The Plaza, Meeting Place of the People
Title:
The Plaza, Meeting Place of the People
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Has been the meeting place of the "gente" (people) since the colonial days of Don Fernando. Here were held the Fiestas and many a courtship according to the ancient Spanish custom was born here. Trappers, miners, traders and adventurers of the early American occupation told stories of their weird experiences. In more recent years it was a picturesque setting for local artists.


Kachina Lodge and Motel
Title:
Kachina Lodge and Motel
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1982 May-25



On the Plaza
Title:
On the Plaza
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Jack Denver's Taos Motor Lodge
Title:
Jack Denver's Taos Motor Lodge
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
John E. Floodberg One of the most unique lodges in the Taos area. One and two room modern units - some with kitchenettes. Lounging patio. See historic Indian Pueblos in true western style by Motor Stage operated from the lodge. Recommended by Duncan Hines, Diner's Club, AAA.



North Side of Taos Plaza
Title:
North Side of Taos Plaza
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1964 Jul-25

Description:
John E. Floodberg As in many of the older historic cities and towns of the Southwest, life as a whole, centers around the main plaza. Activity here on Taos Plaza is constant. Its magnetic charm forever draws everyone to its cluster of quaint shops and restaurants.


La Cocina de Taos
Title:
La Cocina de Taos
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Where gracious senoritas of the old southwest serve the finest food, and drink to be found in the Land of Enchantment; situated on historic Taos Plaza, La Cocina is a favorite with Taosenes and tourists alike.



Taos Pueblo
Title:
Taos Pueblo
Taos New Mexico (NM), Real Photo


Mountain Range Above Taos
Title:
Mountain Range Above Taos
Taos New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused



Hotel La Fonda de Taos
Title:
Hotel La Fonda de Taos
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Ceremonial Kivas, Taos Pueblo
Title:
Ceremonial Kivas, Taos Pueblo
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The Albertype Co.



Stairway, Don Fernando Hotel
Title:
Stairway, Don Fernando Hotel
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Mezzanine, Don Fernando Hotel
Title:
Mezzanine, Don Fernando Hotel
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Hand-Colored



El Chico Auto Court
Title:
El Chico Auto Court
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Bert Anderson At the foot of the beautiful Taos Mountains 3 blocks from Plaza - and short driving distance from Indian Village and good Fishing. 28 Units, with and without Kitchenettes. Bring your families...complete accomodations of 1, 2, 3 and 4 room units. We do our best to show you every courtesy. J. Wolford, Manager


KIt Carson Road
Title:
KIt Carson Road
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1957 Aug-26



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

Description:
Series H-1963 Taos is the most interesting of all the upper Rio Grande Pueblos. Population about 400. It lies northeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The pueblo is situated between Rivers Taos and Lucero and the picturesque Taos Mountains form a beautiful background for this unique pueblo. The two great piles of communal dwellings resemble pyramids in as much as they recede step by step from the first floor to the summit. One section rising to a height of seven stories, the other five stories. The great religious festival at Taos is held annually on September 30th and is one of the best known in New Mexico


Shady Brook Store & Station, gold Indian Motel & Restaurant
Title:
Shady Brook Store & Station, gold Indian Motel & Restaurant
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Beautiful Northern New Mexico, Shady Brook Store & Station, Gold Indian Motel & Restaurant, on US 64, 8 miles east of Taos, NM, in Taos Canyon. Mrs. Eunice Loftis, Prop



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

Description:
Taos is the most interesting of all the Upper Rio Grande pueblos. Population about 500. It lies northeast of Santa Fe. The pueblo is situated between the rivers Taos and Lucero and the picturesque Taos Mountains form a beautiful background for this unique pueblo. The two great piles of communal dwellings resemble pyramids in as much as they recede step by step from the first floor to the summit. One section rising to a height of seven stories, the other five stories. The great religious festival at Taos is held annually on September 30th and is one of the best known in New Mexico


Start of an Indian race, San Geronimo Day, Sept. 30th
Title:
Start of an Indian race, San Geronimo Day, Sept. 30th
Taos New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1909 Aug-12



Indian Pueblo
Title:
Indian Pueblo
Taos New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


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



North Side of Taos Plaza
Title:
North Side of Taos Plaza
Taos New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused


Kachina Lodge and Motel
Title:
Kachina Lodge and Motel
Taos New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format PM 1978 Oct-18

