De Anza Motor Lodge
Title:
De Anza Motor Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Veterans Hospital
Title:
Veterans Hospital
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



The Metropolitan Area
Title:
The Metropolitan Area
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
looking West from the Santa Fe Train Station.


White Winrock Hotel
Title:
White Winrock Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The Albuquerque Post-Office is now house in the magnificent new federal building, absolutely fire-proof, of concrete and steel construction, erected at a cost of $200,000.


Sandia National Laboratories
Title:
Sandia National Laboratories
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format PM 1985 Feb-1

Description:
This aerial view shows the Technical Area of the Laboratories. Branches of Sandia are located in Livermore, California and near Tonopah, Nevada, where the Laboratories operates the Tonopah Test Range. Sandia pursues nuclear weapons projects and is also involved in a number of energy projects for the Department of Energy. The Laboratories is a subsidiary of Western Electric and the Bell System.



Entrance to Indian Building
Title:
Entrance to Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Indians of nearby villages have been permitted to establish a little market place here. They may be found in greatest numbers during the seasons when not occupied in planting or harvesting. The women are usually from Isleta, the men from San Domingo. Due to some native custom the conservative San Domingans do not permit their women to appear in public.


Powamu Altar of Hopi Indians, Fred Harvey Indian Building
Title:
Powamu Altar of Hopi Indians, Fred Harvey Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1935 Mar-20

Description:
Fred Harvey Trade Mark The meaning of the word "Powamu" is "to put in order". It is the duty of this secret order of the Hopi Indians to consecrate the fields and seeds to be used in the approaching planting season. This is done in a complicated ceremony lasting nine days and held in February of each year. In July there is another nine days ceremony to celebrate the going home of the last Katcinas. Both of these ceremonies require the use of an altar similar to the one erected in the Indian Building at Albuquerque.



Indian Building and Alvarado Hotel
Title:
Indian Building and Alvarado Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen


La Madera Ski Area, Sandia Mountains
Title:
La Madera Ski Area, Sandia Mountains
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen

Description:
The area, 28 miles from the city, is easily reached, going east on highway 66 through Tijeras Canyon and turning left on Loop Drive. The lodge is at an elevation of 8,600 feet and the 4,200 ft. T-Bar lift is one of the longest in the country.



View of Hotel Hilton
Title:
View of Hotel Hilton
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Entrance to the Indian Building
Title:
Entrance to the Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Connected with the Station at Albuquerque is The Indian Building, famous to travelers the world over for its interesting exhibits of Indian arts and crafts as well as relics of the Spanish Conquest. The Indian Building was established primarily as a diversion for transcontinental travelers and to create a greater interest in the products of the native peoples along the Santa Fe Lines. All trains stop twenty-five to thirty minutes at Albuquerque. Conductors will give advance notice in The Indian Building of the departure of trains.



Navajo Blanket Weavers, Indian Building
Title:
Navajo Blanket Weavers, Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1934 Mar-12


Work Room, Indian Building
Title:
Work Room, Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1934 Mar-5

Description:
In the Indian Building at Albuquerque are a number of Navahos spinning and dyeing wool weaving blankets, and making silver ornaments with their crude tools. Indians from other tribes Santo Domingo, Isleta, Laguna and San Felipe, may be seen selling their pottery or lounging around in their picturesque costumes.



Mantel Piece, Indian Building
Title:
Mantel Piece, Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1943 Mar-15

Description:
The Thunder Bird over the mantel piece in the Indian Building at 41 Albuquerque is one of the most frequently encountered symbols of Indian mythology. It is the symbol of the lightning, the thunder and the rain, signifying to the primitive people of the arid Southwest all things beneficent and kind.


South Side of Plaza, Old Town
Title:
South Side of Plaza, Old Town
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Albuquerque retains the charming atmosphere of colonial ties in the fascinating shops, restaurants, and quaint patios of Old Town, established by the Spanish in New Mexico.



Fred Harvey Alvarado Hotel - Central Patio
Title:
Fred Harvey Alvarado Hotel - Central Patio
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1947 Sep-2


Franciscan Hotel
Title:
Franciscan Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



La Placita Dining Room, Old Town PLaza
Title:
La Placita Dining Room, Old Town PLaza
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Entrance to Indian Buildings
Title:
Entrance to Indian Buildings
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



Looking North on Fourth Street
Title:
Looking North on Fourth Street
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM Jul-5


Hiway House #1
Title:
Hiway House #1
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Pueblo Bonito Court
Title:
Pueblo Bonito Court
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1954 Jun-3


Patio Market
Title:
Patio Market
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1971 Jun-10



Old Town Basket and Gift Shop
Title:
Old Town Basket and Gift Shop
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Albuquerque retains the charming atmosphere of colonial days in the fascinating shops, restaurants, and quaint patios of Old Town. The Old Town Basket and Gift Shop on west side of Plaza is well known establishment with great variety of items for the many visitors coming here annually.


Leonard's Fine Foods
Title:
Leonard's Fine Foods
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Cocktail Lounge - Package liquors. 6616 Central Ave., SE. No finer foods anywhere. Air conditioned. Member Gourmet, Diner's Club and AAA. For reservations Phone 5-022 - 5-9551.



Elks Club
Title:
Elks Club
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1921 Jul-9


Indian Sanatorium
Title:
Indian Sanatorium
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1943 Oct-13



Maisel's Indian Trading Post
Title:
Maisel's Indian Trading Post
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


THE COVERED WAGON PRAIRIE SCHOONER OF THE WEST
Title:
THE COVERED WAGON PRAIRIE SCHOONER OF THE WEST
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1954 Jun-1

Description:
It was about the middle of the eighteenth century, when the colonial west, namely the Pennsylvania Dutch, produced the Conestoqa wagon with its sturdily built running gear and canvas-covered, boat-like body. It was the descendant of the marvelous wagon, the Prairie Schooner which made possible a hundred years ago, the conquest of the American Far West. This particular covered wagon can be seen on highway U.S. 66 after leaving Tijeras Canyon and entering city of Albuquerque from the east.



Looking West on Central Avenue
Title:
Looking West on Central Avenue
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1964 Aug-12


Downtown Motor Inn
Title:
Downtown Motor Inn
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1971 Apr-27

Description:
DOWNTOWN MOTOR INN on U.S. 66, 717 Central Avenue, NM In the heart of downtown, PAT free reservation service, ultra modern accommodations, free parking free TV - HIFI. Heated swimming pool, private meet- ing rooms, reasonable rates. Albuquerque Phone 247-1551 New Mexico 87103 PAT 1-800-323-2350



Albuquerque Sunport Air Terminal
Title:
Albuquerque Sunport Air Terminal
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome PM 1973 Feb-18


Hot Air Balloon Capitol of the World
Title:
Hot Air Balloon Capitol of the World
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome PM 1983 Mar-13



Pueblo Bonito Court
Title:
Pueblo Bonito Court
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1958 Jun-9


The Alvarado Hotel
Title:
The Alvarado Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1934 Apr-2



Interior of House, Isleta Pueblo
Title:
Interior of House, Isleta Pueblo
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1935 Feb-23


Navajo Blanket Weavers, Indian Building
Title:
Navajo Blanket Weavers, Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1934 Aug-31



Entrance to Indian Building
Title:
Entrance to Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back


Tropicana Lodge
Title:
Tropicana Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1955 Jul-8



Westward Ho Motel & Cafe
Title:
Westward Ho Motel & Cafe
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1962 May-5


Whiting Motels
Title:
Whiting Motels
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Motels are located in Holbrook, Winslow, Flagstaff and Williams, Arizona. Barstow, California and Continental Divide, San Fidel interchange, West Albuquerque and Santa Rosa in New Mexico (all on Interstate 40)



National Atomic Museum
Title:
National Atomic Museum
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Albuquerque's unique resource. Explore the history and technology of the Atomic Age.


Central Avenue
Title:
Central Avenue
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused



University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
Title:
University of New Mexico, Albuquerque
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Bob Petley The campus of the University showing Johnson Gym in the foreground, backed by numerous typical Spanish-style structures. Dexter Press Inc.


Municipal Airport
Title:
Municipal Airport
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen



Tewa Lodge
Title:
Tewa Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Twenty-four Air Conditioned Units - All tile baths, wall to wall carpeting, free TV, telephones, and thermostatically controlled heat in every room. Diners' Club credit cards honored. AAA - Congress of Motor Hotels. On US Highway 66, 5715 Central Avenue, N.E.


