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This is a collection of miscellaneous papers of Hazel Hyde that relate to her life, her family, the Hyde School she founded in New York City, and her years in Santa Fe where she lived at the Casa Cercada, a property on Mackenzie and Griffin Streets. The papers include: manuscripts of her stories and articles, a partial ms of her father's autobiography, her application to the DAR, correspondence, various notes, receipts, and bank statements.
There are also some photographs: photos of Hazel Hyde throughout her life and a few of her family (father and brother Park); many from a trip taken to the Far East in 1954-55 (Philippines, Singapore, Vietnam, etc.) without much specific identification; and photos of Maria Martinez and Margaret Lewis (Pueblo potters), Pueblo life, and other Southwest topics. Many photos are stamped "Property New Mexico State Tourism Bureau." Photographers include Wyatt Davis and T. Harmon Parkhurst.
Cite as: Hazel Hyde papers. School for Advanced Research, Santa Fe, NM.
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