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SMELLING THE CHILE BUT NOT HEARING THE MUSIC

by Nancy Brown-Martinez on 2020-09-17T14:21:00-06:00 in CSWR | Comments
J. L. Lopez Orchestra playing at a dance, Peñasco, NM, 1943, Farm Service Administration Collection, PICT 990-036, CSWR.
 
Covid ruined 2020 in many ways.  Roasting chile makes it a bit like normal but there are no fiestas or bands playing.  I compiled 7 State songs for the 2012 anniversary that are now on the UNM Repository.  All rights reserved.  Click on the photos for more information.  Cheers! 
by Nancy Brown Martinez, Reference, Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections (CSWR), UNM Library.
 
Music is an important part of New Mexico history! Please enjoy the following state songs.
 
 
 

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