Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Santa Fe Station
Title:
Santa Fe Station
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused



Bird's-Eye View of Raton, New Mexico
Title:
Bird's-Eye View of Raton, New Mexico
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Hotel Yucca
Title:
Hotel Yucca
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1944 Nov-21



Park Plaza Motel
Title:
Park Plaza Motel
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1957 Jul-21

Description:
In "The Scenic Gateway City" - Air conditioned by nature; 60 lovely rooms and suites with room phones; free radio; etc. AAA approved.Also Park Plaza Motels in St Louis; Texarkana; Fort Worth; Amarillo; Flagstaff, Ariz.; the Town Park in Memphis; the Belmont in Dallas; and the Catalina in Wichita Falls.


Hotel Swastika
Title:
Hotel Swastika
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1935 Dec-17

Description:
At the foot of beautiful Raton Pass - 100 beautifully furnished Rooms, all with Bath; Beauty Rest Springs and Mattresses; Coffee Shop; Building Absolutely Fireproof; "Sleep where life is safe"' Finest Ball and Banquet Hall in the State; Conveniently located Garages. Free all Night Outdoor Parking.



Second Street Looking North
Title:
Second Street Looking North
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1941 Jul-15


View of Town
Title:
View of Town
Raton New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused



Birdseye View of Lake Alice Reservoir
Title:
Birdseye View of Lake Alice Reservoir
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


Scenic Highway
Title:
Scenic Highway
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Albertype Co.



Sands Manor Motel
Title:
Sands Manor Motel
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
At the foot of the Rockies. On US 87 & 64. Large rooms. Standard, extra length & Queen size beds. Refrigeration cooled. Ceramic tile baths. Steam heat. Free room television. Room telephones. Swimming pool. Lloyd & Grace Wilkins, owners & Operators. Phone: 505-445-2737. Picture Publishers, Inc.


El Capp Motel
Title:
El Capp Motel
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Bob Petley 200 Clayton Road on US Highway 87-64 one block east of Junction 85. 26 attractive units. Guest dial phones. Color TV in every room. Comfortable, large double beds. Heated swimming pool. Credit cards - American Express, Bankamericard, Carte Blanche, Diners' Club and Master Charge. Approved AAA Motel.



View of Seaberg Hotel
Title:
View of Seaberg Hotel
Raton New Mexico (NM), White Border unused


I. J. & N. KOA Kampground
Title:
I. J. & N. KOA Kampground
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Eagle Nest Lake and Dam, Cimarron Canyon
Title:
Eagle Nest Lake and Dam, Cimarron Canyon
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Hand-Colored


Hotel Yucca
Title:
Hotel Yucca
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1947 Nov-9



Second Street Looking North
Title:
Second Street Looking North
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1954 Aug-1

Description:
Raton, New Mexico is a beautiful and thriving city nestled at the foot of famous Raton Pass. It is a pleasure to stop your car near Goat Hill en route over the Pass - and look down upon the city, the beautiful valley and distant mountains. Raton's history maintains many adventures of early days. Coal mining and cattle raising are the chief industries. Southwest Post Card Co.


"CARSON - MAXWELL BASE - CAMP"
Title:
"CARSON - MAXWELL BASE - CAMP"
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Buffalo BIll Cody organized & held the first dress rehearsal of his famous Buffalo Bill Wild West Shows. Nearby is the Kit Carson Museum & Home of Lucien B. Maxwell of the fabulous Maxwell Land Grant, Philmont Scout Ranch



"Photo Finish" La Mesa Park
Title:
"Photo Finish" La Mesa Park
Raton New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


Hotel Yucca
Title:
Hotel Yucca
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



La Mesa Park
Title:
La Mesa Park
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Clyde Jones Home of the unforgettable $250,000.00 "Land of Enchantment" Futurity and Derby-the Southwest's richest thoroughbred stakes races and the thrilling quarter horse events - the $200,000.00 Oklahoma Futurity and $150,000.00 Raton Futurity. "The Friendly Western Track" offers twelve races daily on week-ends mid-May through mid-September. Post time - 1:00 pm MDT. Enjoy the "Sport of Kings" in racing's finest summer climate


El Kapp Motel
Title:
El Kapp Motel
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
200 Clayton Road, on US Highway 87-64, one block East of Junction 85



Raton High School
Title:
Raton High School
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
"Hall of Learning", Raton, New Mexico, modern high school plant, 4 years old, occupies full block South Third and Fourth Streets, Galisteo to Apache Avenue; beautifully landscaped grounds; rugged Goat Hill, a city park, with Raton's huge illuminated sign, shown in background


Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Park Plaza Motel
Title:
Park Plaza Motel
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1961 Jul-28

Description:
"The Scenic Gateway City" South Side; close in; Junction 87, 85, 64; air conditioned by nature; 60 lovely rooms and suites with room phones; free radio; etc. Also Park Plaza Motels in St Louis; Texarkana; Fort Worth; Amarillo; Flagstaff, Ariz.; the Town Park in Memphis; the Belmont in Dallas; and the Catalina in Wichita Falls Colourpicture Publishers



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


Raton Tunnel
Title:
Raton Tunnel
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The highest point on the Santa Fe between Trinidad, CO and Raton, NM



Natural Wall, Greetings from Raton, N. Mex
Title:
Natural Wall, Greetings from Raton, N. Mex
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back


Federal Building
Title:
Federal Building
Raton New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1922



Raton Tunnel - The Highest Point on the Santa Fe
Title:
Raton Tunnel - The Highest Point on the Santa Fe
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Raton Tunnels, Between Trinidad, Colorado, and Raton New Mexico Raton Tunnel, the highest point on the Santa Fe, has an altitude of 7,622 feet. The tunnel is 15 miles beyond Trinidad, Colorado


Santa Fe Station
Title:
Santa Fe Station
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Raton, which is almost exactly midway between Chicago and Los Angeles, is an important center of the cattle industry and is located on the line of inexhaustable coal deposits which extend unbroken through this region for 250 miles. Raton is the site of extensive railroad machine shops and the headquarters of the Maxwell Land Grant Co. What is seen of Northern New Mexico belongs to this great land grant. For 60 miles the train runs through it, from Starkville, Colorado to Springer, New Mexico. The original grant consisted of 1,714,765 acres and embraces mines of coal, of gold, silver and iron, fire clay and cement, and forests of timber - a little empire in itself. Raton lies at an altitude of 6637 feet



Santa Fe Station
Title:
Santa Fe Station
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Raton, which is almost exactly midway between Chicago and Los Angeles, is an important center of the cattle industry and is located on the line of inexhaustable coal deposits which extend unbroken through this region for 250 miles. Raton is the site of extensive railroad machine shops and the headquarters of the Maxwell Land Grant Co. What is seen of Northern New Mexico belongs to this great land grant. For 60 miles the train runs thorugh it, grom Starkville, Colorado to Springer, New Mexico. The original grant consisted of 1,714,765 acres and embraces mines of coal, of gold, silver and iron, fire clay and cement, and forests of timber - a little empire in itself. Raton lies at an altitude of 6637 feet


Ox Team in Raton Mountains
Title:
Ox Team in Raton Mountains
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The great coal mining companies operating in this region use quite frequently the yoke of oxen to do their freighting over the Raton Pass, and the oxen do their work well; they are slow but sure and reliable



Second Street Looking North
Title:
Second Street Looking North
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Raton is a beautiful and thriving city nestled at the foot of famous Raton Pass. It is a pleasure to stop your car near Goat Hill en route over the Pass - and look down upon the city, the beautiful valley and distant mountains. Raton's history contains many adventures of early days. Coal mining and cattle raising are the chief industries


Underpass on U.S. Highway 85
Title:
Underpass on U.S. Highway 85
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
For Santa Fe Railroad, on South side of town



Colt Motor Hotel & Coffee Shop
Title:
Colt Motor Hotel & Coffee Shop
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
Tom Reed At: Y: of U. S. Hiways 85, 87 & 64. Room Phones, Carpeted Floors, Ceramic Tile Baths, Panel Ray Heat, Garages, Coin Operated T. V. A. M. Marshall, Jr., Owner and Manager. Phone 40 & 355. P. O. Box 844. AAA


Goat Hill
Title:
Goat Hill
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Street Scene
Title:
Street Scene
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome

Description:
Where North, East and South meets the West. Gateway to the Land of Enchantment


Art work of the Colfax County Court House
Title:
Art work of the Colfax County Court House
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
A quarter million dollar County building, built under P.W.A. completed and occupied in 1937. Goat Hill, vantage point from which the traveler views the city spread before him occupies the background, topped by the huge Raton neon sign J. R. Willis



El Kapp Motel
Title:
El Kapp Motel
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
El Kapp Motel 200 Clayton Road On Hiway U.S. 87-64 One block South of Junction 85 Raton, New Mexico 21 attractive Units - Room phones - Free TV in every room - Comfortable, large double beds. Credit Cards - American Express, Diners' Club & Carte Blanche Approved AAA Motel


El Kapp Motel
Title:
El Kapp Motel
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
200 Clayton Road; On Hi-way U.S. 87-64; One block South of Junction 85 21 attractive units - room phones - free TV in every room - comfortable, large double beds. Credit Cards - American Express, Diners' Club & Carte Blanche; Approved AAA Motel



Bird's Eye View Of Raton
Title:
Bird's Eye View Of Raton
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1950 Dec-15

Description:
Series 69 Raton, 6,666 feet above sea level nestles at the foot of the pass. The traveler making the descent is thrilled to see the modern, thriving city one thousand feet below him.


