National Register of Historic Places listings in New Mexico

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This is a list of properties and districts in New Mexico that are on the National Register of Historic Places. There are more than 1,100 listings. Of these, 44 are National Historic Landmarks. There are listings in each of the state's 33 counties.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted July 15, 2016.[1]
Contents: Counties in New Mexico
Bernalillo – Catron – Chaves – Cibola – Colfax – Curry – De Baca – Doña Ana – Eddy – Grant – Guadalupe – Harding – Hidalgo – Lea – Lincoln – Los Alamos – Luna – McKinley – Mora – Otero – Quay – Rio Arriba – Roosevelt – San Juan – San Miguel – Sandoval – Santa Fe – Sierra – Socorro – Taos – Torrance – Union – Valencia


Current listings by county[edit]

Laguna Pueblo Valencia County
County # of Sites
1 Bernalillo 146
2 Catron 11
3 Chaves 18
4 Cibola 8
5 Colfax 28
6 Curry 11
7 De Baca 5
8 Doña Ana 33
9 Eddy 32
10 Grant 45
11 Guadalupe 9
12 Harding 2
13 Hidalgo 25
14 Lea 6
15 Lincoln 33
16 Los Alamos 13
17 Luna 8
18 McKinley 77
19 Mora 22
20 Otero 31
21 Quay 12
22 Rio Arriba 107
23 Roosevelt 6
24 San Juan 38
25 San Miguel 103
26 Sandoval 63
27 Santa Fe 82
28 Sierra 32
29 Socorro 54
30 Taos 41
31 Torrance 7
32 Union 10
33 Valencia 21
Duplicates 7[2]
TOTAL 1,131

Bernalillo County[edit]

Catron County[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Ake Site Upload image
April 2, 1976
(#76001193)
Address Restricted
Datil
2 Bat Cave Upload image
April 23, 1976
(#76001194)
Address Restricted
Old Horse Springs
3 Bearwallow Mountain Lookout Cabins and Shed Upload image
January 28, 1988
(#87002473)
Bearwallow Lookout Rd. in the Gila National Forest
33°26′57″N 108°40′03″W / 33.449167°N 108.6675°W / 33.449167; -108.6675 (Bearwallow Mountain Lookout Cabins and Shed)
Bearwallow Park
4 Black Mountain Lookout Cabin Upload image
January 28, 1988
(#87002474)
Gila National Forest
33°22′41″N 108°13′36″W / 33.378056°N 108.226667°W / 33.378056; -108.226667 (Black Mountain Lookout Cabin)
Black Mountain
5 El Caso Lookout Complex Upload image
January 28, 1988
(#87002476)
Gila National Forest
34°06′11″N 108°29′39″W / 34.103056°N 108.494167°W / 34.103056; -108.494167 (El Caso Lookout Complex)
El Caso Lake
6 Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument
Gila Cliff Dwellings National Monument
October 15, 1966
(#66000472)
Off New Mexico Highway 15, north of Silver City
Coordinates missing
Silver City
7 Mangas Mountain Lookout Complex Upload image
January 28, 1988
(#87002471)
Mangas Mountain
34°03′07″N 108°18′24″W / 34.051944°N 108.306667°W / 34.051944; -108.306667 (Mangas Mountain Lookout Complex)
Mangas
8 Mogollon Baldy Lookout Cabin Upload image
January 28, 1988
(#87002470)
Gila National Forest
33°16′17″N 108°35′38″W / 33.271389°N 108.593889°W / 33.271389; -108.593889 (Mogollon Baldy Lookout Cabin)
Mogollon Baldy
9 Mogollon Historic District
Mogollon Historic District
September 10, 1987
(#87001541)
State Road 78
33°23′45″N 108°47′37″W / 33.395833°N 108.793611°W / 33.395833; -108.793611 (Mogollon Historic District)
Mogollon
10 Mogollon Pueblo Upload image
May 5, 1978
(#78001811)
Address Restricted
Red Hill
11 Socorro Mines Mining Company Mill, Fannie Hill
Socorro Mines Mining Company Mill, Fannie Hill
September 10, 1987
(#87001567)
Fannie Hill and west to Fannie Hill Mill
33°24′11″N 108°47′56″W / 33.403056°N 108.798889°W / 33.403056; -108.798889 (Socorro Mines Mining Company Mill, Fannie Hill)
Mogollon

