Architectural drawings -- New Mexico
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 9 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content The collection consists of architectural plans for over 200 historic buildings located in New Mexico. The buildings were researched, measured, and the plans drawn by Bunting's students at the University of New Mexico Department of Architecture, 1965-1979. Drawings include floor plans, elevations, site plans and details of structures such as churches, chapels, moradas, houses, schools, stores, hotels, and railroad buildings. Included are examples of architecture from the Spanish colonial,...
Abstract The Boehning & Boehning/Boehning, Protz, Cook & Associates Architectural Drawings and Plans collection contains architectural drawings and plans, primarily of public buildings in Albuquerque and several other New Mexico cities.
Identifier: SWA-Montezuma Hotel
Abstract This collection is composed of five original architectural drawings, negatives and photographic copies that detail plans for the original Montezuma Hotel, located in (Hot Springs) Las Vegas, New Mexico.
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.
Identifier: AC 418-s
Scope and Content This is a collection of measured drawings of historical buildings in New Mexico and the region. The drawing represent architectural styles in Pueblo, Spanish Colonial, Spanish Revival, and Territorial structures. Drawings also represent communities and building types such as pueblos, churches, and private homes
Abstract The Richard P. Milner Architectural Drawings and Plans collection contains architectural drawings and plans of private residences, churches, public schools, and other commercial buildings. The buildings were designed for cities in New Mexico, from 1936-1977.
Abstract The Robert L. Torres Collection includes drawings and plans for several residences, schools, and churches in New Mexico.
Abstract The Van Dorn and Marjorie Mead Hooker Architectural Drawings and Plans Collection includes architectural drawings and plans for three New Mexico residences. An addition to the collection after Van Dorn Hooker's death includes Marjorie's personal art works.
Abstract The Wyatt C. Hedrick Hotel Clovis (Clovis, N.M.) Architectural Drawings and Plans Collection contains architectural drawings and plans for Hotel Clovis on 210 Main Street in Clovis, New Mexico. This collection was donated on July 5, 1989.