Cloudcroft Tunnel on State Road #3
Title:
Cloudcroft Tunnel on State Road #3
New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
This tunnel on State Road #3 is the only highway tunnel in the state of New Mexico. This roadway starts from the valley floor at Alamegordo and cuts through the beautiful Sacramento Mountains on its way to Cloudcroft (9000 feet altitude) "The Road Garden of America."


Jemez Country
Title:
Jemez Country
New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
When you bring your family out this weekend ask us about the following... and ask us, too, about information concerning the building and financing of your lodge on this property.



Navajo Family on the Reservation
Title:
Navajo Family on the Reservation
New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
There are about 50,000 Navajo Indians occupying a reservation of about 9,000,000 acres in Northern New Mexico and Arizona. They are self-supporting and derive their living from marketing cattle, sheep, wool and hides.


Sierra Blanca from Ruidoso Highway
Title:
Sierra Blanca from Ruidoso Highway
New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused



Pueblo Women Baking Bread
Title:
Pueblo Women Baking Bread
New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


View of Pueblo
Title:
View of Pueblo
San Felipe Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



View over Pueblo
Title:
View over Pueblo
San Felipe Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


Museum and Curio Shop
Title:
Museum and Curio Shop
Fort Sumner New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1956 Dec-13



On the Belen Cut-Off
Title:
On the Belen Cut-Off
Vaughn New Mexico (NM), White Border unused


Open Pit Mine
Title:
Open Pit Mine
Santa Rita New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



Laguna Vista Lodge
Title:
Laguna Vista Lodge
Eagle Nest New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Street scene in Eagle Nest, New Mexico. The home of famous Eagle Nest Lake and New Mexico's popular summer playground.


The Old Church
Title:
The Old Church
Cochiti New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



Greetings from New Mexico
Title:
Greetings from New Mexico
New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1952 Jun-1

Description:
State capital - Santa Fe; State Flower - the Yucca; Nickname - Sunshine State; 1940 Population - 531,818; Area in Sq. Miles - Entered the Union - Jan. 6, 1912


Sacramento Methodist Assembly
Title:
Sacramento Methodist Assembly
Sacramento New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Sacramento Methodist Assembly
Title:
Sacramento Methodist Assembly
Sacramento New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Sacramento Methodist Assembly
Title:
Sacramento Methodist Assembly
Sacramento New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Fort Manzana View
Title:
Fort Manzana View
Mountainair New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


NEW MEXICAO MUSEUM of the OLD WEST
Title:
NEW MEXICAO MUSEUM of the OLD WEST
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Longhorn Ranch Saloon of 1866. With fixtures used during the gold rush days. The romantic days of the well recalled at The Longhorn Ranch on Highway 66 48 miles east of Albuquerque and 70 miles west of Santa Rosa, New Mexico. A real saloon of the frontier type--with mahogany bar and fixtures from the famous While Elephant Gambling House and Saloon, well known to New Mexicans of the 80's. Adjacent to the bar is the New Mexico Museum of the Old West with a collection of hundreds of priceless articles from pioneer days. Cap.t Bill Elvert says, "Welcome, light an set a bit."



The Valley of the Estancia Ranchettes
Title:
The Valley of the Estancia Ranchettes
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the first houses to go up in the Valley of the Estancia Ranchettes. This model is the $8500 range and the corporation will be happy to assist you when you decide to build.


Mt. Monadnock in Background Behind Bird's-Eye View of Troy
Title:
Mt. Monadnock in Background Behind Bird's-Eye View of Troy
Troy New Mexico (NM), Real Photo PM 1949 Oct-5



SAN FELIPE DE NERI CHURCH
Title:
SAN FELIPE DE NERI CHURCH
Old Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
San Felipe de Neri was built in the early 1700's to serve the spiritual needs of the new Villa of Albuquerque which was founded in 1706 and named for the Duke of Albuquerque and the King of Spain.


Abiquiu Inn & Restaurant
Title:
Abiquiu Inn & Restaurant
Abiquiu New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused



Old Mission Church
Title:
Old Mission Church
Santa Cruz New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1935 Jan-29


Traditional Navajo Weaver
Title:
Traditional Navajo Weaver
Table Mesa New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Surrounded by her sheep, traditional weaver Sarah Natani holds a newborn Navajo-Churro lamb.



Interior of Sarah and Leo Natani's Hogan
Title:
Interior of Sarah and Leo Natani's Hogan
Table Mesa New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
With rugs woven by Sarah. Navajo Nation.


Coronado at Tiguex (1540)
Title:
Coronado at Tiguex (1540)
Bernalillo New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



Frijoles Canyon Lodge
Title:
Frijoles Canyon Lodge
Bandelier National Monument New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
Phone: 672-3655. 44 miles from Santa Fe; 13 miles from Los Alamos, via US 285 & State Hwy. 4. Prehistoric cliff dwelling inhabited over 700 years ago afford scenic and scientific interest. Guided tours through the ruins, hiking trails, camp grounds, fabulous scenery make this a photographers paradise and an exciting trip for everyone. Modern cabins with fireplaces offer unusual and excellent accommodations. Rates are very reasonable. There is a good restaurant - coffee sop and a fine gift shop in the Lodge. Capacity is 65 guests.


View of River and Mountains
Title:
View of River and Mountains
Pecos New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused



Pueblo of San Felipi
Title:
Pueblo of San Felipi
San Felipi New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1912 Sep-6

Description:
The pueblo lies on the east bend of the Rio Grande, about three miles from Bernalito and may be seen from the car windows en route to Albuquerque. The population is about 600. The church is one of the sights of the pueblo having two towers and a large yard, the whole being enclosed with a high arched adobe wall. There is also the ever present Estufa or sacred meeting place where the chiefs congregate at times. The pueblo Indian while maintaining the mission churches still preserve may of the tribal customs.


Pueblo Women Baking Bread
Title:
Pueblo Women Baking Bread
New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
These curious, conical-shaped, outdoor ovens used in the Southwest by the Indians and many of the Mexicans were probably borrowed from the Spaniards. They are built of brush, plastered over inside and out with thick coatings of adobe mud, and last, with the constant repairs made on them, almost indefinitely. They are built outdoors for several reasons, the main one being to do away with the heat resulting during the warm weather.



Indian Dancers at Aloma
Title:
Indian Dancers at Aloma
The Sky City New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused

Description:
Frasher's


Regimental Colors, Military Encampment
Title:
Regimental Colors, Military Encampment
Camp Cody New Mexico (NM), Linen



Apache Summit Lodge
Title:
Apache Summit Lodge
Mescalero New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
Located on Highway 70, eight miles east of Mescalero, in the Mescalero Reservation. Apache Summit is an Enterprise of the Mascelero Apache Tribe. Luxury type Motel, 24 hour Restaurant Service, famed from Coast to Coast for Fine Foods! Dexter Press, Inc.


Interior of a Kiva
Title:
Interior of a Kiva
Aztec New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused



Ceremonial Dancer, Tesoque Pueblo Indian
Title:
Ceremonial Dancer, Tesoque Pueblo Indian
New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


Geronimo Surrender Monument
Title:
Geronimo Surrender Monument
Skeleton Canyon New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused

Description:
1886. On Hwy 80 50 miles west of Lordsburg.



Oat Crop
Title:
Oat Crop
French New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


Illini Court
Title:
Illini Court
Texico New Mexico (NM), Linen

Description:
On Junction US Hwys. 60-70-84 (Farwell, Texas).



Powerful Telescopes on Sandia Crest
Title:
Powerful Telescopes on Sandia Crest
Sandia Crest New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
John E. Floodberg From an altitude of 10,678 feet a multitude of viewing thrills await the visitor to binoculars of Sandia Crest. A particular and rare thrill is to view a jet airplane flying at 3,000 feet, yet is seen 3,000 feet below the viewer.


Sands Motel
Title:
Sands Motel
Vaughn New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM Jan-9



Horse-Drawn Streetcar
Title:
Horse-Drawn Streetcar
Old Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
The only horse-drawn streetcar in America rolls around the plaza in Old Albuquerque. Originally built to run from the plaza to the new railroad in the early 1890's, the car has been restored and is now a famous conveyance in the Old Town Historical Zone. The Church in the background is St. Felipe de Neri built in 1706 from adobe blocks. Regular services are still held here. Tichnor Bros. Inc.


Casa Blanca
Title:
Casa Blanca
Logan New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
A landmark in NE New Mexico; on Highway 54-39-18, at the Canadian River; Cattle, cowboy and the gateway to Indian country; architecturally interesting as well as excellent tourist accommodations.



Navajo Timber Products Plant
Title:
Navajo Timber Products Plant
Navajo New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Older than Declaration of Independence
Title:
Older than Declaration of Independence
Picuris New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Bob Petley Picuris Pueblo's third mission church, built in early 1770's, still rings bell given by King Philip V of Spain in 1710. First Picuris church, built in 1631, was burned by Indians in 1680 Rebellion, before they besieged Santa Fe, New Mexico



Ruidoso Downs
Title:
Ruidoso Downs
Ruidoso Downs New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the world's richest horse race. All American Futurity $600,000. Ruidoso Downs is one of the world's truly unique race tracks. Its story has often been called one of the greatest success stories in the world of sports. Cradled in the rich Ruidoso Valley, 6500 feet high in New Mexico's beautiful Sacrament Mountains, Ruidoso Downs is a magnetic mountain playground to the Great Southwest.


Eddy County Court House
Title:
Eddy County Court House
Carlesbad New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The Court House, at the County Seat of Carlsbad, NM, is one of Spanish-Pueblo design and is believed to be the only type of structure of its kind in the United States. Cattle brands of the Carlsbad Southwest are reproduced at entrances to the building. Curt Teich & Co.



Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Alamogardo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


View in Park
Title:
View in Park
Alomogordo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1909 Sep-6



A Cactus in the Foothills
Title:
A Cactus in the Foothills
Amistad New Mexico (NM), Real Photo PM 1909 Jun-26


Aerial View of Valley Ranch
Title:
Aerial View of Valley Ranch
Pecos New Mexico (NM), Real Photo PM 1940 Jun-22



Southern New Mexico as Seen From Highway
Title:
Southern New Mexico as Seen From Highway
New Mexico (NM), Real Photo PM 1940 Nov-23

Description:
As seen from Highways no. 70 and 80.


