March 26, 2015

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The Hi-Lo Country

6 pm, May 17, 2013 | free with admission
 

As part of the Cowboys Real and Imagined series, "Cowboy Movie Night" presents a screening of the film and a discussion with Max Evans, author of the novel on which the film is based.



Where: New Mexico History Museum
Phone: 505-476-5100
Address:
113 Lincoln Ave.
Santa Fe, NM
87501
Website: http://www.nmhistorymuseum.org/

 

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113 Lincoln Ave.
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Sweet Gerogia Brown

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New Mexico History Museum

113 Lincoln Ave.
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Thursday, Mar 26, 2015
Leslie Aiello presents this talk on our diet and its consequences throughout history.
6:30-7:30 pm | $10

New Mexico History Museum

113 Lincoln Ave.
Santa Fe
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Gustave Baumann and Friends: Artist Cards from Holidays Past

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New Mexico History Museum

113 Lincoln Ave.
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Painting the Divine: Images of Mary in the New World

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New Mexico History Museum

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