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Photographs, scenes around New Mexico

Identifier: HP.1996.07.B-MNM.1996.347

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1 stereoview, 8 postcards, and 18 photographs of various sizes depicting a wide range of scenes around New Mexico. Subjects include a Jewish synagogue in Albuquerque, the AT&SF Assn. Hospital in Albuquerque, a Masonic Temple in Albuquerque, the Kit Carson grave in Taos, Ranchos de Taos Church, the Harwood residence in Taos, the South building of Taos Pueblo, a Baptist church in Las Vegas, the L.G. French home in Ione, the Governor's Mansion in Santa Fe, Camp Cody in Deming, the Puye ruins, Kennedy's Pass [Kearny's?] outside of Las Vegas, Charles Lee Goodenough of Las Vegas by Fred J. Feldman, Charles Lee Goodenough's horse and Organ Mountains by C.L. Goodenough, Dona Ana County road crew, N.M,A.C. [N.M.S.U.] in Las Cruces, construction of Mesilla Dam, interior of Eckert's in Las Cruces, the main street in Las Cruces, the J.F. Bennet farm in Dona Ana county by Sexton, the interior of an Episcopal church in Mesilla, Dave Shop in his young orchard in Silver City, Deming, and "Pat Patrick who bored the largest artesian well in the world (Witteman's Well)" in Dexter by Walton [Frost and Walton]. These photos were originally part of a photo album belonging to C. Lee Goodenough, who lived in both New Mexico and Arizona around 1900. Photographs from that photo album depicting scenes of Arizona went to the Arizona State University Archives.

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Gary Landi/Arizona!

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  • ca. 1900


27 Photographic Prints


163616 to 163640, 163758 to 163759; Itemized list in accession file.; (#15476) Jewish Synagogue, Albuquerque, N.M. (163616); (#15464) AT&SF Assn. Hospital, Albuquerque, N.M. (163617); (#15475) Masonic Temple, Albuquerque, N.M. (163618); (#15316) Church, Ranchos de Taos, N.M. (163619); (#15315) Church, rear view, Ranchos de Taos, N.M. (163620); (#15335) Harwood residence, Taos, N.M. (163621); (#15357) Taos Pueblo, South Building (163622); Baptist Church, Las Vegas, N.M. (163623); L. G. French home, Ione, N.M. (163624); Governor's Mansion, Santa Fe, N .M. (163625); (#440) An incinerator, Camp Cody, Deming, N.M. (163626); (#584) Puye ruins (163627); (#586) Puye ruins (163628); Kennedy's Pass [Kearny's?], near Las Vegas, N.M. (163629); Charles Lee Goodenough, N.M.S.U., Las Cruces, N.M. (163630); Charles Lee Goodenough's horse and Organ Mountains, N.M. (163631); Dona Ana County road crew, New Mexico (163632); N.M.A.C. [N.M.S.U.], Las Cruces, N.M. (163633); Construction of Mesilla Dam, New Mexico (163634); Interior of Eckert's, Las Cruces, N.M. (163635); Main Street, Las Cruces, N.M. (163636); J. F. Bennett farm, Dona Ana County, N. M. (163637); Interior of Episcopal Church, Mesilla Park, N.M. (163638); Dave Shope in his young orchard, Silver City, N.M. (163639); "Pat Patrick who bored the largest artesian well in the world, Witteman's Well," Dexter, New Mexico (163640); Deming, New Mexico (163758); (#15340) Kit Carson grave, Taos, N.M. (163759)