White Winrock Motor Hotel
Title:
White Winrock Motor Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
175 delightfully appointed rooms. Heated swimming pool. Featuring Diamond Jim's Internationally Famous Restaurant and Lounge. Excellent banquet and meeting facilities. A Best Western Motel - AAA approved. 18 Winrock Shopping Center N.E., Interstate 40(US 66)at Louisiana Blvd. Exit.



Franciscan Hotel
Title:
Franciscan Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This first-rate hotel, in true keeping with the Indian motif at the Rio Grande Valley, is designed to resemble an Indian Pueblo, and is one of the city's most picturesque buildings.


Students Union Building, University of New Mexico
Title:
Students Union Building, University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
A unique building designed for the comfort and convenience of the students and operated on a cooperative plan. It contains lunchrooms, soda fountain, barber shop, book shop, etc. A beautiful ballroom with additional lounges is equipped to take care of all social activities of the university and is furnished and decorated in truly southwestern style.



Indian Building and Alvarado Hotel
Title:
Indian Building and Alvarado Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1946 Sep-25


Texas Ann Court
Title:
Texas Ann Court
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
2305 W Central. Telephone 2-3880. Mr. and Mrs. M. Mossman, owners.



Hotel Hilton
Title:
Hotel Hilton
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Newly built of the most modern construction, luxuriously comfortable; New Mexico's finest. Duncan Himes approved dining room and coffee shop, La Copita cocktail lounge, much furniture of hand-carved New Mexico design. Center for travel to fascinating New Mexico Indian Country.


Holiday Inn East
Title:
Holiday Inn East
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
12901 Central Ave., N.E. Located on route U.S. 66 Ph: No. 298-6861 - AC: 505 300 Rooms - 2 Swimming Pools Air-conditioned - Restaurant Free TV - Free Holidex Reservations Beautiful Bar Your Host from Coast to Coast



Second Street Looking North from Gold Avenue
Title:
Second Street Looking North from Gold Avenue
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused


Officers Homes, U.S. Veterans Hospital
Title:
Officers Homes, U.S. Veterans Hospital
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused



Pinion Lodge
Title:
Pinion Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1955 Dep-27

Description:
Automatic Floor Furnace Heat, Soft Water, Air-Conditioned, Radios & T.V., Tile Showers, Inner Spring Mattresses and Box Springs, Phone Service in Lobby. 8501 Central Avenue, N.E. on U.S. Highway 66.


Casa Grande Lodge
Title:
Casa Grande Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1958

Description:
2625 Central Ave. NW. 24 rooms in lodge - 117 courts. Air conditioned - tile baths - television - swimming pool - phones in all rooms - 24 hour service. Telephone 3-1754.



Hoyt's Dinner Bell Restaurant
Title:
Hoyt's Dinner Bell Restaurant
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Castle Huning
Title:
Castle Huning
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back)



Commercial Club
Title:
Commercial Club
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back)


The Big One
Title:
The Big One
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Ronald Randolf The Big One-A 400,000 cu. ft. Raven balloon which is currently the largest hot air balloon in the world flies above the Albuquerque Fiesta. It carries 12 passengers and uses 2 pilots on the flight. the owner is World Balloon Corporation of Albuquerque.



Alvarado Hotel, Santa Fe Depot
Title:
Alvarado Hotel, Santa Fe Depot
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1912 Feb-15


Santa Fe Mission Depot
Title:
Santa Fe Mission Depot
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1911 Oct-17

Description:
Albuquerque is a very ancient and interesting settlement, being on an elevation of 5,000 feet above sea level. The first explorers of this region were the Spaniards from Mexico. The city was founded by them in 1706. The territory is noted for its many curious and interesting missions which were inhabited by the missionaries in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.



Navaho Blanket Weaver, Indian Building
Title:
Navaho Blanket Weaver, Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
This is not an uncommon sight in Arizona and New Mexico, for the Navaho Indians are the principal blanket weavers in the various Indian tribes of the Southwest. the art of blanket weaving, among the Navahos, was probably learned from the Pueblo Indians some three or four hundred years ago, and the Navahos, being a shrewd, business-like people, developed the art until their product became famous throughout the civilized world. Many of their old blankets especially rival the old Persian and Oriental rugs.


KiMo
Title:
KiMo
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
The KiMo Theatre Building expresses architecturally, in its composite design, the traditions of New Mexico and the old Southwest. One of the few typically American Indian architectural expressions, with a suggestion of the Spanish in its contours, this unusual edifice, both inside and out, provides an atmosphere of historical romance unequalled elsewhere in America. Curt Teich & Co.



Scene at Santa Fe Station
Title:
Scene at Santa Fe Station
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Curt Teich & Co.


YMCA Buildin
Title:
YMCA Buildin
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Was built by the citizens of Albuquerque at a total outlay of $75,000.00. It is located in the center of the business district on land donated by the Santa Fe Railroad Company. The building is thoroughly up-to-date, containing reading, social and game rooms. Gymnasium 40'x70'. Swimmming pool 20'x60'. Lockers, shower rooms for men and boys and 48 bedrooms.



Franciscan Hotel
Title:
Franciscan Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused


Franciscan Hotel
Title:
Franciscan Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused



Alvarado Hotel
Title:
Alvarado Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1925 Aug-22


The Franciscan Hotel
Title:
The Franciscan Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
This structure, typical of the architecture brought to the Southwest by the early settlers, is regarded as the most unusual building of its type anywhere in the world. It was built by the community spirit of Albuquerque. The hotel contains 142 guest rooms. Its lobby, magnificently decorated, is the most artistic interior in this section of the country. The hotel is especially adapted to the entertainment of clubs, conventions and large social gatherings. Every attention is paid to the comfort of cross country tourists whose prolonged stay is desirable to all Albuquerque.



Occidental Life Station
Title:
Occidental Life Station
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused


Franciscan Hotel - Lobby
Title:
Franciscan Hotel - Lobby
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused



Indian Building, The Alvarado
Title:
Indian Building, The Alvarado
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1912 Oct-05


Albuquerque TraveLodge
Title:
Albuquerque TraveLodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
40 Units, Heated Pool, Cooled by Refrigeration. Phones, Television in Rooms, Sun Deck - 615 Central, N.E. - Highway U.S. 66 and Interstate 25 in the Center of Albuquerque.



Hoyt's Restaurant - The Dinner Bell
Title:
Hoyt's Restaurant - The Dinner Bell
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Exceptional quality and unusual dishes at reasonable prices. Completely private rooms for special occasions. AAA, Diners' Club, American Express, Carte Blanche, Duncan Hines, Mobil Guide.


Mantle Piece, Indian Building
Title:
Mantle Piece, Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM Oct-23



De Anza Motor Lodge
Title:
De Anza Motor Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Lieutenant Colonel Juan Batista de Anza was the Spanish Governor of New Mexico from 1778 to 1789 and was also the first white man to cross into Upper California overland by way of Southern Arizona and over the Colorado River. While Governor of New Mexico, he headed a troop of soldiers that defeated and killed the Notorious Chief Cuerno Verde of the Comanches. He also led an expedition to the relief of the starving Hopis in 1780. (In 1775 the Hopi population was 7500; three years later their population was decreased by an epidemic of smallpox to 798.) A Best Western Motel - AAA


Aztec Court
Title:
Aztec Court
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen

Description:
C. E. Redman 3821 East Central on US Highway Route 66. The closest motor court to downtown area. 16 modern units - all air conditioned. 7 kitchenettes completely equipped. Restaurants, theater and shopping section within walking distance.



Administration Building, University of New Mexico
Title:
Administration Building, University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1952 Oct-17

Description:
Built in Spanish-Pueblo design, this building contains 73 rooms on three floors.


Central Avenue, Looking West by Night
Title:
Central Avenue, Looking West by Night
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1952 Jan-12



The Alvarado, Fred Harvey Hotel
Title:
The Alvarado, Fred Harvey Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1939 Sep-16

Description:
Among the most attractive features of the Alvarado Hotel at Albuquerque are its delightful gardens. Adjoining the hotel is the Fred Harvey Indian Building with its world-famous exhibits of Indian and Mexican arts and crafts.


