This collection contains issues of newspapers published by the Agricultural Extension Service of New Mexico State University from 1912-1974.
The Framework for Spaceport Operations is an evolving collection of documents and information that represents available documentation of industry best practices. The collection was created and made accessible by a multi-agency, multi-partner research team led by NMSU and funded by the FAA Center of Excellence for Commercial Space Transportation.
Collection of digital items that celebrates the centennial of New Mexico's statehood in 2012.
This collection currently contains NMSU undergraduate academic catalogs from 1890 to the present.
This collection of approximately 3,200 documents provides over 100 years of research-based information about agriculture, health, economics, family life and natural resources. It includes Circulars, Guides, Handbooks, Annual Data Reports, Research Reports and Bulletins, Technical Reports and Task Force Reports from 1890 to present.
The New Mexico State University Library Newsletter collection contains past library newsletters. These newsletters, searchable by keyword or year, contain much information about history of the Library's programs and services.
The NMSU Yearbooks collection consists of 95 editions of the student yearbook, from its first publication in 1907 to its final edition in 1992. Originally named the Swastika, and later renamed The Phoenix, these student yearbooks contain a wealth of university history and nostalgia.
More than 500,000 photographic items from the Rio Grande Historical Collections, with materials that cover almost 150 years of image making in New Mexico and the Southwest and pertain to all aspects of the state's cultural heritage.
The student newspaper has been published since 1893 and it is one of the most highly requested resources in the Archives' collections at the NMSU Library.
The Zuhl collection showcases thousands of beautiful specimens of petrified wood, fossils and minerals. The majority of the pieces can be viewed at the Zuhl Museum but don't miss the displays in the Zuhl Library.