Box 1066 folder 5

Adios Nuevo Mexico: The Santa Fe Journal of John Watts in 1859 edited and transcribed by David Remley, Marc Simmons Collection” – proofs

 

Box 1066 folder 6

Manuscript “Frank Applegate of Santa Fe: Artist & Preservationist

 

Box 1066 folder 7

Proofs “The Hispano Homeland” by Richard L. Nostrand

 

Box 1066 folder 8

Page proofs “Three Trails to Solomon’s Fork: The Cheyenne Expedition of 1857” by William Y. Chalfant; first page inscribed to Simmons and signed by Chalfant

 

Box 1066 folder 9

Proofs with some notations “Albuquerque” by Marc Simmons

 

Box 1067 folder 1

“Proofs signed by all three authors from Marc Simmons Coll.” – page proofs of Medicine Women, Curanderas, and Women Doctors by Bobette Perrone, H. Henrietta Stockel, Victoria Krueger

 

Box 1067 folder 2

“Manuscript: Murder on the Santa Fe Trail

 

Box 1067 folder 3

Misc correspondence (limited); typed “reader’s report” by Simmons on Elder & Weber’s Trading in Santa Fe 1994; program guide for the Talking Stick Film Festival 2008; New Mexico Vacation Guide 2008

 

Box 1067 folder 4

Manuscript Albuquerque [part 1 of 2]

 

Box 1067 folder 5

Manuscript Albuquerque [part 2 of 2]

 

Box 1067 - artifacts

Three pieces of petrified wood from the property of Marc Simmons in Cerrillos, New Mexico

 

Box 1068

July 2004 issue of Santa Fe Real Estate Guide

June 1997 vol. 2 no. 1 Woman Magazine

March 9, 1994 Santa Fe Real Estate Weekly

Vol. 1, No. 1 1993 Santa Fe Traditions

March 1992 Springs Magazine

Winter 1987 Southwest Travel & Recreation Quarterly

Winter in Northern New Mexico 1993-94

“The Enchantment of New Mexico – A Calendar for the year 2000” photographs by

Craig Varjabedian

 

The following New Mexico publications donated by Simmons have been cataloged:

 

From the Santa Fe Reporter-

The 2008-2009 Local’s Guide to Living in Santa Fe

1995 Summer Guide to Santa Fe

1994 Voices of Summer

Transformations: The Healing Arts in Santa Fe Summer 1988

Adobe Holidays 1997; 1995

Adobe Christmas 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993

Voices: The Arts in Santa Fe Summer 1987, Summer 1988, Summer 1989, Summer 1991,

Artists of the Sun: Indian Market 1982, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1992, 1993, 1994

Indian Summer 1997

The Local’s Guide to Indian Market 2000

 

From the Rio Grande Sun-

Española Valley Arts Festival 1991, 1993

!Fiesta! 1994, 1995

 

From the Albuquerque Journal-

Official State Fair Guide 1986, 2008

Indian Market Guide 1993, 1997

Summer Guide 2003

Northern New Mexico Traveler 1990, 1992

Balloon Fiesta 1988, 1991, 1992, 1993

 

From Santa Fe The Sun-

Issues from October 1992, February 1993, August 1994, September 1995, two copies of the September 1997 issue

 

From Romero/Taos Publishing –

Taos Fiestas, ‘88

Christmas in Taos 1987

 

From THE Magazine, Santa Fe’s Monthly Magazine of the Arts-

Issues from April 1993, August 1993, November 1995, August 1997

 

From the New Mexico Press Association –

New Mexico State Fair 1995

New Mexico – Explore the Possibilities Summer 1995

 

From New Mexico’s Newsmonthly Crosswinds-

Issues from August 1991 (two copies) Vol. III, No. VIII; September 1991 Vol. III, No. IX; October 1991 Vol. III, No. X; Jan/Feb 1992 Vol. IV, No. III; May 1991 Vol. IV, No. V; July 1992 Vol. IV, No. VII; August 1992 Vol. IV, No. VIII; September 1992 Vol. IV, No. IX; November 1992 Vol. IV, No. XI; May 1993 Vol. 5, No. 6; June 1993 Vol. 5, No. 7; August 1993 Vol. 5, No. 9; March 1994 Vol. 6, No. 4; May 1994; June 1994; June 1994 Special Look at Weaving; August 1994 through October 1994; December 1994; March 1995; April 1995; June through November 1995; July 1996; April 1997; June 1997; and March 1998

 

From The Taos News

Official Program for the Taos Arts Festival 1991, 1993, 1994

Taos Winter Guide 1993-94

Taos Summer Guide 1990, 1991, 1993, 1994

Visitor & Newcomer Guide Summer/Fall 2006, Summer/Fall 2008

Tempo May 24, 1990

Fiestas de Taos 1991, 1994

1995 Official Program Spring Arts Celebration

 

From The Santa Fe New Mexican

Feliz Navidad 1990, 1997, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006

Official Guide to the Spanish Market 1997, 2003

Official Guide to the Indian Market 1992, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2004, 2008

Bienvenidos: A Visitor’s Guide to Northern New Mexico 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994,

1996, 1997, 2000, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2008

Viva La Fiesta! 1986, 1988, 1990

Pasatiempo 1990, 1997

Winterlife 1997

Santa Fe Summer 1988

 


 

Accession # 2009-032

 

The following donated material pertains to the 400th anniversary of the founding of New Mexico by Juan de Oñate and the subsequent controversy that followed the presentation of the Oñate statue. Material consists of various newspapers, newspaper clippings, manuscript of “Spanish Pathways”, a poster and other information on the Galisteo Basin Photography Project, and a collection of index cards with book information on Simmons’ personal library. [note: an individual database on the library books will be completed soon]


Box 1221 folder 1
Various newspaper clippings on the 400th anniversary of the founding of New Mexico and related events; includes limited correspondence, magazine “Western Spirit” volume 11, issue 1 featuring article by Simmons, and a letter from Simmons describing loose material [part 1 of 3]


Box 1221 folder 2
Various newspaper clippings on the 400th anniversary of the founding of New Mexico and related events; includes limited correspondence [part 2 of 3]


Box 1221 folder 3
Various newspaper clippings on the 400th anniversary of the founding of New Mexico and related events; includes limited correspondence [part 3 of 3]


Box 1221 folder 4
“Albuq. Oñate Controversy, ‘98” – newspaper clippings, photocopies of newspaper clippings, and limited correspondence


Box 1221 folder 5
“Towns: Albuq., Abiquiu, Silver City, Las Vegas, Loma Parda, Española, Mesilla” – newspaper clippings on the Oñate statue


Box 1221 folder 6
Correspondence from Dona Conchita Lucero to Simmons; includes holiday cards and was removed from a large green envelope


Box 1221 folder 7
“Galisteo Basin Photog. Project 2008-09” – documents opposition to proposed drilling in the basin and includes correspondence and newspaper clippings


Box 1221 folder 8
Material removed from binder “Cuatro Centenario vol. III” – includes newspaper clippings, brochures, and event announcements


Box 1221 folder 9
Material removed from binder “Cuatro Centenario vol. II” – includes newspaper clippings, and event announcements and invitations [part 1 of 2]


Box 1221 folder 10
Material removed from binder “Cuatro Centenario vol. II” – includes newspaper clippings, and event announcements and invitations [part 2 of 2]


Box 1221 folder 11
“Simmons, SPANISH PATHWAYS, Manuscript & Correspondence” – correspondence


Box 1221 folder 12
“Simmons, SPANISH PATHWAYS, Manuscript & Correspondence” – manuscript


Box 1222
Newspapers containing articles on the 400th anniversary of New Mexico; includes the May 25, 1963 issue of “Saturday Review” and the January 23, 2009 issue of “Pasatiempo” on the Galisteo Basin


Box 1223
Index cards with title, author, and publishing information on books within Simmons’ personal library; majority filed in alphabetical order [1 of 3]


Box 1224
Index cards with title, author, and publishing information on books within Simmons’ personal library; majority filed in alphabetical order [2 of 3]


Box 1225
Index cards with title, author, and publishing information on books within Simmons’ personal library; majority filed in alphabetical order [3 of 3]


Mapcase Drawer B
One 24” x 20” poster for the Galisteo Basin Photography Project signed by photographers Linda Spier, Tony Bonanno, Norman Mauskopf, and Greg MacGregor

 


 

Accession 2010-043

 


Material includes samples of Spanish language newspapers of New Mexico, newspapers and other promotional/advertisement publications dealing with architecture of the region, and other aspects of regional culture such as art, religion, and folk craft; drafts of newspaper columns written by Simmons on John Houser, sculptor of El Paso's Equestrain/Oñate statue, other Houser material, and a DVD The Last Conquistador: An Artist, A Dream, A Nightmare about the Oñate sculptor.

The following items have been added to the backlog:
DVD The Last Conquistador: An Artist, A Dream, A Nightmare, a film by John J. Valdez and Cristina Ibarra; note from donor on cover of DVD reads "M. Simmons here in a 'talking head' near beginning of DVD"

The following periodicals [many published by The Santa Fe New Mexican]
The Essential Guide to Santa Fe & Taos 2009-2010

1996 New Mexico Enchantment USA

Santa Fe: The Official 2009 Santa Fe Visitors Guide

Fiesta de Santa Fe: 2008 Official Guide

The Official 1996 Santa Fe Visitors Guide

88th Annual Santa Fe Indian Market 2009 SWAIA Official Guide

Santa Fean Magazine presents Indian Market Magazine 2007 Collector's Edition

88th Annual Santa Fe Indian Market Directory of Artists

Winterlife: 2009-2010 Winter Guide to Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico

2009 Santa Fe International FolkArt

Santa Fe Reporter, June 17-23, 2009 issue

New Mexico History Museum

PasaTiempo, November 6-12, 2009 issue and August 21-27, 2009 issue

Roll Call: Memories of World War II, August 14, 2005 issue

Feliz Navidad 2009 Santa Fe New Mexican

Spanish Market 2009 The Santa Fe New Mexican



Box 1219 folder 1
"Rough first draft newspaper columns 2008-2010 (thru March)" [part 1 of 2] - contains mainly hand written pieces

Box 1219 folder 2
"Rough first draft newspaper columns 2008-2010 (thru March)" [part 2 of 2]

Box 1219 folder 3
"John Houser Oñate Sculptor" - contains newspaper clippings, a DVD, and photographs

Box 1219 folder 4
"John Houser DVD controversy" - includes correspondence, newspaper clippings, and magazine Sculptural Pursuit Winter 2008 issue

Box 1219 folder 5
"John Houser - misc" - contains printout of article by Houser on Oñate piece

Box 1219 folder 6
"Unsorted John Houser material" - includes mainly various newspaper clippings and some correspondence [part 1 of 2]

Box 1219 folder 7 "Unsorted John Houser material" [part 2 of 2]

Box 1220 folder 1
14" x 11" photograph of John Houser and Oñate sculpture

Box 1220 folder 2
Assorted newspaper clippings on New Mexican culture and history written by various writers [does not include work by Simmons]

Box 1220 folder 3
"samples of Spanish language newspapers of the region" - titles as follows:
 of El Hispano News, Más New Mexico,  and El Semanario de Santa Fe

Box 1220 guides, magazines, and other trade papers all dealing with life and culture in New Mexico; titles as follows:
Inside Santa Fe: Santa Fe's Premier Travel Planner, New Mexico Wild!, Guide to New Mexico - 2004 official state guide, 2006 New Mexico Vacation Guide, Haciendas: Home/Design/Remodel, two issues of Santa Fe Showcase: a selection of fine properties, three issues of Santa Fe Real Estate Guide, two issues of Home: Santa Fe Real Estate Guide, and Santa Fe: 2006 official Santa Fe visitors guide, 88th Annual Santa Fe Indian Market 2009 SWAIA Official Guide, Santa Fe 400th Anniversary Official Commemorative Issue [contains article by Simmons on page 25]

 


 

Accession 2011-021

 

added to the backlog:
“A Pictorial History of the Southwest & The Santa Fe Trail”, featuring the artwork of Ronald Kil, paperback, signed by artist Ronald Kin, inscribed to Steve Davis

“Indian Market” SWAIA official guide 2010 Artists Directory, published by The Santa Fe New Mexican

Box # 1339 folder 4
flyer announcing unveiling of Ronald Kil’s mural depicting the “History of Northeastern New Mexico”; obituary photocopy from the Dallas Morning News of history professor David J. Weber; photocopy of article on Weber written by Simmons in The New Mexican August 28, 2010; and photocopy of article by Simmons on atole beverage in The New Mexican September 18, 2010

 


 

Accession 2012-041

 

This collection consists of magazines and newspapers focused on New Mexico art and culture. The magazines include subjects ranging from Santa Fe style architecture, the environment, and Taos, New Mexico to the Santa Fe Indian Market and Spanish Market. In addition to this material, Marc Simmons also donated handwritten drafts for his newspaper columns.

