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Descriptive Summary

Biographical Sketch

Scope and Contents Note

Restrictions

Index Terms

Related Material

Administrative Information

Description of Series

Personal and Biographical, 1947-2002

Correspondence, 1979-1998

Written Works

Talks and Speeches

Teaching

Professional

Collected Material

Research Material

Audio-Visual Materials

Artifacts

The Benson Latin American Collection

Jim Sagel Papers, 1947-2002



Descriptive Summary

Creator Sagel, Jim
Title Jim Sagel Papers
Dates: 1947-2002
Abstract The personal and professional papers of New Mexican chicanesque author and educator Jim Sagel. Includes biographical material, correspondence, written works, teaching and other professional records, and audiovisual material.
Accession No. 2005-04
OCLC Record No. 76032578
Extent 55 linear feet
Language English and Spanish
Repository Benson Latin American Collection, The University of Texas at Austin

Biographical Sketch

Writer and educator Jim Sagel was born in 1947 in Fort Morgan, Colorado, to parents Edward and Betty Sagel. The eldest of three brothers in the farming family, Jim graduated from Fort Morgan High School in 1965, and published his earliest piece in the school’s literary newspaper “Prufrock” that same year. He continued his education at the University of Colorado at Boulder, where he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English in 1969. Later that year, Sagel moved to Española, New Mexico, and began substitute teaching at Española Valley High School, where he met Teresa Archuleta, a native of the Española Valley. They married in 1970. Sagel continued to teach high school in northern New Mexico until 1976, when he received a Master of Arts in Creative Writing from the University of New Mexico for his thesis “Rebuilt,” a poetry collection.

Sagel’s tenure at Northern New Mexico Community College started in 1976, and during his 22-year career as a university instructor, he taught at the Institute of American Indian Art (Santa Fe), at University of New Mexico campuses in Los Alamos, Española, Santa Fe and Taos, and at campuses in Peñaso, Gallina, and Mesa Vista. He was appointed director of the Division of Humanities at the University of New Mexico in Los Alamos, a position he held until his death in 1998. He was awarded the Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts in 1993 and appointed the Carruthers Chair in Honors in the UNM General Honors program.

Of Prussian descent, Sagel arrived in New Mexico neither speaking nor writing Spanish. He quickly determined, however, that mastery of the language was a necessary skill. With the help of his wife’s family, particularly his father- and mother-in-law, Jacobo and Matilde Archuleta, Sagel learned Spanish solely through contact with native speakers, and began to write in both English and Spanish. Three collections of his bilingual poetry, Hablando de brujas y la gente de antes, Foreplay and French Fries, and Small Bones, Little Eyes, were published in 1981. In the same year, Sagel won Cuba’s Premio Casa de las Américas for his Spanish-language collection of short stories Tunomás Honey. Sagel was the second United States citizen in the prize’s history to win the prestigious award, and Tunomás Honey remains Sagel’s most-recognized work.

As a result of the recognition accompanying this achievement, Sagel became a controversial figure within the Chicano literary community. Though Sagel was widely praised for the quality of his work and for the precision of the vernacular New Mexican Spanish in which it was written, his ethnicity made him difficult to categorize. Given that the subjects and themes of his works pertained to the Hispanic communities of New Mexico, the descriptive term “Chicanesque” was applied to Sagel’s pieces. Coined by Chicano literary critics Donaldo Urioste and Franciso Lomelí, chicanesque works sympathetically treat subjects relevant to the Chicano community, but are written by are written by non-Chicano authors.

Sagel continued to pen English-language and bilingual essays, short stories, poetry and children’s literature throughout the 1980s and 1990s. He was also a regular contributor of local-interest feature articles to the Albuquerque Journal from 1981 to 1996, researching and writing over 150 pieces for that newspaper. His 1992 collection Dancing to Pay the Light Bill drew from these articles and others Sagel published in New Mexico Magazine. A 1990 collaboration with photographer Jack Parsons, Straight from the Heart: Portraits of Traditional Hispanic Musicians, featured an essay by Sagel that accompanied Parson’s photos of traditional New Mexican singers.

Two more bilingual poetry collections followed Sagel’s early efforts: Los cumpleaños de Doña Águeda (1984) and On the Make Again/Otra vez en la movida (1990), and in 1994 the Venezuelan press Espada Rota published Remedios: Una colección de poemas curativos. In keeping with the bilingual publication of Tunomás Honey in 1983, Sagel wrote three more short story collections, producing Sábelotodo Entiéndelonada (1988), El Santo Queso/The Holy Cheese (1990) and Más que no love it (1991), collections for which he wrote complete Spanish and English versions of each story.

Sagel’s series of bilingual children’s books, Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow/Donde soplan los vientos de canela (1993), Garden of Stories/Jardín de cuentos (1996), and Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón (1998), were met with much popular interest, as was his final collection of poetry, Unexpected Turn (1997). In 1997, he won the Premio San Sebastián for his Spanish-language play Doña Refugio y su comadre (Kuxta, 1997), a work that was performed bilingually in Española in 1998.

As an editor, Sagel prepared special editions of the literary journals Suntracks and Puerto del sol, and compiled the Resiembra (1982) literary anthology, efforts which placed him in contact with regional authors, and led to relationships that he continued to cultivate throughout his professional career. He also acted as a consultant on the local Spanish dialect used in the Spanish-language editions of the Pleasant Company’s American Girls: Josefina series. Sagel’s professional association with the New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities and various education-related state agencies resulted in numerous speaking and workshop engagements throughout the state.

After suffering from bouts of depression throughout his adult life, Sagel committed suicide at the Sevilleta Wildlife Refuge in Socorro, New Mexico on April 6, 1998.

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Scope and Contents Note

The personal and professional papers of New Mexican author and educator Jim Sagel consist of ten series: Personal and Biographical , Correspondence, Written Works, Talks and Speeches, Teaching, Professional, Collected Material, Research Material, Audio-Visual Materials, and Artifacts.

The   Personal and Biographical series consists of diplomas, family-related documents, dream journals, date books, articles and works about Sagel, and materials relating to Sagel’s death.   Correspondence includes ongoing correspondence with Sandra Cisneros, Denise Chávez, José Antonio Burciaga, Nasario Garcia, and John Nichols among others.   Written Works is divided into nine subseries: Children’s Literature, Editorial Work, Essays, Novels, Plays, Poetry, Short Stories, Textbook, and Notebooks. The content of each of the subseries can include notes, notebooks, outlines, draft fragments, drafts, proofs, publication information, publications, and reviews and publicity, in that order.   Talks and Speeches includes an inventory of the speaker’s associations to which Sagel belonged, typescripts of his speeches, newspaper articles announcing talks, and information about workshops Sagel offered.   Teaching is comprised of course materials, lesson plans, handouts (both Sagel’s original work and copies of other material), teaching-related paperwork, teaching materials, and student writing.   Professional contains materials relating to Sagel’s professional careers as an author and as a university instructor. It incorporates paperwork regarding Sagel’s publishing, university teaching, grant applications, and involvement in literary conferences.   Collected Material consists of unique books, articles, and collections written by others that Sagel acquired. Many of these works are by fellow writers whom Sagel knew personally, or with whom he corresponded.   Research Material includes handwritten notes, newspaper clippings, articles, and papers Sagel used in his writing, teaching, and personal life.   Audio-Visual Materials contains photographs, artwork, a compact disc, videocassette tapes, and cassette tapes.   Artifacts includes such miscellaneous items as oversized photographs, plaques, personal items, and folk art.

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Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Unrestricted.

Use Restrictions

Standard copyright restrictions apply.

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Index Terms

The Jim Sagel Papers are classified under the following Subject Headings:
Sagel, Jim--Archives
Mexican American literature (Spanish)--New Mexico
Chicanesque literature
Authors, American--New Mexico--Sources
Mexican Americans--New Mexico--Social life and customs
American literature--New Mexico--Sources
New Mexico--Social life and customs
Other Authors
Archuleta, Teresa

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Related Material

The Benson Latin American Collection holds a number of Sagel's works, as well as a dvd copy of the film "The Unexpected Turn of Jim Sagel/La vuelta inesperada de Jim Sagel" by Pilar Rodriguez Aranda at call number DVD 4978 LAC-Z.

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Cite as: Jim Sagel Papers, Benson Latin American Collection, University of Texas Libraries, the University of Texas at Austin.

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Box and Folder Inventory

 

Personal and Biographical, 1947-2002

This series is comprised of materials pertaining to Sagel’s personal and family life, and to his death. It includes correspondence from his wife, Teresa Archuleta-Sagel, numerous newspaper and magazine articles about Sagel, and three Master’s theses and a film script concerning Sagel and his work. The materials relating to Sagel’s death consist of his autopsy, a police report from the Sevilleta refuge, documents from the memorials commemorating Sagel’s life (including the performance of Doña Refugio y su comadre), obituary articles, condolence letters, and letters to Teresa after Sagel’s death. An appraisal of the Sagel Archive by John Randall, and a preliminary index and notes for the archive complete the section. The series also contains the content listing of the Sagel Archive housed at the University of New Mexico at Los Alamos.
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1 1 Baby Book, 1947
2 Childhood postcard, 1962
3 Megaphone: Fort Morgan High School Newspaper, 28 May 1965
4 High School Graduation Commencement Program, 3 June 1965
5 Fort Morgan High School Diploma, 1965
6 University of Colorado transcripts, 1965-1969
7 University of Colorado diploma, 1969
8 Master of Arts student loan, 1972
9 University of New Mexico transcripts, 1970-1975
10 University of New Mexico Master of Arts Exam, 1975
11 New Mexico Teaching Certification, 1976
12 El Paisano yearbook, 1969
13 Sant Cruz Crusader yearbook, 1975
14 Memberships and Registrations, 1984-1990
15 Curriculum vitae
16 Awards and Certificates of recognition, 1984-1995
17 1993 Governor's Award nomination
18 Sagel Family Geneology, N.d.
19 Sagel Family Tree, N.d.
20 Sagel Family Funerals, 1987-1993
21 Edward Sagel obituary and funeral materials, 1994
22 Edward Sagel will, 1991-1995
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2 1 Edward Sagel funeral: Betty Sagel letter, 1994
2 Edward Sagel funeral: condolence letters, N.d.
Teresa Archuleta-Sagel correspondence:
3 1972-1995
4-5 N.d. [2 folders]
6 Items from Teresa Archuleta-Sagel, N.d.
7 Marriage vow renewal ceremony, N.d.
8 Teresa Archuleta-Sagel family tree, N.d.
9 Jacobo Archuleta eulogy, N.d.
10 Donald Martinez obituary, 1992
Dream Journals:
11 1992
12 1994-1995
13 N.d.
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3 1 N.d.
2 Past life regression, N.d.
3 Jim's Tantric Numerology, N.d.
4 "Jim Sagel" name analysis, N.d.
5 Horoscope chart, 1992
6 52-year birthday chart analysis, N.d.
7 "Jim Sagel" name numerology, N.d.
8 Yoga materials, N.d.
9 Mental health records, 1985-1992
10 Vaccination records, 1947-1985
11 Medical records, 1985
12 Health insurance forms, 1989-1990
13 Arroyo del Gaucho berm complaint, 1996
14 Dalkon Shield lawsuit, 1987-1996
15 Tax and financial materials, 1983-1990
16 Loose reciepts, 1987-1994
17 Cartoon collection, N.d.
18 Sationary and craft projects, N.d.
19 Personal contacts, N.d.
20 Business cards, N.d.
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4 1 Loose Notes, N.d.
2 Collected personal materials, N.d.
3 Maps, N.d.
Music:
4 "Mujeres", N.d.
5 The Freewheelin' Bob Dylan, N.d.
6 Loose songs 1, N.d.
7 Loose songs 2, N.d.
8 Bob Dylan, Desire, N.d.
9 The Songs of Paul Simon, N.d.
10 Randy Newman, N.d.
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5 Datebooks:
1 1984
2 1985
3 1986
4 1987
5 1988
6 1989
7 1990
8 1991
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6 1 1992
2 1993
3 1994
4 1996
5 1997
6 1998
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7 Newsclippings about Sagel [in chronological order]:
1 "Valley Author Wins Acclaim." Rio Grande Sun, 18 June 1981
2 "2 Authors Leave Bit of Themselves." Albquerque Journal, 16 August 1981
3 "Poet Finds His Peace in Adopted Valley." Albuquerque Journal, 31 August 1981
4 "How an Anglo from Española Passed for Chicano." Santa Fe Reporter, 24 February 1982
5 "Literatura, Lenguaje Chicano." La Opinión, 7 August 1983
6 "Prize-Winning Author from Española Better Known Outside United States." Albuquerque Journal North, 9 November 1983
7 "Por todos rumbos se escribe bien de Nuevo Mexico." Santa Fe New Mexican, 12 November 1983
8 "La narrativa chicana." Santa Fe Reporter, 30 November 1983
9 "La obra de Jim Sagel: Una toma de posición." Rio Grande Sun, 28 April 1985
10 "Literary Lives." Los Alamos Monitor, 30 January 1986
11 "Sagel Thinks in Spanish, Translates to English." The Taos News, 7 August 1986
12 "Special Art Exhibit." UNM-LA Pinnacle, January 1987
13 "Not Instantly Enamored, But...." Rio Grande Sun, 12 March 1987
14 "Writer Living a Storied Life." Los Alamos Monitor, 20 May 1987
15 "The Storyteller Returns." Santa Fe New Mexican, 30 June 1987
16 "Masterful Interplay of Spanish, English." Pasatiempo, 8-14 December 1989
17 "Author Lives at Heart of Northern NM Folk Culture." Albuquerque Journal, 23 March 1990
18 "Sagel Named to Humanities Post." Los Alamos Monitor, 29 May 1990
19 "Sagel: Defender of Hispanic Culture." Rio Grande Sun, 23 August 1990
20 "Bilingual Approach Hallmark of Poet-Author Jim Sagel." The Centennial Campaigner, November 1990
21 "Sagel Receives Literary Award." Rio Grande Sun, 13 December 1990
22 "Internationally-Known Author Teaches in LA." Los Alamos Monitor, 19 December 1990
23 "The Art of Giving." Pasatiempo, 21-27 December 1990
24 "Sagel Shares Learning with Students." Rio Grande Sun, 3 January 1991
25 "'Natividad' Signals Birth of Writer." Los Alamos Monitor, 27 January 1991
26 "Culture Clash." Contemporary, 1 September 1991
27 "Silent No Longer: Four Chicana Poets to Read Works at Festival." Pasatiempo, 25 October 1991
28 "Quincentennial Raises Many Questiosn Addressed by Author Jim Sagel." Hispania, 27 May 1992
28 "Working From Reality in New Mexico." Albuquerque Journal, 21 June 1992
29 "Quien es quien en Nuevo Mexico: Jim Sagel." El Hispano News, 31 July 1992
30 "Cultura Nuevomexicana." La Raza, 28 August-3 September 1992
31 "Publisher Owes Start to a Book." Denver Post, 28 Ocoter 1992
32 "'Spanglish' Mixes Two Cultures." Portales News-Tribune, 9 April 1993
33 "Noted Writer Finds Inspiration in Town." Daily Lobo, 9 April 1993
34 "Jim Sagel: Literatura bilingue hecha en casa." Santa Fe New Mexican, 6 December 1993
35 "Sagel's Imaginative Fantrasies Are Grounded in 'La Cultura.'" Pasatiempo, 17-23 December 1993
36 "Instructors Wed Writing and Yoga in UNM-LA Class." Los Alamos Monitor, 31 July 1994
37 "Gente: Jim Sagel." Siglo 21, 5 January 1995
38 "'Como agua para chocolate' evidenció un mercado potencial en español: Sagel." La Jornada, 14 October 1995
39 "Voices of New Mexico: Jim Sagel." American Way, 15 October 1995
40 "Jim Sagel." The New Mexican, 14 July 1986
41 "Acclaimed Writer Shuns, Defies Labels." Albuquerque Journal North, 15 December 1996
42 "Author Jim Sagel Writes First Draft in His Second Language." Salsa!, April 1997
43 "Valley Author Wins Acclaim." Rio Grande Sun, 18 June 1981
44 "Local Author Recipient of International Literary Award." Los Alamos Monitor, 24 February 1998
45 "Jim Sagel." UNM Campus News, 6 April 1998
46 "Sagel Teaches Language from Second Childhood." Los Alamos Monitor, N.d.
47 "Spotlight: Mr. Jim Sagel." ESAA Nerwsletter, N.d.
48 "Española writer Jim Sagel." No publication, N.d.
49 "EVHS Teacher Aims of Make HS Literature Fun." No publication, N.d.
50 "Former Local Man Wins Writing Award." No publication, N.d.
51 "Literature as an Art Form." No publication, N.d.
52 "Brings Memories." No publication, N.d.
53 "Sagel to Teach Class." No publication, N.d.
54 "School Personnel Approved." No publication, N.d.
55 "Writer to Lead Workshop." No publication, N.d.
Works About Sagel
56 National Public Radio Interview
57 Master's Thesis: André Knaebel, "Palabras que pintan imágenes," 17 April 1997
58 Master's Thesis: Lawrence Benton, "The Real Alien," N.d.
59 Master's Thesis: Virginia Dessús, "El mundo chicano en Tunomás Honey," 1987
60 Short Story: Raúl Caballero "Secuencia de un día lluvioso," 30 January 1987
61 "El Corrido de Don Jim" N.d.
62 Film: Pilar Rodríguez, "The Unexpected Turn of Jim Sagel," 1999
63 Film: Pilar Rodríguez, "The Unexpected Turn of Jim Sagel," script N.d.
Materials relating to Sagel's death
64 "Last crazy notes" N.d.
65 Autopsy April 1998
66 Police report on Sagel's death 6 April 1998
67 Teresa Archuleta-Sagel's notes regarding Jim's disappearance N.d.
68 Eulogy: Carmella Padilla 24 April 1998
69 Song: Valerie, "Epifanio's descent" March 1993
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8 1 Memorials:
1 Memorial: UNM-LA 22 April 1998
2 Memorial: UNM-Taos 9 May 1998
3 Memorial: UNM 6 May 1998
4 Memorial: UNM, Cecilio Garcia-Camarillo poem 6 May 1998
5 Memorial: UNM, Carlos Ramírez 6 May 1998
6 Poem: Nasario García, "Unos recuerdos" 4 June 1998
7 Memorial: Las Cruces, Denise Chávez 5 June 1998
8 Memorial: Española 19 June 1998
9 "Jim Sagel Day" proclamation by Mayor of Española 19 June 1998
10 Memorial: Española, Negatives 19 June 1998
11 Memorial: Española, Photographs 1 19 June 1998
12 Memorial: Española Photographs 2 19 June 1998
13 Commemoration: Medellín 28 August 1998
14 Tumblewords reprint request 22 September 1998
15 Memorial altar: Victoria Plata 10 October- 1 November 1998
16 Red Crane Book Catalogue 1998
17 "Sagel Award-Winning Play at El Río." Rio Grande Sun, 22 October 1998
18 "Espinoza to Direct Award-Winning Sagel Play." Rio Grande Sun, 29 October 1998
19 "Doña Refugio Shows Jim Sagel at His Best." Pasatiempo, 30 Ocotber- 5 November 1998
20 "'Doña Refugio' to Premiere Thrusday." Rio Grande Sun, 5 November 1998
21 "Benefit Performance Plays Before a Full House." No publication, N.d.
22 Doña Refugio y su comadre: Autographed script and stage directions N.d.
23 Doña Refugio y su comadre: Production script and playbill November 1998
24 Doña Refugio y su comadre: Production script N.d.
25 Highlands University Lecture Series 1998-1999
26 Jim Sagel Writing Prize: Red Crane Press 1998-1999
27 UNM-LA tree-planting ceremony 6 April 1999
28 Jim Sagel Memorial Endowment: UNM-LA 1998-1999
29 Memorial Dedication: Estrella del Sur September 1999
30 Publication offer: Editorial Castilla 2001
31 Jim Sagel Memorial Lecture Series 1999-2002
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9 Obituary articles
1 "Sagel Dead." Santa Fe Reporter, 8-14 April 1998
2 "Obituary: Jim E. Sagel." Albuquerque Journal North, 8 April 1998
3 "Renowned Writer Sagel Dies." Albuquerque Journal North, 8 April 1998
4 "Anglo Writer Who Bridged Two Cultures Dies at Age 50." Santa Fe Reporter, 8 April 1998
5 "Writer Jim Sagel Dies at 50." Fort Morgan Times, 9 April 1998
6 "Writer Jim Sagel Found Dead." Rocky Mountain News, 9 April 1998
7 "Jim Sagel, Award-Winning Author, Poet Dead at 50." Rio Grande Sun, 9 April 1998
8 "Renowned Author Jim Sagel Dies Near Socorro." Rio Grande Sun, 9 April 1998
9 "In Memorium: Jim Sagel." UNM Campus Newss, 13 April 1998
10 "Pasó por aquí: Jim Sagel." The New Mexican , 14 April 1998
11 "Artists, Writer Left a Legacy." Albuquerque Journal North, 15 April 1998
12 "Friend's Leaving a Sad Mystery." Westminster Window, 16 April 1998
13 "An Unflinching Eye." Santa Fe Reporter, 22-28 April 1998
14 "NM Authors to Read in Honor of Sagel's Death." UNM Daily Lobo, 5 May 1998
15 "Remembering Jim Sagel." Santa Fe Reporter, 6-12 May 1998
16 "Sagel Memorial Set." Rio Grande Sun, 21 May 1998
17 "El que nunca murió." El nuevo mexicano, 15 May 1998
18 "The Voice of Jim Sagel." Santa Fe Reporter, 17-23 June 1998
19 "Celebration Set to Honor Jim Sagel." Rio Grande Sun, 18 June 1998
20 "Jim Sagel: Titles in Stock." Rio Grande Sun, 18 June 1998
21 "Sagel Remembered Through Dance, Art and Poetry." Rio Grande Sun, 25 June 1998
22 "Pasó por aquí: Jim Sagel." Poetry Flash, June/July 1998
23 "Dedication." Rio Grande Sun, 2 July 1998
24 "Other Spanish Market Artists Who Have Passed Away During the Year." Spanish Market 1998, 23-26 July 1998
25 "Noted Bilingual Author Loved NM 'Spanglish.'" Albuquerque Journal, N.d.
26 "Ceremony to Eulogize Jim Sagel." Albuquerque Journal, N.d.
27 "In Memory of Jim Sagel." UNM Northern Campuses, N.d.
28 "UNM-LA Instructor Jim Sagel Dies." Los Alamos Monitor, N.d.
Condolence Letters
29 A- [various]
30 B- [various]
31 C- [various]
32 D- [various]
33 E-F- [various]
34 Estés, Claudia 16 April 1998
35 G-K- [various]
36 L- [various]
37 M- [various]
38 N-P- [various]
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10 1 R- [various]
2 S- [various]
3 T-V- [various]
4 W-Z- [various]
5 "Vicky" [various]
6 No Last Name [various]
7 Anonymous [various]
8 Letters to Teresa after Jim's death 1998-1999
Materials related to the Sagel archives:
9 Index for Segment of Sagel Archive N.d.
10 John Randall's Appraisal of Sagel Archives 8 January 2001
11 Pilar Rodríguez Archive Notes N.d.
11 UNM-LA Sagel Archive Contents 6 May 2002