Central Avenue Looking West
Title:
Central Avenue Looking West
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1937 Apr-19



DeAnza Motor Lodge
Title:
DeAnza Motor Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
4301 East Central Avenue, on US 66. Named after Leiutenant Colonel Juan Batista de Anza, who was the Spanish governor or New Mexico 1778-1789. Designed to please the discriminating guest. Offering in Albuquerque tot he motorist modern convenience and satisfying comfort. Telephone in every room.


Franciscan Hotel
Title:
Franciscan Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
This structure, typical of the architecture brought to the Southwest by the early settlers, is regarded as the most unusual building of its type anywhere in the world. It was built by the Community Spirit of Albuquerque. The Hotel contains 175 guest rooms. Its lobby, magnificently decorated, is the most artistic interior in this section of the country. The Hotel is especially adapted to the entertainment of Clubs, Conventions and large social gatherings. Every attention is paid to the comfort of cross country tourists, whose prolonged stay is desirable to all Albuquerque.



The First National Bank Building
Title:
The First National Bank Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen

Description:
The First National Bank Building of Albuquerque is nine stories in height. Concrete walls and floors; steel window cassings and marble wainscoating. The bank itself occupies the first and mezzanine floors. There are in addition 287 office rooms. It is the largest bank building between Kansas City and Los Angeles.


Y. M. C. A. Building
Title:
Y. M. C. A. Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Albuquerque's Y. M. C. A. was built by the citizens of Albuquerque at a total out-lay of $75,000.00. It is located in the center of the business district on land donated by the Santa Fe railroad Company. The building is thoroughly up-to-date containing Reading, Social and Game Rooms, Gymnasium 40' x 70'. Swimming Pool 20' x 60'. Lockers, Shower Rooms for Men and Boys ans 48 Bed-Rooms.



View of Central Avenue from Santa Fe Overpass
Title:
View of Central Avenue from Santa Fe Overpass
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This is busy down-town Albuquerque with its fine stores serving the public. Also shown are the Albuquerque National Bank, the First National Bank and American Bank of Commerce Southwest Post Card Co.


Albuquerque, New Mexico
Title:
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
East Central Avenue--Highway Route 66 Through the "Uptown" section of the city Albuquerque, New Mexico



Fourth Street, Looking North
Title:
Fourth Street, Looking North
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Bob Petley Shown here on the left is the Simms Building and to the right, The Bank of New Mexico.


Sandia Peak Ski Area
Title:
Sandia Peak Ski Area
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Enroute from the tram to the Summit House and on to the slopes, anxious skiers make their way.



View of Skyline from Coronado Freeway
Title:
View of Skyline from Coronado Freeway
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
L. O. Candeleria Largest City in New Mexico.


Sunport Air Terminal
Title:
Sunport Air Terminal
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Of typical Southwestern design, Albuquerque's new Sunport is one of the busiest air terminals in the nation. It is modern in every respect, and boasts all the newest facilities to accommodate the air traveler, coast to coast, as well as abroad. Petley Studios



Waiting Room, Sunport Air Terminal
Title:
Waiting Room, Sunport Air Terminal
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Of typical Southwestern design, Albuquerque's new Sunport is one of the busiest air terminals in the nation. It is modern in every respect, and boasts all the newest facilities to accommodate the air traveler, coast to coast, as well as abroad.


University of New Mexico
Title:
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Bob Petley The campus of the University, showing Johnson Gym in the foreground, backed by numerous typical Spanish-style structures.



Winrock Shopping Center, Corner Louisiana & Constitution
Title:
Winrock Shopping Center, Corner Louisiana & Constitution
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
The main mall, completely covered and air cooled, for the most convenient way to shop. All shops are easily accessible from the mall, and the center is surrounded with the parking area.


Bernalillo County Courthouse
Title:
Bernalillo County Courthouse
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This fine structure has been very much enlarged recently to provide offices for the increased activities in the county in the past few years. Glimpse of the City Hall is seen in the background. Southwest Post Card Co.



Ernie Pyle Home
Title:
Ernie Pyle Home
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


The Famous Alvarado Hotel, First Street & Central Ave
Title:
The Famous Alvarado Hotel, First Street & Central Ave
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
John E. Floodberg Known and remembered throughout the world by all who have stopped here. Famous for food, lodging and entertainment and for hosting the patrons of the Santa Fe passenger trains. Petley Studios



American Motor Inn
Title:
American Motor Inn
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
12999 Central N.E. Highway Route 66 East A modern Oasis in the Heart of Indian Country. 52 completely new Modern Units...with TV...Tile Baths...Phone...Wall-To-Wall Carpet...Ref. Air Conditioning... Hot Water Heat...Restaurant...Beautiful Heated Swimming Pool... Post Office Box 11335 Phone 298-7425 Your Hosts - The Henry Martins (Hank and Mary) Henry McGrew Printing


The Sands Motor Hotel
Title:
The Sands Motor Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
On Highway Route 66, 5000 Central Ave. S.E. Phone 5-7586 Sixty-nine De Luxe Units all centrally cooled by refrigeration and heated with hot water. Visit our lovely Dining Room and Banquet Rooms. Telephone in Every Room. Heated Swimming Pool. The Best of Everything for Your Comfort and Enjoyment. Clyde Tyler & J.W. Davis, Owners



Bataan Hospital and Lovelace Clinic
Title:
Bataan Hospital and Lovelace Clinic
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
These fine institutions are located on Gibson Ave., near Veterans' Hospital, not far from Sandia Base or Kirkland Air Force Base. Southwest Post Card Co.


Bataan Memorial Methodist Hospital
Title:
Bataan Memorial Methodist Hospital
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1958 Oct-15

Description:
This fine hospital is one of the most modern and best-equipped institutions of the Southwest. The fire-proof structure of Southwestern Architecture is located in Albuquerque's Hospital Center on 5400 Gibson Blvd., S.E. Southwest Post Card Co.



Hiway House Motels
Title:
Hiway House Motels
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Four great Titan Motor Inns: Albuquerque, Flagstaff & Holbrook.


East Side of Plaza, Old Town
Title:
East Side of Plaza, Old Town
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Albequerque retains the charming atmosphere of colonial times in the fascinating shops, restaurants, and quaint patios of Old Town, established by the Spanish in New Mexico. Curt Teich & Co.



Del Webb's Hiwayhouse #2
Title:
Del Webb's Hiwayhouse #2
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Travelodge, 3711 Central Ave, N.E.
Title:
Travelodge, 3711 Central Ave, N.E.
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
(505) 265-6961 55 Units - Heated Pool - Central Heat - Air Conditioning - Direct Dial Phones - TV - Radios - Complimentary Coffee - Restaurants nearby - Halfway between Uptown and Downtown areas. Easy drive to Sania Atomic Museum, Recreation Areas and Quaint Old Town.



Del Webb's Hiwayhouse
Title:
Del Webb's Hiwayhouse
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1966 Feb-1

Description:
3200 Central Ave., SE. 60 delightfully weather conditioned rooms all with free television and radio. 24 hour switch board service. Swimming pool and coffee shop. Free teletype reservation service to all Del Webb Motor Hotels.


Ramada Inn
Title:
Ramada Inn
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Located on Route 66 - just 5 minutes from downtown. 150 luxurious rooms, 24-hour coffee shop, heated pool, complete hotel service.



Zia Motor Lodge
Title:
Zia Motor Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Trade Winds Motor Hotel
Title:
Trade Winds Motor Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Henry McGrew Printing



Trade Winds Motor Hotel
Title:
Trade Winds Motor Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


DeAnza Motor Lodge
Title:
DeAnza Motor Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1968 Sep-23

Description:
Elliott W. Harris Lieutenant Colonel Juan Batista de Anza was the Spanish Governor of New Mexico from 1778-1789 and was also the first white man to cross into Upper California overland by way of Southern Arizona and over the Colorado River. White Governor of New Mexico, he headed a troop of soldiers that defeated and killed the notorious Chief Cuerno Verde of the Comanches. He also led an expedition to the relief of the starving Hopis in 1780. In 1775 the Hopi population was 7500; three years later their population was decreased by an epidemic of smallpox to 798.



La Hacienda Dining Room, Old Town Plaza
Title:
La Hacienda Dining Room, Old Town Plaza
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Christmas Luminarios, Old Town Plaza
Title:
Christmas Luminarios, Old Town Plaza
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Luminarios at Old Town Plaza
Title:
Luminarios at Old Town Plaza
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the loveliest of old Spanish customs still followed today, the luminarios are lit on Christmas Eve to light the way for the Christ child.