 

Box 1421/Folder 10 First draft newspaper columns written by Marc Simmons, 2010-beginning of 2011


Box 1421/Folder 11 Newspaper clipping-From The New Mexican September 10, 2011 about the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market, two Indian Market newspaper supplements from the Santa Fe New Mexican.

Backlog
Abq Arts The Arts as Lifestyle, August 2011
Bienvenidos: 40th, 2011 Summer Guide to Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico
Canyon Road Arts: The Complete Visitors Guide to Arts, Dining and Santa Fe Lifestyle, v. 6 2011-2012
The Catalogues Santa Fe, Spring 2011
Edible Santa Fe: The Story of Local Food, from Albuquerque to Taos, Winter 2011
El Palacio [2 copies]
Enchanted Homes: Northern New Mexico’s Real Estate & Living Magazine, August/September 2010
Feliz Navidad: The Santa Fe New Mexican
Feliz Navidad: The Santa Fe New Mexican, 2011
Folk Art Market, 2011
GuestLife New Mexico and Southern Colorado: The Prestige Hotel Room Magazine, 2009/2010
          [note laid in from Marc Simmons “surplus copy given to [him] by the N.M. State Library”]
Haciendas: A Parade of Homes, August 2010
Haciendas: Home/Design/Remodel, Spring 2011
Haciendas: A Parade of Homes, August 2011
Home: Santa Fe Real Estate Guide, June 2011 [Two copies]
Home: Santa Fe Real Estate Guide, September 2011
Home: Santa Fe Real Estate Guide, October 2011
Home: Santa Fe Real Estate Guide, January 2012
Indian Market: Swaia Official Guide, 2011 [newspaper clippings laid in]
The Lensic, Performing Arts Center, 10th Anniversary, 2011
Museums & Monuments, 2010-2011 Holiday Guide
Native Treasures, 2011
New Mexico Museums & Monuments Summer Guide 2011
New Mexico Vacation Guide 2011
The Official 2010 Santa Fe Visitors Guide
The Official 2011 Santa Fe Visitors Guide
Pasatiempo: The New Mexican’s Weekly Magazine of Arts, Entertainment & Culture, February 25-March 3, 2011
Pasatiempo: 1912-2012 New Mexico Statehood Commemorative Issue, January 6, 2012
    [Article by Marc Simmons on page 81]
Santa Fe Life The 2006 Guide for Newcomers and Oldtimers
Santa Fe Monthly, September 2011
Santa Fe Reporter: Weekly News and Culture, June 15-21, 2011
Santa Fe Reporter Local News and Culture, February 1-7, 2012
Santa Fe Showcase, Summer 2010
Santa Fe Style, Winter 2011-2012
Spanish Market 60th Anniversary, 2011
Spanish Market: The Santa Fe New Mexican, 2010 [newspaper clippings laid in]
Taos: Life at a Higher Level, Visitor & Newcomer Guide, Summer/Fall 2009
Taos: Life at a Higher Level, Visitor & Newcomer Guide, Summer/Fall 2010
Taos: Life at a Higher Level, Visitor & Newcomer Guide, Winter/Spring 2011
Taos: Life at a Higher Level, Visitor & Newcomer Guide, Summer/Fall 2011
Tempo: Arts & Entertainment Magazine of the Taos News, Oct. 28-Nov. 3, 2010
Tempo: Arts & Entertainment Magazine of the Taos News, Nov. 18-24, 2010
Tempo: Arts & Entertainment Magazine of the Taos News, Oct. 6-12, 2011
THE magazine, v. 18, no. 5, November 2010
THE magazine, v. 18, no. 9, June 2011
THE magazine, v. 18, no. 10, July 2011
THE magazine, v. 18, no. 11, August 2011
Winterlife: The Santa Fe New Mexican, 2010-2011
Winterlife: The Santa Fe New Mexican, 2011-2012

Newspapers
Artes 2011 Tradiciones: The Taos News
El Semanario de Nuevo Mexico, v. 6, no. 32, August 12, 2010
El Semanario de Nuevo Mexico, v. 6 no. 37, September 16, 2010
El Semanario de Nuevo Mexico, v. 7, no. 28, July 14, 2011
Green Fire Times: News & Views From the Southwest
                   v. 1, no. 3 (July 2009)
                   v.2, no. 3-4, 10, 12 (Mar., Ap., Oct., Dec. 2010)
                   v.3, no. 1-4, 6-11 (Jan.-Ap., June-Nov. 2011)
                   v.4, no.2  (February 2012)
New Mexico Free Press, v. 1, no. 25, February 25, 2009
Rio Grande Sierran: News of the Rio Grande Chapter of the Sierra Club, October/November/December 2011


 


 

Accession 2012-072

 

Research and editorial material for Juan Domínguez de Mendoza: Soldier and Frontiersman of the Spanish Southwest, 1627-1693, edited by France V. Scholes, Marc Simmons, and José Antonio Esquibel, and translated by Eleanor B. Adams. Includes the original 1928 photostat made from the Spanish National Archive in Madrid of the Domínguez documents.

 

Box 1482 (1 of 1)
1482/1 Printout of article from the New Mexican by Marc Simmons, February 4, 2012, and photocopy of Juan Domínguez de Mendoza book cover
1482/2 Juan Domínguez de Mendoza- book abstract and editor bios
1482/3 Juan Domínguez de Mendoza- draft of book index
1482/4 Juan Domínguez de Mendoza- preface with corrections
1482/5 Juan Domínguez de Mendoza- sources, tables, notes, and part III
1482/6 Juan Domínguez de Mendoza- part II pages 118-325, plus small handwritten note
1482/7 Juan Domínguez de Mendoza- part II pages 326-477
1482/8 Original 1928 photostat made from the Spanish National Archive in Madrid of the Domínguez documents [in Spanish].


 

Accession 2013-110

(currently on loan but available to researchers at the request of Marc Simmons. This material will be officially donated to the Wittliff Collections in 2015.)

Within this collection is extensive research and historical documents primarily focused on the southwest region. It consists of a variety of materials including correspondence, research documents, memorabilia, figurines, posters, maps, and books. Just some of the many topics covered include: establishing the Santa Fe Trail Association; material related to Simmons work as a historical consultant for El Rancho de las Golondrinas and the “Josefina” American Girl book series; material related to the archeological controversy over the “Los Esteros” site at Santa Rosa; research documents related to Concha Ortiz y Pino; New Mexico statehood; Juan Dominguez de Mendoza; the Columbus Quincentenary Controversy; Lipan Apaches; Los Alamos; the Glorieta Pass Battlefield; and Albuquerque history.
 

BOX 1 (1 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Los Esteros Legal Case Box 1”

1/1 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Los Esteros” Center for Anthropological Studies Information

1/2 Los Esteros Legal Case—Correspondence from The Office of Contract Archaeology,

            University of New Mexico

1/3 Los Esteros Legal Case—Bundle from Larry Banks Obtained by Al Ward

1/4 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Los Esteros Early Phase”

1/5 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Early Phase”

1/6 Los Esteros Legal Case—Telephone Conversations 1979

1/7 Los Esteros Legal Case—Los Esteros Correspondence 1980

1/8 Los Esteros Legal Case—Los Esteros Correspondence 1981

1/9 Los Esteros Legal Case—Los Esteros Correspondence 1982

1/10 Los Esteros Legal Case—Los Esteros Correspondence 1983

1/11 Los Esteros Legal Case—Correspondence About Los Esteros Legal Report, 1983-84

1/12 Los Esteros Legal Case—Los Esteros Correspondence 1984

1/13 Los Esteros Legal Case—Los Esteros Correspondence 1985

1/14 Los Esteros Legal Case—Los Esteros Correspondence 1986

1/15 Los Esteros Legal Case—Correspondence with Colleagues 1976-1990, Concerning                Los Esteros Research

1/16 Los Esteros Legal Case—Correspondence with Colleagues 1985-1990

1/17 Los Esteros Legal Case—Newspaper Clippings

1/18 Los Esteros Legal Case—The Importance of Los Esteros on the Pecos by Henry F. Dobyns

1/19 Los Esteros Legal Case—OCA White Sands Contract

1/20 Los Esteros Legal Case—Copies of 1861 Map of the Santa Fe Trail

1/21 Los Esteros Legal Case—Handwritten Note and Excerpt from Edward Shil’s The Academic

            Ethic

1/22 Los Esteros Legal Case—Nial’s Report on Site 48

1/23 Los Esteros Legal Case—Research Materials on Los Esteros Forwarded by Albert Ward

1/24 Los Esteros Legal Case—Reading Excerpts for Simmons

1/25 Los Esteros Legal Case—Reading Material from Ward to Simmons

1/26-27 Los Esteros Legal Case—Reading Material from Ward for Site 48 File

1/28 Los Esteros Legal Case—Court Documents

1/29 Los Esteros Legal Case—Court Documents Detailing Ward’s Lawsuits

1/30 Los Esteros Legal Case—Court Documents and Legal Correspondence

1/31 Los Esteros Legal Case—News Clippings Covering Site 48 and Simmons’ Request    for

            Positive Reviews from Ward’s Colleagues

1/32 Los Esteros Legal Case—Court Documents and Legal Correspondence Asking Colleagues

            for Statements

1/33 Los Esteros Legal Case—Notes on Los Esteros Research and Case

1/34 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About News Clippings    Detailing the Controversy

1/35 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About Dee F. Green’s      Attempts to Discredit Albert Ward

1/36 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About Reviewer’s            Reports that Dispute the Conclusion of the OCA’s Final Report  

1/37 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About Statements in        Support of Mr. Ward

1/38 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About The Corp’s           Request for OCA to Revise Their Final Report

1/39 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About Nial’s Report and             Evaluations of That Report, and W. K. Summers’ Response on Behalf of Ward

1/40 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About Dr. George            Gumerman’s Finding on Site 48        

1/41 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About The Corps’ 1979-80

            Documents that Confirmed the Authenticity of Los Esteros

1/42 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About Office of Contract

            Archaeology (OCA)’s Final Report Bid

1/43 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About Scholars’ Support             for

            Ward

1/44 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About Albert Schroeder’s

            Attempts to Discredit Ward Through Correspondence to Congressman Manuel Lujan

1/45 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About the Role of the New

            Mexico Archaeological Council

1/46 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About OCA’s Final Report,

            Nial’s Report, and the KOAT-TV Exposé   

1/47 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ “Note to 60 Minutes” About Mr. Ward’s Vindication

            by Peers

1/48 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ Correspondence with 60 Minutes, December 1984

1/49 Los Esteros Legal Case—Report on Carnue (LA 12315) by Simmons, Dated April 1984

1/50 Los Esteros Legal Case—New Mexico Albuquerque Journal, Dated March 1984

 

BOX 2 (2 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Los Esteros Legal Case Box 1” Continued and “Los Esteros Legal Box 2”

2/1 Los Esteros Legal Case—Court Proceedings and Reports, Dated September 9, 1991

2/2 Los Esteros Legal Case—Court Documents: List of Expert Witnesses

2/3 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Comments on OCA’s Draft Report on Los Esteros-Site 48”

2/4 Los Esteros Legal Case—Correspondence Between Dr. Joseph Winter and the Corps of

            Engineers Concerning OCA’s Second Draft, 1985-1986

2/5 Los Esteros Legal Case—Correspondence with Attorney General and Congressman of New

            Mexico

2/6 Los Esteros Legal Case—Various Correspondence with Ward, 1984-1998

2/7 Los Esteros Legal Case—Correspondence with Ward and Banks Concerning Bank’s Draft

            Covering the Site 48 Controversy

2/8 Los Esteros Legal Case—Research Material for Site 48 File

2/9 Los Esteros Legal Case—Ward’s Correspondence with Banks, Titled “It All Started Here!”