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Correspondence, 1979-1998

This series includes professional correspondence with the presses that published Sagel’s work in book form: West End, Bilingual Review, Casa de las Américas, Red Crane, Ediciones del Norte, Place of Herons, and Cinco Puntos, among others. The series features solicitations for literary prizes, communication with literary agents, and letters from family, friends and colleagues. Correspondence between Sagel and numerous other authors (American, Latin American and Spanish) and educators is included, as is a congratulatory letter from Tomás Rivera in support of Sagel’s work.
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11 1 Ab-Af [various]
2 Ag-Ai [various]
3 Aguilar, Ricardo, 1990-1998
4 Al [various]
5 Am-Ap [various]
6 Ar [various]
7 Arpiazu, Miguel, 1998
8 As [various]
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12 1 At-Ay [various]
2 Ba-Be [various]
3 Benton, Lawrence, 1984-1991
4 Bergholz, Susan, 1989-1994
5 Bi-Bl [various]
6 Bilingual Review/Press, 1983-1996
7 Binder, Wolfgang, 1983-1984
8 Bo [various]
9 Br [various]
10 Bu-By [various]
11 Burciaga, Cecilia, 1997-1998
12 Burciaga, José Antonio, 1983-1989
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13 1 Burciaga, José Antonio, 1991-N.d.
2 Ca [various],
3 Caballero, Raúl, 1983-1992
4 Casa de las Américas, 1983-1997
5 Ce [various]
6 Certámen [various]
7 Ch [various]
8 Chávez, Denise, 1986-1997
9 Chicano Literary Contest, 1987-1993
10 Christensen, Will and Naomi, 1985-N.d.
11 Chronicle Books, 1993-1996
12 Ci-Cl [various]
13 Ciddio, Jessica, 1997-1998
14 Cinco Puntos Press, 1986-1997
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14 1 Cisneros, Sandra, 1984-1998
2 Co [various]
3 Cobos, Rubén, 1987-1998
4 Cody, Jim, 1984-1991
5 Concurso [various]
6 Consulado de México, 1992-1995
7 Cordova, Debbie, 1988-1997
8 Cr-Cu [various]
9 Crawford, John, 1987-N.d.
10 Cuesta, Martín, 1992-1998
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15 1 Da [various]
2 De [various]
3 Del Solar, Daniel, 1984-1998
4 Del Valle, Mario, 1989-1998
5 Denton, Margery, 1991-N.d.
6 Dessús, Virginia, 1985-1997
7 Di-Do [various]
8 DiSuvero, Victor, 1993
9 Dorris, Michael, 1989-1997
10 Dr-Du [various]
11 Duff, Diane, 1988-1990
12 Ea-Ed [various]
13 Ediciones del Norte, 1988-1993
14 Eh-En [various]
15 Elizondo, Sergio, 1987-1991
16 Encuentro Chicano México 1995, 1995
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16 1 Er [various]
2 Es-Ev [various]
3 Fa-Fe [various]
4 Fi-Fl [various]
5 Floating Island Publications,
6 Fo-Fu [various]
7 Forns-Broggi, Roberto, 1996-1997
8 Ga [various]
9 García, Nasario, 1990-1998
10 Ghost Ranch, 1984-1994
11 Gi-Gl [various]
12 Gilmore, Eleanor, 1990-1998
13 Go [various]
14 González, Ray, 1987-1992
15 Gr [various]
16 GTE-Gu [various]
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17 1 Ha [various]
2 Hampton Brown Company, 1997-1998
3 Harjo, Joy, 1989-1994
4 Hay, Jim, 1984-1993
5 Hayes, Charles, 1984-1988
6 He [various]
7 Herrera, Juan Felipe, 1981-1992
8 Hi [various]
9 Hispanic Link, 1983-1988
10 Hispanic Link, 1989-1998
11 Ho [various]
12 Hu [various]
13 I [various]
14 Ja-Je [various]
15 Jo-Ju [various]
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18 1 Ka-Ki [various]
2 Keller, Gary, 1983-1987
3 Kn-Ku [various]
4 Knaebel, André, 1997
5 La [various]
6 Lamadrid, Enrique, 1984-1990
7 Le [various]
8 Letters from Children [Alcalá, Mónica- Zarate, Erica],
9 Letters from Children [Adriana- various],
10 Li [various]
11 Ll-Lo [various]
12 López, Alejandro, 1983-1991
13 Lu-Ly [various]
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19 1 Mac-Man [various]
2 Mar-Maz [various]
3 Macias, Elva, 1994
4 Mc [various]
5 McDonald, Pita, 1986-1998
6 Me [various]
7 Mestas, Arlene, 1991-1996
8 Mi [various]
9 Milligan, Bryce, 1986-1994
10 Ministerio de Educación y Cultura "Queries Sent", N.d.
11 Mod-Moore [various]
12 Momaday, N. Scott, 1989
13 Montoya, José, 1990
14 Mor-My [various]
15 Museum of New Mexico 1985-1988
16 Na [various]
17 Nancy Stauffer Associates, 1993-1996
18 Naranjo, Laurie, 1991-N.d.
19 National Endowment for the Arts, 1984-1995
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20 1 Ned-New Directions [various]
2 New Mexico A- New Mexico L [various]
New Mexico Arts Division:
New Mexico Arts Division:
3 1983-1984
4 1984-1987
5 1988-1994
6 New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities, 1987-1997
7 New Mexico Highlands University, 1988-1996
8 New Mexico Humanities Council, 1983-1986
9 New Mexico Magazine, 1984-1996
10 New Mexico Military Institute- New Mexico State [various],
11 New Scholar- Nuñez, James [various]
12 Nichols, John, 1979-1997
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21 1 O [various]
2 Pa [various]
3 Pe-Ph [various]
4 PEN Organization, 1991-1994
5 Peña, Alfonso, 1994-1998
6 Pi-Pl [various]
7 Pleasant Company, 1997-1998
8 Po [various]
9 Pr-Ps [various]
Premios:
10 A-C [various]
11 Casa de las Américas, 1980-2000
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22 1 Ciudad de San Sebastián, 1997
2 E-I [various]
3 J-M [various]
4 N-V [various]
5 "Premios Not Sent" [various]
6 Pu [various]
7 Puerto del Sol, 1985-1996
8 Q [various]
9 Ra [various]
10 Re [various]
Red Crane Books:
11 1991-1994
12 1995-1998
13 Revagliatti, Rolando, 1997-1998
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23 1 Ri [various]
2 Rivera, Tomás, 1981
3 Ro-Ry [various]
Rodríguez, Pilar:
4 1991-1998
5 N.d.
6 Sa-San Juan [various]
7 Santa Clara- Sarkonak [various]
8 Sagel, Betty, N.d.
9 Sagel, Bob, 1985-1998
10 Sagel, Gary, 1995-N.d.
11 Sagel Family [various]
12 Salazar, Jesús, 1994-1995
13 Salazar, Joe and Jeannette, 1980-1990
14 Sc-Si [various]
15 Schmidt, Alejandro, 1996-1997
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24 1 Sk-Sp [various]
2 Soto, Gary, 1991
3 St-Sy [various]
4 Ta-Ti [various]
5 Tafolla, Carmen, 1991-1995
6 Tr-Tu [various]
7 U [various]
8 Ulibarri, Sabine, 1988-1990
9 Universidad de Guadalajara, 1995
10 University of New Mexico, 1990-1998
11 University of New Mexico-Española- Univeristy of New Mexico-Taos [various]
12 University of New Mexico- Los Alamos, 1985-1991
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25 1 University of New Mexico- Los Alamos, 1991-1997
University of New Mexico Press:
2 1986-1996
3 1996-1998
4 University of New Mexico- Santa Fe, 1986-1997
5 Va- Ve [various]
6 Vi-Vz [various]
7 Villanueva, Tino, 1984-1990
8 Viramontes, Helen, 1991
9 Wa-Wh [various]
10 Weimer, Caroline, 1991-1997
11 West End Press, 1990-1992
12 Wi-Wr [various]
13 X [various]
14 Y [various]
15 Z [various]
Unidentified Correspondence
16 No Last Name [A-K]
17 No Last Name [L-V]
18 No Name/Indecipherable [various]
19 No Name, N.d. [various]