White Sands, New Mexico
Title:
White Sands, New Mexico
White Sands New Mexico (NM), Real Photo



Trees at Echo Rock
Title:
Trees at Echo Rock
New Mexico (NM), Real Photo


Mora River, Near Valmora Sanatorium
Title:
Mora River, Near Valmora Sanatorium
Valmora New Mexico (NM), White Border unused



Dining Hall, Valmora Sanatorium
Title:
Dining Hall, Valmora Sanatorium
Valmora New Mexico (NM), White Border


Hospital, Valmora Sanatorium
Title:
Hospital, Valmora Sanatorium
Valmora New Mexico (NM), White Border



Valmora Sanatorium and Grounds
Title:
Valmora Sanatorium and Grounds
Valmora New Mexico (NM), White Border unused


Bel-Air Motel
Title:
Bel-Air Motel
East Vaughn New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Highways 60, 54 and 285. 19 units, new, modern, tie baths, tub and shower combinations, refrigerated air conditioning, wall-to-wall carpeting. Your AAA and Best Western motel. Phone Victor 5-2982.



Indian Pueblo
Title:
Indian Pueblo
Zuni New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 May-31


Port of Entry
Title:
Port of Entry
Columbus New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
This scene shows State Highway 11 at the International Border (U.S.-Mexico) entering New Mexico. The Port of Entry is 3 miles south of Columbus, N. M.. Columbus is famous as the only U.S. city invaded by foreign forces (by Pancho Villa in 1916).



Ford Motel
Title:
Ford Motel
Glenwood New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
FORD MOTEL oN u.s. Hgwy. #180 Glenwood, New Mexico The Johnson's - Owners This air-conditioned motel that is neat, well-kept and has a friendly atmosphere will make your stay a memorable one. Attractive rooms - showers - thermostatically controlled vented heat - reasonable rates.


Western Motel
Title:
Western Motel
Vaughn New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Embudo Presbyterian Hospital
Title:
Embudo Presbyterian Hospital
Embudo New Mexico (NM), Chrome


Cliff Dweller's Ruins
Title:
Cliff Dweller's Ruins
Espanola New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



Old Indian Church
Title:
Old Indian Church
San Jose New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1932 Sep-13


Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post
Title:
Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post
New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1960 Oct-25

Description:
In the center of the Santo Domingo Indian Reservation, halfway between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico on Hiway 85 is one of the real, old time, trading posts. Thoroughly genuine in every respect, the nearby Indians still bring their jewelry, corn, wheat, chili peppers and beautiful beadwork to exchange at the Trading Post for food, clothing, and other essentials of life. Thousands of visitors from all over the world buy genuine Indian articles and thoroughly enjoy their visit to the old Trading Post throughout the year.



Pueblo of San Felipi, N.M.
Title:
Pueblo of San Felipi, N.M.
San Filipi New Mexico (NM), Divided Back

Description:
The pueblo lies on the east bank of the Rio Grande, about three miles from Bernalillo, and may be seen from the car windows en route to Albuquerque.


Kit Carson Museum
Title:
Kit Carson Museum
Rayado New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Located seven miles south of Philmont headquarters at Rayado is the Kit Carson Museum where staff in historic costume portray life in New Mexico in the 1850's



Ute Park Trading Post
Title:
Ute Park Trading Post
Ute Park New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused


White Mountain
Title:
White Mountain
New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused



The Kind of Sports
Title:
The Kind of Sports
Sunland Park New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Sunland Park is the realization of the Sunland area's dream of a top visitors' attraction north of the border. Nearly $4 million has been invested to make this the finest racing plant of its size in America. The full mile track of ultra-modern design, and over one million dollars in purses, attracts leading racing stables and a high caliber of thoroughbreds and quarter horses from all sections of the country


Thunderbirds
Title:
Thunderbirds
Holloman Air Force Base New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
The Air Force Missile Development Center, Holloman Air Force Base is located just a few miles from Alamogordo. The Thunderbirds originated at this base while stationed here. In addition to its own work, the center is also a supporting base for activities at White Sands Missile Range Army, Navy, Air Force and NASA projects



Bowlin's Running Indian Curio Stores
Title:
Bowlin's Running Indian Curio Stores
Fairacres New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Serving New Mexico and the Southwest. Indian traders since 1912. For the finest in authentic Indian rugs, crafts, jewelry, pottery & thousands of gift and curio items for the entire family, stop at the sign of the Running Indian and buy with confidence. Trading Post at NY World's Fair 1964-65


Administration Building, White Sands National Monument
Title:
Administration Building, White Sands National Monument
New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused

Description:
Series 6-T-32



Greetings from New Mexico, Land of Enchantment
Title:
Greetings from New Mexico, Land of Enchantment
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Here in New Mexico history in America began when the Indians of prehistoric times left their records in stone, in their artifacts and in their great communal dwellings, ruins of which are still well preserved for all to look upon and marvel


Post Office Building
Title:
Post Office Building
Alamogorda New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This building houses the Federal Agencies for the County and is headquarters for the Lincoln National Forest Service. Built in 1939 at an estimated cost of $90,000 this building houses the Fresco Painted Murals of New Mexico's famous artist, Peter Hurd. The murals are on the inside portico walls



United States Post Office
Title:
United States Post Office
Alamogardo New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Valencia County Court House, Constructed 1960
Title:
Valencia County Court House, Constructed 1960
Las Lunas New Mexico (NM), Chrome



Downtown Los Cruces
Title:
Downtown Los Cruces
Los Cruces New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This city is the seat of Dana Ana County. It became known as the City of Crosses when a caravan was attacked and destroyed by Indians where the city now stands. A freight party from Dana Ana found the bodies and buried them erecting crosses Koppel


Yucca Motel
Title:
Yucca Motel
Logan New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
U.S. Highway 54, State Highways 39 & 18



Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post
Title:
Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post
New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1967

Description:
Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post In the center of the Santo Domingo Indian Reservation, halfway between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico on Hiway 85 is one of the real, old time, trading posts. Thoroughly genuine in every respect, the nearby Indians still bring their jewelry, corn, wheat, chili peppers, and beautiful beadwork to exchange at the Trading Post for food, clothing, and other essentials of life. Thousands of visitors from all over the world buy genuine Indian articles and thoroughly enjoy their visit to the old Trading Post throughout the year


Caballo Lake State Park
Title:
Caballo Lake State Park
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Located off US 85, 14 miles south of Truth or Consequences. These waters impounded by the Caballo Dam on the Rio Grande River form a lake covering 6,734 acres. The lake is open all year for swimming, boating, and fishing; come, stay awhile and get wet



Aerial View of Coronado's Ruins
Title:
Aerial View of Coronado's Ruins
Sandoval New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Dick Kent Now a state monument it is on State Hiway 44 west of the Rio Grande River and Bernalillo. Just a short drive from Albuquerque or Santa Fe. It was at this site that Coronado's expedition spent their time in New Mexico, 1540-1542


Come - Be Enchanted
Title:
Come - Be Enchanted
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Welcome to New Mexico, "Land of Enchantment" This is your ticket to a fascinating new world of scenic and historic things to seek, of active and relaxing things to do. Come see world famous Carlsbad National Park; 9 national monuments; White Sands; Gila cliff dwellings; El Morro; Aztec ruins; 4 Indian reservations; Navajo; Jicarilla Apache; Ute Mountain; Mescalero Apache; 18 Indian pueblos; Acoma; Jemez; Santa Domingo; Taos; Zuni; 9 state monuments; Gran Quivira; La Mesilla; Lincoln; palace of governors; 11 state parks; bottomless lakes; city of rocks; Kit Carson; Conchas Dam; scenery unlimited; hospitality unlimited



Post Office
Title:
Post Office
Alamagordo New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This modern post office was constructed recently to better serve this growing community. Alamorgordo is the center of a vast tourist industry: east-west highway; mountain resort areas; White Sands; Carlsbad Caverns; and Mexico "South of the Border", close by. This also serves the Missile Complex of Holloman AFB, Air Force Missile Development Center and White Sands Missile Range


Clines Corners Restaurant & Gift Shop
Title:
Clines Corners Restaurant & Gift Shop
Clines Corners New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused



Port of Entry
Title:
Port of Entry
Columbus New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
This scene shows State Highway 11 at the International Border (U.S.-Mexico) entering New Mexico. The Port of Entry is 3 miles South of Columbus, N. M. Columbus is famous as the only U.S. City invaded by foreign forces (by Pancho Villa in 1916)


Smelter Smokestack
Title:
Smelter Smokestack
Hurley New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
Gene Aiken This smelter of Chino Mine Division of the Kennecott Copper Company is the site of the concentration mill for the Santa Rita "Open Pit" mine. This view shows famous towering smokestack which can be seen for miles around. Ore cars at end of street make up a whole train ready for smelter. The town of Hurley is directly connected by railroad with Santa Rita. Formerly a Company Village it is now a community with all business facilities



Maria and Popovi Da
Title:
Maria and Popovi Da
San Ildefenso Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused


Restaurant and Service Station
Title:
Restaurant and Service Station
Clines Corners New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
60 miles east of Albuquerque



Pueblo of Agoma and Mesa Encantada, N. M
Title:
Pueblo of Agoma and Mesa Encantada, N. M
Encantada New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


White Sands Missile Range
Title:
White Sands Missile Range
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Missile Park New Mexico Missile Park in front of Headquarters Building with Organ Mountains in the background. The range is the free world's largest overland missile range and covers 4,000 square miles. Rocket and guided missile tests are conducted here for the Army, Navy, Air Force and NASA



Pueblo of San Felipe
Title:
Pueblo of San Felipe
Bernalillo New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Volcanic Cone and Lava Bed, New Mexico - on the Santa Fe
Title:
Volcanic Cone and Lava Bed, New Mexico - on the Santa Fe
New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
On the Santa Fe Lava beds and their volcanic cones lie on either hand thru a part of New Mexico. The craters are all extinct long ago, although at time, owing to their peculiar colorings, the eruptions appear to be of comparatively recent occurrence. The lava beds are best seen between McCartys and Grant, New Mexico



The Plaza
Title:
The Plaza
Mesillo New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
The plaza is the site of the signing of the Godsden Purchase treaty in 1853. The Mexican Flag is crossed with the Stars and Stripes on the band stand in the center of the plaza. St. Albino Catholic Church is in the background


Walker Air Force Base Chapel
Title:
Walker Air Force Base Chapel
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Base Chapel Walker Air Force Base, New Mexico This beautiful, permanent, modern structure serves the spiritual needs of men stationed here. It is Non-Denominational and serves all faiths