2/10 Los Esteros Legal Case—Ward’s Correspondence with Banks Concerning Frances Levine

2/11 Los Esteros Legal Case—Ward’s Correspondence with Banks, April 2008

2/12 Los Esteros Legal Case—Correspondence with Ward Concerning Documents for Banks,

            Dated April 2008

2/13 Los Esteros Legal Case—Ward’s Correspondence with Banks, May 2008

2/14 Los Esteros Legal Case—Personal Correspondence with Al and Stephanie Ward

2/15 Los Esteros Legal Case—Various Correspondence and Notes

2/16 Los Esteros Legal Case—Correspondence Between Michael Brasher and the City of

Albuquerque, December 2000

2/17 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Summary of Select Statements Referring to Site 48 Being Faked

            by Ward and Center for Anthropological Studies”

2/18 Los Esteros Legal Case—“References. Direct and Indirect, in the OCA Final Report to the

            Sculpting/Faking of Site 48”

2/19 Los Esteros Legal Case—Additional Research Material for Site 48 File

2/20 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons’ Research on Herman Wolf

2/21 Los Esteros Legal Case—Research Material from Simmons to Ward

2/22 Los Esteros Legal Case—Center for Anthropological Studies’ Membership Newsletters,

            1983-1998

2/23 Los Esteros Legal Case—Center for Anthropological Studies’ Newsletters, Dated 1999-

2001

2/24 Los Esteros Legal Case—Capitol Improvement Program Documents

2/25 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Gunnersons”

2/26 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Fran Levine”

2/27 Los Esteros Legal Case—A Brief Overview of the Comanchero Trade by Levine

2/28 Los Esteros Legal Case—“F. Levine II”

2/29 Los Esteros Legal Case—Documents Compiled by Simmons in Ward’s Defense,                   Sent to Banks

2/30 Los Estero Legal Case—Notes and Research Compiled by Simmons in Defense of Ward

2/31 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Simmons’ Notes”

2/32 Los Esteros Legal Case—Research Material on Site 48 from Ward

2/33 Los Esteros Legal Case—Simmons “Observations on the History of East Central New

            Mexico in the Late Colonial Period, with Special Reference to Site 48”       

 

BOX 3 (3 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Los Esteros Legal Case Box 2” Continued and “Los Esteros Legal Case Box 3”

3/1 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Investigations at Sites 48 and 77…” Volume I by Levine and

            Winters, Inlaid Materials and Inscriptions by Simmons

3/2 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Investigations at Site 48 and 77…” Volume II by Levine and

            Winters, Inlaid Materials and Inscriptions by Simmons

3/3 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Archaeological Investigations at Los Esteros Reservoir,       Northeastern New Mexico” Compiled by Ward, Schelberg, and Widdison

3/4 Los Esteros Legal Case—Copy of Dobyn’s Comments on Final OCA Report

3/5 Los Esteros Legal Case—Draft of W.K. Summer’s Report, Comments by Simmons

 

3/6 Los Esteros Legal Case—Drafts of “The Ethnobotanical and Archaeological Evidence for a

            Hypothesized Exchange System at Site 48…” by Tchaikovsky [2 Copies]

3/7 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Colonial Historical Summary—Site 48” by Simmons, Dated

1984, Inlaid Material and Inscriptions          

3/8 Los Esteros Legal Case—“A Detailed Analysis of the Geological Aspects on Site 48” by W.

            K. Summers

3/9 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Ward Project for Analysis”

3/10 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Ethics-Betrayers of the Truth”

3/11 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Tapes and Transcripts”

3/12 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Early Docs. Found by Simmons”

3/13 Los Esteros Legal Case—“J. Winter Docs.”

3/14 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Charges, Witness, Questions”

3/15 Los Esteros Legal Case—Correspondence and Research Concerning Site 48

3/16 Los Esteros Legal Case—Copies of Testimonies by Workers and Correspondence with

            Colleagues that Defend Ward

3/17-18 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Review Comments on OCA Draft Report” by Ward   

3/19 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Observations on the History of East Central New             Mexico…” by

            Simmons

3/20 Los Esteros Legal Case—Copy of the Lawsuit Court Documents

3/21 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Practical and Technical Aspects of Adobe Construction” by

            Garrison and Ruffner, Inlaid Material

3/22 Los Esteros Legal Case—Research on Pecos County

3/23 Los Esteros Legal Case—Articles Sent by Ward

3/24 Los Esteros Legal Case—Notes and Correspondence on Ward’s Credibility

 

BOX 4 (4 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Los Esteros Legal Case Box 3” Continued

4/1-2 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Misc. Reports-Levine-Site 48”

4/3 Los Esteros Legal Case—Correspondence Compiled by Simmons on Site 48

4/4 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Artifacts/Ethnobotany”

4/5 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Center for Anthro. Studies”

4/6 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Esteros Plaza Book” (1 of 2)

4/7 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Esteros Plaza Book”

4/8 Los Esteros Legal Case—Drafts of Simmons’ Reports on Site 48 Defending Ward

4/9 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Preston Beck Grant”

4/10 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Land Grant”

4/11 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Maps”

4/12 Los Esteros Legal Case—The Structure of Scientific Revolution with Simmons’ Inscriptions

            and Inlaid Materials

4/13: Los Esteros Legal Case—“Articles Re Los Esteros”

4/14: Los Esteros Legal Case—“Reviews of OCA”

4/15-17 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Final Report of Investigations at Site 48 and 77”         

4/18 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Report on Carnue” by Simmons, Dated April 1984

4/19 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Colonial Historical Summary-Site 48” by Simmons, Dated 1984

4/20 Los Esteros Legal Case—“Review of the Final Report on Site 48 and 77” by Simmons,

            Dated May 1984

 

Box 5 (5 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Los Esteros Legal Case Box 3” Continued and “Misc. Albuquerque History”         

5/1 Los Esteros Legal Case—Correspondence and Notes on the Lawsuit

5/2 Los Esteros Legal Case—Articles, Maps, and Other Research (1 of 3)

5/3 Los Esteros Legal Case—Articles, Maps, and Other Research (2 of 3)

5/4 Los Esteros Legal Case—Articles, Maps, and Other Research (3 of 3)

5/5 Misc. Albuquerque History—Article About La Herencia Magazine and Memorabilia

5/6 Misc. Albuquerque History—Mirage Magazine, Fall 1992-Spring 1993, Fall 1995-Winter

            1994

5/7 Misc. Albuquerque History—Albuquerque Monthly, November 1988

5/8 Misc. Albuquerque History—“Early Albuquerque…Then and Now” 1993 Historical Photographs

5/9 Misc. Albuquerque History—“Albuq. History”

5/10 Misc. Albuquerque History—Albuquerque, “Heart of the Well Country” by Erna Ferguson

5/11 Misc. Albuquerque History—“A Guide to Bernalilo County Government”

5/12 Misc. Albuquerque History—“Gov. Cuervo, 1705 Thesis”

5/13-16 Misc. Albuquerque History—“Albuq.”

5/17 Misc. Albuquerque History—Historical Pamphlet on Albuquerque, NM

5/18 Misc. Albuquerque History—“Public Works Projects in Albuquerque, 1934-1942,    Compiled by Byron Johnson”

5/19 Misc. Albuquerque History—“Six Minute Script for: The Telephone Grows with     Albuquerque”

5/20 Misc. Albuquerque History—“Albuquerque Checklist”

5/21 Misc. Albuquerque History—“Albuquerque New Mexico Magazine (In Collection)”

5/22 Misc. Albuquerque History—“Albuquerque Biblio—Saunders”

5/23 Misc. Albuquerque History—“Representative New Mexicans, 1912”

5/24 Misc. Albuquerque History—Notes on Dreesen

5/25 Misc. Albuquerque History—Correspondence with Byron Johnson Dated December 30,

            1980, Includes Reading Excerpt

5/26 Misc. Albuquerque History—“Albuquerque Magazine: City History”

5/27 Misc. Albuquerque History—Notes and Research on Albuquerque

5/28 Misc. Albuquerque History—University of New Mexico Pamphlets

5/29 Misc. Albuquerque History—“Albuquerque, Bicentennial ’76—Albuquerque            Remembers”

5/30 Misc. Albuquerque History—Correspondence with City of Albuquerque

5/31 Misc. Albuquerque History—Membership Correspondence and Other Solicitations

5/32 Misc. Albuquerque History—University of New Mexico Alumnus Magazine

5/33 Misc. Albuquerque History—Research Articles and Maps (1 of 3)

 

BOX 6 (6 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Misc. Albuquerque History” Continued and “Santa Fe Trail Box 1”

6/1-2 Misc. Albuquerque History—Research Articles and Maps (2 of 3)

6/3 Misc. Albuquerque History—Notes and Drafts

6/4-6 Misc. Albuquerque History—Newspaper Clippings About Albuquerque

6/7 Santa Fe Trail—Santa Fe Trail Center’s “Our Story”

6/8 Santa Fe Trail—“Armstrong’s Corresp. Roswell’s NM”

6/9 Santa Fe Trail—Correspondence 1990

6/10-12 Santa Fe Trail—“Santa Fe Trail Center”

6/13 Santa Fe Trail—“Rendezvous”

6/14 Santa Fe Trail—“David Dary Art. On SFT 1980”

6/15 Santa Fe Trail—“1984 Rendezvous & Papers”

6/16 Santa Fe Trail—“Larned—Rendezvous 1988”

6/17 Santa Fe Trail—“Egan: SFT Statue”

6/18 Santa Fe Trail—“Marguerite Simpson”

6/19 Santa Fe Trail—“SFT Corresp.-1987”

 

BOX 7 (7 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Santa Fe Trail Box 1” Continued and “Santa Fe Trail Box 2”

7/1-2 Santa Fe Trail—“Franzwa Correspondence”

7/3 Santa Fe Trail—“SFT Bill: Passage”

7/4 Santa Fe Trail—“Publicity—The Bill”

7/5 Santa Fe Trail—“Fuss Over Location: Coord. Center”

7/6 Santa Fe Trail—“The Bill”

7/7 Santa Fe Trail—“Corresp. Re. The Bill”

7/8 Santa Fe Trail—“Wagon Tracks, No. 1 & 2, Etc.”

7/9 Santa Fe Trail—“NPS Business/Advisory Council”

7/10 Santa Fe Trail—“NPS—Logo”

7/11 Santa Fe Trail—“SFT Addresses: Congressman Newspapers, etc.”

7/12 Santa Fe Trail—“NPS Memo of Understanding with SFT States”

7/13 Santa Fe Trail—Documentary on the Santa Fe Trail

7/14-15 Santa Fe Trail—“D. Sandoval”

7/16-17 Santa Fe Trail—“Correspondence—Misc.”

7/18 Santa Fe Trail—“OCTA” (1 of 3)

 

BOX 8 (8 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Santa Fe Trail Box 2” Continued

8/1-2 Santa Fe Trail—“OCTA

8/3 Santa Fe Trail—“Patrice Press”

8/4 Santa Fe Trail—Correspondence and Advertisements with Publishers

8/5 Santa Fe Trail—“Brochure”

8/6 Santa Fe Trail—“Trail in N. Mex.”

8/7 Santa Fe Trail—“SFT: Poems”

8/8 Santa Fe Trail—“Art of Trail”

8/9 Santa Fe Trail—Draft of “The Santa Fe Trail” and Correspondence with Production    Staff

8/10 Santa Fe Trail—“SFT Bibliography”

8/11-12 Santa Fe Trail—“Susie Research Notes”

8/13 Santa Fe Trail—“Trail Articles—General”

8/14 Santa Fe Trail—Newspaper Clippings on Santa Fe Trail

8/15 Santa Fe Trail—Correspondence with City of Santa Fe

8/16 Santa Fe Trail—“Hillsboro Development Corporation”

8/17 Santa Fe Trail—Correspondence with Pam Najdowski from Pinnon Elementary School,

            Dated April 1998

8/18 Santa Fe Trail—Kansas State Historical Society Articles

8/19 Santa Fe Trail—Correspondence with Denny McFarland, Dated 1988

8/20 Santa Fe Trail—“51 Manuscript—A Santa Fe Trail Novel”

8/21 Santa Fe Trail—Correspondence with Sunset Magazine

8/22 Santa Fe Trail—“S. Fe T. Bill”

 

BOX 9 (9 of 61)

Inside Santa Fe and Taos Plus Inserts of American Indian News—Some Simmons   Articles”

Inside Santa Fe and Taos August 1989-Winter 1997 Issues

 

BOX 10 (10 of 61)

LA HERENCIA Magazine 1994-2009”

La Herencia 1994-2009 Issues

 

BOX 11 (11 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Santa Fe Trail Box 2” Continued and “Santa Fe Trail & SFT Ass’n” and “Santa Fe Trail

            Ass’n Unsorted Papers”

11/1 Santa Fe Trail—“For Marc Simmons…” A Gift from Catherine Stewart-Roache

11/2 Santa Fe Trail—“Bookstores on SFT”

11/3 Santa Fe Trail—The Santa Fe Trail Calendar 1990-1993 with Inlaid Material

11/4 Santa Fe Trail—Spirit, Summer 1989 [2 Copies] with Inlaid Material

11/5 Santa Fe Trail—Correspondence with Ralph Hathaway, Dated 1989

11/6-7 Santa Fe Trail—Research on Santa Fe Trail

11/8 Santa Fe Trail—Correspondence about Santa Fe Trail

11/9 Santa Fe Trail—News Articles about Santa Fe Trail

11/10 Santa Fe Trail—New Mexico Magazine 1972, July 1982, and June 1986

11/11 Santa Fe Trail—American History Illustrated October 1980 Issues [2 Copies]

11/12 Santa Fe Trail—Texas Parks & Wildlife April 1996 Issue

11/13 Santa Fe Trail—Gateway Heritage Winter 1984-85 Issue

11/14 Santa Fe Trail—Historic Preservation March/April 1980 Issue

11/15 Santa Fe Trail—Wild West August 1996 Issue

11/16 Santa Fe Trail & SFT Ass’n—Santa Fe Trail Symposium Event Documents and      Brochures

11/17 Santa Fe Trail & SFT Ass’n—“Santa Fe Trail Association (Business Papers) 1980s &

            1990s”

11/18 Santa Fe Trail & SFT Ass’n—Santa Fe Trail Association Business   Correspondence

11/19 Santa Fe Trail & SFT Ass’n—“Current Board Bus./Minutes (Snell)”

11/20 Santa Fe Trail & SFT Ass’n—Santa Fe Trail Association Business Papers from      

United States Department of the Interior

11/21 Santa Fe Trail & SFT Ass’n—“Leo Oliva”

11/22 Santa Fe Trail & SFT Ass’n—“Bill Pitts”

11/23 Santa Fe Trail & SFT Ass’n—“Morris Taylor—Corresp.”

