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The Public Library Albuquerque-Bernalillo County Special Collections, Albuquerque Promotional Materials Collection

Language:   English
Physical Description: 1 box
Publication Type:  Mixed Materials
Document Type: Kit

Subject Terms:  Albuquerque (N.M.)--Description and travel ; Albuquerque (N.M.)--Pictorial works ; Tourism--New Mexico--Abuquerque--History--Sources.
               
Abstract: This collection includes promotional pamphlets and other tourist material regarding the City of Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Cite as: The Public Library ABQ-BernCo Special Collections, Albuquerque Promotional Materials Collection                                              

Call No.:  MS Albuquerque Promotional

Albuquerque Promotional Materials

​"101 Facts about Albuquerque: Founded 1706," Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, n.d.


"101 Facts about Albuquerque: shirt pocket encyclopedia," Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, 1983.


"101 Facts about Albuquerque: shirt pocket encyclopedia," Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, n.d.


​"A Greater Albuquerque: a Story of Four Years of Community Accomplishment, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1929," compiled by Robt. L. Cooper, City Manager, [1930].


​"Albuquerque," the Chamber of Commerce, n.d.


"Albuquerque," by Neil M. Clark, Saturday Evening Post, April 8, 1950.


"Albuquerque," First National Bank, 1947.


"Albuquerque," photography by Harvey Caplin, Retail Clerks Advocate, Mar. 1954.


​"Albuquerque: a City Grows Up," New Mexico Business Journal, September 1983.


​"Albuquerque: Commercial Center of New Mexico," Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, n.d.


​"Albuquerque Facts," First National Bank, 1951.


"Albuquerque Facts," First National Bank, 1954.


"Albuquerque: a Factual Digest," Albuquerque Industrial Development Service Inc. & Industrial Foundation of Albuquerque, Inc., [1970].


"Albuquerque: First of a Series on New Mexico," by Bob Boelio, Motor News, Oct. 1967.


​"Albuquerque Fun Guide," Chamber of Commerce, n.d.


​"Albuquerque: Gateway to New Mexico," Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, n.d.


"Albuquerque: Heart of the Health Country," Manly W. Lutz Publications, 1967.


"Albuquerque: The Height of Enchantment," Albuquerque Convention and Visitors Bureau, 1988.


"Albuquerque: The Height of Enchantment," Albuquerque Convention and Visitors Bureau, 1994.


​"Albuquerque...Hot Air Balloon Capital of the World," Albuquerque Convention & Visitors Bureau, 1980.


​"Albuquerque in Detail for the Newcomer: Facts You Want to Know about the Town You Live In," Ward Hicks Inc., September 1934.


"Albuquerque: in invigorating New Mexico setting, city blends multicultural history, modern lifestyles at low cost," by Dave G. Houser, Where to Retire, March/April 2009.


​"Albuquerque in New Mexico," Albuquerque Civic Council, 1929.


"Albuquerque in New Mexico," Albuquerque Civic Council, 1929.


"The Albuquerque Magazine," first issue, Summer 1939.


​"Albuquerque Mio: When driven back to Eden along opportunity trail, you eventually arrive at Al-bu-ker-key, the gate of the valley of health and prosperity." Chamber of Commerce, [1920].


​"Albuquerque 'Miracle' in the Southwest," New Mexico Magazine, October, 1960.


"Albuquerque, New Mexico," by Ruth W. Armstrong, Travel/Holiday, Jan. 1978.


​"Albuquerque, New Mexico: Chief City of a New Empire in the Great Southwest," Press of the Morning Journal, 1908.


​"Albuquerque, New Mexico: Chief City of the New Sunshine State," Press of the Morning Journal, 1912.


"Albuquerque, New Mexico: A Future with Quality," Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, 1982.


"Albuquerque, New Mexico - Gateway to the Land of Enchantment," by Henry and Vera Bradshaw, Good Housekeeping Magazine, Feb. 1974.


​"Albuquerque, New Mexico: Why Sacrifice Health for Wealth When Albuquerque Has Both," Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, n.d.


"Albuquerque, Nucleus of the Atomic Age," Arizona-New Mexico Contractor and Engineer, Nov. 1961.


"Albuquerque: Nucleus of This Atomic Age," Albuquerque Industrial Development Service, Inc., n.d.


"Albuquerque Passport to Discovery," Albuquerque Cultural Services Department, n.d.


"Albuquerque Progress," Albuquerque National Trust & Savings Bank, Aug. 1938 edition.


"Albuquerque: The West's Winter Oasis," Ford Times, Jan. 1974.


"Albuquerque This Month," Resort Publishing Company, Official Monthly Guide December, 1963.


