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Campbell, Evelyn
Rural life in Cedarvale, N.M.
Carrejo, Ernesto
Ranch life in Catron County, N.M. Also service in World War II.
Carson, John Nick
The history and scope of operations of Kit Carson Farms.
Castillo, Leborio
Siblings speak of childhood years on a small subsistence ranch in western New Mexico. Impact of the influx of homesteaders on the existing culture. Traditions associated with courtship.
Cauhape, John P.
Details family history and sheep ranching in southeastern New Mexico.
Cervantes, Emma Jean
Cervantes family chile operation in La Mesa, New Mexico area.
Chavez, Cuca H.
Describes use of German prisoners of war during World War II on their farm near Hill, New Mexico.
Cheatum, Minerva
Memories as a child on grandparents' farm. Both Italian and German prisoners of war were employed there during World War II, as many as fifty at a time. Consultant's grandfather had a cookout for the Italian POWs, which was attended by Italian-American families living in the area. Includes thorough description concerns grandfather's use of draft horses in farming.
Childs, Homer
Details Dominguez's duty as a prisoner of war camp guard at the Hatch branch camp during World War II. He and his two brothers were drafted into WWII. He discusses the draft board's policies in Deming, New Mexico. Childs describes hemp production and manufacture of rope near Fabens, Texas, before and during the war. Homer Child's imprisonment in Stalag 17B, and his duties while he was imprisoned.
Clark, Ira G.
Detailing the consultant's role as state assistant supervisor of the Emergency Farm Labor Program during World War II.
Clayshulte, Nelson "Dyke"
Attended local schools and graduated from N.M.A&M in 1941 with a degree in mechanical engineering. He spent most of the war years working for Stoddard Aircraft Radio in Los Angeles, during which time he met and married his first wife, Gloria Fountain. Shortly before the war ended they moved back to the Las Cruces area. He was a pecan farmer for many years and also served three terms as the mayor of Mesilla. Also, during the latter part of World War II he had some contact with prisoners of war working on various local farms.
Clayshulte Jr., John
Interview done for the exhibit on contemporary farming in the lower Rio Grande Valley, "The Inside Story of the Roadside View." This interview focuses on pecan farming.
Clegg, Nancy Lee
This narration explains how Clegg and husband developed and worked in their pecan orchard.
Clemenza, Nick
Description of World War II prisoner of war camps for Italian and German prisoners at Roswell and Dexter (Bogle farm), New Mexico.
Clemmons, Jenny
Dr. Clemmons, who has a doctoral degree in counseling psychology, was an early member of the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Foundation Board. Mrs. Clemmons has worked as registrar at Eastern New Mexico University and as a consultant training student teachers. The Clemmonses have managed the family ranch—in her family since 1906—since her father's death in 1971.
Clemmons, John
Dr. Clemmons, who has a doctoral degree in counseling psychology, was an early member of the New Mexico Farm and Ranch Heritage Foundation Board. Mrs. Clemmons has worked as registrar at Eastern New Mexico University and as a consultant training student teachers. The Clemmonses have managed the family ranch—in her family since 1906—since her father's death in 1971.
Cordova, Raoul J.
History and culture of the Hispanic village of Jarales, N.M.
Cothern, Lillian
Rural farm life in the Radium Springs, N. M. area
Cox, Robert
A founder of the New Mexico Farm and Heritage Museum and his background.