11/24 Santa Fe Trail & SFT Ass’n—“Joy Poole Corresp.”

11/25 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—“SFTA—Chapters”

11/26-27 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 1990-2001   Membership Rosters

 

BOX 12 (12 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers” Continued

12/1 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association

12/2 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association Meeting Minutes        

12/3 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 2000 Mid-Year Meeting

            Documents

12/4 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 1999 Documents

12/5 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 1998 Documents

12/6 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 2001 Documents

12/7 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 2001-2002          Documents

12/8 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 2001-2002          Financial Statements

12/9 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 2003 Documents

12/10 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 2004 Documents

12/11 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 2005 Documents

12/12 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 2005 Papers

12/13 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 2006 Documents

12/14 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 2008 Documents

12/15 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Santa Fe Trail Association 2007-2008        Documents

12/16 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Correspondence with National Frontier Trails

            Center

12/17-19 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Correspondence with Leo and Bonita Oliva

12/20 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Business Correspondence (1 of 2)

12/21 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Business Correspondence (2 of 2)

12/22 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Board Meeting Documents, 2003-2007

12/23-25 Santa Fe Trail Ass’n Unsorted Papers—Unsorted Papers, 1993-

 

BOX 13 (13 of 61)

Box/Folder

“SFT Memorabilia”            

13/1 SFT Memorabilia—“Buckles Up New Mexico” T-Shirt

13/2 SFT Memorabilia—“Santa Fe Trail, Clayton, New Mexico” T-Shirt

13/3 SFT Memorabilia—“The Santa Fe Trail Road of Commerce and Conquest, 1821-1880”

T-Shirt

13/4 SFT Memorabilia—“Santa Fe Trail National Historic Trail” T-Shirt

13/5 SFT Memorabilia—“Santa Fe Trail Association Symposium” T-Shirt

13/6 SFT Memorabilia—“Santa Fe Trail Council” T-Shirt

13/7 SFT Memorabilia—“On the Mountain Branch Santa Fe Trail Symposium” T-Shirt

13/8 SFT Memorabilia—“Uncle Dick Wootten” T-Shirt

13/9 SFT Memorabilia—“Wildlife Conservation Stamp” T-Shirt

13/10 SFT Memorabilia—“1999 Santa Fe Trail Association Symposium” Canvas Bag with

            Button

13/11 SFT Memorabilia—Santa Fe 175th Anniversary Canvas Bag

13/12 SFT Memorabilia—“Santa Fe Trail Center Fort Larned Historical Society” Napkins

13/13 SFT Memorabilia—SFT Patches

13/14 SFT Memorabilia—Confederate Currency Reproductions

13/15 SFT Memorabilia—Map of the Santa Fe Trail

13/16 SFT Memorabilia—“Artifacts from Barclay’s Fort”

13/17 SFT Memorabilia—Materials Related to “1821 to 1996 Santa Fe Trail” Belt Buckle

13/18 SFT Memorabilia—“Cimarron County Historical Society” Red Bandana

13/19 SFT Memorabilia—Santa Fe Trail License

13/20 SFT Memorabilia—Maps and Illustrations of Santa Fe Trail

13/21 SFT Memorabilia—Hand-Forged Nail from 1864

13/22 SFT Memorabilia—Correspondence about Memorabilia

13/23 SFT Memorabilia—Ghosts of New Mexico, Volume I VHS

13/24 SFT Memorabilia—El Rancho de Las Golodrinas VHS

 

BOX 14 (14 of 61)

“SFT Memorabilia” Cont’d

2007 Santa Fe Trail Symposium Mug

Fort Larned Old Guard Mug

Kansas Centennial Dish

Wooden Couples and Horses [2 Copies]

Santa Fe Trail Wagons [2 Copies]

Santa Fe Trail Center Museum-Library Ash Trays [2 Copies]

“Grow Your Own Post Office Oak” Seed

“Kansas” Copper Wagon

Plastic Brown Wagon

Santa Fe Trail Spring Water Bottle

“Antique Dirt” Container

“1989 Buffalo Scrotum, Courtesy of Sam Arnold “The Fort” Denver”

Wooden Cross

Boise City Pencil

Iron Nail

Box A: Santa Fe Trail Daze Oklahoma and “1821 to 1996 Santa Fe Trail” Belt Buckles

            [Related Material in BOX 13]

Box B: Commemorative Coins             

Box C: Wooden Nickels

Box D: Commemorative Buttons 

 

BOX 15 (15 of 61)

Box/Folder

“SFT Memorabilia” Cont’d and “Bentrup: Paul Bentrup-Farmer (Correspondence) He Has Trail Ruts on His Property and Was an Avid Student of Trail History”

15/1-2 SFT Memorabilia—“Santa Fe Trail Postcards”

15/3-4 SFT Memorabilia—“SFT Brochures”

15/5-7 SFT Memorabilia—“SFT 175th

15/8-9 SFT Memorabilia—“SFT Illustrations”

15/10 SFT Memorabilia—“Glorieta Books”

15/11 SFT Memorabilia—SFT Pamphlets

15/12-14 Bentrup—“Bentrup” Correspondence

 

BOX 16 (16 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Bentrup…” Cont’d

16/1 Bentrup—Unsorted Correspondence

16/2 Bentrup—Correspondence to Simmons in New Mexico

16/3 Bentrup—Correspondence to Simmons with Articles

16/4 Bentrup—Correspondence to Simmons about SFT

16/5 Bentrup—Correspondence to Simmons, 1985-93

16/6-9 Bentrup—Correspondence to Simmons, Unsorted

16/10 Bentrup—Unsorted Correspondence, 1985-1990

 

BOX 17 (17 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Bentrup…” Cont’d and “Oregon Trail: ‘News From the Plains’ Oregon-Calif. Trail Ass’n Periodical”

17/1 Bentrup—Unsorted Correspondence about SFT

17/2 Bentrup—Unsorted Correspondence and SFT Research

17/3 Bentrup—Unsorted Correspondence on Cimmarron Trails

17/4 Bentrup—Research and Maps on SFT

17/5 Bentrup—Maps from Simmons

17/6-8 Oregon Trail—“Unsorted Materials, Oregon Trail & Other Western Trails”

17/9 Oregon Trail—“Bozeman Trail”

17/10 Oregon Trail—“Oregon & Chisholm Trails”

17/11 Oregon Trail—Pathways Across America Spring 2009-Winter 2013

17/12 Oregon Trail—News from the Plains, May 1987-December 1990

17/13 Oregon Trail—News from the Plains, March 1991-April 2004

17/14 Oregon Trail—News from the Plains, July 1995-April 1996

17/15 Oregon Trail—News from the Plains, October 1997-July 2000

17/16 Oregon Trail—News from the Plains, July 2001-January 2004

17/17 Oregon Trail—News from the Plains, Spring 2005-Winter 2009

17/18 Oregon Trail—Overland Journal, Summer 2001

 

BOX 18 (18 of 61)

Box/Folder

“El Rancho de las Golodrinas (Only Hispanic Living Museum—150 acres—in U.S.)            Setting of the Popular “Josefina” Books”

18/1 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina’s Theater Kit [Unopened]

18/2 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina’s Paper Dolls [Unopened]

18/3 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina’s Cook Book

18/4 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina’s Craft Book

18/5 Rancho Golodrinas—Welcome to Josefina’s World

18/6 Rancho Golodrinas—Meet Josefina: An American Girl [2 Copies]

18/7 Rancho Golodrinas—Happy Birthday, Josefina!

18/8 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina Saves the Day

18/9 Rancho Golodrinas—Changes for Josefina

18/10 Rancho Golodrinas—Una Sorpresa Para Josefina

18/11 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina Aprende Una Lección

18/12 Rancho Golodrinas—Feliz Cumpleaños, Josefina!

18/13 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina Entra En Acción

18/14 Rancho Golodrinas—Cambios Para Josefina

18/15-16 Rancho Golodrinas—“Who’s Josefina?”

18/17 Rancho Golodrinas—“JB6” Draft Dated April 1998

18/18 Rancho Golodrinas—“JCB” Draft Corrections

18/19 Rancho Golodrinas—“Changes for Josefina Mss. and Looking Back” Correspondence

18/20 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina Illustrations

18/21 Rancho Golodrinas—“JB6” Page Layout Dated May 1998

18/22 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina Illustrations Corrections

18/23 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina Book 5 Correspondence

18/24 Rancho Golodrinas—“JB5” Draft Dated December 1997

18/25 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina’s Craft Book Page Layout

18/26 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina’s Cook Book Page Layout

18/27 Rancho Golodrinas—“JB4 Draft Dated October 1997

18/28-29 Rancho Golodrinas—“Pleasant Company American Girl Catalogues

 

BOX 19 (19 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Rancho Golodrinas…” Cont’d and “Periodicals: Draft Horse, Magdalena                Mountain Mail, and Century”

19/1 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina Book 5 Illustrations

19/2 Rancho Golodrinas—“Josefina Saves the Day Mss. And Looking Back”

19/3 Rancho Golodrinas—Meet Josefina Draft Dated September 1996

19/4 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina Learns Draft Dated October 1996

19/5 Rancho Golodrinas—“Board Meeting/Josefina’s Surprise Manuscript”

19/6 Rancho Golodrinas—“Bibliography for Development of Josefina”

19/7 Rancho Golodrinas—“Pleasant Company Corporate Library Josefina Bibliography”

19/8 Rancho Golodrinas—Research on Rancho Golodrinas

19/9 Rancho Golodrinas—“Learns a Lesson Manuscript”

19/10:Rancho Golodrinas—“Character Description, Plot Outlines for Book 1, and Model             for

            Josefina”

19/11 Rancho Golodrinas—Meet Josefina Draft Dated April 1996

19/12 Rancho Golodrinas—Meet Josefina Draft Dated August 1996

19/13 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina’s Surprise Draft Dated May 1997

19/14 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina’s Cook Book Draft Dated July 1997

19/15 Rancho Golodrinas—“Upcoming Board Meeting” Correspondence

19/16 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina Illustrations Dated September 1997

19/17 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina’s Surprise Illustrations

19/18 Rancho Golodrinas—“Plot Outline for Book 2 and Thumbnail Sketches for Books 3-6”

            Correspondence

19/19 Rancho Golodrinas—Plot and Setting for Description

19/20 Rancho Golodrinas—1996 Board Meeting Documents

19/21 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina Learns a Lesson Illustrations

19/22 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina Illustrations Dated October 1996

19/23 Rancho Golodrinas—Simmons’ Comments on Josefina’s Cook Book

19/24 Rancho Golodrinas—Simmons’ Comments on Josefina’s Craft Book

19/25 Rancho Golodrinas—Josefina Illustrations

19/26 Rancho Golodrinas—Meet Josefina Correspondence

19/27 Rancho Golodrinas—Simmons’ Comments on Josefina Learns a Lesson

19/28 Rancho Golodrinas—Unsorted Josefina Correspondence with Pleasant Company

19/29 Periodicals—Magdalena Mountain Mail, Volume 2-4

19/30 Periodicals—Magdalena Mountain Mail, Volume 5-6

19/31 Periodicals—Magdalena Mountain Mail, Volume 7-8

19/32 Periodicals—Magdalena Mountain Mail, Volume 9-10

19/33 Periodicals—Magdalena Mountain Mail, Volume 11-12

19/34 Periodicals—Magdalena Mountain Mail, Volume 13

 

BOX 20 (20 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Periodicals…” Cont’d and “Juan de Oñate”

20/1-2 Periodicals—The Draft Horse Journal, November 1969-Summer 1973

20/3 Periodicals—Century, October-December 1980

20/4-5 Periodicals—Century, January-December 1981

20/6-7 Periodicals—Century, January-December 1982

20/8-9: Periodicals—Century, January-November 1983

20/10-11 Juan de Oñate—“Oñate Notes”

20/12 Juan de Oñate—“Oñate Promotion and Ads”

20/13 Juan de Oñate—“Oñate: Final Corrections”

20/14-15 Juan de Oñate—Corrected Draft

 

BOX 21 (21 of 61)

Box/Folder  

“Juan de Oñate” Cont’d and “Mary Lou Cook”

21/1 Juan de Oñate—“Encinas, Rodriguez, Sanchez, Translation of Villagra—1991”

21/2 Juan de Oñate—“Oñate Book Contract”

21/3 Juan de Oñate—“Oñate Reviews and Notices”

21/4 Juan de Oñate—“Controversy Over Oñate”

21/5 Juan de Oñate—“Oñate Center (Española)”

21/6 Juan de Oñate—“ ‘In the Footsteps of Oñate’ NM Magazine July 1992”

21/7 Juan de Oñate—“Carlos Tellez”

21/8 Juan de Oñate—“Book Prizes”

21/9 Juan de Oñate—“Sarah Nestor Correspondence”

21/10 Juan de Oñate—“Jose Cisneros”

21/11 Juan de Oñate—“Jose Illustrs.”