Description:
N. Pueblo Road. Taos' outstanding motel, located within 2 miles of the famous Taos Pueblo. Kiva Coffee Shop. Heated swimming pool on Sun Terrace. Kachina Art Gallery. Zuni Cocktail Lounge. Hope Dining Room. Navajo Living Room. TV and phone in rooms. Wall to wall carpet. Arcade of shops. For reservations telephone (505) 758-2275



Pueblo de Taos
Title:
Pueblo de Taos
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The first apartment building in the world consists of many adobe communal dwellings - and said to be the finest example of ancient Pueblo architecture. Silhouetted against the sky like white robed sentinels, the Taos Indians make an unforgettable picture. Back of the pueblo is the sacred mountains and lake where secret ceremonials are carried on


Start of an Indian Race, San Geronimo Day, Sept. 30th
Title:
Start of an Indian Race, San Geronimo Day, Sept. 30th
Taos New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1911 Nov-14



Indian Pueblo, Northern New Mexico
Title:
Indian Pueblo, Northern New Mexico
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1954 Nov-5


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

Description:
Taos is the most interesting of all the upper Rio Grande Pueblos. Population about 400. It lies Northeast of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The pueblo is situated between the rivers Taos and Lucero and the picturesque Taos Mountains form a beautiful background for this unique pueblo. The two great piles of communal dwellings resemble pyramids in as much as they recede step by step from the first floor to the summit. One section rising to a height of seven stories, the other five stories. The great religious festival at Taos is held annually on September 30th and is one of the best known in New Mexico



La Cocina de Taos
Title:
La Cocina de Taos
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1961 Oct-11

Description:
Where gracious senoritas of the Old Southwest serve the finest food, and drink to be found in the Land of Enchantment. Situated on historic Taos Plaza, La Cocina is a favorite with Taosenos and tourists alike. Taos, New Mexico


View of the Playa
Title:
View of the Playa
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
From under the portales in front of the old courthouse building



Taos Inn
Title:
Taos Inn
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1966 Dec-27

Description:
Interior view of the Museum Lobby of the Famous Taos Inn...Original Spanish and Indian artifacts are on display...It is truly the Hotel with friendly Old Taos atmosphere...one half block from the old Plaza on the road to the Taos Pueblo Box 607...phone 758-2233...Taos, New Mexico Dexter Press, Inc


Eagle Nest Lake and Dam
Title:
Eagle Nest Lake and Dam
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
If you journey to ancient Taos over U.S. Highway 64 through scenic Cimarron Canyon, you will pass beautiful Eagle Nest Lake formed by the Dam of the same name. One cannot resist the temptation to linger - to enjoy the wonderful panorama, the turquoise blue Lake and the vistas of the Sangre de Cristos, snowcapped the year 'round



Visitors attending Great Festival
Title:
Visitors attending Great Festival
Taos New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1933 Jul-7

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


Taos
Title:
Taos
Taos New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused

Description:
Series 77822-D This niew shows the north side of Taos Plaza



The First Apartment Building In The World
Title:
The First Apartment Building In The World
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The First Apartments Building In The world Ancient Taos - consists of many adobe communal dwellings - and said to be the finest example of Ancient Pueblo architecture. Silhouetted against the sky like white robed sentinels, the Taos Indians make an unforgettable picture. Back of the Pueblo is the scared mountain and lake where secret ceremonials are carried on.


Rancho De Taos
Title:
Rancho De Taos
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Begun in 1732 and completed in 1772. The Church of St. Francis de Assissi is the oldest unrestored Mission Church. It houses the famous and miraculous painting of Christ done by Henri Ault in 1896



Jaos Pueblo Church
Title:
Jaos Pueblo Church
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This church, as is all building at the pueblo, is made of adobe bricks. It is a perfect example of simplicity and beauty, a rare quality, but one which the Taos Indians are so capable of achieving.


Taos Pueblo Church
Title:
Taos Pueblo Church
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
This adobe house of worship is typical in construction, as one sees in the various Indian Pueblos throughout the Southwest. Taos Pueblo is fine example of the terraced community dwellings still in use to-day.



