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Name Mary Mollie Pressler
Email mmpressler@hotmail.com
Phone 575/542-9480
Address 500 W. 4th St.
Lordsburg, NM  88045
Biographical Info Mollie Pressler's research of the Lordsburg camp has been ongoing since 1976. A recognized historian, author, and authority, she has been a presenter at the University of Washington, University of Montana, New Mexico and Arizona Historical Societies, New Mexico Japanese American Citizens League, New Mexico Humanities Council, Western Institute of Lifelong Learning (WILL), Western New Mexico University, various area schools, and numerous civic organizations. A teacher in the Lordsburg schools for twenty-seven years, she holds a master’s degree in English and history from WNMU and has served as an adjunct professor there. She is secretary to the Lordsburg-Hidalgo County museum, and is also an accomplished artist.


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