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Research Resources 

 

Research Folders

Bishop Everett Jones House, 210 Brownell Howland Road

Las Acequias, Nambe

El Zaguán (James L. Johnson House), 545 Canyon Road

525 East Palace Ave., 525 East Palace Ave.

601 1/2 Paseo de Peralta (Sara Melton House), 601 1/2 Paseo de Peralta

Acequia Madre (Mother Ditch), See description

Acequias - General, see description

Aqua Fria Village,

Jose Alarid House, 338 East de Vargas

Barrio de Analco, Santa Fe Trail and East de Vargas

Archeology

Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Passenger Depot, 410 South Guadalupe Street

Mary Austin

Mary Austin House, 439 Camino del Monte Sol

Bakos House, Camino del Monte Sol

Adolph F. Bandelier

Barrio de Torreon, See the report

Barrio de Guadalupe, See description

Gustave Baumann House, 409 Camino de las Animas

Berardinelli Building, 145 Washington Ave.

Elizabeth and Henry Berchtold House, 213 East Marcy Street

A. M. Bergere House, 135 Grant Aveneue

Big Jo's Lumber/Eldorado Hotel, 309 West San Francisco Street

Borrego House, 724 Canyon Road

Bouquet Ranch, Route 1, Box 204

Boyle House, 327 East de Vargas

Edwin Brooks House (Fremont Ellis House), 553 Canyon Road

Brownmoor School, Santa Fe

Building Types and Materials

Bunting, Bainbridge, Bunting

Burro Alley

Businesses in Santa Fe - General

Witter Bynner House, 342 East Buena Vista

Camino del Monte Sol Historical District, Camino del Monte Sol neighborhood

J.S. Candelario "Original Old Curio Store", 201 West San Francisco

Canyon Road, Canyon Road

602 & 610 Canyon Road Houses, 602 & 610 Canyon Road

Upper Canyon Road Historic District, Upper Canyon Road

La Castrense, 68 E. San Francisco Street

Cathedral Park, Corner Palace Ave. & Cathedral Place

Catron Block, 53 Old Santa Fe Trail

Christmas in Santa Fe

Churches in Northern New Mexico,

Adelaida Cienfuego

Cinco Pintores

Willard Clark

Mary Colter

La Conquistadora/Our Lady of Peace, St. Francis Cathedral

John Conron

Coronado Building, 141 East Palace

Calle Corvo, 515 Calle Corvo

Georgio Crespin House, 132 East de Vargas

Cristo Rey Catholic Church, 1120 Canyon Road

Cross of the Martyrs (the original cross), Paseo de la Cuma

Curtin & Paloheimo Families

Bronson M Cutting House, 908 Old Santa Fe Trail

Randall Davey House & Studio, 1800 Upper Canyon Road

Manuel Delgado House, 403 Canyon Road

205 Delgado, 205 Delgado

Felipe B. Delgado House, 124 West Palace Avenue

Delgado-Hare House, 401 Delgado Street

Development/developers

Margretta Stewart Dietrich

Digneo-Valdes House, 1231 Paseo de Peralta

Digneo-Moore House, 1233 Paseo de Peralta

The Dodge Bailey House, Old Santa Fe Trail

Don Gaspar Historic District, Don Gaspar Street area

Doodlet's, 120 Don Gaspar

Harry H. Dorman House, 707 Old Santa Fe Trail

Dunn, Dorothy

B. B. Dunne

Eastside Historic Neighborhood, Canyon Road area

El Paseo Theatre Building, West San Francisco St.

Robert N. Enfield House, 550 E. Alameda

Espanola, Espanola

Exxon Gas Station, 201 Washington

Fairview Cemetery, 1134 Cerrillos Road

Fashion/Clothes

Fechin House

Fenyes Curtin House, 614 Acequia Madre

Field House, 2 Cerro Gordo

Bill Field

Fiesta in Santa Fe

First Ward Schoolhouse, 400 Canyon Road

Fort Marcy Officer's Residence (Edgar L. Hewett House), 116 Lincoln Avenue

Fort Marcy, NE Heights of Santa Fe

Padre Gallegos House, 227-237 Washington Avenue

Garcia-Stevenson House, 408 Delgado Lane / 522 Acequia Madre

Garfield Apartments, Garfield/Guadalupe Street

Leon Gaspard

Carlos Gilbert School, 300 block of Griffin

Boris Gilbertson 1907 - 1982

Alexander Girard

Francis Gormly Barn, off Canyon Road

Peter Gould

Gross, Kelly Company Warehouse, 430 West Manhattan

Growth in Santa Fe

Guadalupe Chapel/Church/Santuario, Agua Fria Street/100 Guadalupe

Santuario de Guadalupe, 100 Guadalupe St.

Harvey Girls

Hayt-Wientge Mansion, 620 Paseo de la Cuma

William Penhallow Henderson House (Northup House), 555 Camino del Monte Sol

Hesch House, 324-326 Read Street

Hilton Inn/Hotel

Francisca Hinojos House, 355 East Palace Avenue

Historic Preservation

Historic Santa Fe Foundation's History

Hollenback House, north of sunmount

Holy Faith Church, 311 E. Palace

Hotels

Oliver P. Hovey House (Pinckney R. Tully House), 136 Griffin Street at Grant Avenue

The Pinckney R. Tully House, 136 Grant Avenue

Howes House

Ishmael Sparks House, 222 Shelby Street

J.B. Jackson

Jailhouse Ranch, Route 1, Box 204

Dr. Myra Ellen Jenkins

Louann Jordan

Adolph Bandelier House (Kaune-Bandelier House), 352 East de Vargas

Kennicott, Robert

Kopp House, 501 Rio Grande Ave.

