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El Palacio is a quarterly magazine which primarily serves the museums and historic sites of the Museum of New Mexico system. It is the oldest museum magazine of its kind, first published in 1913 by the Museum of New Mexico. Users can access and view magazine issues online dating back to 1913 when the magazine was first published.
The New Mexico State Library offers many online resources. We provide reference service by telephone and email as well as our state-wide interlibrary loan services. Books by Mail and the Library for the Blind and Print Disabled are also available for service. Please contact library staff at email@example.com or 505-476-9700.
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Latest Press Releases
- 11/18/2021 Museum of International Folk Art Announces New Exhibition Dressing with Purpose: Belonging and Resistance in Scandinavia
- 11/16/2021 New Mexico Museum of Art announces special holiday concert by Maxine Thévenot featuring the newly restored Frederick R. Hass Pipe Organ
- 11/15/2021 Department of Cultural Affairs requests $37.25 million in general funds for FY23
- 11/10/2021 Museum of Indian Arts and Culture Announces 2022 MIAC Living Treasure
- 11/10/2021 New Mexico History Museum Receives $172,564 to Support Upcoming Exhibition
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