Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Content Description Twenty photographs on card mounts of Las Cruces, 1899-1900, possibly taken by Charles Fulton Neale and/or Katharine Meadows Neale, his wife. The photographs depict scenes and people around Las Cruces, New Mexico. The backs of the photographs contain descriptive information handwritten in pencil, presumably by the Neales.
Dates: 1899 - 1900
Scope and Content The Paul Graham McHenry drawings illustrate the construction, restoration and preservation of adobe and earthen buildings. Throughout these drawings, conservation and concern for the environment is a consistent theme. For example, solar panels and alternative building materials are utilized throughout. The collection consists of oversized drawings of buildings, engineering notes and topographical maps, ranging from residences to storefronts. This collection is organized...