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1 A GUIDE FOR HIGHWAY SLAVAGE PROGRAMS IN ARCHAEOLOGY, HISTORY AND PALEONTOLOGY
New Mexico Committee for Highway Salvage Archaeology 1958 Paper Cover Very Good New Mexico Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 " 
"In April 1954, The United States Bureau of Public Roads, the New Mexico State Highway Department, and the Museum of New Mexico initiated a cooperative program to salvage the archaeological and historical materials being destroyed by highway construction in New Mexico. This still-continuing program resulted in the salvage of over 40 sites in the first two years of operation...The New Mexico Program has served as a model for highway salvage operations in other states..." 14 pp. Stiff tan covers. Slightly soiled otherwise Very Good+. Interior is tight, clean and VG+. 
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2 ARCHAEOLOGICAL INSTITUTE OF AMERICA, Bulletin No. 5., February 1913
Archaeological Institute of America 1913 Wraps Good+ Archaeology Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 " 
Bulletin describing the opportunity to conduct field work in and around Santa Fe, New Mexico in conjunction with the School of American Archaeology in Santa Fe. 4 pp. Document in Good+ condition with browned pages and edges chipped. Crease marks from being folded to be mailed. 
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3 DESERT MAGAZINE, December 1949.
William Knyvett Paper Cover Good Magazine: Desert Photographs, Maps, Drawings, 
December 1949 issue with cover showing White Christmas on the Desert. Some articles include: Valley of the Cathedrals, by Charles Kelly; We found Ant Hills covered with Jewels, by Edith Rutenic McLeod; Panamint Pack Trip, by Randall Henderson; Pom Poms at Christmas, by Dorothy L. Pillsbury; and Adobe Maker of Scottsdale, by Christine B. MacKenzie. Pictorial cover with some rubbing. Several small nicks at spine joint. Back cover 4 1/2" tear at spine.Mildly soiled back cover. Overall covers are Good. Interior is tight, clean and VG+. 
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4 Adams, Ben Q. And Richard Newlin R. C. GORMAN: THE GRAPHIC WORKS
Albuquerque, New Mexico Taos Edition, Ltd. In Association with Western Graphics Workshop, Inc. And Houston Fine Art Press 1987 0-9619950-0-9 / 9780961995003 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good+ Good- Art Size: Approx. 14 1/2" x 11 1/4" R. C. Gorman Signed by Artist
Forward by John Redhouse. Catalogue Raisonne by Nancy Steen. Commentary by Robert and Hazel Tohe. Signed by artist, R. C. Gorman, on half title page. 254 pp. Grey cloth covers with grey/silver linen spine. DJ in Good- to Good condition with significant wear to edges and corners, large tear to front of cover, scuffing and wear to faces, tears to folds on back of jacket that have been "repaired" with scotch tape. Cover corners slightly rubbed, bottom cover edge has discoloration spots and some rubbing, spine ends are bumped and rubbed. Interior pages crisp, clean. Book in VG+ condition. Due to the size and weight of this book, additional postage may be required. 
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5 Botkin, C. W.; and L. B. Shires THE EFFECT OF IRRIGATION AND CROPPING ON DESERT SOILS
State College, New Mexico New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts 1939 Wraps Very Good Agriculture Size: Approx. 6 1/4" x 9 1/4" Figures and Tables 
Bulletin 263 (Technical), May 1939. Agricultural Experiment Station of the New Mexico College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts, State College, NM. 39 pp. Paper wraps have slightly bent corners, chipping to page edges, and rubbing to spine edge. Browning along paper edges. Interior is tight and clean. Pamphlet in VG condition. 
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6 Haddox, John LOS CHICANOS: AN AWAKENING PEOPLE
El Paso Texas Western Press 1970 Paper Cover Very Good Southwest History Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 " Jose Cisneros 
Southwestern Studies Monograph No. 28. The University of Texas at El Paso. The Story in Ten Pictures by Jose Cisneros. 44 pp. Decorative paper wraps. Cover corners are bent and rubbed. Interior is tight and clean. Pamphlet in VG condition. 
