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Atchison Topeka & Santa Fe RR Freight House
The freight house was listed in the State Register of Cultural Properties on December 14.

Baumann House
The home and studio of artist Gustave Baumann will be considered for the State and National Register at the April 13 CPRC meeting.

Borrego Pass Trading Post Historic District
The historic district nomination was approved by Keeper of the National Register of Historic Places in February 2012.

Camino Real -- El Rancho de las Golondrinas
The CPRC considers this private holding of the trail for listing in the State Register and recommendation for the National Register.

Camino Real -- La Cieneguilla South Section
The nomination will be considered for the State Register and recommendation to list in the National Register.

Camino Real -- MPDF
This historic context is listed in the State and National registers and is posted at this time to provide background for persons reading the related trail segment nominations.

Downtown Deming Historic District
The district was listed in the State Register of Cultural Properties on December 14. The district is representative of a railroad boom town, local government seat and for late 19th and early 20th century architectural styles.

Gene's Tire Repair State Register Nomination
Post World War II there was a construction boon of commerical buildings along Albuquerque's Fourth Street, which was part of the original allignment of Route 66. After 1939, the Mother Road was realigned to run primarily east and west through town. But Fourth Street remained a major major north-south arterial for automobile traffic, and this building is one of the few survivors from that period.It was listed in the State Register in June 2011.

Greater Galisteo Basin Cultural Landscape--Nomination
This Multiple Property Documentation Form establishes an historic context for cultural resources associated with the Galisteo Basin.

Guadalupita/Coyote Historic District
The Guadalupita/Coyote Historic District in Mora County is 8,140 acres of mountains and valleys dotted with small ranches, homes, mines and religious sites dating back to 1851. It was one of the last land grants in New Mexico. To this day, descendants of families that first settled there continue to use nearby natural resources and acequias that divert water from Rio Coyote to irrigate crops for their sustenance. Explore the district in the State Register nomination approved October 14, 2011.

Guadalupita/Coyote National Historic District
Listed in the State Register, this enhanced nomination has been forwarded for consideration in the National Register of Historic Places on August 10.

Historic and Architectural Resources of Central Albuquerque 1880-1970
This Multiple Property Documentation Form establishes an historic context for buildings and structures built during Albuquerque's railroad era. It was listed in the State Register on December 14 and approved for potential listing in the National Register of Historic Places by the CPRC.

Historic and Architectural Resources of Central Albuquerque--Photos
Photographs illustrating the historic context.

Historic Resources of the Santa Fe Trail
A revised historic context for the trail to meet National Register standards

John A. and Dorothy Brentari House
Application for Registration, New Mexico State Register of Cultural Properties

Lordsburg High School
State Register nomination of Lordsburg historic high school building.

Los Alamos Sheriff's Posse Shack
The Sheriff's Posse Shack has been used continuously as a meeting hall, entertainment center and venue for humanitarian events in Los Alamos since it was built in 1958.

Lovington Commercial Historic District
The Lovington Commerical Historic District was listed in the State Register of Cultural Properties on October 14, 2011.

Meem, John Gaw and Faith Bemis House
For review at the 02/08/17 CPRC meeting.

Mount Taylor Register Nomination
Mount Taylor was permanently listed in the State Register of Cultural Properties by the Cultural Properties Review Committee on June 5, 2009. A final order listing Mount Taylor as a Traditional Cultural Property was signed on September 14. View the final nomination and related attachments.

Old Dowlin Mill
The National Register of Historic Places of the oldest structure in Ruidoso.

Old Dowlin Mill-maps
Maps for the National Register nomination.

Old Dowlin Mill-photographs
Photographs for the National Rgister nomination

Petroglyph Hill
This nomination relates to the Cultural Landscape of the Galisteo Basin MPDF

Petroglyph Hill-photographs
The photographs are part of the National Register nomination.

Photographs of the Guadalupita/Coyote National Historic District
These photographs accompany the National Register of Historic Places nomination of the historic district.

Piojo Ranch Segments District
A Santa Fe Trail segment listed in the State Register in 2012

Plaza Building
The Plaza Building was listed in the State Register on June 8, 2012, for its Pueblo Revival-style architecture and its association with the development of Alamogordo as a primary establishment in the only part of town zoned to sell alcohol.

Plaza Building - Alamogordo
There are very few towns across America that have the distinction of Alamogordo, as a planned community with a special proviso to exclude liquor sales with the exception of one designated area. This designated area is the location of the Plaza building that carried forward the liquor contract in this planned community. The Plaza Building still retains a high degree of historic integrity and represents an important and unique part of Alamogordo’s early history.

Santa Fe Trail -- Canada de Los Alamos
Listed in the State Register in February, boundary adjustments were made to qualify the nomination for the National Register.

Santa Fe Trail -- Mora North of Wagon Mound
Listed in the State Register in February, the boundaries were altered to qualify it for the National Register.

Silver City Boundary Increase & Amendment
This nomination amendment includes: a small boundary expansion at the south end of the district; extended period of significance and narrative descriptions of highlighted properties that originally fell outside of that period, which ended in 1930; and, an updated address chart.

West San Jose Segment
Nomination to National Register for CPRC Review