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The events listed below might interest the friends of New Mexico’s history, of course including the French in New Mexico, but also other events which lovers of Western History might want to attend in New Mexico and other places. These are the events I know about, many are missing !!!

This section is regularly updated.
Please send me information about your events, fmpatorni@earthlink.net

May 19, 2018 – 1:00 to 3:30pm
Santa Fe
The Hunings, a Pioneer New Mexico Merchant Family
Presentation by Baldwin G. Burr.
Under the program of the Santa Fe Trail Association-End of Trail Chapter.
At the Santa Fe Public Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive.

June 9, 2018 (tentative date) – 10:30am
Albuquerque
Talk by Nancy Tucker
The Golden Age of Postcards in Albuquerque (Part 3): Stationers, Printers, Curio Dealers and more.
Between 1900 and 1920, Albuquerque hosted at least 19 different companies which published postcards of local views.  Stationers were a logical source of unique views of the city, and owners such as S.E. Newcomer, E.J. Strong and O.A. Matson were prominent.  Printers like Albright and Anderson and the Commercial Printing Company also issued postcards, as did curio dealers like Benham’s, Wright’s, and John Lee Clarke.  The city even had a pharmacist, W.E. Bauer, who marketed tourist views of the city along with his pills and potions. At Botts Hall Special Collections Library, 423 Central Ave NE (northwest corner of Edith).

June 23rd, 2018 – 1pm to 3pm
Mora (at the mill), New Mexico
Annual Meeting of the St. Vrain Mill Foundation

August 17-19, 2018
Pueblo, Colorado
Genealogical Society of Hispanic America (GSHA) Genealogical Conference and Annual Business Meeting

September 15, 2018 – 1:00 to 3:30pm
Santa Fe
Racism Moves West on the Trails
Presentation by Camilla Kattell.
Under the program of the Santa Fe Trail Association-End of Trail Chapter.
At the Santa Fe Public Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive.

September 20-22, 2018
Larned, KS
Santa Fe Trail Center Rendezvous

October 13, 2018 (tentative date) – 10:30am
Albuquerque
Talk by Nancy Tucker
Albuquerque?  Funny?  Ha!  You betcha!  Comic postcards by Albuquerque publishers.  From the 1930s into the 1960s, Albuquerque postcard producers big and small took on the tourist market with humorous postcards filled with stereotyped images of cowboys, Indians and tourist dudes.  We’ll look at cards, funny or not, by Babcock & Borough, Standley-May, Ward Anderson Printing, Herbert Hyde and even Fred Harvey.  (No, not THAT Fred Harvey!). At Botts Hall Special Collections Library, 423 Central Ave NE (northwest corner of Edith).

October 17-20, 2018
San Antonio, Texas
58th Annual Western History Association Conference
Re-imagining Race and Ethnicity in the West
Check the website for details: https://www.westernhistory.org/2018

November 2-4, 2018
San Antonio, Texas
2018 Family History Conference
http://www.txsgs.org/call-for-presentations/

November 17, 2018 – 1:00 to 3:30pm
Santa Fe
Women Writers on the Santa Fe Trail
Presentation by Leo Oliva.
Under the program of the Santa Fe Trail Association-End of Trail Chapter.
At the Santa Fe Public Library, 6599 Jaguar Drive.

September 3-7, 2019
Santa Fe
OCTA Convention
Southern Trails Chapter of the Oregon-California Trails Association (OCTA)
http://www.octa-trails.org/

September 25-28, 2019
St Louis, MO
Santa Fe Trail Association Symposium

September 24-26, 2020
Larned, KS
Santa Fe Trail Center Rendezvous

September 22-26, 2021
La Junta, CO
Santa Fe Trail Association Symposium Bent’s Old Fort NHS

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