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Written Works

Collections are listed first in each subseries, followed by individual pieces, and then by miscellaneous materials (fragments, notes, outlines) that pertain to the subseries but that are not associated with any particular work.
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26 Children's Literature
The subseries Children’s Literature is divided into the three books that Sagel published, and into individual stories. The books Always the Heart/ Siempre el corazón, Garden of Stories/ Jardín de cuentos, Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow/ Donde soplan los vientos de canela are listed alphabetically by their English titles and are preceded by a proposal Sagel made for a series of children’s book. Because most of the books experienced title changes during their composition, drafts with other working titles are listed alphabetically under the book to which they pertain; for example, “Hembras Tejidas” and “Mujer cambiante” both became “Always the Heart”, and are therefore listed under that book.
1 Children's Book Series Proposal Draft
Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón
2 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Research notes
3 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Notes 1
4 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Notes 2
5 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Notebook A
6 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Notebook B
7 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Notebook C
8 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Notebook D
9 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Book outline
12 Always the Heart: Draft Fragment A
10 Siempre el corazón: Draft Fragments A and B
11 Siempre el corazón: Draft Fragment C
13 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Bilingual draft fragment
14 Always the Heart: Draft A
15 Always the Heart: Draft B
16 Siempre el corazón: Revision, "Sharon" 21 Feb 1998
17 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Draft comments
18 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Drafts of glossary/glosario
19 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Contract, Red Crane Books
20 Always the Heart/Siempre el corazón: Publicity
21 Hembras tejidas: Draft fragment A
22 Hembras tejidas: Draft A
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27 1 Hembras tejidas: Draft B
2 Mujer cambiante: Draft fragment A
3 Mujer cambiante: Working draft
4 La mujer que se cambia: Draft A
5 La mujer que se cambia: Draft B
6 La mujer que se cambia: Draft C
7 Regresar en dos tiempos: Draft A
8 Regresar en dos tiempos: Draft B
9 Woven Women: Draft A
10 Woven Women: Draft A
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28 Garden of Stories/Jardín de cuentos
1 Garden of Stories/Jardín de cuentos: Notes
2 Garden of Stories/Jardín de cuentos: Notebook
3 Garden of Stories: Draft
4 Jardín de cuentos: Draft Fragment A
5 Jardín de cuentos: Draft Fragment B
6 Jardín de cuentos: Working Draft
7 Jardín de cuentos: Draft A
8 Jardín de cuentos: Draft B
9 Jardín de cuentos: Draft C
10 Jardín de cuentos: Draft D
11 Jardín de cuentos: Draft E
12 Jardín de cuentos: Draft F
13 Jardín de cuentos: Draft G
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29 1 Jardín de cuentos: Draft H
2 Jardín de cuentos: Revision, Maribel Leyva
3 Jardín de cuentos: Revision, Nasario García
4 Jardín de cuentos: Revision, Ricardo Aguilar
5 Garden of Stories/Jardín de cuentos: Contract, Red Crane Books
6 Garden of Stories/Jardín de cuentos: Book
7 Garden of Stories/Jardín de cuentos: Reviews and Publicity
8 Garden of Stories/Jardín de cuentos: Signed book review, New Mexico Magazine
Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow/Donde soplan los vientos de canela
9 Los anteojos de la Tía Zulema: Draft A
10 Tía Zulema's Glasses: Draft A
11 Tía Zulema's Glasses: Revision, Ann Mason 29 October 1992
12 Jack of Hearts/Sota de copas: Bilingual draft fragments A-D
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30 1 Jack of Hearts: Draft fragment, Anonymous revision
2 Jack of Hearts: Draft A
3 Jack of Hearts: Draft B
4 Jack of Hearts: Revision, Ann Mason 3 December 1992
5 Jack of Hearts: Revision, Ann Mason 7 January 1993
6 Sota de copas: Draft fragment A
7 Sota de copas: Draft A
8 Sota de copas: Draft B
9 Sota de copas: Revision, Anonymous 14 January 1993
10 Sota de oro: Working draft
11 Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow/Donde soplan los vientos de canela: Outline
12 Donde soplan los vientos de canela: Draft fragments A,B,C
13 Donde soplan los vientos de canela: Draft fragments D,E
13 Donde soplan los vientos de canela: Draft fragments F,G,H
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31 1 Donde soplan los vientos de canela: Draft fragment I
2 Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow: Draft fragments A,B,C,D
3 Donde soplan los vientos de canela: Draft A
4 Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow/Donde soplan los vientos de canela: Contract, Red Crane Books
5 Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow/Donde soplan los vientos de canela: Book
6 Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow/Donde soplan los vientos de canela: Reader's Advance Copy
7 Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow/Donde soplan los vientos de canela: Publication, Revista del sur
8 Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow/Donde soplan los vientos de canela: Reviews and publicity
9 Children's literature: Notes, assorted
10 "La cara en la tortilla": Drafts A-F
11 "La cara en la tortilla": Literary prize submissions
12 "Chuang Tzu and You"
13 "Chuang Tzu y tú"
14 "Los colores del corazón" Spanish
15 "Los colores del corazón" Bilingual
16 "The Colors of the Heart"
17 "The Face In the Tortilla": Drafts A-C
18 "Imp"
19 "La Imp"
20 "La que valió por dos"
21 "The One Who Was Worth Twice As Much"
22 "Reynita and the Miraculous Tortilla"
23 "Reynita y la tortilla milagrosa": Drafts A-D
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32 Editorial Works
Three major editorial projects to which Sagel contributed are listed alphabetically, and are followed by collections and works of other authors that Sagel edited.
"Pleasant Company Josefina" series
1 Así es Josefina, 19 November 1996
2 Así es Josefina, 9 December 1996
3 Así es Josefina, 16 January 1997
4 Así es Josefina, 21 January 1997
5 Así es Josefina, 26 February 1997
6 Así es Josefina, 24 March 1997
7 Josefina Learns a Lesson, 19 May 1997
8 Josefina's Surprise, 7 July 1997
9 Josefina aprende una lección, 12 August 1997
10 Una sorpresa para Josefina, 21 January 1997
Puerto del Sol Caló Edition
Submissions:
11 Francisco Alarcón, 1991
12 Juan Estevan Arellano, N.d.
13 Alberto Blanco, 5 December 1990
14 Carole Bubash, 15 Ocotber 1990
15 José Antonio Burciaga, 25 October 1990
16 Jacinto Jesús Cardona, 13 December 1990
17 Ana Castillo, 2 October 1990
18 Sandra Cisneros, N.d.
19 Angela de Hoyos, 27 December 1990
20 Cecilio García Camarino, 15 October 1990
21 Hisuaro Garza, 12 Nov 1990
22 Alicia Gaspar de Alba, N.d.
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33 1 Gloria González, 16 October 1990
2 Rafael Jesús González, 13 December 1990
3 Ray González, 22 December 1990
4 Juan Felipe Herrera, 28 December 1990
5 Rita María Magdaleno, 17 December 1990
6 José Montoya, N.d.
7 José Olvera, 25 December 1990
8 Javier Pacheco, 1990-1991
9 Merrihelen Ponce, 2 January 1990
10 Larry Quintana, 11 February 1991
11 Margaret Randall, 1990-1991
12 Levi Romero, 9 January 1991
13 Eduardo Sálazar y Tafoya, 2 October 1990
14 Trindidad Sánchez, 1990-1991
15 Carmen Tafoya, N.d.
16 Jorge Thomas, 1990-1991
17 Christine Vigil, N.d.
18 Tino Villanueva, 13 November 1990
19 Albert Vogel, 25 December 1990
20 Bernice Zamora, 1 November 1990
21 Various, N.d.
22 Correspondence, 1991
23 Outline
24 Edition Introduction
25 Publication notes
26 Proofs
Suntracks Anthology
Submissions:
27 Romolo Arellano, 26 November 1982
28 Farrell Brody, 22 November 1983
29 Joseph Bruchac, 24 October 1982
30 José Antonio Burciaga, 29 November 1982
31 Delfina Rede Chávez, N.d.
32 David Condit, 1982-1984
33 Darlene Eckleberry, N.d.-1984
34 Anne Valley Fox, 1982-1984
35 Willard Gingerich, 17 December 1982
36 Tom Heidlebaugh, N.d.- 1984
37 Marie Levy, 9 November 1983
38 Nana, N.d.
39 Teresa Naranjo, N.d.
40 Nora Naranjo-Morse, 1982-1984
41 Simon Ortiz, 1983-1984
42 Leo Romero, 1982-1984
43 Arthur Sze, 1984
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34 1 Luci Tapanhoso, N.d.-1984
2 Mah-do-ge tohee, N.d.-1984
3 Enriqueta Vázquez, N.d.
4 Frank Waters, 1982-1984
5 Keith Wilson, N.d.
6 Various, N.d.
7 Correspondence, 1981-1984
8 Call for papers, Contract, 1983
9 Notes
10 Artwork
11 Author contact information
12 Arlene Mestas, N.d.
13 Colors: Come Out Of Their Sleep 1986-1987
14 Cuentos: Telling Our Stories II, 1983
15 Imagine, December 1983
16 Imagine: Una revista bilingue, 1980
17 Mysterious Other World, 1983-1984
18 Nihaa Hane’ Our Stories Nuestros Cuentos, 1985
19 Press release: "UNM-La Presents Two Speakers in Jauary", 1992
20 Richard Yáñez short stories, N.d.
21 Shiny Weather: Imaginitive Writing from Santa Fe Secondary Schools, 1985-1986
Southwest High School Creative Writing Awards:
22 Spring 1980
23 Spring 1981
24 Spring 1985
25 Spring 1986
26 Spray-Painting America... With Stories and Poems, 1984-1985
27 Vía Imaginación: Draft N.d.
28 Vía Imaginación, May 1987
29 300th Anniversary of Santa Fe de la Cañada Parish, 1995
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35 Essays
Individual essay collections are listed alphabetically at the beginning of the subseries. Published essays follow; they are listed first by place of publication, and then chronologically. The places of publication are in the following order: Albuquerque Journal and Albuquerque Journal North, other newspapers, New Mexico Magazine, other magazines, the Albuquerque Museum, and book and movie reviews. Each article listed features a subheading describing the subjects of that article. Unpublished articles, listed alphabetically, and notes for which no draft could be found are at the end of the subseries.
Essay Collections
Buena Carga:
1 Draft A
2 Draft B
3 Correspondence, 9 April 1990
Dancing To Pay the Light Bill:
4 Drafts, "¿Cómo se dice 'Big Mac' en español?"
5 Drafts, "Dichos"
6 Draft, "Education and Other Little-Known Dangers"
7 Drafts, "Gabriel's Bar and Grill"
8 Drafts, "Talking Ronald Reagan"
9 Drafts, "El Turco"
10 Drafts, "What If Kearney Took the Wrong Turn at Las Vegas?"
11 Drafts, Various essays
12 Volume Draft A
13 Contract, Red Crane Press
14 Book
15 Book Review, New Mexico Magazine, July 1992
16 Book Reviews and Publicity, 1992-1994
17 Talking points
Una High Life:
18-19 Draft A [2 folders]
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36 1-2 Draft B [2 folders]
3-4 Draft C [2 folders]
I'm Tellin' This Story Now:
5 Book proposal
6 Notebook
7 Draft A [2 folders]
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37 1 Draft A [2nd folder]
2 Draft B
Straight From the Heart:
3 Notes
4 Draft A
5 Draft B
6 Draft C
7 Photos
8 Contract, UNM Press
9 Proofs
10 Reviews, 1991-1994
11 Publicity/Cataloging
La vida de antes:
12 Notes
13 Notebook A
14 Notebook B
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38 1 Notebook C
2 Notebook D
3 Outline
4 Draft fragment A
5 Draft fragment B
6-7 La vida de antes: Draft A [2 folders]
8-9 La vida de antes: Draft B [2 folders]
Albuquerque Journal feature articles
10 "Quehaceres: Weaver's Way of Life Makes Art of Work." Albuquerque Journal North, 5 December 1981
Subject: Agueda Martínez, weaving
11 "Dancing Pueblo Patriarch 'Just a 90-Year-Old Kid." No publication, 9 December 1981
Subject: Liberato Montoya, senior citizens, dancing, folk singing, San Juan Pueblo
12 "Art of Brothers Taps New Mexico Heritage." Albuquerque Journal North, 16 December 1981
Subject: Alejandro López, Manuel López, Felix López, painting, santero, woodcarving, sculpture
13 "Matachines: Man 'Born to Be Musician' Helps Preserve Holiday Drama." Albuquerque Journal North, 23 December 1981
Subject: Roberto Vialpando, matachines, folk music
14 "Curandera: Healer Employs Herbs, Wisdom, Humor." Albuquerque Journal North, 26 December 1981
Subject: Sóstenes Trujillo, curanderismo, brujas
15 "Courage: Man Went from Isolation to Life of Travel, Teaching." Albuquerque Journal North, 31 December 1981
Subject: Joe Salazar, New Mexico School for the Visually Impaired, Santa Cruz High School
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39 1 "Potter Still Does Things Her Way, the Old Way." Albuquerque Journal North, 16 January 1982
Subject: Florence Naranjo, weaving, pottery, San Ildefonso Pueblo
2 "Guardian Angel: Española Woman Aids the Old." Albuquerque Journal North, 20 January 1982
Subject: Ramona Chávez, Amigos del Valle Program, Española, senior citizens
3 "His Own Man." Albuquerque Journal North, 27 January 1982
Subject: Merle Yordy, Española
4 "Center Helps Alcoholics Find Hope, Kick Habit." Albuquerque Journal North, 6 February 1982
Subject: Rio Grande Center, Eduardo Lavadie, Lorenzo Valdéz
5 "Some Things Never Change." Albuquerque Journal North, 20 February 1982
Subject: Jesús Ríos, Teresa Ríos, woodchopping
6 "Palm Reader Employs Simple Prayer, Good Advice." Albuquerque Journal North, 27 February 1982
Subject: Sister Rosa, palm reading
7 "Bond House: Española Community Pitches in to Restore Historic Victorian Adobe House." Albuquerque Journal North, 6 March 1982
Subject: Bond House, Española, Lavender Kid
8 "Musician Keeps Hispanic Tradition Alive." Albuquerque Journal North, 13 March 1982
Subject: Cipriano Vigil, folk music
9 "Working Clay: Potter Molds Link to Past." Albuquerque Journal North, 20 March 1982
Subject: Felipe Ortega, pottery
10 "At 104, Priest Still Lively." Albuquerque Journal North, 24 March 1982
Subject: Father Jose Teres, Father Jose Cubells, Santa Cruz Parish
11 "For Salvadoran, It Was Take Up Gun or Leave." Albuquerque Journal North, 27 March 1982
Subject: José, El Salvador, deportation, President López Portillo
12 "Capilla de Santa Rita." Albuquerque Journal North, 30 March 1982
Subject: Santa Rita, Mickie Medina, Enemecio Martínez,
13 "'Dear Mr. President' Latest of N.M. Group's Projects." Albuquerque Journal North, 3 April 1982
Subject: Wilfredo Vigil, Save the Children Program, Española
14 "A Man of Faith." Albuquerque Journal North, 10 April 1982
Subject: José Patricio Cruz, shepherding
15 "'Owl Man' Creates Visions." Albuquerque Journal North, 17 April 1982
Subject: Jaime Valdéz, sculture, carving, painting
16 "A Man of Faith." Albuquerque Journal, 19 April 1982
Subject: José Patricio Cruz, shepherding
17 "Still Together After 75 Years." Albuquerque Journal North, 24 April 1982
Subject: Vicentita Espinosa, Antonio Espinoza,
18 "Program Extends Open Hand." Albuquerque Journal North, 8 May 1982
Subject: Open Hands Program, Victoria Cross, National Endowment for the Humanities, New Mexico Arts Division
19 "Dancing On Move in Dixon." Albuquerque Journal North, 12 May 1982
Subject: Sylvia Vergara Carr, dancing, Arte Mudanza
20 "A Big... Story." Albuquerque Journal North, 15 May 1982
Subject: Felipe Archuleta, Leroy Archuleta, woodcarving, juggling
21 "Song, Motion, Language Form Clay of Artist's Life." Albuquerque Journal North, 22 May 1982
Subject: Harold Littlebird, pottery
22 "Low Rider- 'Bad Company' Doesn't Live Up to Name." Albuquerque Journal North, 2 June 1982
Subject: Paul Medina, Annabelle Medina, low rider
23 "Sacred Art: Architect Builds Argument for Adobe." Albuquerque Journal North, 9 June 1982
Subject: Anita Rodríguez, adobe construction
24 "Produce Grower Harvest Joy." Albuquerque Journal North, 16 June 1982
Subject: Truman Brigham, orchards, farming
25 "Grandparents Program Good for Kids, Ancianos." Albuquerque Journal North, 23 June 1982
Subject: Foster Grandparents Program, Dolores Martínez
26 "Museum Helps Keep Hope Alive for Fading Culture." Albuquerque Journal North, 7 July 1982
Subject: Rafael Lobato, Lauriano Cordova Memorial Museum, Vadito
27 "Federico Vigil's Art Religious, Yet Intensely Human." Albuquerque Journal North, 14 July 1982
Subject: Federico Vigil, painting, retablo
28 "Old Craft Live On." Albuquerque Journal North, 24 July 1982
Subject: David C'de Baca, Tomás C' de Baca, woodcarving, furniture
29 "Writer Wanders Through Familiar Rooms." Albuquerque Journal North, 4 August 1982
Subject: Denise Chávez
30 "Alfonso Story a Tale of Two." Albuquerque Journal North, 14 August 1982
Subject: Alfonso Alderete, Mildred Alderete, Cuba, bartending
31 "Restored Church a Jewel." Albuquerque Journal North, 4 August 1982
Subject: San Juan Nepomuceno Parish, El Rito, Father Jerome Martínez y Alire
32 "Jewelry Artists Among Best at Market." Albuquerque Journal North, 21 August 1982
Subject: Gail Bird, Yazzie Johnson, jewelry
33 "Going Strong at 83, People Have Been Center of Former Santa Fe Mayor's Life." Albuquerque Journal North, 25 August 1982
Subject: Alfredo Ortiz, Santa Fe, politics
34 "Unexpected Turns: Counselor-Artist Traveling Various Paths, Finds His Own Way." Albuquerque Journal North, 1 September 1982
Subject: Belarmino Esquibel, santero, painting, counseling
35 "Hard Work Pays Off for Immigrants." Albuquerque Journal North, 18 September 1982
Subject: Anna Sopyn, John Sopyn, Rinconada, farming
36 "Jenny's Music: Her Songs Play Part in Preserving History." Albuquerque Journal North, 25 September 1982
Subject: Jenny Vincent, folk music, Cantemos label
37 "Burrito Business." Albuquerque Journal North, 29 September 1982
Subject: Leona Tiede, Dennis Tiede, restaurant, tortillas
38 "His Cup (And House) Runneth Over." Albuquerque Journal North, 6 October 1982
Subject: Reid Evans
39 "Sharing His Gift." Albuquerque Journal North, 9 October 1982
Subject: David Salazar, music, martial arts
40 "Books on Wheels: Cruising Librarians Provide Valuable Link With Remote Areas." Albuquerque Journal North, 30 October 1982
Subject: bookmobile, New Mexico State Library Rural Services, Bill Franke, Ross Bustos
41 "An Expression of Faith." Albuquerque Journal North, 3 November 1982
Subject: Eliseo Rodríguez, Paula Rodríguez, straw inlay, santero
42 "Wall Art: Gilberto Guzmán Uses Color, Angles to Make Bold Statements." Albuquerque Journal North, 27 November 1982
Subject: Gilberto Guzmán, painting, murals
43 "Oke-Oweenge Cooperative Preserves Traditional Arts, Crafts." Albuquerque Journal North, 1 December 1982
Subject: Oke-Oweenge Cooperative, Joyce Ortiz, Bureau of Indian Affairs, artwork
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40 1 "A Man Possessed: His Art Takes Flight from Some Inner Vision." Albuquerque Journal North, 26 February 1983
Subject: Michael Naranjo, Laurie Naranjo, sculpture
2 "Community Works Together to Keep Lifeblood Flowing." Albuquerque Journal North, 16 April 1983
Subject: acequias, mayordomo, Herrera ditch
3 "All Agree: This Man's 'Not Normal Teacher.'" Albuquerque Journal North, 27 April 1983
Subject: Rick Powder, Santa Fe Alternative High School
4 "Bridging Worlds: Pueblo Leader Uses Ties with One Culture to Help Another." Albuquerque Journal North, 4 May 1983
Subject: Herman Agoyo, San Juan Pueblo
5 "Santa Cruz Parish Marks Church's 250th Anniversary Today." Albuquerque Journal North, 14 May 1983
Subject: Santa Cruz Parish, restoration, Father Luis Picazo
6 "Scholar, 83, Young of Mind." Albuquerque Journal North, 21 May 1983
Subject: Josué Trujillo, education
7 "Sharing the Past." Albuquerque Journal North, 25 May 1983
Subject: Chimayó Senior Citizens Center, Victoria Chávez, Alfredo Vigil, Lupita Naranjo, Soltera Martínez
8 "Octagenarian: Former Pueblo Blacksmith Has Had Many Irons in the Fire." Albuquerque Journal North, 9 July 1983
Subject: Miguel Casías, blacksmithing, San Juan Pueblo
9 "Storm Threatens 'Visitor's Paradise.'" Albuquerque Journal North, 9 July 1983
Subject: Mexico, taxis
10 "Taxi Talk Tells a Lot About Nation." Albuquerque Journal North, 13 July 1983
Subject: Mexico, taxis
11 "Arbitrary Line Divides One People." Albuquerque Journal North, 16 July 1983
Subject: Mexico, borders
12 "Weaver Merges Not Just to Survive But to Excel in Life." Albuquerque Journal North, 23 July 1983
Subject: Tu Moonwalker, basketweaving
13 "Dancing Iron: Blacksmith Breathes Life Into Hot Metal." Albuquerque Journal North, 30 July 1983
Subject: Rolando de León, blacksmithing
14 "Activist Challenges World at Spiritual Crossroads." Albuquerque Journal North, 10 August 1983
Subject: José Lucero, Santa Clara Pueblo
15 "Wealth Within." Albuquerque Journal North, 27 August 1983
Subject: Beroniz Borrego, senior citizen
16 "Anthropologist Aids in Understanding of Textiles in Southwest." Albuquerque Journal North, 14 September 1983
Subject: Kate Peck Kent, anthropology, weaving, textiles
17 "Marriage of Art: Two Work with Equal Passion But in Different Media, Methods." Albuquerque Journal North, 17 September 1983
Subject: Camilla Trujillo, Sam Quintana, pottery, music, sculpture, woodcarving
18 "Bringing Cloth to Life: Weaver Carries Loom, Tradition to Santa Fe." Albuquerque Journal North, 21 September 1983
Subject: Marines Perez, weaving, Guatemala
19 "A Man Who Keeps Things Running." Albuquerque Journal North, 5 October 1983
Subject: Salvatore DiLorenzo, Sirila DiLorenzo, handyman
20 "Teacher Takes Learning Process Beyond Walls of Classroom." Albuquerque Journal North, 19 October 1983
Subject: Greg Cajete, Institute of American Indian Arts
21 "Church Restoration Brings Surprises in Religious Art." Albuquerque Journal North, 2 November 1983
Subject: Santa Cruz Parish, restoration, Pedro Antontio Fresquís, Alan Vedder, Marie Cash
22 "Artist's Work Always Travels with Customers." Albuquerque Journal North, 5 November 1983
Subject: Gilbert Coriz, tatooing
23 "Herb Expert Says Traditional Remedios Can Bring Good Help." Albuquerque Journal North, 7 December 1983
Subject: Chavela Esparza, herbology, remedios
24 "One-Man Band Makes Music, Instruments, Art." Albuquerque Journal North, 14 December 1983
Subject: Max Trujillo, instruments, music
25 "Vet Recalls Barbarity of 'Great War.'" Albuquerque Journal North, 21 December 1983
Subject: Abenicio Romero, Emilia Romero, senior citizens
26 "Small Station Still Provides Old-Fashioned Service." Albuquerque Journal North, 28 December 1983
Subject: Baker's Conoco, Doris Baker, Sharon Frost, Pat Durán, gas station
27 "217 Children Called Her 'Mom.'" Albuquerque Journal North, 2 January 1984
Subject: Barbara Vigil, El Dorado Restaurant, foster parenting
28 "Singer Becomes Sculptor in 'Isolated' Taos Home." Albuquerque Journal North, 4 January 1984
Subject: Eduardo Rael, opera, music, sculpture
29 "25 Year Old Family Business Still Keeping Things Covered" Albuquerque Journal North, 21 January 1984
Subject: B&M Upholstery, Miguel Bustamante, Alfredo Bustamante
30 "An Immigration Problem: Manhattan and Dallas 'Greenbacks.'" Impact 24 January 1984
Subject: New Mexico tourism, cultural sensitivity, rudeness
31 "Robert Bluestone Follows in Footsteps of Guitarist Segovia." Albuquerque Journal North, 11 February 1984
Subject: Robert Bluestone, guitar, music
32 "Photographer Mixes Images Trying to Offer True Picture." Albuquerque Journal North, 25 February 1984
Subject: Meridel Rubenstein, photography, montage
33 "Body Language." Albuquerque Journal North, 10 March 1984
Subject: Zuleikha, dance
34 "The Lowdown on Lowrider Laughs: Española Jokes." Impact 13 March 1984
Subject: Española
35 "All in the Family." Albuquerque Journal North, 17 March 1984
Subject: welding, Debbie Jorgensen, Mike Jorgensen, Howard Jorgensen
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41 1 "Los Alamos County's Iron Sheriff." Albuquerque Journal North, 19 May 1984
Subject: Louis Rojas, sheriff, ironworker
2 "Ex-Dairy Man David Ferguson Still Active." Albuquerque Journal North, 2 June 1984
Subject: David Ferguson, farming, senior citizen
3 "New Restaurant Has Touches of Home." Albuquerque Journal North, 13 June 1984
Subject: Anthony's at the Delta Restaurant, Anthony García, Manuel García
4 "Burro Ride Offers Views, 300 Years of History." Albuquerque Journal North, 4 July 1984
Subject: Paseo de la Tierra Vieja, Marco Oviedo, Pat Trujillo, burros, donkeys
5 "New Organization Helps Artists Market Works." Albuquerque Journal North, 28 July 1984
Subject: Artes Hispanos del Norte, Spanish Market, Darien Cabral
6 "Pueblo Potter Mixes Old Ways, Innovative Forms." Albuquerque Journal North, 15 August 1984
Subject: Nora Naranjo-Morse, sculpture, pottery
7 "Energy Flows from Handweaver Who is Student of Dyes, Textiles." Albuquerque Journal North, 18 August 1984
Subject: weaving, Ramona Saskietewa, Kate Peck Kent
8 "Witness to History." Albuquerque Journal North, 25 August 1984
Subject: Harry C. de Baca, Foreign Service
9 "Santero: Luisito Luján Rekindles Boyhood Joy of Carving." Albuquerque Journal North, 1 September 1984
Subject: Luisito Luján, santero, woodcarving
10 "Cleofas Vigil Preserves Culture with Tales Learned in His Youth." Albuquerque Journal North, 5 September 1984
Subject: Cleofas Vigil, folk music, storytelling
11 "Visitor's Lack of Etiquette Could Be Taxing." Albuquerque Journal 9 October 1984
Subject: tourism, etiquette
12 "Arturo Jaramillo Extends Hospitality." Albuquerque Journal North, 14 November 1984
Subject: Haciendo Rancho de Chimayó, Arturo Jaramillo, tourism
13 "Electric Co-Op Inspires Solution to Arms Race." Albuquerque Journal North, 30 January 1985
Subject: blackout, 1984, Jemez Mountains Electric Co-Op
14 "Los Viejitos Festival Offers World's First 'Geriatric' Folk Jam." Albuquerque Journal 31 May 1985
Subject: folk music, Edwin Berry, Los Alegres de Taos, Jack Loeffler, Julia Jaramillo
15 "'Medio Caballo' Prefers Horses to Men." Albuquerque Journal North, 17 July 1985
Subject: Apolonio Trujillo, Adam Tapia, horseback riding
16 "Computer Enters, La Farmacia Stays the Same." Albuquerque Journal North, 24 July 1985
Subject: Leo Wink, La Farmacia, Española
17 "Research Scientist, Man of the Cloth, Teacher." Albuquerque Journal North, 7 August 1985
Subject: Father Jim Rigert, Sacred Heart Parish, Notre Dame
18 "No Liquor or Tobacco for 100 Years." Albuquerque Journal North, 31 August 1985
Subject: Virginia Ortega, senior citizens
19 "She Danced Until Her Century Expired." Albuquerque Journal North, 31 August 1985
Subject: Petra Lucero Chávez, senior citizens, Silverio Chávez
20 "Resurrection Freed Him To Honor Crucifixion." Albuquerque Journal North, 7 September 1985
Subject: Paul Pacheco, santero, woodcarving, folk music
21 "Anciano Remembers Dancing Days of His Youth." Albuquerque Journal North, 11 September 1985
Subject: Patricio Chacón, senior citizens, blacksmithing, ranching
22 "Catalonian Priest Becomes Citizen." Albuquerque Journal North, 2 October 1985
Subject: Father Luis Picazo, Santa Cruz Parish
23 "Art Conservators, Sceintists Team Up On Reredos Project." Albuquerque Journal 6 October 1985
Subject: Santa Cruz Parish, reredo, restoration, Los Alamos National Laboratory
24 "Deafness Won't Stop His Dreams." Albuquerque Journal North, 12 October 1985
Subject: Richard Pearson, Los Alamos National Laboratory, drafting
25 "Wood, and the World, As Inspiration." Albuquerque Journal North, 12 October 1985
Subject: Lorenzo Ortega, Santero, woodcarving
26 "Weaving Is Hard Work, But Wonderous." Albuquerque Journal North, 19 October 1985
Subject: Eppie Archuleta, weaving
27 "Independence- Goal and Promise of IAIA." Albuquerque Journal North, 26 October 1985
Subject: Jon Wade, Institute of American Indian Arts, Bureau of Indian Affairs
28 "Remembering the Old Days- And the Hard Days." Albuquerque Journal North, 6 November 1985
Subject: Margarita Ortega, senior citizens, Adolfo Ortega
29 "Injured Birds of Prey Find a Healing Hand in Vet." Albuquerque Journal North, 13 November 1985
Subject: Kathleen Ramsey, veterinarian, bird of prey
30 "Jet-Setter Returns of Española Valley with Riches To Sell." Albuquerque Journal North, 23 November 1985
Subject: Marco Polo Shop, Chimayó Trading Post, Leo Trujillo, Beryl Steurt, Española
31 "A Land Grant 'Theft' and the Fight It Kindled." Albuquerque Journal North, 4 December 1985
Subject: Uvaldo Velásquez, Reies López Tixerina, Tierra Amarilla Land Grant, ejido, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
32 "Story Collector Hands Down 'La Cultura' to Its Kids." Albuquerque Journal North, 4 January 1986
