Church buildings -- New Mexico
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 18 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,...
Scope and Content This collection focuses on historic buildings and architecture in New Mexico. There is a significant component of the collection that relates to the Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) and nominations of buildings to the National Register of Historic Places. Student research and research papers, class notes and lectures, and Bunting's articles and publications are significant components of the collection. Photographs associated with reports remain in the collection, while loose...
Dates: 1849-1981; Majority of material found in 1964-1979
Abstract This collection contains 15 photographic prints from the personal files of Beatrice Chauvenet.
Abstract The Brittelle, Ginner and Associates Architectural Drawings and Plans collection contains architectural drawings and plans, primarily of public buildings in Albuquerque and twelve other New Mexico cities. Drawings of residences and furniture are also in the collection.
Abstract The collection documents the lives of members of the Castillo family of Sauzal, New Mexico (south of Belen, near Las Nutrias).
Identifier: PAC 031
Scope and Content Collection consists primarily of materials on churches and watersheds in northern New Mexico. Includes correspondence, minutes, reports and clippings on the restoration of the San Jose de la Gracia Church in Las Trampas; reports and notes on Valle Grande Church in Villanueva; and reports on tree-ring dating the Santa Cruz Church in Santa Cruz and two houses in Santa Fe. Also within the collection are reports and correspondence concerning the Rio Penasco Watershed, an article about the Rio...
Scope and Content The George Kubler papers consist of his unpublished masters thesis, a literary manuscript of a published work based on his dissertation, along with editorial notes and photographs. The Religious Architecture of New Mexico In the Colonial Period and Since the American Occupation was published in 1940 by the Taylor Museum of the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center. The manuscript is the original Kubler submitted for his Ph.D. dissertation. Of special interest are...
Abstract This collection contains George Clayton Pearl’s oversized drawings and artwork along with various personal and business records. The business files contain project information from his professional projects with SMPC Architects along with projects he undertook on his own. These projects deal mainly with historic preservation issues in New Mexico along with new projects he took on after retirement from SMPC Architects. Also included are personal correspondence materials, sketch books, paintings,...
Abstract This collection contains George Clayton Pearl’s personal and business records. The business files contain project information from his professional projects with SMPC Architects along with projects he undertook on his own. These projects deal mainly with historic preservation issues in New Mexico along with new projects he took on after retirement from SMPC Architects. Also included are personal correspondence materials, personal items, sketch books and photographs.
Dates: 1890-2003; Majority of material found within , 1950-2003
Abstract Photographs from the collection of California writer and promoter of the West, George Wharton James. Among these photographs of Native American subjects are views of Southwestern pueblos (Isleta, Laguna, Zuni, Hopi), feasts (St. Stephen's Day at Acoma) and ceremonies (Hopi Snake Dance), and various Navajo subjects (weaving, baskets, dwellings, death). Several photographs show interactions between Native American and Hispanic American or Anglo American peoples on feast days, at ceremonies, and...
Abstract The Hal Dean Drawings and Plans collection includes drawings and plans primarily for “public use" buildings, which were a specialty of the firms Dean, Hunt, and Associates; and Dean, Kruger and Associates. These structures include libraries, university and secondary schools, health care facilities, office buildings and community centers in addition to many commercial structures.
Identifier: SWA JGM Drawings CSWR Microfilm NA737 M438 J64
Abstract The John Gaw Meem Drawings and Plans consist of architectural drawings, including floor plans, elevations, preliminary sketches, site surveys, details, and perspectives. Designs for residences, churches, school buildings, and commercial structures are included, many of them fashioned in the Pueblo Revival and Territorial Styles that are popular in the Southwest.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of buildings designed and built by architect, John Gaw Meem.
Abstract The Hesselden Architectural Drawings and Plans Collection contains architectural drawings and plans for new construction, additions, renovations and interior architecture located in Albuquerque, Grants, Los Lunas, Tyrone, Santa Fe, Los Alamos, Belen, Canoncito, Taos, and Corrales, New Mexico, as well as one project in Princeton, New Jersey and another in Window Rock, Arizona. These structures include: schools, churches, single-family residences, apartments, town developments, public service...
Abstract This collection contains photographs of many of the missions and churches in New Mexico.
Abstract A collection of 19th century photographs of New Mexico and Texas, mounted on cards, consisting of town views, buildings, and street scenes taken in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Las Vegas, Kingston, Chloride, and El Paso.
Abstract This collection contains images of churches in New Mexico and Indians of North American in Arizona and New Mexico.