THE PAST 100 YEARS

Santa Fe New Mexican - - LOCAL & REGION -

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.

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