Red Buttes, on the Continental Divide
Title:
Red Buttes, on the Continental Divide
Wingate New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Red Buttes are located near the top of the Continental Divide, and extend for many miles on both sides of the Divide. One of the most interesting things in connection with these Buttes is the fact that the top of them was at one time the bottom of the sea, oyster shells in large quantities have been found there. A short distance from where this view was made is Fort Wingate, which was built in the early times when the Navahos were on the warpath. Thomas Moran, the artist, says that these cliffs always remind him of fairy land


On "The Indian Detour" East of
Title:
On "The Indian Detour" East of
Teseque New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
About the picturesque inhabited Indian pueblo of Tesuque, ten miles north of Santa Fe, stretches the rugged, broken floor of the Rio Grande Valley, with the Sangre de Cristo range marking the eastern horizon. Tesuque means "the creek with water in it" and the little Tesuque River, nearby, makes possible the irrigated fields and orchards of the inhabitants



Ford Motel
Title:
Ford Motel
Glenwood New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
on US Hgwy. #180; the Johnson's - owners. This air-conditioned motel that is neat, well-kept and has a friendly atmosphere will make your stay a memorable one. Attractive rooms, showers, thermostatically controlled vented heat, reasonable rates


Aerial View of Town
Title:
Aerial View of Town
Fort Sumner New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Located in eastern New Mexico. The burial place of Billy the Kid is nearby



The Very Large Array Radiotelescope Observatory
Title:
The Very Large Array Radiotelescope Observatory
San Augustin New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
West of Socorro and Magdalena, New Mexico, on US 60. The Very Large Array, a 27-radiotelescope observatory walks among the cattle


Albuquerque Balloon Holiday
Title:
Albuquerque Balloon Holiday
Albuqueque New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
L.O. Candelaria Unusual balloons compete for honors at the Balloon Fiesta. It is known as the special shape rodeo, a yearly event which draws thousands of people from all over the country, and foreign countries



Rio Communities Shopping Center
Title:
Rio Communities Shopping Center
Belen New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Located East of town on Highway 47, this new ultra-modern shopping facility serves Belen and a large surrounding area


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Angel Fire New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Ron Behrmann Petley Southwest, Inc



Coronado State Monument
Title:
Coronado State Monument
Bernalillo New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Situated on the banks of the Rio Grande with the Sandia Mountains in the background; the site of the ruins of the pueblo of Kuaua. Originally settled around 1300 A.D. the ruin contains about 1200 ground-level rooms in typical pueblo pattern with underground kivas


White Sands National Monument
Title:
White Sands National Monument
White Sands New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Includes part of the largest of rare gypsum desserts, the White sands in New Mexico's Tulatese Basin. Deposits of snow-white glistening sands, actually wind-blown gypsum, form huge dunes from 10 to 80 feet high



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

Description:
Elevation 10,678 ft. From this spectacular viewpoint, the highest in the region, you can see ten thousand square miles of "The Land of Enchantment" and distant peaks from seventy to two hundred miles away are plainly visible


Taos Creek in Taos Pueblo
Title:
Taos Creek in Taos Pueblo
Taos Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
John E. Floodberg This creek runs through the center of the pueblo, separating it into north and south sides. It is fed by the melting mountain snows, mostly. It has never run dry and serves continually the needs of the pueblo Petley Studios



North Wall Ruins at Frijoles Canyon
Title:
North Wall Ruins at Frijoles Canyon
Frijoles Canyon New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
North Wall Ruins Frijoles Canyon, NM These ancient ruins extend about two miles along Frijoles Canyon. The houses were built against the perpendicular wall. The large caves were excavations made for back rooms of the houses the round holes being carved out for poles for roofs and ceilings--in some instances parts of the vigas remain


Cattle Guard and Main Gate
Title:
Cattle Guard and Main Gate
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
New Mexico remains the land of large operating as well as dude ranches. Cattle guard and main gate are shown here while the building and corrals are often several miles in the distance



Palacio Federal Monterrey
Title:
Palacio Federal Monterrey
N.L New Mexico (NM), Real Photo

Description:
W.W.Lopez, Foto


Toltec Gorge
Title:
Toltec Gorge
Los Pinos New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused



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

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


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

Description:
New Mexico--fourth largest state, has an area of 122,634 sq. m., of which 131 sq. m. is water; admitted into the Union in 1912. State flower--Yucca. Capital--Santa Fe. Mineral resources: copper, zinc, lead, silver, gold, coal and petroleum. National forest land, 9,915,383 acres. Numerous historic and scenic attractions: Carlsbad Caverns, ancient cliff dwellings, Aztec Ruins containing 500 rooms, canyons, high mountains, and many others



Natural Mineral Hot Springs
Title:
Natural Mineral Hot Springs
Coahuila Indian Reservation New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1951 Sep-17

Description:
Eleven health giving minerals are in the 104 degree water at the hot springs. One block from Palm Canyon Drive. Sufferers from rheumatism, arthritis, neuritis, and other ailments are benefitted by the waters


Los Arcos Steak House and Cocktail Lounge
Title:
Los Arcos Steak House and Cocktail Lounge
Truth and Consequences New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1983 May-6

Description:
Los Arcos Steak House offers a view of the modern spanish architecture gaining in popularity throughout the Southwest. Los Arcos is becoming a Famous Name, known for excellent food and service in a pleasantly different atmosphere



Pueblo
Title:
Pueblo
San Felipi New Mexico (NM), Divided Back

Description:
The Pueblo lies on the east bank of the Rio Grande, about three miles from Bernalillo, and may be seen from the car windows en route to Albuquerque. The population is about 600. The church is one of the sights of the pueblo, having two towers and a large yard, the whole being enclosed with a high arched adobe wall. There is also the ever present Estufa or sacred meeting place where the chiefs congregate at times. The pueblo Indian while 'maintaining the mission churchs still preserves many of the tribal customs


White Sands
Title:
White Sands
North Alamogordo New Mexico (NM), Real Photo PM 1931 Apr-24



Ship Rock as Seen from US 666
Title:
Ship Rock as Seen from US 666
Ship Rock New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


Horseback Riding
Title:
Horseback Riding
Lincoln National Forest New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
F.J. Schaaf The vacation land for people who want to escape the heat. They come to the mountains to camp - hike - ride the horses - to cook out over the open campfire - to enjoy nature at her finest. Fond and cherished memories go with all when they leave - soon they return - again and again - to enjoy the scenery in all its beauty



City of Rocks
Title:
City of Rocks
New Mexico (NM), Real Photo


View of Kneeling Nunn
Title:
View of Kneeling Nunn
Santa Rita New Mexico (NM), Real Photo



View Over Elephant Butte Lake
Title:
View Over Elephant Butte Lake
Elephant Butte Lake New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


Aerial View of Coronado's Ruins
Title:
Aerial View of Coronado's Ruins
Coronado State Park New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Now a state monument it is on State Hiway 44 west of the Rio Grande River and Bernalillo. Just a short drive from Albuquerque or Santa Fe. It was at this site that Coronado's expedition spent their time in New Mexico, 1540-1542



On the Shoulder of Mogollon Baldy, Elevation 10,800 Ft
Title:
On the Shoulder of Mogollon Baldy, Elevation 10,800 Ft
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
The Diablo Range is in center of picture and the lower Gila Valley in the background. Many hours from the nearest road in the center of the Gila Wilderness Area--accessible from Gila Hotsprings, New Mexico and Glenwood, New Mexico


Continental Divide Trading Post
Title:
Continental Divide Trading Post
Gage New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



Old San Miguel Mission
Title:
Old San Miguel Mission
Socorrow New Mexico (NM), Linen

Description:
The Old Mission at Socorro, NM has much historic legend and tradition from the offer of one million dollars reward for the return of the solid silver Communion rail of the original church built in 1626 - and thought to have been buried during the Indian Rebellion of 1680. And, in addition to being a religious edifice, all deeds to land in Socorro read: "Del centro de la iglesia", (from the center of the church). Built originally as Nuestra Senora de Socorro by Friar A. Benevides in 1626. One of the oldest churches on the North American Continent and the second oldest mission in New Mexico


Mesa Escantada
Title:
Mesa Escantada
Mesa Encantada New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The legend or tradition is that many centuries ago the people of what is now Acoma dwelt upon the summit of this Mesa, to which a single trail led. A large portion of the face of the cliff which gave this solitary footing was undermined by inundation and erosion, and fell, when everyone except a few old and sick women were at work in the fields below. After that catastrophe the present site was built upon and the mesa in time came to be regarded as "encantada" or as we would say, haunted



Mt. Taylor, As Seen Between McCarthy's and Grant's New Mexico
Title:
Mt. Taylor, As Seen Between McCarthy's and Grant's New Mexico
New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
After painting by Miss Mary Leeds Fulton. Mt. Taylor is the summit peak of the volcanic group known as the San Mateo Mountains. It has an altitude of 11389 feet. The mountains are known as the Sacred Mountains of New Mexico, the same as the San Francisco Mountains are known as the Sacred Mountains of Arizona. The view of them is best seen between the stations of McCarty's and Grant's, New Mexico. They lie some distance north of the tracks, yet the view seen is one of grandeur. On the north side of the mountain there is a small spring sacred to the Indians


View of Town and Mountains
Title:
View of Town and Mountains
Eagle Nest New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Lou Candelaria Located on scenic Highway 64 between Taos and Raton in northern New Mexico. Surrounded by nature's beauty; Wheeler Peak to the West, Cimarron Canyon with its majestic Palisades to the East



Pueblo of San Felipe
Title:
Pueblo of San Felipe
San Felipe New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
the Pueblo of San Felipe lies on the east bank of the Rio Grande, about three miles from Bernalillo, and may be seen from the car windows en route to Albuquerque. The population is about 600. The church is one of the sights of the pueblo, having two towers and a large yard, the whole being enclosed with a high arched adobe wall. The Pueblo Indians, while maintaining the mission churches, still preserve many of the tribal customs


Elephant Butte Lake
Title:
Elephant Butte Lake
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The bathing beach and fishermen's wharf with the Elephant Butte rising out of the middle of the lake. This artificial body of water is caused by the flow of the Rio Grande impounded behind the immense Dam at Elephant Butte



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Chama New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Koppel


