Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library

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Giving Tuesday is totally appropriate in 2020 where we are doing so much online, anyway. I support the efforts of the Friends to continue supporting the all important services of the Santa Fe Public Library. Here's a shout-out to the Board of Directors for working year round to raise funds, so we can provide help to the Library in 2021. Another shout-out to all our members for continuing to donate funds showing how much you care for essential library services! Not too late to join in on Giving Tuesday. Whatever you can afford will be much appreciated.
Good afternoon, I am reaching out to our communities to remind people to complete the #2020Census questionnaire, especially if they have received their Census ID. Every person counted brings in necessary funding into our state for so many programs such as our Fire Departments, Hospitals/Clinics, Schools, Libraries and such more. You can complete it online at or by phone or mail. #WeAllCount
Nothing is more American than #NationalApplePieDay and also the #2020Census. Make sure your community is counted so you can benefit from billions of dollars in federal funding. All responses are confidential, and by law, cannot be shared with federal law enforcement agencies like the FBI, ICE, or even the local police. Respond today at so you can be counted, regardless of your place of origin or immigration status. Census forms are available in multiple languages. #ShapeYourFuture
NYTimes Critics’ Pick Ex Libris - The New York Public Library by Frederick Wiseman opens at CCA Santa Fe this Friday, September 29th! Not to be missed.
Coming July 27th - the FOL Book Club featuring Ramona Ausubel Join the Friends at the Bourbon Grill for our third Happy Hour Authors Club meeting on Thursday, July 27th at 5:00 PM. Ramona Ausubel will lead a discussion on her latest novel, Sons and Daughters of Ease and Plenty, a story of American wealth, class, family, and mobility. Cost: Free for Friends members; $5 for non-members When: Thursday, July 27, 2017 from 5:00–6:30 PM Free Required Ticket Reservations

Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library was founded in 1974 as a vibrant community organization that promotes reading and learning through quality library services, and that is supported by an active, involved, and growing membership.

Mission: Our Santa Fe Public Libraries are community information hubs where everyone can gather to learn, create, and dream. The Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library seek to preserve and enhance our libraries for generations today and tomorrow. We hope you will join us by participating in the programs we sponsor, attending our book sales, and becoming a member of the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library.

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High demand rush books coming in and going out!

Booksellers look back at the best titles of 2020 In a year of isolation and pain, book sales are up as many turn to reading for a distraction, understanding and pleasure. Jeffrey Brown talks to two booksellers for our look at the year in books.

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Today's favorite book of the day! (Put your holds on now!)

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The French in New Mexico: Four centuries of exploration, adventure & influence
Author Event with François-Marie Patorni

Thursday, January 14th, 2021
5:00 p.m. MST

Register to attend here

In this first history of the French in New Mexico, the author chronicles the lives of French-speaking people who came mainly from France, Canada, Switzerland, Belgium, Africa, and the Caribbean Islands; of people with French ancestry who retained some of their French culture; and of people with strong connections to France. The book traces their presence in New Mexico from the 1500s to present times. It tells the stories of influential, unusual, or colorful characters, and of people who are not as well remembered. They came from all walks of life, explorers, adventurers, fur trappers and traders, soldiers, merchants, priests, farmers and ranchers, businesspeople, scientists, artists, actors, politicians, lawyers, criminals, women of note, intellectuals, and other influencers in society. Whether dramatic or lighthearted, their lives are filled with stories of love and death, of chases and hunts, of successes and failures. As they roamed across the land, they will occasionally take us to California, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Texas, and Mexico. These stories are placed in their historical and cultural context, and point to more detailed readings and further research. What is now New Mexico was for centuries at the limit of the world known to Europeans. This is still the case as far as French history is concerned. This book is offered as a contribution to the cultural resurrection of the French in New Mexico. It is for the thousands of New Mexicans who share a French ancestry, conscious and proud of the value of French culture, heritage, and identity. It is also for their distant cousins who remained in their original lands. And beyond direct family ties, it is for all those interested in the multicultural aspects of New Mexico’s history and society.

