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Hispanic culture in the Southwest (photographs)
BANC PIC 2010.007  
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Series 1 Church Exteriors

item 1

Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe church, Taos (built in 1801, demolished in 1912), circa 1900

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 2

"Adobe church at Arroyo Seco." (on verso) Arroyo Seco, New Mexico, circa 1880s-90s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 3

Ranchos de Taos church, circa 1880s-90s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 4

Cruz de la Cañada church, circa 1870s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: H. T. Hiester (Irvine & McKenzie).
item 5

Santa Cruz de la Cañada church, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: W.H. Jackson.
item 6

"The old San Miguel church." Santa Fe, circa 1870s- 80s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Henry Brown..
item 7

San Miguel church, Santa Fe. circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Cunningham & Co..
item 8

"Old front of the San Miguel church." Santa Fe, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 9

San Miguel church and De Vargas Street, Santa Fe, circa 1902

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Kaadt & Whitlock.
item 10

Nuestra Señora de Rosario [Chapel of Vargas], Santa Fe, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 11

San Felipe church [old church at N.M.], Albuquerque, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Francis Parker.
item 12

Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe church [Old Cathedral at El Paso], El Paso del Norte (Ciudad Juárez). circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
 

Series 2 Church Interiors

item 13

"[The] Church of Santa Cruz. Alter [i.e. altar] transcept [i.e. transept]." Santa Cruz de la Cañada, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: William Henry Jackson.
item 14

San Miguel church, circa 1870s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: H.T. Hiester (Irvine & McKenzie).
item 15

San Miguel church. circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Cunningham & Co..
item 16

[Santa Fe, Interior] San Miguel church, circa 1890

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Corwin & Clark.
item 17

Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe church. Paso del Norte (Ciudad Juárez),[250 years old], circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Francis Parker.
item 18

Chapel altar, New Mexico. circa 1890s. (with ribbon for hanging on wall)

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
 

Series 3 Adobe Homes and Domestic Scenes

item 19

"A Mexican Home." Southern Colorado, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: D.G. Desmond.
item 20

"Mexican Adobe and Oven." Southern Colorado, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: O.E. Aultman.
item 21

"Trinidad, Colo. Mexican Home. Dec. 1, 1891." (on verso). (Adobe home with 13 family members in front). Trinidad, 1891

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: O.E. Aultman.
item 22

"Adobe Houses and Burros." Northern New Mexico, circa 1890s. Santa Fe Railroad

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 23

"Adobe House Oven." Northern New Mexico, circa 1890s. Santa Fe Railroad

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 24

"Mexican Family" Adobe Houses. "El Horno" The Oven. Northern New Mexico, circa 1890s. Santa Fe Railroad

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 25

"Mexican Family Residence." (11 people in yard of homes) Northern New Mexico, circa 1890s. Santa Fe Railroad

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 26

"A Mexican Home (Ranchita)." (Chili ristras drying on wall). Northern New Mexico, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: William Henry Jackson.
item 27

"Mexican Home. New Mexico."(on verso). (10 people in front of home, 2 men holding large owl by wings, 2 others holding rifles). Northern New Mexico, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 28

"Mexicans." (on verso in same hand as above: "New Mexico.") (5 people outside home, one man feeding chickens). Northern New Mexico, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 29

"Mexican Adobe House and Oven." Northern New Mexico, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 30

Four people in front of adobe home, including woman with black shawl wrapped around her and covering her hair. Northern New Mexico, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 31

"Typical Mexican Residence." Santa Fe, circa 1870s-80s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Henry Brown.
item 32

"Mexican Ovens and Burros, Santa Fe, N.M." (3 hornos and 2 burros in front of house, laundry on line. May be same house as above). Santa Fe, circa 1900

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: C.G. Kaadt.
item 33

"Oldest House in the U. S. Seen by Coronado in 1550." Santa Fe, circa 1880s. Denver Rio Grande Railroad

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 34

"The Oldest House in the United States." Santa Fe, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 35

Adobe hacienda. New Mexico, possibly Taos, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 36

View of "Oldest House" from back, San Miguel church behind it. Santa Fe, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 37

