Old Spanish Convent
Title:
Old Spanish Convent
Lamy New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


The Placita, El Ortiz Hotel
Title:
The Placita, El Ortiz Hotel
Lamy New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1911 May-23

Description:
The Santa Fe Railroad has built a new hotel "El Ortiz," at Lamy, New Mexico, with an enclosed garden. Such an enclosure is called in Spanish the "placita." The placita of El Ortiz is very quaint and beautiful. The old wooden columns and beams used throughout the construction of the hotel are particularly attractive in this part; and the numerous easy chairs, the old fashioned adobe walls, together with the quiet atmosphere, make this garden a most quaint and picturesque place. Lamy is a tiny village in the Glorietta Mountains midway between Albuquerque and Las Vegas



The Placita, El Ortiz Hotel
Title:
The Placita, El Ortiz Hotel
Lamy New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
The Placita of El Ortiz is very quiet and beautiful. The old wooden columns and beams used throughout the construction of the hotel, together with the quiet atmosphere, make this garden a most quaint and picturesque place. Lamy is a tiny village in the Glorietta Mountains midway between Albuquerque and Las Vegas


Legal Tender Steak House and Saloon
Title:
Legal Tender Steak House and Saloon
Lamy New Mexico (NM), Chrome unused

Description:
Fairbank Photography Located 17 miles from Santa Fe on U.S. 85-285. Open 5 to 11 p.m. seven days a week.



El Ortiz Hotel
Title:
El Ortiz Hotel
Lamy New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused


The Lobby, El Ortiz, Fred Harvey Inn
Title:
The Lobby, El Ortiz, Fred Harvey Inn
Lamy New Mexico (NM), Linen unused



El Ortiz - Fred Harvey Inn
Title:
El Ortiz - Fred Harvey Inn
Lamy New Mexico (NM), Linen unused


El Ortiz, the Fred Harvey Inn
Title:
El Ortiz, the Fred Harvey Inn
Lamy New Mexico (NM), Linen PM 1940 Sep-11

Description:
The little inn at Lamy, New Mexico is built of adobe brick, after the Spanish and Mexican styles of a hundred years ago. Lamy is a tiny village in the Glorietta Mountains, midway between Albuquerque and Las Vegas



Birds-Eye View of Lamy
Title:
Birds-Eye View of Lamy
Lamy New Mexico (NM), Divided Back unused

Description:
Lamy, between Las Vegas and Albuquerque, was named for the good Archbishop who founded a convent the walls of which are still standing, and who also once taught the Indians in a little adobe school house. At the time of the founding of this convent he was a missionary priest, but afterwards became Archbishop of Santa Fe


Los Pinos
Title:
Los Pinos
Lamy New Mexico (NM), Divided Back PM 1910 Jul-12

Description:
LAMY, the junction point for Santa Fe, is situated eighteen miles southeast of Santa Fe and midway between the two largest cities of New Mexico, Albuquerque and Las Vegas. The hotel, built of adobe brick, after the Spanish and Mexican styles of a hundred years ago, is indeed quaint and picturesque. The name, "Los Pinos," is after Don Pedro Bautista Pino, one of the most influential citizens of New Mexico during the early part of the nineteenth century



Lamy
Title:
Lamy
Lamy New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Fred Harvey Lamy, between Las Vegas and Albuquerque, was named for the good Archbishop who founded a convent the walls of which are still standing, and who also once taught the Indians in a little adobe school house. At the time of the founding of this convent he was a missionary priest, but afterwards became Archbishop of Santa Fe.


Old Spanish Convent
Title:
Old Spanish Convent
Lamy New Mexico (NM), White Border unused

Description:
Fred Harvey The town of Lamy, between Las Vegas and Albuquerque, was named for the good Archbishop who founded nearby a convent, the walls of which are still standing, and who also once taught the Indians in a little adobe school house. At the time of the founding of this convent he was a missionary priest, but afterwards became Archbishop Lamy of Santa Fe.





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