Southwest Research Center of Northern New Mexico
The Southwest Research Center is a partnership between the Harwood Museum of Art, the Millicent Rogers Museum, and the Taos Historic Museums. The partners were able to pull their resources and collections together to form the Southwest Research Center-UNM-Taos (SWRC). The Research Center is a non-lending library.
Through exceptional partnerships, the Southwest Research Center has compiled over 12,500 publications. The materials focus on art, history, ethnology, and archeology of the southwest. The SWRC has an extensive Native American collection, legal documents pertaining to water rights and land grants, the D.H. Lawrence Collection, and American fur trade documents. The SWRC also contains genealogy records such as census records since 1823 and baptismal, marriage, and burial records for Taos County since 1701. Information on historical figures in New Mexico, historical maps of New Mexico, private collections, thousands of books including first editions and original issues of "The Laughing Horse" are also contained in the SWRC.
Search the catalog for materials held by the SWRC.
This is a brief list of a large collection of several periodicals that have been released in the area. Visit the center or call for a complete list.