Subject: Guadalupe Baca Vaughn, Las Vegas, New Mexico Folklore Society, folklore, Father José Antonio Martínez
33 "Selling Groceries His Way- the Old Fashioned Way." Albuquerque Journal North, 18 January 1986
Subject: Johnnie Armijo, Johnnie's Cash Store, Bertha Archuleta, Santa Fe
34 "He Saw Halley's the First Time." Albuquerque Journal North, 22 January 1986
Subject: Max Vigil, senior citizens, Gorgonia Vigil, ranching, horseback riding, Halley's comet
35 "Los Alamos: He Lived on the Hill Before It Meant 'The Bomb.'" Albuquerque Journal North, 1 February 1986
Subject: Marcos Gómez, Los Alamos, Los Alamos National Laboratory, senior citizens
36 "What If Kearney Had Taken a Wrong Turn?" Albuquerque Journal North, 6 March 1986
Subject: New Mexico History, Stephen Kearney, Thomas Catron
37 "McCurdy Mission." Albuquerque Journal North, 6 March 1986
Subject: José Manuel 'Chic' Martínez, Mc Curdy School, United Methodist Church, Española, Robert Vialpando, Wilomena Chávez, Adelina Griego, Cándido Medina
38 "Not All Pottery is Indian." Albuquerque Journal North, 14 February 1987
Subject: Ofelia Jaramillo, Dennis Jaramillo, pottery, La Madera
39 "Being a Woman Doesn't Keep Her from Being Involved." Albuquerque Journal North, 20 February 1987
Subject: Cordelia Coronado, weaving, Rio Chama Acequias Association, Ghost Ranch, La Lanzadera
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42 1 "New Songs, Young Feet Carry an Ancient Message." Albuquerque Journal North, 25 February 1987
Subject: dancing, Peter García, San Juan Pueblo, Reycita García, storytelling
2 "Historical Records Have State Archives Bursting at Seams." Albuquerque Journal North, 5 March 1987
Subject: State Records Center, Michael Miller, Richard Salazar, New Mexico History
3 "Film Maker: First Listen, Then Share." Albuquerque Journal North, 6 March 1987
Subject: Larry Littlebird, fimmaking, Laguna Pueblo
4 "Architect Sees Pueblos Losing Focus." Albuquerque Journal North, 11 March 1987
Subject: Rina Swentzell, Santa Clara Pueblo, Rose Naranjo, Santa Clara Day School
5 "Artists' Walk for Peace to Span 2 Continents." Albuquerque Journal North, 12 March 1987
Subject: Oscar Tinajero Escobedo, International Year of Peace, El Colectivo Artístico de Morelia
6 "Poet Finds that Teaching Is Learning Experience." Albuquerque Journal North, 20 March 1987
Subject: Phil Foss, Joyce Begay, Tyuoni Magazine, National Endowment for the Arts, Institute of American Indian Arts
7 "Tillie C. de Baca Didn't Follow Rules." Albuquerque Journal North, 24 March 1987
Subject: Tillie C. de Baca, Tony Baca, senior citizens, teaching
8 "State Historian Declares He's Alive and Working." Albuquerque Journal North, 25 March 1987
Subject: Marc Simmons, New Mexico history, Santa Fe Trail, car accident
9 "Composer Traces Roots of Original American Music." Albuquerque Journal North, 26 March 1987
Subject: Julio Estrada, indigenous music, composing
10 "Solar Advocates Predict Industry Will Survive Dark Ages." Albuquerque Journal North, 1 April 1987
Subject: Carl Breuning, Peggy Coyne-Breuning, solar energy
11 "Learning to Express." Albuquerque Journal North, 4 April 1987
Subject: Jerry Praver, Bev Praver, Sister Joyce Quintana, Holy Cross School, folk music, education
12 "Lebeo's Monitors Dixon Heartbeat." Albuquerque Journal North, 7 April 1987
Subject: Lebeo's Store, Lebeo Martínez, Grace Rendón, Dixon
13 "Novelist-Playwright Pair Dive into Mainstream of Rural Life." Albuquerque Journal North, 9 April 1987
Subject: Stanley Crawford, Rosemary Crawford, Mayordomo, writing, acequias, Dixon
14 "Molinero's Spirit Will Long Outlast His Dying Lifestyle." Albuquerque Journal North, 14 April 1987
Subject: Pedro García, milling, Medanales, Acequia de los Martínez, Beroníz García
15 "Worker's Society Traces its Roots to Turbulent Era." Albuquerque Journal North, 16 April 1987
Subject: Sociedad Protección Mutua de Trabajadores Unidos, Zeke Salazar, Dan Romero, Celedonio Mondragón, Patricio Maes
16 "Sparky's Seniority Rests on Solid Dependability." Albuquerque Journal North, 21 April 1987
Subject: Sparky's restaurant, Porfirio 'Sparky' Maestas, Rose Maestas
17 "Artists Preserve 'Retablo' Style with Reverence." Albuquerque Journal North, 28 April 1987
Subject: Deane Delgado, Alberto Delgado, retablos, santero, tinsmithing
18 "Generations Keep Picurís Pottery Alive." Albuquerque Journal North, 1 May 1987
Subject: Cora Durand, Anthony Durand, pottery, Picurís Pueblo
19 "Spanish Craftsmen Have Direct Pipeline to Santa Fe Buyers." Albuquerque Journal North, 5 May 1987
Subject: Dante Fernández, De Pedro International, furniture, Artespaña
20 "Church is Origin and Destination of Santero's Art." Albuquerque Journal North, 19 May 1987
Subject: Luis Tapia, santero, La Confradía, San Ildefonso Church, reredos
21 "With Family Grown, Grandmother Takes Turn With Jet Set." Albuquerque Journal North, 20 May 1987
Subject: Rosina Gómez, Southwest Airline, travel
22 "Couple Finds New Mexico and 'Adventure' After Korea." Albuquerque Journal North, 29 May 1987
Subject: Namsoon Park, Sung-Soo Park, Korea, Northern New Mexico Community College
23 "Anthroplogist Keeps in Touch With Kenya." Albuquerque Journal North, 10 June 1987
Subject: Wairimu Bowman, Kenya, Los Alamos, Helen Roberts
24 "Adobe Lover." Albuquerque Journal North, 13 June 1987
Subject: Quentin Wilson, adobe, architecture
25 "Cedar Serenade." Albuquerque Journal North, Indian Market 1990 14 August 1990
Subject: Robert Mirabel, traditional flute music, Taos Pueblo
26 "Husband Revives Pottery Tradition." Albuquerque Journal North, Indian Market 1990 14 August 1990
Subject: Alton Komalestewa, Hopi tribe, Santa Clara Pueblo
27 "Grand Dame Española Decked in Pride, Charm." Albuquerque Journal 17 May 1991
Subject: Española, low riders
28 "Renaissance Man Losing Battle With Cancer." Albuquerque Journal 3 October 1996
Subject: Anthony (Tony) Burciaga, cancer, Drink Cultura, Casa Zapata
29 "San Cristobal Native Recalls Hardship, Travel in 'Good Old Days.'" Albuquerque Journal North, 26 September
Subject: Aniseto Cordova, senior citizens
30 "Not Forgotten" Albuquerque Journal North, N.d.
Subject: Eugene Shephard, shoeshining, Santa Fe, Veterans Barber Shop
31 "Firewood Harvest is Annual Ritual of Northern N.M.." Albuquerque Journal North, 12 September
Subject: wood chopping, fall ritual
32 "Martínez Family Stories Laced with State History." Albuquerque Journal North, 17 November
Subject: Ross Martínez, Martínez family, Féliz Martínez, La Voz del Pueblo, New Mexico history, Petaca Land Grant, Teodoro Martínez
33 Albuquerque Journal North, article notes
34 Albuquerque Journal North, unidentified photographs
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43 Other Newspaper Articles
1 "Española Doesn't Need Your Respect." Santa Fe Reporter, 14 July 1982
Subject: Española
2 "Spanglish!" Albuquerque Tribune, 29 June 1983
Subject: Subject: code switching, Spanish, English, language purity
3 "How Do You Stop a 'Troca' Without Using 'Brecas'?" Rio Grande Sun, 14 July 1983
Subject: Subject: code switching, Spanish, English, language purity
4 "Un plan para frustrar a las hordas extranjeras 'espaldas verdes' de Nuevo México." El Editor, 5 April 1984
Subject: New Mexico tourism, cultural sensitivity, rudeness
5 "Immigration in New Mexico." La Semana, 5 April 1984
Subject: New Mexico tourism, cultural sensitivity, rudeness
6 "La Solución Simpson-Mazzoli: Fuera los Pobres, Traigan los Ricos" La Semana, 5-11 April 1984
Subject: New Mexico tourism, cultural sensitivity, rudeness
7 "Plan para frustrar a las horads extranjeras 'espaldas verdes.'" El Sol, 6 April 1984
Subject: New Mexico tourism, cultural sensitivity, rudeness
8 "Solo un Salazar más/Just One More Salazar." La Voz, 23 August 1984
Subject: Joe Salazar, New Mexico School for the Visually Impaired, Santa Cruz High School
9 "Viva el 'Spanglish.'" La Opinión, 4 October 1984
Subject: code switching, Spanish, English, language purity
10 "Viva el 'Spanglish!' Los puristas culturales están perdiendo la batalla del idioma." El Sol, 30 November 1984
Subject: code switching, Spanish, English, language purity
11 "Viva el 'Spanglish!' Los puristas culturales están perdiendo la batalla del idioma." Miniondas, 6 December 1984
Subject: code switching, Spanish, English, language purity
12 "Call Spanglish What You will, Just Don't Call It Wrong." The Press-Enterprise, 8 December 1984
Subject: code switching, Spanish, English, language purity
13 "Viva Spanglish! Cultural Purists are Losing the Language Battle" El Perico, February 1985
Subject: code switching, Spanish, English, language purity
14 "Dichos Contain Wisdom of New Mexico's Spanish Settlers." The New Mexican, 23 September 1987
Subject: dichos, folk wisdom
15 "La guardia nacional y las sublevaciones territoriales de Nuevo México." El Sol, 9 September 1988
Subject: National Guard, land grant, Reies López Tijerina, Tierra Amarilla, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
16 "Otra Guardia Nacional." La Opinón, 15 September 1988
Subject: National Guard, land grant, Reies López Tijerina, Tierra Amarilla, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
17 "New Mexico Land Grant Dispute cast National Guard as Enforcer/La Guardia Nacional y las sublevaciones territoriales de Nuevo México." The San Diego Union, 2 October 1988
Subject: National Guard, land grant, Reies López Tijerina, Tierra Amarilla, Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo
18 "Tapia's Death Cart Transports a Tradition." El Hispano, 11 January 1989
Subject: Luis Tapia, carreta de la muerte, santero
19 "El 'Sueño norteamericano': corrompido en el fondo." Tecolote, May 1990
Subject: Edward James Olmos, Rubén Blades, drugs, American Dream
20 "Nothing but Light." Santa Fe Reporter, 18-24 december 1991
Subject: Stephanie, death, Velarde
21 "How I Fell In Love with 'Dos mujeres, un camino.'" El Hispano Sacramento, 16 February 1994
Subject: telenovelas
22 "The Telenovela's Newest Victim Is...Me." Hispanic Link, 14 March 1994
Subject: telenovelas
23 "Viva el 'Spanglish!' Los puristas culturales estan perdiendo la batalla del idioma" El Heraldo de Broward, N.d.
Subject: code switching, Spanish, English, language purit
24 "Viva el 'Spanghlish!' Los puristas están perdiendo la batalla." La Semana, N.d.
Subject: code switching, Spanish, English, language purity
25 "Doña Agueda: Her Loom and Chile Hoe." No publication name, N.d.
Subject: Agueda Martínez, weaving
New Mexico MagazineArticles
26 "New Mexico's Olympic Hopefuls" Notes: Tony Sandoval
27 "New Mexico's Olympic Hopefuls" Notes
28 "New Mexico's Olympic Hopefuls." New Mexico Magazine, June 1984
Subject: Anthony (Tony) Sandoval, Matt Arnot, Ronnie Rentz, Chuck Aragón
29 "Real New Mexicans Don't Eat Green Chile Quiche." New Mexico Magazine, November 1984
Subject: New Mexico culture, tourism
30 "Spanglish Spoken Here." New Mexico Magazine, August 1985
Subject: code switching, Spanish, English, language purity
31 "Eliseo Rodríguez: Art and the Holy Faith." New Mexico Magazine, December 1985
Subject: Eliseo Rodríguez, Paula Rodríguez, straw inlay, santero
32 "A Cultural Gathering: Millicent Rogers Museum." Research Material
33 "A Cultural Gathering: Millicent Rogers Museum." New Mexico Magazine, May 1986
Subject: Millicent Rogers Museum, Taos, santos, weaving, jewelry, New Mexico arts
34 "Dichos: Words of Wit and Wisdom." New Mexico Magazine, July 1986
Subject: dichos, refránes, folk wisdom
35 "Horacio Valdéz: Master Santero." New Mexico Magazine, July 1986
Subject: Horacio Valdéz, santero, woodcarving
36 "Sculptor Shapes His Own Identity." New Mexico Magazine, August 1987
Subject: Michael Naranjo, Laurie Naranjo, sculpture
37 "Frank Waters: Author Finds Common Ground in Different Worlds." Notes and draft
38 "Frank Waters: Author Finds Common Ground in Different Worlds." New Mexico Magazine, February 1988
Subject: Frank Waters, writing, Flight From Fiesta, Fever Pitch
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44 1 "Artist Turns to Faith to Resurrect Spirit of the Past." New Mexico Magazine, July 1988
Subject: Luis Tapia, carreta de la muerte, santero
2 "Vamos por leña: The Rites of Autumn." New Mexico Magazine, September 1989
Subject: wood chopping, fall ritual
3 "Passion for Plants Blooming into Work of Art." New Mexico Magazine, April 1990
Subject: gardening, xeriscape, Robert Frasier
4 "La Comadre Sebastiana: The Flip Side of Death." New Mexico Magazine, September 1992
Subject: attitudes toward death, La Flaca, fatalism
5 "Chile del Norte." Drafts A,B,C
6 "Chile del Norte." Drafts D,E,F,G
7 "Chile del Norte." New Mexico Magazine, Februrary/March 1996
Subject: chile, chile harvest, New Mexico food, "pretty chile senator"
Other Magazine Articles
8 "Working Class Writers in the Southwest." Century Magazine, August 1982
Subject: writing, working, Frank Waters, Oliver LaFarge, Willa Cather, Lorna Dee Cervantes, Leslie Silko, Carmen Tafolla, Tony Mares, Salt of the Earth
9 "Patriarch of San Juan Pueblo." Nuestro, October 1982
Subject: Liberato Montoya, senior citizens, dancing, folk singing, San Juan Pueblo
10 "Where the Sky Paints the Earth." Drafts A-C
11 "Where the Sky Paints the Earth." Hispanic, February 1989
Subject: Teresa Archuleta-Sagel, weaving
12 "Corrupt To Its Core." Hispanic Link, 12 February 1990
Subject: Subject: Edward James Olmos, Rubén Blades, drugs, American Dream
13 "Sandra Cisneros." Notes
14 "Sandra Cisneros." Notebook
15-16 "Sandra Cisneros." Research material [2 folders]
17 "Sandra Cisneros." Research material: Woman Hollering Creek manuscript
18 "Sandra Cisneros." Drafts A, B
19 "Sandra Cisneros." Publisher's Weekly, 29 March 1991
Subject: Sandra Cisneros, writing, Woman Hollering Creek, House on Mango Street
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45 1 "No hay mal que por bien no venga." Drafts A, B
2 "No hay mal que por bien no venga." Spanish Colonial Arts Society, Summer 1993
Subject: Horacio Valdez, santero, colonial art
3 "Ilumincaiones: The New Mexico Within." El Palacio, Summer 1993
Subject: Photo essay, tourism, New Mexico
4 "La Española." Ghost Ranch Journal, Spring 1994
Subject: Española, low riders
Albuquerque Museum Articles
5 Correspondence and contract, Albuquerque Museum, 1982.
Subject: Dora Ortiz Vásquez, Monica Soslaya-Haford, Ray John de Aragón, Rolando de León, Sam Quintana, Horacio Valdez
6 "Dora Ortiz Vásquez." Albuquerque Museum, N.d.
Subject: Dora Ortiz Vásquez, storytelling, teaching
7 "Monica Soslaya-Haford." Albuquerque Museum, N.d.
Subject: Monica Soslaya-Haford, santera
8 "Ray John de Aragón." Albuquerque Museum, N.d.
Subject: Ray John de Aragón, writing, history, Padre Antonio Martínez, Padre Martínez and Archbishop Lamy
9 "Rolando de León." Albuquerque Museum, N.d.
Subject: Rolando de León, blacksmithing
10 "Sam Quintana." Albuquerque Museum, N.d.
Subject: Sam Quintana, folk music, jewelry, sculpture, woodcarving
11 "Feria Artesana." Albuquerque Museum, 21-22 August 1982
Subject: Dora Ortiz Vásquez, Monica Soslaya-Haford, Ray John de Aragón, Rolando de León, Sam Quintana, Horacio Valdezg
Book and movie reviews
12 "Book Review: Outcroppings from Navajoland." New Mexico Magazine, March 1986
Subject: Outcroppings from Navajoland, Donald Levering
13 "Book Review: Akrilica." No publication, N.d.
Subject: Akrilica, Juan Felipe Herrera
14 "Book Review: Weedee Peepo." No publication, N.d.
Subject: Weedee Peepo, Jose Burciaga
15 "Movie Review: Freedom Fighters." No publication, N.d.
Subject: Freedom Fighters
Book Introductions
16 "Book Introduction: Papá." Nasario García
17 "Book Introduction: What Makes a Woman Beautiful." Joan Logghe
Unpublished articles
18 "Arthur Sze."
19 "Los días de los muertos."
20 "Father Olona."
21 "Gloria López Cordova."
22 "Hispanics are not just overcrowded."
23 "The Journey to Comala: The Works of Juan Rulfo."
24 "María Hesch."
25 "Muertos que no hacen ruidos." Outline
26 "Muertos que no hacen ruidos." Notes: Glen
27 "Muertos que no hacen ruidos." Draft Fragments, "La Sebastiana"
28 "Muertos que no hacen ruidos." Draft Fragments
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29 "Muertos que no hacen ruidos."
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45 30 "No Howling Fox."
31 "A Question of History."
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46 1 "Quitarle una cuerda al violín."
2 "Ramón López."
3 "Salvadoran Refugee."
4 "Sanctuary: Battle of Symbols."
"Santa Cruz: Meeting the Family":
5 Notes
6 Outline
7 Draft fragment
8 Draft A
9 Draft B
10 Draft C
11 Draft D
12 "The Spanish Language: On Street Signs or In Our Children's Minds."
13 "Los taxistas."
14 "Zoraida and Elogio Ortega."
15 "Zorba the Greek, the Falkland Islands, and the Truly Needy."
Article notes
16 "Emilio Romero": Notes
17 "George Chávez": Draft fragment
18 "The Huanes": Notes
19 "Mixes": Draft and notes
20 "Mixtec Alta": Notes
21 "Otomíes del altiplano": Notes
22 "The Triques": Notest
23 Loose essay papers
Film: "Journey From Innocence":
24 Demetria Martínez Works
25 Notes
26 Draft and notes
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47 Novels
Complete novels are listed alphabetically and are followed by novel fragments and untitled novels.
The Hole That Never Empties:
1 Draft fragment A
2-4 Draft A [3 folders]
El hoyo que nunca se vacía:
5-7 Draft A [3 folders]
8-10 Draft B [3 folders]
11-13 Draft C [3 folders]
14 Draft D [3 folders]
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48 1-2 Draft D [continued]
2 Draft D [3 folders]
3-4 Draft E [2 folders]
5 Draft F
6-8 Draft G [3 folders]
Unos nacen con estrella:
9 Draft fragment A
10 Draft fragment B
11 Draft A
12 Draft B
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49 1 Draft C
2 Draft D
3 Draft E
4 Draft F
5 Draft G
6 Draft H
7 Draft I
8 Draft J
9 Draft K
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50 1 Draft L
2 Draft M
3 One-Eyed King: Draft A
Los Pastores:
4 Notes
5 Notebook
6-11 Outline notes [6 folders]
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51 1 Outline A
2 Outline B
3 Draft fragment A
4 Draft fragment B
5 Draft fragment C
6 Draft fragment D
7 Draft fragment E
8 Los Pastores [Spn]: Draft fragment A
9 Draft A
10 Draft B
El pozo milagroso:
11 Notes
12 Notebook A
13 Notebook B
14 Notebook C
15 Notebook D
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52 1 Draft fragment A
2 Draft fragment "Tetareta"
3 Working draft
4 Draft A
5 Draft B
6 Draft C
7-9 El pozo que nunca se vacía: Draft A [3 folders]
10 En el país de los ciegos: Outline manuscript
El rey turto:
11-15 El rey turto: Draft A [5 folders]
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53 1-2 El rey turto: Draft B [2 folders]
El Santo Queso/The Holy Cheese:
3 El Santo Queso/The Holy Cheese: Novel ideas
4 The Holy Cheese: Draft fragments
5 El Santo Queso: Draft fragments
6 The Holy Cheese: Draft fragment A
7 The Holy Cheese: Draft fragment B
8 The Holy Cheese: Draft fragment C
9 El Santo Queso: Draft fragment A
10 El Santo Queso: Draft fragment B
11 El Santo Queso: Draft fragment C
12 The Holy Cheese: Draft A
13 The Holy Cheese: Draft B
14 El Santo Queso: Draft A
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54 1 El Santo Queso: Draft B
2 El Santo Queso/The Holy Cheese: Novel synopsis
3 El Santo Queso/The Holy Cheese: Contract, UNM Press
Some Are Born Under A Star:
4 Draft A
5 Draft B
Too Big Story:
6 Too Big Story: Draft A
7 Too Big Story: Draft B
8 Too Big Story: Draft C
9 Too Big Story: Draft D
10 Too Big Story: Draft E
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55 1 Too Big Story: Draft F
2 Too Big Story: Draft G
3 Novel fragments and Unidentified novel pieces
4-5 Sobador Notes A [2 folders]
6 Untitled Novel I: Draft fragment A
Untitled Novel II:
7 Untitled Novel II: Research materials
8 Untitled Novel II: Notes
9 Untitled Novel II: Character lists
10 Untitled Novel II: Chapter 2 outline and notes
11 Untitled Novel II: Chapter 3 outline and notes
12 Untitled Novel II: Chapter 3 draft
13 Untitled Novel II: Chapter 4 outline, notes and draft
14 Untitled Novel II: Chapter 5 outline and notes
15 Untitled Novel III: Character lists and outline
16 Untitled Novel IV: Fragment
17 Unidentified novel fragment
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56 Plays
Complete, original plays are listed alphabetically, and are followed by Sagel’s stage adaptation of Rudolfo Anaya’s novel Bless Me, Ultima.
Cuando te toca:
1 Draft A
2 Draft B
Dona Refugio and her Comadre:
3 Notebook A
4 Notebook B
5 English Draft Fragment A
6 English Draft Fragment B
7 English Draft A
8 English Draft B
9 English Draft C
10 English Draft D
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57 1 English Draft E
2 English Draft F
3 English Draft G
4 English Draft H
5 English Draft I
6 Spanish Draft fragment A
7 Spanish Draft A
8 Spanish Draft B
9 Spanish Draft C
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58 1 Spanish Draft D
2 Spanish Draft E
3 Spanish Proofs for publication
4 Tramoya publication
5 Premio San Sebastian publication
6 Premio San Sebastian publicity
7 Menu from San Sebastian award ceremony
Two of Hearts:
8 Draft fragment A
9 Draft fragment B
10 Draft A
11 Draft B
12 Draft C
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59 1 Draft D
2 Two For the Show
3-4 Stage adaptation: Bless Me Ultima [2 folders]
5 Various play notes
6 Unidentified play fragment and notes
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Poetry
Poetry collections are listed alphabetically. They are followed by poems published individually, which are listed alphabetically by journal title. Individual poems, listed alphabetically, follow.
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59 Corazonazos:
7 Draft A
8 Draft B
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60 1 Draft C
2 Draft D
3 Draft E
4 Draft F
5 Draft G
6 Draft H
7 Draft I
8 Draft J
9 Draft K
10 Draft L
11 Draft M
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61 1 Draft N
2 Draft O
3 Draft P
4 Revision, Nasario García 1993
5 Draft, EDUCA convocatoria
6 Draft, "Versión Barbastro 98"
7 Corazonazos/Heartblows: Draft A
8 Coyote llega sin invitación: Draft A
9 Los cumpleaños de Doña Agueda: Reviews and publicity
10 Dios te salve, United Brands: Draft fragment A
Dios te salve, United Brands/Hail the United Brands, Full of Grace:
11 Loose poems
12 Draft fragment A
13 Draft fragment B
Driving Down the Light:
14 Draft fragments
15 Draft A
16 Draft B
17 Draft C
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62 1 Draft D
2 Draft E
Hablando de brujas y la gente de antes:
3 Illustrations, Naomi Ferran
4 Review and publicity
5 Harold M. es rata: Loose poems
Illuminations/Iluminaciones:
6 Proposal
7 Loose poems
8 Draft fragment A
9 Draft fragment B
10 Draft A
11 Draft B
12 Iluminaciones, The Light Within: Publicity
Iluminaciones, The New Mexico Within:
13 Draft A
14 Draft B
15 Draft C
16 Draft D
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63 1 La misma película de siempre: Loose poems
On the Make Again/Otra vez en la movida:
2 Loose poems
3 Contract, West End Press
4 Book
5 Reviews and publicity
6 Quién sabe qué será el problema allá: Loose poems
Rebuilt:
7 Notes
8 Draft A
Remedios, etc.:
9 Remedios/Corazonazos: Loose poems
10 Remedios/Corazonazos: Draft A
11 Remedios: Draft A
12 Remedios: Draft B
13 Remedios: Draft C
14 Remedios: Draft D
15 Remedios: Draft, Espada Rota
16 Remedios: Plural prize solicitation
17 Los remedios/The Cures, Los irremediables/The Incurable: Draft A
18 Remedios e irremdiables: Draft A
19 Los remedios y los irremdiables: Draft A
20 Remedios e irremdiables/Cures and the Incurable: Draft A
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64 1 Remedios e irremdiables/Cures and the Incurable: Draft B
2 Remedios e irremdiables/Cures and the Incurable: Draft C
3 Remedios e irremdiables/Cures and the Incurable: Draft D
4 Remedios: Poems curativos: Draft A
Switchback:
5 Draft A
6 Draft B
7 Draft C
8 Draft D
Unexpected Turn:
9 Notes
10 "Introduction"
11 Draft fragment A
12 Draft fragment B
13 Draft fragment C
14 Draft fragment D
15 Draft fragment E
16 Working draft
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65 1 Draft A
2 Draft B
3 Draft C
4 Draft D
5 Draft E
6 Draft F
7 Draft G
8 Draft H
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66 1 Draft I
2 Draft J
3 Draft K
4 Draft L
5 Draft M
6 Draft N
7 Draft O
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67 1 Revisions, Beth Hadas
2 Revisions, Mike Ebinger
3 Chronicle Books rejection
4 Contract, UNM Press
5 Publicity and Reviews
6 Selections for readings
7 Three Christmas poems
El viento en Chaco:
8 Draft A
9 Draft B
10 Unnamed poetry collection: Outline and draft
Published poems
11 "Para dolor de muelas": La caña y el vendeval, December 1993
12 "El carnero," "Maestro viejo," "Nunca en mi vida," "Untitled," "Ya es tiempo": El caracol, July 1978
13 "Para dolor de muelas/For Toothaches": Chicoma Voice, Spring 1993
14 "Francisco": La confluencia, July 1977
15 "José," "Juanito," "Procopio," "Teofilo," "Ventana quebrada": La confluencia, October 1978
16 "Tú eres el mar/You Are the Sea": Crosswinds, June 1991
17 "Conjugación": Entorno, Spring 1995
18 "¿Me quieres?" "Patria," "Siento mucho": Estrella del Sur, January-March 1994
19 "Entró abuelo pasando como una sombra," "Tía Luisa": Estrella del Sur, July-September 1994
20 "Cirujano," "La mirada": Estrella del Sur, September 1997
21 "Blind Curve," "Lighting Up": Frank, 1998
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68 1 "Dios emborrachado," "Tierra o muerte": Fronteras, March 1998
2 "Día 24 de junio": El gato tuerto, 1988
3 "De colores": Huehuetitlán, October 1991
4 "Entró abuelo pasando como una sombra," "Siento mucho": Linolenun, May 1998
5 "Día 24 de junio": Mr Cogito, Fall 1989
6 "The Disappeared Can Disappear No More/Los desaparecidos ya no pueden desaparecerse más," "On the First Anniversary.../En el primer aniversario...," "Revolutionary Poetics/Poética revolucionaria": New Kauri, May 1984
7 "En la sombra de la Santa Cruz": The New Mexican, 8 October 1983
8 "Coyote Goes to Northern New Mexico Community College": Northern New Mexico Community College Spring 1982 Schedule, , Spring 1982
9 "Mataron a Willie/They Killed Willie, "Sueño/Dream," "La trigueñita/The Dark Girl": Phantasm, 1980
10 "Cortando alfalfa": A Place for Poets, June-August 1989
11 "Foreplay and French Fries": A Place for Poets, December-February 1989
12 "Los abuelos," "Los cumpleaños de Doña Agueda," "De colores," "Entró abuelo pasando como una sombra," "Frigid," "Más lejos que Germany," "Patria," "¿Me quieres?" "Siento mucho," "Tía Luisa": Poesía, 1990
13 "Pescando al amanecer" and others: Poesía, 1996
14 "For Earaches": The Practice of Peace, 1998
15 "El caos," "Las gafas de sol," "La otra mujer," "El perro muerto," "La pregunta en el kiva": Prometeo, 1998
16 "Peter Sans Pity": Prufrock, 1965
17 "Vamos por 'hamborgues'": Revista Literaria de El Tecolote, N.d.
18 "En la sombra de Santa Cruz": Santa Fe Reporter, 1983
19 "Little Eyes": Scree, N.d.
20 "Demolition," "Dios emborrachado," "A Holy Extravagence of Light," "Skipping Stones," "Unexpected Turn": Sell-Outs, Fall 1992
21 "Misfit": Southwest Heritage, Summer 1977
22 "Wrecke": Southwest Heritage, 1978
23 "Rebuilt": Southwest Heritage, Fall 1981
24 "The Revolt Will Resume Three Hundred Years Later": Spawning the Medicine River 7, 1981
25 "Frigid," "Petra Jr.": Tonantzín, June/July 1984
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69 Poems: Alphabetical
1 Poems starting with a number
2 Poems "A"
3 "A Lota Girlfriends"
4 "A Nice Juicy Hamburger"
5 Poems "B"
6 Poems "C"
7 Poems "D"
8 "Direcciones"
9 Poems "E"
10 "Está en su casa"
11 Poems "F"
12 Poems "G"
13 Poems "H"
14 Poems "I"
15 Poems "J"
16 Poems "L"
17 Poems "M"
18 Poems "N"
19 Poems "O"
20 Poems "P"
21 Poems "Q"
22 Poems "R"
23 "Rondita"
24 Poems "S"
25 Poems "T"
26 Poems "U" and "V"
27 Poems "W"
28 "Waterbug Codex"
29 Poems "Y"
20 Poems untitled
31 Poems written before Sagel's death: "Prognosticación," "Renacimiento"
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70 Short Stories
Short story collections are listed alphabetically. They are followed by short stories published individually, which are listed alphabetically by journal title. Individual short stories, listed alphabetically, follow.
"De la muerte y de la suerte":
1 Notes
2 "De la muerte y de la suerte"
3 "Dos clases de perros"
4 "Strange noises"
5 "Ruidos"
6 "Two Types of Dogs"
7 Draft A
8 Draft B
9 Draft C
10 Draft D
"Easy":
11 Draft fragment
12 Submission for publication
"The Fighting Knights of San Jose":
13 Notes
14-15 Draft fragments [2 folders]
