Church buildings -- New Mexico -- Pictorial works
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract Collection consists of photographs of colonial churches in New Mexico.
Abstract The album contains postcards that appear to be souvenirs of travel.
Abstract The collection contains photographs and other illustrative material of 19th and 20th Native Americans and pueblos.
Abstract Modern copies of photographs located in the Laboratory of Anthropology in Santa Fe, documenting the construction of that building in 1930.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of the Field collection of silver, mission churches, religious art objects and one copy photograph of "Black" Jack Ketchum.
Abstract The collection consists of photographs of residences, schools, churches, missions, municipal and other buildings designed by architect, Richard P. Milner. All buildings, except for the Ganado Presbyterian Church, are located in New Mexico; the majority in Albuquerque.
Abstract Photographs documenting the life of Ross Calvin, a minister and naturalist who moved to New Mexico in 1927.
Abstract The majority of the collection consists of photographs taken by Roy Rosen during his travels in the United States, Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean. There are also still life compositional studies by Rosen.
Abstract Collection consists mostly of photos of T. M. Pearce, his family, colleagues, and friends and of subjects related to the folklore and history of New Mexico.