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Subject Source: Lcnaf

Found in 70 Collections and/or Records:

Archaeological Survey of the High Western Plains: Eighth Report: Pictographs and Petroglyphs of the High Western Plains, 1936 September

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Identifier: M015.05.0002.0046.00001
Overview The Archaeological Survey of the High Western Plains: Eighth Report: Pictographs and Petroglyphs of the High Western Plains, by E. B. Renaud, Director of the Survey, Published by the University of Denver, Department of Anthropology. The report contains charts and drawings.
Dates: 1936 September

Archaeological Survey of the High Western Plains:Ninth Report: Northeastern New Mexico, 1937 February

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Identifier: M015.05.0002.0047.00001
Overview The Archaeological Survey of the High Western Plains: Ninth Report: Northeastern New Mexico, by E. B. Renaud, Director of the Survey, Published by the University of Denver, Department of Anthropology. The report contains drawings.
Dates: 1937 February

Archaeological Survey Series: Eleventh Report: Petroglyphs of North Central New Mexico, 1938 November

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Identifier: M015.05.0002.0049.00001
Overview The Archaeological Survey Series: Eleventh Report: Petroglyphs of North Central New Mexico, by E. B. Renaud, Director of the Survey, Published by the University of Denver, Department of Anthropology. The report contains drawings.
Dates: 1938 November

Articles by Renaud: ''Petroglyphes serpentiformes Indiens du Nouveau-Mexique,'' par E. B. Renaud., 1938

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Identifier: M015.04.0002.0001
Overview Reprinted from Revue Anthropologique , no.10-12, Oct.-Dec. 1938.
Dates: 1938

Articles by Renaud: ''Prehistoric cultures of the Cimarron Valley, Northeastern New Mexico and Western Oklahoma,'' E. B. Renaud., 1930

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Identifier: M015.04.0001.0064
Overview Reprint from Colorado Scientific Society Proceedings , v.12, no.5, 1930.
Dates: 1930

Articles by Renaud: ''The snake among the petroglyphs from North-Central New Mexico,'' E. B. Renaud., 1938 December

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Identifier: M015.04.0002.0002
Overview In Southwestern Lore , v.4, no.3, Dec. 1938.
Dates: 1938 December

Backstage at the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo

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Identifier: D002.01.0001.0032.00001

Box 1

 File — Box B114.01.0001: Series B114.01; Series B114.02; Series B114.03; Series B114.04; Series B114.05; Series B114.09 [U186020742834]
Identifier: B114.05.0001
Scope and Contents From the Series: Radio transript "Search for the Buried Past: The Hidden Jews of New Mexico" and paper by David S. Nidel "Modern Descendants of Conversos in New Mexico: 500 Years of Faith"
Dates: 1500-1988

Box 1, 2003-2015

 File — Box B374.01.0001: Series B374.01 [U186023261162]
Identifier: B374.01.0001
Overview The booklets are the product of the New Mexico Jewish Historical Society's Jewish Pioneer Oral History Video Archive Project, conducted in partnership with the Department of History and the Center for Regional Studies at the University of New Mexico. The booklets are composed of recollections of the family members. There is also an exhibition catalog from "Jewish Pioneers of New Mexico, 1821-1917" held at the Museum of New Mexico in 2003.
Dates: 2003-2015

Dorthy Bernheim Shipman, 2007

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Identifier: B111.09.0009.0000
Overview Dorothy (Dottie) Bernheim Shipman was born in Pueblo, CO in 1918 to Isadore Bernheim and Edith Weil Bernheim David. She was the great-grandaughter of Clara Goldsmith Weil: the first Jewish baby girl born in Colorado. She received her BFA from the University of Denver, married and divoced Clifford Stanely Shipman and moved from Denver to Texas, California, and finally Boise, ID. She was active in working with the ADA to increase accessibility, especially with regards to the hard of hearing. She...
Dates: 2007