About the Author
François-Marie Patorni, a French American, is an independent scholar specializing in the history of the French-speaking people in New Mexico and the American Southwest.

Patorni was born and grew-up in Paris. After post-graduate studies in France, he spent two years as a volunteer in Chad, and some more time in Togo, Benin, and Algeria. Later, he tried the American experience, earning an MBA from the Wharton School in Philadelphia in 1972. On campus, he got involved in the Nixon-McGovern Presidential campaign, quite a ride for a Frenchman! He then had a career at the World Bank in Washington D.C., including multi-years postings in India and Senegal, and frequent travel to Africa, the Middle East, Latin America, and Asia.

Patorni moved to New Mexico in 2004. He realized the extraordinarily rich history of the French, French Canadians, and other French-speaking people, and embarked on his great chase for the French in New Mexico. He also was been an environmental advocate in New Mexico, including being president of the Santa Fe Watershed Association for 7 years.

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Here Are The Best Book Covers Of 2020 So good you'll want to frame them.

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Dispatch from The City ~

City Virtual Offices, Facilities Closed at Noon Thursday, Dec. 31, and All Day Friday, Jan. 1, for New Year's Holiday

All City of Santa Fe virtual administrative offices and recreational facilities will close at noon Thursday, Dec. 31, and all day Friday, Jan. 1, in observance of New Year's.

Trash and recycling pickup will continue as scheduled. Please ensure carts are placed curbside by 7 a.m. on your collection day.

Santa Fe Trails, Santa Fe Pick-Up, and Santa Fe Ride will operate on a normal schedule on Thursday, Dec. 31. There will be no service on Friday, Jan. 1, Normal service resumes Saturday, Jan. 2.

Santa Fe Public Library will be closed for drop box returns, Curbside Pickup, and virtual services on Thursday, December 31 through Friday, January 1. All locations will open return drop boxes on Saturday, January 2 at 9 a.m. and Curbside Pickup will resume at noon.

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For each book you read together, color in one circle on your reading log.
Earn book prizes for reading and raise strong readers!

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Para una máscara gratuita, visite las siguientes ubicaciones:

Centro de información para visitantes de Plaza
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66 E. San Francisco Street, Suite 3
Santa Fe, NM 87501
800-777-2489 / 505-955-6215

Bibliotecas de Santa Fe
Durante el servicio en la acera
Martes, miércoles, jueves y sábado de 12 (mediodía) a 5:30 p.m.

Cámara de Comercio de Santa Fe
1644 St Michaels Dr, Santa Fe, NM 8750
Lunes a viernes de 10 a.m. a 2 p.m.

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Announcing the 2021 PEN America Literary Awards Longlists PEN America is honored to announce the longlists for the 2021 PEN America Literary Awards.

December 2020 Newsletter Wow! Who would have guessed the phrase “unprecedented times” would be the most prevalent cliché of 2020? The Friends would like to thank our members for their continued support during the pandemic. We hope you are all staying healthy and safe and will be finding creative ways to celebrate the u...

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Delightful treats came for the Main staff yesterday!

We love all our patrons so much. 😍

Happy Holidays – December 2020 by Ann B. Just a quick post to say Happy Holidays and Best Wishes from the Santa Fe Public Library. Just a couple of recipes, a couple of traditions, to share with our readers. While this season is…

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Good Reads Make Great Gifts We've rounded up a list of great books to give as gifts this holiday season. From Georgia O'Keeffe to hiking trails to the history of chile peppers, we've got you covered.

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No Curbside Pickup at Southside Saturday, Dec. 19!

The Southside Library will not be providing curbside pickup service on Saturday December 19, 2020. Curbside services will resume on Tuesday December 22 and all holds will be extended due to this service interruption. The Santa Fe Public Library is sorry for the inconvenience. Main and La Farge will be open their normal hours noon-5:30 p.m.

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We are so thrilled by the photos that everyone is sending in of their gingerbread house creations. And so happy to hear how much fun everyone is having! Please keep the stories and pictures coming!

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Santa Fe Public Library will be closed for drop box returns and Curbside Pickup Service on Thursday, December 24th, through Sunday, December 27th.