21/12 Juan de Oñate—“Book Production Correspondence”

21/13 Juan de Oñate—Oklahoma Western Biographies Correspondence

21/14 Juan de Oñate—“Misc. Correspondence Re Published Book”

21/15 Juan de Oñate—“Style Sample from the Okla. Press Biography Series”

21/16 Juan de Oñate—Corrected Draft

21/17 Juan de Oñate—Research on Oñate

21/18 Juan de Oñate—New Mexico Research

21/19 Juan de Oñate—Historical Documents on New Mexico

21/20 Juan de Oñate—“San Gabriel/San Juan Project”

21/21 Juan de Oñate—“Oñate Founds Santa Fe”

21/22 Juan de Oñate—“Oñate Statue”

21/23 Juan de Oñate—“El Paso 1st Thanksgiving”

21/24-26 Juan de Oñate—“Additional Research

21/27 Mary Lou Cook—Pastecraft by Mary Lou Cook

21/28 Mary Lou Cook—“Mary Lou Cook”

 

 

 

BOX 22 (22 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Mary Lou Cook” Cont’d and “Zollinger Manuscript” and “France Scholes—         Personal Papers and Letters, Box 1”

22/1 Mary Lou Cook—Mary Lou Cook’s Later Crafts

22/2 Zollinger Manuscript—Meridian by Norman Zollinger

22/3 Zollinger Manuscript—“Norm Zollinger”

22/4-7 Zollinger Manuscript—Meridian Manuscript

22/8 Scholes Papers—“Some Aspects of the Jumano Problem” by Scholes

22/9-10 Scholes Papers—“Frances V. Scholes, Vol. I”

22/11-12 Scholes Papers—“Frances V. Scholes, Vol. II”

22/13 Scholes Papers—The Americas with Annotations by Simmons

22/14 Scholes Papers—Historical Handouts Collected by Simmons

22/15 Scholes Papers—“Class Notes” from Scholes’ Colonial Southwest Class

  

BOX 23 (23 of 61)

Box/Folder

“France Scholes…Box 1” Cont’d and “France Scholes—Personal Papers and                                  Letters, Box 2” and “Overland Journal Oregon Trail”

23/1 Scholes Papers—The Maya Chontal Indians of Acalan-Tixchel by Scholes

23/2 Scholes Papers—“AAI. Guadalajara. Leg. 138”

23/3 Scholes Papers—“AAM. Tierra 3283”

23/4 Scholes Papers—Untitled Manuscript

23/5 Scholes Papers—“Scholes Typescript, Corrected Martinez de Montoya”

23/6 Scholes Papers—“CAN…316”

23/7 Scholes Papers—“Municipal Archive of Parral, Mexico…Gov. Roscoe Doc”

23/8 Scholes Papers—“ACN. RCSP. 19”

23/9 Scholes Papers—“ACN. RCSP. 251”

23/10 Scholes Papers—“CAN. RCDP—22”

23/11 Scholes Papers—Unsorted Research

23/12-13 Scholes Papers—“J. D. M.”

23/14 Scholes Papers—Scholes’ Research

23/15 Overland Journal—Simmons’ Note on Overland Journal

23/16 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volumes 1-2

23/17 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volume 3

23/18 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volumes 4-6

23/19 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volumes 7-8

 

BOX 24 (24 of 61)

Box/Folder

Overland Journal Oregon Trail”

24/1 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volumes 9-10

24/2 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volumes 11-12

24/3 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volumes 13-15

24/4 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volumes 16-17

24/5 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volumes 18-19

24/6 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volumes 20-21

24/7 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volumes 22-23

24/8 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volumes 24-25

24/9 Overland Journal—Overland Journal Volume 26

24/10 Overland Journal—Desert Tracks January 2003-June 2008

24/11 Overland Journal—OCTA Convention Newsletters, 1994-2007

24/12 Overland Journal—OCTA Membership Posters, 1989-2003

24/13 Overland Journal—OCTA Catalogs 1998-2008

24/14 Overland Journal—Brochures

 

BOX 25 (25 of 61)

Box/Folder

47th Star Manuscript—N. Mex. Statehood by David Holtby” and “New Mexico, A History (Manuscript) by Sanchez, Spude and Gomez (2013)” and “Massacre on the Lordsburg Road (Working File; Sources)”

25/1 47th Star Manuscript—Simmons’ Endorsement

25/2 47th Star Manuscript—David Holtby Correspondence

25/3-4 47th Star Manuscript—Uncorrected Proof Dated January 2012

25/5 New Mexico, A History Manuscript—Manuscript and Endorsement

25/6 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“H. C. McComas Probate Records—Grant Co. Courthouse,

            Silver City”

25/7 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Arizona Daily Star”

25/8 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“AZ Wkly Cit”

25/9 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“SW Sentinel”

25/10 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Santa Fe Daily New Mexican 1883”

25/11 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“AZ Star”

25/12 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“St. Louis Papers”

25/13 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“New York Times”

25/14 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Grant County Herald & New Southwest”

25/15 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Bk Notes”

25/16 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Albq Demo”

25/17 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“LV Daily Gaz
25/18 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Shirley Hurd Ft. Scott Photos”

25/19 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Jim McBride Notes on McComas”

25/20 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Fort Bowie, Arizona”

25/21 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“C. E. Neagle, History of Silver City (U.N.M. Thesis,

            1943)”

25/22 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“John and William Boyle”

25/23 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“West Virginia

25/24 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“McCombs Personal Military Recs. (National Archives)”

25/25 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“David McComas”

25/26 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Genealogy & Census Data (Courtesy of the Cottoms)”   

25/27 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“McComas AZ Hist. Soc. Colonel Forsyth. Thrilling

            Days”

25/28 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“McComas at NMSRCA Santa Fe”

25/29 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“FT. Bayard NM Pursuit of Chato”

25/30 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Interviews—Houser”

25/31 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Anton Mazzanovich”

25/32 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Bourke Diary 3, Vol.69”

25/33 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Bourke Diary 2. Vol. 68”

25/34 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Bourke Diary 1. Vol. 67”

25/35 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Kansas Hist. Soc.”

25/36 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Bronco Apaches in Sierra Madre (Charley             McComas

            Survives)”

25/37 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Henrietta Stockel”

25/38 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“McComas Massacre Silver City Museum File”

25/39 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“McComas Trial LA Times”

25/40 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Lynda Sanchez—Author, Lincoln, NM”

25/41 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“McComas Family Papers”

25/42 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Julius Caesar Brock”

25/43 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Eugene F. Ware (Ironquill)”

25/44 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Jason Betzinez”

25/45 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Wm McComas”

25/46 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Illinois”

 

BOX 26 (26 of 61)

Box/Folder

Massacre on the Lordsburg Road (Working File; Sources)” Continued and “Columbus Quincentenary Controversy 1992”

26/1 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Silver City Enterprise and Sentinel”

26/2 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“Fort Scott, KS”

26/3 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“McComas Massacre Silver City Public Library File—

            ChiTrib”         

26/4 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—Chicago Historical Society Documents

26/5 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—“McComas Massacres General”

26/6 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—Unsorted Research and Notes

26/7 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—Unsorted Correspondence

26/8 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—Texas A&M University Press, 1997 Issue

26/9 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—Drafts of Simmons’ Massacre on Lordsburg Road

26/10 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—Bibliography

26/11 Massacre on Lordsburg Road—Annotated Bibliography

26/12 Columbus—“In Footsteps of Columbus Lecture: Oct. 7, 1992”

26/13 Columbus—“Notes Concerning Columbus & Non-Columbus Material”

26/14 Columbus—National Geographic November 1986 Issue

26/15 Columbus—Encounters Magazine, Issues 4-10

26/16-17 Columbus—Various Magazines Featuring Articles About Columbus

26/18 Columbus—“Columbus—Discovery Reporter/Letters”

26/19 Columbus—“Rediscovery of Am. Revisionists”

26/20 Columbus—“Quincentennial/Celebrations”

26/21 Columbus—“Quincentennial/Smithsonian”

26/22 Columbus—“Quincentennial/Failure”

26/23 Columbus—“P.C./Education”

26/24 Columbus—“Discovery/Voyage”

26/25 Columbus—“John Noble Wilford”

26/26 Columbus—“Media: Cooks/Films/TV/Theater”

 

BOX 27 (27 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Columbus Quincentenary Controversy 1992” Continued and “Joan Myers Photography”

27/1 Columbus—“1992 Alliance”

27/2 Columbus—“Protest/Denver”

27/3 Columbus—“Protest/Indian”

27/4 Columbus—“Protest”

27/5 Columbus—“Indians Before 1492”

27/6 Columbus—“New World Food (See Also: Legacy)”

27/7 Columbus—“Art/Artists”

27/8 Columbus—“Commercialization”

27/9 Columbus—“Spain/Observances”

27/10 Columbus—“Spain/Archives”

27/11 Columbus—“Cristobal Colon”

27/12 Columbus—”Jews”

27/13 Columbus—“TiCo Times Articles”

27/14 Columbus—“Legacy”

27/15 Columbus—National Geographic, October 1991, and January 1992 Issues

27/16 Columbus—Columbus on Trial

27/17 Columbus—Unsorted Notes and Research

27/18 Joan Myers Photography—Along the Santa Fe Trail by Simmons and Myers

27/19-21 Joan Myers Photography—“Joan Myers”

27/22-23 Joan Myers Photography—“Joan Myers Along the S. Fe Trail

27/24 Joan Myers Photography—Drafts of Along the Santa Fe Trail

27/25-26 Joan Myers Photography—Unsorted Research

 

BOX 28 (28 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Indian Trader + Spirit Magazine + William Goff Papers” and “New Western History/Multiculturalism”

28/1 William Goff Papers—“Wm. Goff (of Kansas City) Editor of Westport Hist. Quarterly,

            Friend of Marc Simmons in the Field of History”

28/2-4 William Goff Papers—“Wm. Goff” Correspondence

28/5-6 Spirit Magazine—“Spirit Contains Simmons Articles & Correspondence”

28/7 New Western History—“Multiculturalism—Diversity SCAM

28/8-9 New Western History—“New Western History”

28/10 New Western History—Notes on “Who Is Responsible?” Parade Article

28/11 New Western History—Various Correspondence about Multiculturalism

28/12 New Western History—Book Reviews about Multiculturalism

28/13 New Western History—Book Catalogs about Multiculturalism & New History

28/14 New Western History—Newsletters from Publishers and Universities

 

BOX 29 (29 of 61)

Box/Folder

“New Western History/Multiculturalism” Continued and “Judge Torres and Lipan                        Apache Files”

29/1-2 New Western History—Research and Notes on Multiculturalism

29/3 New Western History—Newspaper Articles on New Western History

29/4 New Western History—Various Journals and Magazines

29/5 Judge Torres Files—“Judge J. Frank Torres—Papers”

29/6 Judge Torres Files—“J.F. Torres Book”

29/7 Judge Torres Files—Research and Articles on Torres

29/8 Judge Torres Files—I Am a Link Manuscript

29/9 Judge Torres Files—J. Frank Torres Manuscript with Corrections

29/10 Judge Torres Files—J. Frank Torres Hardback Copy

29/11-12 Lipan Apache Files—“Lipan Apaches Material: Simmons’ Notebooks and Printed        Articles

29/13-14 Lipan Apache Files—“Lipan Apache Material: Documents”

 

BOX 30 (30 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Judge Torres and Lipan Apache Files” Continued and “Glorieta Battlefield and    Pigeon’s Ranch Archive”

30/1-3 Lipan Apache Files—“Lipan Apaches: Papers & Morris Opler Book”

30/4 Lipan Apache Files—Simmons’ Research Notes

30/5 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Greer Garson Ranch Sale”

30/6 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Jim Busbee”

30/7 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Confederate Reburial, Santa Fe 1993”

30/8 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Whitford, Colorado Vols. Rio Grande Press

            Edition 1991”

30/9 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Dedication of Colo. Monument, Glorieta

            Battlefield 1993”

30/10 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Don Alberts”

30/11 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Correspondence: Don and Rosemary      Alberts, of the Glorieta Battlefield Preservation Soc., Inc”

30/12 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“The Conservation Fund”

30/13 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Grave Controversy II”

30/14-15 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—Soldier’s Reburial in Texas

30/16-17 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Legislation”

30/18 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“#5 Abstracts”

30/19 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“#7 Seismic Study”

30/20 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“National Archives—Pigeon’s Ranch       Documents ‘Claims’”

BOX 31 (31 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch Archive” and “Glorieta Battlefield Box 2”

31/1 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Reenactment II”

31/2 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“#8 Jones Corresp”

31/3 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Glorieta Battlefield Pres. Soc.”