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7 Henderson, Charles W. GOLD, SILVER, COPPER, LEAD, AND ZINC IN NEW MEXICO AND TEXAS IN 1922. Mines Report
Washington Government Printing Office 1923 Wraps Very Good Mining Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" Tables 
Mineral Resources of the United States, 1922-Part I (Pages 199-215). Department of the Interior. United States Geological Survey. Slightly faded at spine otherwise Exterior is VG+. Interior tight, clean and VG+. Numerous Tables. I:17 
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8 Hilpert, Lowell S. Uranium Resources of Northwestern New Mexico
Washington United States Government Printing Office 1969 Paper Cover Very Good to Very Good+ Geological Survey Size: Approx. 9" x 11 1/2" Plates 
Geological Survey Professional Paper 603. Prepared on behalf of the U.S. Atomic Energy Commission. A description of the straitigraphic & structural relations of the various types of uranium deposits in one of the world's great uranium-producing regions. 166 pp. including Index. 4 foldout Plates in back envelope. 15 tables and 20 illustrations. Covers faded around edges. Slight creasing to corner "tips", otherwise Very Good+. Interior is tight, clean and Very Good+. 
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9 House of Representatives PUBLIC BUILDINGS IN NEW MEXICO
Washington Government Printing Office 1867 Paperbound Very Good New Mexico Size: Approx. 5 1/2" x 9" 
LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, TRANSMITTING REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF PUBLIC BUILDINGS IN NEW MEXICO. 40th Congress, 2d Session. House of Representatives. Ex. Doc. No. 33. "...directs the Secretary of the Interior to cause an examination to be made of the condition of the public buildings in New Mexico, and to present to the next Congress an estimate of the amount necessary to complete the same". Includes 3 letters and a report of Hon. W.F.M. Arny, Secretary of New Mexico, on the condition of the public buildings. "The estimate for the completion of the capitol is one hundred and twenty thousand five hundred dollars, ($120,5000) and for the completion of the penitentiary, thirty-five thousand dollars, ($35,000)." 14 pp. Includes a page long list of "merchants and citizens of New Mexico...hope that appropriation will be made to complete the buildings" and a break-down of the expenses for the Capitol and the Penitentiary. Disbound. Front page barely attached otherwise in Very Good+ condition. Clean and tight. Famous Americans in document: O.H. Browning, Secretary of the Interior; W. T. Otto, Acting Secretary; Robert B. Mitchell, Governor of New Mexico; and W. F. M. Arny, Late Secretary of the Territory, and Acting Superintendent Public Building, New Mexico. 
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10 House of Representatives SLAVERY IN THE TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO. [TO ACCOMPANY BILL H. R. NO. 64]
Washington Government Printing Office 1860 Paper Cover Good+ New Mexico Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" 
36th Congress, 1st Session, House of Representatives, Report No. 508. May 10, 1860.--Ordered to be printed. "The Judiciary Committee, having had under consideration the bill referred to them entitiled 'A bill to repeal all acts of the legislature of New Mexico authorizing slavery or i nvoluntary servitude, except as punishment for crime,' report the same back to the House of Representatives, with an amendment that the same pass, and that it be put upon its passage;..." 39 pp. Disbound government document. Residue from book binding remains on spine edge, spine is creased with some small string-binding holes present. Document pages are browning along edges with some chipping, some corners are creased, small foxing spots present. Text is easily legible. Document in Good+ to VG- condition. 