All locations will open return drop boxes on Monday, December 28th at 9:00 a.m. and Curbside Pickup will resume on Tuesday, December 29th at noon.

Virtual services and new card sign-ups will also resume on Monday, December 28th after the holiday.

We thank the Santa Fe community for your support of libraries and wish safe holidays to all.

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Check out the fantastic Felt During Covid submissions on the FDC Instagram account -- they are gorgeous! And and artist's reception tomorrow at 5:00 p.m. on Zoom!

Movies, movies, movies by John P. New DVDs at Santa Fe Public Library The library continues to receive new DVD titles; either completely new or new to Santa Fe Public Library.  Unfortunately, since patrons are not a…


Here's the entire January 2021 Library Reads list!

Beanstack: Reading Challenges and Personalized Recommendations Beanstack is a platform for reading challenges and book recommendations for any organization, especially libraries and schools.

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What's My Legacy? Chicana/o Literature and Culture in the American Southwest

Dr. Vanessa Fonseca-Chávez invites everyone to ponder individual and collective legacies as she discusses her recently published book Colonial Legacies in Chicana/o Literature and Culture: Looking through the Kaleidoscope. The Southwest U.S. is a region that has been colonized by Spain and the United States and we are often left to think about the kind of legacies these colonial periods have left behind. This book challenges readers to reflect on the fragmented and peripheral narratives of colonial legacies that offer more complex understandings of individual and collective subjectivities.

TODAY at 6 p.m. MST!

Register for the Zoom link here:

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Slice of the Sky Virtual Family Night!

Monday, December 21, 2020 at 6:00pm - 7:00pm

Join the Santa Fe Children's Museum for a journey to the moon and beyond... all from the comfort of your home!

Monday, December 21st
6pm – 7 pm
*FREE | Event for all ages*

The Museum's very own Planetary Scientist, Asis Gonzalez, will give you and your family a live viewing of all that is visible on this special Winter Solstice night!

From our perspective on this small blue marble we live on, Jupiter and Saturn, two giants of the solar system, though 655 million miles apart will appear to join into one this night!

The Santa Fe Public Library will also provide all participants with a reading list (appropriate to all ages) inspired by astronomy!

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Santa Fe Public Library presents Andy Mason: A Brief History of Christmas Music brought to you by the Friends of the Santa Fe Public Library!

As is his yearly tradition, Andy packs 400 years of Christmas music into a 60 minute concert for you, and this year it will be held virtually on Zoom.

Register here:

Parents: This concert will be recorded for posting online so please turn your camera off if you do not consent to being recorded.

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NPR's Best Books Of 2020 The Book Concierge is back with 380+ great reads, hand-picked by NPR staff and trusted critics.

New Mexico Historic Sites

NOW INTRODUCING New Mexico Historic Site's newest series: New Mexico Traditions!

The Winter Edition of this series will run through December 24th and will feature photos, videos, and downloadable PDFs from all of our Historic Sites throughout the state. Much like our Summer Camp, you should expect recipes, activities, crafts, stories, performances, and so much more.

This program will be available right here on our Facebook and will be added as they premiere to

We look forward to sharing the magic of winter in New Mexico with you!

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Dear friends – lots of great programs for December
From Susan Sheldon, one of our board members!

December 2020 On-Line & In-Person New Mexico History & Culture Opportunities
Encourage your participation in the following on-line history & cultural events:
THE ALBUQUERQUE HISTORICAL SOCIETY (AHS) TAKES ITS HOLIDAY BREAK. AHS programs will take place by live stream on the AHS page. Read More.

SOME METRO AREA MUSEUMS HAVE REOPENED WITH DIFFERENT REGULATIONS & TIMES. Albuquerque Museum, Balloon Museum, National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, New Mexico Holocaust Museum. Check their websites for more details as to hours of operation, gift shops, etc.