East Central Avenue - HIghway 66 through Uptown
Title:
East Central Avenue - HIghway 66 through Uptown
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Second Street, Looking North From Gold Avenue
Title:
Second Street, Looking North From Gold Avenue
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Second Street has benn, for many years, a main business and shopping district of Albuquerque. It has some of the city's oldest and best established mercantile establishments. A splendidly paved and lighted business thoroughfare.


First Street
Title:
First Street
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



Church of San Felipe
Title:
Church of San Felipe
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Old Church of San Felipe faces the plaza in "Old Town" at Albuquerque. It was founded several hundred years ago; services are still held there. Countless throngs have passed through its ever open doors. How much happiness and how much sorrow it knows, one can only guess.


Entrance to Indian Building
Title:
Entrance to Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1920 Oct-27

Description:
Recorded history in New Mexico dates back to the year 1540 when the Governor of Mexico commissioned Coronado to explore the country and search for the mythical El Dorado. Albuquerque consists of two towns, old Albuquerque and new Albuquerque. The old town was founded in 1701 and there one may still see the quaint old Spanish quarters with its endless maze of streets and adobe houses. The new town, founded twenty-five years ago, is a model city.



Goodwill General Store
Title:
Goodwill General Store
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
Harvey Caolin Visit the newest Goodwill General Store at Parkland Hills Shopping Center (Katherine and San Mateo Se). Bring in this card and receive a 20% discount! Bargains for the whole family.


Y.M.C.A. Building
Title:
Y.M.C.A. Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Albuquerque's Y.M.C.A. was built by the citizens of Albuquerque at a total out-lay of $75,000.00. It is located in the center of the business district on land donated by the Santa Fe Railroad Company. The building is thoroughly up-to-date, containing Reading, Social and Game Rooms, Gymnasium 40' x 70', Swimming Pool 20' x 60', Lockers, Shower Rooms for Men and Boys, and 48 Bed-Rooms.



De Anza Motor Lodge
Title:
De Anza Motor Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Navajo Weaver, Aged Six Years
Title:
Navajo Weaver, Aged Six Years
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused

Description:
Fred Harvey Indian Building.



Ramada Inn
Title:
Ramada Inn
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1969 Oct-27


El Camino Lodge and Dining Room
Title:
El Camino Lodge and Dining Room
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



General Hospital, US Vet Hospital
Title:
General Hospital, US Vet Hospital
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


Enchanted Mesa
Title:
Enchanted Mesa
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Real Photo

Description:
Indian Legend - "Long ago Indians dwelt in village on this mesa. Working in fields below during harvest time, an earthquake crumbled the city, destroying only rock stairway, causing three old women left in village to perish."



The Franciscan Hotel
Title:
The Franciscan Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1923 nov-24

Description:
This structure, typical of the architecture brought to the South West by the early settlers, is regarded as the most unusual building of its type anywhere in the world. It was built by the Community Spirit of Albuquerque. The Hotel contains 142 guest rooms. In lobby, magnificently decorated, is the most artistic interior in this section of the country. The Hotel is especially adapted to the entertainment of Clubs, Conventions and large social gatherings. Every attention is paid tot he comfort of cross country tourists, whose prolonged stay is desirable to all Albuquerque.


Public Library
Title:
Public Library
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1928 Oct-11



The Plaza, Old Town
Title:
The Plaza, Old Town
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1909 Feb-9


Bernalillo County Court House
Title:
Bernalillo County Court House
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Curitech



South Side of Plaza, Old Town
Title:
South Side of Plaza, Old Town
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
Albuquerque retains the charming atmosphere of colonial times in the fascinating shops, restaurants and quaint patios of Old Town, established by the Spanish in New Mexico.


Central Avenue and Fourth Street
Title:
Central Avenue and Fourth Street
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



The Famous Alvarado Hotel
Title:
The Famous Alvarado Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
John E. Floodberg First Street and Central Avenue. Known and remembered throughout the world by all who have stopped here. Famous for food, lodging and entertainment and for hosting the patrons of the Santa Fe passenger trains.


Central Avenue Looking East
Title:
Central Avenue Looking East
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



University of New Mexico - Administration Building
Title:
University of New Mexico - Administration Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Indian Building
Title:
Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back



Administration Building, Municipal Airport
Title:
Administration Building, Municipal Airport
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1949 Jun-23

Description:
J.R. Willis


Zuni Motor Lodge & Dining Room
Title:
Zuni Motor Lodge & Dining Room
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1950 Nov-16



Hotel Hilton
Title:
Hotel Hilton
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Central Avenue from Fourth Street
Title:
Central Avenue from Fourth Street
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1940 Aug-6

Description:
This corner is the "heart of the city" where the two main thoroughfares cross and the center of the business district.



De Anza Motor Lodge
Title:
De Anza Motor Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen


El Oriente Court
Title:
El Oriente Court
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
401 East Central.



De Anza Motor Lodge
Title:
De Anza Motor Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1961 Aug-9

Description:
4301 East Central Avenue, on U.S. 66 Named after the Lieutenant Colonel Juan Batista de-Anza, who was the Spanish Governor of New Mexico, 1778-1789. Designed to please the discriminating guest. Offering in Albuquerque to the motorist modern convenience and satisfying comfort. Telephone in every room.


Central Avenue from Fourth Street
Title:
Central Avenue from Fourth Street
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



Central Avenue from Fourth Street
Title:
Central Avenue from Fourth Street
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
This corner is the "heart of the city" where the two main thoroughfares cross and the center of the busineses district. Southwest Postcard


Public Library
Title:
Public Library
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Southwest Postcard



Hacienda Dining Rooms
Title:
Hacienda Dining Rooms
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Pueblo Bonito Court
Title:
Pueblo Bonito Court
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen



Casa Grande Lodge
Title:
Casa Grande Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
2625 W. Central 24 Rooms in Lodge - 80 Courts Air-Conditioned - Tile Baths Located on Route 66 - West Albuquerque Phones in All Rooms - 24 Hour Service


Greeting from U of N.M. Albequerque New Mexico
Title:
Greeting from U of N.M. Albequerque New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
You may be greet by students from many states of the US on the campus of the U of N. M. due to the efficiency of its personnel the opportunity afforded for the study of archaeology, anthropology and foreign languages in the "cradle of the nation." The Lobo football team makes history in the sport world.



Longhorn Ranch Saloon
Title:
Longhorn Ranch Saloon
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen


University of New Mexico - Dwataka Boys' Dormitory & Hokona Girls' Dormitory
Title:
University of New Mexico - Dwataka Boys' Dormitory & Hokona Girls' Dormitory
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



Castle Hunning
Title:
Castle Hunning
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1908 Feb-15


El Vado Court
Title:
El Vado Court
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1955 Sep-19

Description:
2500 Central SW.



Simms Building
Title:
Simms Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1955 Sep-2


Central Avenue, Looking West From Second Street
Title:
Central Avenue, Looking West From Second Street
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1915 Nov-23

Description:
The Progress of Albuquerque is shown by the metropolitan appearance of the store buildings and the business blocks which line the main streets. No branch of retail trade is unrepresented in a commercial way. Enterprise has been rewarded by this becoming the largest city in New Mexico.



Commercial Club
Title:
Commercial Club
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1917 Jan-15


Masonic Temple
Title:
Masonic Temple
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1917 Jan-18



Albuquerque High School, Erected 1914
Title:
Albuquerque High School, Erected 1914
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1917 Jan-19


YMCA Building
Title:
YMCA Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1917 Jan-17



University Of New Mexico
Title:
University Of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


Desert Inn
Title:
Desert Inn
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
918 Central Avenue SW.



De Anza Motor Lodge
Title:
De Anza Motor Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format PM 1955 Jan-2

Description:
4301 Central Avenue NE.