"Albuquerque USA: Puerta de Entrada a Nuevo México," Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, n.d.

 

"Albuquerque: Wonder City of the Southwest, 1706-1956, 250 Years of Progress."


"Albuquerque....Yours for the Driving," Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, n.d.​


​"Albuquerque's Growth is Steady," January 1950.


​"Albuquerque's Historic Landmarks," Planning Department, City of Albuquerque, 1993.


 

 

Albuquerque Promotional Materials

"All Albuquerque Artist Exhibition: Catalog of Artist's Paints to be in this Show...in Old Town," 1950.


"All Albuquerque Artist Exhibition: Catalog of Paintings, Sculpture and Crafts," 1951.


"America's Longest Tramway: Sandia Peak-Albuquerque," Sandia Peak, n.d.


"Anthro QuickTour," Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce Tourist Department, n.d.


"The Archaeology of Albuquerque and Bernalillo County," City of Albuquerque, Planning Department, 1994.


"Come LIVE in Albuquerque: An Invitation from the Albuquerque Civic Council, Albuquerque, New Mexico," Albuquerque Civic Council, n.d.


"Cultural and Recreational Programs and Facilities," Junior League of Albuquerque, 1971.


"A Delicate Balance Built on the Land," Daniel Pedersen, Newsweek, Feb. 6, 1989.


"Historic Albuquerque Tour Map and Guide," City of Albuquerque Redevelopment Division, September 1989.


​"Historic Route 66: Tour Guide & Map, Albuquerque, New Mexico," 1993 


"Historic Route 66: Map & Guide, Albuquerque, New Mexico," City of Albuquerque, 2000.


​"Host Ask Us about Unique Albuquerque," Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, n.d.


"The Land of Enchantment: Albuquerque," Civitan International Convention, 1999.


"A Little Jet Age Home in the West; Albuquerque Talks Uranium," by Barbara East, San Francisco Examiner, June 10, 1956.


"Listen Toward the Ground: Walking Map Albuquerque," Oilfield Soundscape Tour by Jeremiah Lyman Moore, n.d.


​"The Matchless Mountains: Albuquerque's Sandias," Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce, 1972.


"The New Albuquerque," by Sheila Tryk, New Mexico Magazine, Nov. 1976.


"Old Albuquerque: Past, Present," by Irene Fisher, [1962].


"Old Town Albuquerque Photo Map: The Map with a View," Blair Press, 1988.


"Out on the Town ... ," by Francis Tucker, Sun Trails, Sept. [1962].


"Pause and See Albuquerque, [ca.1955]


"Pause in Albuquerque: in the Heart of Picturesque Indian Country," Albuquerque National Bank, n.d.


"Pictorial Albuquerque: the Most Metropolitan Little City Anywhere," C. E. Redman, 1941.


​"Public Art in Albuquerque," City of Albuquerque Public Art Program, 2002.


"Re-Discover Nob Hill: Neighborhood History and Architecture," n.d.


"Sandia Frontier Town: Bicentennial Celebration," n.d.


"Sandia Frontier Town: A Personal Invitation from the Italian Cowboy," n.d.


"Seeing Albuquerque: in the Heart of the Land of Pueblos," Indian-Detours Transportation Company, n.d.


​"Shop, Dine, Enjoy Yourself in ... Historic Old Albuquerque," n.d.


"Souvenir Album of Albuquerque, New Mexico," Petley Studios, n.d.


"The Story of 'Albuquerque Progress" through 25 Years," Albuquerque National Bank, "Albuquerque Progress," Nov/Dec. 1958.


"The Sun Shines 361 Days Out of 365 in Albuquerque, New Mexico," Albuquerque National Bank, n.d.


"TEN of Albuquerque's BEST Places to visit, Collections to see, Sights, Sounds, and Experiences to enjoy, People to learn from, and Memories to Treasure," n.d.


​"This is Albuquerque," vol. 6, no. 6, Manly W. Lutz Publications, n.d.


"This is America - Albuquerque, Monday," from the London Daily Express, Feb. 10, 1959, read into the Congressional Record - Senate, Feb. 19, 1959.


"Two Albuquerques," by Darrell Burchfield, New Mexico Sun Trails, Vol. 6, no. 4, 1954.


"Visit Albuquerque: Change Your Perspective," Visit Albuquerque, 2018.


"When in Albuquerque: Stay-a-Day," Tourist Industries Council of New Mexico, n.d.


"Why Albuquerque," by Ernie Pyle, New Mexico Magazine, January 1942.


"Why Albuquerque," by Ernie Pyle, New Mexico Magazine, January 1942, reprint.


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 


 

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