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Clyde & Carrie Tingley: Politics and Influence Performed by David Jackson & VanAnn Moore
Doors Open at 6:30 p.m.
Mayor Richard J. Berry invites you to celebrate New Mexico's Centennial with the Speaker & Living History Series at the KiMo.
Jackson, a New Mexico historian, has done extensive research on Clyde Tingley as both Governor of New Mexico (1934 - 1938) and Mayor of Albuquerque (1940 - 1953). Clyde and his wife Carrie were highly influential figures in the political and social life of our state during the Great Depression and the two decades that followed.
A Meet and Greet will follow the event.