Guide to Research CollectionsUniversity of New Mexico Libraries
Center for Southwest Research
Papers: 1971-1982, 24 cubic feet.
The congressional papers of Manuel Luján include legislative files from the 92nd Congress (1971/72) to the 97th Congress (1981/82). These files normally house printed copies of bills, revised and amended bills, resolutions and occasionally other documents relative to a specific bill or piece of legislation. There are also some special legislative research files that Manuel Luján and his staff established to provide background information on pending bills and social issues, topics including the Vermejo Park Ranch which has a great deal of information on wilderness legislation and review, specifically on the Roadside Area Review and Evaluation (RARE II). Also included are constituent letters and other documents pertaining to the Equal Rights Amendment, background information on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Chapel near Eagles Nest, Colfax County, N.M., also known as the Vietnam Veterans Peace and Brotherhood Chapel. Finally, Manuel Luján has maintained a few files that reveal his stands and opinions on various legislative items. A finding aid is available in the repository and online.
Videocassette: 1983, 1 videocassette.
An interview with Manuel Luján by Harold Rhodes.
Papers: In the Governor David Cargo Papers, 1967-1970, 86 linear feet.
Other authors include Manuel Luján.
Papers: In the Governor Bruce King Papers, 1971-1974, 114 linear feet.
Correspondents include Manuel Luján.
University of Oklahoma
The Julian P. Kanter Political Commercial Archive, Department of Communication
Film Reel and Sound Tape Reels: ca. 1970-1986, 1 commercial on 1 film reel and 2 commercials on 2 sound tape reels.
The commercials were used during Manuel Lujáns campaigns for the 1970 and 1986 U.S. congressional elections in District 1 of New Mexico, Republican Party.