The Historic Santa Fe Foundation publishes three printed newsletters annually. In these issues, we present updates on our events and happenings, interviews and articles. We strive to create an accessible newsletter that engages our members in the preservation efforts of the foundation and uses storytelling to illuminate the history of Santa Fe. Browse back issues below.

HSFF's printed newsletter is mailed to our members on a triannual basis. For membership, visit our Join & Give page.


Summer/Fall 2018
The Wide World of Historic Preservation, An Interview with South Dakota Director of Historic Preservation Ted M. Spencer; Washington State’s State Historic Preservation Officer Allyson Brooks; New Mexico Historic Preservation Division and State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) and Director Jeff Pappas; Old Santa Fe Association’s President Pen Lafarge, and Cornerstones Community Partnerships’s Executive Director Jake Barrow. We also introduce HSFF’s legacy giving program Siempre Society and two Board Directors: Alan Jones and Ra Patterson.

Spring 2018
Historic Santa Fe Foundation's Long-Range Plan and an interview with the 2018 Faith and John Gaw Meem Trades Intern Jay Dickason.

This issue was mailed to members in May 2018. This issue will be available online in July 2018. To receive a printed copy, please sign up for membership on our Join & Give Page, by calling 505-983-2567 or emailing

Winter 2017-2018
Interview with Naomi Barnes on her one-year anniversary living in Garcia House, HSFF Preservation Specialist Mara Saxer writes on updates to El Zaguán, and the 2017 Year in Pictures.


Summer/Fall 2017
John Ruminer on the tree-ring dating of Prince and sEna Plazas on East Palace Ave and Board Directors talk about HSFF Stewards group

Spring 2017
Interview with B.C. Rimbeaux and Brad Perkins on Acequia de la Muralla, Information on the changes with apartment 2B and interview with Edward "Gonzo" Gonzales on the acequias of Santa Fe and the map of 1912

Winter 2016-2017
Year in Pictures illustrates all the activities of HSFF for the year 2016.



Summer/Fall 2016
Announcement of new Board of Directors and an interview by Deborah and Jon Lawrence with Martin Krause of Indianapolis Museum of Art on Gustave Baumann

Spring 2016
Mother's Day Tour 2016 along East de Vargas and Mara Saxer's article on the repairs on the Garcia House

Winter 2015-2016
Saving El Zaguán: Margretta Deitrich and the Preserving of Santa Fe by Nancy Owen Lewis and new Board of Directors and HSFF Staff



Summer/Fall 2015
2015 Annual Members Meeting, Interview with former CCC worker Rupert Lopez by Deborah and Jon Lawrence, Board of Directors and staff update, and recent additions to HSFF Register

Winter 2014-2015
We Pay Attention to History by John Hufnagle, HSFF financial records, bathroom inscription in El Zaguán, Felipe B. Delgado House update, and exhibition of artists-in-residence

Summer/Fall 2014
2014 Annual Meeting, From Our Volunteers and Our Files on Defouri Street Bridge and Gustave Baumann, Mills, Bath Houses and an Artist: A Brief History of the Randall Davey Property by Deborah Lawrence and new Board Members


April (Spring) 2014
New HSFF Director Pete Warzel, New Intern, From Our Files, Research & Education, Mother's Day Tour at SAR, new projects updates and Margaret Hryniuk's recipe for applesauce brownies

Spring 2013
Santa Fe Plaza, Tudesqui House, Olive Rush Murals at library, Delgado House, Oliver P. Hovey House

Winter 2012/2013
Gustave Baumann House Easement, 2012 Fruitful Year, farolito walk, Sparks lecture, and 2012 list of protected properties


August (Summer/Fall 2012)
Delgado House and Hovey House new tenants, extreme drought stressing historic trees, and 19th century fence labor of admiration

Spring 2012
New Mexico: 100 Years Since Statehood

Fall 2011
Faith and John Gaw Meem Summer Intern, tour volunteers, Baumann House Finale, and SAR Honors 50 years of Sparks Talks