THE ALBUQUERQUE HISTORICAL SOCIETY
& THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY OF NM
Encourage your participation in the following on-line history & cultural events:
THE ALBUQUERQUE HISTORICAL SOCIETY July 18, 2 pm, Facebook Live. Building Community and Culture: Jews in 20th Century Albuquerque by Harvey Buchalter. Go to the website, albuqhistsoc.org then link to the Facebook page.
New Mexico Historic Sites and Museums are open. Check individual websites for hours, open dates, etc. nmhistoricsites.org. The
FUNDRAISER FOR THE NM HOLOCAUST MUSEUM & GELLERT CENTER FOR EDUCATION, Silent auction begins July 15. Go to their website for more info, nmHolocaustMuseum.org or call 247-0606. 616 Central SW.nmholocaustmuseum.org.
JULY 7, 12 noon, free Zoom. Two Centuries of Copper Mining present by Terrence Humble. Sponsored by the NM Friends of History. Go to nmhistorymuseum.org and select the Facebook icon for access to the program. The Museum also has a YouTube channel where you can watch dozens of past programs & lectures ! Go to their website and click on their YouTube icon on the bottom of the home page. Get more info from the Friends of history website. FriendsofHistoryNM.or
JULY 7, 10 am, virtual, free. Clearly Indigenous, Native Visions Reimagined in Glass. Conversations on Glass Art by Dr. Leticia Chambers. Museum of Indian Arts and Culture, 706 Camino Lejo in Santa Fe. Go to indianartsandculture.org.
JULY 7-11 and again July 14-18, $30. International Folk Art market on Museum Hill in Santa Fe.
JULY 8, 1 pm, virtual, free. Museum of Las Cruces presents The Pueblo Revolt with the Pueblo Action Alliance. Go to las-cruces.org/1523/museums. Also htpps:rebrand.ly/PuebloRevolt.
JULY 8/9, 11 am and every Thursday/Fri. in July, in person, $2. Tour of Torreon Mundos de Mestizaje fresco by Frederico Vigil. National Hispanic Cultural Center. Register at nhccnm.org.
JULY 9, 1 pm, Zoom. Colcha Embroidery. National Hispanic Cultural Center. www.nhccnm.org.
JULY 9 and other Fridays, 4:30-7:30 pm, free. La Familia Growers Market, 100 Isleta SW @ Bridge Blvd. Includes arts and crafts, kids’ activities, food trucks, music, heritage workshops. Sponsored by the South Valley Main Street. Contact Biana Encinias @ 400-3635 for more info or southvalleymainstreeet@gmail.
JULY 9/10/11, 11am, 2 pm, in person, admission fee. Cultural Dance Program representing various pueblos. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Go to indianpueblo.org for more info.
JULY 9, 5-8 pm, free, In-person, ! ART WALK DOWNTOWN CENTRAL. Meet the artists in person. Street music and vendors. Most artists will be along Central. Download map and descriptions at abqartwalk.com.
JULY 9/10/11, free. Fridays/Saturdays 7-9 pm; Sundays 1-3 pm, Music in the Old Town Plaza Gazebo. Bring your own chair. More details on the City’s website, cabq.gov/oldtown or call 311.
JULY 9 and other Fridays, 5-8 pm free. Music & Market at the historic El Vado Motel, 2500 Central SW. Food and drink available.
JULY 10, 10 am, free in person. Sing Along in Bataan Park, Tulane at Lomas NE. Bring your own chair. Sponsored by Quintessence.
JULY 10 & other Saturdays in July, 8 am – 12 – Downtown Growers Market at Robinson Park, 8th & Central NW. Mask not required if you are vaccinated. (Honor System)
JULY 10, 9am-1pm, free. Art Along the Rio Grande Art Fair, Gutierrez Hubbell House, 6029 Isleta SW. Music Culture, Food, Fun !
JULY 10, 2-4 pm, free. “CAUGHT” exhibit by Sam Elkind. (photographic images of plastic bags caught in plants) Open Space Visitor Center, 6500 Coors NW. Exhibit continues through Sept. 11.