La Esquina

La Cienega

Oliver La Farge

John Pen La Farge

La Fonda Hotel, 100 E. San Francisco Street

La Verada Area, East Palace area

Laboratory of Anthropology, Director's Residence, 750 Camino Lejo

Archbishop Lamy's Chapel, The Bishop's Lodge Resort, Bishop's Lodge Road

Archbishop Lamy's Chapel, North Bishops Lodge Road

Archbishop Lamy's Gardens, be\tween the Cathedral and Alameda Street

Las Vegas, New Mexico

Lensic Theatre

142 Lincoln Avenue, 142 Lincoln Ave.

Living Treasures

Roque Lobato House, 311 Washington Avenue

Sylvia Loomis Correspondence 1962-1966, Loomis

Sylvia Loomis

Loretto Chapel, 219 Old Santa Fe Trail

Loretto, The Inn at, 211 Old Santa Fe Trail

Los Luceros

Lynch Wofford Ranch, 3094 Agua Fria Road

Tommy Macaione

Madtsen/Madtson House*, 418 Canyon Road

Manderfield House, College Street

Manderfield Mausoleum, Rosario Cemetery - 499 Guadalupe

435 East Manhattan, 435 East Manhattan

Maps

Marian Hall, East Palace Avenue

Matias Martinez Farm, 1500 Upper Canyon Road

Maytag Mansion, Off Tano Road

Alexander G. & Katherine McKenzie-Irvine House, 310 McKenzie Street

John Gaw Meem

Faith B. Meem

Meem Auditorium, Camino Lejo

Miss Fertility, Batam Building

Murals

Museum of Fine Arts, Palace and Lincoln Avenues

National Cemetery

National Park Service Building, Old Santa Fe Trail

New Deal, New Deal

New Mexico Supreme Court Building, 237 Don Gaspar Avenue

Nolli Plan of Santa Fe

Nuestra Senora de Luz Church and Cemetery, entrance to Apache Canyon

Nusbaum House, Southeast corner or Washington Ave. and Nusbaum St

Georgia O'Keeffe

Old Santa Fe Association

Old Santa Fe Public Library, Washington Ave.

The Oldest House, 215 East DeVargas St.(west portion)

Organizations/Associations

Antonio Jose Ortiz House (The Ortiz Property), 306-308 West San Francisco

Nicholas Ortiz III House (The Ortiz Property), 322 1/2 West San Francisco

Concha Ortiz y Pino de Kleven

Other Sites in Santa Fe: M - Z

Other Sites in Santa Fe: A - L

Other Sites (outside Santa Fe)

Nathaniel Owings

Palace of the Governors, Palace Avenue, on the Plaza

Palace Court Building, corner of Palace and Grant Avenues

Sheldon Parsons House & Studio, 3 & 5 Cerro Gordo

De La Pena House, 831 El Caminito

People of Santa Fe

Perez Monument, Agua Fria

Pigeon's Ranch, Near Pecos

The Plaza

Plaza Chamisal, 440 Acequia Madre

Frank Lloyd Wright's "Pottery House", Ridge above Gonzales Rd.

Powder House, Galisteo Street & Camino de los Marquez

Juan Jose Prada House, 519 Canyon Road

George Cuyler Preston House, 106 Faithway Street

El Puente De Los Hidalgos (Bridge of the Noblemen), Grant Ave. over Arroyo Mascaras

Rael House, 667 Canyon Road

El Rancho Viejo

Ben Read House, 309 Read St.

Reredos of Our Lady of Light, Cristo Rey Church

Lynn Riggs House, 774 Acequia Madre

Rios, Jesus, Monte Sol

Rodriguez House, 616 Canyon Road

Juan Rodriquez House, Cerro Gordo and Gonzales Streets - 1005 E. Alameda

Rosario Chapel and Cemetery, Corner of Paseo de Peralta and Guadalupe

Ignacio Roybal House, Jacona Plaza, Route 5, Box 230

Olive Rush Studio, 630 Canyon Road

Saint Michael's Dormitory (Lamy Building), Old Santa Fe Trail

Salmon-Greer House, 505 Don Gaspar

San Miguel Chapel (San Miguel Mission), College and DeVargas Streets

La Capilla De San Ysidro Labrador (Chapel of San Ysidro, the Plowman) (Lopez Chapel), 1200 Block of Cerro Gordo Road, West of Rim Road

Santa Fe (History), Santa Fe

Santa Fe Historic Styles Ordinance, Santa Fe

Santa Fe - General Description and History

Santa Fe County Camp Stoney, Santa Fe

Santa Fe Historic Building Inventory, Santa Fe

Santa Fe Historic Ordinance, Santa Fe

Santa Fe Ridgetop Ordinance, Santa Fe

Santa Fe Plaza Archeological Report, Santa Fe

Santa Fe Plaza Obelisk, Santa Fe

Santa Fe Historic Historic Design Review Board, Santa Fe

Santa Fe River

"Old" Santa Fe Trail

Albert Schmidt

School of American Research, 660 Garcia

Schools - General

Scottish Rite Temple, 463 Paseo de Peralta

Scottish Rite Temple, 463 Paseo de Peralta

Second Ward Schoolhouse, 312 Sandoval

Seligman Family, Seligman

Arias de Quiros Site (Sena Plaza), 107-117 East Palace Avenue; 125-137 East Palace Av

