Preservation of a Major Southwestern U.S. Landmark by a Leading Archaeologist
By Rosemary Nusbaum
Reminiscences from the Jesse Nusbaum papers.
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This book is for anyone who has a passion for New Mexico letters, the American Southwest or the life and work of Jesse Nusbaum, one of America's leading archaelogists--a man who was lauded by Life Magazine with a cover story when he brought Mesa Verde out of the mire of time to make it living history. Nusbaum fought to preserve the integrity of a large section of southwestern America which otherwise would have been lost.
Rosemary L. Nusbaum was born and grew up in Marquette, Michigan. Of her many honors and awards, she holds in great esteem her place as a member of "Composer, Authors and Artists of America," and the Sophrosyne Award presented to her by the St. John's College Class of 1969. Her first full-lenght book, The City Different and The Palace, the story of the Palace of the Governors and its role in Santa Fe history, was also published by Sunstone Press.
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