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Posts from ‘May, 2017’

What is the correct name?

My research has continued into the correct name of the Apache headdress we have on display. In a previous blog I had written about it being a Gaan Headdress also known as a Crown Headdress. Last week while updating some of the files on the Apache artifacts I came across the headdress being referred to as […]

The Jicarilla Apache

Baskets made by the Jicarilla show little relationship to those made by other Apache (Mescalero, Chiricahua, or Western Apache) instead they resemble baskets made at an earlier time by their pueblo neighbors. The Jicarilla Apache migrated into the Southwest between A.D. 1200-1500, their history and basket making are closely associated with that of the Pueblo […]

CS Maintenance for today and tonight May 25, 2017

Banner DEVL is down for updates today. From 9:00 PM until midnight: * Banner will be down this evening as system updates are applied. * Network printing will be down as system updates are applied. Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these critical maintenance activities. As always, if you […]

CS Maintenance for tonight, May 18th, 2017, and Banner PROD maintenance Saturday

Beginning at 9:00 PM, there will be various network and service interruptions until roughly 11:00 PM as we perform critical maintenance on several back-end systems. MACs will receive critical Operating System security patches and application updates, MAC users are encouraged to log off but leave their computers on when they leave work today. ***Banner PROD […]

Medical Tools owned by Dr. Littleton J. Bunch

I came to research Dr. Bunch after the museum was contacted by SLV Health to use his medical tools for their 90th Year Anniversary display. The Luther Bean Museum acquired the medical tools in 1989 by a donation made by his family. The objects date from the time of Dr. Bunch’s practice in Alamosa from […]

Museum Acquisitions

My internship duties have been to work on new acquisitions the museum has recently acquired. One of the acquisitions was a portfolio of five drawings by James P. Hatfield given to the museum by Mary Motz.  Mary shared that it was about 30 years ago around Christmas time that Alamosa National Bank gave the portfolio to their patrons. […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet