The Albuquerque Historical Society Accolades Program recognizes the contributions of individuals, businesses, groups, and public or private institutions whose efforts bring awareness to and/or contribute to our knowledge of the broad patterns of Albuquerque’s history; with an emphasis on recently occurring commemorative events. The criteria for receiving an AHS Accolade is broad and includes, but not limited to, recognizing institutions or groups that sponsor events to celebrate or raise awareness of Albuquerque history and individuals who raise awareness of Albuquerque history through talks, lectures, or other actions.
Suggestions for an Accolade may be made by anyone with an interest in Albuquerque history. The suggestion will be distributed to the Accolades Program Committee who will review and consider it. To submit a suggestion for an Accolade, complete the AHS Accolade Suggestion Form and submit it. You will be contacted if the suggestion is accepted.
If you are a member of the Albuquerque Historical Society and would like to serve on the Accolades Program Committee, email email@example.com.
AHS Accolades Awarded:
(April 10, 2018) Albuquerque native and historian, Alan Carlson, has been recognized with an Albuquerque History Accolade for researching the history of local auto racing, creating a collection of documents and photos for presentation and preservation. His love of the sport began as … Continue reading (January 3, 2018) The Lobo Wing of the Commemorative Air Force is preserving a piece of Albuquerque history. They are in the process of restoring a 1941 Army Air Force AT-11 twin engine trainer that was used to train Bombardiers in Albuquerque during … Continue reading (December 20, 2017) Jared Tarbell, a developer and visual artist who co-founded Etsy, and his wife Laurie Tarbell, an architect focused on ecological design, recently held a birthday party for the 100 year-old historic Occidental Life Building in downtown Albuquerque. The couple purchased the … Continue reading (November 26, 2017) Clayton and Susie Moore, the current stewards of the Historic Yott Family home in the North Valley, have taken their stewardship seriously. Clayton said he has no intention of selling the family property and plans to make repairs. “I didn’t want to … Continue reading (November 17, 2017) Ann Carson, a longtime resident of the Huning’s Highland neighborhood, has spent decades archiving the community’s history. Carson’s relationship with the Albuquerque Museum also goes back decades. She currently is the chair of the Museum’s History Advisory Committee that oversees … Continue reading