Sena Plaza, 125 East Palace Avenue

Seton Village, 6 miles southeast of Santa Fe, off US Route 84-85

Eugenie Shonnard House, 1411 Paseo de Peralta

John Sloan,

F. Leonard Smith House (The Pink House), 334 Garcia Street

Willi Spiegelberg House, 237 East Palace

Martin and Florence Spitz-Gardesky House, 700 Paseo de Peralta

St. Catherine's Indian School, 801 Griffin St.

St. Francis Cathedral, Cathedral Place

"Old" St. Vincent's Hospital / Bokum Building,

Stewart, Dorothy

Katherine Stinson Otero

Stone Warehouse, 316 Guadalupe Street

Streets/Roads

Taos

Ernest "Tap" Tapley

Tesuque

El Toro, 215 Rosario St.

Trees

Roque Tudesqui House (East Section), 131 and 135 East de Vargas

Dona Tules (Gertrudes Barcelo)

United States Court House, South Federal Place

Alan Vedder

Carlos Vierra House, 1002 Old Pecos Trail

Donaciano Vigil House, 518 Alto Street

Villagra Building, Capitol Complex

Irene Von Horvath House, 728 Canyon Road

Frank Waters

W. San Francisco Neighborhood, San Francisco St. west of North Guadalupe

Wheelwright Museum, 704 Camino Lejo

Francis C. Wilson House, 316 Buena Vista

Santa Fe Woman's Exchange

Professor J.A. Wood House, 511 Armijo Street

Carrie Wooster Tingley

Inventory of El Zaguán Apartments, Zaguán

El Zaguán (from Dietrich files) 1961, Zaguán

 

 

Bulletin Articles

Wm Penhallow Henderson House

Jose Alarid House

Chapel of Our Lady of Light

George Cuyler Preston House

Fort Marcy Officer’s Residence

Rosario Altar Screen

Hayt-Wientge Mansion

El Zaguán

Terms to Know in Historic Santa Fe

A. M. Bergere House

Second Ward School

Eugenie Shonnard House

Willi Spiegelberg House

Digneo-Valdez House

Carlos Vierra House

First Ward School

Santa Fe’s First Park

Ignancio de Roybal House

Two Canyon Road Homes

Sister Carlann Retires

Manderfield Mausoleum

Barrio de Analco

Loretto Chapel Harmonium

Report of the Governor of New Mexico 1901

Professor J. A. Wood House

Harmonium Update

Powder House

Restructuring the Santa Fe Plaza

Only One May Be Oldest

West Side Story

Civic Reform in Santa Fe, 1845

La Corte Building Update

New-Old Santa Fe Style of 1915

Tourist’s Lament

Winter in Taos

Instant Old Town in Texas

Las Acequias: JGM and the Spanish Pueblo Revival

Bogus is Replacing Genuine Santa Fe

Fairview Cemetery

Economic Benefits of Rehabilitation

Canoncito Church Needs Repair

Meem Prize to Student from St. Catherine Indian School

Loretto: the Sisters and Their Santa Fe Chapel

Donaciano Vigil House

Santa Fe Architectural History Inventory

Santa Fe Women’s Ensemble-Christmas Concert

Christmas Lighting Contest

Walled Solidarity: the Salmon-Greer House

Anita Gonzales Thomas Remembers

History of the Catron Block

Archbishop Lamy’s Chapel

Roque Tudesqui House-the Foundation Agrees to a Major Purchase of a Historic House

Bronson M. Cutting House

Further on the Lamy Chapel

Camino del Monte Sol Historic District

Zoning Pains

Standards for Construction Projects Outside the Historic Districts

Miraculous Staircase of the Loretto Chapel of Our Lady of Light

Faith Meem Memorial

Gross, Kelly and Company’s Santa Fe Warehouse

Respectful Rehabilitation

Benjamin Read House

Roque Tudesqui House

Tourism Could Hurt Tourism

Randal Davey House

Alan C. Vedder 1912-1989

Foundation Supports Plaza Archaeological Dig

Gustave Baumann House

Canyon Association

Let’s Honor the Vandal of the Year

Plaquing Santa Fe Historic Property

Santa Fe Railway’s Santa Fe Passenger Depot

Santa Fe’s Railroad Era Plaza

Long May It Flow

City of Santa Fe Historic Design Ordinance

10 Restorer’s Do’s & Don’ts

Historic Neighborhood Association

Witter Bynner House

Old Don Gaspar Neighborhood Association

Seton Village – Landmark at Risk

Gang Members as Tour Guides

Frank Leonard Smith House

Museum of Fine Arts Plaqued for 75th Anniversary

Kaune Bandelier House

Future of Santa Fe

Memories of Myra Ellen Jenkins

Sheldon Parsons House and Studio

Canyon Road, 1918-1919

Santa Fe, 1918-1919

Acequia Madre Ditch Association

Neighborhood Coalition

HSFF Registry

Cross of the Martyrs

Wientge House Photos Donated to Foundation

Donna Quasthoff – Volunteer Extraordinaire

Arroyo Chamiso Neighborhood Assoc.