JULY 10 , 1 pm, $20, Anthropological Genetic History, The Spanish Conquest of the New World (the ramifications of Spanish Conquest) presented by Angel de Cervantes from the New Mexico DNA Project and the Iberian Peninsula DNA Institute. Pay by check or To pay and get a link for the program contact angelrcervante
JULY 10, 10 am, virtual. Jordan Jones presents Evernote for Genealogists. NM Genealogical Society. More info at nmgs.org.
JULY 11, 10 am-2 pm and other Sundays July 18, 25. Rail Yards Market. Various vendors, 777 1st St. SW.
JULY 12 – 16, 1-4 pm, Virtual Summer Camp at Maxwell Museum. Scholarships available for children ages 6-12. Contact Amy Grochowski at 277-2924 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Otherwise $25 per day or $100 for the week.
JULY 13, 2 pm, Pueblo Book Club. A Most Splendid Company: The Coronado Expedition in Global Perspective by Richard & Shirley Flint. Free but $5 donation encouraged. You may purchase book at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center store. Must register by July 10 . More information at indianpueblo.org.
JULY 14, 10 am, virtual, free. Online Native pottery Demonstration by Gabriel Paloma (Zuni). Go to indianartsandculture.org.
JULY 14, 10:30 am, zoom. ABQ Genealogical Soc. presents Sue Johnson, speaking on “Introduction to Land Records” Go to https://abqgen.org for more information.
JULY 15/16, 11 am and every Thursday/Fri. in JULY, in person, $2. Tour of Torreon Mundos de Mestizaje fresco by Frederico Vigil. National Hispanic Cultural Center. Register at nhccnm.org.
JULY 15, 7pm. PBS Channel 5 presents Albuquerque’s Roots, the connection to Agriculture. Many vintage photographs of early ABQ.
JULY 15, 6-8 pm, virtual, free. THIRD THURSDAY AT THE ALBUQUERQUE MUSEUM. Another World with online local jazz. Go to cabq.gov/museum for more details and listing of activities. Info from Jessica Coyle, 764-6517, email@example.com.
JULY 16, 10am, free. Quarai Unit of the Salinas Pueblo Missions National Monument. Jennifer Vigil will talk honoring Latino Heritage. Followed by a guided tour of Quarai. Bring water and wear sturdy shoes. Call 847-2400 for more information.
JULY 16 and other Fridays, 5-8 pm free. Music & Market at the historic El Vado Motel, 2500 Central SW. Food and drink available.
JULY 16/17/18, 11am, 2 pm, in person, admission fee. Cultural Dance Program representing various pueblos. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Go to indianpueblo.org for more info.
JULY 16/17/18, free. Fridays/Saturdays 7-9 pm; Sundays 1-3 pm, Music in the Old Town Plaza Gazebo. Bring your own chair. More details on the City’s website, cabq.gov/oldtown or call 311.
JULY 16 and other Fridays, 4:30-7:30 pm, free. La Familia Growers Market, 100 Isleta SW @ Bridge Blvd. Includes arts and crafts, kids’ activities, food trucks, music, heritage workshops. Sponsored by the South Valley Main Street. Contact Biana Encinias @ 400-3635 for more info or southvalleymainstreeet@gmail.
JULY 17, 9:30 am, in person, free. Only 50 reservations will be taken. Richard and Shirley Flint present Overhaul: A Social History of the ABQ Locomotive Repair Shops. Wheels Museum, 1100 2nd SW. Call 243-6269 to make a reservation.
JULY 17, 12 noon – 4 pm, free. Belen Harvey House, Celebrating the Grand Reopening of the Museum. 104 North 1st St. in Belen. Free hot dogs and lemonade, book sale, weaving demonstrations, tours. Entertainment. 861-0581, HarveyHouseMuseum.org.
JULY 17 , 1 pm, $20, Anthropological Genetic History, Herman Cortes: Conqueror of Mexico. He defied Spain’s order and waged war against the Aztecs. Cortez killed thousands and gained control of the Aztec empire in two years. Presented by Angel de Cervantes from the New Mexico DNA Project and the Iberian Peninsula DNA Institute. To pay and get a link for the program contact angelrcervante
JULY 17, 9:30-11:30 am, free. Family Nature Club Hike for all ages. An Open space educator leads this family friendly hike. Will accommodate strollers. Wear closed toes walking shoes. Open Space Visitor Center, 6500 Coors NW. Leave pets at home.Open Space Division.Contact 768-4960
JULY 17, 9-10:30 am, free. Duende on the Rio Grande, a family story telling event using puppets and interactive story telling. Bachechi Open Space, Alameda at the River. Contact Marnie@firstname.lastname@example.org or call Bernalillo County Open Space at 314-0420.
