Medley's Cafe
Title:
Medley's Cafe
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1961 Aug-22


Milner Hotels
Title:
Milner Hotels
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
US Highways 66-54-84. 472-3465. Television, air conditioning, carpeting, room phones, tiled tubs and showers, shady grounds, AAA approved, panel ray heat, swimming pool.



Greetings from Santa Rosa
Title:
Greetings from Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
It is estimated by historians that Coronado crossed the Pecos River near the present site of Santa Rosa, New Mexico, on his journey of discovery in 1540-41. With Spanish colonization Santa Rosa became a lazy village of the plains, the natives tending their cattle and sheep - to this day it is quaint and interesting. With the completion of Highway Route 66 the Old Town has taken on new vigor and growth, being one of the most important stopping points between Albuquerque, NM and Amarillo, Texas. Curteich


Tower Motel
Title:
Tower Motel
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Greetings from Santa Rosa
Title:
Greetings from Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
Southwest Post Card Co.


Scenes from Town in Letters
Title:
Scenes from Town in Letters
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1945 Jul-30

Description:
It is estimated by historians that Coronado crossed the Pecos River near the present site of Santa Rosa, New Mexico, on his journey of discovery in 1540-41. With Spanish colonization Santa Rosa became a lazy village of the plains, the natives tending their cattle and sheep-to this day it is quaint and interesting. With the completion of Highway Route 66 the Old Town has taken on new vigor and growth, being one fo the most important stopping points between Albuquerque, N.M. and Amarillo, Texas.



Surf Motel
Title:
Surf Motel
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused


Surf Motel
Title:
Surf Motel
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
On US Highways 66-54 & 84; west of Santa Rosa, New Mexico; telephone: Code 505...472-3401; heated pool; 50 units; free TV in all rooms; room telephones, 24 hour service; ceramic tiled baths, with tub & shower combination; safe electric heat; on the bank of the Pecos River; HD McAda & FG Allen, owners & operators



Rancho Motor Lodge - Santa Rosa's Finest
Title:
Rancho Motor Lodge - Santa Rosa's Finest
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
On the bank of the Rio Pecos Rancho Motor Lodge West Entrance - on U. S. Highways 66-54 & 84 SANTA ROSA, NEW MEXICO 22 Modern Lodges Insulated for Summer and Winter Comfort--having complete family accommodations with large comfortable rooms of two and three bed units--each with individual and private baths. Delightful Patio. Fine cafes close by. Telephone 59 "The Land of Enchantment"


The Blue Hole
Title:
The Blue Hole
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Scuba Capital of the Southwest



Aerial View of Town
Title:
Aerial View of Town
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused


Western Motel
Title:
Western Motel
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
US 66-54-84 - 2 blocks E. of City Hall; 35 new quiet, comfortable units, tubs and showers, tiled, air-conditioned, automatic heat. Mr. & Mrs. Rudy Babins, Managing Owners



Western Motel
Title:
Western Motel
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
US 66-54-84 - 2 blocks E. of City Hall. 35 new quiet, comfortable units; tubs and showers; tiled; air-conditioned; automatic heat. Mr. & Mrs. Rudy Babins, Managing Owners


Santa Rosa, New Mexico
Title:
Santa Rosa, New Mexico
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
The Town Square Santa Rosa, New Mexico



Greetings From Santa Rosa
Title:
Greetings From Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
It is estimated by historians that Coronado crossed the Pecos River near the present site of Santa Rosa, New Mexico on his journey of discovery in 1540-41. With Spanish colonization Santa Rosa became a lazy village of the plains, the natives tending their cattle and sheep--to this day it is quaint and interesting. With the completion of Highway Route 66 the Old Town has taken on new vigor and growth, being one of the most important stopping points between Albuquerque, N.M and Amarillo, Texas Southwest Post Card Co


Sun 'n Sand Motel
Title:
Sun 'n Sand Motel
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Santa Rosa's most modern tourist court. On Highways 66-54-84 - East end of town; Santa Rosa, New Mexico - Phone GRover 2-3461. Refrigerated air, electric heat, TV and telephones in every room. Near good restaurants and service station. John J. Coury, Owner



Surf Motel
Title:
Surf Motel
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1971 Dec-1

Description:
On U. S. Highways 66-54 & 84. Telephone: Code 505 ... 472-3401 ... heated pool ... 50 units ... free T.V. in all rooms ... room telephones, 24 hour service ... ceramic tiled baths, with tub & shower combination ... safe electric heat ... on the bank of the Pecos River. H. D. McAda & F. G. Allen, owners & operators


Sun'n Sand Motel
Title:
Sun'n Sand Motel
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1959 Jul-15