Chimayo Revisited

Woolworth’s Stays for Now

NM Heritage Preservation Alliance Formed

Glimpse into Santa Fe’s Past

Nuestra Senora de la Luz Church & Cemetery

Historic Guadalupe Neighborhood Association

San Isidro and His Grotto

Donaciano Vigil House Transferred to HSFF Ownership

Diary of an Old House

Longevity, Harmony and Interesting Disasters

Jim McBride, Volunteer Extraordinare

Santa Fe Trail Lives Again!

HSFF Honors Indian School Teacher

1997 Board of Directors

James L Johnson House

Diary of an Old House

Saturday Docents at El Zaguán

In Memory

Santa Fe Architecture 1881

Orphans, Ghost & Seven Burros

San Isidro Feast Day

Historic Preservation Easements Come to HSFF

Fourth graders Tour Santa Fe

Edwin Brooks House

Diary of an Old House

John Gaw Meem and NM’s Historic American Buildings Survey

Fairview Cemetery Update

Pictorial History Garden at El Zaguán

Fray Angelico Chavez Photographic Archive and Library

Roque Tudesqui House

Diary of an Old House

Gustave Baumann House

Santa Fe’s Acequia Madre

Study in Perseverance or the Acequia Madre Has More Power than the President of the U.S.`

Tar’ea

Historic Neighborhood Association

Old Place Demands More Space

Community Preserves Cristo Rey Church

News HSFF in the Community

Harry Howard Dorman House

Sally Hyer Kristin Volunteer Extraordinaire

Then and Now

A Martyr to Progress; the Tin Roof Comes to New Mexico

Interview with Bob Hilgendorf Owner of the Irvine House

Scandal of Miss Fertility

 

HSFF Library

  • Death Comes for the Archbishop © 1927, Willa Cather

  • Laughing Boy © 1929, Oliver La Farge

  • The Man with the Calabash Pipe © 1966, Oliver La Farge

  • Literature and Dialectical Materialism © 1934, John Strachey

  • The Old Neighborhood © 1999, Ray Suarez (signed)

  • The Death and Life of Great American Cities © 1992, Jane Jacobs

  • Discovering the Vernacular Landscape © 1984, John Brinckerhoff Jackson

  • Pictorial New Mexico © 1949 1st Print, George Fitzpatrick

  • The Missions of New Mexico, 1776 © 1956, Eleanor Adams & Fray Angelico Chavez

  • The Missons of New Mexico Since 1776 © 1980, John L. Kessell

  • Religious Architecture of New Mexico © 1962 , George Kubler

  • Of Earth and Timbers Made New Mexico Architecture © 1974, Bainbridge Bunting

  • The Historic Preservation Program For New Mexico Vol. II Inventory © 1973, NM Planning Office

  • Historic Preservation - a plan for New Mexico © 1971 , NM Planning Office

  • Lost Examples of Colonial Architecture © 1963, John Mead Howells

  • Old Santa Fe Today 3rd Edition © 1982, Historic Santa Fe Foundation

  • Old Santa Fe Today  © 1966, Historic Santa Fe Foundation

  • New Mexico Magazine January 1979 ,

  • The Penitente Moradas of Abiquiu © 1968, Richard E Ahlborn

  • Pueblo On the Mesa © 1939, Dorthy Hughes

  • New Mexico Quarterly Spring 1967,

  • Landmarks of New Mexico 3rd Edition © 1953, Edgar L. Hewett & Wayne L. Mauzy

  • Old Santa Fe Today 4th Edition © 1991 , Historic Santa Fe Foundation

  • The Navajo Indians and Federal Indian Policy © 1968, Lawrence C. Kelly

  • The Spanish-Americans of New Mexico © 1967, Nancie L. Gonzalez

  • The Tourist Historic City © 1990, G.J. Ashworth & J.E. Tunbridge

  • A History of New Mexico Gaspar Perez de Villagra © 1962, Translated by Gilberto Espinosa

  • An Annoteated Bibliography of Spanish Folklore in New Mexico and Southern Colorado, Marjorie F. Tully & Juan B. Rael

  • Spanish Mission Churches of New Mexico © 1915, L. Brandford Prince

  • El Cuaderno (De Vez en Cuando) © 1976,

  • Resources of New Mexico for the Territorial Fair Albuquerque 1881, Bureau of Immigration

  • New Mexico Historic Documents © 1975, Richard N. Ellis

  • El Santuario de Chimayo © 1956, The Spanish Colonial Arts Society, Inc.

  • Within Adobe Walls; A Santa Fe Journal © 2001, Edited by Corinne P. Sze

  • A Brief History of New Mexico © 1974, Myra Ellen Jenkins & Albert H. Schroeder

  • El Cuaderno (De Vez en Cuando) © 1973 Vol. 3 # 1 Winter,

  • Destiny at Valverde: The Life and Death of Alexander McRae © 1992, Marion Cox Grinstead

  • Entre Verde y Seco © 1972, Edited by Estevan Arellano

  • The People of the Saints , George Mills

  • Witchcraft in the Southwest Spanish and Indian Supernaturalism on the Rio Grande © 1974, Marc Simmons

  • The New Mexico State Capitol 1963-1980 , Architects Associated

  • Two Guadalupes Hispanic Legends and Magic Tales from Northern New Mexico © 1987, Marta Weigle

  • The Royal City © 1988, Les Savage Jr.