"Mexican Houses." (courtyard of multi-family dwellings, woman and 4 children in yard, 2 men and a woman by doorway). New Mexico, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 38

Whitewashed adobe hacienda, cottonwoods and wagon in front, 3 women on road, posts for corral (?) by road. New Mexico, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 39

Adobe house in rural area with 2 children in front. Southern New Mexico, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 40

"Mexican Residence." (8 people including a tall vaquero in front of small adobe house. Southern New Mexico, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 41

Group of 8 men and boys in front of open air ramada, adobe houses in back. Southern New Mexico or Chihuahua, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Francis Parker.
item 42

"Mexican Jacal." (large group of women and children, 2 of women with white shawl over heads, donkey cart with water barrel, man standing to right, on front of adobe house. Southern New Mexico or Chihuahua, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Francis Parker.
item 43

Family group in front of adobe house, white church in background. Southern New Mexico or possibly Ciudad Juárez), circa 1880s-90s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: "Leach, Photo" on verso.
item 44a-b

a) "Mexican Jacal" "Home of very poor Mexican." (women and children in front of small adobe house, pile of adobe bricks leaning against one house, horno in front). Southern New Mexico or Chihuahua, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 2 items

Note

Photographer: John C. Bushong. Together with (44b): a color postcard of the same image. (Photostint card by Detroit Publishing Co., ca. 1900).
item 45

Three women, a man and children in front of connected adobe houses, some of brick and one of jacal (pole and mud) construction, bird cage hanging on wall, dogs in foreground. Southern New Mexico or Chihuahua, circa 1880s-90s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: W.G. Walz Co..
item 46

"Mexicans at Juárez." (on verso) (women, men, one a vaquero, in doorways and in front of adobe house, also saddled horse and donkey. Ciudad Juárez, circa 1899

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 47

"Mexico. A Ciudad Juárez native home." (on verso). (women and boy with donkeys in front of dugout room, adobe house in back, 2 hand-made pottery water jars). Ciudad Juárez, circa 1899

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 48

"Mexico. A native farm house family." (on verso). (Two women and three men in front of adobe wall, men are vaqueros, wearing Mexican riding pants, one with pistol in holster, another with large sarape over shoulders). Ciudad Juárez, circa 1899

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 49

Hacienda with man, two women and five children in front, arched adobe portal at one end. Southern New Mexico or Chihuahua, circa 1880

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Francis Parker.
item 50

"A Mexican Home." (family group in front of adobe home, men and boy wearing sarapes, woman wearing reboso). Northern Mexico, 1873

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Kilburn Brothers.
item 51

"A Mexican 'Greaser's' Home, Arizona." (old man with beard and children in front of adobe structure, probably a ruin, staged by photographer as a home, large cactus in center). Southern Arizona, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Universal Photo Art Co. (Stamp of G. L. Schmidt, Dentist, 1614 Broadway, Oakland, Cal. on verso).
 

Series 4 Plazas and Street Scenes

item 52

Plaza of San Luis, Colorado, showing the church and the Salazar Gallegos mercantile store. Priest and girl in white standing near church, ,men in horse drawn wagon in plaza, others visible standing in background, circa 1870s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 53

"San Francisco Street, Santa Fe N.M." (Jake Gold's curio shop, with wagon on top on right, still there today), circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 54

"The Plaza. Santa Fe, N.M." (taken from northwest corner, war memorial in center, horse-drawn wagons on streets, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 55

"Loads of corn stalks" (man and boy with two packed burros on Santa Fe plaza, taken from in front of the Palace of the Governors looking toward southwest; Irvine McKenzie Hardware store in background). Santa Fe, circa 1870s- 80s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Henry Brown.
item 56

"Burro Alley." Burros, men and boys in alley, plus one Pueblo man wrapped in Pueblo blanket. Santa Fe, circa 1870s-80s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Henry Brown.
item 57

"Burro Alley." (Two men and four packed burros in alley). Santa Fe, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Cunningham & Co..
item 58

Two men mounted on burros and several others visible. Probably Burro Alley, Santa Fe, circa 1870s-80s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: B.W. Kilburn.
item 59

