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The Friends of D.H. Lawrence is a not-for-profit educational and cultural organization dedicated to preserving and fostering the rich heritage of creativity left by D.H. and Frieda Lawrence, including the preservation and renovation of the D. H. Lawrence Ranch north of Taos. Membership is open to all who want to sustain Lawrence's legacy.

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See recent article:
January 2015 Albuquerque Journal about the DHL ranch

Joanna Terry, great grand daughter of Frieda Lawrence,
visited Taos recently. Please read this
beautiful account of the High Tea Party
at the Mabel Dodge Luhan House written in Robert Cafazzo's
blog for the Two Graces Plaza Gallery.


UNM-Taos Spring 2015 Class:
D.H. Lawrence Ranch History
AAC 293: A new 2-credit course at UNM-Taos Klauer Campus
Wednesdays 12:00-2:30
10 week course
February 25 - April 29, 2015
Tuition is free for any student who commits to becoming a volunteer docent
at the D.H.L. Ranch upon course completion.
Docents will receive a stipend.
Any questions contact Bill Haller (575) 758-8311

Go to UNM-Taos Website to Register Online

Previous Events
13th International D. H. Lawrence Conference
in Gargnano, Italy - June 23-27, 2014

Following are photos that were given to the Friends of DH Lawrence by Angelo Ravagli's
granddaughter Frederica Bonanno after her family visit to the Kiowa Ranch in April 2014.
Angelo and Frieda were together from 1930 until her death in 1956. They were married in 1950.

Image: Angelo Ravagli with grandchildren

Image: 3 generations Angelo Ravagli, so and grandson

Image: Angelo Ravagli with grandchild



Recent information & Events about the DH Lawrence Ranch

"D.H. Lawrence's  Legacy Should Be Open Again" by Linda Lambert:
Santa Fe New Mexican
"Ghost Ranch: D.H. Lawrence rises from the ashes" by Charles Reuben:
Santa Fe Reporter
"Looking for Lawrence" by Henry Shukman:
New Mexico Magazine

Native American Connections - Dr. Katherine Toy Miller
The Early Moderns, Mabel Dodge Luhan, Taos Pueblo, and the D. H. Lawrence Ranch, 2012
Spiritual Connections: Georgia O'Keeffe and D. H. Lawrence, 2011.

2011 and 2012 readings are now posted in audio format at http://www.culturalenergy.org/lawrence.htm. This page includes other related talks & interviews about Lawrence and the period, including Mabel Dodge Luhan & John Collier Sr.
Q & A & Ranch talks coming for 2011 and 2012.

Cultural Energy

A Non-Profit Organization Creating Media Voices
for Youth, Arts & Activism for Northern New Mexico
125 A La Posta
Taos, NM 87571
Just Past Albertsons
To Listen: http://www.culturalenergy.org/listenlinks.htm

For detailed information about this eventClick Here

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Twenty-five of the Top 50 most popular books about New  Mexico.
Other lists available upon request.

1.       Death Comes for the Archbishop. Willa  Cather.
2.       Bless me Ultima. Rudolpho  Anaya.
3.       Milagro Beanfield War. John  Nichols.
4.       The Man Who Killed the  Deer. Frank Waters.
5.       No Life for a  Lady. Agnes Morley Cleveland.
6.       Red  Sky at Morning. Richard Bradford.
7.       Great River. Paul Horgan.
8.       Tularosa. C.L. Sonnieshen.
9.       House at Otowi Bridge. Peggy Pond  Church.
10      Riders to Cibola. Norman  Zellinger
11.     Sky Determines. Calvin  Ross.
12.     Centuries of Santa Fe. Paul  Horgan.
13.      New Mexico Place Names. T.M.  Pearce.
14.      Wind Leaves No Shadow. Ruth  Laughlin.
15.      No High Adobe. Dorothy  Pillsbury.
16.      Dance Hall of the Dead. Tony  Hillerman.
17.      Conquest of Don Pedro. Harvey  Ferguson.
18.      Great Taos Bank Robbery. Ton  Hillerman.
19.      Lamy of Santa Fe, His Life and  Times. Paul Horgan.
20.      Land of Enchantment:  Memoirs of Marian Russell.
21.      New Mexico.  Marc Simons.
22.      New Mexico, Rio Grande and  Other Essays.
            Tony Hillerman/David Muench.
23.       Black Range Tales. James A. McKenna.
24.       Maria: The Potter of San Ildefonso. Alice  Marriott.
25.      People of the Valley. Frank  Waters.

D.H. Lawrence writings with a Taos  setting:
Phoenix (Contains essays about Taos)
“The Princess,” in  Complete Short Stories of D.H. Lawrence (The heroine resembles Dorothy  Brett)
“Reflections on the Death of a Porcupine,” in Phoenix II
St. Mawr  (Novella that ends in San Cristobal)
The Woman Who Rode Away and Other  Stories (Short story with a Mexico setting but drawing heavily on Taos  experience)
Mornings in Mexico
A few, just a few, others at  random:
Blood and Thunder. Hampton Sides.
So far from God. Ana Castillo.
Spinning Sun, Grinning Moon. Max Evans.
Skeleton of a Bridge. Robert Mirabal.
The Rounders. Max Evans.
The Journal of Antonio Montoya. Rick Collignon.
The Autobiography of Kit Carson. Kit Carson.
Lorenzo in Taos. Mabel Dodge Lujan.


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Membership Information

Friends of DHL Membership annual dues:
Student    $10
Adult         $20
Family      $30

Send membership checks (with name and address) to:
Friends of D. H. Lawrence
PO Box 1177
Taos, NM 87571


The Friends of D.H.  Lawrence  Board:

Bill Haller, President
Judith Bronner
Kathleen  Knoth
Nita Murphy
Jay Moore
Judith Nasse
Gretchen Morse.

Friends of D. H. Lawrence   PO Box 1177  Taos, NM 87571    dhlfriends@msn.com     friendsofdhlawrence.org