16 Draft A
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71 1 Draft B
2 Draft C
"Más que no love it":
3 "Antes no había ni una casa aquí"
4 "La bruja"
5 "Embócame en la mal casa"
6 "Este Pifi"
7 "La familia"
8 "I'm Very Sorry"
9 "The Late Joe Hurts"
10 "Más Que No Love It" [Eng]
11 "Más que no love it" [Spn]
12 "Preface"
13 "Prefacio"
14 "¡Quéjese!"
15 "¿Quién sabe qué será el problema allá?"
16 "So, Complain!"
17 "This Pifi"
18 "Who Knows What the Problem Is Over There?"
19 "The Witch"
20 Draft fragment A
21 Draft fragment B
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72 1 Draft fragment C
2 Draft fragment D
3 Draft A
4 Draft B
5 Draft C
6 Contract: West End Press
7 Publication notes, proofs
8 Book review, Plural
9 Publicity and Review
10-11 "People Were One": Draft A [2 folders]
"Sábelotodo Entiéndelonada":
12 "Petenrita" [Eng]
13 "Petenrita" [Spn]
14 "Professor Teeshirt's Secret"
15 "Sábelotodo Entiéndelonada" [Eng]
16 "Sábelotodo Entiéndelonada" [Spn]
17 "El secreto del profesor camiseta"
18 "Show Starts In Ten Minutes" [Eng]
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73 1 "Show Starts In Ten Minutes" [Spn]
2 Book notes
3 Reviews
"El Santo Queso/The Holy Cheese":
4 Notes
5 "The Biggest Liars In Town"
6 "Contamination"
7 "De velorios a casorios"
8 "Easy" [Spn]
9 "Los embusteros más grandes del pueblo"
10 "From Wakes To Weddings"
11 "The Holy Cheese"
12 "El Inventor"
13 "The Inventor"
14 "La Muerte Bataan" [Eng]
15 "La Muerte Bataan" [Spn]
16 "Occupational Hazards"
17 "Riesgos ocupacionales"
18 "El Santo Queso"
19 "A Silent Place"
20 Draft A
21 Draft B
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74 1 Draft C
2 Draft A
3 Submission to Avon Books
4 Galleys and galley fragment
5 Book review, Casa de las Américas
6 Reviews
7 Publicity
"Una sed imposible":
8 Draft A
9 Draft B
"Tunomás Honey":
10 Notebook
11-12 Draft A [2 folders]
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75 1 Casa de las Américas Prize telegram March-April 1982
2 Book Review, Casa de las Américas
3 Reviews
4 Publicity
5 Critical articles
6 Presentation, Ruidoso Library
7 Exhibition, UNM-LA library
Published Short Stories
8 "Easy": Albuqerque Living, January 1988
9 "La junta": Amaru, June 1981
10 "El que nunca murió," "Ruidos": Azar, December 1993
11 "Chaung Tzu y tú": Blancomóvil, April 1993
12 "Embócame en la mal casa": Blancomóvil, March-April 1992
13 "Lupe's Bar and Grill": Cambio, 1979-1980
14 "Poco veneno no mata": Plural, July 1981
15 "Antes no había ni una casa aquí": Plural, May 1982
16 "Embócame en la mal casa": Plural, June-Oct 1987
17 "You Never Know When You're Going To Need Salt": Scree, 1981
18 "Old Greymare": Spawning the Medicine River, Fall 1981
19 "Tunomás Honey": El tecolote, N.d.
20 "Doña Refugio and Her Comadre": Tierra, 1989
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76 1 "El que nunca murió": Tierra Adentro, April-May 1998
2 "Occupational Hazards": Xenomorph, Winter 1988
Individual Short Stories
3 "El Americano"
4 "Another Río Arriba Murder"
5 "Arreglos"
6 "The Arzobispo's Windshield"
7 "Back-Row Poet"
8 "Bisbee": Notes, draft fragments
9 "Bisbee": Drafts
10 "Bisbee": Anonymous revisions [poss. Mike Ebinger]
11 "Calavera"
12 "Caminar sobre la cola de un tigre"
13 "El camino viejo pasaba por aquí"
14 "Chifladera"
15 "La danza"
16 "Dean the Death-Tripper": Draft fragments, drafts
17 "Dean the Death-Tripper": Submission, Susan Bergholz
18 "Death in the Family"
19 "Doña Refugio y su comadre"
20 "Dos clases de perros": Notes, draft fragments, drafts
21 "Dúo"
22 "Easy" [Eng]
23 "Easy" [Spn]
24 "Egg Shoes"
25 "El que cantó hasta morir"
26 "El que nunca murió"
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77 1 "En casa"
2 "Entre silencios"
3 "Fragrance of Orchids"
4 "La familia"
5 "Fred Ford": Notes, draft fragments, draft
6 "From Death and Fate"
7 "La fuga"
8 "A Hard Climb"
9 "The Healer"
10 "The Intiation"
11 "Juan de Dios, Etc." [Eng]
12 "Juan de Dios, Etc." [Spn]
13 "Landmine"
14 "Lupe's Bar and Grill"
15 "Más que no love it" [Bilingual]: Ideas and outline
16 "Más que no love it" [Spn]
17 "The médico"
18 "El médico"
19 "Muertos que no hacen ruido" [Eng]: Notes, draft
20 "Muertos que no hacen ruido" [Spn]: Draft fragments, draft
21 "Occupational hazards"
22 "Old Greymare" [Eng]
23 "Old Greymare" [Spn]
24 "The One Who Sang Until He Died"
25 "Peine perfumado"
26 "Posada": Draft fragments, draft
27 "Ruidos"
28 "El sanador"
29 "El secreto del profesor camiseta"
30 "Una sed imposible"
31 "Los Senior Cities"
32 "Será un milagro"
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78 1 "Serruche": Notes, outline, draft fragments, drafts
2 "Sixty-six Relatives On the Payroll"
3 "Skull"
4 "Smoky Orchid": Outline, draft fragment, drafts
5 "Strange Noises"
6 "Talking Ronald Reagan"
7 "Tía Beatriz"
8 "Tía Luisa"
9 "La traducción"
10 "El travieso"
11 "Two Types of Dogs"
"Virgin":
12 Draft fragments, drafts A-C
13 Drafts D-F
14 Revisions, Mike Ebinger
15 Revisions, Sandra Cisneros
16 "Writing the Unimaginable"
17 "You Like Beans?"
18 "You Never Know When You're Going To Need Salt"
19 "Zapatos de huevo"
20 Untitled story draft
21-22 Story Ideas [2 folders]
23 Story Ideas: Reflexiones tapatías
24 Research material
25 Talking points: "Inspiration for stories"
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79 Textbook: "De Mastro, Poeta y Loco":
Sagel’s unpublished bilingual creative writing textbook incorporated worksheets and exercises he devised while teaching throughout Northern New Mexico. Further related material not listed in this subseries may be found in the “Teaching Materials” series.
1 Notes A
2 Notes B
3 Notes C
4 Draft fragment A
5 Draft fragment B
6 Draft fragment C
7 Draft fragment D
8 Draft fragment E
9 Draft A 1
10 Draft A 2
11 Draft B 1
12 Draft B 2
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80 Notebooks
The Notebooks subseries is divided into two sections: Teaching/Organizational Notebooks, and Writing notebooks. Though nearly all Sagel’s notebooks contain drafts of his written works, the Teaching/Organizational Notebooks are dominated by entries that pertain to teaching, workshops or other non-authorial activities. The content of each notebook under Writing Notebooks mostly relates to his written works. For each notebook, if a title was written on the front or back cover (or both), that title is in quotation marks at the beginning of the entry for that notebook. If there were titles on the front and back cover, the two titles are both in quotation marks, and listed at the beginning of the entry. Each notebook entry includes detailed information about the contents of the notebook; poems are so denoted, and essay and short story drafts are indicated by the title under which they were eventually published (e.g. “Alfonso Story a Tale of Two”) or by subject matter if they were not published.
Teaching/Organizational Notebooks:
1 Notebook #1
"PITS- 84/85," lesson plans, "El inventor" translation ("The Inventor"), "From Wakes to Weddings" manuscript, "Freedom Fighters" movie review, writing exercises
2 Notebook #2
"PITS- 85-86," lesson plans, writing exercises
3 Notebook #3
"PITS- 85-86," lesson plans, writing exercises, "What if Kearney Had Taken a Wrong Turn?" manuscript
4 Notebook #4
writing exercises
5 Notebook #5
publishing notes
6 Notebook #6
Albuquerque Journal article notes, teaching schedule
7 Notebook #7
[notebook in Sagel's briefcase at time of death] lesson plans, writing exercises
8 Notebook #8
lesson plans, lecture notes, film proposal, "I breathe through your breath": poem for Teresa Archuleta's brithday, 1982
9 Notebook #9
"PITS- 83," lesson plans, writing exercises, lecture notes, "Professor Teeshirt's Secret" manuscript, play outline
10 Notebook #10
"Poems," lesson plans, writing exercises, "La angostura" poem, "¿Me quieres?" poem, "Los compadres" poem, "Caballos cabrones" poem, "Ya mero" poem, "Llámame el padre" poem, "No llegó el señor" poem, "Autobiographical sketch" manuscript, "Doña Sebastiana" poem, "Scholar, 83, Young of Mind" manuscript
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81 1 Notebook #11
lesson plans, writing exercises, lecture notes, various letter drafts, "Resiembra" notes
2 Notebook #12
"NMCC- Spring 86, ENG 111-SW Lit," lesson plans, writing exercises, lecture notes
3 Notebook #13
"NNMCC," lesson plans, writing exercises, lecture notes
4 Notebook #14
"NNMCC," lesson plans, writing exercises, lecture notes, "La bruja" poem, "The Co-Op" poem, "Lost again for a while" poem, "Hablando de brujas y la gente de antes" outline, "Día 24 de junio" poem, "Where the First People Came From" poem, "La carta" poem, "Tía" poem, "El médico" poem
5 Notebook #15
"EVHS," lesson plans, writing exercises, lecture notes,
6 Notebook #16
"EVHS," lesson plans, writing exercises, lecture notes, "Nunca te voy a decir mi nombre de verdad" poem
7 Notebook #17
"NNMCC," lesson plans, writing exercises, lecture notes,"Mamá Tells the WHOLE Story" poem,
8 Notebook #18
lesson plans, writing exercises
9 Notebook #19
record of book transactions
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82 1 Notebook #20
creative writing exercises, course contracts, lesson plans, plans for development of Chicano literature program, "Sólo se matò" poem,
2 Notebook #21
"Journal," Santa Cruz church notes, recipe, list of housing items,
3 Notebook #22
course outline/proposal, "Wreck" poem, writing exercises, lesson plans, "Junk Mail in Hand" poem, "Good- me dices" poem,
4 Notebook #23
"Gato" poem, "Barbecho" poem, "I Only Played a Few Rounds" poem, "Matanza" poem, "Rattler" poem, "La bruja" poem, lesson plans, class reading questions, "3rd Eye" poem, letter draft writing exercises,
5 Notebook #24
"Sagel," Southwestern Literature course syllabus, Creative Writing course syllabus, lesson plans, "Orange Juice Blues" poem, Sagel's faux obituary [course assignment], photo of Teresa Archuleta-Sagel
6 Notebook #25
"NNMCC Fall 83/Darlene Anaya," lesson plans, writing exercises, story fragment, notes on Darlene Anaya,
7 Notebook #26
"EVHS," writing and reading exercises, lesson plans, speakers during course, "Pobrecito yo" poem, letter to "Marie Levy" draft
8 Notebook #27
"NNMCC Spring 1983," "First Love" poem, letter draft for Latin American Film Project, lesson plans, exam draft, Santa Cruz Parish Book editorial work
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83 1 Notebook #28
"Grades: Fall 94, Spring 95, Summer 95" and "Phone Log 95-96," phone log 1994-95, "Multicultural Lit" presentation
2 Notebook #29
"NNMCC Fall 85," course outlines and objectives, lesson plans
3 Notebook #30
"ENG 298- Sp 96, Taos-Summer 96-LA Lit and Film," lesson plans, writing assignments, class handout outline, lecture notes,
4 Notebook #31
"UNM/LA- Spring 1991, Creative W.-221, 298, Español 102/104," course outlines and objectives, "The Flush of Success" draft, class records, lesson plans, biography draft, poetry fragments, "Better This Time" poem, "This Envelope Does Not Hold a Bottle of Chanel No.5" poem, Jacobo Archuleta eulogy draft, "Puerto del Sol" Caló edition notes,
5 Notebook #32
"UNM/LA Summer 87" amd "NNMCC Summer 87," lecture outline, writing journal assignments, lesson plans, speaker schedule, land grant notes
6 Notebook #33
"Jemez- Fall 88" and "Jemez College- Bilingual Lir of SW, Fall 88," notes for school meetings, oral history lecture notes, lecture outline, storytelling exercises, lesson plans
7 Notebook #34
"IAIA-Spring 90, Fiction Workshop" and "IA-Spring 90, Chicano Lit, Creative Non-fiction," writing exercises, lesson plans, syllabus outline, lecture notes, reading exercises
8 Notebook #35
"UNM/LA-Eng 101, Fall 86, PITS-Fall 86," writing exercises, "Christie is Crushed" poem, "El rey del río" poem, exam outline, workshop plans, lesson plans, "Ring Rhyme" poem,
9 Notebook #36
"UNM/LA-Spring 87 C.Writing" and "NNMCC-Spring 87," course outline, lesson plans, lecutre notes, "SF Anthology" notes, course syllabus, course outline, "Where In the Thesaurus" poem,
10 Notebook #37
"UNM/LA-Creative Writing Spring 89," assignment notes, lesson plans, lecture notes, "Los Pastores" draft
11 Notebook #38
"Teacher Training-Notes, While lang/Creative Writing across Curriculum" and "Highlands-Taos Class, Creative Writing-Summer 88," storytelling schedule, list of services, workshops description, activities outline
12 Notebook #39
"Summer 91, UNM-Grad-Esp, Creative W-UNM/LA" and "UNM/LA-C.Writing 221, verano 91," lesson plan, lecture outlines and notes, professional biography draft, announcement of Chicana Literature presentation, personal journal, "If This Birthday Card" poem
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84 1 Notebook #40
"UNM-LA-Fall 92- C.Writing 221" and "Bil. Creative W- Grad Fall 92," lesson plans and course schedule, lecture notes, course outline, guidelines for accents
2 Notebook #41
"UNM/LA-Fall 90, Creative Writing 221, 298" and "NNMCC-Creative W Fall 90, UNM/LA- Esp 101 and 103 Otoño 90, Pojoaque>Creative Writing Course-Fall 90, Peñasco Schools Bil. Workshop-Spring 93," course ideas, syllabus draft, lesson plans, lecture notes
3 Notebook #42
"UNM/LA-Fall 89 Chicano Lit" and "UNM/LA-Fall 89 Recruiting [Taos Workshop-Fall 89]," lecture notes, Gudadalupe Hidalgo notes, Chicano history notes, lesson plans, writing exercises, course introductions, American Studies solicitation, "Horas después" poem, "Movida" notes
4 Notebook #43
"IAIA-Fall 89 NA Lit, Contemporary Fic" and "IAIA/Fall '89, Fiction Workshop," syllabus draft, lesson plans and outlines, lecture notes, writing exercises,
5 Notebook #44
"UNM-LA/Fall 93, Eng 298" and "UNM-Fall 93, Eng 221, Eng 211," lesson plans, writing exercises, "Her Eyes and All They Tell Me" poem, "Nuestra bendición" poem, letter draft re:UNM/LA library, reading exercises
6 Notebook #45
"Summer 92>UNM Grad, LA Lit and Film, SW Lit (Bil)" and "Summer 92-UNM/LA, Creative W 221," syllabus draft, lesson plans and outlines, lecture notes, writing exercises,
7 Notebook #46
"Misc. Recruitng/UNM-LA," UNM-LA legislative talk draft, "Los Pastores" draft and notes, budget outline, Ft. Lewis presentation outline, schedule, rationale and planning for southwest studies degree, workshop outline
8 Notebook #47
"CIMTE 493/593 C Writing-Bil SF-Spring 94, CIMTE 493/593 Bil Lit of SW Summer 94-Taos, UNM-LA ENG 211-SW Image in Lit and Film Summer 92" and "ENG 397 Chicano Lit UNM-Grad-LA Spring 94, ENG 221- Summer 94 UNM-LA," lesson plans, lecture notes, writing assignments
9 Notebook #48
"UNM-LA Fall 95 298" and "Fall 95 UNM-LA 211 NA Lit," lesson plans, lecture series schedule, class notes, reading and writing exercises
10 Notebook #49
"UNM-LA Spring 94 ENG 298" and "UNM/LA Spring 94 ENG 221," course outline, lesson plans, class notes, "Una sóla salida del sol" poem, "Esperando es despegue" poem
11 Notebook #50
"298- C Writing Spring 93 UNM/LA, 221- C Writing Summer 93 UNM/LA" and "C Writing UNM/LA 221> save for Summer 93, Chicano LIt UNM/LA Spring 93, CIMTE 421/521 LA Summer 93," lecture notes, lesson plans, writing exercise, syllabus draft, "A Tangle On the Floor" poem,
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85 1 Notebook #51
"UNM-Grad LA Multicultural Lit of SW Spring 93" and "Las Vegas PITS Spring 93, CIMTE 41593 LA LIt and Film Esp Spring 93, CIMTE 493/593 Advanced Bil Creative Writing Taos Summer 93, CIMTE 493/593 B Creative W SF Spring 94," lecture notes, lesson plans, speakers list, short story draft, writing exercises
2 Notebook #52
"SF-Grad Spring 95 LA Lit and Film, Taos Grad Summer 95 SW Lit" and "Taos Grad Spring 95 C Writing in Bil Setting, Peñasco UNM Grad Summer 95 Creative Writing in Bil Setting," lecture notes, lesson plans, speakers list, film notes, writing exercise
3 Notebook #53
"UNM-LA ENG 298 Sp. 97" and "UNM-LA Sp 97 221," lesson plans, class notes, writing exercise
4 Notebook #54
"UNM-LA Spring 95 221, Sp 95 UNM-LA Latino Lit (211)" and "ENG 298 UNM-LA Spring 95, Mural Class UNM-LA Spring 95," lesson plans, lecture notes, film notes and exercises, class and writing exercises
5 Notebook #55
"Grad Taos Fall 96 Native Lits of Americas" and "Grad Bil C Writing, UNM-Gallina Fall 96, Highlands Pojoaque Fall 96," lesson plans, course outline, lecture notes including on Gregorio Cortés, Maya, Inca and Aztec, "I Come Across a Half-Dozen Corette Convertibles" poem, "Shifting Down" poem, "For Sale, Cash or Terms" poem, Jesús Ríos obituary draft, "Poema de madrugada" poem, class exercises
6 Notebook #56
"UNM-LA 298 Fall 96" and "UNM-LA 221 Fall 96," lesson plans, course outline, writing critique guide, "Conmemoración" poem, "Commemoration" poem, "Estos ojos" poem, "These eyes" poem, "Far From Here" poem, "Lejos de aquí" poem, "Vivo entre distancias" poem,
7 Notebook #57
"UNM Grad Fall 95 Peñasco Span 315, Peñ Workshop 96, CIMTE Hisp Folklore Taos Sp 96" and "SF Grad SW Lit-Bil Fall 95, CIMTE Hisp Folklore Esp Sp96," lesson plans, lecture notes, course outlines
8 Notebook #58
"UNM/LA Spring 88 Creative Writing" and "UNM/LA Spring 88 Magic Realism," lesson plans, course outlines and descriptions, lecture notes, writing exercises, book list, Sagel publication timelines, "El aceite es la vida del carro" poem, introduction to student writing collection, film notes and study questions, book lists,
9 Notebook #59
"PITS/Longfellow Primavera 86, UNM/LA ENG 101 Summer 86" and "NM History NNMCC Summer 86," workshop outline, writing exercises, "Un carro bajo" draft, "Bicycle" draft, "Gustos y disgustos" poem, "Ratón viejo" draft, "El diablo" draft, "El jaguar" draft, "Estas cosas son buenas" poem, "This Poem Could Melt" poem, list of literary agents and draft solicitation letter, "Si te podía dar el regalo perfecto" poem, class outline, lesson plans, exam draft
10 Notebook #60
"UNM/LA NAmerican Lit Spring 89," lesson plans, course outline, proposed courses
11 Notebook #61
"UNM/LA Fall 87 C Writing," lesson plans, course outlines, short story ideas, writing exercises, lecture notes, book list
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86 1 Notebook #62
"UNM/LA Verano 90 Español 101," lesson plans, lecture notes, course outline, list of dichos, project summary draft
2 Notebook #63
"PITS 83/84," workshop ideas and dates
3 Notebook #64
"UNM/LA Spring 90 Creative Writing" and "UNM/LA Spring 90 Español 102," lecture notes, lesson plans, writing exercises, "Straight from the Heart" publication proposal draft, "I Love How Our Love Comes" poem,
4 Notebook #65
"Fall 90 Grants/SW UNM/LA" and "Juan Felipe," list of grant sources, deadlines and timelines, course deadlines and timelines, grant proposal draft, Southwest Studies degree description draft, UNM/LA memo drafts, Southwest Studies meeting notes, "Book Review: Akrilica" notes,
5 Notebook #66
"UNM/LA Fall 89 Creative Writing" and "Español 101/Otoño 89, Español 102/Primavera 90," recruitment proposal draft, lesson plans, "El beso" poem
6 Notebook #67
"Title VII proposal" and "PITS 87," Title VII proposal draft (outline, objectives, methodology), resume draft, workshop schedule and lesson plans, writing exercises, Hansel and Gretel parody, letter to nose draft, "The Greatest Fight of All Time" draft,
7 Notebook #68
"Creative Writing 221 Fall 91 and Spring 92" and "Creative Writing 298 Fall 91, Las Vegas/PITS Spring 92," workshop outline and lesson plan, "Araña, araña en su telaraña" poem, "Spider, Spider, Sitting In Your Web" poem, lesson plans, writing exercises, lecture notes
8 Notebook #69
"ESP 101 and 103 Otoño 91, ENG 298 Spring 92" and "LA Lit and Cinema Otoño 91, Grants," lesson plans, lecture notes, course outline, reading notes, reading and writing exercises, "A Sandstone Thin As Paper" poem, grant list, Quincentenary celebration plan, "From the Lance to the Lowrider: A Literary Interpretation of the Quincentennial" draft
9 Notebook #70
"UNM/LA Summer 89/C Writing" and "Mesa Vista Summer 89 [Salt of E. Intro]," lecture notes, lesson plans, New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities notes and budget, "A Smile from Micki" poem, workshop outline, writing and reading activities, "Salt of the Earth" lecture notes,
10 Notebook #71
"Jemez/Session 1," workshop administration notes, notes for teacher orientation meeting, workshop ideas, workshop outlines, book lists, writing assignments, workshop evauation rubric,
11 Notebook #72
list of possibilities for Albuquerque Journal articles, New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities application essay
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87 1 Notebook #73
"Jemez Schedules and Records 88-89," workshop schedules, objectives, outlines and plans, writing exercises, writing exercises, grades, list of publication outlets, lecture notes, book inventory, future exercise ideas draft
2 Notebook #74
"Jemez/Sessions 2 and 3" and "Jemez College Course," workshop outlines and schedules, writing excerices, federal program proposal draft, lecture notes, book list
3 Notebook #75
"PITS 87," workshop outlines and schedules, writing excerices, "Pilar and the Plant" draft, list of articles
4 Notebook #76
"UNM/LA Summer SW Cinema" and "SW Studies," UNM/LA adminstrative lists, lecture notes, lesson plans, syllabus, discussion notes, reading assignments, exam draft,
5 Notebook #77
"Museum Writing Workshops," course plan, lecture notes, lesson plans, "Regan Por Nosotros" outline, writing exercises and guides,
6 Notebook #78
"UNM-LA NA Lit Fall 92" and "UNM/LA Fall 92 298 C Writing," course outline, lesson plans, syllabus, lecture notes, reading exercises
7 Notebook #79
"UNM-LA Fall 88," lesson plans, writing exercises, story ideas, "New Mexico Land Grant Dispute cast National Guard as Enforcer/La Guardia Nacional y las sublevaciones territoriales de Nuevo México" draft, "One, Two, Three for Me" draft, letter to the editor draft, "Hispanic Marketing" draft
8 Notebook #80
"UNM Grad Taos Fall 91, UNM Grad SF Spring 92" and "UNM Grad Taos Spring 92 Bil Lit of SW," lesson plans, UNM-SF administrative notes, syllabus, lecture notes, writing exercises,
9 Notebook #81
"ENG 298 Fall 94, CIMTE 493/593 Bil C Writing SF Fall 94" and "Eng 221 UNM-LA Fall 94, 493/593 LA Lit and Film Taos Fall 94" lessons plans, "Hasta nomás" poem, lecture notes, class notes
10 Notebook #82
"Fiction Outline," workshop outline, writing exercises and guidelines
11 Notebook #83
"UNM North Sp 97 SF-Hisp Folklore" and "UNM North Sp 97 Bil Lit of SW Esp," course outline, lesson plans, "Tesoros del espiritu" tape guide, "Corazonazos" collection outline, "Más allá del amor" poem, course objectives, "A Lonely Poem" poem, "My Real Education" speech draft,
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88 1 Notebook #84
"Bil C Writing Esp Grad Summer 96" and "ENG 221 UNM-LA Summer 96," course outline, writing assignments, lecture notes
2 Notebook #85
"UNM-LA 298 Fall 97, UNM SF FAll 97 Am ST 360/560 Oral Lit SW, UNM-LA Fall 97 ENG 221" and "Fall 97 Hisp Folklore Esp-593 (Th) LA-293 (W), Esp Bil Inst- Fall 97" course outline, writing and reading assignments, lecture notes, lesson plans
3 Notebook #86
"UNM-Taos Summer 97 Bil Lit SW (Also Questa)" and "UNM-LA Summer 97 Eng 221," readings list, "Cuando te toca" draft, lecture notes, lesson plans, list of home improvements, writing assignments, "The Fragrance of Orchids" outline
4 Notebook #87
"ENG 221 Summer 95" and "Eng 221 LA Lit/Film Summer 95" lesson plans, writing and reading exercises, lecture notes
5 Notebook #88
"UNM-SF Summer 96 ENG 411-511 Fiction Workshop" and "Oficio de tinieblas- Rosario Castellanos," course outline, "Cat" poem, "Troubador" poem, "Finger Game" poem, "Chiquiados" poem, Breadloaf seminar outline, lecture notes, lesson plans
6 Notebook #89
"I'm a squirrel in the Jemez mountains," "I'm a '61 Ford Pickup," workshop outline, lecture notes, letter draft to Ralph Maradiaga, summary of scholar-in-resident program with Santa Fe Schools draft, "I can just hear you now" draft, "To the Students of Chapter I, 4th and 5th Periods" poem, writing exercises
7 Notebook #90
lesson plans, writing exercise list, writing exercises, "Sunland Park" draft, "Mesquite" draft, "Down Doniphan Road" poem, "Buckle Up With Jesus" draft, "Why I Send You Dried Roses" poem, "Not For Your Kiss" poem, "A Silent SOS" poem, "Quiero Hacer Contigo" poem, "Survivro" poem
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89 Writing Notebooks
1 Notebook #1
"EVHS," lesson plans, writing exercises, "At This Moment" poem, "Angel" poem, "There Are Hazards Involved" poem, "Mis hijos" poem, "Casorio" poem, "Guaymas Honeymoon" poem, "In My Box" poem, "What a Dump" poem, "Even Jimmy the Greek" poem, "Even These Words" poem, "Matanza" poem, "Zorillo" poem, "Antes No Habían Caminos" poem, "Gato" poem, "Callemos y reír" poem, "José María" poem, "Víbora" poem
2 Notebook #2
"EVHS," personal journal, "The Late Late Show" poem, "Y ya se fue el señor Borrego" poem, "Palabras abajo la mesa Pedernal" poem, "Hablando de brujas" poem, "Savages" poem, "El artista borracho" poem, "En el pronauf" poem, "Showdown at the Stop and Eat" poem, "Black Mesa Bar" poem, "El ojo" poem, "Cortando alfalfa" poem, writing exercises, "Didn't Even See" poem, "Fiesta" poem, "Morning in Río Arriba" poem
3 Notebook #3
writing assignments, personal biography (Spanish), book and project proposal
4 Notebook #4
outline and text for bilingual creative writing textbook, "No Howling Fox" draft, José Antonio Burciaga obituary, "Blind Curve" poem, "Slow Learner" poem, "Youngsville" poem
5 Notebook #5
text for bilingual creative writing textbook, "After I've died" poem, "Lengua sencilla" poem, "Comprometer sujetar" poem, "Vagando como Quetzalcóatl" poem, "Cena de la cima" poem, "Hay veces que te extraño tanto" poem, "Pala y pluma" poem, "Choque" poem, "Canoba" poem, "Amor de lejos" poem, "Riesgos ocupacionales" poem, "Occupational Hazard" poem, "Como todo religioso" poem, "Like every religious" poem, "Corriendo para alcanzarte" poem, "Cuerpo perfecto" poem, "Perfect body" poem, "Instinctive Dance" poem, "Baile Instintivo" poem, "Naturaleza muerta" poem, "Still Life" poem, "Estos hombres" poem, "Ofrenda" poem, "Llave" poem, "Regando tumbas" poem, "Santuario" poems, "Andrés" poem, "Tía Luisa" poem,
6 Notebook #6
"Max Vigil" draft, "Juan Rulfo" draft, "Marcos Gómez" draft, "Agriculture and Assimilation: The Otomís" draft, "Clans of the Lightening God: The Triques" draft, "The Mixtecs" draft, "McCurdy Mission" draft
7 Notebook #7
"Samuel Quintana" draft, "Dora Ortiz Vázquez" draft, "Ray John de Aragón" draft, letter draft, "Monica Sosaya Halford" draft
8 Notebook #8
"Review of 'Outcroppings from Navajoland,'" draft, "Johnnie's Cash Store" draft, "El Santo Queso: A Miracle Novel" notes, development and outline,
9 Notebook #9
"Los taxistas" draft
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90 1 Notebook #10
"Bread" poem, "Fall" poem, "Chile del Norte" notes, "Día de los muertos" notes and outline, "Los taxistas" notes and outline, "These Men" poem
2 Notebook #11
"Parsons Project," "Straight from the Heart" notes and outline, "Straight from the Heart" text draft, "EL travieso" notes, "Old Greymare" [Spanish] draft,
3 Notebook #12
journal from period in hospital, teaching notes, "Petra Chávez" draft, "The Biggest Liars in Town" draft, "Patricio Chacón" draft, "Santo Queso" novel draft fragment,
4 Notebook #13
"Novela-1," "The Fighting Knights of San José" book outline and drafts, "An Immigration Problem: Manhattan and Dallas 'Greenbacks'" draft,
5 Notebook #14
"Novela-2," "25 Year Old Family Business Still Keeping Things Covered" draft, Darwinsim vs. creationism essay draft, "The Fighting Knights of San José" draft, "Photographer Mixes Images Trying to Offer True Picture" draft, "The Lowdown on Lowrider Laughs: Española Jokes" draft, "All in the Family" draft, "Listen- they're playing our song" poem, writing exercise
6 Notebook #15
"Novela-3," "Body Language" draft, "The Fighting Knights of San José" draft and notes, "New Mexico's Olympic Hopefuls" draft, "Fade In" poem, "Mail from Madrid" poem, " Zoo" poem, "Conjuration" poem, "Today" poem, "The Rooster in teh Balcony" poem, "Solicitude" poem, "Adam and Eve Without Regret for the Lost Paradise" poem, "Martyrology" poem, "Late Rock" poem, "The Heavy Bear that Always Accompanies Me" poem, "Foliage and Labyrinth" poem, "Ana and the Sea" poem, report on Cuba project, "Suntracks" intro draft, "Los Alamos County's Iron Sheriff" draft, "Visitor's Lack of Etiquette Could Be Taxing" draft, story ideas, "Ex-Dairy Man David Ferguson Still Active" draft, "Hispanics are not just overcrowded" draft, "New Restaurant Has Touches of Home" draft, "Burro Ride Offers Views, 300 Years of History" draft