Chaves County[edit]

Cibola County[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Acoma Curio Shop
Acoma Curio Shop
October 7, 2009
(#09000817)
1090 State Road 124
35°04′56″N 107°35′54″W / 35.082342°N 107.59835°W / 35.082342; -107.59835 (Acoma Curio Shop)
San Fidel
2 Bowlin's Old Crater Trading Post Upload image
March 21, 2006
(#06000150)
7650 Frontage Rd.
35°17′03″N 107°59′11″W / 35.284167°N 107.986389°W / 35.284167; -107.986389 (Bowlin's Old Crater Trading Post)
Bluewater
3 Candelaria Pueblo Upload image
March 10, 1983
(#83001619)
Address Restricted
Grants
4 Grants-Milan Flight Service Station Upload image
August 3, 2015
(#15000492)
1116 N. Dale Carnutte Rd.
35°09′59″N 107°53′51″W / 35.1663°N 107.8975°W / 35.1663; -107.8975 (Grants-Milan Flight Service Station)
Grants
5 Route 66 Rural Historic District: Laguna to McCartys
Route 66 Rural Historic District: Laguna to McCartys
January 13, 1994
(#93001466)
State Road 124 between interchanges on Interstate 40
35°03′43″N 107°29′53″W / 35.061944°N 107.498056°W / 35.061944; -107.498056 (Route 66 Rural Historic District: Laguna to McCartys)
Cubero
6 Route 66, State Maintained from McCartys to Grants Upload image
November 19, 1997
(#97001398)
Former U.S. Route 66 from east of McCartys to east of Grants
35°05′29″N 107°44′15″W / 35.091389°N 107.7375°W / 35.091389; -107.7375 (Route 66, State Maintained from McCartys to Grants)
Grants
7 Route 66, State maintained from Milan to Continental Divide Upload image
November 19, 1997
(#97001394)
Along former U.S. Route 66 from west of Milan to the Continental Divide
Coordinates missing
Continental Divide
8 Zuni-Cibola Complex Upload image
December 2, 1974
(#74002267)
Address Restricted
Zuni Pueblo Extends into McKinley and Valencia counties

Colfax County[edit]