Kimo Indian Theatre
Title:
Kimo Indian Theatre
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen



Bar-B-Q Inn - Featuring the Best Hickory Smoked Barbeque & Charcoal Broiled Steaks
Title:
Bar-B-Q Inn - Featuring the Best Hickory Smoked Barbeque & Charcoal Broiled Steaks
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
On Route 66 at 9901 Central NE Albuquerque's finest barbeque restaurant. Phone 289-0610 for reservations


La Placita Dining Rooms, Old Town Plaza
Title:
La Placita Dining Rooms, Old Town Plaza
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Built originally in 1706, first known as the Casa de Armijo, the home of a prominent early day family. Later is served as a fort and refuge during the Mexican, Spanish and American Civil War, and as an early trading post. Restored to its original character in 1930, and refinished again in 1955, it is now the home of the original La Placita Dining Rooms. There are six beautiful and authentically charactered dining rooms to serve you the very finest in genuine Mexican dishes, choice steaks and other delicious American foods in a romantic, candle-lit atmosphere of year-round completely air-conditioned comfort



University of New Mexico
Title:
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1906 Apr-11


El Fidel Hotel
Title:
El Fidel Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



Hotel Hilton
Title:
Hotel Hilton
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Maisel's Indian Trading Post
Title:
Maisel's Indian Trading Post
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
510 West Central Avenue Salesman's Sample



Bow & Arrow Lodge
Title:
Bow & Arrow Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
On US Highway Route 66 - East. 25 modern units. Near theaters, shopping center, Kirtland Field and Sandia Base. Telephone 5-1231. 8300 Central Ave. East - on Highway Route 66


Franciscan
Title:
Franciscan
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
formally opened its doors to the public December 15, 1923. Albuquerque and the Franciscan are the center of New Mexico of which Arthur Brisbane writes: "Until you have seen New Mexico's sky and mountains and deep red earth you do no know America. Until you have breathed the air of this heavenly land you do not know the best place for men and their children on this whole earth." Franciscan is a hotel unique in the appropriate beauty of its architecture. The courtesy, thoughtfulness and helpfulness in catering to the comforts of guests makes this hotel more homelike than hotel-like



Kimo, America's Foremost Indian Theatre
Title:
Kimo, America's Foremost Indian Theatre
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1937

Description:
The Kimo Theatre building expresses architecturally, in its composite design, the traditions of New Mexico and the old southwest. One of the few typically American Indian architectural expressions, with a suggestion of Spanish in its countours, this unusual edifice, both inside and out, provides an atmosphere of historical romance unequalled elsewhere in America C. T. American Art Colored


Medical Arts Square
Title:
Medical Arts Square
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1953 Nov-4

Description:
This six-acre quadrangle provides office space for 60 physicians and dentists and the two story section houses shops connected with medical practice. The square is located at Las Lomas and Encino overlooking the valley



Men's Dormitory, University of New Mexico
Title:
Men's Dormitory, University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
This four story structure of Pueblo architecture, features 5 walled courts, 20 balconies, dining room and several smaller dining rooms, three electric elevators, numerous study rooms to make a home away from home for the students. The whole fourth floor is given to recreation including sun decks. It is constructed for efficiency as well as comfort, has huge picture windows affording a panoramic view of the Sandia Mountains in the background


Central Avenue
Title:
Central Avenue
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



A Workroom in the Indian Building
Title:
A Workroom in the Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
In the Indian Building at Albuquerque are a number of Navahos spinning and dyeing wool, weaving blankets, and making silver ornaments with their crude tools. Among them is Elle, the most famous weaver among the Navahos, and Tom of Ganado, her husband, and Indians from other tribes - Santo Domingo, Isleta, Laguna and San Felipi, are lounging around in their picturesque costumes


Santa fe Mission Depot
Title:
Santa fe Mission Depot
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back

Description:
Albuquerque is a very ancient and interesting settlement, being on an elevation of 5,000 feet above sea level. The first explorers of this region were the Spaniards from Mexico. The city was founded by them in 1706. The territory is noted for its many curious and interesting missions which were inhabited by the missionaries in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries



The Silver Sunbeam Gallery
Title:
The Silver Sunbeam Gallery
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Second oldest building in Taos, New Mexico. Built over 175 years ago it belonged to the daughter of the first governor of New Mexico. Years ago Teresina Bent Scheurich, sister-in-law of Kit Carson, fortified the existing walls against the Indians. her husband, a freighter, drove oxen to St. Louis for provisions. The inside dining room is the original family meat and storage room. 3409 Central NE. 3rd Annual Post Card Show, Sunday, Nov. 12 3-5 pm; 15% off on all framed posters with this card


University of New Mexico
Title:
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Aerial view of campus looking South



Mountain Lodge
Title:
Mountain Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
In the foothills of the beautiful Sandias on Highway Route 66 in Tijeras Canyon, 12 miles east of Albuquerque, New Mexico AAA Recommended On scenic Highway Route 66 - in a quiet secluded mountain environment. Eight centrally steam heated, fully carpeted units. Closed warm garages. Elevation 6200 feet. Close to ski area and timber line. Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Saunders Owners - Managers Telephone Albuquerque - Linda Vista 2


Central Avenue
Title:
Central Avenue
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This view is seen from the Santa Fe R.R. overpass, looking west. It is the heart of the shopping district with its modern buildings and up-to-date shops and stores



Geology Building, University of New Mexico
Title:
Geology Building, University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1966 Aug-15

Description:
This geology building houses one of the most complete and up-to-date geology departments in the entire Southwest


De Anza Motor Lodge
Title:
De Anza Motor Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Lieutenant Colonel Juan Batista de Anza was the Spanish governor of New Mexico from 1778 to 1789 and was also the first white man to cross into Upper California overland by way of Southern Arizona and over the Colorado River. While governor of New Mexico, he headed a troop of soldiers that defeated and killed the notorious Chief Cuerno Verde of the Comanches. He also led an expedition to the relief of the starving Hopis in 1780. (In 1775 the Hope population was decreased, by an epidemic of smallpox, to 798)



Holiday Inn East
Title:
Holiday Inn East
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1985 Aug-12

Description:
12901 Central Avenue, NE


Trade Winds Motor Hotel
Title:
Trade Winds Motor Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
5400 Central East, US Highway Route 66, Interstate 40



Mexican Adobe
Title:
Mexican Adobe
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


Court Cafe
Title:
Court Cafe
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen



Indian Sanatorium
Title:
Indian Sanatorium
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Constructed in 1934 by the Indian Service at a cost of $500,000. Administered by the United Pueblos Agency for Indian patients, composed principally of Southwestern Indians. Pueblo and Navajo Indians are treated for Tuberculosis at no charge. Non-Indians are not admitted


Central Ave. and Fourth St
Title:
Central Ave. and Fourth St
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
CENTRAL AVE. AND FOURTH ST. IN THE HEART OF ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. Looking northeast in downtown Albuquerque. Straight ahead is Central Ave., which becomes Highway Route 66 east and west. Fourth St., becomes Highway 85, north to Santa Fe and Taos, south to El Paso, Texas



Central Avenue, Looking West
Title:
Central Avenue, Looking West
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Hospital Center
Title:
Hospital Center
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1955 Dec-31

Description:
This striking Air View shows in the background, the huge U. S. Veterans Hospital, with its large new edition. On the right foreground stands the modern Lovelace Clinic and in left foreground is the fine, well equipped Bataan Memorial Methodist Hospital



Looking North on Fourth Street
Title:
Looking North on Fourth Street
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Simm's Building on left and the Bank of New Mexico building on right


Bernalillo Co. Court House
Title:
Bernalillo Co. Court House
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This fine structure has been very much enlarged recently to provide offices for the increased activities in the county in the past few years. Glimpse of the City Hall is seen in background



Bernilillo County Courthouse
Title:
Bernilillo County Courthouse
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
4th and Tijeras, NW


University of New Mexico Arena, South Campus
Title:
University of New Mexico Arena, South Campus
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Dick Kent Built to accommodate the tremendous following of the University of New Mexico Lobo Basketball Team, the new arena seats 14,831 fans. A member of the Western Athletic Conference, the Lobos have gained national recognition over recent years. The modern design of the Arena, constructed of a new type, complete span roof, affords an unobstructed view of the playing court from every seat



Town House Motor Hotel
Title:
Town House Motor Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
400 Central SE


Holiday Inn East
Title:
Holiday Inn East
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
12901 Central Ave., NE; located on Route US 66; Ph: No. 298-6861 - AC: 505; 300 rooms; 2 swimming pools; air-conditioned; restaurant; free TV; free Holidex reservations; beautiful bar



The First National Bank Building
Title:
The First National Bank Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1926 Oct-25

Description:
Is nine stories in height. Concrete walls and floors; steel window casings and marble wainscoting. The bank itself occupies the first and mezzanine floors. There are in addition 25 office rooms. It is the largest bank building between Kansas City and Los Angeles


