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Wintertime Snows on Las Cruces, New Mexico's Organ Mountains

Wintertime Snows over Las Cruces, New Mexico’s Organ Mountains

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El Caldito “Empty Bowls”

Gabriel Anaya was born and raised in Moriarty, New Mexico. In high school, Anaya worked at a family restaurant on the famous US Route 66 and developed a love for cooking from the simplicity of recipes. An early alumni of

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El Caldito Dining Room Volunteer

The train to Deming. New Mexico

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El Caldito Kitchen Volunteer

Rio Grande

Karen Currier studied Commercial Art in Dayton, Ohio, traveled to New Zealand, Australia, and Argentina; and, before settling in Las Cruces in the 1980s, lived on a kibbutz in Israel to learn Hebrew. An artist, Currier became fascinated with lapidary,

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David Lee

seeks dynamic open-access community archives environment for public history sound recording projects, reasonable workflow, and longterm digital preservation.

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