The past 100 years, March 1, 2019
From the Santa Fe New Mexican:
March 1, 1919: D.N. Arnett Jr. of Lubbock, Texas, who has extensive oil interests in Texas, is registered at the Montezuma.
W.Y. Wilson, hardware salesman of St. Louis, is calling on the trade.
March 1, 1994: Santa Fe voters probably can expect to stand in line today as they go to the polls to elect a new mayor and four city councilors.
Several City Hall observers said they expect a high turnout among the city’s 31,900 registered voters. Santa Fe Mayor Sam Pick said he wouldn’t be surprised if more people vote today than participated in the 1990 mayoral election, when the largest number of voters in a Santa Fe city election — 15,644 — went to the polls.