Santa Fe Mission Depot
Title:
Santa Fe Mission Depot
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Albuquerque is a very ancient and interesting settlement, being on an elevation of 5,000 feet above sea level. The first explorers of this region were the Spaniards from Mexico. The city was founded by them in 1706. The territory is noted for its many curious and interesting missions which were inhabited by the missionaries in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries



Commercial Club
Title:
Commercial Club
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1910 Jan-23


De Anza Motor Lodge
Title:
De Anza Motor Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
4301 Central Avenue East at Washington



Central Avenue
Title:
Central Avenue
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome


Albuquerque International Airport
Title:
Albuquerque International Airport
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome PM Apr-12



The Silver Sunbeam
Title:
The Silver Sunbeam
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
103 Dartmouth SE


Winrock Shopping Center and Sandia Mountains
Title:
Winrock Shopping Center and Sandia Mountains
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Dutch Motor Court, 3923 West Central Avenue
Title:
Dutch Motor Court, 3923 West Central Avenue
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
2 miles west of city on Highways 66 and 45. 20 units, 20 baths. New, modern and distinctive. Franciscan furniture, Venetian blinds, floors are covered, innerspring mattresses. Safety-sure heating. Service station and restaurant nearby. Phone 2-8509. Mr. and Mrs. Otto R. Smith, Owners-Managers


Castle Huning
Title:
Castle Huning
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Indian Building
Title:
Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1909


YMCA Building
Title:
YMCA Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Was built by the citizens of Albuquerque at a total outlay of $75,000.00. It is located in the center of the business district on land donated by the Santa Fe Railroad Company. The building is thoroughly up-to-date, containing reading, social and game rooms. Gymnasium 40' x 70'. Swimming pool 20'x60'. Lockers. Shower rooms for men and boys and 48 bedrooms



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Post Office The Albuquerque Post Office is now housed in the magnificent new federal building, absolutely fire-proof, of concrete and steel construction erected at a cost of $200,000


The Elks' Club
Title:
The Elks' Club
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Albuquerque's Elks Club was organized in 1963. It now boasts a membership of eight hundred. Their remodeled home, valued at $115,000,000 has been splendidly fitted out with every modern advantage and convenience. The Lodge Room, Lounging Room, Cafe, etc., occupy the first floor. The second, third and fourth floors contain about two hundred Lodging Rooms



Interior of Fred Harvey Indian Building, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Title:
Interior of Fred Harvey Indian Building, Albuquerque, New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The Indian Building at Albuquerque, New Mexico, contains some of the finest and rarest collections of Indian handicraft in America. Here can be seen Indian women carding, spinning and dyeing wool and weaving blankets, while the men make primitive silver ornaments


The Alvarado
Title:
The Alvarado
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



Santa Fe Mission Depot
Title:
Santa Fe Mission Depot
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Albuquerque is a very ancient and interesting settlement, being on an elevation of 5,000 feet above sea level. The first explorers of this region were the Spaniards from Mexico. The city was founded by them in 1706. The territory is noted for its many curious and interesting missions which were inhabited by the missionaries in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries


Alvarado Hotel
Title:
Alvarado Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1913 Oct-21

Description:
The Alvarado at Albuquerque, a building of the Mission type is named after Captain Hernando de Alvarado, Commander of Artillery for Coronado's expedition into the Southwest. Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico



YMCA Building
Title:
YMCA Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1920 Apr-10

Description:
YMCA Building, Albuquerque, NM Albuquerque's YMCA was built by the citizens of Albuquerque at a total out-lay of $75,000.00. It is located in the center of the business district on land donated by the Santa Fe Railroad Company. The building is thoroughly up to date, containing Reading, Social and Game Rooms. gymnasium 40' x 70'. Swimming Pool 26' x 60'. Lockers, Shower Rooms for Men and boys, and 48 Bed-Rooms


Hoyt's Restaurant - The Dinner Bell
Title:
Hoyt's Restaurant - The Dinner Bell
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
3900 Central Avenue East.Oustanding restaurant on Highway Route 66



Indian Sanatorium
Title:
Indian Sanatorium
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Hotel Hilton
Title:
Hotel Hilton
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



Central Avenue and Fourth Street
Title:
Central Avenue and Fourth Street
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1956 Jul-18

Description:
Looking northeast in downtown Albuquerque. Straight ahead is Central Ave., which becomes Highway Route 66 east and west. Fourth St. becomes Highway 85, north to Santa Fe and Taos, south to El Paso, Texas


Kimo, America's Foremost Indian Theatre
Title:
Kimo, America's Foremost Indian Theatre
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The Kimo Theatre Building expresses architecturally, in its composite design, the traditions of New Mexico and the old Southwest. One of the few typically American Indian architectural expressions, with a suggestion of the Spanish in its contours, this unusual edifice, both inside and out, provides an atmosphere of historical romance unequalled elsewhere in America



Franciscan Hotel
Title:
Franciscan Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
This structure, typical of the architecture brought to the Southwest by the early settlers, is regarded as the most unusual building of its type anywhere in the world. It was built by the Community Spirit of Albuquerque. The Hotel contains 175 guest rooms. Its lobby, magnificently decorated, is the most artistic interior in this section of the country. The Hotel is especially adapted to the entertainment of clubs, conventions and large social gatherings. Every attention is paid to the comfort of cross country tourists, whose prolonged stay is desirable to all Albuquerque


Students Union Building, University of New Mexico
Title:
Students Union Building, University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
A unique building designed for the comfort and convenience of the students and operated on a co-operative plan. It contains lunch-rooms, soda fountain, barber shop, additional lounges is equipped to take care of all social activities of the university and is furnished and decorated in truly southwestern style



Cathedral Church of St. John, 318 Silver Avenue, S.W
Title:
Cathedral Church of St. John, 318 Silver Avenue, S.W
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Immaculate Conception Church
Title:
Immaculate Conception Church
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern Catholic Church is located downtown at Sixth and Copper Streets. In 1959, the old building was torn down and this new edifice was erected to serve the large parish of the city



The Alvarado Building
Title:
The Alvarado Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Alvarado, at Albuquerque, a building of the Mission type, commemorates Captain Hernando de Alvarado, Commander of Artillery for Coronado's expedition into the Southwest. Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico


The Elks' Club
Title:
The Elks' Club
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1919 Dec-26

Description:
Albuquerque's Elks Club was organized in 1903. It now boasts a membership of eight hundred. Their remodeled home, valued at $115,000.00 has been splendidly fitted out with every modern advantage and convenience. The Lodge Room, Lounging Room, Cafe, etc. occupy the first floor. The second, third, and fourth floors contain about two hundred lodging rooms



Greetings from Albuquerque
Title:
Greetings from Albuquerque
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
"The Duke City" The metropolis of New Mexico, Alburquerque is situated on the Rio Grande at an elevation of 4988 ft., and is approximately the center of the state. The busy city of today was founded by Gov. Cuervo in 1706 and named for the Duke of Alburquerque. Later the first R in the name was dropped, with the coming of the Americans


Holiday Inn East
Title:
Holiday Inn East
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
12901 Central Ave., NE; located on Route US 66; ph: No. 298-6861 - AC: 505; 300 rooms; 2 swimming pools; air-conditioned; restaurant; free TV; free Holidex reservations; beautiful bar



Wishing Well in Plaza market, Old Town
Title:
Wishing Well in Plaza market, Old Town
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1960 Apr-18

Description:
The select quaint shops of Old Town, offer the thousands of visitors the genuine Indian hand-made items as well as Mexican and imported curios, the finest obtainable in the Southwest Southwest Post Card Co


The Alvarado
Title:
The Alvarado
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
THE ALVARADO, at Albuquerque, a building of the Mission type, commemorates Captain Hernando de Alvarado, Commander of Artillery for Coronado's expedition into the Southwest. Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico



An Adobe Residence, Old Town
Title:
An Adobe Residence, Old Town
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
A few steps from the modern homes one sees in Albuquerque are the little, squat adobe houses irregularly strung along the sides of narrow streets in the quaint, old Spanish quarter known as "Old Town". It is picturesque. One suspects that life on the old philosophic plan required but little to subsist on, and positively wonders how the houses, plain as they are, ever got themselves built!