Curry County[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 1908 Clovis City Hall and Fire Station
1908 Clovis City Hall and Fire Station
July 16, 1987
(#87001110)
308 Pile St.
34°24′04″N 103°12′02″W / 34.401111°N 103.200556°W / 34.401111; -103.200556 (1908 Clovis City Hall and Fire Station)
Clovis
2 Clovis Baptist Hospital
Clovis Baptist Hospital
February 5, 1982
(#82003322)
515 Prince St.
34°24′12″N 103°11′44″W / 34.403333°N 103.195556°W / 34.403333; -103.195556 (Clovis Baptist Hospital)
Clovis
3 Clovis Central Fire Station
Clovis Central Fire Station
July 2, 1987
(#87001111)
320 Mitchell St.
34°24′05″N 103°12′23″W / 34.401389°N 103.206389°W / 34.401389; -103.206389 (Clovis Central Fire Station)
Clovis
4 Curry County Courthouse
Curry County Courthouse
June 18, 1987
(#87000881)
700 block of Main St.
34°24′19″N 103°12′19″W / 34.405278°N 103.205278°W / 34.405278; -103.205278 (Curry County Courthouse)
Clovis
5 First Methodist Church of Clovis
First Methodist Church of Clovis
July 2, 1987
(#87001112)
622 Main St.
34°24′15″N 103°12′19″W / 34.404167°N 103.205278°W / 34.404167; -103.205278 (First Methodist Church of Clovis)
Clovis
6 Hillcrest Park Archway
Hillcrest Park Archway
July 2, 2008
(#08000573)
Intersection of East 10th and Sycamore St., approximately 2,757 feet (840 m) east of intersection of 10th and Prince Sts.
34°24′29″N 103°11′15″W / 34.408184°N 103.187544°W / 34.408184; -103.187544 (Hillcrest Park Archway)
Clovis part of the New Deal in New Mexico Multiple Property Submission
7 Hotel Clovis
Hotel Clovis
December 27, 1984
(#84000571)
210 Main St.
34°24′00″N 103°12′53″W / 34.4°N 103.214722°W / 34.4; -103.214722 (Hotel Clovis)
Clovis
8 Lyceum Theater
Lyceum Theater
January 17, 2007
(#06001253)
409 Main St.
34°24′14″N 103°12′19″W / 34.403889°N 103.205278°W / 34.403889; -103.205278 (Lyceum Theater)
Clovis
9 Old Clovis Post Office Upload image
December 27, 1984
(#84000573)
122 W. 4th St.[5]
34°24′07″N 103°12′23″W / 34.4020°N 103.2063°W / 34.4020; -103.2063 (Old Clovis Post Office)
Clovis
10 Santa Fe Passenger Depot-Clovis
Santa Fe Passenger Depot-Clovis
December 14, 1995
(#95001451)
221 W. 1st St.
34°23′52″N 103°12′26″W / 34.397778°N 103.207222°W / 34.397778; -103.207222 (Santa Fe Passenger Depot-Clovis)
Clovis
11 State Theater
State Theater
January 17, 2007
(#06001255)
504 Main St.
34°24′18″N 103°12′20″W / 34.405°N 103.205556°W / 34.405; -103.205556 (State Theater)
Clovis

De Baca County[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 De Baca County Courthouse
De Baca County Courthouse
December 7, 1987
(#87000896)
500 block of Ave. C
34°28′20″N 104°14′35″W / 34.472222°N 104.243056°W / 34.472222; -104.243056 (De Baca County Courthouse)
Fort Sumner
2 Fort Sumner Cemetery Wall and Entry Upload image
July 2, 2008
(#08000575)
17th St. and Dunn Ave., 1 mile north of intersection of 17th and U.S. Route 60
34°28′39″N 104°13′43″W / 34.4775°N 104.228611°W / 34.4775; -104.228611 (Fort Sumner Cemetery Wall and Entry)
Fort Sumner
3 Fort Sumner Community House Upload image
August 21, 2003
(#03000798)
Junction of U.S. Route 84 and Baker Ave.
34°28′42″N 104°14′40″W / 34.478333°N 104.244444°W / 34.478333; -104.244444 (Fort Sumner Community House)
Fort Sumner
4 Fort Sumner Railroad Bridge
Fort Sumner Railroad Bridge
March 21, 1979
(#79001539)
2 miles (3.2 km) west of Fort Sumner over the Pecos River
34°29′06″N 104°15′31″W / 34.485°N 104.258611°W / 34.485; -104.258611 (Fort Sumner Railroad Bridge)
Fort Sumner
5 Fort Sumner Ruins
Fort Sumner Ruins
August 13, 1974
(#74001194)
Address Restricted
Fort Sumner

Doña Ana County[edit]

Eddy County[edit]

Grant County[edit]

