Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections
The University of New Mexico's Center for Southwest Research and Special Collections (CSWR) specializes in preserving historical manuscripts, books, photographs, architectural drawings, recordings, and other library materials relating to New Mexico, the Southwestern U.S., and Latin America. It also houses the UNM University Archives, as well as a collection of rare books on various topics from around the world.
Through exhibitions, lecture series, and primary-source-based instruction, the Center is committed to engaging students, scholars, and the general public. To learn more, browse the "About the Center" section at right.
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Use the tabs at left to find materials in the library catalog, archival finding aids, and digital resources.
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Archival Materials (RMOA)
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New Mexico Digital Collections
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New Mexico Digital Collections includes materials from libraries, archives, and museums throughout the state.
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A guide to selected newspaper and magazine clippings, brochures, and other ephemera on New Mexico topics.
Request materials online or in the Anderson Reading Room.
CSWR Online Exhibits
University Archives and Administrative Records
This collection holds university administrative or operational records, such as meeting minutes, budgets, policy documents, and internal communications.
New Mexico Newspapers
A guide to digital and print resources.
Includes guides on African Americans in New Mexico, J. B. Jackson, John Gaw Meem, Land Grants and Water Issues in New Mexico, Latin American Collections (Archival), Route 66, and Spanish Colonial and Mexican Documents.
Cultural heritage materials from 12 New Mexico institutions are available here, including photographs, documents, maps, posters, art, music, and video.Tony Hillerman Portal
Digital reproductions of Hillerman's manuscripts, screenplays, and papers, as well as a complete catalog of his published works.UNM's Digital Repository
Digital copies of scholarly publications from UNM faculty, graduate student theses and dissertations from 2009 through the present, UNM administrative records, and more.