31/4 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“John Wilson/Feasibility Study”

31/5 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Reent”

31/6 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“#1 Historical”

31/7 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“#6 Preservation Reenactment”

31/8 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“#3 McCoy/Mahan”

31/9 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“#10 Reenactment, I”

31/10 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—Pigeon’s Ranch Photographs

31/11-12 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Glorieta Battlefield Papers & Reports”

31/13 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Archaeological Investigations at Pigeon’s

            Ranch, New Mexico”

31/14 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Land Protection Plan, Pecos National

Historical Park”         

31/15 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Glorieta Battlefield Briefing Data”

31/16 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—Public Law 101-536

31/17 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“Report on the Pigeon Ranch, Glorieta, New

            Mexico”

31/18 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—Unsorted Articles and Notes

31/19 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—Correspondence with Sean Reines

31/20-21 Glorieta Battlefield and Pigeon’s Ranch—“S. Reines, Preservation, & Interpretation of

            Glorieta Battlefield”

 

BOX 32 (32 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Glorieta Battlefield Box 2” Continued

32/1 Glorieta Battlefield—Safety Releases for Glorieta Battlefield

32/2 Glorieta Battlefield—“Adobe Building”

32/3 Glorieta Battlefield—“Pigeon’s Ranch”

32/4 Glorieta Battlefield—“Mortgage Clause”

32/5 Glorieta Battlefield—Updates on Pigeon’s Ranch

32/6 Glorieta Battlefield—Commission Contracts

32/7 Glorieta Battlefield—Conservation Plans by State Planning Division

32/8 Glorieta Battlefield—Correspondence with Contractors to Restore Pigeon’s Ranch    Roof

32/9-10 Glorieta Battlefield—Unsorted Pigeon Ranch Restoration Documents

32/11 Glorieta Battlefield—Certificate of Dissolution

32/12 Glorieta Battlefield—“Land Protection Plan, February 1993”

32/13 Glorieta Battlefield—“Contributions”

32/14 Glorieta Battlefield—Environmental Assessment

32/15 Glorieta Battlefield—Pigeon Ranch Final Report

32/16 Glorieta Battlefield—Maps by Burt Schmitz for Glorieta Reconstruction

32/17 Glorieta Battlefield—“Glorieta Maps”

32/18 Glorieta Battlefield—Map and Picture of “The Battle of Glorieta Pass” [25 Copies]

32/19 Glorieta Battlefield—Rosemary Alberts Correspondence

32/20-21 Glorieta Battlefield—Unsorted Articles and Research

32/22 Glorieta Battlefield—“Order of the Southern Cross”

 

BOX 33 (33 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Los Alamos: Unsorted Vertical File of Newspaper Clippings, Correspondence,       Pamphlets, Articles, etc” and “Concho Ortiz y Pino and Family”

33/1-2 Los Alamos—“New Mexico in World War II”

33/3 Los Alamos—“Battle for Bataan!” CD

33/4-5 Los Alamos—“Los Alamos”

33/6 Los Alamos—Robert Oppenheimer by Robert Bacher

33/7 Los Alamos—The Manhattan Project: A Secret Wartime Mission

33/8 Los Alamos—Los Alamos Visitor Guide

33/9 Los Alamos—Articles on Los Alamos Preservation

33/10 Los Alamos—An Inclusive Meeting of the Theoretical Megaton Group by Harris L. Mayer

33/11 Los Alamos—Assorted Articles on New Mexico on WWII

33/12 Los Alamos—Assorted Newspaper Articles

33/13-14 Concha Ortiz y Pino—“Concha Ortiz y Pino Awards Ceremony 1996”

33/15 Concha Ortiz y Pino—“Draft Manuscript of Concha!”

33/16 Concha Ortiz y Pino—“Frank V. Ortiz”

33/17 Concha Ortiz y Pino—Assorted Concha Ortiz y Pino Articles

33/18 Concha Ortiz y Pino—Letter with Weaver’s Shuttle Artifact Signed by Jose Ortiz y Pino

33/19 Concha Ortiz y Pino—Ortiz y Pino’s Weaver Shuttle

33/20 Concha Ortiz y Pino—Hispanic Culture Foundation Medal for “Concha Ortiz y Pino de

            Kleven Honoree”

33/21 Concha Ortiz y Pino—“Blow Tickler & Whistler from Concha’s 95th Birthday Party at El

            Castillo, Santa Fe, May 2005”

 

BOX 34 (34 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Concha Ortiz y Pino and Family” Continued and “Juan Dominguez de Mendoza”

34/1 Concha Ortiz y Pino—“Concha Ortiz y Pinot Tape Interviews”

“Little Bit”

“Concha: Interview by Lucinda Sancho Real 6/17/87”

34/2 Concha Ortiz y Pino—“Concha Ortiz y Pino Tape Interviews”

“Frenda, Side 2”

“Saetas Vol. 1”

34/3 Concha Ortiz y Pino—“Concha Ortiz y Pino Tape Interviews”

“Untitled”

“Concha- Interview by Lucinda Sacha Real 7/1/87”

34/4 Concha Ortiz y Pino—“Concha Ortiz y Pino Tape Interviews”

“Saetas Vol. 1”

“Concha Ortiz y Pino de Kleven, August 19, 1986”

34/5 Concha Ortiz y Pino—“Concha Ortiz y Pino Tape Interviews”

“Misa de la Blanca Paloma Los Donana”

“Ave Maria- Cordero de Dios- Czzutemos Con Alegria- Togue del Alba-                                       Dios Te Salva Maria”

34/6 Concha Ortiz y Pino—“Concha Ortiz y Pino Tape Interviews”

“Interview Concha Ortiz y Pino de Kleven with Thomas Jaehn (UNM                                           Special Collection) 10 April 1986”

“Maes Ashbhy”

34/7 Concha Ortiz y Pino—“Concha Ortiz y Pino Tape Interviews”

“Interview Concha Kleven 7/7/86”

“Breud”

34/8 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“Catalogue of the Scholes—Adams Documents”

34/9 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—Table of Contents for Scholes—Adams Documents

34/10 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—Manuscript of Scholes—Adams Documents on      Mendoza (1 of 4)

 

BOX 35 (35 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Juan Dominquez de Mendoza” Continued

35/1-3 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—Manuscript of Scholes—Adams Documents on     Mendoza (continued)

35/4 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“Foreword”

35/5 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“1st Draft: Portion of Intro”

35/6 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“Genealogy & Castro de Ludwig Mss.”

35/7 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“Jose A. Esquivel Corresp. Etc.”

35/8 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“Sholes Notes”

35/9 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“Tome—Dominguez, El Viejo (Father)”

35/10 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“Misc. Items, Incl. Pencil Notes by M. Simmons”

35/11-12 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“Editorial Working Notes”

35/13 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“JDM Prefaces & Intro”

35/14 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“Jumano Exped. To Texas”

35/15 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“Map & Charts (Texas)”

35/16 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“El Paso Area Before 1680”

35/17 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“JDM Expedition to Texas—1683-1684”

35/18-20 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“JDM Documents—Eleanor Adams Translations”

 

BOX 36 (36 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Juan Dominguez de Mendoza” Continued and “Juan de Onate (Additional Materials); Phyllis S. Morgan’s SFT Book Mss.; Franzwa Folio Trails”

36/1-2 Juan Dominguez de Mendoza—“Notes on Juan Dominguez de Mendoza”

36/3 Juan de Oñate Additional Materials—“Oñate: Etulain, Garate, etc.”

36/4 Juan de Oñate Additional Materials—“Map for Simmons—Last Conquistador Juan de

            Oñate”

36/5 Juan de Oñate Additional Materials—“Onate Contract, Jose Cisneros Letters”

36/6-7 Juan de Oñate Additional Materials—“Martinez de Montoya Documents, Oñate, 1608”

36/8 Juan de Oñate Additional Materials—Oñate Documents from Seville Archives

36/9-10 Juan de Oñate Additional Materials—“Craddock”

36/11 Juan de Oñate Additional Materials—Oñate Documents from William and Mary     Quarterly

36/12 Phyllis S. Morgan’s SFT Book—“Phyllis Morgan Prayers and Manuscript”

36/13 Phyllis S. Morgan’s SFT Book—Correspondence with Morgan

36/14 Phyllis S. Morgan’s SFT Book—“Phyllis Morgan”

36/15-18 Franzwa Folio Trails—“Folio Trail Periodical”

 

BOX 37 (37 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Juan de Oñate (Additional Materials); Phyllis S. Morgan’s SFT Book Mss.;          Franzwa Folio Trails” and “Janaloo Hill and Shakespeare, NM”

37/1-2 Oñate/Morgan/Franzwa—Unsorted Materials

37/3 Janaloo Hill & Shakespeare, NM—Obituary for Janaloo Hill

37/4 Janaloo Hill & Shakespeare, NM—“Emma M. Muir of Shakespeare, NM”

37/5 Janaloo Hill & Shakespeare, NM—“Shakespeare Quarterly I”

37/6 Janaloo Hill & Shakespeare, NM—“Shakespeare Quarterly II”

37/7-9 Janaloo Hill & Shakespeare, NM—“Janaloo Hill of Shakespeare, NM, Vol. I”                   

37/10-12 Janaloo Hill & Shakespeare, NM—“Janaloo Hill of Shakespeare, NM, Vol. II”  

37/13 Janaloo Hill & Shakespeare, NM—Then and Now Here and Around Shakespeare [3

            Copies]

37/14 Janaloo Hill & Shakespeare, NM—A Look at Shakespeare Ghost Town [2 Copies]

37/15 Janaloo Hill & Shakespeare, NM—The Hill Family of Shakespeare

37/16 Janaloo Hill & Shakespeare, NM—Other Books by Janaloo Hill

 

BOX 38 (38 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Golondrinas”

38/1 Golondrinas—“Golondrinas” Finance Report

38/2-3 Golondrinas—“Dr. Marc Simmons” Board Meeting Notes and Reports

38/4 Golondrinas—“Cienaga Village”

38/5 Golodrinas—“La Cienaga Development Controversy”

38/6 Golodrinas—“El Rancho de las Golondrinas Charitable Trust Financial Statements,

June 30, 1989”

38/7 Golondrinas—“El Rancho de las Golodrinas Charitable Trust Financial Statements,  

June 30, 1989” with Inscriptions

38/8 Golondrinas—“El Rancho de las Golondrinas Charitable Trust Financial Statements,

            December 31, 1991”

38/9 Golondrinas—“El Rancho de las Golondrinas Charitable Trust Financial Statements,

            December 31, 1992”

38/10-11 Golondrinas—“Golondrinas” Newsletters

38/12-15 Golondrinas—“Golondrinas Trust”

38/16 Golondrinas—“National Guard Exhibit”

38/17 Golondrinas—“Pueblo Revolt Tricentennial”

 

BOX 39 (39 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Golondrinas” and “NM Statehood” and “Prof. Felix D. Almaráz—Colonial Texas            Historian”

39/1 Golondrinas—“El Rancho de las Golondrinas Charitable Trust Financial Statements, 1990”

39/2 Golondrinas—“Cultural Center”

39/3 Golondrinas—Old Cienaga Village Museum Meeting Minutes

39/4 Golondrinas—El Paraje and Festival, Newsletters for Golodrinas

39/5 Golondrinas—“Pueblo Dogs” Report

39/6-7 Golondrinas—Board of Advisors’ Meeting Minutes, Budgets, and Exhibits

39/8: Golondrinas—Simmons’ Draft Proposal for Southwest Institute of Hispanic Studies

39/9-10 Golondrinas—Unsorted Materials

39/11 NM Statehood—“Statehood Stamps NM & AZ”

39/12-13 NM Statehood—“Statehood Centennial—2012”

39/14: NM Statehood—Pueblo Revolt License Plate

39/15-18 Felix Almaráz—“Felix D. Almaráz Jr. Archival Notebook”

 

BOX 40 (40 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Prof. Felix D. Almaráz—Colonial Texas Historian” Continued

40/1-3 Felix Almaráz—“Felix D. Almaráz Jr. Archival Notebook, Vol. III”

40/4-6 Felix Almaráz—“Felix D. Almaráz Jr. Archival Notebook, Vol. IV”

40/7-8 Felix Almaráz—“Felix D. Almaráz Jr. Archival Notebook, Vol. V”

40/9: Felix Almaráz—New Mexico Land and Sky

40/10-11 Felix Almaráz—“Almaráz II”

40/12-13 Felix Almaráz—Correspondence with Almaráz and Other Scholars

 

BOX 41 (41 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Prof. Felix D. Almaráz—Colonial Texas Historian” Continued and “LeRoy A.       Reaza—California Historian”

41/1 Felix Almaráz—Unsorted Magazines

41/2 Felix Almaráz—Unsorted Research Materials

41/3 Felix Almaráz—Unsorted Newspaper Articles

41/4 LeRoy Reaza—“Britt’s Special Mission on the Plains, 1865”

41/5 LeRoy Reaza—Photographs of Casimiro S. Lucero and Reyes Reaza

41/6 LeRoy Reaza—Correspondence with Reaza and Oakah Jones

41/7 LeRoy Reaza—Paul Hogan’s From the Royal City with Reaza Correspondence

41/8 LeRoy Reaza—Reaza Family Pictures and Research

41/9 LeRoy Reaza—Correspondence with Reaza about Don Yjinio

41/10-11 LeRoy Reaza—“LeRoy Reaza—Chihuahua”

41/12 LeRoy Reaza—“LeRoy A. Reaza” Correspondence

41/13 LeRoy Reaza—Museum Brochures

41/14 LeRoy Reaza—Reaza Family Pictures and Research

41/15-16 LeRoy Reaza—Unsorted Notes and Research

 

BOX 42 (42 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Announcements: Openings, Exhibitions, etc. New Mexico” and “Mary Lou Cook Additional Materials” and “Assorted Billy the Kid Material”

42/1-2 Announcements—“Openings, Exhibitions, etc.”