Business Section Of Raton
Title:
Business Section Of Raton
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 1251



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

Description:
Series 1248


Sands Manor Motel & Restaurant, U. S. 87 & 64
Title:
Sands Manor Motel & Restaurant, U. S. 87 & 64
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 170112 At the foot of the Rockies. Large rooms - Standard, extra length and Queen and King size beds - Refrigeration cooled - Ceramic tile baths - All electric heat - Free room television - Room telephones - Swimming pool - Color T.V. Grace Wilkins, Owner & Operator Phone: 505-445-2737 Mr. & Mrs. Herman Riggs - Restaurant Hosts Phone: 505-445-9777



Sands Manor Motel, U. S. 87 & 64
Title:
Sands Manor Motel, U. S. 87 & 64
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Series 231280 Large rooms - Standard, extra length and Queen and King size beds - Refrigeration cooled - Ceramic tile baths - All electric heat - Free room television - Room telephones - Swimming pool - Color TV - No Smoking rooms. Grace Wilkins, Owner and Operator Phone 505 445-2737


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

Description:
Series DT-17911-D Top Pic: Beautiful Raton Pass, Colorado State Line. Bottom Pic: Downtown Raton.



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

Description:
This greeting comes to you from Raton, New Mexico, a beautiful and thriving city nestled at the foot of famous Raton Pass. It is a pleasure to stop your car near Goat Hill enroute over the Pass - and look down upon the city, the beautiful valley and distant mountains. Raton's history contains many adventures of early days. Coal mining and cattle raising are the chief industries.


Colfax County Court House
Title:
Colfax County Court House
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
A quarter million dollar County Building, built under P. W. A. completed and occupied in 1937. Goat Hill,-vantage point from which the traveler views the city spread before him- occupies the background, topped by the huge RATON neon sign.



Bird's Eye View From Boulevard
Title:
Bird's Eye View From Boulevard
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1913 Aug-27


Hotel Yucca
Title:
Hotel Yucca
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Yucca New Mexico State Flower. New Modern Center of Activities Coffee shop just off the Lobby garage - beauty shop - drug store every necessity and Comfort under one roof



New Raton Pass Highway
Title:
New Raton Pass Highway
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1944

Description:
The new highway over the famous Raten Pass winds through Railroad Canyon from Colorado down into the busy little city of Raton, New Mexico.


Second Street
Title:
Second Street
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



Colfax County Court House
Title:
Colfax County Court House
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Goat Hill
Title:
Goat Hill
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
"Goat Hill", as seen form the residential section of Raton, New Mexico.



Miners Hospital
Title:
Miners Hospital
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Baptist Church
Title:
Baptist Church
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Birdseye View Of Raton
Title:
Birdseye View Of Raton
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Seen from a vantage paint on the Old Pass and looking north toward Bartlett Mesa


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

Description:
This greetings comes to you form Raton, New Mexico, a beautiful and thriving city nestled at the foot of famous Raton Pass. It is a pleasure to stop your car near Goat Hill en route over the Pass and look down upon the city, the beautiful valley and distant mountains. Raton's history contains many adventures of early days. Coal mining and cattle raising are the chief industries.



Bird's Eye View Of Raton
Title:
Bird's Eye View Of Raton
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Raton 6,666 feet above sea level nestles at the foot of the pass. The traveler making the descent is thrilled to see the modern, thriving city one thousand feet below him.


Second Street Looking North
Title:
Second Street Looking North
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Raton, New Mexico is a beautiful and thriving city nestled at the foot of famous Raton pass. It is a pleasure to stop your car near Goat Hill en route over the Pass - and look down upon the city, the beautiful valley and distant mountains. Raton's history contains many adventures of early days. Coal mining and cattle raising are the chief industries.



Spanish Peaks Raton Pass
Title:
Spanish Peaks Raton Pass
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Elevation 12,720 and 13,623 ft., seen from Northern Slope (Colorado side) of Raton Pass, between Raton, N. M. and Trinidad, Colo., on highway U. S. 85.


