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archivist , State official

Joseph Richard Salazar, American state official, archivist. Member of Center Land Grant Studies (board directors since 1974), Conference Intermountain Archives, Santa Cruz Church Preservation Committee, Eagles (Espanola) (board trustees 1982-1984).

Background

Salazar, Joseph Richard was born on February 7, 1942 in Espanola, New Mexico, United States. Son of Enrique C. and Adelaida (Lucero) Salazar.

Education

Bachelor, College Santa Fe, 1967. Postgraduate, University New Mexico, 1969—1974. Postgraduate, Adams State College, 1972.

Career

Archivist New Mexico State Records Center, Santa Fe, 1967—1969, since 1971, deputy records administrator, 1981—1984. Statistician N.Nex. Health and Social Services, Santa Fe, 1969—1971. Interpretator, translator New Mexico State Records Center, since 1971.

Reviewer National Endowment of the Humanities, Washington, since 1971.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Co-author (with Myra Ellen Jenkins): Cal Territ Archives, 1983. Co-author: (with James Sagle) Iglesia de Santa Cruz, 1983 (Governor's award, 1984). Editor (compiler): Cal Spanish Archives I, 1983.

      Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member of Center Land Grant Studies (board directors since 1974), Conference Intermountain Archives, Santa Cruz Church Preservation Committee, Eagles (Espanola) (board trustees 1982-1984).

Connections

Married Loyola M. Sanchez, February 10, 1964. Children: Daleen, Damon.

father:
Enrique C. Salazar

mother:
Adelaida (Lucero) Salazar

spouse:
Loyola M. Sanchez

children:
Daleen Salazar

Damon Salazar