Guadalupe County[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Abandoned Route 66-Cuervo to NM 156 Upload image
November 22, 1993
(#93001206)
Cuervo southwest to the junction with State Road 156
35°00′14″N 104°26′17″W / 35.003889°N 104.438056°W / 35.003889; -104.438056 (Abandoned Route 66-Cuervo to NM 156)
Cuervo
2 Anton Chico de Abajo Historic District Upload image
September 29, 1986
(#86002334)
Address Restricted
Anton Chico
3 Jesus M. Casaus House
Jesus M. Casaus House
April 1, 1982
(#82003324)
628 3rd St.
34°56′09″N 104°40′52″W / 34.935833°N 104.681111°W / 34.935833; -104.681111 (Jesus M. Casaus House)
Santa Rosa
4 Colonias de San Jose Historic District Upload image
September 29, 1986
(#86002331)
Address Restricted
Colonias
5 Alexander Grzelachowski House and Store
Alexander Grzelachowski House and Store
June 24, 1993
(#93000570)
Southwest of the junction of State Roads 91 and 203
34°49′50″N 104°37′26″W / 34.83063°N 104.623777°W / 34.83063; -104.623777 (Alexander Grzelachowski House and Store)
Puerto De Luna
6 Guadalupe County Courthouse in Santa Rosa
Guadalupe County Courthouse in Santa Rosa
December 7, 1987
(#87000890)
Northwestern corner of S. 4th St. and Parker Ave.
34°56′29″N 104°41′11″W / 34.941389°N 104.686389°W / 34.941389; -104.686389 (Guadalupe County Courthouse in Santa Rosa)
Santa Rosa
7 La Placita De Abajo District Upload image
September 29, 1986
(#86002338)
Address Restricted
Colonias
8 Julius J. Moise House
Julius J. Moise House
December 27, 1984
(#84000633)
400 Capitan
34°56′20″N 104°41′03″W / 34.93897°N 104.68414°W / 34.93897; -104.68414 (Julius J. Moise House)
Santa Rosa
9 Park Lake Historic District
Park Lake Historic District
March 15, 1996
(#96000267)
Junction of Will Rogers Dr. and Lake Dr.
34°56′28″N 104°40′40″W / 34.941111°N 104.677778°W / 34.941111; -104.677778 (Park Lake Historic District)
Santa Rosa
10 Route 66, State maintained from Montoya to Cuervo
Route 66, State maintained from Montoya to Cuervo
November 19, 1997
(#97001395)
Along former U.S. Route 66 from west of Montoya to Cuervo
35°03′41″N 104°16′01″W / 35.061389°N 104.266944°W / 35.061389; -104.266944 (Route 66, State maintained from Montoya to Cuervo)
Cuervo

Harding County[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Bueyeros School Upload image
March 15, 1996
(#96000265)
State Road 102, 0.25 miles west of Bueyeros Church
35°58′49″N 103°41′12″W / 35.980278°N 103.686667°W / 35.980278; -103.686667 (Bueyeros School)
Bueyeros
2 Harding County Courthouse Upload image
December 7, 1987
(#87000895)
Pine St.
35°46′30″N 103°57′24″W / 35.775°N 103.956667°W / 35.775; -103.956667 (Harding County Courthouse)
Mosquero

Hidalgo County[edit]

Lea County[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Laguna Plata Archeological District Upload image
September 14, 1989
(#89001209)
Address Restricted
Hobbs
2 Lea County Courthouse
Lea County Courthouse
December 7, 1987
(#87000880)
100 block of Main St.
32°56′46″N 103°20′51″W / 32.946111°N 103.3475°W / 32.946111; -103.3475 (Lea County Courthouse)
Lovington
3 Lea Theater Upload image
January 17, 2007
(#06001251)
106 E. Central St.
32°56′59″N 103°20′54″W / 32.949722°N 103.348333°W / 32.949722; -103.348333 (Lea Theater)
Lovington
4 Lovington Fire Department Building Upload image
July 2, 2008
(#08000574)
209 S Love St.
32°56′49″N 103°20′51″W / 32.947012°N 103.347382°W / 32.947012; -103.347382 (Lovington Fire Department Building)
Lovington part of the New Deal in New Mexico Multiple Property Submission
5 Pyburn House Upload image
December 13, 1995
(#95001429)
203 4th St.
32°56′58″N 103°21′13″W / 32.949444°N 103.353611°W / 32.949444; -103.353611 (Pyburn House)
Lovington
6 Mathew Elmore Sewalt House Upload image
July 19, 2006
(#06000634)
121 E. Jefferson Ave.
32°57′12″N 103°20′52″W / 32.953333°N 103.347778°W / 32.953333; -103.347778 (Mathew Elmore Sewalt House)
Lovington