Scenic Highway
Title:
Scenic Highway
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Showing Tourist Camp at foot of mountains



Colfax County Court House
Title:
Colfax County Court House
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
A quarter million dollar county Building, built under P. W. A. completed and occupied in 1937. Goat Hill, - vantage point from which the traveler views the city spread before him - occupies the background, topped by the huge Raton neon sign.


Hotel Yucca
Title:
Hotel Yucca
Raton New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused



Raton Tunnel, The Highest Point on the Santa Fe
Title:
Raton Tunnel, The Highest Point on the Santa Fe
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Altitude 7,622 feet. The tunnel at Raton Pass is fifteen miles beyond Trinidad. The track follows the Old Santa Fe Trail, which is one of the oldest human pathways found on the continent. The grade up the pass is remarkably steep; two powerful mountain engines are required to haul the train on the upward climb. From the car window one may see an endless variety of mountain views. The Santa Fe has recently completed a second tunnel considerably below the original tunnel.


A. T. & S. F. Depot by Moonlight
Title:
A. T. & S. F. Depot by Moonlight
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1915 Sep-6



Hotel Swastika
Title:
Hotel Swastika
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
At the foot of beautiful Raton Pass. 100 beautifully furnished rooms, all with bath; Beauty Rest springs and mattresses; coffee shop; building absolutely fireproof; "sleep where life is safe"; finest ball and banquet hall in the state; conveniently located garages; free all night outdoor parking; H.A. Triplett, Manager


El Portal Hotel
Title:
El Portal Hotel
Raton New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
A unique modern hotel with that friendly atmosphere - a large comfortable lobby and more than a hundred spacious rooms and apartments - quaint in its architecture symbolic of the old Spanish southwest. Raton is the "Portal to the Land of Enchantment," nestling in the foothills of the Rockies in northern New Mexico. From here you may conveniently visit the ancient Taos Indian Pueblo and other Indian villages and prehistoric cliff dwellings. Cimarron, Eagle Nest Lake, Red River Valley, and their crystal clear trout streams and magnificent mountain ranges are nearby. Deer, antelope and elk in their wild state abide in this area in surprising number and are often seen not far from the highway. Horse racing in Raton during the summer months attracts visitors from far and wide. Ample parking space always available. Excellent coffee shop; Bien Venidos, Your Host



Mt. Capulin, Extinct Volcano
Title:
Mt. Capulin, Extinct Volcano
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Capulin National Monument, the most perfect example of a recently extinct volcano on the Western Hemisphere, has a winding road leading to its top. Thousands of tourists visit this phenomenon each year. It is 10,000 ft. high with a crater 1450 ft. across and 700 ft. deep. This National Monument covering 680 acres is located 3 miles from Capulin, NM on the highway to Clayton, NM and Dalhart, Tex J.R. Willis


Greetings From Raton New Mexico
Title:
Greetings From Raton New Mexico
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1954 Mar-8

Description:
This greeting comes to you from Raton, New Mexico, a beautiful and thriving city nestled at the foot of famous Raton Pass. It is a pleasure to stop your car near Goat Hill en route over the Pass--and look down upon the city, the beautiful valley and distant mountains. Raton's history contains many adventures of early days. Coal mining and cattle raising are the chief industries Southwest Post Card Co



Main Street
Title:
Main Street
Raton New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1926 Aug-09


Santa Fe Station
Title:
Santa Fe Station
Raton New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Raton, which is almost exactly midway between Chicago and Los Angeles, is an important center of the cattle industry and is located on the line of inexhaustable coal deposits which extend unbroken through this region for 250 miles. Raton is the site of extensive railroad machine shops and the headquarters of the Maxwell Land Grant Co. What is seen of Northern New Mexico belongs to this great land grant. For 60 miles the train runs through it, from Starkville, Colorado, to Springer, New Mexico. The original grant consisted of 1,714,765 acres and embraces mines of coal, of gold, silver and iron, fire clay and cement, and forests of timber-a little empire in itself. Raton lies at an altitude of 6637 feet.



Hotel Yucca
Title:
Hotel Yucca
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
A friendly home in the friendly city of Raton, nestling at the foot of beautiful Raton Pass. Gateway to Colorado to the North, and to the glory, beauty, color and history of the romantic Southwest.


Miners Hospital
Title:
Miners Hospital
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1911



Courthouse
Title:
Courthouse
Raton New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1912


Raton Tunnels, Between Trinidad Colorado and Raton
Title:
Raton Tunnels, Between Trinidad Colorado and Raton
Raton New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Raton Tunnel, the highest point on the Santa Fe, has an altitude of 7,622 feet. The tunnel is 15 miles beyond Trinidad, Colorado





Total: 78 Items