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Office of Archeological Studies
The Office of Archeological Studies is your source for anthropological information on the Southwestern United States and publishes numerous scholarly monographs by its professional staff each year.

The libraries operated by the Museum of New Mexico are an invaluable tool for research into the art, history and culture of the state, anthropology of the Americas, and the folk traditions of the world. These non-circulating libraries have more than 50,000 volumes available for on-site research and are staffed by knowledgable, helpful staff.

Photo Archives at the Palace of the Governors
The Photo Archives of the Palace of the Governors contains approximately 750,000 items including original and copy photos, cased photographs, glass plate negatives, film negatives, stereographs, postcards, panoramas, color transparencies, and lantern slides, dating from 1850 to the present. The collection is open to the public for research.

Conservation Department
For the latest on art and artifact conservation research and project status, turn to the Museum's Conservation Department. Whether working with important items from the collections, or New Mexican communities and their treasures, the Department is at the forefront of assessment and restoration work.