  • The Last Cowboys Closing the Open Range in SE New Mexico 1890's-1920's © 1993, Connie Brooks

  • New Mexico's Historic Places - The Guide to National & State Register Sites © 2000, Marci L. Riskin

  • Four Leagues of Pecos A Legal History of the Pecos Grant, 1800-1933 © 1984, G. Emlen Hall

  • From Hacienda to Bungalow Northern NM Houses 1850-1912 © 1988, Agnesa Lufkin Reeve

  • Santa Fe the city different © 1973 first edition, Justine Thomas & David King

  • Hispanic Crafts of the Southwest © 1977, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center

  • American Adobes - Rural Houses of Northern New Mexico © 1986, Beverley Spears

  • Pueblo Deco the art deco architecture of the southwest © 1984, Marcus Whiffen and Carla Breeze

  • The Archbishop's Cathedral © 1994, Carl Sheppard

  • En Divina Luz - The Penitente Moradas of New Mexico © 1994, Michael Wallis & Craig Varjabedian (signed)

  • Southwestern Lore © 1965, J. Frank Dobie

  • The Building of Castillo de San Marcos © 1977, Luis Rafael Arana & Albert Manucy

  • The Missions of Northern Sonara a 1935 Field Documentation © 1933 , Edited by Buford Pickens

  • John Gaw Meem Southwestern Architect © 1983, Bainbridge Bunting

  • John Gaw Meem Pioneer in Historic Preservation © 1985, Beatrice Chauvenet

  • Entrada The Legacy of Spain & Mexico in the United States © 1994, Bernard L. Fontana

  • Tijerina Land Grant Conflict in New Mexico © 1968, Michael Jenkinson

  • The Last Conquistador Jaun De Onate and the Settling of the Far Southwest © 1991, Marc Simmons

  • Coronado's Children © 1930, J. Frank Dobie

  • Adobe Architecture Conservation Handbook, Cornerstones Community Partnership

  • San Cristobal Petroglyphs, Agnes C. Sims

  • Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment fo Historic Properties , U.S. Department of the Interior

  • Development Potentials of the Northern New Mexico Uplands © 1962, Peter van Dresser

  • Nebraska Recollections © 1957, Margretta Stewart Dietrich

  • My Name is Santa Fe and the call me The City Different © 1991, Rosina Ransom Rodriguez

  • New Mexico Blue Book © 1967, Ernestine D. Evans

  • The Dorthy Newkirk Stewart Memorial Collection © 1957,

  • New Mexico Recollections II © 1961, Margretta Stewart Dietrich

  • New Mexico Recollections I   © 1959, Margretta Stewart Dietrich

  • Archeology at the Bandelier Garden, Judy Reed

  • El Palacio Volume 77 #1 © 1970, Museum of New Mexico

  • El Rancho De Las Golondrinas Spanish Colonial Life In New Mexico, Louann Jordan & St. George Cooke

  • Art and Archaeology The Arts Throughout the Ages Vol. XVIII # 5,6 © December 1924

  • New Mexico Historical Review April 1965,  Eleanor B. Adams

  • New Mexico's State Parks and how to get to them, State Park and Recreation Commission

