Old Pigeon Ranch
Title:
Old Pigeon Ranch
Glorieta Pass New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


Oldest Well in USA, Glorieta Pass
Title:
Oldest Well in USA, Glorieta Pass
Glorieta New Mexico (NM), White Border PM 1937 Apr-6

Description:
Old Pigeon Rance. Ruins of old Indian and Spanish fortress over 250 years old. Located 17 miles east of Santa Fe, on the Santa Fe Trail. Glorieta Pass in early days was the only pass through the mountains for a space of 200 miles north and south.



Holcomb Auditiorium
Title:
Holcomb Auditiorium
Glorieta New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1966 Jul-30

Description:
Located in famous Glorieta Pass, Rocky Mountains, 19 miles east of Santa Fe, New Mexico, on U.S. Highway 85, Glorieta Baptist Assembly is owned and operated by the Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. Holcomb Auditorium seats 2,600 and contains 31 conference rooms. One hundred additional conference rooms will be added later.


Glorieta Baptist Assembly
Title:
Glorieta Baptist Assembly
Glorieta New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused



Glorieta Baptist Conference Center from the Air
Title:
Glorieta Baptist Conference Center from the Air
Glorieta New Mexico (NM), Jumbo/Large Format PM 1981

Description:
Located in famous Glorieta Pass, Rocky Mountains, 19 miles east of Santa Fe, New Mexico. Interstate 25, is owned and operated by the Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. This nationwide Christian conference center is open all year


Oldest Well in U.S.A., Old Pigeon Ranch
Title:
Oldest Well in U.S.A., Old Pigeon Ranch
Glorieta Pass New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1941 Jul-10

Description:
Ruins of Old Spanish Fortress. When on your trip there you want to be sure and stop and see the oldest well in U.S.A., the ruins of the Old Spanish Fortress and Trading Post and the Old Battlefield. Then visit the Franky Bears, Frank and Elnor are always full of fun and very glad to see everybody



Holcomb Auditorium Glorieta Baptist Assembly
Title:
Holcomb Auditorium Glorieta Baptist Assembly
Glorieta New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
508 844-2602 Located in famous Glorieta Pass, Rocky Mountains. 19 miles east of Santa Fe, N.M. on Interstate 25. 12 weeks of fellowship and training provided by the Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, for worker from the more than 33,000 member churches. Holcomb Auditorium seats 2,800 and presently has 31 conference rooms with plans for over 100 more in the future


Holcomb Auditorium, Glorieta Baptist Assembly
Title:
Holcomb Auditorium, Glorieta Baptist Assembly
Glorieta New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1971 Jul-14

Description:
Located in famous Glorieta Pass, Rocky Mountains. 19 miles east of Santa Fe., N.M. on Interstate 25. 12 weeks of fellowship and training provided by the Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention, for workers from the more than 33,000 member churches. Holcomb Auditorium seats 2,800 and presently has 31 conference rooms with plans for over 100 more in the future



Garden Apartments
Title:
Garden Apartments
Glorieta New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Glorieta Baptist Assembly is located in the Sangre de Cristo Mountains at Glorieta, New Mexico. It is owned and operated by the Sunday School Board of the Southern Baptist Convention. The Garden Apartments overlook the beautiful Assembly grounds. There are forty efficiency apartments in the units


Dining Hall
Title:
Dining Hall
Glorieta New Mexico (NM), Chrome PM 1967 Aug-28

Description:
Owned and Operated By The Southern Baptist Convention Sunday School Board Nashville, Tennessee



Glorieta Conference Center
Title:
Glorieta Conference Center
Glorieta New Mexico (NM), Continental Chrome unused


Glorietta Pass
Title:
Glorietta Pass
Glorieta New Mexico (NM), Real Photo PM 1929 Feb-26



Old Pigeon Ranch-Ruins of Old Spanish Fortress
Title:
Old Pigeon Ranch-Ruins of Old Spanish Fortress
Glorieta Pass New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
When on your trip there you want to be sure and stop and see the oldest well in U.S.A., the ruins of the Old Spanish Fortress and Trading Post and the Old Battlefield. The visit the Franky Bears, Frank and Elnor are always full of fun and very gland to see everybody


Oldest Well In U. S. A
Title:
Oldest Well In U. S. A
Glorieta Pass New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Most historic and wonderful old Indian Spanish Well. Under management of Thos. L. Greer. Glorieta Pass, N. Max. Back in the early past. Probably 1,000 years. A great drouth came upon the country and all the water between the Pecos and Rio Grande rivers was dry. The corps were all lost, and a great many of the animals had died for want of water. The Indians had given all their dances and sacrifices to the Gods to no avail, so they gathered all the wise men to council and they decided their sacrifice had not met the pleasure of the Gods and there must be another, greater. After considering their greatest sacrifices, they decided on a beautiful Indian maiden and their wiseest councillor or High Priest, but as they could not decide which, conditions became worse. So one dark night the High Priest who had asked to be chosen instead of the maiden for the sacrifice stole away from the village and went out to pray, While in prayer, the Spirit of Fire struck down and carried the great Chieftain away, and from where his feet last touched earth a fountain of Pure Cold Water came forth. And the Indians claim that the Spirit of the Great Chief still remains to keep thisw well or spring pure, cold and sweet. 250 yeas ago the spanish took this spring or well as it is now, from the Indians. 75 years ago the Americans took it from the Spanish, and rebuilt it in its present form.



Glorieta Pass
Title:
Glorieta Pass
Glorieta Pass New Mexico (NM), Linen unused

Description:
Old Pigeon Ranch on Santa Fe Trail. Under managemetn of Thos. L. Greer. The oldest and most historical well in the United States. First visited by Coronado, the Spanish by the Americans, and rebuilt as it is now by the American Government about 85 years ago. One of the oldest and most historical landmarks not only in the West. but in the United States. 1841 - Spanish captured first train of Texas traders, killing many and capturing and sending balance to Mexico City as prisoners. This act brought on the final break between Texas and Mexico. 1846 - Stephens W. Kearny, sent out by the American Government met the Spanish forces under Gen. Armijo, and after American territory. March 27 - 29, 1862 - The Northern forces of 3,000 under Gen. Canby met the Southern forces of 2,500 men under Gen. H. H. Sibly from Texas. The most decisive battle between the North and Soujth was fought here, about half of the forces being lost.


"Old Pigeon Ranch Glorieta Pass On Santa Fe Trial , 20 miles-20 minutes from Santa Fe
Title:
"Old Pigeon Ranch Glorieta Pass On Santa Fe Trial , 20 miles-20 minutes from Santa Fe
Glorieta Pass New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1958

Description:
Scene of the last great battle in New Mexico between Union and Confederate Forces during the Civil War. Best explained in words of M. Valle, popularly known as "Pigeon" from his pronunciation. "Government manns vas at my ranch and fill is cahnteen viz my viskey and Goovernment manns nevaire pay me for zat viskey; and Texas manns coom oop and soorprize zem and zey foight six hour by my watch and my vatch vas slow"





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