*** State of New Mexico Museums and Historic Sites are now closed ***

RT. 66 SHOP & GLOW in businesses windows, Nob Hill and Downtown along Central. sponsored by the City of Albuquerque. Continues through the end of December. More information by contacting 311 or go to

Many museums now have virtual tours. Many museums and history organizations are providing free lectures & programs by using Zoom, YouTube or the page of the organization.(Note: you do NOT have to be a Facebook user to view the page of many organizations). Some of these require pre-registration so you may receive a “specific link and password”. The programs are recorded to watch later. Most programs are free but some groups are requiring payment of a fee prior to getting a link or password to access the site.


MURALS OF ALBUQUERQUE ( This shows over 130 murals in the ABQ metro area. You click on each picture and it shows the mural, gives its title and address, describes the image, and the artists.

ONLINE TOUR OF THE 15 HISTORIC MURALS AT THE INDIAN PUEBLO CULTURAL CENTER The tour gives details of the artist and the dance or ritual illustrated in the mural.

Virtual Tour of the Downtown Main Library, 1975. Presented by Modern Albuquerque and sponsored by the Urban Enhancement Trust Fund. More information including the YouTube link to the live stream is on their Events page. See

DECEMBER 5, 12, 19 - AVAILABLE ALL DAY. Stories by the Fireside. Go to the website of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Includes music and story telling.

DECEMBER BREAK FOR Taos County Historical Society. Email Paul Figueroa at [email protected] or 575-779-8579.

DECEMBER 7, 5:30-7 pm, free online Zoom. Marlon Magdalena (Jemez) leads a discussion about Native American flutes and plays his flutes. Los Alamos Historical Society. Go to to register and receive Zoom link.


DECEMBER 9, 5:30 pm, Zoom. Our Lady in Blue/Maria de Agrada in Word and Legend. Presented by Ana Nogar. Part of the series from the Center for SW Research, UNM Zimmerman Library. Contact Tomas Jaehn, [email protected] for Zoom access. You will be sent the link two days in advance.


DECEMBER 10, 3 pm, $10. Early Jews in New Mexico presented by Ron Duncan Hart. Sponsored by the Historic Santa Fe Foundation. Go to for information about payment and registration.

DECEMBER 10 , 1-2 pm, free page. History Notes-Black History of New Mexico presents film maker Julian Alexander speaking about the History of Buffalo Soldiers. On line at the Las Cruces Museum page. Las Cruces Museums Call 575-541-2154 for more information, Kayla Myers. Branigan Center.

DECEMBER 11, 3 PM, live stream on the page of El Rancho de las Golondrinas. Go to and click on the Facebook icon on the right. Building Fire with Flint and Stone by Gordon Mark.

DECEMBER 11, 6-8 pm, free, In-person ! Art Walk downtown Albuquerque on Central. Meet the artists in person. Street music and vendors. Most artists will be along Central. Download map and descriptions at

DECEMBER 15, 2-4 pm, Must register to get link. Pueblo Book Club, My Life in San Juan Pueblo-Stories of Esther Martinez. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.

DECEMBER 16, 3 PM, free. Bischochito Making. live stream on the page of El Rancho de las Golondrinas. Go to and click on the Facebook icon on the right.

DECEMBER 17, 3:30-4:30 pm, Urban Archaeology in the NM Capital Complex, presented by Matt Barbour. Sponsored by the Friends of Coronado Historic Site. All past presentation also on this website.

DECEMBER 17, 6-8 pm, free. THIRD THURSDAY AT THE ALBUQUERQUE MUSEUM. Hosted by Cathryn McGill of the NM Black History Month organizing committee. At 7 pm is a conversation with Shinique Smith whose work is part of the new exhibit. Discussion incudes what it means to be a Black woman artist at this time. Includes live music and a virtual tour of the new exhibit “30 Americans” Go to for more details and listing of activities.

DECEMBER 18, 1 pm, free virtual. COLCHA COMMUNITY STICH-ALONG. sponsored by the National Hispanic Cultural Center. More info from [email protected] or call 220-7928. Check

DECEMBER 19, 1 pm, $15. Anthropology Genetics, The Vikings Connection to New Mexico Families, Haplo Group 1 presented by Angel de Cervantes from the New Mexico DNA Project and the Iberian Peninsula DNA Institute. To pay and get a link for the program contact [email protected]

DECEMBER 19, 2 pm, Zoom free. Tertulia Historica: A History of Luminarias and Farolitos presented by NM state historian Rob Martinez. Sponsored by the National Hispanic Cultural Center. for more information and registration. You must register in advance.