City of Rocks State Park
Title:
City of Rocks State Park
Hurley New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
J.J. Schnaf The City of Rocks is a mass of unique geological rock formations which creates the illusion of a metropolitan skyline. It contains forty acres of amazing rock forms which are massive and weirdly shaped and strew about in grotesque manner. This section of New Mexico is a rock hunters paradise. A former Indian campsite it is now favored by photographers - cactus fans - sweethearts - children and picnickers out to have fun



Four Corners Monument
Title:
Four Corners Monument
Teec Nos Pos New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
Located near the new Navajo Trail Highway. This monument marks the only point in the US common to four states, Utah, Colorado, New Mexico, and Arizona


Two Monks - Sphinx; "City of Rocks" State Park
Title:
Two Monks - Sphinx; "City of Rocks" State Park
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
The "City of Rocks" is a mass of unique geological rock formations which creates the illusion of a metropolitan skyline. It contains forty acres of amazing rock forms which are massive and weirdly shaped and strew about in grotesque manner. This section of New Mexico is a rock hunters paradise. A former Indian campsite it is now favored by photographers - cactus fans - sweethearts - children and picnickers out to have fun



The Koshare in the Corn Dance
Title:
The Koshare in the Corn Dance
Santo Domingo Indian Pueblo New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
According to the ancient legend, when the Indians first came to this country, they were almost overcome by hunger and thirst. The Gods, in order to make them forget their privation, painted one of their number white and decorated him most fatastically, and then caused him to dance and cut up capers before the exhausted people, who, on seeing home broke into laughter and once more took courage. This man they called Koshare (ie. Dancing-Man, or as Bandolier calls him, Delight-Maker). The Koshare of the present day are an Indian secret society and have since pre-historic times been very influential. During certain Indian dances, they paint up as the first Koshare did long ago, to the great delight of the Indians present


Visitors attending great religious festival
Title:
Visitors attending great religious festival
Taos Pueblo New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
The great religious festival of Taos is held annually on September 30th. It is one of the best known in New Mexico and is largely attended by white visitors, added to these are thousands of Mexicana, and Pueblo Indians. As part of the festival, there is usually a spirited foot race between the Indians of the North and South, the losing party paying the dues of the Pueblo and the priest for the ensuing year



Looking down the valley
Title:
Looking down the valley
Upper Pecos Valley New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Situated about 25 miles from Santa Fe, may be found, in the upper valley of the Pecos River, some of earth's most beautiful bits of scenery. Unlike any other locality, the landscapes here have the vagueness, the mystery of the desert, but with out its barreness, for the land, plentifully watered yields wonderful crops, where it is cultivated, and where it is in a wild state, there is a wealth of undergrowth and wild flowers. Altho little known as yet by Easterners, "the Pecos" is a favorite summer resort of residents of the Southwestern states


Kiva of the ancient cliff dwellers in Ceremonial Cave
Title:
Kiva of the ancient cliff dwellers in Ceremonial Cave
Rito de los Frijoles Canyon New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
The Kiva or Estufa is a circular underground chamber from ten to forty odd feet in diameter, roofed with large vigas or timbers and covered with saplings and earth. Entrance is gained thru the hatch i the roof by means of a long ladder. An altar, fireplace, sipapu, flue or draft and various niches are essential features of the interior arrangement. The kiva is the ceremonial center of all Indian life and in this underground chamber all important councils are held, and ceremonies and dances begin and end



Pueblo Indan Estufa or Kivi
Title:
Pueblo Indan Estufa or Kivi
New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Pueblo Indian Estufa or Kiva, New Mexico. A large circular external wall, (turret like) with closed in roof. Access being only by descending a ladder through a hole in the roof. Of the mysteries that take place here practically nothing is known for in spite of the fact that the Indians of New Mexico and Arizona are nominally Catholic they are intensely conservative regarding their ancient religious rites


Typical Pueblo Indian Dwelling
Title:
Typical Pueblo Indian Dwelling
New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
The Indian Pueblos of New Mexico are picturesque anywhere and always. Here is his Home, his meat is drying from the roof, the kindling wood and bake oven at the front door, the cowhide stretching upon the ground, and sheep skin drying in a rack. The meat he eats, the skins he trades, he therefore asks no aid from Washington



Navaho Church
Title:
Navaho Church
Fort Wingate New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
After painting by Miss Mary Leeds Fulton. Wingate lies at an altitude of 6736 feet, and is just west of the Continental Divide. Near Wingate stands the curious cathedral shaped rock which is called the Navaho Church in recognition of its suggestive appearance. Wingate is a point of departure for the Pueblo of Zuni, which lies about forty miles to the south. Fort Wingate also lies within sight upon the south


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

Description:
The Indian pueblo of San Felipe is about twenty-nine miles east of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Antiquity and mystery surround its old Spanish church, built by a generation centuries gone. Some of the first endeavors of the brave wandering pioneer priests to snatch the savages from barbarism and teach them the uses of husbandry and nobility of toil took place here, close to the Rio Grande River, upon whose banks San Felipe is situated



The Old Church
Title:
The Old Church
Cochiti New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Pueblo of Cochiti, ten miles north of Domingo, New Mexico, on the main line of the Santa Fe, was found by Onate in 1598 and was the seat of the Spanish Mission of San Buenaventura in 1680. The church is still standing. In spite of the fact that the Cochiti are nominally Catholics, they are intensely conservative and still preserve their ancient religious rites


The Church
Title:
The Church
Leguna New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Laguna is 66 miles west of Albuquerque and has a population of about 1200. It is the youngest of the New Mexican Pueblos, its population being originally recruited from Acoma, Zuni and Cochiti in 1699. It is a point of departure for the pueblo of Acoma which lies fourteen miles distant on the south



Outside the White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico
Title:
Outside the White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico
White Sands New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Main Entrance White Sands Missile Range New Mexico


The Sky City
Title:
The Sky City
Acoma Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Built atop a great sandstone rock, almost 400 feet high, Acoma has been occupied since 1075. In the distance is the famous landmark, Enchanted Mesa



Aerial view of Old Mesilla
Title:
Aerial view of Old Mesilla
Old Mesilla New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Dick Kent Aerial view of this small settlement, located near Los Cruces. The first settlers came by wagon train in 1847, fought the enemy Apache, and began farming. The Indian-plagued Butterfield stages stopped in Mesilla, a lawless town of the Old West Plastichrome


Pueblo Women making bread
Title:
Pueblo Women making bread
New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
These curious, conical-shaped, outdoor ovens used in the Southwest by the Indians and many of the Mexicans were probably borrowed from the Spaniards. They are built of brush, plastered over inside and out with thick coatings of adobe mud, and last with the constant repairs made on them almost indefinitely. They are built outdoors for several reasons, the main one being to do away with the heat resulting during the warm weather. The Pueblo Indians of New Mexico are a very conservative people. They are absolutely self-supporting, and are citizens of the of the United States



Indian Church near Albuquerque, New Mexico
Title:
Indian Church near Albuquerque, New Mexico
Sandia Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Sandia is a small pueblo occupying a gentle rise from the bottom lands on the west bank of the Rio Grande. It may be easily seen as the train approaches the small station of Alameda, a short distance above Albuquerque. It is also easily reached by stage from Albuquerque. The population is about 150. The church is comparatively modern


Indian Church at The Pueblo
Title:
Indian Church at The Pueblo
Jemez New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
There are some twenty inhabited Pueblo villages in New Mexico, comprising five tribal stocks, each of which possesses a distinct language: Queres, Tiquas, Tewas, Zunis and Jemez. Each Pueblo has its saint's day which is observed with the usual ceremonies. At Jemez this date is August 15th. The Pueblo is reached from Albuquerque and has been inhabited since the Spanish Conquest Detroit Publishing Co



Old Indian Church
Title:
Old Indian Church
San Felipe New Mexico (NM), Divided Back

Description:
The Indian pueblo of San Felipe is about twenty-nine miles wast of Albuquerque, New Mexico. Antiquity and mystery surround its old Spanish Church, built by a generation centuries gone by. Some of the first endeavors of the brave wandering pioneer priests to snatch the savages from barbarism and teach them the uses of husbandry and nobility of toil took place here, close to the Rio Grande River, upon whose banks San Felipe is situated


Mesa Encantada - The Enchanted Mesa
Title:
Mesa Encantada - The Enchanted Mesa
Near Laguna New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The name Mesa Encantada arises from an old legend or tradition. Centuries ago the people of what is now Acoma dwelt upon the summit of the Mesa, to which a single trail led. A part of the cliff over which the trail led was undermined thru erosion and fell when every one except a few old and sick women were at work in the fields below. After that the present site was built upon, and the mesa in time came to be regarded as "encantada" or as we would say haunted



A Proud Navaho Mother
Title:
A Proud Navaho Mother
New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
It is evident that this proud Navajo Mother is thinking of the time when her son whom she is exhibiting herewith to the camera will be as expert a silversmith as is his father. The art of Indian handcraft is handed down from generation to generation, the son of a good silversmith is early taught the silversmith art, the daughter of a good blanket weaver at an early age is put to the work of helping to make blankets and thus are the arts perpetuated and kept pure


Joy Court & Service Station
Title:
Joy Court & Service Station
East Vaughn New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
You're a stranger here but once "If you stop - you stay". On Routes 54 -60 -285. Modern and attractively furnished. Wall-to-wall carpet, Thermostat controlled ehating. Tub or shower baths. Attached garages. Radios in every room. Telephone 39



Crater Lake Lodge
Title:
Crater Lake Lodge
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Elevation 8500 ft. Philmont Scout Ranch - Hikers & Cavalcades drop downhill rapidly to this camp from Rayado Camp - Native trout abound in the icy mountain streams - deer, wild turkey, small brown bears, doves, quail, rabbits and many other wild animals are seen in this mountainous country


The beautiful Villa Philmonte
Title:
The beautiful Villa Philmonte
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
The beautiful Villa Philmonte--former home of Mr. Waite Phillips. The buildings to the right of the rotunda were built by The Boy Scouts of America--as an adult training center. Mr. Phillips donated 127,000 acres--and, as an endowment, the 23 story Philtower Building in Tulsa, Oklahoma to the Boy Scouts of America Dexter



Camp Davis
Title:
Camp Davis
Rociada New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1954 Jul-16

Description:
Located 31 miles N.W. of Las Vegas. Elevation 8300 ft. Recreational camp for boys and girls. Owned and operated by Mr. and Mrs. J. Mule Davis. Ektachrome by Rex Studio & Color Lab


