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UNM History: Articles

A guide to primary and secondary sources about the history of UNM.


Richard Etulain, "Clio's Disciples on the Rio Grande: Western History at the University of New Mexico," New Mexico Historical Review 87 (Summer 2012): 277-98.

Audra Bellmore, "The University of New New Mexico's Zimmerman Library: A New Deal Landmark Articulates the Ideals of the PWA," New Mexico Historical Review 88 (Spring 2013): 123-63.

Michael Welsh, "Often Out of Sight, Rarely Out of Mind: Race and Ethnicity at the University of New Mexico, 1889-1927," New Mexico Historical Review 71 (April 1996).

Special Centennial Issue, New Mexico Historical Review, Vol 64, No 1 (January 1989)

Carleen Lazzell, "From Red Brick to Pueblo Revival: Early Architecture at the University of New Mexico"

Michael Welsh, "Beyond the Call of Duty: World War I at the University of New Mexico"

William E. Tydeman, "UNM Student Life in the 1920s: A Selection from the Mirage"

Mary Ellen Hanson, Carl A. Hanson, "Wilma Loy Shelton: Library Leader in New Mexico, 1920–1950"

Sally J. Lee, Jeffrey P. Brown, "Women at New Mexico State University: The Early Years, 1888–1920"