DECEMBER 19, ALL DAY, free. Showing of the film "Black Panther". Part of the 30 Americans exhibit at the Albuquerque Museum. More information and link at

DECEMBER 20, free. THE ALBUQUERQUE HISTORICAL SOCIETY (AHS) FACEBOOK PAGE-- no program, AHS takes its winter break.

DECEMBER 21, Winter Solstice, shortest day of the year.

DECEMBER 21-Public School winter break begins. APS students return to school January 5, 2021.


DECEMBER 26, Kwanza Observed through Jan. 1, 2021

DECEMBER 31, 3:30-4:30 pm, New Mexico Central Railway presented by Matt Barbour. Sponsored by the Friends of Coronado Historic Site. All past presentations on the website.

Commemoration of the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution giving women the right to vote. Various Speakers including elected officials, poets, musicians. City gov page.


LIBRARY BRANCHES ARE OPEN AT VARIOUS TIMES. Call the library before you go there. Capacity limits so call to find best times to visit.

OASIS SENIOR LEARNING IS PROVIDING ONLINE PROGRAMS. Contact 884-4529 or visit for more information.


NUCLEAR MUSEUM – The Museum has a huge collection of oral history interviews (also transcribed) called Voices of the Manhattan Project. There are some 600 interviews of individuals who were either at the Manhattan Project or a family member who worked there. The interviews are organized into 39 categories such as: Internment of Japanese Americans, Life in the Secret cities, Hispanic employees, Native American.

75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE END OF WW II – The War Years: Selected Images from the NM Digital Collection. Go to the website of the Center for SW Research/Zimmerman Library,


THE NEW MEXICO HISTORY MUSEUM has put many programs on Facebook or YouTube including The Santa Fe River in NM History presented by William Mee, ex. director of the Santa Fe Watershed Association and Andy Otto from Agua Fria. There aresix videos telling the story of The Harvey Girls. YouTube /user/NM museum . Look up the titles. More info at the NM History Museum website,
For Facebook, click on:
For YouTube, go to:

SET UP AN APPOINTMENT TO VISIT THE SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARY Llibrary branches have opened on a limited basis. Staff will help you with research or setting up an appointment by contacting [email protected].

Because of Rudolfo Anaya’s literary and cultural significance to New Mexico and to honor his legacy, UNM Libraries’ Department of Digital Initiative and Scholarly Resources (DISC) created the Rudolfo Anaya Digital Archive, a comprehensive online guide to his life and work. Oral histories, draft manuscripts, book covers, and an extensive bibliography of Anaya resources are available in the online archive. CSWR staff, and indeed, the entire UNM Libraries community is deeply saddened by Mr. Anaya’s death, one of New Mexico’s great writers and cultural icons. While his passing is a great loss, by placing his papers with CSWR he left an incredible gift to New Mexico. His work will be treasured and preserved in perpetuity in the Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections for future generations to enjoy. For detailed descriptions of the material in the Rudolfo A. Anaya Papers please see the CSWR finding aid at
To access the Rudolfo A. Anaya Digital Archive, please visit

In this time of buildings being closed, many of the museums and cultural centers in the ABQ metro area have put programming on their websites, pages or You Tube links. This includes everything from:

concerts, history lectures, video tours of various museum collections,
photograph pod casts, curriculum and study guides for children, audio interviews,
All of this is free and even “low tech” individuals can navigate these websites There are YouTube channels available at no cost to watch to all. You are urged to explore many websites but especially these:

NEW MEXICO HISTORY IN TEN MINUTES ( On the home page, go to the bottom and click on Video of the Month. The entire list of episodes will appear by clicking on the corner of the video. NM State Historian Rob Martinez is most engaging and informative and there are more than 25 Episodes. The episodes may be heard in chronological order or by topic which is introduced in the first minute or so of the episode.
NATIONAL HISPANIC CULTURAL CENTER ( La Hilacha Podcast-numerous podcasts including the 1918 Pandemic: What does History teach us by NM State Historian Rob Martinez. There are many videos about NM history related topics from the La Canoa series including Nina Otero Warren, New Mexican 20th Century Mujerota. You may visit various exhibits.
ALBUQUERQUE MUSEUM OF ART & HISTORY You may visit the current exhibitions. This includes an a four minute “walk through” the new exhibit Trinity Reflections on the Bomb. This commemorates the 75th anniversary of the July 16, 1945 detonation of the nuclear bomb. You may also look at thousands of items, paintings and photographs that are part of the collection.
There are short 5-6 minute pod casts (combo of voice and photographs) by Museum photo archivist Jill Hartke. The six podcasts include: baseball in ABQ, downtown businesses in the early 1920s, local photos from 1969-1970, Lovelace astronauts, Streetcars and Motorettes (ABQ 1907-1920s).
CIVIC AUDITORIUM HISTORY VIDEO (1957-1986) Go to the Resources Tab, then the drop down to the three Civic Auditorium videos. They tell the story of the structure: why it was built, how it was used and why it was ultimately demolished.
OUR FAIR NEW MEXICO: A VIRTUAL CONCERT SERIES OF NM MUSIC Concerts began on April 10 and there are numerous concerts by NM artists ranging from harpist Otilio Ruiz, Jemez flutist Marlon Magdalena, Lone Pinon, Dos Gatos, and Rob Martinez playing Northern NM music.
INDIAN PUEBLO CULTURAL CENTER ( You may read about current and past exhibits. These include Matriarchs at the Heart of Pueblo Families and Recipes from a Pueblo Kitchen. The website also gives an overview of each of the 19 NM pueblos and lists the individual websites. Go to for links to the Smithsonian, National Endowment for Humanities, National Park Service, National Archives, Teacher resources and more.
COULD COLUMBUS HAVE BEEN JEWISH AND SHOULD WE CARE ? (you tube) presented by Norma Libman and the New Mexico Jewish Historical Society. Use this link. To contact Norma directly go to her website
LAS CRUCES MUSEUM SYSTEM has many interesting history programs on their website/page/You Tube. On line at the Las Cruces Museum page. Las Cruces Museums Call 575-541-2154 for more information, Kayla Myers. Branigan Center.

ALBUQUERQUE HISTORICAL SOCIETY ARCHIVED VIDEO PROGRAMS The Albuquerque Historical Society provides videos of scheduled program presentations that are live-streamed to the Society’s page. If viewed live, the Facebook live-stream event allows those who are unable to attend the opportunity to participate in the question and answer session following the event. The video presentations are permanently available in the “Videos” section of the AHS page as well as linked to from the appropriate AHS Program pages. Presentations captured on Facebook videos to date include:

Architectural History of Albuquerque’s Old Main Library
Teri Reynoso – October 18, 2020
The Photo Heritage of Eddie Ross Cobb and Daphne Cobb: Unbending Courage and Creativity
Sueki (Susan) Woodward – September 20, 2020
They Won the Vote! : Suffrage and Suffragists in New Mexico
Sylvia Ramos Cruz, M.D. – August 23, 2020
Albuquerque Sculptor Herb Goldman
Lisa Goldman – July 19, 2020
Secret Albuquerque: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure
Ashley M. Biggers – June 21, 2020
Albuquerque in the Nuclear Age
Duane Hughes – February 16, 2020
Early History of the Albuquerque Open Space Program
Rex Funk – January 19, 2020
A History Lover’s Guide to Albuquerque
Roger Zimmerman – November 17, 2019
Ridgecrest Area History: The Parkland Hills Addition
Willam Dodge – October 20, 2019
History of Menaul School
Dr. Christine Sierra – September 15, 2019
DISCLAIMER: All information should be checked with the sponsoring entity as changes may have occurred.

Britta Herweg-Samuels
NMLA Administrative Assistant The Albuquerque Historical Society is a non-profit organization which promotes and preserves all matters relating to the history of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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