7 Notebook #16
notes, "Resiembra Chicana" proposal draft, lesson plans, writing exercises, "Para ser mayordomo" poem, "Otro crismes" poem, play notes and outline, story ideas and outlines, "Eat Good" poem, school board article draft, "Treaty" poeam, "La junta" draft, "Nosotros, los cieguitos" draft, various letter drafts, "Tunomás Honey" [Spanish] draft, "La familia sorda" draft, "El americano" [English and Spanish] draft and outline
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91 1 Notebook #17
"Novela outline," "Singer Becomes Sculptor in 'Isolated' Taos Home" draft, "Vet Recalls Barbarity of 'Great War'" draft, "The Fighting Knights of San José" notes and draft, "Small Station Still Provides Old-Fashioned Service" draft
2 Notebook #18
"Electric Co-Op Inspires Solution to Arms Race" draft, "Contaminación" draft, "El Santo Queso" [English] draft,
3 Notebook #19
"Novela," "El Santo Queso" novel draft, "Federico Vigil's Art Religious, Yet Intensely Human" draft, reading notes, "Suntracks" submission letter draft, lesson plan
4 Notebook #20
"Novela," "El Santo Queso" novel draft, "Restored Church a Jewel" draft, "Alfonso Story a Tale of Two" draft, "Unexpected Turns: Counselor-Artist Traveling Various Paths, Finds His Own Way" draft, "Going Strong at 83, People Have Been Center of Former Santa Fe Mayor's Life" draft,
5 Notebook #21
"El Santo Queso" novel draft, "Produce Grower Harvest Joy" draft
6 Notebook #22
"Novela- Part V," "El Santo Queso" novel draft, "Hard Work Pays Off for Immigrants" draft, "Jenny's Music: Her Songs Play Part in Preserving History" draft, "Burrito Business" draft, "His Cup (And House) Runneth Over" draft, "Sharing His Gift" draft, "Doña Refugio y su comadre" [Spanish] draft, "An Expression of Faith" draft, "Wall Art: Gilberto Guzmán Uses Color, Angles to Make Bold Statements" draft, "Oke-Oweenge Cooperative Preserves Traditional Arts, Crafts" draft, play draft
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92 1 Notebook #23
"Mundy vs. Martínez," "Potter Still Does Things Her Way, the Old Way" draft, Fr. Méndez questions, Duke City Lumber Company article, "Mundy vs. Martínez" notes and draft
2 Notebook #24
"The Starlighter" poem, story ideas, "Matachines: Man 'Born to Be Musician' Helps Preserve Holiday Drama" draft, "La Edith" draft, "Gia" poem, "Absurdly Ancient Stars" poem, "Velarlo de lejos" poem, "Mariposa" poem, "Mr. G" poem, "Big Wind" poem, "Sordo" poem, "Rondita" poem, "Nuestra cama" poem, "Waste Treatment" poem, "The End of Many Things" poem, "Despedida" poem, "Birthright" poem, assorted poem drafts, "Strangely Stripped" poem, "Amor de lejos" poem, "Dressing Saints" poem
3 Notebook #25
"Zulema," "Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow" draft, "From the Plus Sign" poem,
4 Notebook #26
"Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow" draft,"Book Introduction: Papá" draft, "Early Memories"
5 Notebook #27
"Trinity" poem, "Pasó por aquí" poem, "Peanuts Are For Sale" poem, "Promesas para los veinticinco años que nos quedan por delante" poem, "Stuck" poem, "Gallows Humor" poem, "Overlooking Los Brazos" poem, "At the Ghost Ranch Sales Ring" poem, "The Perfect Eyes of the Virgin" poem, "Stone Virgin" poem, "Volver" poem,
6 Notebook #28
"La bruja" poem, "Petirita" draft, "The Tracks of the Rain Gods" poem, "Lament to San Isidro" poem, "Low Slung" poem, "The Furious Chest" poem, "The Tea-For-Eight" poem, "Setting the Future Ablaze" poem, "A Coin for Life" poem, "Salute to Jaime Sabines" poem, "Sandstone Pearls" poem, "Pueblo Bonito" poem, "Near the Summit" poem, "No Danger to the Public" poem, "Just Outside the Door" poem, "Husband's Tale" poem, "Poco Veneno" poem, "Civilization" poem, "In the San Juan Basin" poem, "On Lonely Highway" poem, "Stone Age Amazonian" poem, "Watering Graves" poem
7 Notebook #29
"Gudalajara Notes," "Los taxistas" draft, "Afterbirth" poem, "Shiprock" poem, "A Little More Every Morning" poem, "The Breaking Sun" poem, "Planted Like My Own Feet" poem, "Shovel and Pen" poem, "Un Nuevo Tratado" poem, "The Only Difference" poem, "Grace Period" poem, "The Greesn of La Tierra" poem, "Rendijas" poem, "Wandering Like Quetzalcóatl" poem, "The Past, Perfect" poem, "Spectacular Views" poem, poem fragments, "Implosion" poem, "Deus Ex Machina" poem, "Visit the King" poem, "This Land of Miracles" poem, "A Sunny Afternoon in Ratón" poem, "The Sweetheart Queen at the Santa Cruz Center for Senior Citizens" poem, "The Lavender Kid" poem, "Going With the Flow" poem, "Amor sin dientes" poem, "Over the Banks of That River" poem, "Death Strikes Out" poem
8 Notebook #30
"Poems," "Sueño" poem, "Hablando de brujas y la gente de antes" book notes, "El valiente habla de sus vecinas" poem, "La pelea" poem, "Los Días de Nuestras Vidas" poem, "Mamá en el telefón a su hija" poem, "Mi tejadora" poem, "José" poem, "El cuento es" poem, "Territorio del gallo" poem, "Los buenos americanos" poem, "Maclovio" poem, "Juanito" poem, "Santuario" poem, "El padre y el zorrillo" poem, "Invierno en primavera" poem, "Muy peligroso jugar con Doña Sebastiana" poem, "Low Rider" poem, "Teófilo" poem, letter draft to Sabine Ulibarrí, letter draft, "High School Heaven" poem, "Procopio" poem, "Sueño" poem, "El econo" poem, "La siembra" poem, "Mi novia más traviesa" poem, "Esa porquería" poem
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93 1 Notebook #31
"James Edward Sagel," Master's program clases notes, "Grandpa and Grandma (Home Movies Tonight)" poem, "Something More Than" poem, "If I Could Capture That Slant" poem, "Holy God!" poem, "The Poet" poem, "I Am Like a Lost Child" poem, "City Blues" poem, "Kites Like to Fly" poem, "The Ant and the Grasshopper" poem, "When the Sky Breaks Apart" poem, "The Cottonwoods Bow" poem, "There Is a Pear Tree" poem, "The Old Ones Say" poem, "Our Heads Are Filling Up with Space" poem, "Crowns" poem, "It Was the Drug" poem, "Three Huddled Below Iron Gates" poem, "A Ragged White Shirt Is a Flag" poem, "After the Industrial Revolution" poem, "Let's Get Out" poem, "Poetry Is Like a Tree" poem, "So the Parable Reads" poem, "Gallows Pole" poem
2 Notebook #32
"Tiempo prestado" poem, "Abuelita" poem, "El myordomo" poem, "Todo todito está yendo" poem, "Nuestro electrista" poem, "Close Up" poem, "Peinándote" poem, "Combing" poem, "Ya mamá se libertó" poem, "Créyelo" poem, "La muchachita en tus ojos" poem, "Los celos" poem, "Tiene uno que cantar" poem, "Scars" poem, "Casorio" poem, "La casa" poem, "El tiempo" poem, "Pruning" poem, "Vato loco" poem, "No One Expected It" poem, "Frankie" poem, "Bailando el chote" poem, "Tío and Tía Are In a Remembering Mood" poem, "La campana" poem, "Mis cuatro vecinos" poem
3 Notebook #33
"Seagull," lesson plans, writing assignments, "Versos, dichos y pensamientos" speech draft, letter drafts (Northern New Mexico Community College position), resume draft, "El corrido de Fuenteovejuna, U.S.A." play outline and publicity, "The Calabaza Brothers" poem, "Chocolate Atole" poem, "Matriarch" poem, "Lefty" poem, "Andrew" poem, "Son los niños" poem, "Mama Red Cloud's Got a New Freedom" poem, "Angel" poem, "Tom Charley" poem, "Sueño" poem, "Doña Petrita" poem, "Sábelotodo Entiéndelonada" poem, "Tú eres el mar" poepoem, "Mujer estrambólica" poem, "Fuertes espantajos" poem, "Mighty Scarecrows" poem, "Entró abuelito pasando como una sombra" poem, "Boomer Roybal" poem, "Frijoles pintos" poem, "Madrugada nuevomexicana" poem
4 Notebook #34
speech outline, "Suntracks" letter draft
5 Notebook #35
"The Poem is Bone" poem, "Grey Wind" poem, "Padre" poem, "Apocalyptic Blues" poem, "The Pain" poem, self-addressed letter, "Esta poema" poem, "When I Was Down in Hell" poem, "So Close I Can Hear Your Voice" poem, "200 Miles of Pipe" poem, "In This Poem the Mind Is a Rock" poem, "Up In Coyote" poem, "A New God Skulks Above Black Mesa" poem, "Hard Wind" poem, "Talking Second Depression" poem, "We Are the Third Generation" poem, poem fragments, "Dreams of the Body" poem, "Digging In" poem, paper outline, "Among Them Are Skilled Archers" poem
6 Notebook #36
"Pride, Ingenuity and Tradition" essay draft, Artist-in-Residence announcement draft
7 Notebook #37
"NMCC," short stopry fragment draft, "Cena" poem, lesson plans, "Empezó con Thomas Jefferson" poem, "Visita desde el World Trade Center" poem, "Nos cuesta caro" poem, "La misma película de siempre" poem, "Sólo una cuestión de negocio" poem, brief bio (Spanish) draft, "Center Helps Alcoholics Find Hope, Kick Habit" notes
8 Notebook #38
book publication notes, "An Expression of Faith" notes,
9 Notebook #39
"Hay tantas casas blancas" poem, "There Are So Many White Houses" poem, "Sangre que corra rojo como el cine" poem, "No hay peligro" poem, "La buena gente de Nebraska" poem, "Guardian Angel: Española Woman Aids the Old" draft,
10 Notebook #40
"Español 101-Primavera 85," Artist-in-Residence materials drafts, "A través del río sigues las sendas" poem, story draft fragments, blurb on Teresa Archuleta-Sagel draft, "Occupational Hazards" draft, Albuquerque Journal article notes, Spanish language exercises
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94 1 Notebook #41
"NNMCC Spring 83," "Two of Hearts" play outline, "Un poema milagroso para mi amor en el día de la Navidad 1982" poem, lesson plans and syllabi drafts, exam drafts
2 Notebook #42
"El Americano" draft, lesson plans, Southwest Studies program at NNMCC letter draft, "Decay" poem, "La espera" draft, "You Never Know When You're Going to Need Salt" draft, New Mexico land grant research sources, notes and draft, "The Revolt Will Resume Three Hundred Years Later" poem, "Lineage" poem, untitled short story draft, "Generaciones" poem, "Last Night You Asked Me What I Was Worried About" poem, "Antes sí pero ya no" draft, "El valiente Tío Sam" draft, longer compound narrative draft, "Kit Carson" poem, "A Few Historical Questions and an Observation Concerning the Tricentennial of the Pueblo Revolt with an Afterward on the Rebellion of 1847" poem, "El teatro de la esperanza" announcement draft, teaching reportand commentary
3 Notebook #43
"Será un milagro" draft, "Real New Mexicans Don't Eat Green Chile Quiche" draft, "Santero: Luisito Luján Rekindles Boyhood Joy of Carving" draft, "Vamos por leña: The Rites of Autumn" draft, "The Spanish Language: On Street Signs or In Our Children's Minds" draft, "San Cristobal Native Recalls Hardship, Travel in 'Good Old Days'" draft, "El Turco" draft, "Gabriel's Bar and Grill" draft, "Cómo se dice "Big Mac" en español?" draft, "Dos disteques y una seis de Schlitz" draft, "Two Steaks and a Six-Pack of Schlitz" draft, "La descarga" draft, "Arturo Jaramillo Extends Hospitality" draft, "Martínez Family Stories Laced with State History" draft, "El inventor" draft, "La Muerte Bataan" draft,
4 Notebook #44
"A Cultural Gathering: Millicent Rogers Museum" draft, "An Impossible Thirst" draft, "Resurrection Freed Him To Honor Crucifixion" draft, "Lodging" ("Posada") draft, "No Liquor or Tobacco for 100 Years" draft, "Contamination" draft, "El Santo Queso" book story order, "Catalonian Priest Becomes Citizen" draft, "The Huaves" draft, "Eliseo Rodríguez: Art and the Holy Faith" draft, "Maria Hesch" draft, "Deafness Won't Stop His Dreams" draft, "Art Conservators, Sceintists Team Up On Reredos Project" draft, "What If Kearney Had Taken the Wrong Turn at Las Vegas?" draft, "Weaving Is Hard Work, But Wonderous" draft, "Independence- Goal and Promise of IAIA" draft, story draft fragments, "En el país de los ciegos"/"El rey tuerto" draft fragment, "Remembering the Old Days- And the Hard Days" draft
5 Notebook #45
"Dichos Contain Wisdom of New Mexico's Spanish Settlers" draft
6 Notebook #46
"Tetareta Drafts- Also- 'La Española,'" "La Española" draft, proposed book titles for "Dancing to Pay the Light Bill," "Dancing to Pay the Light Bill" book outline, "Tetareta" draft
7 Notebook #47
"Contaminación" draft fragment, "The Holy Cheese" story draft, "El Inventor" draft fragment, "La Muerte Bataan" [English] draft, "It Must Be a Miracle" draft, "'Medio Caballo' Prefers Horses to Men" draft, "Computer Enters, La Farmacia Stays the Same" draft
8 Notebook #48
"Más Que No Love It" [English] draft, "Bridging Worlds: Pueblo Leader Uses Ties with One Culture to Help Another" draft, "Old Greymare" [English] draft, "So, Complain!" draft, "Who Knows What the Problem Is Over There" draft
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95 1 Notebook #49
"Santa Cruz Parish Marks Church's 250th Anniversary Today" draft, brief Spanish biography, "Sharing the Past" draft, "Octagenarian: Former Pueblo Blacksmith Has Had Many Irons in the Fire" draft, "Más Que No Love It" book story order, "The Healer" draft, "Rattler" draft, "Cat" draft, "The Witch" draft, "The Médico" draft, "Storm Threatens 'Visitor's Paradise'" draft, "Taxi Talk Tells a Lot About Nation" draft, "Arbitrary Line Divides One People" draft, "Weaver Merges Not Just to Survive But to Excel in Life" draft fragment, "Dancing Iron: Blacksmith Breathes Life Into Hot Metal" draft, "Activist Challenges World at Spiritual Crossroads" draft, "Me Durmí" draft, "Wealth Within" draft, "Que gasto de sangre" poem, "Los Cumpleaños de Doña Agueda" dedication draft, list of poems, "Marriage of Art: Two Work with Equal Passion But in Different Media, Methods" draft, "Anthropologist Aids in Understanding of Textiles in Southwest" draft, "Bringing Cloth to Life: Weaver Carries Loom, Tradition to Santa Fe" draft,
2 Notebook #50
"Emilio Romero" draft, "New Organization Helps Artists Market Works" draft, "Cleofas Vigil Preserves Culture with Tales Learned in His Youth" draft, "Visitor's Lack of Etiquette Could Be Taxing" draft, "Los embusteros más grandes del pueblo" draft, "Energy Flows from Handweaver Who is Student of Dyes, Textiles" draft, "Ruidos" draft, "Pueblo Potter Mixes Old Ways, Innovative Forms" draft, "Witness to History" draft, story draft fragment
3 Notebook #51
"Play," "Two of Hearts" play draft, "El Secreto del Profesor Camiseta" draft, "Arthur Sze" draft, "George Chávez" draft, "Zoraida and Eulogio Ortega" draft, "Historical Records Have State Archives Bursting at Seams" draft
4 Notebook #52
"Play!!," play ideas, "Cantora" book review notes and draft, Cuba program ideas
5 Notebook #53
"Unos nacen con estrella"/"Los pastores" novel character list and drafts [Spanish and English]
6 Notebook #54
"Los pastores OUTLINE," Juan Felipe Herrera comments, "Unos nacen con estrella"/"Los pastores" [Spanish and English] drafts, "This poem" poem, "Los Pastores" draft
7 Notebook #55
"Demolition" poem, "Where the Zacate Grew Wild" poem, "Serruche" [English] draft, "Fishing at First Light" poem, "One Percent Solution" poem, "Tangle" poem, "Untouchable" poem, "Now That the Darkness Has Come" poem, "Switchback" poem, "A Major Slide Ahead" poem, "Eleanor and Jim Go Higher" poem, "Shivering in the Autumn Equinox" poem, "Mi ranita" poem, "The Morning Is An Incantation" poem, "Driving On" poem, "Proverbial Itch" poem, "Lost Moment" poem, "Jackpile" poem, "Near Miss" poem, "Ceboyeta" poem, "Casting Off Clichés" poem, assorted poem drafts from "Unexpected Turn"
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96 1 Notebook #56
"Muertes," "Death In the Family" draft, "El que nunca murió" draft, "Bisbee" draft, "Muertos que no hacen ruido- La Sebastiana" draft, "Muertos que no hacen ruido- La Llorona" draft, "How Could I Forget You" poem, "Muertos que no hacen ruido- La Danza" draft
2 Notebook #57
"This Time Around" poem, "Afterlife" poem, "Coming Off the Mountain" poem, "After the [xxx]" poem, Francis Thompson citation by Juan José Arreola, coyote poem, "Chiquiados" poem; "Los Senior Cities," "Sana, sana colita de rana," "El Travieso," "El Trovador," "The Trickster," and "Cindy Crashes the Concert" drafts for "De Maestro, Poeta y Loco"
3 Notebook #58
"Estrella-Dos," "Nothing but Light" outline, "Unos Nacen Con Estrella" novel [Spanish] draft,
4 Notebook #59
"Vida de antes- Outline," "Calavera" draft, "Juan de Dios Etcétera" draft, "Virgin" draft fragment, "Cuang Tzu y tú" drafts, "Chuang Tzu and You" drafts, "Los cuentos de Tía Zulema" ["Jardín de cuentos"] outline, Tía Zulema series outline, "Tuyo es mi corazón" poem, "My Heart Is Yours" poem, "Calavera" draft, "Te recuerdo" poem, "Hasta en la nieve florece" poem, "El que cantó hasta morir" draft, "La vida de antes" book outline,
5 Notebook #60
"Unos Nacen Con Estrella" novel [Spanish] draft, "Volver" poem, "Several Out-of-State Cars" poem, "The Wheelchair Gone" poem, "Para evitar el adiós" poem, "Eaten Alive" poem, "Sin ti estoy hecho pedazos" poem, "El comeniños" poem, "Not Quiet for Long" poem, "White Man's Neck" poem, "One of These Rutted Logging Roads" poem, "At Right Angles in English" poem, speech draft for event with Rudolfo Anaya, Demetria Martinez, John Brandi and Sabine Ulibarrí, "Past Life" draft, housework notes, "Her Touch, Like Bread" poem, "Naturaleza Muerta" poem, outline for New Mexico folklore course, "Internal Combustion" poem, "Runoff" poem,
6 Notebook #61
"Notes from Jacobo story-Serruche," story ideas and notes, "Serruche" draft fragments and notes, "Cracks Are Inevitable" poem, "Luna salvaje" poem, "Wild Moon" poem, "Skipping Stones" poem, "Dios emborracho" poem, "Unexpected Turn" poem
7 Notebook #62
"Unos nacen con estrella," "Unos Nacen Con Estrella"/"Los pastores" novel [Spanish] draft fragments and character list, "El santo queso" novel character list, story elements to be inlcuded in "Unos nacen con estrella," additions to "Unos nacen con estrella" novel draft, Dalkon Shield letter draft, "El 'Sueño norteamericano': corrompido en el fondo" draft, "En casa" draft, "They Killed Willie" draft, "A Colcha, an Opal, a Black Mare" poem, "Journey from Innocence" draft
8 Notebook #63
"Switchback Notes, Estrella- Uno>Poem," "Reynita and the Miraculous Tortilla" draft, "Jardín de cuentos" draft, "The Eternal Dance" poem, list of various short compositions, "El instante antes de que se apriete el gatillo se recuerda..." poem,
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97 1 Notebook #64
"Busy Dying" poem, ordered list of short compositions, "Dean the Death-Tripper" draft, "Sota de oros" ["Donde soplan los vientos de canela"] draft, "Jack of Hearts" ["Where the Cinnamon Winds Blow"] draft, "Para un corazón cuarteado" poem, "For a Cracked Heart" poem, "Para estorbos en los ojos" poem, "Para dolor de los oídos" poem, "For earaches" poem, "Para las chinches" poem, "For Bedbugs" poem, childrens' book series outline, "Para dolor de las muelas" poem, "Para los que se atarantan" poem, "For Spells of Dizziness" poem
2 Notebook #65
character list for "Muertos que no hacen ruido" story, bio/proposal for funding, "Review: Akrílica" draft, "Muertos que no hacen ruido" story draft, "Dos clases de perros" draft, "Two Types of Dogs" draft, "Strange Noises" draft, "Mueretos que no hacen ruido" essay ideas, preface draft for "Más que no love it" book, "Altar de palabras" poem, "Muertos qu no hacen ruido" story draft,
3 Notebook #66
"Unexpected Turn and Jardín de cuentos," "White Man's Neck" poem, "One of Those Rutted Mountain Roads" poem, "New Clutch" poem, "Sacred Signs" poem, "El comeniños" poem, ideas for people portraits, "Death Has the Last Dance" draft, "Triptych" poem, "Child Abuse" poem, "Played Out" poem, "A Born [xxx]" poem, ideas for "School Crossings" collection, "There Is a Photograph" poem, "Cuaresma" poem, "Back Row Poet" poem, order of poems for "Unexpected Turn" book, "The Eyes Have It" poem, "Crossover" poem, "Black Water" poem, "Estribillo" poem, "Back Door Ceremony" poem, "El árbol tiene que sufrir" poem, "Finding My Way" poem, "Tortillas and brujerías" poem, Felipe Archuleta poem, "Another Cup of Coffee in Another Lovely Kitchen" poem, "Noche guatemalteca" poem, "Origin of Species" poem, "Whittling Away" poem, "Ceboyeta Showdown" poem, ideas for "Fred Ford," "Mural [xxx]" poem, "Hopeless Cabrón" poem, "Waiting for the Authorities" poem, "Necesidades" poem, "Canova" poem, "Dust Devil (or why I should have stayed at George's County Connection in Artesia)" poem, "Drum" poem, "Claysong" poem, "Jardín de cuentos" draft and glossary
4 Notebook #67
"Changing W.," obituary for Jesùs Ríos, "Changing Woman" ["Siempre el corazón"] draft
5 Notebook #68
story collection ideas, "El Santo Queso" [Spanish] story draft, outline of speech about Sagel, "Los Viejitos Festival Offers World's First 'Geriatric' Folk Jam" draft, commentary on educational program
6 Notebook #69
land grant notes, "Hands" novel draft, lesson plans, "He Looks Best" poem, "Los miradores" poem, writing exercises, reading exercises, "The $18.95 Special" poem, "At a Party" poem, "Other Characteristics" poem, "Easy" [English] draft, "Still Another Dead End" poem, "Little Eyes" poem, "Luchando" draft, "Chifladera" draft, "Direcciones" poem, "¿Quién se casó? ¿Quién se murió?" poem, "Los turcos" poem, "Mi'buelo" poem, "La bendición" poem, "Coyote Cheats" poem, "El sanador" poem, "El payaso viejo" poem
7 Notebook #70
"Novel/Scenes," novel outline, "Entre Silencios" story outline, "Sábelotodo Entiéndelonada" proofs comments,
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98 1 Notebook #71
"Unos Nacen Con Estrella"/"Los Pastores" novel [Spanish] draft, "Over, Again" poem, class plan, "Straight From the Heart" text draft,
2 Notebook #72
"Cántico Cósmico" outline, "Book of Embraces" outline, NPR interview talking points, "Unos nacen con estrella"/"Los pastores" draft
3 Notebook #73
"New Work," "Unos nacen con estrella"/"Los pastores" draft, letter draft, "Se entretenía clavando clavos" draft
4 Notebook #74
"Unos nacen con estrella"/"Los pastores" draft
5 Notebook #75
"Muertos que no hacen ruido" story drafts, "Milagro" poem, essay draft fragment, "La Comadre Sebastiana: The Flip Side of Death" draft, notes for "Troca story" with character "Six-ten," "Puerto del Sol: Caló Edition" introduction draft, "Sandra Cisneros" draft, "Calaveras" draft
6 Notebook #76
"Journal," book proposal draft "I'm Telling This Story Now," teaching exercises notes
7 Notebook #77
"Manuelita" poem, dream journal, letter drafts to self, colleague and friend during 1979 depressive episode, "You see, Broken Moons" poem,
8 Notebook #78
"FIL, writing, yoga," "Con hueso," record of writing sent out, exercises for 1994 NMEH Institute, contact information, to-do lists, yoga notes, "Shakti on the phone" poem, vedas and upanishads notes, "El papel" poem
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99 1 Notebook #79
lesson plans, "Resiembra" notes, writing exercises, notes for submissions to Museum of New Mexico Press, "Big Mac Attack" poem, unidentified revision notes
2 Notebook #80
"217 Children Called Her 'Mom'", draft, "De velorios a casorios" draft, "Los reumos y las hamburguesas" ["De velorios a casorios"] draft, "Riesgos de la ocupación" draft, "Posada" draft,
3 Notebook #81
lesson plans, book proposal letter draft, "Resiembra" outline, writing workshop plans, "Nunca trato de escribir poemas sobre una flor" poem, Guggenheim fellowship proposal draft, "Working Class Writers in the Southwest" draft, "Coyote goes to NNMCC" poem, letter draft, lists of works submittied to publishing outlets, draft summary/proposals for essays on Doña Agueda, the López Brothers, and Liberato Montoya
4 Notebook #82
"Más que no love it" [Spanish] draft, list of saints and their devotions, "La Familia" draft, "Quehaceres: Weaver's Way of Life Makes Art of Work" draft
5 Notebook #83
lesson plans, "Quiéen sabe qué será el problema allá" poem, "Dr. Peterson's Cure" poem, "A Lota Girlfriends" draft, "My Country Tis of Thee" poem, "Hook or Crook" poem, "Reseña de Cuentos Chicanos" draft, "Tía Josie's Favorite Song" poem, "Se le fueron las cabras" poem, "So- In Summation" poem, "Maestros" poem, "Chota" poem, poetry exam, "Don Apolonio's Pastime" poem, "En el aniversario del asesinato de arzobispo Romero" poem, "¡Quéjese" poem, "Old Greymare" draft, "A Nice Juicy Hamburger" poem, "Allí anda en su huerta" poem, "I Don't Believe in That" poem, "Siento Mucho" draft, "Los Senior Cities" [Spanish] draft, "'Folk' Artist" poem, "You Approximately" poem, lecture notes
6 Notebook #84
"Play/'Death Comes for El Pelado' Notes," play ideas, "Death Comes for El Pelado" play notes and outline, Rio Grande Center notes
7 Notebook #85
"Monica Soslaya-Haford" draft, "Rolando de León" draft, outline for "I'm Tellin' This Story Now," "Zorba the Greek, the Falkland Islands, and the Truly Needy" draft, "Sacred Art: Architect Builds Argument for Adobe" draft, "Grandparents Program Good for Kids, Ancianos" draft, "Los desaparecidos ya no pueden desaparecerse más" poem, lesson plans
8 Notebook #86
"Twas the noche antes de Crismus" poem, "Three Christmas Poems: Passageway, Miracle, Luke 2:1" poems, "The Distance Between Each Kaluha Purr" poem, letter draft, "An Immigration Problem: Manhattan and Dallas 'Greenbacks'" notes
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100 1 Notebook #87
"Novel-Land Grant," land grant notes, Conjunto Cultural letter draft, Pueblo Revolt notes
2 Notebook #88
"Novel Notes-Done," "Entre silencios" story idea, novel notes
3 Notebook #89
"PITS 83/84," lesson plans, "A Question of History" draft and list of sources, "A Man Who Keeps Things Running" draft, writing exercises, "Cinderella Updated, or Cindy Crashes the Concert," "Teacher Takes Learning Process Beyond Walls of Classroom" draft, short character sketches for writing exercises, "Church Restoration Brings Surprises in Religious Art" draft, "Artist's Work Always Travels with Customers" draft,
4 Notebook #90
"Nuevos Cuentos," "El difunto Joe Hurts" draft
5 Notebook #91
"Muertes Notas," story notes, "Breakfast in Bed" poem
6 Notebook #92
"Sobador Notas," "The Fragrance of Orchids" draft, "Your Portrait" poem, "Unexpected Turn" book introduction draft, "Some Are Born Under a Star" draft, list of possibilites for submission of work, "Virgin" draft, "Solstice Burger" poem, "Rito San José" poem, "Starstruck on a New Mexican Night" poem, "If the Santo Niño of Atocha Could Speak" poem, "Juan de Dios Etc." [English] draft, "The Healer" draft, "The Médico" draft, "Aunt Luisa" draft, "From Death and Fate" draft,
7 Notebook #93
"Some Are Born Under a Star" draft
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101 1 Notebook #94
"Cuentos," "Not All Pottery is Indian" draft, "Being a Woman Doesn't Keep Her from Being Involved" draft, "New Songs, Young Feet Carry an Ancient Message" draft, "Juan de Dios Etc." [Spanish] draft, "Entre silencios" draft, "Juan de Dios Sigfredo Melisendro Et. Al." [English] draft, "A Silent Place" draft, story ideas
2 Notebook #95
"Story Ideas," story ideas, "Los Pastores" notes and character lists, self reflections, "Gruñido" poem, "Growl" poem, yoga notes,
3 Notebook #96
"Muertes: Virgin, Santa Cruz," "La muerte de la Virgin" [English] draft, proposal for multidisciplinary program at UNM-LA, "A Safe Assumption" draft, "Santa Cruz: Meeting the Family" draft
4 Notebook #97
"New Story Ideas," story ideas, "Virgin" story ideas
5 Notebook #98
research notes, "Siempre el corazón" draft, "Always the Heart" draft, "Poca Cosa" poem,
6 Notebook #99
"Birthday No.32" poem, submission draft, Artist-In-Residence application draft, Joe Lovato notes, "A little learning is dangerious" draft, class assignment, "Church Restoration Brings Surprises in Religious Art" draft
7 Notebook #100
"Fuga" poem, "Flight" poem, speech for San Sebastian Award ceremony draft, "Al cumplir cincuenta años" poem, "El filo de septiembre" poem, "Vendeval de polvo" poem, "Regando tumbas" poem, "Pan" poem, "La pura posibilidad" poem, "Trasplante" poem, "Puro sondeo" poem, "Encanto" poem, "En el asiento trasero" poem, "Cuerda salvavidas" poem, "Terminando el trabajo" poem, "Soldado raso" poem, "Orquídea" ["Fragrance of Orchids"] draft, "Matrimonio de corazón" poem, "Siempre el corazón" draft
8 Notebook #101
"Jemez Interviews," "Salomón Lovato" notes, "Antonio Martínez" notes, "Christmas 1988" poem, "Jessi and Kate Lindrith" notes, "Melissa González" notes, writing assignments notes, poem
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102 1 Notebook #102
list of manuscripts, contacts, notes "Writer to Reader"
2 Notebook #103
"PITS 84/85," lesson plans, schedules, "¿Cómo se dice 'Big Mac' en español?" notes, Christams story draft, "Occupational Hazards" draft, "Riesgos occupacionales" draft, "De velorios a casorios" notes