"San Miguel Street, Santa Fe." (looking east on today's De Vargas Street, church in background). Santa Fe, circa 1880s. Santa Fe Railroad

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 60

"Three of a Kind in Santa Fe, N.M." (two young boys riding burro, adobe wall in background. Santa Fe, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 61

Old woman wearing blanket as shawl, holding staff and hand out as if begging. New Mexico, circa 1880s-90s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 62

"Indian Village, Lamy Junction, N.M." (on verso) (view of plaza of connected adobe houses). Lamy, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 63

"Mexican and Indian Village, Lamy Junction, New Mexico." (on verso) (family under portal, in front of whitewashed wall, of adobe house, horno in background) Lamy, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 64

"Street in Albuquerque, N.M." (view along Gold Avenue of businesses in adobe buildings: the Central Bank, with territorial-style woodwork around door; Palace Drugstore, Botica, Geo. W. Thompson, Druggist; and E. S. Codington Co., Furniture, with 2 chair

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: W.P. Bliss.
item 65

"Adobe Houses in New Mexico" (on verso). (overview of large town in southern New Mexico, adobe homes, ramadas, hornos, and some larger commercial buildings) circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: E.A. Bonine.
item 66

"Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. Catholic Church, 350 years old. native worshipers. Taken Good Friday at sunrise March 31 99. Showing post office on right of picture part of public plaza." (on verso in same hand as #s 46, 47, 48). (view of plaza and church

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 67

"Mexican Carreta." (wooden-wheeled wagon full of hay, drawn by four oxen, many men and boys standing around. Church of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe in background. Ciudad Juárez, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Francis Parker.
item 68

"Chihuahua from the Casa de Moneda." (overview of Chihuahua city with cathedral in background, ox-drawn wagons and people in foreground, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: William Henry Jackson.
 

Series 5 Hornos (adobe bake ovens)

item 69

"Mexican Bak-Oven." [i.e. bake oven] (horno built on adobe platform connected to house, bread paddle and broom leaning against it, sheepskin door covering on top). New Mexico or southern Colorado, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: D.C. Desmond.
item 70

"Mexican Cook Stove" (horno on adobe platform next to house) New Mexico, circa 1880s-90s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: "Leach, Photo" on verso.
item 71

"Mexican Bake Oven, Chicken Coop, Dog Kennel,

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Denver & Rio Grande Railroad.
item 72

"Un Cosedor. Mex. Bake Oven." (horno with fire burning inside, girl in white dress and scarf over head sitting next to it, adobe wall behind). Southern New Mexico or Chihuahua, circa 1900

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
 

Series 6 Occupations and Crafts

item 73

"Making Adobes. Adobe or mud bricks of which all Mexican house are built." (man making bricks, using his foot to pack frame, many fresh-made brick neatly lined up in front of unfinished house, woman and children in doorway of next house, another man wat

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Will Hook photo, on Santa Fe Railroad back (with ad for Gold's Old Q-Rosity Shop in Santa Fe).
item 74

"Mexican Corn Shellers" (men beating ears of corn in a heavy rawhide net in frame under which are piles of kernels. One man arriving with box, others including man with sarape and woman with baby watching, hand plough visible on side, adobe house behind).

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 75

"Mexican family and adobe house, Las Vegas, N. Mex." (on verso) (woman pouring grain from basin onto blanket, to clean it, four children watching, adobe house behind). Las Vegas, ca, 1900

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 76

Man kneeling by steer or cow, with hammer in hand, probably preparing for branding or slaughtering, three boys watching, adobe house behind. New Mexico, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: On verso: "Las Vegas N.M. J.E. Evans?" [probably Frank E. Evans, Las Vegas photographer, see #81 below].
item 77

"Native Wine Press, New Mexico Section, G. S. Building." (large cloth or hide bag attached to four heavy poles, in display of presumably other New Mexico products at New Orleans exposition of 1884-85: bottles of wine, bags of grain, stuffed owls and moo

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Edward L. Wilson.
item 78

"Old Mill at Chamita." (adobe-plastered log mill house next to stream). Chamita, New Mexico, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 79

