Vast Untapped Resources?
Yes, Online Ones from the UNM Digital Repository
(Visit us - https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/)
Scholar or buff, this site offers something for nearly everyone.
The UNM Repository is a digital showcase of the research, scholarly, and creative output of the UNM community. The repository is administered by University Libraries and serves as a permanent, ever-growing, free digital archive to disseminate UNM's research and scholarship as widely as possible. It is maintained by the office of Digital Initiatives and Scholarly Communication (DISC), in Zimmerman Library
A few examples:
HSC and New Mexico Respond to COVID-19 – 2020 UNM Health Sciences Center Archives
A Bird's Eye View: Ornithological Illustrations - by Anna DeKoning, UTX Austin
Black Alumni Oral History Collection – UNM Chapter, CSWR collection
Colonial Latin American Historical Review – Spanish Colonial Research Center, UNM
CSWR collection letter samples, Open Teaching Tools – Archive Kit - Letters
CSWR People and Places Lecture Series – videos of programs
La Crónica de Nuevo México – Historical Society of NM, historical articles
Native American Oral History Program Interviews – UNM faculty, students, CSWR coll.
Native Health Database Full Text – UNM Health Sciences Center Archives
Natural Resources Journal – UNM Law School
New Mexico Architecture – NM AIA, building successes 1959-1991
New Mexico Composers' Archive – UNM and community musicians, CSWR collection
New Mexico Historical Review – UNM History Dept.
New Mexico Law Review – UNM Law School
New Mexico Office of the State Engineer – misc. reports 1907-1926
New Mexico Quarterly – UNM students and faculty writings, 1931-1968
Southwest Hispanic Research Institute – UNM, studies on NM history, culture, genealogy, etc.
Electronic Theses and Dissertations – UNM grads
Daily Lobo – UNM student newspaper, 1898-1985, UNM Archives
UNM Yearbooks - The Mirage, 1898-1980, UNM Archives
Wagon Tracks – Santa Fe Trail Association, trail histories, events
Working People's History of New Mexico Oral History Interviews – UNM Sociology Dept.