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Talks and Speeches

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102 Speakers Associations
3 New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities Application, 1992
4 New Mexico Arts Divison Artist Application, 1994
5 New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities Chautaqua guide, 1995-1996
6 New Mexico Arts Divison Artist Directory, 1995-1997
7 Historical Society of New Mexico Speaker's Guide, 1997
8 New Mexico Authors and Storytellers Directory, N.d
Readings, Lectures and Speeches
Sagel’s membership in various speakers’ associations is listed chronologically by the date he joined a given association. The readings, lectures and speeches are listed chronologically, then alphabetically when a specific date was lacking. Announcements of speeches are cataloged chronologically. Workshops are listed alphabetically by workshop title.
9 "What Bloods": When Cultures Meet Conference, 1984
10 "Censorship- Books Under Fire": New Mexico Library Association Mini-Conference, 1986
11 "Siempre Joven": Taos High School Graduation, 1996
12 Keynote Speech: 10th Annual Writer's Conference, 1998
13 "Anduvo pendejo pero anduvo"
14 "Fort Lewis Presentation"
15 "My Real Education"
16 Various speech drafts
Announcements of Speeches
17 "Explore Writing": Pasatiempo, 22 November 1985
18 "Writer Jim Sagel To Speak About Folklore": Silver City Daily Press, 24 May 1988
19 "UNM-LA Plans Full Summer": Calliope, 3 May 1990
20 "Centennial Lecture Series Hosts Bilingual Author": Roswell Daily Record, 25 October 1990
21 "Loving LULAC": Fort Morgan Times, 14 December 1991
22 "Sagel To Speak At Museum": Los Alamos Monitor, 3 January 1992
23 "Sagel To Lecture Sunday": Los Alamos Monitor, 7 January 1992
24 "Visual and Performign Arts": Las Vegas Optic, 5 November 1992
25 "How Do You Say 'Big Mac'?": Ruidoso News, 25 February 1993
26 "Siguen chicanos evocando el pasado": El Norte, 17 October 1993
27 "FIL '94 primer acto cultural en el marco del TLC": La Jornada, 18 September 1994
28 "UNM-La 'Native Cultures' Series Set To Begin Thursday": Los Alamos Monitor, 7 February 1994
29 "Lectures Highlight Cultural Diversity": Santa Fe New Mexican, 15 February 1995
30 "Sagel, Vigil Perform": Rio Grande Sun, 30 March 1995
31 "UNM-LA Graduates Hear Tale of Inspiration": Los Alamos Monitor, 14 May 1997
32 "Local Author Jim Sagel To Read Sunday": Rio Grande Sun, 2 April 1998
33 "Reading: How Do You Say 'Big Mac' en español?": Pasatiempo, 3-9 April 1998
34 "NM Folklore": Los Alamos Monitor, N.d.
35 "Jim Sagel Has One Foot In Two Languages," N.d
36 "Fiction, Poetry Lecture," N.d
37 "Sagel Library Week Speaker," N.d
38 Various announcements for Readings, Lectures and Speeches
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103 Workshops
1 Española Institute Workshop
2 Guadalupe Cultural Center Summer Writer's Workshop, 1986
3 PITS ideas
4 PITS handouts
5 PITS student work
6-7 Santa Fe Community College Children's Book Writing Workshop, 1996
[2 folders]
8 Workshop and lecture notes
9 Workshop teaching material
10 Workshop handouts
11 Workshop and lecture administrative information

