Old Church of St. Augustine
Title:
Old Church of St. Augustine
Isleta New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused


Interior of House of Isleta
Title:
Interior of House of Isleta
Isleta Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1938 Mar-18

Description:
Isleta lies a few miles west of Albuquerque close to the railroad track and in plain view from the train. Pueblo architecture possesses nothing of the elaborate ornamentation of Aztec ruins found in Mexico. The house is usually built of stone, covered with adobe, and is severly plain. It is commonly tow or three stories high and joined to its neighbors. The Pueblo of Isleta lies at an altitude of 4898 feet.



Pueblo of Isleta Showing Church in Distance
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Pueblo of Isleta Showing Church in Distance
Isleta New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Isleta is the largest of 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


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

Description:
Isleta is the largest of 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



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

Description:
Isleta is the largest of 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


Old Church of St. Augustine
Title:
Old Church of St. Augustine
Isleta New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1941 Oct-3

Description:
the heavily buttressed, fort-like Mission of St. Augustine of Isleta dates back to 1805-17 and is therefore as old as any in this country. The edifice is over 100 ft. long, and adjoining it is a series of rooms or conventos built around a patio, bright with flowers and shaded by old trees. A tapia encloses the churchyard J.R. Willis



Interior of church, Pueblo of Isleta
Title:
Interior of church, Pueblo of Isleta
Isleta New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Fred Harvey Thirteen miles west of Albuquerque, New Mexico is the Indian Pueblo of Isleta (Little Island). One of the very striking features of this pueblo is the old church. It is easily distinguished by the two immense bell towers. Notwithstanding the presence of a well preserved church and the constant attendance of a priest, Isleta still possesses an estufa, or native temple in which certain ancient religious observances are retained


Old Church At Pueblo Of Isleta
Title:
Old Church At Pueblo Of Isleta
Isleta Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Post Card (Undivided Back) unused



Old Church Of St. Augustine
Title:
Old Church Of St. Augustine
Isleta New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
The Heavily buttressed, fort-like Mission of and is therefore as old as any in this country. The edifice is over 100 ft. long, and adjoining it is a series of rooms or conventos built around a patio, bright with flowers and shaded by old trees. A tapia encloses the churchyard.


Interior Of Church
Title:
Interior Of Church
Isleta Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Thirteen miles west of Albuquerque is the Indian Pueblo of Isleta. One of the striking features of this pueblo is the old church. It is easily distinguished by the two immense bell towers. Notwithstanding the presence of a well preserved church and the constant attendance of a priest, Isleta possesses an estufa, or native ceremonial chamber, where ancient religious rites are still observed.



Oldest Mission Church
Title:
Oldest Mission Church
Isleta New Mexico (NM), Real Photo unused

Description:
Oldest Mission Church, Mission founded 1598, Church built about 1605 Isleta, New Mexico.


Interior Of Old Church Of St. Augustine
Title:
Interior Of Old Church Of St. Augustine
Isleta New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1943

Description:
ISLETA IS ONE OF THE LARGEST INDIAN PUEBLOS, NUMBERING OVER ONE THOUSAND INHABITANTS. IT IS LOCATED ON THE RIO GRANDE, A SHORT DISTANCE SOUTH OF ALBAQUERQUE ON HIGHWAYS 85 AND 66. THE LARGE CHURCH DATES BACK TO 1605-1617, AND IS OLD AS ANY IN THE COUNTRY.



Old Church Of St. Augustine
Title:
Old Church Of St. Augustine
Isleta New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1944

Description:
THE HEAVILY BUTTRESSED, FORT-LIKE MISSION OF ST. AUGUSTINE OF ISLETA DATES BACK TO 1605-17, AND IS THEREFORE AS OLD AS ANY IN THIS COUNTRY. THE EDIFICE IS OVER 100 FT. LONG. AND ADJOINING IT IS A SERIES OF ROOMS OR CONVENTOS BUILT AROUND A PATIE BRIGHT WITH FLOWERS AND SHADED BY OLD TREES. A TAPIA ENCLOSES THE CHURCH-YARD.


Interior Of Old Church Of St. Augustine
Title:
Interior Of Old Church Of St. Augustine
Isleta New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Isleta is one of the largest Indian Pueblos, numbering over one thousand inhabitants. It is located on the Rio Grande, a short distance south of Albuquerque on highways 85 and 66. The large church dates back to 1605-1617 and is old as any in the country.



Old Church
Title:
Old Church
Isleta Pueblo New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
When Coronado came to New Mexico with his soldiers he found a resident people of frugal and industrious habits, civilized in a way, who tilled the soil and dwelt in great houses made of stone and sun-dried mud. The Spanish world "pueblo" means a village or a people, and these natives, as well as their curious houses, have ever since been generally known by the name casually applied to them by their Spanish discoveries


Church at pueblo near Albuquerque
Title:
Church at pueblo near Albuquerque
Isleta Pueblo New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
The Pueblo of Isleta is situated 13 miles south of Albuquerque, one of the most modern of Indian Pueblos being about 300 years. Population 1300 and is not decreasing. Owing to its nearness to the Santa Fe mail line and Albuquerque, the Indians prove an interesting sight to visitors, and readily purchase from their own hands pottery and other articles that these Indians manufacture



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

Description:
When Coronado came to New Mexico with his soldiers he found a resident people of frugal and industrious habits, civilized in a way, who tilled the soil and dwelt in great houses made of stone and sun-dried mud. The Spanish word "pueblo" means a village or a people, and these natives, as well as their curious houses, have ever since been generally known by the name casually applied to them by their Spanish discoverers




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