Pueblo architecture -- New Mexico
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
HABS Measured Drawings of New Mexico Buildings,
Abstract The collection contains blue line prints of Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) measured drawings of historic buildings in New Mexico. Consists of 39 projects pertaining to New Mexico, plus two from Arizona, and one from Colorado.
New Mexico Architectural Foundation Records,
Abstract This collection contains records of the New Mexico Architectural Foundation. Records consist primarily of administrative and project files, including correspondence, membership, finances, meetings, grants, and projects involving the Foundation.
T. Charles Gaastra Architectural Drawings and Plans
Abstract The T. Charles Gaastra Architectural Drawings and Plans collection includes architectural drawings and plans for commercial buildings in the cities of Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Taos, New Mexico, completed between the years 1924-1937. Also included are two watercolor perspectives and a pencil sketch interior.
William Tight Presidential Papers
Abstract William George Tight became the third president of the University of New Mexico in 1901 and was the originator of the Pueblo style architecture for many of the campus buildings. The collection consists mostly of correspondence with faculty members during Tight’s tenure as UNM president.