Apache Canyon in Glorietta Mountains
Title:
Apache Canyon in Glorietta Mountains
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
After leaving Las Vegas, the railroad winds over slopes to the commanding height of Glorietta Pass (Alt. 7,422 ft.) The downward ride is through Apache Canyon, where, in 1849 noted battles were fought between Kearney's army and the Mexicans, and in 1862 between Federal and Confederate forces



Yucca Motel
Title:
Yucca Motel
Logan New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
10 New Ultra-Modern Refrigerated Units, Vented Heat, Wall-to-Wall Carpeting, Tile Tub & Shower Baths, Radios Available, Mr. & Mrs. A. D. Schellenberg, owners & operators


Yucca Motel
Title:
Yucca Motel
Logan New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
10 New Ultra-Modern Refrigerated Units, vented Heat, Wall-to-Wall Carpeting, Tile Tub & Shower Baths, Radios Available



West Las Cruces
Title:
West Las Cruces
West Las Cruces New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Highway 70 & 80. Fine Cafes, motels, Service Station and all needs of tourist


Bownin's Running Indian
Title:
Bownin's Running Indian
Fairacres New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Bowlin's Famous Running Indian Curio Stores Serving New Mexico & the Southwest Indian Traders since 1912 For the finest in authentic Indian rugs, crafts, jewelry, pottery & thousands of gift and curio items for the entire family, stop at the sign of the Running Indian and buy with confidence. Trading Post at N.Y. World's Fair 1964-65 Main office: P.O. Box 156, Fairacres, New Mexico 88033 Dexter Press, Inc



Capulin with Capulin Mountain in Background
Title:
Capulin with Capulin Mountain in Background
Capulin New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
29 miles east of Raton, New Mexicon. Capulin Mountain in background on Highway 87 and 64 leading into the land of enchantment


Indian Mission Church
Title:
Indian Mission Church
Manuelito New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Indian Mission Church on U.S. Highway Route 66 in Manuelito, New Mexico. 10 miles west of Gallup, near the Arizona State Line



Town House Motel
Title:
Town House Motel
Tucumari New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
On U.S. Highway Route 66... 6 Blocks from Highway 54 TUCUMARI, NEW MEXICO Offers accommodations & comfort found only in the finer motels... Swimming Pool... T.V... Phones... Central Heating & Refrigerated Air. Mr. & Mrs. HOward & Mr. & Mrs. Robert Barnard, Owners Mr. & Mrs. David D. Duval, Managers Telephone 461-2521


Continental Divide Historic Marker
Title:
Continental Divide Historic Marker
Continental Divide New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
On U.S. Highway Route 66 at Continental Divide, New Mexico



Bowlin's Running Indian
Title:
Bowlin's Running Indian
New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1968

Description:
Bowlin's Famous Running Indian Curio Stores. Serving New Mexico & The Southwest. Indian Traders Since 1912. For the finest in authentic Indian Rugs, Crafts, Jewelry, Pottery & thousands of Gift and Curio Items for the entire family, stop at the sign of the Running Indian and buy with confidence. Trading Post at NY World's Fair 1964-65


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

Description:
Nickname-Sunshine State 1940 Population-531,818 Area in Sq. Miles-122,634 Entered the Union-Jan. 6, 1912



Home of the Cliff Dwellers
Title:
Home of the Cliff Dwellers
Santa Clara New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Homes of the cliff dwellers, near the Pueblo of Santa Clara, New Mexico. Here in New Mexico are monuments of an ancient people; mute evidence of a race of long ago. These mysterious cliff dwellings, like swallows' nests, mark the faces of the canyon walls for hundreds of miles in Northern New Mexico and in Arizona. The tradition is that the Pueblo Indians came from the north, being driven inch by inch by a fierce foe. At last they reached the plateau of New Mexico, and built permanent fortress homes. With the advent of the Spaniards in 1540 these cliff dwellings even then were the subject of traditions centuries old


One of the first houses to go up in The Valley of the Estancia Ranchettes
Title:
One of the first houses to go up in The Valley of the Estancia Ranchettes
Valley of the Estancia Ranchettes New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
One of the first houses to go up in The Valley of the Estancia Ranchettes. This model is in the $8500 range and the Corporation will be happy to assist you when you decide to build



Navajo Women in Native Gard
Title:
Navajo Women in Native Gard
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The Navajo women in their brilliant costumes of bright velvet blouse with gay calico or silk skirts may be seen either in town or on the reservation. Their many gorgeous necklaces, bracelets, rings and belts of hammered silver and turquoise often represents the family fortune Southwest Post Card Co


The Only Texas Longhorn Steer in the Southwest
Title:
The Only Texas Longhorn Steer in the Southwest
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Shown in the native corral at the New Mexico Museum of the Old West on Highway Route 66. The famous Longhorn Cattle of the Old West are found today only on Govt. Reservations, or in private ownership. The half-wild Longhorn cattle were the only kind known in the early Southwest. These hardy critters are descended from Andulasian cattle brought from Spain by Gregorio Villalobos in 1521 and ranged over the entire plains country until the early 1900s. Today there are only a few of these old Longhorns left and they soon may become extinct. The picturesque animal shown here was purchased from the U.S. Govt. and taken from the Wichita Mt. Wild Life Refuge in Oklahoma. This steer is privately owned by Capt. and Mrs. Bill Ehret of -- the Longhorn Ranch. New Mexico Museum of the Old West, 48 Miles East of Albuquerque and 70 Miles West of Santa Rosa, New Mexico



Indian Pottery Vendors
Title:
Indian Pottery Vendors
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The women of the various Indian Pueblos are all skilled in the making of pottery. They offer their wares for sale at their villages and also at shelters along the highways. This scene at Acoma Pueblo shows Enchanted Mesa at a distance


Greetings - May Only Golden Hours Await You
Title:
Greetings - May Only Golden Hours Await You
Kenna New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1908 Jul-31

Description:
Embossed Floral Greetings Series 121
Greetings from Kenna



Pueblo Of Isleta
Title:
Pueblo Of Isleta
New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Series H-1565 Isleta is the largest o the Rio Grande pueblos, numbering over one thousand inhabitants. It is pleasantly located on the west bank of the Rio Grande, about thirteen miles south of Albuquerque. The houses and streets of the village are well-kept and clean; the houses are a single story high, and as a consequence the pueblo covers a large area


Entrance Gila National Forest
Title:
Entrance Gila National Forest
New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused



Navajo Indian Homes, Northwestern NM
Title:
Navajo Indian Homes, Northwestern NM
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Angel Fire
Title:
Angel Fire
New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Angel Fire is one of the most scenic areas in New Mexico. It features a variety of activities for the whole family. Winter time includes a fantastic ski experience for the sports enthusiast. This area offers the best in dining and relaxation



Armand Hammer United World College
Title:
Armand Hammer United World College
Montezuma New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series NM-1024 The Armand Hammer United World College of The American West for continuing education. A Historic attempt to gather together the outstanding youth of all countries of the world for greater understanding of the "World Picture"


Elephant Butte Dam
Title:
Elephant Butte Dam
New Mexico (NM), Real Photo PM May-03



An Afternoon Call
Title:
An Afternoon Call
Acoma Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM Dec-09


Capulin Mountain National Monument
Title:
Capulin Mountain National Monument
Capulin New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Aerial view of Capulin Mountain located in northeastern New Mexico 32 miles east of Raton. One of the largest and most symmetrical of the geologically recent volcanic cinder cones in the United States. It rises about 1500 feet above the surrounding plains to an elevation of 8182 feet



Ruins Of Tyuonyi
Title:
Ruins Of Tyuonyi
Frijoles Canyon New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
A "close-up" or intimate view of the ground floor arrangement of these remarkable ruins of pueblo type houses which were from one to three stories in height. Entrance was made from the inner court to the top, descending through the roofs into the rooms---affording the greatest protection from the enemy.


View Of The Bull Rink
Title:
View Of The Bull Rink
Juarez New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



The Church Of San Felipe De Neri
Title:
The Church Of San Felipe De Neri
Old Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Originally built by the Franciscans in 1706-7. The old Spanish garrison building adjoins the church and the original adobe walls still stand, though now covered with a brick facing. The building is now used by the Jesuit Priests as their home.


The Church At Pueblo Of Santo Domingo
Title:
The Church At Pueblo Of Santo Domingo
New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
As seen from the train. The soldier and the priest marched side by side in the days of the Spanish conquest, and simultaneously with the occupation of new Mexico mission churches of the Jesuit and Franciscan orders were built. The exact date of the present church is hard to determine as the pueblo has been moved from one side of the Rio grandee river to the other; it has existed, however, since the Spanish conquest. The Santo Domingo Indians profess the catholic religion, though still adhering to many of their tribal religious ceremonies.



The Estufa Corn Dance
Title:
The Estufa Corn Dance
Santo Domingo Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Estufa is the sacred meeting place of each pueblo village, where the men congregate and where all of the sacred rites of their religious ceremonies are held. The Estufa is a circular structure built mostly under ground and entered by a single opening in the roof. The Estufas are now used as places for holding the civil, religious and secret ceremonies of the tribe, but they were originally only the sleeping and lounging places of the men and could not be entered by the women. There are sacred rites, lasting three days, held in the Estufa previous to the Corn Dance.


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

Description:
Whiting Motel are located in Holbrook, Winslow, Flagstaff, Williams, Kingman and Yucca, Arizona Barstow, California and Continental Divide, San Fidel Interchange, West Albuquerque and Santa Rosa in New Mexico, (all on Interstate 40)



The Church Of San Felipe De Neri, The Plaza
Title:
The Church Of San Felipe De Neri, The Plaza
Old Albuquerque New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Originally built by the Franciscans in 1706-7. The old Spanish garrison building adjoins the church and the original adobe walls still stand, though now covered with a brick facing. The building is now used by the Jesuit Priests as their home.


City Hall
Title:
City Hall
Belen New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Belen was first settled by the Spaniards in 1719 and has been "just a little Spanish town" until he last decade, during which time it has gone ahead rapidly and is now a modern town located in the fertile Rio Grande valley and free from severe climatic conditions.