Entrance to Plaza, the Alvarado
Title:
Entrance to Plaza, the Alvarado
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Albuquerque was first settled in 1701. It was named after the Duke of Albuquerque, one of the early Spanish explorers. The new town was laid out about 25 years ago and is now the largest city in New Mexico. It is located on the main line of the Santa Fe. It lies at an altitude of 5,000 feet



North Plaza, The Alvarado
Title:
North Plaza, The Alvarado
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
With Coronado's expedition into the Southwest in 1540 there came one Hernando de Alvarado, who was captain of the artillery with the expedition. In memory of this man the Alvarado was named. This building was modelled after the old Spanish missions, the wide spreading lawns and plaza, and the graceful lines of the building remind one of the days of Spanish chivalry


Alvarado Hotel
Title:
Alvarado Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1908 Oct-13



The Alvarado
Title:
The Alvarado
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM Oct-12

Description:
THE ALVARADO, at Albuquerque, a building of the Mission type, commemorates Captain Hernando de Alvarado, Commander of Artillery for Coronado's expedition into the Southwest. Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico


La Hacienda Motel
Title:
La Hacienda Motel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
La Hacienda Motel A Bit of Old Mexico Albuquerque, N. Mex



A-18 Indian Sanatorium
Title:
A-18 Indian Sanatorium
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Constructed in 1934 by the Indian Service at a cost of $500,000. Administered by the United Pueblos Agency for Indian patients, composed principally of Southwestern Indians. Pueblo and Navajo Indians are treated for Tuberculosis at no charge. Non-Indians are not admitted


A-4 Wright's Trading Post
Title:
A-4 Wright's Trading Post
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
This building is in the typical Indian Pueblo style, with each floor terraced back from the one below. The strings of drying "chili peppers" decorate the houses with their brilliant color in the fall of the year. Note the top of a bake-oven on the roof, while in the foreground is a Navajo sweat house - replica of those used in the cure of the sick



Hotel Hilton
Title:
Hotel Hilton
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Beautiful Altar and Sanctuary With Historic Paintings and Statues
Title:
Beautiful Altar and Sanctuary With Historic Paintings and Statues
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Historic Old Mission Church Isleta Indian Pueblo. 12 Miles South of Albuquerque, New Mexico...is the Indian Pueblo of Isleta. This pueblo is one of the oldest and largest in America...and a striking feature is the old church of San Antonio de Isleta. It is easily distinguished by the two immense bell towers and is thought to have been built sometime between 1605 - 1621. The mission sanctuary and altar are very beautifully decorated with many historic paintings and statues. One of the oldest churches in America



Frontier Restaurant
Title:
Frontier Restaurant
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
2400 Central, SE. Across from UNM. Home of the famous "Frontier Sweet Roll"


The Hilton Hotel downtown
Title:
The Hilton Hotel downtown
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
200 guest rooms, dining rooms, cocktail lounge, barber & beauty shops. Recreation room & major airlines offices in lobby. Completely air-conditioned. Free parking. 9 meeting rooms seating from 10 to 600



San Felipe de Neri Church - Old Town Plaza
Title:
San Felipe de Neri Church - Old Town Plaza
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Bob Petley Built in the early 1700's this is one of the most famous landmarks


Albuquerque from Sandia Crest
Title:
Albuquerque from Sandia Crest
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
John E. Floodberg This early night picture shows Albuquerque in its entirety from Sandia Crest about 5,000 feet above the city. The closest light is about seven miles from the camera. From the left (east) to the right (west) the picture covers a distance of 22 miles



Indian boys learning the tribal rituals to carry on the ceremonies of their ancestors
Title:
Indian boys learning the tribal rituals to carry on the ceremonies of their ancestors
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


U.S. Post Office and Federal Building
Title:
U.S. Post Office and Federal Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Post Office and New Federal Building, Albuquerque, New Mexico The Albuquerque Post Office serves at this time over 40,000 people residing within a radius of five or six square miles. The recently completed Federal Building (the taller) is occupied by at least 20 different Bureaus of the U.S. Government Service



Hospital Center
Title:
Hospital Center
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1954 May-10

Description:
This striking air view shows in the background, the huge US Veterans Hospital with its large new edition. On the right foreground stands the modern Lovelace Clinic and in left foreground is the fine, well-equipped Bataan Memorial Methodist Hospital


Central Ave. Looking East
Title:
Central Ave. Looking East
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
From Fifth St. may be seen the heart of the business district of the metropolis of New Mexico. The fact that Albuquerque is rated as the best lighted city of its size in the US attests to the progressiveness of the merchants



Public Library
Title:
Public Library
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Public Library Albuquerque, New Mexico J. R. Willis


Air View of University of New Mexico
Title:
Air View of University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Air View of University of New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico The University, following the unique theme, have all buildings constructed along a modified Pueblo architectural style



Hotel Hilton
Title:
Hotel Hilton
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Hotel Hilton
Title:
Hotel Hilton
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



White Winrock Motor Hotel
Title:
White Winrock Motor Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1974 Oct-15

Description:
18 Winrock Shopping Center NE., Interstate 40 (U.S.66) at Louisiana Boulevard exit. 175 delightfully appointed rooms, heated swimming pool, featuring Diamond Jim's internationally famous Restaurant and Lounge. Excellent banquet and meeting facilities


National Atomic Museum
Title:
National Atomic Museum
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
P.O. Box 5400, S. Wyoming Blvd. Kirtland AFB. Albuquerque's unique resource . Explore the history and technology of the Atomic Age



Old Town Basket Shop
Title:
Old Town Basket Shop
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Sarbo 301 Romero NW. Tel: 247-4402. Located on historic Old Town Plaza (Founded in 1706). Largest selection of baskets in the world. Also patio furniture, wall and holiday decorations, gifts and souvenirs. Mail orders accepted. We ship anywhere


The Famous Alvarado Hotel
Title:
The Famous Alvarado Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM May-2

Description:
First Street & Central Avenue. Known and remembered throughout the world by all who have stopped here. Famous for food, lodging and entertainment and for hosting the patrons of the Santa Fe passenger trains



Zia Motor Lodge
Title:
Zia Motor Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1965

Description:
Air Conditioned Units - With Ceramic Tiled Combination Tub and Showers...Wall-to-Wall Carpeting...Hot Water Heat...Room Phones...Free TV...Sun Deck...Patio...Located in the Highland Shopping Center...One Block Walking Distance to Theatre and Good Restaurants. AAA approved. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Martin, Owners and Managers. 4611 Central Avenue (N.E. Highway Route 66 East)


Plaza Street, Old Town Plaza
Title:
Plaza Street, Old Town Plaza
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1959 Jun-22



Del Webb's Hiwayhouse
Title:
Del Webb's Hiwayhouse
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1962 Aug-4

Description:
John E. Floodberg 601 Central Ave., N.E. The Soutwest's leading Motor Hotel Chain. Weather conditioned for your comfort, 24 hour telephone service, television in all rooms, swimming pool, and coffee shop. "Sleep is Our Business."


View of Hilton Inn
Title:
View of Hilton Inn
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
New Mexico's most luxurious motor hotel. 276 guest rooms, suites and parlors appointed in Spanish Mediterranean elegance. Children free. Hilton Hospitality in our Monte Carlo Dining Room, Bolero Lounge and Taza de Cafe Coffee Shop. Conveniently located at the Interchange of Interstate Highways I-25 and I-40 Dexter Press, Inc



Mountain Lodge
Title:
Mountain Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1957 Jun-24

Description:
In the foothills of the beatiful Sandias on Highway Route 66... In Tijerras Canyon 12 miles east of Albuquerque, New Mexico. On scenic Highway Route 66 - is a quiet secluded mountain environment. Eight centrally steam heated, fully carpeted units. Closed warm garages. Elevation 6200 feet. Close to ski area and timber line. Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Saunders. Owners-managers. Telephone Albuquerque - Linda Vista 2 Alfred McGarr Adv. Service


Mountain Lodge
Title:
Mountain Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1952 May-16

Description:
C.E. Redman On scenic Highway Route 66 - in a quiet secluded mountain environment. Eight centrally steam heated, fully carpeted units. Closed warm garages. Elevation 6200 feet. Closet o ski area and timber line. Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Saunders, owners-managers. Telephone Albuquerque - Linda Vista 2 Alfred McGarr Adv. Service