  • La Fonda The In of Santa Fe © 1964, Peter Hertzog

  • The Museum of New Mexico Its History and Functions © 1953,

  • El Palacio Las Posadas Volume 75 #4 Winter 1968, Museum of New Mexico

  • El Palacio Volume 63 #4 April 1956, Museum of New Mexico

  • New Mexico Santos How to Name Them © 1966, E. Boyd & Francis Breese

  • New Mexico Historical Review October 1965, Eleanor Adams 

  • New Mexico Historical Review Volume 38 #1 January 1963, Frank D Reeve

  • Voices From a Sacred Place - In Defense of Petoglyph National Monument © 1998

  • Flowers of the Southwest Mesas © 1951, Pauline M. Patraw

  • Flowers of the Southwest Deserts © 1951, Natt N. Dodge

  • Tumacacori's Yesterdays © 1951, Earl Jackson

  • Archaeology and the Colonial Gardener © 1974, Audrey Noel Hume

  • New Mexico Recollections Chapters I and II © 1959, Margretta Stewart Dietrich

  • New Mexico Magazine July 1951,

  • Around Here The Southwest in Picture and Story  Volume 9 #1 ©1951

  • Healing Herbs of the Upper Rio Grande © 1947, L.S.M. Curtin

  • Hornacinas Niches & Corners of Mexico City © 1933 #11/100, Dorthy N. Stewart

  • Facing Southwest the life & houses of John Gaw Meem © 2001, Chris Wilson

  • Secret Gardens of Santa Fe © 2004, Sydney LeBlnc & Charles Mann

  • Santa Fe Houses & Gardens, Sue Daley & Steve Gross

  • New Mexico Architecture March-April 1978, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture November-December 1977, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture July-August 1977, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture May-June 1977, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture March-April 1979, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture January-February 1979, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture July-August 1978, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture May-June 1978, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture July-August 1972, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture May-June 1972, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture March-April 1972, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture January-February 1972, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture November-December 1971, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture November-December 1978, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture September-October 1971, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture July-August 1971, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture March-April 1971, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture May-June 1971, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture November-December 1970, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture July-August 1970, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture March-April 1970, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture May-June 1970, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture January-February 1976, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture March-April 1977, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture September-October 1975, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture July-August 1975, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture May-June 1975, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture March-April 1975, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture January-February 1969, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture September-October 1978, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture November-December 1974, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture September-October 1972, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture November-December 1972, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture January-February 1973, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture March-April 1973, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture July-August 1973, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture September-October 1973, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture November-December 1973, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture January-February 1974, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture March-April 1974, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture May-June 1974, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture July-August 1974, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture September-October 1974, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture November-December 1974, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture January-February 1975, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture July-August 1979, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture September-October 1979, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture May-June 1979, NM Society of Architects

  • New Mexico Architecture January 1960, New Mexico Architecture

  • Santa Fe Historic Plaza Study I with translations from Spanish Colonial Documents © 1990, Linda Tigges Editor

  • Historic Preservation Program for New Mexico Vol. II Interim Report © 1973, State Planning Office

  • Preservation Magazine March/April 2002, National Trust for Historic Preservation

  • General Management Plan National Park Service Old Santa Fe Trail Building © 2001, Intermountain Support Offices

  • New Mexican Folklore of the Rio Abajo © 1972, Tibo Chavez

  • Historic Las Vegas, New Mexico: Along the Santa Fe Trail, Citizens' Committee for Historic Preservation

  • Abiquiu and Don Cacahuate: A Folk History of a New Mexican Village © 1973, Gilberto Benito Cordova

  • New Mexico Architecture September-October 1970, NM Society of Architects

  • Landscape Winter 1965-1966 Volume 15, #2,

  • Landscape Spring 1965 Volume 14, #3,

  • Landscape Autumn 1965 Volume 15 # 1,

  • Landscape Winter 1961-62 Volume 11 #2,

  • Landscape Spring 1966 Volume 15 #3,

  • Landscape Winter 1966-67 Volume 16 #2,

  • Landscape Spring 1968 Volume 17 #3,

  • America's Forgotten Architecture © 1974, Tony P. Wrenn & Elizabeth D Mulloy

  • Historic Building Inventory Manual: A Citizen's Guide to Conducting Architectural Survey In Santa Fe © 1997, Planning Division City of Santa Fe

  • The Business Capitol District Handbook © 1990, City of Santa Fe

  • Camino Del Monte Sol Architectural Historic Survey © 1984, City of Santa Fe

  • The Palace of The Governors © 1972, J.K. Shishkin

  • Guadalupe Neighborhoos Historic Survey © 1981, Earl Cordova

  • El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro National Historic Trail © 2002 , National Park Service

  • Space Adrift Saving Urban Landmarks through the Chicago Plan © 1974, John J. Costonis

  • Suburban Nation © 2000 , A. Duany, E. Plater-Zyberk, J. Speck

  • Adobe and Rammed Earth Buildings Design and Construction © 1998, Paul Graham McHenry JR

  • A Neighborhood Plan © 1986, Historic Neighborhood Association

  • Santa Fe Historic Plaza Study II Plaza Excavation Final Report © 1990, City of Santa Fe

  • IRMS - Integrated Resource Management System,

  • Preserving the Past For the Future A Workshop on NM Cultural Properties Preservation Easements

  • History of the Los Luceros Ranch © 2000, Corinne P. Sze

  • Leading New Mexico to a More Livable Future © 2002, NM Coalition for a Livable Future

  • Record of Decision Santa Fe Municipal Watershed Project, USDA

  • Don Gaspar Architectural Historic Survey © 1983, City of Santa Fe

  • Standard Method for Measuring Floor Area In Office Buildings © 1996, Building Owners and Managers Association International

  • Historic Districts Handbook A Guide to Historic Preservation and Design Regulations in Santa Fe © 1989, City of Santa Fe

  • El Zaguan The James L. Johnson House © 1997, Corinne P. Sze

  • Window Restoration Workshop © 2002, Historic Santa Fe Foundation

  • Historic Santa Fe Foundation El Zaguan Docent Information © 1998,

  • Standards for Restoration & Guidelines for Restoring Historic Buildings (photocopied)

  • Deed of Blood, Dan McDaniel

  • Historic Window Preservation Information (Old House Journal), Sara Melton Collection

  • Santa Fe, New Mexico Land Subdivision Regultions © 1975, Planning Division City of Santa Fe

  • Water & Growth In the Santa Fe Area Framing the Issues © 1975, Thaw Charitable Trust

  • Water Supply Options © 2001, Santa Fe Land Use Resource Center

  • Long Term Water Supply and Demand In The Santa Fe Economic Area © 1995, Santa Fe Northwest Advisory Council

  • Santa Fe City and County Water Forum © 1995, Thaw Charitable Trust

  • The Archeology of Santa Fe: A Background Report © 1988, Michael L. Elliott

  • They Myth of Santa Fe Creatign A Modern Regional Tradition ©1997, Chris Wilson

  • Vision Santa Fe Comprehensive General Plan Goals & Policies © 1989, Planning Division City of Santa Fe

