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New Mexico

Browse the history of New Mexico through vintage photographs.

A photo of James R. Baskin at Philmont Scout Ranch when James was 16.Top row, Second from right
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James R. Baskin
Born: Jul 2, 1962
TX
A photo of Hilario A Chavez
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Hilario A Chavez
Aug 28, 1929 - Apr 25, 1985
Santa Fe, NM
A photo of Hilario A Chavez
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Hilario A Chavez
Aug 28, 1929 - Apr 25, 1985
Santa Fe, NM
A photo of Olga Maurie McKinight, wife of Irwin. Daughter of Percy and Olga V. Hileman
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Tommie was 8 or 9 years old when he sadly perished from being struck by a pick-up while chasing a superball in the street on March 16, 1969.
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Tommie Floyd Patterson
1960 - Mar 16, 1969
A close-up picture of my deceased sister's husband, Lloyd Lacher.
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A photo of Thomas Stewart "Tom" Udall, U.S. Senator from New Mexico and a member of the Udall political dynasty.
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A photo of Charles H. Shipley
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Charles H Shipley
Sep 24, 1937 - Apr 11, 2008
Farmington, New Mexico
A photo of Henry Jarvis Bills and friends taken in Raton, Colfax, New Mexico in June 1911. The back of the photograph mentions they were "on the water wagon".
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A photo of twins Keith and Kenneth Doggett taken in Raton, New Mexico ca. 1915. I think they are wearing the same overalls posted from my previous picture of them!?!?
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A photo of twins Keith and Kenneth Doggett ca. 1918 as they were born in 1913. Taken in Raton, New Mexico however they traveled from San Fran to NY!
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A photo of my grandfather Giuseppe Cipriani and his brother, Ernesto. This photo was taken in Albuquerque (NM) in 1916/02/08 and represents, to the last, my grandfather and his brother, to the right
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Giuseppe Cipriani
Mar 19, 1893 - May 4, 1983
buggiano, Toscana, Italia
This is a photo of my grandmother, Marian Olive Bills and her father, Henry Jarvis Bills ca. 1919 in Raton, New Mexico on their farm. Love her smile!!
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A photo of Susan McSween. Susan (Hummer) McSween was my GGG grandmother's sister. Born December 30, 1845 near Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, she is most known today as the "Cattle Queen of New Mexico". She was married to Alexander McSween until he was shot dead in the doorway of their home, following the Lincoln County War in 1878. She was also acquainted with Billy The Kid. She died January 3, 1931.
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Susan (Hummer) McSween
Dec 30, 1845 - Jan 3, 1931
A photo of the grave of Josefa L Rios
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Josefa L Rios
Jan 1, 1907 - Oct 14, 1996
Alamogordo, NM
A photo of the grave of Justo V Rios
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Justo v Rios
Jul 22, 1914 - Aug 18, 1981
Alamogordo, New Mexico
A photo of an unknown man (possible Gattis, Wiseman, or Allen family) Found in the possession of my great aunt and uncle, W.D. "Doc" and Marie Clark Gattis.
A photo of the 1921 Basketball Champs of Pleasant Hill, Curry, New Mexico
A photo of the Cano family: John (toddler), Filia, Oralia, Mary Ellen, and Arthur
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A photo of John Cano at about 3 months old.
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A photo of Donna Sue Crull's 1971 wedding announcement
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Donna Sue Crull
Oct 21, 1952 - Jan 29, 1982
The marriage certificate of Donna Sue Donovan Crull and Donald Scott Crull.
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Donna Sue Crull
Oct 21, 1952 - Jan 29, 1982
A group of Honey boys (unnamed) heading out to form a posse in New Mexico in the 1920's.
Baby Leslie R. Allison - Handsome little man in 1922 in New Mexico.
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The Honey family comes out for picture's in 1915 New Mexico - no names offered by the submitter.
Ray & Leslie Allison, two men in the wilderness. (Father and son bonding in 1925 New Mexico.)
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Edgar R. Allison riding through the snow in New Mexico on a 1920 Indian motorcycle.
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Edgar Raymond Allison
Jul 25, 1898 - May 19, 1954
Leslie Raymond Allison, strolling - welcome to the new baby! Photo taken in Folsom, New Mexico in 1922.
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Minerva Lyddie (Shoup) and William Thomas Honey, grandma and grandpa Honey. in Folsom, New Mexico.
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Elsia and Ray Allison's Indian motorcycle with side car - always ready for fun in New Mexico circa 1920.
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Mother and daughter-in-law, surname Allison, in New Mexico in 1930. The first names of the two women weren't offered by the submitter.
Elsie Opal (Honey) and Edgar Raymond Allison wedding picture, taken in Folsom, New Mexico in 1919.
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Donald J. and Daniel R. Felts in Almogordo, New Mexico circa 1919. Twins born to Eugenia June (Bower) Felts, and Rollie Felts.
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This is my Great Grandfather Chalmers Bower, and my Great Grandmother May C. Bower (Price) on their ranch in Otero New Mexico around 1890.
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May Bower
Born: 1865
This is my 2 year old brother,Cina Samani, of Las Cruces, New Mexico, in 1995. My parents left him in a scorching hot car months before I was born, which killed him. I got this picture from a photo album in remembrance of him.
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Stephen Karinsky in 1961 in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He was born December 7th, 1895, was my step-grandfather, married to my grandmother, Lois A. Anderson (maiden name) Stephen, a White Russian by birth escaped Russia during the Bolshevik revolt. His family eventually regained their lands during the German Army occupation, but to no avail as the livestock, tools, money and servants had vanished. Stephen fled after his father's death, first to the Crimea, then Georgia and finally Constantinople. A former member of the Elite Russian Air Force he learned the many trades in order to survive. Eventually, he made his way to America. Arriving in Hoboken, New Jersey he took a ferry across to New York City and got his first job shoveling snow in the winter of 1923. Quite a departure for a man of noble birth... But Steve loved America, traveled and worked in many different states and eventually met Lois Allen Anderson and they married in Carson City, Nevada, sometime in the 40's. They shared the same birthday, though some years apart. Steve applied for his contractor's license and became a builder. Many of the homes and galleries he built can be seen today in Santa Fe, New Mexico where he and Lois made their home in 1950 until their deaths! My parents, James and Linda Murphy adored him as did my cousin Kate Peter's family out in New Mexico! Steve was a wonderful man, imbued with an enthusiastic spirit! He was sensitive, intense, humorous, well read and filled with optimism. He loved children, animals and life!
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Stephen Tarasov Karinsky
Dec 7, 1895 - February 1971
Santa Fe, NM
Edmund George Dillon, my dad, of Clovis New Mexico. No date offered by the submitter.
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Edmund George Dillon
Born: Jul 22, 1913
Doris Ione Williams, my precious mother, at age 19 in 1935. Photo taken in Clovis, New Mexico.
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