New Mexico Health Historical Collection documents the history of health in the state and the Southwest and includes oral histories, organizational records, rare books, photographs and artifacts.
UNM HSC Archives is a subset of the University Archives and is made up of materials of permanent value to the University that have historical, legal, fiscal or administrative significance.
What We Do
We serve the information needs of all persons interested in the history of health in the state and in the Southwest by collecting, organizing, preserving and making available materials of historical significance related to the field of health, as well as institutional records for the UNM HSC. We accept donations to the collection. (Please see Give to the Library for more information.)
Who Is This For?
Special Collections are available to all persons interested in the history of health in the state and in the Southwest.
How Do I Get It?
Special Collections can be accessed by appointment with appropriate library staff in the New Mexico Health Historical Collection reading room (HSLIC 223). For more information, please see Procedures for Using the collection. Retrieval of special collections should be requested by using the Online Request Form.
Finding aids are available. For reference assistance, please contact Laura Hall.
What Do I Need?
For more information, please see Procedures for Using the collection.
How Much Does It Cost?
There is no cost to access the collections. Copying fees may apply.
You can access Special Collections by appointment during regular business hours. Contact Laura Hall to make an appointment.
Please contact Laura Hall at (505) 272-6518 or LJHall@salud.unm.edu.
HSLIC Resource Access and Delivery Unit