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Archival Services


For Researchers:

The Institutional Repository can be consulted by visiting the website. From there, researchers can either browse our digital collections or use the search function to look for something particular.

Finding aids and inventories of the physical collections can be found online. See individual links under the Resources section. To consult any of the items in the Physical Archives, please contact the Archivist to make an appointment.

For instructors:

Both the Archivist and NM Ed. Librarian are happy to work with instructors seeking to incorporate archival research into their courses. Please contact us if you would like to have your students conduct research in the archives.

Some examples of ways the Archives Program has supported courses are:

  • History 2950 - This is a course in archival research, including an internship component. Students worked in the archives, alongside the Archivist and NM Ed. Librarian, performing such tasks as processing, digitization, and metadata generation for both digital and analog records. Benefits of this type of work to students include:
  • Quantitative literacy in the field of archival science and research skills;
  • Opportunities for critical thinking and creative problem solving;
  • Development of computer and information literacy.


Finding Aids

Use our finding aids to learn more about what we have in the archives. Each finding provides context for the collection, as well as a folder inventory describing the contents of the collection.


Archival Program Forms