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Teaching

Course materials are listed chronologically by the year and semester they were taught, then alphabetically by course title and, again, alphabetically by the site at which the course was taught. The handouts distributed in his classes are next, organized first by Sagel’s original handouts, then by those pertaining to essay and short story, plays, poetry and various other genres, in that order. Teaching paperwork follows, alphabetized by subject, and then Teaching Materials, arranged alphabetically by topic. Student writing completes the series, leading with collections of student writing organized alphabetically by title, and followed by individual student works listed alphabetically by student name.
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103 Courses
1985
12 Spring: "Spanish 101" [Española]
1986
13 Spring: "Spanish 101" [Española]
1987
14 Summer: "History of New Mexico" [Española]
15 Summer: "Oral Literature of the Southwest" [Los Alamos]
16 Fall: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
1988
17 Spring: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
18 Spring: "Latin American Literature" [Los Alamos]
1989
19 Spring: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos] 1
20 Spring: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos] 2
21 Spring: "Native American Literature" [Los Alamos]
22 Summer: "Bilingual Literature of the Southwest" [Mesa Vista]
23 Summer: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
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104 1 Summer: "Southwestern Image in Literature and Film" [Los Alamos]
2 Fall: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
3 Fall: "Fiction Workshop" [IAIA]
4 Fall: "Native American Literature" [IAIA]
1990
5 Spring: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
6 Spring: "Spanish 101" [Los Alamos]
7 Summer: "Spanish 101" [Española]
8 Fall: "Creative Writing" [Española]
9 Fall: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
10 Fall: "Spanish 101" [Los Alamos]
1991
11 Spring: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
12 Spring: "Spanish 102" [Los Alamos]
13 Summer: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
14 Summer: "Spanish 101" [Los Alamos]
15 Fall: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
16 Fall: "Creative Writing In A Bilingual Setting" [Taos]
17 Fall: "Intermediate Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
18 Fall: "Spanish 101" [Los Alamos]
19 Fall: "Spanish 101 for Bilinguals" [Los Alamos]
20 Fall: "Latin American Literature and Film" [Los Alamos]
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105 1992
1 Spring: "Bilingual Literature of the Southwest" [Taos]
2 Spring: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
3 Spring: "Creative Writing in a Bilingual Setting" [Santa Fe]
4 Summer: "Bilingual Literature of the Southwest" [Santa Fe]
5 Summer: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
6 Summer: "Latin American Literature and Film" [Taos]
7 Fall: "Bilingual Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
8 Fall: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
9 Fall: "Creative Writing in a Bilingual Setting" [Santa Fe]
10 Fall: "Native American Literature" [Los Alamos]
11 Fall [Española]
1993
12 Spring: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
13 Spring: "Intermediate Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
14 Spring: "Latin American Literature and Film" [Española]
15 Spring: "Multicultural Literature of the Southwest" [Los Alamos]
16 Summer: "Advanced Creative Writing in a Bilingual Setting" [Taos]
17 Summer: "Creative Writing Workshop" [Los Alamos]
18 Fall: "Intermediate Creative Writing in a Bilingual Setting" [Los Alamos]
19 Fall: "Latin American Literature and Film" [Los Alamos]
1994
20 Spring: "Chicano Literature" [Los Alamos]
21 Spring: "Creative Writing in a Bilingual Setting" [Santa Fe]
22 Spring: "Intermediate Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
23 Summer: "Bilingual Literature of the Southwest" [Taos]
24 Summer: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
25 Summer: "Creative Writing- Fiction" [Santa Fe]
26 Summer: "Southwestern Image in Literature and Film" [Los Alamos]
27 Fall: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
28 Fall: "Creative Writing in a Bilingual Setting" [Santa Fe]
29 Fall: "Intermediate Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
30 Fall: "Literature and Film of Latin America" [Taos]
1995
31 Spring: "Advanced Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
32 Spring: "Ancient Art of Buon Fresco" [Los Alamos]
33 Spring: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
34 Spring: "Creative Writing in a Bilingual Setting" [Taos]
35 Spring: "Latin American Literature and Film" [Santa Fe]
36 Spring: "Latino Literature" [Los Alamos]
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106 1 Summer: "Bilingual Literature of the Southwest" [Taos]
2 Summer: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
3 Summer: "Latin American Literature and Film" [Los Alamos]
4 Fall: "Bilingual Literature of the Southwest" [Santa Fe]
5 Fall: "Native American Literature" [Los Alamos]
6 Fall: "Southwestern Hispanic Folklore" [Peñasco]
1996
7 Spring: "Hispanic Folklore in the Bilingual Classroom" [Taos]
8 Spring: "Hispanic Folklore of the Southwest" [Española] 1
9 Spring: "Hispanic Folklore of the Southwest" [Española] 2
10 Summer: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
11 Summer: "Creative Writing Workshop" [Santa Fe]
12 Summer: "Creative Writing in the Bilingual Classroom" [Taos]
13 Summer: "Latin American Literature and Film" [Taos]
14 Fall: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
15 Fall: "Creative Writing in a Bilingual Setting" [Gallina]
16 Fall: "Creative Writing in a Bilingual Setting" [Pojoaque]
17 Fall: "Native Literature of the Americas" [Taos]
1997
18 Spring: "Bilingual Literature of the Southwest" [Española]
19 Spring: "Creative Writing- Prose Fiction" [Los Alamos]
20 Spring: "Hispanic Folklore of the Southwest"
21 Spring: "Intermediate Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
22 Summer: "Bilingual Literature of the Southwest" [Taos]
23 Summer: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
24 Fall: "Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
25 Fall: "Folklore of the Southwest" [Los Alamos]
26 Fall: "Hispanic Folklore in the Bilingual Classroom" [Española]
27 Fall: "Intermediate Creative Writing" [Los Alamos]
28 Fall: "Oral Literature in the Southwest" [Santa Fe]
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107 Handouts
Original Handouts and Exercises:
1 A-C
2 D-G
3 H-L
4 M-O
5 P-R
6 S-T
7 U-No Name
Handouts, Essay and Short Story:
8 A-B
9 C
10 D
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108 1 E-G
2 H-I
3 J-K
4 L
5 M
6 N-O
7 P-R
8 S
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109 1 T-U
2 V-Z
Handouts, Plays:
3 A-L
4 M-Z
Handouts, Poetry:
5 A-B
6 C
7 D-G
8 H-I
9 J-L
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110 1 M-O
2 P-R
3 S-Z
4-5 Handouts: Various [2 folders]
Teaching Paperwork
6 Administrative, 1986-1997
7 Administrative, No date
8-9 Attendance [2 folders]
10 Course Evaluations
11-16 Grades [6 folders]
Grade files originally located here have been removed from the collection due to student confidentiality.
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111 Jemez Schools Teaching Contract
Syllabi
Teaching Notes
Teaching Notes: Modismos y refranes
"Unir lo pasado con lo presente, conscientemente": cultural awareness project 1977
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112 Teaching Materials
1-2 Musical Instruction Materials [2 folders]
3-8 Teaching Materials [6 folders]
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113 1-6 Teaching Materials [6 folders]
Yoga Course Materials:
7 Assorted
8 Poses
9 Research
Student Writing
10 "As I Was Walking, I Bumped Into A Rainbow"
11 "Collected Stories: Period 1-3"
12 "Flights of Fancy From UNM-LA's Creative Writing Students"
13 "Jemez Mountains School Anthology"
14 "Legends by the Students of Chapter I, Periods 4 and 5"
15 "Lybook School"
16 "My Narrow Path"
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114 1 "Reconocimientos entre culturas"
2 "Reconocimientos entre culturas Vol.II"
3 "Sagel Stories"
4 "Selected Short Stories from Capshaw 6th Period Reading"
5 "Set Aside Some Dreaming Time"
6 "The Wonderful Works of Third Period"
Various Student Writing:
7 A-G
8 H-R
9 S-T
10 V-Z
11 Nolast name
12 Anonymous

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Professional

This series is divided into four subseries: Publication Related, Teaching Related, Grants and Associations, and Conferences. Under each subseries, material is listed alphabetically by the subject matter.
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115 Publication Related
1 Author Questionnaire: Red Crane
2 Author Questionnaires
3 Book Buyers/Distributors
4 Book lists with prices
5 Book reviewers contact information
6 Contemporary Authors application
7 Juan Rulfo Literary Prize application
8 Literary Agents
9 Publication outlets
10 Publications list
11 Publicity- Miscellaneous
12 Publishers: Potential
13 Record of submissions for publication
14 Submitted literary prizes
Teaching Related
15 Bilingual/Bicultural Course Content proposal
16 Bilingual supplementary education proposal
17 Nimbus literary prize
18 Proposal for full-time employment
19 Southwest Studies Degree proposal
20 Southwest Studies Degree materials
Grants and Associations
21 Grant Application Materials
22 Grant proposal: "In Awe of This Clay"
23 Grant proposal: Latin American Institute
24 Grant proposal: "On the Line" 1
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116 1 Grant proposal: "On the Line" 2
2 Guggenheim Fellowship application
3 Humanities Research Center application
4 Instituto del Embudo
5 New Mexico Arts Divion: Artist-In-Residence Application 1985
6 New Mexico Arts Divion: "Arts In Education" Application
7 Research Proposal: "Mestizaje at the Center of the World"
Conferences
8 American Writer's Congress, 1981
9 Chicana Poetry Festival
10-11 Chicana Poetry Festival: Author Information [2 folders]
12 Encuentro de escritores en la Frontera del Norte 1990
13 Feria Internacional del Libro 1993: Notes
14 Feria Internacional del Libro 1993: Reciepts
15-16 Feria Internacional del Libro 1994 [4 folders]
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117 1-2 Feria Internacional del Libro 1994, cont'd
3 Feria Internacional del Libro 1995

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Collected Material

Collected Material is listed alphabetically by the title of the work catalogued or by the name of the person who sent it to Sagel.
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117 4 Arte de Nuestra América: Casa de las Américas
5 Articles by Enrique Lamadrid
6 Átchíní Bá Hané
7 Ayacucho, Goodbye: by Julio Ortega
8 The Candy Store: Santa Fe Public Schools
9 Ceremony of Brotherhood: Rudolfo Anaya and Simon Ortiz
10 Complejo Residencial: Martín Cuesta
11 Coplas afectivas del pueblo nuevomejicano: Steve Armenta
12 Creación y pérdida: Identidad y mitología en la música...":Julio Estrada
13 Cuentos: Telling Our Stories III
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118 1 Down to Earth: Mark Freeman and Cathryn Keller
2 Dreams That Won't Release You: Santa Fe Public Schools
3 Editorial La Espada Roja prints: att. Jesús Sálazar 20 March 1994
4 Entre verde y seco: Estevan Arellano
5 Estampas
6 Expresiones hispanas: Coors Company
7 Fabio Herrera: Sergrafías 1991
8 Fables of Indian Dances: Regina Albarado de Cata
9 Fables of Tewa Indian Dances: Regina Albarado de Cata
10 "Folklor de Nuevo México"
11 Ghost Ranch Journal
12 The Headless Pirate/El pirata sin cabeza: Harriet Rohmer and Mary Anchondo
13 Head Like the Moon: Santa Fe Public Schools
14 The House on Mango Street: Sanda Cisneros
15 Imagine
16 Una indita en su chinampa: Gabriela Becerra and Carlos Pellicer López
17 Insistencia en el sueño: Pilar Rodríguez
18 Juego sin límites: att. José Luis Menéndez
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119 1 Lands of New Mexico: Leonard J. Delayo
2 Linolenun: Martín Cuesta
3 Maldoror: att. Rodolfo Alvarez March 1998
4 María del Rayo: Ricardo Aguilar
5 Michael Naranjo portfolio
6 Mountain Blossom
7 La música, instrumentos y compositores de Michocán: Cipriano Vigil
8 My Dog Ate It and Other Excuses
9 Ojo conmigo: Roberto Aguirre Molina
10 Los ojos y las piernas
11 El plegable #21-24: Arturo Arcángel
12 El poeta y el pueblo: Jon Tolman
13 Refugio: Pilar Rodríguez
14 Rio Grande Review: att. Rich Yáñez 28 June 1992
15 Rolling Thunder, Voices from a People: Phyllis Wolf
16 Sangre Salomé: Emeterio Cerro
17 Secretos de los árboles de piñon: Rose Cordova
18 Skylarking: Della Comer Mcgillivray
19 Southern California's Latino Community: Los Angles Times
20 Spawning the Medicine River 8
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120 1 Los tesoros del espíritu: Enrique Lamadrid
2 Three Generations of Hispanic PHotographers Working in New Mexico
3 Tidbits of New Mexican Folk Wisdom: Steve Armenta Pacheco
4 La Tierra Amarilla: Anselmo Arellano
5 Trail and Camp Cooking with the Wok: Richard Beardsley
6 Ugarte: att. Julia Otoxa
7 Various works
8 Works by Diego Cortés: att. Diego Cortés 15 August 1997
9 Works by Elva Macías: att. Elva Macías 5 January 1994
10 Works by Jocelyn Lieu
11 Works by Rolando Malatesta: att. Rolando Malatesta 8 July 1998
12 Works by Rolando Revagliatti: att. Rolando Revagliatti 17 December 1998
13 Works by Santiago Espel: att. Santiago Espel 5 February 1998
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121 1 Works sent by Alejandro Schmidt: att. Alejandro Schmidt 22 September 1996
2 Works sent by Jesús Salazar 1: att. Jesús Salazar 3 May 1998
3 Works sent by Jesús Salazar 2: att. Jesús Salazar 3 May 1998
4 Works sent by Jesús Salazar 3: att. Jesús Salazar 3 May 1998

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Research Material

Research material begins with a group of Sagel’s handwritten notes on particular topics relevant to his work, followed by alphabetical Research Material files that include clippings and copies of interest.
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121 Notes
5 Bilingualism
6 Hispanic Folklore
7 El Guaje subdivision 1
8 El Guaje subdivision 2
9 Juan Rulfo
10 Land Grant [folder 1 of 2]
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122 1 Land Grant [folder 2 of 2]
2 Literary Prizes
3 Post-partum depression
4 Rio Arriba County Land Use 1
5 Rio Arriba County Land Use 2
6 "Story research"
7 Storyteller's Gazette
8 Articles by Estevan Arellano
9-10 Authors [2 folders]
11 "Blacks vs Browns"
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123 1 The Capeman
2 Coyote Land Grant
3 The Crane Wife
4 Cuba
5 "Día de los muertos" Elena Poniatowska
6 Emilio Naranjo
7 El Salvador
8 Enetero Velázquez family/ Mundy vs Mundy
9 Film
10 Hispanic Folklore
11 Hopi and Navajo
12 Inocencio: Ni pica ni escarda y siempre se come el mejor elote
13 La Jornada articles
14 José Antonio Burciaga
15 Land Grants and Land Usage
16 Language
17 Literary Prizes [folder 1 of 2]
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124 1 Literary Prizes [folder 2 of 2]
2-3 Los Alamos [2 folders]
4 Matachines
5 Mundy v. Velázquez
6 XXIV NACCS Conference
7 New Mexico Colonial Governors
8 New Mexico Folk Music
9 New Mexico Hiking
10 New Mexico History
11 New Mexican Writing
12 On Fertile Ground
13 Los Pastores
14 Peter Mathiessen
15 Plaza de Español
16 El poeta y el pueblo
17 Pueblo Revolt/Pueblo Culture
18 La Raza Unida
19 Recordando como era vivir junto a acequias
20 The Red and the Black
21 Religious Iconography
22 Ricard Aguilar: "Caminito que el tiempo ha borrado"
23 Río Hondo/Taos Ski Valley
24 Salt of the Earth
25 Sandra Cisneros
26 Santeros
27 Spanish Black Legend
28 Spanish Prayers
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125 1 Story Material
2 Subcomandante Marcos
3 Tío Shoot-Out
4 Tolmen
5 Tratado de Guadalupe Hidalgo
6 Unidentified
7 US Latin American Incursions
8-12 Various Materials [7 folders]
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126 1-2 Various Materials [cont'd]
3 Who Runs New Mexico
4 Writing
5 Zoot Suit Riots

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Audio-Visual Materials

Audio-Visual Materials are divided into five subseries: Photographs, Artwork, CD, Video and Cassette tapes. Photographs are divided into photographs of Sagel and his family (organized alphabetically) and other photographs. Artwork is listed alphabetically. Videos are organized in alphabetical order. Cassette tapes are divided into two groups, tapes of Sagel reading or which pertain to him directly, and other tapes. Other tapes are listed alphabetically by tape title.
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126 Photographs
Photographs of Sagel and family:
6 Betty Sagel
7 Ed and Betty Sagel wedding
8 Edward Sagel
9 Sagel family
10 Jim Sagel as a baby
11 Jim, 1978
12 Jim, 1986
13 Jim Sagel and Edward James Olmos
14 Jim Sagel and Michael Naranjo
15 Jim Sagel and Teresa Archuleta Sagel
16 Jim Sagel by Miriam Berkeley
17 Jim Sagel [3 folders]
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127 1-2 Jim Sagel [cont'd]
3 Contact sheets: Photographs by Margery Denton
4 From San Sebastian Award Ceremony, 1998
5 Teresa Archuleta-Sagel
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126 Other Photographs:
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127 6 Photographs and slides of nature
7 Slides of "Harold M. es rata" graphitti
8-9 Johnny Martinez photos [2 folders]
10 Miscellaneous photographs
11 Miscellaneous photographs, negatives and contact sheets
12 Miscellaneous slides
13 Torn photographs
Artwork
14 Artwork by José Antonio Burciaga
15 Artwork by Naomi Ferran
16 Artwork from office at UNM-LA
17 Miscellaneous Artwork
CD's
18 "Estrella fugaz: A Song Cycle to Poems of Jim Sagel (2000)" by Carlos Archuleta and Charles Shadle
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128 Videos
1. 25th Anniversary, 25 August 1995
2. "Ella frontera es/Border She Is"
3. "Doña Refugio y su comadre" by Jim Sagel, Directed by James Espinoza, 1998
4. Federico Vigil: "The Cultural Implications of Buon Fresco," 5 May 1995
5. "The Idea We Live In/La idea que habitamos"
6. Koyaanisqatsi/Corridos/Stewart Udall Guatemala
7. Los Matachines - starring Rudy Herrera
8. Michael Naranjo, "¿No oyes ladrar los perros?", 8-25-1998
9. New Mexico Folklore and Folk Literature: Jim Sagel, 28 Februrary 1990
10. PBS: Women in Latin America/Mayan film
11. Sagel Family, 1958-1972
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129 Cassette Tapes
1. Last messages on Jim's Machine 1998
2. Jim Sagel eulogy by Denise Chávez
3. "Song for Jimi": Marthy Yordy
4. Espesos: Jim Sagel, 9 September 1989
5. NM Folklore, Tradicion/Cultura: A/Jim Sagel B/Los Reyes de Albuqerque, 29 October 1989
6. Jim Sagel, 27 April 1991
7. Jim Sagel at Hernández Elementary School, 7 May 1991
8. "Jim Sagel Story": NPR's Morning Edition, 23 July 1991
9. Sagel reading from TAS, 1993
10. Jim Sagel interview and reading from Dancing to Pay the Light Bill on The Reading Sampler, 1992
11. Reading for Sagle from TAS, 15 January 1995
12. Recursos Writers Reading: Jim Sagel, Santa Fe, NM, 2 August 1995
13. Jim Sagel - El Sanador
Various other cassettes:
14. "Canto al Capitán Don Juan de Oñate" por Don Roberto Vialpando Lara, Ph.D., 1991
15. "Cielo y tierra": Robbie Robertson and the Red Road Ensemble, May 1995
16. Cipriano y Cipriano con música tradicional, 1997
17. "A Circle Begins": Harold Littlebird, 1985
18. Cleofas Vigil
19. Dialect: Valley Girl, Cheech and Chong/Southern dialect
20. "Del cielo y la tierra: Albados, oraciones y relfexiones de la Herndad Piadosa de Nuestro Padre Jesús Nazareno," 27 April 1991
21. "Enfoque nacional: Special on NM," 13 November 1982
22. Hernandez Elementary: Children's reading, comments by William DeBuys, 7 May 1991
23. Koyaanisqatsi/Corridos
24. KUNM: Raíces, Good-Hey-Hey
25. KUNM: Raíces, La muralla
26. Larry Goodell: The Mad New Mexican, 1986
27. Latino USA, 7 April
28. KUNM: Raíces
29. Liberato Montoya
30. Nica Mix I, January 1986
31. Nicolás Guillén/Ché
32. PITS music, 1983-1984
33. PITS music/Raíces
34. Reyes and Roberto: El Milagro de Truchas, 1990
35. Rolando Revagliatti: att. Rolando Revagliatti, 22 September 1997
36. Tomás Atencio and Estevan Arellano talking about "Inocencio" and the NM pícaro/"Voces en el viento" with Joan Java
37. Writing Music, 1993
38. Writing Music
39. Various Artist, 4 February 1996
40-41. Untitled [2 tapes]

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Artifacts

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130 1. Teacher of the Year plaque, 1972-1973
2. New Mexico Endowment for the Humanities Excellence in Humanities plaque, 10 November 1995
3. Two wristwatches
4. "Jim Sagel" address stamp
5. Grandfather Alles writstwatch [silver]
6. "Jim Sagel" address stamp
7. "Virtual Creativity" card deck
8. "Jim and Theresa" heart ornament
9. Tarot card deck and wrapping
10. Funeral guest book
11. New Mexico Military Institute paperweight
12. Bureau of Land Management paperweight
13. Six buttons
14. One religous pin
15. "Favorite T-shirt"
16. Silver cross
17. Wooden crucifix
18. Clay skull
19. Subcomandante Marcos finger puppet
20. Zapatista finger puppet
21. Small crucifix
22. Small skeleton in casket
23. Two small clay skeletons
24. Skeleton-print pin
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131 25. Skeleton shadowbox
26. Jim Sagel's bronze baby shoes
27. Child's wall decoration
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132 Oversized Items
1 "Enrique Kissinger" poster
2 Photograph of Jim Sagel and Teresa Archuleta-Sagel
3 Photograph of Jim Sagel

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