Title:[Pajarito Club, Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico photograph album]
Views of the homesteaders, buildings, investors and guests, grounds and surrounding region of the Pajarito Club. Many Native
Americans of the region are depicted, as are their cliff dwellings, kivas, adobe buildings and other structures. Depicted
in many images is Ashley Pond, Jr., his daughter Peggy Pond Church, and other Pond family members. A few photographs depict
petroglyphs of the region, and Fort Logan H. Roots near Little Rock, Arkansas.
Pond, Ashley -- 1872-1933 -- Photographs
Church, Peggy Pond -- 1903-1986 -- Photographs
Pajarito Club (New Mexico) -- Photographs
Leisure -- New Mexico -- Pajarito Plateau -- Photographs
Indians of North America -- New Mexico -- Pajarito Plateau -- Photographs
Cliff-dwellings -- New Mexico -- Photographs
Kivas -- New Mexico -- Photographs
Pajarito Plateau (N.M.) -- Photographs
Title devised by cataloger.
Because most leaves had separated from album binding, leaves were disbound and the generic album cover was discarded.
Pajarito Club, Pajarito Plateau, New Mexico photograph album, BANC PIC 2018.075, The Bancroft Library, University of California,
Purchase ; from Almagre Books ; 2018.
The Pajarito Club was established in 1914 on the Pajarito Plateau of northern central New Mexico as a private outdoor resort
for wealthy investors of the Detroit Area after their purchase of the Ramón Vigil Grant. Ashley Pond, Jr. was a part-owner
and early manager of the Club. His daughter was the poet Peggy Pond Church. The Club failed in 1916.
Landscapes (Representations)-New Mexico.
approximately 345 photographs in 10 folders : chiefly gelatin silver prints ; sheet various sizes, album leaves 26 x 31 cm
BANC PIC 2018.075--AX