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11 Lister, Florence C. And Robert H. EARL MORRIS & SOUTHWESTERN ARCHAEOLOGY
Albuquerque The University of New Mexico Press 1968 First Edition Cloth Very Good + Very Good - Archaeology Size: Approx. 6 1/4" x 9 1/2" Photographs 
"The life of Earl Halstead Morris (1889-1956) coincides with the great period of scientific interest in the prehistory of the San Juan Drainage of New Mexico, Colorado, Utah and Arizona." 204 pages with index. Decorative white cloth covers with image of Morris on front and ruins on back. DJ in VG- condition with chipping/small tears to top edge and top spine, small tears to corners, some dirt spots, browning throughout. Cover corners are lightly bumped, spine tips are bent. Top page edge has foxing. Interior is tight and clean. Errata note card inserted before Index describing the problems with the numbering for the book. Book in VG+ condition. 
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12 Powell, Donald M. NEW MEXICO AND ARIZONA IN THE SERIAL SET, 1846 - 1861
Los Angeles Dawson Book Shop 1970 Cloth Fine American History Frontis. Signed by Author
SIGNED by author on front free endpaper. Unpaginated. Green cloth. Reprinted from the New Mexico Historical Review, Vol. XLIV, no. 4., October, 1969, Vol. XLV, No. 1, January 1970. An annotated checklist intended to provide a key to the information on New Mexico and Arizona in the "Serial Set" (the serially numbered set of documents published for the use of Congress) for the period between the War with Mexico and the Civil War. Both exterior and interior are Fine. 
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13 Robbins, Michael ALONG THE CONTINENTAL DIVIDE : HIGH COUNTRY TRAIL
Washington, DC, U.S.A. National Geographic Society 1981 0870443615 / 9780870443619 Cloth Near Fine Very Good Outdoors Size: Approx. 7 1/4" x 10 1/4" Color Photographs 
Photographs by Paul Chesley. 199 pages with index. DJ is VG with some wear to edges, small tears to corners. Interior is tight and clean. Book in NF condition. 
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14 Rowalt, E. M. SOIL DEFENSE OF RANGE AND FARM LANDS IN THE SOUTHWEST
Washington U.S. Government Printing Office 1939 Paper Cover Very Good U.S. Government Document Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 8 3/4" Figures 
Miscellaneous Publication 338. United States Department of Agriculture. "The Southwest, as considered in this publication, is a geographical region including all of Arizona and New Mexico. Some discussion of erosion conditions and corrective practives in use in Utah and western Colorado are also included. The whole area is a region of range lands and irrigated farming lands designated, for administrative purposes, Region 8 of the Soil Conservation Service." 51 pp. Covers with map depicting "A Typical Watershed of the Southwestern United States." Light wear to corners and edges, spine is worn with some small tears. Interior tight and clean. Pamphlet in VG condition. 
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15 Schaefer, Jack ADOLPHE FRANCIS ALPHONSE BANDELIER
Santa Fe, New Mexico The Press of the Territorian 1966 First Edition Paper Covers Good New Mexico Size: Approx. 6 " x 9" 
Number 7 of a Series of Western Americana. Only 1,000 copies of this first edition printed. 23 pp. Tan stiff paper covers. Wear and browning to cover edges, corners are bent, soiling and stains especially on back cover. Interior clean. Pamphlet in Good to Good+ condition. 
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16 Senate LETTER FROM THE SECRETARY OF THE INTERIOR, TRANSMITTING, IN COMPLIANCE WITH THE REQUIREMENT OF SECTION 8 OF THE ACT OF 22D JULY, 1854 (10 STAT., 308), THE PLATS AND PAPERS IN THE FOLLOWING PRIVATE LAND CLAIMS IN THE TERRITORY OF NEW MEXICO, VIZ:
Washington Government Printing Office 1881 Paperbound Good+ U.S. Government Document Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9" Maps 
No. 112, Mesilla and Arroyo Seco; No. 114, Santa Barbara; No. 118, Ojo de Borrega; No. 119, San Miguel del Bado. 46th Congress, 3d Session, Senate, Ex. Doc. No. 63. March 2, 1881 -- Referred to the Committee on Private Land Claims and ordered to be printed. 87 pp. Four fold-out maps and many other maps included in text. Disbound government document. Residue from book remains on spine edge. Chipping and small tears to corners, tear to edge of page 51-2. Browning along page edges, some foxing on a handful of pages. Document in Good+ condition. 
