About the Archives
The mission of the New Mexico Military Institute Archives is to collect, preserve, arrange, and make available for research purposes historical materials documenting the intellectual, cultural, administrative, and social life of New Mexico Military Institute from its founding in 1891 to the present. The holdings include administrative records; selected manuscripts and publications; photographs; maps and architectural drawings; and oral histories, memorabilia, and scrapbooks. Archives materials are available for use by cadets, faculty, and staff, and by other researchers upon request.
Hours and Visitor Information
Until further notice the Archives is closed to the public due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Please refer to the information available on the homepage for all updates regarding the reopening of campus.
7 a.m. to 4 p.m., Monday-Friday
We cannot accommodate weekend or evening research
Appointments are strongly recommended for out-of-town visitors, since we have a small staff and on rare occasions have unexpected changes in our hours. Simply call or email a few days in advance of your visit to confirm our hours and to give us information about your research topic so that we can have material ready for you.
Location and Directions
The Archives is located in the Paul Horgan Library in Toles Learning Center. Visitors will need a visitor pass, available at the Command Post in Hagerman Barracks. After you enter the building, stop at the Circulation Desk and staff will direct you to the Archives.
NMMI Digital Collection
Our large and growing collection of online digital resources are available at the NMMI Digital Archives Collection. Hundreds of items from our unique holdings are permanently available for online viewing. New material is added periodically.
MAJ Nicole Katz
Librarian & Archivist