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Special Collections Receives 2021 SBCI Grant

The Southwest and Border Cultures Institute (SBCI) awarded the Special Collections unit a Library and Museum Acquisition Grant this past summer.  The $3,385.00 award will be spent on published material that documents the World War II and Cold War-era southern New Mexico military and federal research institutions.  The grant narrative below lays out the case…
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Newly Processed: The Donald D. Stern papers

Although we all are living through challenging and trying times during the pandemic, the Archives and Special Collections (ASC) is still receiving collections to add to our archival holdings in order to capture history and ultimately make available to the public. Earlier this summer, Dennis Daily, the ASC department head, received the papers of the…
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Newly Acquired Diary from Local Hero – Joseph Quesenberry

In honor of the Fourth of July, the Archives and Special Collections (ASC) is proud to announce the replica acquisition of the Joseph “Joe” Quesenberry diary. The diary was acquired from a Quesenberry descendant in the fall of 2019 and is a great resource for those wanting to learn about how a native New Mexican carried out his military life while deployed overseas during WWI. The diary belonged to Joe Quesenberry, a former student at New Mexico College…
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