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Animas Valley Growers Association:
An Inventory of Its Records, 1957-1972, at the Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library
The Animas Valley Growers Association is a cooperative between the farm producers living in the Animas Valley of far southwest New Mexico. They promoted the growth of common cash crops and the distribution of their products. After 1972, they no longer existed as a business organization.
This collection contains some correspondence, financial records, legal records, and printed material of the business activities of the Animas Valley Growers Association of New Mexico.
Open for research.
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Animas Valley Growers Association Records, 1957-1972, Southwest Collection/Special Collections Library, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, Texas
Collection accession #(s):
Abel Ramirez, April 2004