42/3 Mary Lou Cook Additional Materials—Notes on Mary Lou Cook

42/4 Mary Lou Cook Additional Materials—Books by Mary Lou Cook

42/5 Mary Lou Cook Additional Materials—Postcard & Booklet by Cook

42/6 Mary Lou Cook Additional Materials—Living Treasures Featuring Cook

42/7 Mary Lou Cook Additional Materials—Rock Decorated with Folk Art

42/8 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—“Billy the Kid Pardon: 2010”

42/9 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—Billy the Kid Research & Pasatiempo Feb 2004 Issue

42/10 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—“Imposters”

42/11 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—“Simmons’ Billy Columns”

42/12 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—Billy the Kid Articles

42/13 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—Billy the Kid Brochures

42/14 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—Billy the Kid Exhibits and Symposium

42/15 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—Billy the Kid in Scholarly Works

42/16 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—“Billy & Resources, Books”

42/17 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—“Recent & Dig Up Remains”

42/18 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—“Outlaws (See Towns for Lincoln)”

42/19 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—Book Talk Articles on Billy the Kid

42/20 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—“The Outlaw Gazette”

 

BOX 43 (43 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Assorted Billy the Kid Material” Continued and “Donkeys and Mules”

43/1 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—“Albuq. Museum Exhibit”

43/2 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—Stalking Billy the Kid Mss. Dated 2006”

43/3 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—“Billy the Kid Territory Travel Guide”

43/4 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—Unsorted Material

43/5 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—Billy the Kid Postcards

43/6 Donkeys and Mules—From Paris to Cadiz with Inlaid Material

43/7 Donkeys and Mules—“Burro Pics—Show Marc Simmons”

43/8 Donkeys and Mules—Burro Calendars

43/9 Donkeys and Mules—Mule Days Celebration Magazines

43/10 Donkeys and Mules—Western Magazines

43/11 Donkeys and Mules—Other Mule Magazines

43/12 Donkeys and Mules—Flyers for Simmons’ Book Signing and BookTalk

43/13 Donkeys and Mules—Newspaper Articles About Donkeys and Mules

43/14 Donkeys and Mules—Unsorted Notes and Correspondence

43/15 Donkeys and Mules—Correspondence with Dallas Times Herald

43/16 Donkeys and Mules—Scholarly Research on Donkeys and Mules

 

BOX 44 (44 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Donkeys and Mules” Continued

44/1 Donkeys and Mules—Scholarly Research on Mules in Spain

44/2 Donkeys and Mules—The Burro Book with Inscriptions

44/3 Donkeys and Mules—Arizona and the West, Featuring “Overland Via “Jackass Mail” in

            1858”

44/4 Donkeys and Mules—Journals about Horses and Mules

44/5-8 Donkeys and Mules—“Trailing the Longears, A History of Mules and Burros in the         Southwest by Marc Simmons (Working Title, Never Written)”

44/9 Donkeys and Mules—Notes on “Trailing the Longears…” Research

44/10 Donkeys and Mules—Correspondence with Colleagues, Swallow Press, and Others

44/11 Donkeys and Mules—Newspaper Articles on Donkeys and Mules

44/12 Donkeys and Mules—A Tribute to the Burro Excerpt

44/13 Donkeys and Mules—Scholarly Journals from Simmons’ Research

44/14 Donkeys and Mules—Stickers of Donkeys and Mules

44/15 Donkeys and Mules—Donkey and Mule Artwork

Archival Material: Male and Female Historical Figurines with Props

 

BOX 45 (45 of 61)

Box/Folder

“Scrapbook Collection of Simmons Articles, Volumes I-V”

45/1-2 Scrapbook Collection, Volumes I-V—“Letters from Readers”

45/3 Scrapbook Collection, Volumes I-V—Other Letters from Readers

45/4 Scrapbook Collection, Volumes I-V—“Educational Materials”

Scrapbook, “Volume I”

Scrapbook, “Volume II”

Scrapbook, “Volume III”

Scrapbook, “Volume IV”

Scrapbook, “Volume V”

 

BOX 46 (46 of 61)

“Scrapbook Collection of Simmons Articles, Volumes VI-XII”

“Volume VI”

“Volume VII”

“Volume VIII”

“Volume IX”

“Volume X”

“Volume XI”

“Volume XII”

 

 

BOX 47 (47 of 61)

“Scrapbook Collection of Simmons Articles, Unlabeled”

5 Unlabeled Scrapbooks

 

BOX 48 (48 of 61)

“Burros” with Note from Simmons:

            “Contents:

  1. Don Quijote (his lance is missing) & Sancho (on burro)
  2. 3 tagged figurines from Mexico
  3. 4 tagged figures from Spain
  4. All the remainder are from New Mexico,

Of these, 4 are signed by Frank Brito: 2 are burros, 1 is a sheep, and 1 is a roadrunner, the N. Mex. state bird. The bear does not appear to be a Brito. The Britos were originally Tlaxcalan Indians from central Mexico who in the early colonial period settled in Santa Fe’s Barrio de Analco.

  1. Small turtle, N. Mex.
  2. Large plastic gray mule.”

 

Box A: “3 Tagged Figurines From Mexico”

                        Gray Burro Figurine Carved from Wood, 3.5” x 3”

                        Red Burro Figurine Carved from Wood, 3.5” x 3”

                        Multi-Colored Figurine Carved from Stone, 3” x 2.5”

Box B: “4 Tagged Figures From Spain”

Straw Burro Figure with Cotton Strip and Straw Water Pails, 5” x 6”

Straw Burro Figure with Two Clay Pots, 3” x 3”

Brown Burro Figurine Carved from Wood with Cloth, 4.5” x 4”

Metal Burro Figurine, 2.5” x 2.5”

Box C: “Four Figurines Signed by Frank Brito”

                        Burro Figurine with Base Carved from Wood, 6” x 5”

                        Burro Figurine with Hay Trough and Base Carved from Wood,                                                        4.5” x 3”

                        Sheep Figurine with Base Carved from Wood, 4” x 3”

                        Roadrunner Figurine with Base Carve from Wood, Painted, 5” x 3”

Box D: “Two Figurines Signed by Arencio Montoya”

                        Grey Burro Figurine with Lumber and Base Carved from Wood,                                                      Painted, 4.5” x 3.5”

                        Beige Burro Figurine with Lumber and Base Carved from Wood,                                                     Painted, 4.5” x 3.5”

Box E: “One Figurine Signed by Ray Ortiz”

                        Burro Figurine Carved with Wood, 4” x 3.5”

Box F: “Four Figurines by Gloria Lopez Cordova”

                        Burro Figurine Carved from Wood with Lumber Bundle and                                                            Cordova’s Initials, 5” x 4.5”

                        Burro Figurine Carved from Wood with Broken Lumber Bundle,                                                     7” x 3.5”

                        Burro Figurine Carved from Wood, 5” x 4”

                        Burro Figurine Carved from Wood with Leather Straps, 5” x 2”

Box G: “Assorted Figurines From New Mexico”

                        Burro Figurine with Lumber Bundle and Mini Axe Carved from                                                       Wood, 5.5” x 4”

                        “Hehaw” Burro Figurine Carved from Wood, 4.5” x 4”

                        Bear Figurine Carved from Wood, 3” x 2”

                        Grey Burro Figurine Made of Plastic, 2” x 1”

                        Grey Burro Figurine Made of Plastic with Red Saddle, 1” x 2”

                        Small Turtle Carved from Wood, 1” x 1”

 

BOX 49 (49 of 61) Document Box

“Burros” Continued

Large Plastic Gray Mule, 8” x 6.5”

Don Quijote on Horse with Missing Lance and Sancho on Burro with Base Carved from Wood,

            8” x 6.5”

 

BOX 50 (50 of 61)

“SFT Memorabilia” Cont’d

Santa Fe Trail Council Hat

 

BOX 51 (51 of 61) OVERSIZE BOX

Box/Folder

“Misc. Albuquerque History” Continued and Other Oversized Materials

51/1 Santa Fe Trail—Faces of Twentieth Century Trinidad 1994 Calendar

51/2 SFT Memorabilia—Santa Fe Trail Stickers

51/3 SFT Memorabilia—“Stories From the Santa Fe Trail” 1997 Calendar

51/4  Massacre on Lordsburg Road—Copies of Unidentified Research

51/5 Concha Ortiz y Pino—“Ortiz y Pino Genealogy”

51/6 NM Statehood—Pasatiempo January 2012 Issue

51/7 Assorted Billy the Kid Material—Promotional Poster for Billy the Kid Exhibit

51/8 Misc. Albuquerque History—Albuquerque Journal 100 Years Special Issue,                          Dated September 1982 [2 Copies]

 

BOX 52 (52 of 61) OVERSIZE BOX

Box/Folder

“Hopi Newspaper”

52/1 Hopi Newspaper—March 1982-July 1982

52/2 Hopi Newspaper—August 1982-December 1982

52/3 Hope Newspaper—January 6, 1983-July 7, 1983

 

BOX 53 (53 of 61) OVERSIZE BOX

Box/Folder

“Hopi Newspaper” Continued

53/1 Hopi Newspaper—January 1980-May 1980

53/2 Hopi Newspaper—June 1980-December 1980

53/3 Hopi Newspaper—January 1981-June 1981

 

BOX 54 (54 of 61) OVERSIZE BOX

Box/Folder

“Hopi Newspaper” Continued

54/1 Hopi Newspaper—January 1979-July 1979

54/2 Hopi Newspaper—August 1979-December 1979

54/3 Hopi Newspaper—January 1978-November 1978

 

BOX 55 (55 of 61) OVERSIZE BOX

“Indian Trader + Spirit Magazine + William Goff Papers” Continued

Indian Trader Issues May 1991-October 1991

 

BOX 56 (56 of 61) OVERSIZE BOX

“Indian Trader + Spirit Magazine + William Goff Papers” Continued

Indian Trader Issues January 1989-November 1990

 

BOX 57 (57 of 61) OVERSIZE BOX

Box/Folder

Indian Trader + Spirit Magazine + William Goff PapersContinued

Indian Trader Issues August 1991-September 1995

 

BOX 58 (58 of 61) OVERSIZE BOX

Box/Folder

“Poster Collection—Presidial Soldier”

58/1 Poster Collection—“Assorted Maps”

            17” x 11” Color Drawing—Colonial Settlers with Chuckwagons

            17” x 11” Black and White Photocopy—“A Map of the Indian Territory                           Northern Texas and New Mexico” [2 Copies]

            17.5” x 14” Color Map—“A Map of the Indian Territory Northern Texas                          and New Mexico” with Correspondence

13” x 8.5” Color Reprint of Painting—“Santa Fe in 1846” with                                                        Correspondence

21.5” x 12” Map—“Map, No. 3”

22” x 17” Map—“Central America, Including Texas, California, and the                              Northern States of Mexico” [2 Copies]

23” x 18” Map—“Military Reservation of Fort Craig, NM”

18” x 24” Color Poster—“Western History Association”

12” x 18” Map—“New Mexico’s Economic Status, 1972”

12.5” x 9.5” Map—“Asher and Adam Map of the New Mexico Territory,             1874”

12.5” x 9.5” Map—“J.H. Colton Map of the Territories of New Mexico and Utah,                       1855”

11” x 17” Map—“Map of the Denver and Rio Grande Railway and                                                Connections”

22.5” x 17.5” Map—“Territory of New Mexico”

10.5” x 13” Map—“Map of the Southern Plains”

17” x 22” Map—“Arizona Territory 1881”

17.5” x 23” Map—“The Republic of Texas”

11” x 17” Poster—“Follow the Trail” [6 Copies]

11” x 17” Color Poster—“National Santa Fe Trail Symposium 2007”

11” x 17” Color Poster—“Santa Fe Trail Festival”

11” x 17” Poster—“An Afternoon with Dr. Hazel Parcells”

58/2 Poster Collection—“Mounted Maps”

            15” x 17.5” Map—“Map of the Military Department of New Mexico”

            22.5” x 17.5” Map—“Map of the United States of Mexico”

            25” x 18.5” Map—“Map of Texas and Part of New Mexico”

58/3 “Presidial Soldier”

            17” x 11” Black and White Photograph—“Las Vegas, N.M. R.R. Stations,                          early 1898, send-off for the Rough Riders to the Spanish-American                                 War— the local boys”

            14” x 11” Black and White Photograph—“Presidial Soldier from Archivo                            General de Indias, Sevilla, Spain”

            11” x 14” Black and White Photograph—“Interior of the old mission of                              Santa Ana Indian pueblo N. Mex.”