Taos
Title:
Taos
Taos New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


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



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

Description:
RANCHOS DE TAOS CHURCH -- STANDS MAGNIFICENT IN THE SOLITUDE OF THE DISTANT PEAKS AGAINST THE INTENSE BLUE OF NEW MEXICO'S RADIANT SKIES - AND IS CONSIDERED ONE OF THE MOST INTERESTING OF THE OLD SPANISH MISSIONS OF THE SOUTHWEST. THE DATE OF ITS FOUNDING IS NOT EXACTLY KNOWN BUT REBUILT IN 1772, THE PRESENT CHURCH IS OF ABODE, WITH WALLS MANY FEET THICK. CRUCIFORM IN SHAPE, IT MEASURES MORE THAN 120 FEET LONG -- AND THE MASSIVE CONSTRUCTION LENDS IT THE APPEARANCE OF A FORTRESS.


Rancho De Taos Church
Title:
Rancho De Taos Church
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
IN THE LAND OF ENCHANTMENT ONE OF THE MOST BEAUTIFUL OF THE SPANISH MISSIONS IN THE SOUTH WEST, IT WAS BUILT BY THE FRANCISCANS IN 1772



South Pueblo
Title:
South Pueblo
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
With its backdrop of Pueblo Mountain and colorfully costumed inhabitants, thousand year old Taos Pueblo is a popular subject for artists. Taos Indians are industries farmers and are relatively well to do. They are usually well educated and frequently speak three languages their own Tewa, Spanish and English.


Taos Indian Pueblo
Title:
Taos Indian Pueblo
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Northern New Mexico



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


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

Description:
Taos was the third white settlement in the U. s. established by the Spaniards. Continuous strife between the Whites and Indians of the Pueblo made its early history a bloody one - terminating with the Taos Rebellion against U. S. Rule in 1847. Today it is quaint, picturesque and full of charm, with its many lofty mountains and beautiful fertile valleys. The Taos Art Colony is one of the most famous in America.



General View Of Taos
Title:
General View Of Taos
Taos New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


Eagle Nest Lake And Dam
Title:
Eagle Nest Lake And Dam
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



Sangre De Cristo Mountains and Moreno Valley
Title:
Sangre De Cristo Mountains and Moreno Valley
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1943

Description:
The town of Eagle Nest and Eagle Nest Lake are situated in this beautiful valley in northern New Mexico. The highway winds thru some of the most spectacular mountain scenery in the state


Watching Indian Dances
Title:
Watching Indian Dances
Taos New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
The Albertype Co.



Mission of Rancho de Taos
Title:
Mission of Rancho de Taos
Taos New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


Eagle Nest Lake and Dam, Cimarron Canyon on Road to Raton
Title:
Eagle Nest Lake and Dam, Cimarron Canyon on Road to Raton
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1936 Nov-28



Street View of First Baptist Church
Title:
Street View of First Baptist Church
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1958 Apr-28


Street on the Plaza
Title:
Street on the Plaza
Taos New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
The city of Taos is the burial place of Kit Carson, home of the famous Taos Art Colony, and located close to city is the Taos Indian Pueblo, which is one of the oldest and most famous of the Indiana Pueblos.



Artist Working at an Easel with a Blank Canvas
Title:
Artist Working at an Easel with a Blank Canvas
Taos New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused


Woman in Doorway
Title:
Woman in Doorway
Taos New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Lobby, Don Fernando Hotel
Title:
Lobby, Don Fernando Hotel
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Plaza West Side
Title:
Plaza West Side
Taos New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



West Side of Plaza
Title:
West Side of Plaza
Taos New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused


Soldier in front of Kit Carson's Home
Title:
Soldier in front of Kit Carson's Home
Taos New Mexico (NM), Real Photo



Mission Church
Title:
Mission Church
Taos New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Indian pueblo of San Geronimo de Taos is some seventy-five miles north and east of Santa Fe. Perhaps no other pueblo in the Rio Grande valley has felt so little the march of civilization. The village proper is split by the little Taos River, the great communal dwellings of one section rising to a height of seven stories -- a height not equaled in any other pueblo in the Southwest


Old Church
Title:
Old Church
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 architecture. It is massively constructed 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 remain unchanged J.R. Willis



Church At Ranchos De Taos
Title:
Church At Ranchos De Taos
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.


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

Description:
Taos of the old Frontier. The Spanish explorers came here in 1540. American traders and trappers made this village their headquarters as early as 1806. Scene of important battles during the Mexican war of 1846-47. Taos valley was the granary of he far west from 1700 until 1875. Nestled high in the Sangre de Cristo mountains this Shangri-La of ancient culture has an atmosphere of bygone centuries. Here in pioneer days much of the colorful history of the southwest was made - and here age old Indian and Spanish customs still prevail. The home of Kit Carson, famous here of the Old West, is just a few doors off the Plaza.





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