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New Mexico Government

Publications from the current
NM Secretary of State:


Long a staple of New Mexico politics, past issues of the New Mexico Blue Book are available at the UNM Library.  The prior 2007/2008 issue is no longer available online from the current Secretary of State. The New Mexico Blue Book includes historical as well as current information of the state. 

  • Front Cover
  • Introduction
  • Table Of Contents
  • Geology Section
  • New Mexico History
  • Native American Section
  • State Symbols
  • Voter Section
  • Federal Section
  • Executive Section
  • Legislative Section
  • Judicial Section
  • County Section
  • Economic Section
  • Education Section
  • Attraction Section
  • Resource Section
  • New Mexico Features
  • Index
  • Bibliography
  • Click here to listen to State Songs or print sheet music of State Songs.




within Zimmerman Library, is a major repository for the papers of elected officials of New Mexico. Holdings include the papers of Spanish, Mexican, U.S. Territorial and Statehood period officials, political parties, organizations, and activists. Additional holdings represent the politics of Mexico, Latin America and Spain.

                      Bronson Cutting with                                             New Mexico Legislature 
                     Franklin D. Roosevelt                                                                            
       Use this guide to find CSWR archival holdings
relating to politicians and politics, including:

U.S. Senators from New Mexico

U.S. Representatives from New Mexico

NM Governors

NM State and Local Officials

Other Political Papers


                             President William H. Taft signing New Mexico statehood bill,
                                                   Washington, DC January 6, 1912



This LibGuide should be a valuable resource for researchers interested in the political holdings of the UNM Center for Southwest Research. We would also like to point out that there are other valuable resources available in the state of New Mexico for political research. Please click here for a list of additional  resources. 



Subject Guide

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Nancy Brown-Martinez
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Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87131-0001
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Christopher Geherin


Find out more about the resources in this guide:

UNM Center for     Southwest Research
in Zimmerman Library
Phone: (505) 277-6451




This guide originally developed by Kent Taylor, MLIS Intern for the UNM University Libraries and the Center for Southwest Research.


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