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Dr. Thomas K. Todsen: New Mexico’s Pictorial Collector

Archives and Special Collections (ASC) holds the collection of Dr. Thomas K. Todsen, a prolific collector of material relating to New Mexico and the Southwest, especially photographs and postcards. His collection contains over 2,300 images and hundreds of documents. Subjects include territorial New Mexico, the Mexican Revolution, state parks, US post offices across the state,…
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Documenting COVID-19: Archiving the Present for the Future

The changes brought to New Mexico in response to the outbreak and spread of the¬†severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2¬†(SARS-CoV-2), commonly known as COVID-19 or the coronavirus, cannot be overstated.¬† Following the March 11, 2020 public health emergency¬†declared by¬†Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham,¬†New Mexicans have worked to combat the pandemic in their homes, workplaces, and communities…
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Welcome to the Open Stacks! 

The staff of the Archives and Special Collections (ASC) are excited to launch Open Stacks as a way to share with the public the dynamic and diverse content found in our collections.¬† With this digital platform, we also hope to connect more meaningfully with our users, highlight the varied work we perform, and share important…
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