Bill Ford was part of Santa Fe’s intelligentsia during the 1940s and 1950s. He used to hang out with Alfred Morang who had an open
In 1929 Georgia O’Keeffe began a lifelong love affair with New Mexico. In 1934 Arthur and Phoebe Pack were the owners of Ghost Ranch in
The USS Santa Fe took part in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Prior to heading out to war, a ceremony was held to
As our nation pays tribute to our military on Veteran’s Day, New Mexicans remember the Bataan Death March. On April 9, 1942 the 200th Coast
Tomorrow is Veteran’s Day when our nation honors the men and women of the armed forces. The late Manuel Rodriguez of Santa Fe was one
One of the most severe rainstorms in the history of Quay County, N.M occurred on August 28, 1933. Within several hours more than two and
Eliseo (1915–2009) and Paula (1919–2008) Rodriguez were awarded a National Endowment for the Arts National Heritage Fellowship in 2004. The couple received this prestigious honor
President William Henry Harrison was the first president to die in office. He also had the unique distinction of only serving one month as president.