JULY 17, 11 am-1 pm, free. Historians Richard Melzer and John Taylor discuss the role of the battleship USS New Mexico in both WWI and WW II. Los Lunas Transportation Center, 101 Courthouse Rd (near the Railrunner station). Sponsored by the Los Lunas Museum of Heritage and Arts.
JULY 18, 1:30-3pm, in person. New Mexico historians Richard Melzer and John Taylor sign their book – New Mexico in WW II at Treasure House Books in Old Town.
JULY 18, 2 pm, Facebook live, free. Building Community and Culture: Jews in 2th Century Albuquerque presented by Harvey Buchalter. Albuquerque Historical Society . www.albuqhistsoc.org.
JULY 18, 9:45-11am. free. (repeats 7.31) Duende on the Rio Grande, a family story telling event using puppets and interactive story telling. Open Space Visitor Center, 6500 Coors NW. Bring a blanket to sit on outside.
JULY 22/23, 11 am and every Thursday/Fri. in JULY, in person, $2. Tour of Torreon Mundos de Mestizaje fresco by Frederico Vigil. National Hispanic Cultural Center. Register at nhccnm.org.
JULY 23/24/25, 11am, 2 pm, in person, admission fee. Cultural Dance Program representing various pueblos. Indian Pueblo Cultural Center. Go to indianpueblo.org for more info.
JULY 23 and other Fridays, 4:30-7:30 pm, free. La Familia Growers Market, 100 Isleta SW @ Bridge Blvd. Includes arts and crafts, kids’ activities, food trucks, music, heritage workshops. Sponsored by the South Valley Main Street. Contact Biana Encinias @ 400-3635 for more info or southvalleymainstreeet@gmail.
JULY 23/24/25, free. Fridays/Saturdays 7-9 pm; Sundays 1-3 pm, Music in the Old Town Plaza Gazebo. Bring your own chair. More details on the City’s website, cabq.gov/oldtown or call 311.
JULY 23 and other Fridays, 5-8 pm free. Music & Market at the historic El Vado Motel, 2500 Central SW. Food and drink available.
JULY 24, 6-8 pm, free. Moonlight Concert by Scott and Johanna Hongell – Dorsell performing Scandinavian Celtic ballads on the lawn at the Open Space Visitor Center. Bring a chair or blanket. Open Space Visitor Center, 6500 Coors NW. Leave pets at home.
JULY 29/30, 11 am and every Thursday/Fri. in June, in person, $2. Tour of Torreon Mundos de Mestizaje fresco by Frederico Vigil. National Hispanic Cultural Center. Register at nhccnm.org.
JULY 30, 12 noon, Zoom. Sponsored by the Historical Society of New Mexico. Donna Pedace speaks on Scandalous Women of the Old West-Women who dared to be different. Will be recorded for future viewing on its you tube channel. Go to hsnm.org then programs then events. Request Zoom link by emailing, email@example.com
JULY 30/31/Aug. 1, free. Fridays/Saturdays 7-9 pm; Sundays 1-3 pm, Music in the Old Town Plaza Gazebo. Bring your own chair. More details on the City’s website, cabq.gov/oldtown or call 311.
JULY 30 and other Fridays, 4:30-7:30 pm, free. La Familia Growers Market, 100 Isleta SW @ Bridge Blvd. Includes arts and crafts, kids’ activities, food trucks, music, heritage workshops. Sponsored by the South Valley Main Street. Contact Biana Encinias @ 400-3635 for more info or southvalleymainstreeet@gmail.
JULY 30, 5-8 pm free. Music & Market at the historic El Vado Motel, 2500 Central SW. Food and drink available.
JULY 31, 9:45-11am. free. Duende on the Rio Grande, a family story telling event using puppets and interactive story telling. Open Space Visitor Center, 6500 Coors NW. Bring a blanket to sit on outside.
JULY 31, 1:30-3pm, in person. New Mexico historian Ray John de Aragon signs his book – El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro at Treasure House Books in Old Town.
AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION AT UNM, iaie.unm.edu. Watch several previously recorded programs about Native American education, the Dine language and more.
EL RANCHO DE LAS GOLONDRINAS. Go to Golondrinas.org and click on the Facebook icon on the right to watch a variety of past programs. Examples are: The Truchas Mill, El Horno, Sheep to Blanket, Chile & Wild Greens, NM Remedios.
NEW MEXICO HUMANITIES COUNCIL has numerous programs on their YouTube Channel including What Public Memorials mean in New Mexico, A Tribute to Rudolpho Anaya, Creating a Multi Cultural NM. Go to their website www.nmhumanities.org. Blackdom, a panel discussion about the southern NM town founded in 1903. There are programs about the French in New Mexico, Japanese Internment camps during WW II, Women’s Suffrage and the Rio Grande. Go to nmhum.org You tube channel.
HISTORIC SANTA FE FOUNDATION (historicSantaFe.or
Commemoration of the adoption of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution giving women the right to vote. Various Speakers including elected officials, poets, One Albuquerque Media Facebook page. https://www.facebook.co
Corrales Historical Society celebrates the 50th anniversary of the incorporation of the Village of Corrales and the 300th anniversary of the Corrales area. Historical displays all year at the Corrales Village Hall and in the windows of the Corrales Library. View more than 1500 photos now at UNM through econtent.unm.edu/digit
INDIAN PUEBLO CULTURAL CENTER — Thursdays – Sundays ! This includes the restaurant and gift shop. www.indianpueblo.org.
LIBRARY BRANCHES ARE OPEN AT VARIOUS TIMES. Call the library before you go there. Capacity limits so call to find best times to visit.
METRO AREA MUSEUMS HAVE REOPENED WITH DIFFERENT REGULATIONS, TICKETING & TIMES. Albuquerque Museum, Balloon Museum, National Museum of Nuclear Science & History, New Mexico Holocaust Museum. Check their websites for more details as to hours of operation, gift shops, etc.
MURALS OF ALBUQUERQUE (www.murosabq.com) This shows over 130 murals in the ABQ metro area. You click on each picture and it shows the mural, gives its title and address, describes the image, and the artists.
ONLINE TOUR OF THE 15 HISTORIC MURALS AT THE INDIAN PUEBLO CULTURAL CENTER The tour gives details of the artist and the dance or ritual illustrated in the mural. https://indianpueblo.or
Virtual Tour of the Downtown Main Library, 1975. Presented by Modern Albuquerque and sponsored by the Urban Enhancement Trust Fund. More information including the YouTube link to the live stream is on their Events page. See www.modernabq.org/events
Historic Carizozo, NM, see the winners of the New Mexico Magazine 2020 Photo Contest at the Tularosa Basin Photo Gallery. It is now open on Friday/Saturday 10 am-5 pm and Sundays from 12 noon-5pm. PhotoZozo.org, 575-937-1489.
Cibola County History Museum, 525 West High St., Grants NM. Social distancing and masks required. Go to cibolaHistory.org for more information.
OASIS SENIOR LEARNING IS PROVIDING ONLINE PROGRAMS. Contact 884-4529 or visit albuquerque.oasisnet.org
THE UNIVERSITY OF NEW MEXICO CENTER FOR SOUTHWEST RESEARCH AT ZIMMERMAN LIBRARY IS TAKING LIMITED APPOINTMENTS FOR RESEARCH. Go to their website to fill out an application, ELibrary.unm.edu
NUCLEAR MUSEUM – The Museum has a huge collection of oral history interviews (also transcribed) called Voices of the Manhattan Project. There are some 600 interviews of individuals who were either at the Manhattan Project or a family member who worked there. The interviews are organized into 39 categories such as: Internment of Japanese Americans, Life in the Secret cities, Hispanic employees, Native American. https://www.nuclearm
Historic Fairview Cemetery, 700 Yale SE. invites anyone to come and hoe tumbleweeds and goat heads. The cemetery is open dawn to dusk andaccessible through the gates of Fairview Memorial Park. Wear hard soled shoes & bring your own tools. www.HistoricFairviewCemeteryA
”Watch Early Jews in New Mexico presented by Ron Duncan Hart. Sponsored by the Historic Santa Fe Foundation. Go to HistoricSantaFe.org. for information.
75TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE END OF WW II – The War Years: Selected Images from the NM Digital Collection. Go to the website of the Center for SW Research/Zimmerman Library, Elibrary.unm.edu/csw
DAILY ACTIVITIES FOR KIDS & ADULTS AT THE MAXWELL MUSEUM OF ANTHROPOLOGY maxwellmuseum.unm
THE NEW MEXICO HISTORY MUSEUM has put many programs on Facebook or YouTube including The Santa Fe River in NM History presented by William Mee, ex. director of the Santa Fe Watershed Association and Andy Otto from Agua Fria. There are six videos telling the story of The Harvey Girls. YouTube https://www.YouTube.co
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VISIT THE SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARY Library branches have opened on a limited basis. Staff will help you with research or setting up an appointment by contacting specialcollections
TRIBUTES TO AUTHOR RUDOLFO ANAYA AND LINKS TO HIS ARCHIVES AT THE UNM CENTER FOR SOUTHWEST RESEARCH https://anaya.unm.edu Because of Rudolfo Anaya’s literary and cultural significance to New Mexico and to honor his legacy, UNM Libraries’ Department of Digital Initiative and Scholarly Resources (DISC) created the Rudolfo Anaya Digital Archive, a comprehensive online guide to his life and work. Oral histories, draft manuscripts, book covers, and an extensive bibliography of Anaya resources are available in the online archive. CSWR staff, and indeed, the entire UNM Libraries community is deeply saddened by Mr. Anaya’s death, one of New Mexico’s great writers and cultural icons. While his passing is a great loss, by placing his papers with CSWR he left an incredible gift to New Mexico. His work will be treasured and preserved in perpetuity in the Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections for future generations to enjoy. For detailed descriptions of the material in the Rudolfo A. Anaya Papers please see the CSWR finding aid at https://rmoa.unm.edu/docvi
Many museums now have virtual tours. Many museums and history organizations are providing free lectures & programs by using Zoom, YouTube or the Facebook page of the organization.(Note: you do NOT have to be a Facebook user to view the Facebook page of many organizations). Some of these require pre-registration so you may receive a “specific link and password”. The programs are recorded to watch later. Most programs are free but some groups are requiring payment of a fee prior to getting a link or password to access the site.
*****AMAZING HISTORY / CULTURE OPPORTUNITIES ONLINE*****
Many of the museums and cultural centers in the ABQ metro area have put programming on their websites, Facebook pages or YouTube links. This includes everything from:
- concerts, history lectures, video tours of various museum collections,
- photograph pod casts, curriculum and study guides for children, audio interviews,
All of this is free and even “low tech” individuals can navigate these websites There are YouTube channels available at no cost to watch to all. You are urged to explore many websites but especially these:
- CORONADO HISTORIC SITE- Watch numerous programs from the website of the Friends of Coronado Historic Site. Kuaua.org/presentations. You can also just listen by phone. All info on their website.
- NEW MEXICO HISTORY IN TEN MINUTES (newmexicohistory.org)
On the home page, go to the bottom and click on Video of the Month. The entire list of episodes will appear by clicking on the corner of the video. NM State Historian Rob Martinez is most engaging and informative and there are more than 40 Episodes. The episodes may be heard in chronological order or by topic which is introduced in the first minute or so of the episode.
- NATIONAL HISPANIC CULTURAL CENTER (www.nhccnm.org) La Hilacha Podcast-numerous podcasts including the 1918 Pandemic: What does History teach us by NM State Historian Rob Martinez. There are many videos about NM history related topics from the La Canoa series including Nina Otero Warren, New Mexican 20th Century Mujerota. You may visit various exhibits.
- NEW MEXICO PBS PODCASTS ON WOMEN & THE RIGHT TO VOTE. go to NewMexicoPBS.org/new-mexico
- ALBUQUERQUE MUSEUM OF ART & HISTORY http://www.cabq.gov/cu
lturalservices/albuquerque-mus eum Picture This! Podcast – short 5-6 minute podcasts (combo of voice and photographs) by Museum photo archivist Jill Hartke. The podcasts include: baseball in ABQ, downtown businesses in the early 1920s, local photos from 1969-1970, Lovelace astronauts, Streetcars and Motorettes (ABQ 1907-1920s).