Mountain Lodge
Title:
Mountain Lodge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
C.E. Redman On scenic Highway Route 66 - in a quiet secluded mountain environment. Eight centrally steam heated fully carpeted units. Closed warm garages. Elevation 6200 feet. Close to ski area and timber. Mr. and Mrs. C.B. Saunders, owners-managers. Telephone Albuquerque - Linda Vista 2 Alfred McGarr Adv. Service


Central Avenue Looking West from Pan-American Freeway
Title:
Central Avenue Looking West from Pan-American Freeway
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This skyline view shows, to the left, The Bank of New Mexico Building, The Simms Building and US Government Buildings. Prominent buildings on the right are the First National Bank Building and the Hilton Hotel Curt Teich & Co



Rio Grande Bridge
Title:
Rio Grande Bridge
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back)


The Alvarado, Fred Harvey Hotel
Title:
The Alvarado, Fred Harvey Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1940 Sep-11

Description:
The station hotel at Albuquerque, with its deep porticos, long arched corridors and stately towers, is a distinct achievement in carrying out the Spanish Mission style of architecture



Administration Building, Municipal Airport
Title:
Administration Building, Municipal Airport
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Albuquerque's $1,000,000 Municipal airport is the largest commercial airport in the US. It lies on the mesa overlooking the city at an altitude of 5300 feet with the Sandia Mountains as a background for the beautiful Administration Building of typically Spanish Design Southwest Post Card Co


First Street
Title:
First Street
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



Aerial View of Univeristy
Title:
Aerial View of Univeristy
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1966 Jun-23

Description:
Joel Burret University of New Mexico Albuquerque, New Mexico The University of New Mexico is interesting for its Pueblo style of architecture


Commercial Club
Title:
Commercial Club
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Bernalillo County Court House
Title:
Bernalillo County Court House
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1929 Feb-25


Castle Muning
Title:
Castle Muning
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



Commercial Club
Title:
Commercial Club
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


Church of San Felipe
Title:
Church of San Felipe
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The old church of San Felipe faces the plaza in "Old Town" at Albuquerque. It was founded several hundred years ago; services are still held there. Countless throngs have passed through its ever open doors. How much happiness and how much sorrow it knows, one can only guess



Real Grand Hotel
Title:
Real Grand Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome PM 1985 Mar-8

Description:
1015 Rio Grande Blvd. NW. 505-843-9500


Albuquerque High School - Erected 1914
Title:
Albuquerque High School - Erected 1914
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Albuquerque High School ... Demonstration room with lantern facilities. Master Clock with secondary clocks for each room regulating program bells. Complete equipment for domestic science and art and manual training, rest room and emergency hospital. The entire building equipped with vacuum cleaners



Commercial Club
Title:
Commercial Club
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Commercial Club. ... little over fifteen years ago with a small mem-... ...-pies its own magnificent building, erected at a ... It takes the leading part in advancing the c-... and developing the adjacent territory


Administration Building, University of N. Mex
Title:
Administration Building, University of N. Mex
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1954 Apr-20

Description:
This building finished in Southwestern Pueblo style--is one of the most perfect in the country from an architectural standpoint. It is 250 feet wide, contains 73 rooms and was erected at a cost of $250,000



Franciscan Hotel
Title:
Franciscan Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1941

Description:
This structure, typical of the architecture brought to the Southwest by the early settlers, is regarded as the most unusual building of its type anywhere in the world. It was built by the Community Spirit of Albuquerque. The Hotel contains 175 guest rooms. In lobby, magnificently decorated, is the most artistic interior in this section of the country. The Hotel is especially adapted to the entertainment of Clubs, Conventions and large social gatherings. Every attention is paid to the comfort of cross country tourists, whose prolonged stay is desirable to all Albuquerque Curt Teich & Co


Administration Building, Municipal Airport
Title:
Administration Building, Municipal Airport
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Albuquerque's $1,000,000 Municipal airport is the largest commercial airport in the U.S. It lies on the mesa overlooking the city at an altitude of 5300 feet with the Sandia Mountains as a background for the beautiful Administration Building of typically Spanish design Curt Teich & Co



Santa Fe Mission Depot
Title:
Santa Fe Mission Depot
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Albuquerque is a very ancient and interesting settlement, being on an elevation of 5,000 feet above sea level. The first explorers of this region were the Spaniards from Mexico. The city was founded by them in 1706. The territory is noted for its many curious and interesting missions which were inhabited by the missionaries in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries


Pueblo of Laguna
Title:
Pueblo of Laguna
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Laguna (the lake) was founded in 1699 and is the youngest of the New Mexico pueblos. It is 66 miles west of Albuquerque and is perched upon a sterile hill, in a compact cluster a fortress built with every eye alert to its defensive qualities. For while the Pueblo Indians tilled the soil and provided for their needs, their neighbors were nomadic and warlike



66 Diner on Historic Route 66
Title:
66 Diner on Historic Route 66
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Tom Till The 66 Diner in Albuquerque, New Mexico, is an example of the nostalgia seen along the 2400 miles of the Historic Route 66 Smith-Southwestern, Inc


Mitchell Hall, University of New Mexico
Title:
Mitchell Hall, University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
built in Southwestern architecture, is one of the most modern buildings on the campus. It houses numerous classrooms with its finest and latest equipment Southwest Post Card Co



University of New Mexico
Title:
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Hokona Hall, Women's Dormitory Southwest Post Card Co


Southwestern Architecture, President's Residence, University of New Mexico
Title:
Southwestern Architecture, President's Residence, University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
University President's home is built in the typical southwestern architecture. The same style of Indian Pueblo design is used in many of the various buildings throughout the University campus Southwest Post Card Co



University of New Mexico
Title:
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1956 Sep-27

Description:
The new University Library, on the campus in Albuquerque. The University of New Mexico, built entirely in keeping with traditional Indian-Spanish mission architecture, is world-renowned


Indian building and Santa Fe station
Title:
Indian building and Santa Fe station
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Possibly hundreds of years before Coronado discovered them, the Pueblo Indians of the Rio Grande Valley fashioned their cooking, storage and practically all household utensils from native clay. Women from Isleta and men from San Domingo are here selling examples of this pottery, bows and arrows, etc



Entrance to Indian building
Title:
Entrance to Indian building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Indians of nearby villages have been permitted to establish a little market place here. They may be found in greatest numbers during the seasons when not occupied in planting or harvesting. The women are usually from Isleta, the men from San Domingo. Due to some native custom the conservative San Domingans do not permit their women to appear in public


General View, Interior of Indian Building
Title:
General View, Interior of Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Indian and Mexican Buildings at Albuquerque, New Mexico, houses the finest, rarest, and most interesting collection of Indian and Mexican handiwork in this country. In this building you can see Indian women carding, spinning and dyeing wool and weaving blankets. The men making primitive silver ornaments. All this carried on in the very crude way handed down by generations long past



H-1936 Navaho Blanket Weavers, Indian Building
Title:
H-1936 Navaho Blanket Weavers, Indian Building
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
This is not an uncommon sight in Arizona and New Mexico, for the Navaho Indians are the principal blanket weavers in the various Indian tribes of the Southwest. The art of blanket weaving, amont the Navahos, was probably learned from the Pueblo Indians some three or four hundred years ago, and the Navahos, being a shrewd, business-like people, developed the Art until their product became famous throughout the civilized world. Many of their old blankets especially rival the old Persian and Oriental rugs


The Alvarado, Fred Harvey Hotel
Title:
The Alvarado, Fred Harvey Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Station Hotel at Albuquerque, with its deep porticos, long arched corridors and stately towers, is a distinct achievement in carrying out the Spanish Mission style of architecture. It is named after Hernandez de Alvarado, a captain of artillery in Coronado's famous expedition



Rio Grande Bridge, Albuquerque, N.M
Title:
Rio Grande Bridge, Albuquerque, N.M
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1912 Jan-25

Description:
Printed in Switzerland Detroit Publishing Co


Indian Building and Alvarado Hotel
Title:
Indian Building and Alvarado Hotel
Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Connected with the Station at Albuquerque is the Fred Harvey Indian building, famous to travelers the world over for its interesting exhibits of Indian Arts and Crafts as well as relics of the Spanish Conquest. It was established primarily as a diversion for transcontinental travelers and to create a greater interest in the products of the native peoples along the Santa Fe Lines. All trains stop 10 to 30 minutes at Albuquerque. Conductors give advance notice in the building of the departure of trains Curt Teich & Co



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