White Sands National Monument
Title:
White Sands National Monument
White Sands New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Here at White Sands, hundreds of acres of pure gypsum forms one of the most spectacular of scenic highlights. Few, if any plants, can exist in this beautiful expanse of lovely white sand. One of the most unusual of picnic grounds in the nation is found in the heart of this fabulous spot. Fifteen Miles South of Alamogordo, New Mexico, and about eighty Miles North of El Paso, Texas, the White Sands are continually growing and encroaching upon the desert at the foot of the San Andres Mts.


St. Josephs Mission
Title:
St. Josephs Mission
Mescalero New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Built as a memorial to men lost in World War I it stands overlooking the reservation. The Apache tribe was feared in the early days because of the notorious Geronimo. The Indians living on this reservation are the Mescalero branch of the Apache people



Old Church At Pueblo Of Isleta
Title:
Old Church At Pueblo Of Isleta
Osleta New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1911 Nov-14

Description:
More than a score of these pueblos are scattered over New Mexico. Isleta lies close to the Santa Fe tracks eleven miles west of Albuquerque. The Pueblo Indian is not curious and of the outer world knows little. Many are housed today in the same structures in which their forefathers were discovered and three and a half centuries of contact with the white man has not materially changed their manner of life. The Indian tribes that roamed over mountain and plain have become wards of the Government; the Pueblo Indian has absolutely maintained his individuality, self-respecting and self-supporting.


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

Description:
The 7,500-foot double chairlift at "Spectacular" Sandia Peak Ski Area. Just 26 Miles from Albuquerque, New Mexico. Skiing from Thanks giving to Easter.



Great Seal of the State of New Mexico
Title:
Great Seal of the State of New Mexico
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
New Mexico was admitted to the Union on Jan. 6,1912. The State Capitol is Santa Fe. The highest point in the State is Truchas Peak at 13,306 ft. and lowest point is 2,876 ft. in Eddy Co., mean elevation is 5,700 ft.


Mission Of Santa Tomas
Title:
Mission Of Santa Tomas
Trampas New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1983

Description:
This structure was built about 1760. the Batistrade was replaced in 1932



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

Description:
Tucumcari derives its name form the Indian name for the nearby mountain. It borders on the great plains which the Spaniards called Llano Estacado (staked plains), stakes and signs being placed to mark the route across this level land in the early days. It is a prosperous little city on Hi-way 66 not far from the Texas line. Stock raising is one of the chief industries and the nearby Conchas Dam will bring 45,000 acres of rich land under cultivation in the near future.


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

Description:
The Discoverer of New Mexico in 1540. The most historic State in the U. S. A. In the year 1846 the province was surrendered to the U. S. A. and remained a territory until 1912, when it was admitted to statehood. Though one of the oldest settlements, it is the youngest state in the Union and the least known. Its wonderful scenery, delightful climate, primitive Indian and Spanish inhabitants and customs, all add to the interest and curiosity of the visitor to this "land of manana."



Conchas Dam And Reservoir
Title:
Conchas Dam And Reservoir
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Located across the South Canadian River, about 1/4 of a mile below its confluence with the Conchas in San Miguel County it is easily reached form Las Vegas or Tucumcari, N. M. When completed the reservoir will have a storage capacity of 800,000 acre feet, and an area of about 25 square miles. The main dam, approximately 230 feet high and 1100 feet long with spillways and wing dams, will have an overall length of about 5 miles.


Old Church
Title:
Old Church
Los Ranchos De Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
OLD CHURCH, LOS RANCHOS DE TAOS, IS ONE OF THE FINEST SPECIMENS STILL STANDING OF THE EARLY NEW MEXICAN ARCHITECHTURE. IT IS MASSIVELY CONSTRUTED OF ADOBE WITH TWO TOWERS IN FRONT, THE UPPER PORTIONS BUILT OF WOOD, AND EACH SURMOUNTED BY A CROSS. THE MAIN BODY MEASURES 108 FEET INSIDE. VIGAS ARE SUSTAINED BY CARVED SUPPORTS IMBEDDED IN THE WALLS, AND MANY VIGAS ARE ALSO CARVED. ACCORDING TO THE BEST KNOWLEDGE THE CHURCH WAS BUILT IN 1772, AND MANY OBJECTS OF GREAT INTEREST REMAINS UNCHANGED.



The Old Church
Title:
The Old Church
Cochiti New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
THE PUEBLO OF COCHITI, TEN MILES NORTH OF DOMINGO, NEW MEXICO, A STATION ON THE MAIN LINE OF THE SANTA FE RAILWAY NEAR ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, WAS FOUND BY ONATE IN 1598 AND WAS THE SEAT OF THE SPANISH MISSION OF SAN BUENAVENTURA WITH 300 INHABITANTS IN 1680. THE CHURCH, HUNDREDS OF YEARS OLD, IS STILL STANDING. IN SPITE OF THE FACT THAT THE COCHITI INHABITANTS ARE NORMALLY CATHOLICS THEY ARE INTENSELY CONSERVATIVE AND STILL PRESERVE THEIR ANCIENT RELIGIOUS RITES.


The Old Church
Title:
The Old Church
San Felipe New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
THE INDIAN PUEBLO OF SAN FELIPE IS ABOUT TWENTY-NINE MILES EAST OF ALBUQUERQUE, NEW MEXICO, BETWEEN THE STATION ALGODONES AND ELOTA AND ON THE WEST SIDE OF THE RAILWAY. THE OLD SPANISH CHURCH CAN BE EASILY SEEN FROM THE CAR WINDOW. ANTIQUITY AND MYSTERY SURROUND THIS OLD CHURCH WHICH WAS BUILT BY A GENERATION CENTURIES GONE.



Methodist Church
Title:
Methodist Church
Aztec New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Indian Mission Church
Title:
Indian Mission Church
Manuelito New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
10 MILES WEST OF GALLUP, NEAR THE aRIZONA STATE LINE.



White Sands Missile Range
Title:
White Sands Missile Range
White Sands Missle Range New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Honest John M31 Missile, designed as Surface to Surface (762MM Rocket) short range artillery weapon. Solid Fuel propelled.


The Ruins Of Puye
Title:
The Ruins Of Puye
Pajarito Park New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Near the Pueblo of Santa Clara, New Mexico. Here are monuments of a race of long ago. Shaped like swallows nests, these mysterious dwellings have marked the faces of the canvon walls for hundreds of years in Northern New Mexico and in Arizona. The tradition is that the pueblo Indians were being driven inch by inch from the north by a fierce foe. Upon reaching the plateau of New Mexico they built permanent fortress homes. With the coming of the Spaniards in 1540, these cliff dwellings were even then subjects of traditions centuries old.



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

Description:
The land of enchantment. This is one of the most scenic States in the Southwest. It became a state in 1912, and has mountains, valleys, plains and desert country. It has great tourist attractions, including Indian Ruins, Indian reservations, Carlsbad Caverns National Park, White Sands National Monument and several other National Monuments. There is good fishing and hunting and the scenic beauty affords a wonderful opportunity for Camera fans.


White Mountains
Title:
White Mountains
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The mountain playground of Southern New Mexico and West Texas. Raising its head 12,003 feet above sea level. Sierra Blanca is the highest peak in Southern New Mexico and is visible for 100 miles.



Century Motel, U. S. Highway 85
Title:
Century Motel, U. S. Highway 85
Truthe or Consequences New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
A new and attractively furnished roomy motel. Air -Conditioned for summer Comfort. Radiant Heat for Winter Warmth. Some completely equipped Kitchen Apartments. Franciscan furniture throughout


Valencla County Court House
Title:
Valencla County Court House
Las Lunas New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Constructed 1960



Pueblo Church At San Lorenzo
Title:
Pueblo Church At San Lorenzo
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Pueblo Church at San Lorenzo located between Santa Fe and Taos in Northern New Mexico


New Mexico The Land Of Enchantment
Title:
New Mexico The Land Of Enchantment
New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
New Mexico is located in he plateau region of the United States, and the southern end of the Rocky Mountains. Rich in Indian history, today the Pueblo Indians still live in about 20 pueblos, scattered from Taos to Isleta. And on the high mesas to the west.



Greetings From Silver City, Silver City
Title:
Greetings From Silver City, Silver City
Santa Rita New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
At the foot of Pinto Altas mountains, It is a shipping point for the Chino Mines and home of New Mexico Western College. The Kneeling Nun is a natural stone formation near Silver City.


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

Description:
Tijuana the most visited city in the world. In one day you can do the following shop for souvenirs from all over Mexico, Play golf at the luxurious Country Club, and visit the Race Track. After a few races, go to the Bullfights. In the evening there is Dog Racing at the Race Track and Jai-Alai at the beautiful Fronton Palacio, Em the evening with a visit to the night clubs where you can dance to exciting Latin Rhythms.



Ole Greetings From Tijuana
Title:
Ole Greetings From Tijuana
Tijuana New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Aztec Ruins National Monument
Title:
Aztec Ruins National Monument
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The Great Kiva or Ceremonial Chamber is the only great Kiva excavated and restored. All excepting 150 of the 500 rooms of the great "E" shaped pueblo have been excavated. Aztec Ruins data from 1110 to 1121 A. D.



Highway U. S. 70
Title:
Highway U. S. 70
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Thru Southern New Mexico


Highway U. S. 70
Title:
Highway U. S. 70
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Thru Southern New Mexico



Highway U. S. 85
Title:
Highway U. S. 85
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Thru New Mexico


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

Description:
Entrance to parking area and museum at Aztec National Monument, near Aztec, N. Mex. Aztec National Monument, and the town of Aztec, M. Mex. Viewed from a distance.



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

Description:
Where History began in America. N. M. - fourth largest state, has an area of 122,634 sq. mi., of which 131 sq. mi. is water; admitted into the Union in 1912. state flower - Yucca. Capital - Santa Fe. Mineral resources; copper, zinc, lead, silver, gold, coal, petroleum and deposits of uranium recently discovered. National forest lands, 9,915,383 acres. Numerous historic and scenic attractions; Carlsbad Caverns, ancient cliff dwellings, canyons, high mountains, and many others - with centuries old Indian Pueblos where life has changed little since they were discovered over 400 years ago.


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

Description:
"Land of enchantment" Here in N. M. history in America began when the Indians of prehistoric times left their records in stone, in their prehistoric times left their records in stone, in their artifacts and in the great communal dwellings, ruins of which are still well preserved for all to look upon and marvel.



