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Perry E. Borchers Photogrammetry Plans

Identifier: AC 538

Scope and Content

Collection contains photogrammetric plans of towns, pueblos, archaeological sites, and buildings in New Mexico and Arizona. Collection also contains photogrammetric plans of buildings in Vermont, Illinois, Ohio, and New York; and Sweden and Greece.

Photogrammetry is the practice of determining the geometric properties of objects from photographic images. Photogrammetry is used by archaeologists to quickly produce plans of large or complex sites.


  • 1970-1999

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Access Restrictions

The collection is open for research.

Copy Restrictions

Limited duplication of print materials allowed for research purposes. User is responsible for all copyright compliance.

Biographical Information

Perry Borchers was an architectural photogrammetrist and architect and was a Professor of Architecture at Ohio State University. Trained in architecture at Columbia University and the Royal Academy of Art in Stockholm, Sweden, he introduced archtectural photogrammetry in the United States in 1956. Perry Borchers passed away in 2006.


11 oversize folders and 0.2 box

Finding Aid of the Perry E. Borchers Photogrammetry Plans, 1970-1979
Pueblo of Taos - Photogrammetric Plan, 1973
Edited Full Draft
© 2011
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Finding aid is in English

Revision Statements

  • Monday, 20210524: Attribute normal is missing or blank.

Repository Details

Part of the Fray Angélico Chávez History Library Repository

Fray Angélico Chávez History Library
New Mexico History Museum
113 Lincoln Ave
Sante Fe NM 87501 USA
(505) 476-5090