  • The History and Archaeology of the Historic Fort Marcy Earthworks Santa Fe, NM © 1996, Edited by Mary June-el Piper

  • The New York Times Magazine May 21st 2006,

  • Santa Fe Downtown Vision Plan © 2007, Downtown Vision Plan Committee

  • Architectural Design Review Handbook © 1990, City of Santa Fe

  • The Historic Santa Fe Trail Inventory Study © 1991, Michael E. Pitel and Linda Tigges

  • Preservation Magazine January/February 2007, National Trust for Historic Preservation

  • La Herencia Volume 48 Winter 205,

  • US / ICOMOS Newsletter #2 April-June2002,

  • The Home Of the Future Article - Architecture Boston March - April 2007, James Hadley

  • Santa Fe Historic Neighborhood Study © 1988, Corinne P. Sze & Beverley Spears

  • The Santa Fe Acequia Systems © 1988, David H. Snow

  • Gilmer Map 1846,

  • Design & Preservation In Santa Fe: A Pluralistic Approach © 1977, Planning Division City of Santa Fe

  • Historic Preservatin Planning: Current Projects & Programmatic Accomplishments, Planning Division City of Santa Fe

  • Archeological Districts Handbook © 1988, City of Santa Fe

  • Historic Santa Fe Trail Map © 1992, Planning Division City of Santa Fe

  • Archeological Districts Handbook © 1991, City of Santa Fe

  • Eastside Historic Streetscapes © 1989, Marlys Bush Thurber

  • Westside-Guadalupe Streetscape and Design Ordinance Report © 1987, Beverley Spears

  • Plaza Area Composite from the Urrutia, Gilmer, and Harmann Maps , City of Santa Fe

  • Historic Structures Survey Map No. 2 1983-1985, City of Santa Fe

  • Project Mannual Plaster/Paint and Wood Trim Repair Proects El Zaguan © 1991, Dale. F. Zinn

  • Historic Structures Survey Map No. 1 1983-1985, City of Santa Fe

  • Old Houses © 1992, Steve Gross & Susan Daley

  • Historic Preservation a plan for new mexico © 1971, State Planning Office

  • The Power to Preserve © 1996, Thomas Merlan and James P. Bieg

  • Preventing Cultural Resources Destruction Taking Action Through Interpretation © 1992, Jan S. Ryan

  • Help for the Small Museum - Handbook of Exhibit Ideas and Methods © 1969, Arminta Neal

  • National Register Bulletin 16A © 1991, U.S. Department of the Interior

  • National Register Bulletin 15 © 1995, U.S. Department of the Interior

  • National Register Bulletin 16B © 1991, U.S. Department of the Interior

  • Appraising Historic Properties , Judith Reynolds

  • The Economics of Historic Preservation A Community Leader's Guide © 2005, Donovan D. Rypkema

  • National Register Bulletin 24 © 1977, U.S. Department of the Interior

  • Establishing and Operating an Easement Program to Protect Historic Resources , Elizabeth Watson & Stefan Nagel

  • Cultural Resource Management Volume 25 No. 2002, U.S. Department of the Interior

  • Starting with Staff - A Guide for the Nonprofit Board, Christine Graham

  • Board Development for Nonprofit Preservation Organizatoins, Marc Smiley

  • Personnel Issues for Preservation Nonprofit Organizations - Information Series No. 79 1994

  • Steering Nonprofits: Advice for Boards and Staffs - Informations Series No. 54 1991

  • Preservation Information , National Trust for Historic Preservation

  • Keeping Time - The History and Theory of Preservation in America © 1993, William J. Murtagh

  • Starting Right - A Basic Guide To Museum Planning © 1986, Gerald George & Cindy Sherrell-Leo

  • Leadership for the Future © 1991, Edited by Bryant F. Tolles, Jr.

  • The Board Member's Book © 1985, Brian O'Connell

  • Governing Boards © 1990, Cyril O. Houle

  • A Primer for Local Historical Societies © 1991, Laurence R. Pizer

  • Historic Preservatin Law © 1957, Jacob H. Morrison

  • Past Meets Future Saving America's Historic Environments © 1992, National Trust for Historic Preservation

  • Recreating the Historic House Interior © 1988, William Seale

  • Respectful Rehabilitation © 1982, National Trust for Historic Preservation

  • Caring for Your Old House © 1991, Judith L. Kitchen

  • Architects Make Zigzags Looking at Architecture form A to Z, National Trust for Historic Preservation

  • Conservation Options A Landowner's Guide © 1993, Land Trust Alliance

  • Preservation Easements, Maryland Historical Trust

  • To Preserve a Heritage Conservation Easements © 1992, Maryland Environmental Trust

  • Historical Preservation Forum September/October 1993 Volume 71 Number 5

  • Houses and Homes Exploring Their History © 1987, Barbara J. Howe, Dolores A. Fleming, Emory L. Kemp, and Ruth Ann Overbeck

  • Local History How To Gather It, Write It, and Publish It © 1944, Bertha E. Joesphson

  • An American Heritage Guide Historic Houses of America © 1971,

  • Taxco The Enchanted Hill Town 3rd Edition © 1965, Leslie C. De Figueroa

  • Ancient Civilizations of Mexico and Central America 2nd edition © 1922, Herbert J. Spinden