Description:
Santa Rosa's Most Modern Tourist Court Sun'n Sand Motel On Highways 66-54-84- East End of town Santa Rosa, New Mexico- Phone GRover 2-3461 Refrigerated air, electric heat, TV and telephones in every room. Near good restaurants and service station. John J. Coury, Owner



The Town Square
Title:
The Town Square
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P-390


Entering Santa Rosa
Title:
Entering Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Series P-388 Approaching the town of Santa Rosa, New Mexico on Highway Route 66 – the Mainstreet of America



Santa Rosa town limit Elev. 4,600
Title:
Santa Rosa town limit Elev. 4,600
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Series C-13659 Entering Santa Rosa, New Mexico on U. S. highway 66. Santa Rosa was founded in 1965 and has an altitude of 4,616 ft. Located in the grama grass country, on the Pecos River, its main business is livestock


Surf Motel, U. S. Highway 66 - 54 & 84
Title:
Surf Motel, U. S. Highway 66 - 54 & 84
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
50 units . . . Free T.V. in all rooms . . . Room Telephones, 24 hour service . . . Ceramic tiled baths, with tub & Shower combination . . . Safe electric heat . . . On the bank of the Pecos River.



St. Rose Of Lima Parish
Title:
St. Rose Of Lima Parish
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Two Bridges On The Pecos
Title:
Two Bridges On The Pecos
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
It is said by historians that at or about this point, Coronado crossed the Pecos River in 1541 on his fruitless expedition into the Buffalo country, which is now Texas and Kansas. Arriving in New Mexico in 1540 he had established head-quarters and spent the winter of 1540-41 near the present town of Bernalillo. Santa Rosa is a very old Spanish town on the river, which at time is "dry" but mighty during the rainy season when floods and cloudbursts come from the mountains.



Greetings From Anta Rosa, U. S. 66
Title:
Greetings From Anta Rosa, U. S. 66
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Santa Rosa is the center of livestock raising and grama grain country


Greetings From Santa Rosa
Title:
Greetings From Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
It is estimated by historians that Coronado crossed the pecos River near the present site of Santa Rosa, New Mexico, on his journey of discovery in 1540-41. With Spanish colonization Santa Rosa became a lazy village of the plains, the natives tending their cattle and sheep - to this day it is quaint and interesting. With the completion of Highway Route 66 the Old Town has taken on new vigor and growth, being one of the most important stopping points between Albuquerque, N. M. and Amarillo, Texas.



The Blue Hole, U. S. Fish Hatchery
Title:
The Blue Hole, U. S. Fish Hatchery
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The spring, known as the Blue Hole, was used by the Indians from time immemorial, as evidenced by the arrowheads, etc., found nearby. It is 92 ft. deep, has a constant flow of 3,000 gallons per minute at 62 degrees F. In the past used for irrigating purposes, it is now the sole supply for 21 fish hatching ponds. Like most New Mexico springs, the water is hard.


Tower Motel, 612 Parker Ave. . . . On U.S. Hwys. 66 - 54 & 84
Title:
Tower Motel, 612 Parker Ave. . . . On U.S. Hwys. 66 - 54 & 84
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Telephone: Code 505-472-3463 . . . Free Room T. V. & Phones . . . Ceramic Tiled Baths, Tub & Shower Combination . . . Air-conditioned . . . Wall-to-Wall Carpeting.



Park Lake
Title:
Park Lake
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1957

Description:
Picnickers from all 48 states and Canada, have stopped at Santa Rosa's Park Lake to swim, relax and take advantage of the picnic tables and brick fireplaces. Many a weary traveler has cooled off in the shape of the lake's giant cottonwood trees


Pecos River Crossing and Town in Background
Title:
Pecos River Crossing and Town in Background
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Motel Oasis in Santa Rosa
Title:
Motel Oasis in Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
651 Coronado West. U.S. Hwys. 66, 84 & 54. Santa Rosa, New Mexico 88432. Refrigerated air, wall to wall carpeting, free room T.V., tiled baths, 3 kitchenettes, room phones, electric and gas heat. Restaurant on premises. Telephone 505-472-3435


Milner Western Motel
Title:
Milner Western Motel
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
At the Crossroads of Enchantment, Located in Shaded Area



Aerial View Of Santa Rosa
Title:
Aerial View Of Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
"The City of Natural Lakes."


Greetings From Santa Rosa
Title:
Greetings From Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
It is estimated by historians that Coronado crossed the Pecos River near the present site of Santa Rosa, N. M., on his journey of discovery in 1540-41. With Spanish colonization Santa Rosa became a lazy village of the plains, the natives tending their cattle and sheep - to this day it is quaint and interesting. With the completion of Highway Route 66 the Old town has taken on new vigor and growth, being one of the most important stopping points between Albuquerque, N. M. and Amarillo, Texas.





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