"Interior Mexican flour mill." (on verso) (shows horizontal millstones of the mill with wooden hopper above. Probably Taos area, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 80

"Interior of flour mill in N.M." (on verso) (although same photographer, shows different millstone with animal hide hopper above it). Probably Taos area, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 81

"Mexican boy carrying water." (on verso) (young boy carrying two wooden buckets attached to hoop around his legs, yoke over his shoulders, in front of adobe wall and wooden gate. Las Vegas, New Mexico, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: probably Frank E. Evans, Las Vegas photographer, part of lot of similar views with his backmark.
item 82

"Mexican Burros." (Two-wheeled wagon loaded with bags and a basket of produce, drawn by two burros, another in front, adobe wall and large building possibly a church in background. Southern New Mexico, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Francis Parker.
item 83

Wooden-wheeled cart with frame draped in canvas, drawn by two oxen, two men and adobe house behind it. Southern New Mexico or Chihuahua, circa 1870s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: H.T. Hiester.
item 84

Three burros, each loaded with pair of open packing crates, a fourth burro with single pack on back. Boy with whip standing by, two others watching, large adobe building in back. Chihuahua, circa early 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Alfred S. Addis.
item 85

Wagon loaded with juniper wood, drawn by two oxen, man standing next to it, dog underneath. New Mexico, circa 1890s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 86

"The Wood Carriers of Santa Fe." (Two burros loaded with wood, driver with whip standing next to them, in Santa Fe plaza, with Palace of the Governors in background). Santa Fe, circa 1880s-90s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: J.L. Clinton.
item 87

"Buying a Load of Wood [at S.F.R.R.]" (Two burros loaded with wood, two drivers, one with whip behind them, and two Anglo women wearing black overcoats and hats standing in front of recently plastered adobe building. Probably Santa Fe, circa 1890s. Santa

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 88

"Burros loaded with wood." (Two loaded burros with boy driver holding whip next to them, wooden fence, probably of Santa Fe plaza behind them). Santa Fe, circa 1880s-90s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Dana B. Chase .
item 89

"When shall we three meet again, Santa Fe, New Mexico, U. S. A." (two burros loaded with wood, driver behind them holding whip, behind him wood fence and distant structures, and mountains on horizon). New Mexico, circa 1890

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: B.W. Kilburn.
item 90

"Wood carriers, New Mexico." (on verso). (two burros loaded with wood, boy standing between them, large buildings in background, one of which has a wooden sidewalk in front of it). Possibly Albuquerque, circa 1900

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer unknown.
item 91

Burros loaded with wood, boy driver with whip behind them, in dry desert landscape). Southern New Mexico, circa 1880s-90s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Mexican & Indian Curio Co..
item 92

"Burros." (on verso). (three burros loaded with wood, one seated on ground, driver behind them, adobe wall and gate in background). Probably Tucson, Arizona, circa 1870s-80s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: Henry Buehman.
 

Series 7 Addenda: Santa Fe

item 93

"Santa Fe. Cathedral Hospital." (cathedral still under construction, today's Cathedral Park an empty lot), circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: William Henry Jackson.
item 94

"Santa Fe. Church of Santa Guadaloupe." (Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe Church), circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: William Henry Jackson.
item 95

"[Santa Fe] Alter [i.e. altar]. Church of Santa Guadaloupe." (front of nave and sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe Church, circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: William Henry Jackson.
item 96

"Church of San Miguel. Santa Fe." (nave and sanctuary, showing altar screen), circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: William Henry Jackson.
item 97

"Santa Fe. Ft. Marcy. From the Loma." (adobe houses, one with fenced yard and clothes on line, Sun and Moon Mountains in background), circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: William Henry Jackson.
item 98

"Placita in Private Residence. Sta Fe [i.e. Santa Fe, New Mexico]" (interior courtyard of well-to-do family, three women and a man, who is reading a newspaper. Rio Grande blanket visible in foreground), circa 1880s

Physical Description: 1 photograph

Note

Photographer: William Henry Jackson.