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" 'La Tules' [Gertrudis Barceló] Dealing Monte in
Her Santa Fe Gambling House." Bill Hughes. Illustration for
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La Tules." New Mexico Magazine 49:3 (March/April 1971; F791.N3),
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"Louise Talma Composing in Her Studio at the MacDowell Colony,
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Modern Music Archives. Music Division. Estate of Minna Lederman.