            14” x 11” Black and White Photograph—“William Antrim 1918, Step-father                                  of Billy the Kid” [The inscriptions on the back of these two photos                                            appear to have been switched accidentally by Simmons]

            20” x 10” Black and White Photograph—“Prescott, first Territorial capital                                     of Arizona (connected by direct stage service to Santa Fe)”

            20” x 6” Black and White Photograph—“Antelope Station (Stanton, Ariz.) 3-                                11-88-1-35”

            11” x 14” Black and White Photograph—“Mogollon, N.M. December 1917”

            14” x 11” Black and White Photograph—Map of Mexico

            14.5” x 10” Black and White Photograph—“Pueblo of Taos, New Mexico”

            14” x 11” Black and White Photograph—“Taos Pueblo, December 1951”

            14” x 11” Black and White Photograph—Hubbell’s Trading Post, Ganado,                                     Arizona”

12” x 9.5” Black and White Photograph—“Nambé Pueblo 1880”

12.5” x 9.5” Black and White Photograph—“Aerial View, Taos Pueblo 1948                                  Made for Stanley Stubbs”

12.5” x 8” Black and White Photograph—“Worth Pueblo, Taos Pueblo, ca.                                    1935”

12.5” x 8.5” Black and White Photograph—“North Pueblo, Taos Pueblo, ca.                                  1920”

10” x 11” Black and White Photograph—“Model of Taos Pueblo Made by                                    William H. Jackson, 1877”

10” x 8” Black and White Photograph—“Done in Eastern Ariz. From Mark                                   Gardner Historical Album”

13” x 9.5” Black and White Photograph—“10. The Coming of the Railroad”

13” x 9.5” Black and White Photograph—“8. Adobe Making”

13” x 9.5” Black and White Photograph—“2. Jicarilla Tipi”

9.5 “ x 12.5” Back and White Photograph—“35P Portrait: Zuni Pueblo,                             N.M.”

8.5” x 11” Photocopy of Negatives

13.5” x 19” Black and White Poster—“New Albuquerque, New Mexico”

14” x 11” Black and White Photograph—Aerial View, Labeled “1009”

14” x 11” Black and White Photograph—Aerial View, Unlabeled

8.5 x 14” Photocopy of Black and White Photograph—“1932” Aerial View                                    [9 Copies]

8.5” x 11” Photocopy of Black and White Photograph—Aerial View                                               [2 Copies]                 

11” x 17” Color Poster—“Billy the Kid Exhibition Promotional Poster”

17” x 23” Color Poster—“Santa Fe Symposium: A Scholarly Exploration”                                     [2 Copies]

17” x 22” Color Poster—“Trinidad in Colorado”

16.5” x 11” Color Poster—“Fiesta de Santa Fe Magazine, Sept. 2, 2010”

17” x 11” Color Poster—“Native Treasures Magazine 2012”

15” x 9.5” Color Poster—“The Original Settler of San Gabriel—Map                                              Prepared by Gilberto Espinosa of Albuquerque (now deceased). His                            actual   signature at bottom of scroll.” [2 Copies]

58/4 Poster Collection—“Unsorted Posters”

            18” x 24.5” Color Poster—“New Mexico in the Gilded Age”

            17” x 22” Poster—“D.H. Lawrence”

            17” x 23” Color Poster—“Civil War Weekend”

            14” x 22” Color Poster—“Congratulations John and Donna”

            22” x 17.5” Color Poster—“Spring Snow, Taos Pueblo”

            17” x 13” Color Poster—“Behind the Mask in Mexico”

15” x 21” Color Poster—“Recreational Map of New Mexico” [12 Copies]

17” x 22” Map—“US Military Reservation at Fort Dodge, Kansas”

17” x 14” Poster—“First Annual End of Trail Jubilee”

21” x 17” Poster—“Make Wildfire a Thing of the Past”

22” x 17” Map—“Map of Kansas, Nebraska, and Colorado”

11” x 17” Poster—“Land, Water, and Ceremony in New Mexico”

22” x 17” Poster—“The American Southwest: Seven Historic Viewpoints”

22” x 17” Poster—“The Market Is Coming Again”

22.5” x 15.5” Poster—“City of Santa Fe, New Mexico”

11” x 14” Poster—“Jackson County’s Historic Old Jail”

11” x 22” Poster—“Character”

18” x 24.5” Poster—“Revolucionario”

18” x 24.5” Poster—“Tierra Nacional Para Los Campesinos”

15” x 17.5” Poster—“A Human Family Beyond Borders”

25” x 18” Photocopy of Map—“Historic Trail Map of the Springer”                                              [2 Copies]

22.5” x 17.5” Poster—“It Happened in Kansas”

22” x 17” Poster—“Trails”

17” x 11” Poster—“Archives Week 2011”

11” x 17” Poster—“Songs from the Land of Enchantment”

11” x 17” Poster—“Third Annual National Cowboy Symposium and                                             Celebration”

17.5” x 12” Poster—“Historical Society of New Mexico

20” x 16” Poster—“The Horseshoer”

20” x 16” Poster—“Where Heroes Gather”

17” x 14” Poster—“Blacksmith” Drawing

23” x 17” Poster—“Ghost Town in Scenic Land, USA”

            13.5” x 22” Poster—“Crossroads of Three Cultures”

            11” x 17” Poster—“San Antonio de Padua”

            11” x 17” Poster—“Don Martin de Alarcon”

            18” x 23” Poster—“Spiro Mounds”

            16” x 20” Poster—“Images of New Mexico: A Film Event”

16” x 22” Calendar Poster—“1989 Calendar”

            10” x 14” Poster—“El Rancho de las Golondrinas”

            11” x 17” Poster—“The Old Cienaga Village Museum”

            11” x 17” Poster—“29th Annual Traditional Spanish Market”

17” x 18” Poster—“US Constitution”

22” x 18” Poster—“Map of Colorado’s Altitude Zones”

17.5” x 11” Photocopy—“1860s Beaubon-Miranda Lovel Grant, Reel 14                           Frame 53, Survey General” [4 Copies]

17” x 11” Photocopy—“Maxwell Land Grant” [2 Copies]

17” x 11” Poster—“The Santa Fe Trail” [3 Copies]

8.5” x 14” Poster—“Yours Respectfully, B. Pitcher”

17” x 13” Poster—“There Was a Man: Custer’s Last Stand” [2 Copies]

11” x 17” Poster—“Event Calendar 1991”

18” x 12” Poster—“El Camino Real”

18.5” x 14” Poster—“Far West Stage Line Notice to Passenger”

11” x 15” Poster—“ De La Pena Books”

 

BOX 59 (59 of 61) OVERSIZE BOX

16” x 21” Framed Book Cover—“The Little Lion of the Southwest”

16” x 21” Framed Book Cover—“New Mexico: A Bicentennial History”

15” x 12” Framed Envelope—“Santa Fe Trail Symposium”

 

BOX 60 (60 of 61) OVERSIZE BOX

60/1 20” x 15.5” Photo of Rita and Janaloo Hill in Shakespeare, NM

60/2 14” x 11” Chuckwagon Art Print

60/3 23” x 17” Unframed Judge Torres Memorium Piece

 

BOX 61 (61 of 61)

Massacre on Lordsburg Road: A Tragedy of the Apache Wars by Marc Simmons

Ambassador Ortiz: Lessons From a Life of Service by Frank V. Ortiz [Inlaid                                 Material]

Don Jose: The Last Patron by Jose Ortiz y Pino III [Inlaid Material]

The Exposition on the Province of New Mexico, 1812 by Don Pedro Baptista                                  Pino [Hardcover Edition]

The Exposition on the Province of New Mexico, 1812 by Don Pedro Baptista                                  Pino [Paperback Edition]

The Exposition on the Province of New Mexico, 1812 by Don Pedro Baptista                                  Pino [Hardcover Edition with Slipcase, Signed Collector’s Edition]

!Concha! Concha Ortiz y Pino: Matriarch of a 300-Year-Old New Mexico Legacy                          by Kathryn M. Cordova [Inlaid Material]

The Office of the Holy Week Prayer Book [Inlaid Material]

Why England Slept by John F. Kennedy [Inlaid Material, and Signed]

 

SWWC Mapcase Drawer 22:

 

25” x 18.5” Map—“Map of Texas and Part of New Mexico”

25” x 18” Map—“Map of the Military Department of New Mexico”

20.5” x 26.5” Map—“Map of the Territory of New Mexico”

17.5” x 25” Color Print of Painting—“Wagon Train At Wagon Mound by Nick

            Eggenhofer”
            20” x 22” Color Map—“A New Map of Texas, Oregon, and California”

25” x 19” Poster—“Bent’s Old Fort, The Castle of the Plains”

23” x 19” Map—“Pioneer Map of Jackson County”

22” x 17” Poster—“Historic Burlingame”

18” x 24” Poster—“Jackson County” [2 Copies]

19” x 24.5” Poster—“Historical Map of Early Colorado”

17.5” x 11.5” Poster—“Thomas H. Benton Mural”

16.5” x 11” Poster—“The Trail to Santa Fe”

25” x 17” Posters—“Old Oregon Trail” and “The Santa Fe Trail” with                                Handwritten Note Attached: “This one’s for you, pal. Offhand, I’d say we wont have

            many applications for marchers.”

28” x 21” Poster—“Tallgrass Prairie: The Inland Sea”

22” x 28” Poster—“Texas Declaration of Independence”

28” x 20.5” Poster—“Navajoland”

19” x 25.5” Poster—“New Mexico in Toronto”

29” x 11.5” Poster—“Pueblos in the Mountain”

18” x 28” Poster—“The Albuquerque Museum”

16” x 30” Poster—“The Fourth Annual Cowboy Poetry Gathering”

21.5” x 35” Poster—“Plaza de Toros de Salamanca”

14.5” x 25” Poster—“Charleston Mercury: The Union is Dissolved”

18 x 24.5” Poster—“Celebrating New Mexico’s Diamond Jubilee”                                      [11 Copies]”

24” x 18” Poster—“The Modoc Stage”

19.5 x 25” Poster—“Metropolitan Guard”

24” x 20” Poster—“The Old West”

36” x 20” Mounted Check—“For the Preservation of the Glorieta Battlefield”

36” x 14” Poster—“Charles Goslin…Point of Rocks Kansas on the Santa Fe                                  Trail. Mural: Elkhart, Kansas, Museum”

33” x 21” Poster—“The Mississippi Steamboat Era”

27” x 18” Poster—“El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro”

25” x 19” Poster—“25th Anniversary of Santa Fe Reporter

3’ x 2’ Poster—“La Colonia de Nueva Mexico” [2 Copies]

29” x 23” Poster—“Bison Maps (two) from Dodge City Kansas” [2 Copies]

2’ x 17.5” Poster—“Cowboys Hist. Soc. Of NM Poster”

24” x 17.5” Poster—“Burros in Santa FE 1880, Hist. Society of NM”

“Posters by Ray John de Aragon—Author and Artist Albuquerque NM—See                               book by him in Simmons Coll.”

            25” x 19” Poster—“Gorras Blancas” with Inscription

            22” x 17” Poster—“Sacrifices”

            25” x 19” Poster—“Con Amor de Dios Rosa Maria Calles”

            25” x 19” Poster—“Con Amor de Dios Rosa Maria Calles”

            28” x 22” Poster—“Hispanic Women’s Council”

46” x 42” Map—“Albuquerque Map 1889”