The Historic Santa Fe Foundation started publishing its eZine in 2014, in addition to the printed newsletters. In the monthly issues, we present book reviews, interviews, articles and HSFF related news. We aspire to create an easily accessible magazine/newsletter that updates our membership of HSFF events and activities and engages new audiences with the preservation and storytelling efforts of our foundation. Some of El Zaguán's artists-in-residence provide the images and design, and staff and volunteers strive to captivate our readers with inviting content. Please download and enjoy.
October 2017: In this issue of the eZine, we briefly mention the changes to the building and grounds of El Zaguán and our gardeners provide a beautiful update on the fall care of its Garden. We include an announcement about a Willard Clark print donation and fundraising sale and, finally, display a sample of photographs from the life of Olive Rush. We hope you enjoy this issue.
September 2017: In this issue of the eZine, we announce a new addition to the Register of Resources Worthy of Preservation, a special fundraising event in Chimayo, our September and October exhibtions in El Zaguán. Finally, HSFF’s Executive Director shares a visit with writer and farmer Stanley Crawford.
August 2017: In this issue of the eZine, we re-introduce some of our new Board Members and one staff person, present an article by the 2017 Faith and John Gaw Meem Preservation Intern Janell Keyser on the preservation of Casita Martina in Chimayo, and a book review of Chip Cowell’s Plundered Skulls and Stolen Spirits: Inside the Fight to Reclaim Native America's Culture.
June 2017: This issue features a book review of Out There, a novel by El Zaguán resident Sarah Stark; an interview with the 2017 Faith and John Gaw Meem Intern Janell Keyser; and images of 2017 Heritage Preservation Awards.
May 2017: The May 2017 issue features a book review of Stanley Crawford's new book Village: A Novel, an interview with El Zaguán Artist-in-Residence Jean Fogel Zee and images of adobe brick making from HSFF and Cornerstone's weekly community event in May at historical buildings in Santa Fe.
April 2017: Inside this edition please find the calendar for the above events and more, including an interview with our new tenant at El Zaguán, Sarah Stark, as questioned by our staff associate Jacqueline Hill. Sarah is a teacher in Santa Fe and an award-winning novelist. We also review the photo-heavy book La Fonda, Then and Now.
March 2017: In this issue of the eZine we feature an interview with Irvin Trujillo, a seventh generation Rio Grande weaver whose tapestries are currently on display at El Zaguan. Deborah Lawrence shares a review of Jann Haynes Gilmore’s book Olive Rush: Finding Her Place in the Santa Fe Art Colony. We also welcome Anna Booth as our new artist-in-residence.
February 2017: The Old Santa Fe Association (OSFA) has reached its 90th anniversary – an amazing milestone. We at HSFF want to recognize and applaud that and have focused this issue of our eZine on OSFA.
January 2017: We have bid farewell to 2016 and thrown open our arms to welcome the new year. HSFF kicked off 2017 in fantastic form with an art exhibit opening on January 6th. Cornerstones: Photographs by Jim Gautier runs through January 31, 2017.
December 2016: We interview Caitlin Olsen, the new Development Associate at HSFF and also review the book Ladies of the Canyons written by Lesley Poling-Kempes and reviewed by Alan Peters.
November 2016: We offer a book review by Pete Warzel on The Vanishing Messiah: The Life and Resurrection of Francis Schlatter and a piece by photographer Gustavo Castilla on wet-plate photography and working with El Zaguán artist resident Anna Yarrow on the collaborative exhibition ANNA.
October 2016: For this issue of the eZine we offer a book review by Deborah and Jon Lawrence on Over the Santa Fe Trail to Mexico: The Travel Diaries and Autobiography of Dr. Rowland Willard and a piece on Agua Fria by Agua Fria Village Association's William Mee.
September 2016: This issue of the eZine features an inteview with HSFF resident artist Max-Carlos Martinez on the occasion of his exhibition Paintings 2015-2016 in El Zaguán's sala. Elizabeth V. Johnson, HSFF volunteer and Santa Fe Master Gardener, provides a wonderful evaluation of the essential book for any New Mexico gardener: Baker Morrow's Best Plants for New Mexico Gardens and Landscapes (Copies of this book are available at the HSFF Shop). Finally, Debbie and Jon Lawrence review James F. Brooks' Mesa of Sorrows: A History of the Awat'ovi Massacre. We hope you enjoy this issue.
July 2016: This issue of the monthly eZine contains an review of Contesting the Borderlands written by HSFF Executive Director Pete Warzel, an interview with this year's Faith and John Gaw Meem Intern Mhd Alaa Eddin Arar, and a special thanks to our archives committee.
June 2016: This issue of the monthly eZine hosts a brief piece on the Heritage Preservation Awards, an interview with El Zaguan artist-in-residence and eZine creator Dominic Cappello, and From the Archives feature on The Delgado House. Finally, Debbie Lawrence offers a review of Nancy Owen Lewis' new book Chasing the Cure in New Mexico: Tuberculosis and the Quest for Health.
May 2016: Please enjoy the May 2016 eZine with From the Archives on St. Catherine's Industrial Indian School, State Historian Rick Hendricks on the New Mexico Historical Society's Annual Conference and a fun featured article on the trails of identifying buildings in photographs.
April 2016: Please enjoy the April 2016 eZine with information on Mother's Day in Barrio de Analco along East de Vargas Street, an interview with artist Nicola Heindl, a review of Peter Nabokov's reprint of The Origin Myth of Acoma Pueblo and How the World Moves
March 2016: Please enjoy the third eZine of 2016 with an interview with HSFF's Office Manager Jacqueline Hill and HSFF Board Treasurer John Hufnagle on life and art and From the Archives on Sena Plaza.
February 2016: Please enjoy the second eZine of 2016 with an interview with the new St. John's College President Mark Roosevelt and architect Barbara Felix, and From the Archives on the Hinojos House.