  • Second Hoeing © 1935, Hope Williams Sykes

  • 11 NCNB Governance Series Booklet - The Role of the Board Chairperson © 1992, Eugene C. Dorsey

  • 12 NCNB Governance Series Booklet - Smarter Board Meetings: For Effective Nonprofit Governance  © 1992, Robert K. Mueller

  • 14 NCNB Governance Series Booklet - Board Assessment of the Organization: How are we Doing? © 1992, Peter Szanton

  • 10 NCNB Governance Series Booklet - Planning Successful Board Retreats: A Guide for Board Members and Chief Executives © 1992, Bary S. Bader

  • 8 NCNB Governance Series Booklet -  Understanding Nonprofit Financial Statements: A Primer for Board Members © 1992, John Paul Dalsimer

  • 7 NCNB Governance Series Booklet -  Board Passages: Three Key Stages In a Nonprofit Board's Life Cycle © 1992, Karl Mathiasen III

  • 6 NCNB Governance Series Booklet -  Strategic Planning and the Nonprofit Board © 1992, Davney G. Park Jr

  • 1 NCNB Governance Series Booklet -  Ten Basic Responsibilities of Nonprofit Boards © 1992, Richard T. Ingram

  • Identifying American Architecture A Pictoral Guide to Styles and Terms 1600-1945 © 1977, John J.-G. Blumenson

  • Preservation Easements - A Legal Mechanism for Protecting Cultural Resources © 1984, The State Historical Society of Colorado

  • Historic Preservation Easements - A Directory of Historic Preservation Easement Holding Organizations, U.S. Department of the Interior

  • Easements and Other Legal Techniques To Protect Historic Houses In Private Ownership © 1981, Thomas Coughlin

  • The Conservation Easement Handbook © 1988, Janet Diehl & Thomas S. Barrett

  • Recording Historic Structures © 1989, Edited by John A. Burns

  • Preservation November / December 2004, National Trust for Historic Preservation

  • Preservation September / October 2004, National Trust for Historic Preservation

  • Forum News September / October 2004 Volume XI No.1, National Trust Forum

  • Preservation May / June 2005, National Trust for Historic Preservation

  • Forum journal Summer 2005 Volume 19 No.4, National Trust Forum

  • Forum Journal Winter 2005 Volume 19 No 2, National Trust Forum

  • Who Was Haniel Long, John R. Slater

  • on fertile ground 2006 report to the Community , New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs

  • Chavez A Distinctive American Clan of New Mexico © 1989, Fray Angelico Chavez

  • The Pueblo Revival Architecture of John Gaw Meem © 1989, Edited by William E. Tydeman

  • Santa Fe National Historic Trail comprehensive management and use plan © 1990, U.S. Department of the Interior

  • Santa Fe Trail National Historic Trail © 1993, Southwest Parks and Monuments Association

  • Wayside Exhibit Guidelines The ABC's of Planning, Design, and Fabrication © 1998, U.S. Department of the Interior

  • Santa Fe A Pictorial History © 1983, John Sherman

  • Forever New Mexico Heartfelt Images from the Land of Enchantment © 2004, Arnold Vigil

  • Archaeological and Historical Research of "la Ortra Banda" © 1991, Southwest Archaelogical Consultants Inc

  • Stories Behind The Street Names of Albuquerque, Santa Fe, & Taos © 1994, Donald A. Gill

  • Santa Fe The Autobiography of a Southwestern Town © 1959, Oliver La Farge

  • Artists of the Canyons and Caminos santa fe, the early years © 1982, Edna Robertson and Sarah Nestor

  • Walks in Literary Santa Fe A Guide to Landmarks, Legends, and Lore © 2007, Barbara Harrelson

  • Santa Fe A Historical Walking Tour © 2000, Jon Hunner, Shirley Lail, Pedro Dominquez, Darren Court, Lucinda Silva

  • Artists of Santa Fe © 1969, C.R. Wenzell

  • Tierra Dulce Reminiscences from the Jesse Nusbaum Papers © 1980 , Rosemary Nusbaum

  • Los Pastores © 1933 #6, Mary R. Van Stone and Louise Morris

  • Guide Book & Street Map to Historic Santa Fe The City Different © 1965

  • The Santa Fean Easter Number 1941,

  • Old Santa Fe and Vicinity 2nd Imprint © 1933, The Historical Society of New Mexico

  • Understanding and Buying Santa Fe Real Estate © 1997, Karen Walker

  • El Palacio Volume 59 No.6 June 1952,

  • Down the Santa Fe Trail and Into Mexico Diary  of Susan Shelby Magoffin 1846-1847  © 1926, Edited by Stella M. Drumm

  • The Valley Below © 1949, Alice Marriott

Photos

 

 

Properties under

Historic Santa Fe Foundation Preservation Easement

 

The Original Trading Post

201 West San Francisco

 

The Irene von Horvath House 728 Canyon Road

 

The Sara Melton House

601˝ Paseo de Peralta

 

The Shuster/Mian House

580 Camino del Monte Sol

 

The Juan Jose Prada House

519 Canyon Road

 

The William Penhallow Henderson House

555 Camino del Monte Sol

 

 

 

 

Office 545 Canyon Road, Suite 2, Santa Fe,  New Mexico 87501, 505-983-2567 Email