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New Mexico State Archives

The New Mexico State Records Center and Archives is a major source of information for any individual whose roots form part of New Mexico's rich history. It's collection of records includes: Archives of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe (AASF), Archives of the Diocese of Gallup (ADG), Census Records, County Records, District Court Records, Land Grants and Conveyances, Military Records, Wills and Diaries, Private Records, Prison Records, Published Family Histories, Newspapers, Vital Records, Birth Records, Marriage Records and Death Records, and more...

New Mexico State Records Center and Archives
1205 Camino Carlos Rey
Santa Fe, New Mexico

Phone: (505) 476-7900


New Mexico State Library

The New Mexico State Library maintain a collection known as The Southwest Collection. This collection is an advanced reference resource and service for librarians, government agencies, and the public seeking historical information about New Mexico and its environs. Containing materials published by the general, academic and small presses, it supports research in state history, geography, culture, ethnology, and economic and political development, in balance with the State and Federal Documents Collections of the State Library, and the New Mexico State Archives, within a single facility. an excellent library of genealogy records including: Federal and State Census for New Mexico (1830 to 1920), New Mexico city directories, birth, marriage and death records, biographies and genealogy master index, Ellis Island passenger records, New Mexico county histories and more...

New Mexico State Library
1209 Camino Carlos Rey
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87507

Phone: 505-476-9700


Selected LDS Family History Centers

The following family history centers in New Mexico offer the most comprehensive genealogy resources, including census records, death records, family history records, obituaries, marriage records, vital records, court records, and various other public records.:

Albuquerque New Mexico
1100 Montano Road N. W.
Albuquerque, New Mexico

(505) 343-0456

Grants New Mexico
1010 Bondad Ave
Grants, New Mexico

(505) 287-2470


Las Cruces New Mexico
3210 Venus Street
Las Cruces, New Mexico

(505) 382-0618

Farmington New Mexico
400 W Apache
Farmington, New Mexico

(505) 325-5813

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