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FRAY ANGELICO CHAVEZ MEMORIAL HISTORY LIBRARY AND PHOTOGRAPHIC ARCHIVE Materials do not circulate. General public may use materials in-house. Restrictions on use of materials (some may not be photocopied). Collection focuses on original New Mexican documents, contemporary manuscript collections, rare books, maps, newspapers, WPA records, and selected indexes. History Library Catalog
INSTITUTE OF AMERICAN INDIAN ARTS LIBRARY General public may use materials in-house. Open to IAIA community members. Students enrolled in a New Mexico college or university may request a "Passport" from their institution's library and may borrow IAIA circulating materials. Collection focuses on Native American Culture and Arts and the Arts in general. Institute of American Indian Arts Catalog
LABORATORY OF ANTHROPOLOGY LIBRARY Non-circulating collection. General public may use materials in-house. Collection focuses on college-level materials in Southwest anthropology including ethnology, archaeology, linguistics, and physical anthropology. Holdings include anthropology journals.
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL SERVICE LIBRARY Open to legislators and legislative staff. General public may use materials in-house. Limited photocopying by staff is provided. Collection focuses on New Mexico state legislative materials including bills and bill tracking tools, reports by the legislature, and session publications. A data file is maintained for state legislators from statehood to present. Current materials are also available online at New Mexico Legislature's website.
NEW MEXICO MUSEUM OF ART LIBRARY General public may use materials in-house. Collection focuses on New Mexico artists within the national and international context. Art, photography, museum periodicals, exhibition catalogs, and artist biographies are available. Museum of New Mexico catalog
NEW MEXICO STATE LIBRARY General public may use materials in-house. Collection focuses on government and public policy issues, federal and state government publications, the Southwest Region, Library and Information Science, and general reference. Computers are available for public use as is a Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped. New Mexico State Library Catalog
NEW MEXICO STATE RECORDS AND ARCHIVES General public may use materials in-house. Collection contains primary documents and materials pertaining to New Mexico from 1621 to the present. State Records and Archives catalog
OFFICE OF THE STATE ENGINEER LIBRARY Collection focuses on the history, science, law, management, and use of water resources in New Mexico and the surrounding region. Primarily hydrology and geology. Office of the State Engineer Catalog Hydrology Bureau reports may only be obtained by contacting the Bureau. Closed to the public.
PALACE OF THE GOVERNORS PHOTO ARCHIVE contains an estimated 800,000 items including historic photographic prints, cased photographs, glass plate negatives, film negatives, stereographs, photo postcards, panoramas, color transparencies, and lantern slides. A searchable online database of images in the Photo Archives is available at New Mexico's Digital Collections. The collection does not circulate.
SANTA FE COMMUNITY COLLEGE Open to students, faculty, and general staff. General public may use materials in-house. The collection supports the college's curriculum, Southwest History, as well as fiction and general reference. Santa Fe Community College catalog
SANTA FE UNIVERSITY OF ART AND DESIGN (COLLEGE OF SANTA FE) Open to students and staff.Community memberships are available. . Collection includes academic orientation, a large Southwest collection, the performing arts, film, and video book collections. Libraries include the Fogelson Library, the Newhall Library, and the Chase Art History Library.
ST. JOHN'S COLLEGE Open to community members and New Mexico Consortium of Academic Library members. Santa Fe and area residents can register as a Community Borrower for a fee. Collection Focuses on Classics of Western European civilization, especially histories of philosophy, music, religion and science, as well as music scores and LP records. St. John's College Meem Library Catalog
SUPREME COURT LAW LIBRARY Open to the public with a loan period of one week. Must show proof of New Mexico residence and photo I.D. to obtain a library card. Collection Focuses on New Mexico and U.S. legal materials. New Mexico and federal statutes, opinions and law reviews are all available in electronic form. Catalog.
updated July 12, 2012