- CIVIC AUDITORIUM HISTORY VIDEO (1957-1986) www.modernabq.org. Go to the Resources Tab, then the drop down to the three Civic Auditorium videos. They tell the story of the structure: why it was built, how it was used and why it was ultimately demolished.
- OUR FAIR NEW MEXICO: A VIRTUAL CONCERT SERIES OF NM MUSIC http://www.newmexicocult
ure.org/virtualconcerts Concer ts began on April 10 and there are numerous concerts by NM artists ranging from harpist Otilio Ruiz, Jemez flutist Marlon Magdalena, Lone Pinon, Dos Gatos, and Rob Martinez playing Northern NM music.
- INDIAN PUEBLO CULTURAL CENTER (indianpueblo.org) You may read about current and past exhibits. These include Matriarchs at the Heart of Pueblo Families and Recipes from a Pueblo Kitchen. The website also gives an overview of each of the 19 NM pueblos and lists the individual websites. Go to NativeAmericanHeritageMonth.go
v for links to the Smithsonian, National Endowment for Humanities, National Park Service, National Archives, Teacher resources and more.
- YOU CAN STILL WATCH THE INDIGENOUS PEOPLES DAY PROGRAM RECORDED OCTOBER 12 AT THE INDIAN PUEBLO CULTURAL CENTER – GO TO THEIR WEBSITE, indianpueblo.org.
- COULD COLUMBUS HAVE BEEN JEWISH AND SHOULD WE CARE? (YouTube) presented by Norma Libman and the New Mexico Jewish Historical Society. Use this link. To contact Norma directly go to her website www.normalibman.com.
- LAS CRUCES MUSEUM SYSTEM has many interesting history programs on their website/Facebook Page/YouTube. On line at the Las Cruces Museum Facebook page. www.facebook.com/LCmuseu
ms/ Call 575-541-2154 for more information, Kayla Myers. las-cruces.org/1523/mu seum. Branigan Center.
ALB OASIS LIFELONG LEARNING PRESENTS VARIOUS NM TOPICS www.albuquerque.oasisne
ALBUQUERQUE HISTORICAL SOCIETY ARCHIVED VIDEO PROGRAMS The Albuquerque Historical Society provides videos of scheduled program presentations that are live-streamed to the Society’s Facebook page. If viewed live, the Facebook live-stream event allows those who are unable to attend the opportunity to participate in the question and answer session following the event. The video presentations are permanently available in the “Videos” section of the AHS Facebook page, on the AHS YouTube Channel, as well as linked to from the appropriate AHS Program pages. Presentations captured on Facebook videos to date include:
- Life of Mrs. Carnis Salisbury: Albuquerque Fair Housing and Civil Rights Pioneer
Brian Eagan – June 20, 2021
- Doing History in a City Looking Forward
Albuquerque Museum Director Andrew Connors – April 18, 2021
- 60th Anniversary of Little Beaver Town
Roland Penttila – March 21, 2021
- An Iconic View: A Photographic Study of First and Central, 1880 to 2020
Richard Ruddy – February 21, 2021
- Historic Fairview Cemetery: Final Resting Place for Notable People in Albuquerque History
Gail Rubin, CT – January 17, 2021
- The Spanish Flu Pandemic in New Mexico 1918-1920
Rick Hendricks, Ph.D, – November 15, 2020
- Architectural History of Albuquerque’s Old Main Library
Teri Reynoso – October 18, 2020
- The Photo Heritage of Eddie Ross Cobb and Daphne Cobb: Unbending Courage and Creativity
Sueki (Susan) Woodward – September 20, 2020
- They Won the Vote! : Suffrage and Suffragists in New Mexico
Sylvia Ramos Cruz, M.D. – August 23, 2020
- Albuquerque Sculptor Herb Goldman
Lisa Goldman – July 19, 2020
- Secret Albuquerque: A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure
Ashley M. Biggers – June 21, 2020
- Albuquerque in the Nuclear Age
Duane Hughes – February 16, 2020
- Early History of the Albuquerque Open Space Program
Rex Funk – January 19, 2020
- A History Lover’s Guide to Albuquerque
Roger Zimmerman – November 17, 2019
- Ridgecrest Area History: The Parkland Hills Addition
Willam Dodge – October 20, 2019
- History of Menaul School
Dr. Christine Sierra – September 15, 2019
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