The Albuquerque Museum Photoarchive contains a large collection of historical photographs of Albuquerque and surrounding area. The photographs date from 1880 when New Town was founded to about 1950.
Information about using this collection is available at the Albuquerque Museum Photoarchive.
Examples from the collection on Flickr.
Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Archives
The purpose of the Institute of American Indian Arts (IAIA) Archives is to collect, preserve, interpret, and provide access to the documentary history of IAIA, the contemporary Native art movement, and American Indian Education. The Archives collect and preserve permanent and …
The Los Lunas Museum of Heritage & Arts connects the present generation to the history of Los Lunas, surrounding communities and the State of New Mexico, inspiring a deeper appreciation and understanding of the area’s rich heritage.
In keeping with this mission, the Museum seeks to:
George Ben Wittick arrived in the Southwest in 1878 to work as a photographer documenting the progress of the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad. He left behind a wife and six children in Moline, Illinois where he operated a photo studio following the Civil War. After his tour with the railroad he operated studios in Albuquerque …
The Fray Angélico Chávez History Library is the institutional successor of New Mexico's oldest library (1851) and is part of the Palace of the Governors. A non-circulating, closed stack research facility, it preserves historical materials in many formats documenting the history of the state, the Southwest, and meso-America …
New Mexico's Digital Collections are digitized materials from libraries, archives and museums in New Mexico. Focusing on the history and culture of New Mexico, the collections cover other topics and geographic areas as well.
This project is hosted by University Libraries and funded in part by the Center for Regional Studies, The University of New Mexico.