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

Description:
Zia Sun symbol . The Sunshine state. The discoverer of New Mexico in 1540. The entrado of Francisco Vasquez De Coronado. The most historic State in the U. S. A. In the year 1846 the province was surrendered to the U. S. A. and remained a territory until 1912, when it was admitted to statehood. through one of the oldest settlements, it is the youngest state in the Union and the least known. Its wonderful scenery, delightful climate, primitive Indian and Spanish inhabitants and coustoms, all add to the interest and curiosity of the visitor to this "land of Manana."


The Enchanted Mesa
Title:
The Enchanted Mesa
Sky City New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Called "Katzimo" by the Acomas (Indian for Enchanted) Standing 430 feet above the windswept plain is this golden brown sandstone pinnacle. The Acoma Indians have a legend that this Mesa was once the home of their ancestors - but the entrance was closed by an earthquake while they were at work in the fields below and they were never able to return to their homes. Even today it is not possible to climb to the top of the Mesa without the aid of mechanical apparatus and only the most experienced climbers should attempt the ascent. "From the Land of Enchantment."



Pueblo Indians Singing
Title:
Pueblo Indians Singing
San Domingo New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
(Part of corn dance ceremony) The dancers are all dressed in gala attire, those in the left and front of the picture are the fun makers. The dancing is a accompanied by drum of tom tom and singing of their tribal songs. These Indians have a number of ceremonial dances during the year of which this is the principal one. They start dancing about 11 a. m. and continue through the afternoon of August 4 of each year.


Palisades
Title:
Palisades
Cimarron Canyon New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused



Sitting Bull Falls
Title:
Sitting Bull Falls
Guadalupe Mountain Range New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This is one of the many waterfalls in New Mexico. It is located in the Guadalupe Mountain Range and there is a cave beneath it. Many Indians camped near this stream and the waterfall was named for the famous old Indian Chief "Sitting Bull".


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

Description:

Nickname: The Sunshine State
1940 Population: 531,818
Area in Square Miles: 122,634
Entered the Union: January 6, 1912



Red River Valley
Title:
Red River Valley
Red River Valley New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Entering the valley by way of Questa on the circle drive from Taos, a Peaceful, pastoral scene unfolds. Some of the old time buildings and miners huts still stand, reminiscent of the days when this was a bustling, frontier mining camp. The spectacular mountain scenery is amongst the finest in the West.


Visitors Attending Great Religious Festival
Title:
Visitors Attending Great Religious Festival
Taos Pueblo New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
The great religious festival of Taos is held annually on September 30th. It is one of the best known in New Mexico and is largely attended by white visitors, Added to these are thousand of Mexicans, and Pueblo Indians. As part of the festival, there is usually a spirited foot race between the Indians of the North and South, the losing party paying the dues of the Pueblo to the priest for ensuing year



Ruins of Tyuonyl
Title:
Ruins of Tyuonyl
Frijoles Canyon New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1948

Description:
A ""Close-up"" or intimate view of the ground floor arrangement of these remarkable ruins of pueblo type houses which were from one to three stories in height. Entrance was made from the inner court to the top, descending through the roofs into the rooms-affording the greatest protection from the enemy


Bird's-Eye View of Magdalena Mountains from Head of Blue Canyon
Title:
Bird's-Eye View of Magdalena Mountains from Head of Blue Canyon
Magdalena New Mexico (NM), Real Photo



Watchmans House, Eagle Nest Dam
Title:
Watchmans House, Eagle Nest Dam
Eagle Nest New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


"City of Rocks"
Title:
"City of Rocks"
Faywood Hot Springs New Mexico (NM), Real Photo



Our main office building
Title:
Our main office building
Mesilla Park New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM Jul-23

Description:
Acknowledgment from the Francis E. Lester Co. Largest retailers of genuine Indian and Mexican handicraft in the world. We have received your kind order of recent date and will give the same our immediate attention. Shipment will be made __________ by _____________. Thanking you for your patronage and confidence and hoping to hear from your further, we are, respectfully yours, The Francis E. Lester Co., Inc


Open Pit Mining
Title:
Open Pit Mining
Santa Rita New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1925



Indian Pueblo
Title:
Indian Pueblo
Jemez New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1932 May-17


Town on Stream
Title:
Town on Stream
New Mexico (NM), Real Photo



Indian Church
Title:
Indian Church
Sandia New Mexico (NM), White Border


Sappelo River Canon
Title:
Sappelo River Canon
Watrous New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1911 Jul-22



The Black Mesa
Title:
The Black Mesa
Santa Clara Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Real Photo


Dirt Road in the Countryside
Title:
Dirt Road in the Countryside
Wagon Mound New Mexico (NM), Real Photo



Mt. Wagon Mound
Title:
Mt. Wagon Mound
Wagon Mound New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1916 Mar-16


Canyon de Chelley on the Navajo Reservation
Title:
Canyon de Chelley on the Navajo Reservation
New Mexico (NM), Divided Back



Starvation Peak on the Las Vegas-Santa Fe Highway
Title:
Starvation Peak on the Las Vegas-Santa Fe Highway
New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


Red River Valley
Title:
Red River Valley
Red River Pass New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused



America's Fastest Growing Track
Title:
America's Fastest Growing Track
Ruidoso Downs New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
"Home of All American Quarter Horse Futurity $130,000.00" On US Highway 70, one mile east of Ruidoso, 68 miles west of Roswell and only two hours from El Paso, Texas. Twelve races daily on weekends and holidays from May 20th through September 11th. Largest purses paid to horsemen of any track in the southwest. Pari mutuel wagering. Horse racing at its finest in the cool mountain pines


On the Ruidoso, White Mountains
Title:
On the Ruidoso, White Mountains
White Mountains New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1908



Episcopal Church, St. Mary's-at-Hill
Title:
Episcopal Church, St. Mary's-at-Hill
Hill New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


A Typical Mexican Village on the Belen Cut-Off Between Clovis and Belen, N.M
Title:
A Typical Mexican Village on the Belen Cut-Off Between Clovis and Belen, N.M
New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



The Longhorn Ranch
Title:
The Longhorn Ranch
Moriatry New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
48 miles east of Albuquerque on Highway Route 66 P.O. Moriarty, N.M. Cafe-Curios-Gasoline and Oil Capt. and Mrs. W.A. (Bill) Ehret


Safety Building
Title:
Safety Building
Las C ruces New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Las Cruces abounds in historical interest - the consummation of the Gadsden Purchase was celebrated in La Mesilla in 1854. Mesilla was the hangout of the infamous "Billy the Kid". The middle of the 19th century saw both the Butterfield and the Old Chisholm Trails pass thru here. It is a fast growing city and this view shows the new modern Police and Fire Department building



Hidden Valley KOA
Title:
Hidden Valley KOA
Tijeras New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Star Route, Box 48A (505) 281-9929 10 miles east of Albuquerque. 200 yards off I-40, Zuzax Exit 178. Easy access pull thru and tent sites, short drive to Sandia Crest Ski and Recreation Area, or take 2.7 mile Sandia Peak Tramway. Close to National Forest, Ghost Towns, Indian Pueblos, Albuquerque, Old Town and other local attractions


Memorial General Hospital in "The City of the Crosses"
Title:
Memorial General Hospital in "The City of the Crosses"
Los Cruces New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
John Floodberg One of the fine hospitals of the southwest



The Indian detour and optional side trips
Title:
The Indian detour and optional side trips
New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
"The Newest Way to see Oldest America" In the Northern New Mexico Rockies lies the enchanted empire of the southwest. Its center is Santa Fe. The Taos of Kit Carson is on its northern edge. Las Vegas and Albuquerque are along the eastern and southern boundaries. In this domain are found quaint Indian pueblos, the ruins of cave and cliff dwellings thousands of years old, snowclad peaks and rushing mountain streams. This enchanted empire may now be visited comfortably and at reasonable cost via the new "Indian-detour" - - a three days personally-conducted motor trip forming a part of the transcontinental journey over the Santa Fe Railroad


Cloud Country Lodge, Box # 287
Title:
Cloud Country Lodge, Box # 287
Cloudcraft New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
505-682-2511 The world famous Lodge is one of the few remaining luxury, year round resort hotels. Nestled among the stately pines at 9,200'; guests are afforded a breathtaking view of White Sands



Ruidoso Downs Race Track
Title:
Ruidoso Downs Race Track
Ruidoso Downs New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Home of the world's richest horse race: All American Futurity $600,000 (est.) Ruidoso Downs is one of the world's truly unique race tracks. Its story has often been called one of the greatest success stories in the world of sports. Cradled in the rich Ruidoso Valley, 6500' high in New Mexico's beautiful Sacramento Mountains, Ruidoso Downs is a magnetic mountain playground to the Great Southwest


A Scene in New Mexico
Title:
A Scene in New Mexico
New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back) PM 1907 Dec-23



Birds Eye View of Pueblo Bonito Ruins
Title:
Birds Eye View of Pueblo Bonito Ruins
Chaco Canyon National Monument New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Here is a bird's-eye view of Pueblo Bonito largest of the pre-historic ruins which go to make up Chaco Canyon National Monument in northwestern New Mexico. Pueblo Bonito was built between 919 and 1130 A.D., and once housed 1,200 people. The pueblo, originally five stories high, covers three acres of ground and once contained about 800 rooms and 32 kivas


Greetings
Title:
Greetings
New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1943 Aug-13



Los Chaves, New Santa Fe Hotel
Title:
Los Chaves, New Santa Fe Hotel
Vaughn New Mexico (NM), White Border unused


La Fonda
Title:
La Fonda
Old Santa Fe New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
Fred Harvey's famous La Fonda is one of the world's most unusual hotels. Facing the century old plaza on the site of the original Fonda (Inn) of Santa Fe trail days, the building sweeps back in terraces like those of the nearby Pueblos



Maria - Preparing to fire pottery
Title:
Maria - Preparing to fire pottery
San Ildefonso Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


Mesa Encantada - The Enchanted Mesa
Title:
Mesa Encantada - The Enchanted Mesa
New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The name Mesa Encantada arises from an old legend or tradition. Centuries ago the peple of what is now Acoma dwelt upon the summit of the Mesa, to which a single trail led. A part of the cliff over which the trail led was undermined thru erosion and fell when every one except a few old and sick women were at work in the fields below. After that, the present site was built upon, and the mesa in time came to be regarded as "encantada" or as we would say, haunted



