THE PAST 100 YEARS
From the Santa Fe New Mexican:
Sept. 24, 1920: Join the Santa Fe Cavalry Troop. The Capital City Should Have the Best Rough Riders in the State.
Sept. 24, 1945: An intensive drive for civilian employees to carry on necessary work at Bruns General Hospital, Santa Fe, was launched today by hospital officials.
Sept. 24, 1970: Plumbing facilities in the Lamy Building, a state office building off E. DeVargas Street, apparently are not working.
Employees in the building were forced to use facilities in the Lew Wallace Building across the street from the Lamy Building.
Sept. 24, 1995: GRANTS — Nearly three years and three courtrooms trials alter, Gordon House still cries when he talks about the three little girls and their mother who all died in that Christmas Eve accident.
“Their spirits are alive,” he said, speaking softly and slowly about Melanie Cravens and her daughters, killed when House’s truck smashed head-on into their car west of Albuquerque.