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17 Walter, Paul A. F THE CITIES THAT DIED OF FEAR
Archaeological Institute of America 1916 Wraps Good Archaeology Size: Approx. 6 3/4" x 10" Photographs By Jesse Nusbaum, Maps 
The Story of the Saline Pueblos. Archaeological Institute of America. Papers of the School of American Archaeology. Number 35. pp.3-53. Filled with photographs. Paper is in Very Good condition. Clean and tight. Slight browning around edges. Front wrap detached, torn and missing pieces all around edges. All lettering there. Front cover is Poor but text/Paper is intact and VG. No tearing to text. 
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18 Wienzirl, John (edited by) BULLETIN OF THE HADLEY CLIMATOLOGICAL LABORATORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO. Volume III, No.1-11. 1901-1905
Paper Cover Good to Very Good New Mexico Size: Approx. 6 " x 9 " Plate, Tables 
Published with the cooperation of Mrs. W. C. Hadley. Vol III, No. I:THE BACTERIAL FLORA OF THE SEMI-DESERT REGION OF NEW MEXICO, WITH ESPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE BACTERIA OF THE AIR by John Winzirl with 2 plates. pp.211-242.; Vol III, Nos.2 and 3 (in one publication): SOME OBSERVATIONS ON THE LUNG CAPACITY OF YOUNG PEOPLE LIVING IN NEW MEXICO by F. S. Maltby. Completed by John Wein with 2 tables. 7 pp. and THE EFFECT OF ALTITUDE ON THE BLOOD by John Winzirl with 6 tables. 21 pp.; Volume III Number 4: OBSERVATIONS ON SOIL MOISTURE IN NEW MEXICO FROM THE HYGIENIC VIEWPOINT by C. Edw. Magnusson with 2 tables. 8 pp.; Volume III. Number 5: METEOROLOGICAL TABLES by C. Edw. Magnusson with 3 tables. 14 pp.; Volume III. Number 6: THE AVAILABILITY OF NEW MEXICO'S CLIMATE FOR OUTDOOR LIFE by John Weinzirl with 3 tables. 9 pp.; Vol. III, No. 7: OBSERVATIONS ON COLOR-CHANGES IN THE GENUS BUTEO, APPARENTLY DUE TO APTOSOCHROMATISM by Francis J. Birtwell. 14 pp.; Vol. III No.8: COLD AS A CAUSAL FACTOR IN THE BLOOD CHANGES DUE TO HIGH ALTITUDE by John Weinzirl. (extracted from The Amercian Journal of the Medical Sciences, August, 1903). 7 pp. with 2 tables.; Vol. III No. 9: FURTHER OBSERVATIONS ON INCREASED BLOOD COUNTS DUE TO HIGH ALTITUDE by John Weinzirl. and C. Edw. Magnusson. 3 tables, 1 graph ("Curve") 11 pp.; Vol. III No. 10: EVAPORATION FROM WATER SURFACE AT ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO by John Weinzirl. 14 pp. and 3 tables. and Volume III, Number 11: THE POTABLE WATERS OF NEW MEXICO: WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THE CITY WATER SUPPLY by John Weinzirl..28 pp. with 2 "Curves" (full page graphs) and 3 photographs. Total of 10 Bulletins as No.2 and No.3 are in one bulletin. 4 bulletins in stiff covers. 4 missing? the covers but clean and intact. 2 publications, written at top: Vol. III with Number. ex.mus. stamp on front covers and title page. Vol.III. No. I's front cover missing small piece of bottom corner, on side edge, and upper left corner. 2 small circular pieces gone. Covers are intact and overall Good. Vol. III, No.8's top edge creased with tears. Otherwise Good. All the other covers are Very Good. All interiors are tight, clean and Very Good+. 
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