Pueblo of San Filipe
Title:
Pueblo of San Filipe
New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
San Felipe may not be the most beautiful of the Rio Grande Indian pueblos; but its five hundred primitive inhabitants like to live here, because of easy access to their irrigated fields close by. The waters of the Rio Grande are utilized by a network of ditches. The village church was built early in the eighteenth century


Old Mesilla, New Mexico
Title:
Old Mesilla, New Mexico
Old Mesilla New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
L.O. Candelaria Old Mesilla, New Mexico A street scene of Old Mesilla, as it appears today. It is believed that the first settlers came about 1847 - however, it is recorded that the first lands were allotted in 1850 by the military commander of Dona Ana. At that time the population of La Mesilla was 650 persons, and by 1860 it had become a social center



Allison Motel
Title:
Allison Motel
Quemado New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
US Highway 60; PO Box 55; Phone 773-4550. Attractive rooms with wall to wall carpeting, combination shower and bath, room phones and free TV. Help-ur-self laundry for your convenience. Write or phone for reservations


Pueblo
Title:
Pueblo
Zuni New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Forty-two miles south of Gallup, N.M., is Zuni; the heritor of the once famous Seven Cities of Cibola - the story of the search for which forms one of the most interesting chapters in the history of the great Southwest. The original Seven Cities were abandoned centuries ago and their sites are today marked only by irregular mounds of earth from which project here and there faint traces of the walls. The houses in the older part of Zuni are extremely compact and rise tier above tier to the height of five stories



Moonrise
Title:
Moonrise
Hernandez New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format unused

Description:
Ansel Adams c.1941


Laguna Vista Lodge
Title:
Laguna Vista Lodge
Eagle Nest New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
C.M. Mongomery Ph. 377-2922. Scenic grandeur in the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range; fine accommodations; restaurant and cocktail lounge; excellent skiing and golf course in vicinity; year round recreation; western hospitality; west's finest lake and stream fishing; horseback riding; cool dry climate McGrew Color Graphics



Smokey Bear Museum
Title:
Smokey Bear Museum
Capitan New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Smokey Bear Museum Capitan, New Mexico In 1950, when a 17,000 acre fire burned rich timber in the Capitan Mountains, a tiny bear cub, with blistered feet, was rescued and flown to Washington, D. C. to become the living fire-preventing "Smokey", known and loved throughout the world. Pictured here is the museum built by the people of Capitan as a memorial to this now famous bear. One of the many "must see" items of interest in the Ruidoso resort area Dexter Press, Inc


The Church of Ranchos de Taos
Title:
The Church of Ranchos de Taos
Ranchos de Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Rear View of the Church at Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico Built by the early Spanish colonists during the years 1732 to 1772. The interior of the church in all its simplicity is as interesting as the exterior Collotype Co



Starvation Park
Title:
Starvation Park
Chapells New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Scene from main line of the Santa Fe Railroad. The legend has it that in early days a detachment of Spanish soldiers sought refuge on this peak, but being surrounded by Indians, sought death by starvation, rather than being tortured and put to death at the hands of the Indians


The Ruins of Puye
Title:
The Ruins of Puye
Pajarito Park New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Ruins of Puye, a great prehistoric cliff dwelling city in Pajarito Park, New Mexico. On the line of the D & RG Railroad. The quarters of the Cliff Dwellers near the Pueblo of Santa Clara, New Mexico. Here are monuments of a race of long ago. Shaped like swallows' nests, these mysterious dwellings have marked the faces of the canyon walls for hundreds of years in Northern New Mexico and in Arizona. The tradition is that the Pueblo Indians were being driven inch by inch from the north by a fierce foe. Upon reaching the plateau of New Mexico they built permanent fortress homes. With the coming of the Spaniards in 1540, these cliff dwellings were even then subjects of traditions centuries old



McCracken Gymnasium and Classroom Building
Title:
McCracken Gymnasium and Classroom Building
Santa Cruz New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Built in 1932 by the Evangelical United Bretheren Church...This is one of the outstanding landmarks on the McCurdy School campus...Santa Cruz, New Mexico Dexter Press


Volcanic Cone and Lava Bed
Title:
Volcanic Cone and Lava Bed
New Mexico (NM), White Border unused



Clines Corners Inc
Title:
Clines Corners Inc
Cool Clines Corners New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
60 miles east of Albuquerque, at the crossroads of U.S. Highway 285 and U.S. 66. Best in meals, one of the most complete restaurant, service station and gift shop in New Mexico. Cool Clines Corners, elevation 7200 feet. Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Smith, owners and operators


McCurdy School Administration Building
Title:
McCurdy School Administration Building
Espanola New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
The administration building was build in 1954 and houses the administrative offices, library, laboratories for language, biology, chemistry and physics. Founded in 1912. The school has always been dedicated to the social intellectual, physical and spiritual development of its students Custom Craft Ltd



McCurdy School Gymnasium
Title:
McCurdy School Gymnasium
Espanola New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Since 1932 this structure has been the place where dedicated athletic directors have helped McCurdy students achieve good moral character, build strong and agile bodies and produce trophy winning teams, all in a Christian atmosphere. McCurdy School, Box 127, Espanola, N. M. 87532 Custom Craft Ltd


Port of Entry
Title:
Port of Entry
Columbus New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This scene shows State Highway 11 at the International Border (U.S.-Mexico) entering New Mexico. The Port of Entry is 3 miles South of Columbus, N.M. Columbus is famous as the only U.S. City invaded by foreign forces (by Pancho Villa in 1916) Koppel



Prehistoric Pueblo
Title:
Prehistoric Pueblo
Frijoles Canyon New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Situated on the floor of the Canyon del Rito de los Frijoles, about thirty-five miles from Santa Fe, New Mexico, and at the foot of the cliffs in which thousands of cave dwellings are found, it would appear that this prehistoric pueblo, was one of the first efforts of these ancient people to build houses away from the cliffs and is a link in the chain of evidence which proves that pueblo Indians of today are descendants of the ancient cliff dwellers C.T. American Art


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

Description:
The small and sleepy pueblo of Tesuque is situated a few miles from Santa Fe. It's inhabitants make pottery and drums, also bows and arrows. Their ceremonial dances are very spectacular. One of the most interesting is the Eagle Dance, in which both old and young participate



Indian Church
Title:
Indian Church
Jemez New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
There are some twenty inhabited Pueblo villages in New Mexico, comprising five tribal stocks, each of which possesses a distinct language: Queres, Tiquas, Tewas, Zunis and Jemez. Each Pueblo has its saint's day which is observed with the usual ceremonies. At Jemez this date ins August 15th. The Pueblo is reached from Albuquerque and has been inhabited since the Spanish Conquest


Aerial View of Ruidoso Downs, "America's Fastest Growing Track"
Title:
Aerial View of Ruidoso Downs, "America's Fastest Growing Track"
Ruidoso Downs New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
John E Floodberg "Home of All American Quarter House Futurity $130,000.00" On U.S. Highway 70, one mile east of Ruidoso, 68 miles west of Roswell and only two hours from El Paso, Texas. Twelve races daily on weekends and holidays from May 20th through September 11th. Largest purses paid to horsemen of any track in the southwest. Pari mutuel wagering. Horse racing at its finest in the cool mountain pines



Wagon Wheel Trading Post - Box 202
Title:
Wagon Wheel Trading Post - Box 202
Separ New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Located on Highways 70-80 178 Miles East of Tucson, Arizona For many years this was as far as the railroad extended West. From this point all freight was shipped by Wagon Train


Sandia Mountains
Title:
Sandia Mountains
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Amid a setting of Mountain Grandeur is the inspiriing and breath-taking panorama of scenic wonderland. In Tijeras Canyon on Hwy 66, east of Albuquerque, NM



Indian Pueblo Family
Title:
Indian Pueblo Family
New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Series OB-H1610 As a rule the Indian prefers the dress of his tribal custom. Most Pueblos of New Mexico use the same style of costume, but many dress, or partly dress, in American clothes. The Pueblo Indian was the first to take up blanket wearing from the European, but it has been passed on to the Navajo. Their time is mostly occupied in basket weaving, pottery making, farming, hunting and stock raising. They are a fairly independent and thrifty class


Red River Valley
Title:
Red River Valley
Red River Valley New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Entering the valley by way of Questa on the circle drive from Taos, a peaceful, pastoral scene unfolds. Some of the old time buildings and miners huts still stand, reminiscent of the days when this was a bustling, frontier mining camp. The spectacular mountain scenery is amongst the finest in the West J. R. Willis



El Porvenir Lodge
Title:
El Porvenir Lodge
Hermit Park New Mexico (NM), Linen PM Sep-7

Description:
El Porvenir Lodge is located at the foot of the famous Hermit Peak, elevation -- ft. New Mexico's most popular resort is just seventeen miles from Las Vegas over improved scenic highway. N.B. Disbrow, Mgr J. R. Willis


Thanksgiving Greetings from Mogollon
Title:
Thanksgiving Greetings from Mogollon
Mogollon New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



Range Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Range Motel & Restaurant
Lordssburg New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
836 East R. R. Ave. ... on U.S. Hwys. 70 & 80; Phone: 542-9387 ... serving breakfast, lunch & dinners ... Banquet & party reservations


Ven I Come Drough Endee, I always vish I bust a tire, so much I like to stay
Title:
Ven I Come Drough Endee, I always vish I bust a tire, so much I like to stay
Endee New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1915 Jun-26



Artesian Well and Reservoir
Title:
Artesian Well and Reservoir
Pecos Valley New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


Church at Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico
Title:
Church at Ranchos de Taos, New Mexico
Rancho de Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
This very fine old primitive Church was built by the early Spanish colonists to serve the farming community three miles south of Taos. The neighborhood comprises a scattered and rambling village including Talpa, and the villagers live according to the customs and traditions of their forefathers dating back to the days of Don Fernando



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Chama New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 110346


The Mission Of Santa Ana Pueblo
Title:
The Mission Of Santa Ana Pueblo
Santa Ana New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Series K126 Believed to have been built around 1598, this famous old church, sun-baked and wind-swept for centuries, still serves faithfully the remaining Indians who compose the fast declining village. There are no pews or benches and the pious folk who worship here kneel on the hard, bare floor.



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

Description:
Series 390032 20 miles from Albuquerque, N. M. A panoramic view of upper exhibition trail, showing Summit House Restaurant, the double chairlift, and the wide expanse of Sandia's most popular trail.


On The Dawson RR
Title:
On The Dawson RR
New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused



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