60th Anniversary Timeline

As you move your mouse over this 60th Anniversary Timeline, a url will appear over some entries. Click on these timeline entries to view stories we’ve collected, most from past Ghost Ranch Journals, some from the book Ghost Ranch by Lesley Poling-Kempes, and others from storytellers who have graced us with their vantage points.

Read the connected stories here.

The Hollyhocks Are Still Blooming 25 Years of College Staff – Fall ’86, C. Jan Swearingen
Strangewater or Learning to Live with the Dam (Abiquiu Dam) – Spring ’86, Aubrey Owen
James Wallace Hall Biography Of Jim Hall Written By His Sons for his Celebration of Life Service – Winter ’89
The Winter Grazing Program Conversations with Jim Hall and Jim Shibley – Winter ’88, Lesley Poling-Kempes
Why Arts and Crafts? The Start of the Festival of the Arts and Creative ArtsA Poem About Jim Hall – Winter ’87, Lora Morgan Wermuth
The Great Land Trade Ten Years after the Tierra Amarilla Court House Occupation – Winter ’86, Jim Hall
Rio Grande Sun Editorial – Tribute to Arthur Pack, Editorial – December 11, 1975
Spring at the High Desert Research Farm orps – Spring ’89, Deborah J. Hunter and Lynda Prim
Paintbrushes & Pruning Hooks Ten Years of Service Corps – Spring ’89, Jean Vieten
O’Keeffe Excerpt by Poling-Kempes – from the book, GHOST RANCH – Pages 141-142 By Lesley Poling-Kempes (2005) Tucson, AZ: The University of Arizona Press
The Masked Man A Poem About Jim Hall – Winter ’87, Anita Skeen
Jim Hall – Had I But Time A Poem About Jim Hall – Winter ’87, Lora Morgan Wermuth
Plaza Resolana Plaza del Monte becomes Plaza Resolana – Winter ’91
A Good Place to Camp Archaeology at Ghost Ranch – Winter ’94, Richard Binggeli
International Quaker Conference  – Fall ’94
Pomona Hallenbeck October 2015 newsletter, Mary Jane Skala
The Buildings of Ghost Ranch October 2015 newsletter, Jane Hanna

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