Lincoln County[edit]

Los Alamos County[edit]

Luna County[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Deming Armory
Deming Armory
April 21, 1983
(#83001624)
301 S. Silver Ave.
32°15′59″N 107°45′21″W / 32.266389°N 107.755833°W / 32.266389; -107.755833 (Deming Armory)
Deming Now the Deming Luna Mimbres Museum[6]
2 Downtown Deming Historic District
Downtown Deming Historic District
September 25, 2013
(#13000769)
Roughly bounded by Silver Ave., Pine, Maple & Copper Sts.
32°16′02″N 107°45′31″W / 32.26734°N 107.75852°W / 32.26734; -107.75852 (Downtown Deming Historic District)
Deming
3 Seaman Field House
Seaman Field House
February 20, 1990
(#90000102)
304 Silver Ave.
32°16′00″N 107°45′27″W / 32.26653°N 107.75739°W / 32.26653; -107.75739 (Seaman Field House)
Deming
4 Luna County Courthouse and Park
Luna County Courthouse and Park
October 5, 1977
(#77000925)
700 S. Silver Ave.
32°17′21″N 107°45′24″W / 32.289167°N 107.756667°W / 32.289167; -107.756667 (Luna County Courthouse and Park)
Deming
5 Mahoney Building
Mahoney Building
September 30, 1980
(#80002551)
122 S. Gold[7]
32°16′04″N 107°45′32″W / 32.26767°N 107.75894°W / 32.26767; -107.75894 (Mahoney Building)
Deming
6 Upton Site Upload image
December 9, 1980
(#80002552)
Address Restricted
Deming
7 US Post Office-Deming Main
US Post Office-Deming Main
February 23, 1990
(#90000139)
201 W. Spruce St.
32°16′03″N 107°45′37″W / 32.2676°N 107.76028°W / 32.2676; -107.76028 (US Post Office-Deming Main)
Deming
8 Village of Columbus and Camp Furlong
Village of Columbus and Camp Furlong
May 15, 1975
(#75001164)
Portions of Columbus and Pancho Villa State Park
31°49′39″N 107°37′50″W / 31.8275°N 107.630556°W / 31.8275; -107.630556 (Village of Columbus and Camp Furlong)
Columbus

McKinley County[edit]

Mora County[edit]

Otero County[edit]

Quay County[edit]

Rio Arriba County[edit]

Roosevelt County[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Administration Building
Administration Building
September 22, 1988
(#88001558)
Southern side of University Pl. and campus green, Eastern New Mexico University
34°10′44″N 103°20′53″W / 34.179012°N 103.348044°W / 34.179012; -103.348044 (Administration Building)
Portales
2 Anderson Basin
Anderson Basin
October 15, 1966
(#66000483)
New Mexico Highway 467, about 5 miles north of U.S. Highway 70[8]
34°16′35″N 103°19′11″W / 34.276337°N 103.319735°W / 34.276337; -103.319735 (Anderson Basin)
Clovis
3 Bank of Portales
Bank of Portales
December 27, 1984
(#84000635)
Near First and Main[9]
34°11′13″N 103°20′15″W / 34.187016°N 103.337409°W / 34.187016; -103.337409 (Bank of Portales)
Portales
4 Midway Service Station
Midway Service Station
January 12, 2005
(#04001479)
38797 U.S. Highway 70
33°50′31″N 103°46′20″W / 33.841990°N 103.772221°W / 33.841990; -103.772221 (Midway Service Station)
Kenna
5 Roosevelt County Courthouse
Roosevelt County Courthouse
December 3, 2008
(#08001136)
100 W. 2nd St.
34°11′09″N 103°20′11″W / 34.18592°N 103.3365°W / 34.18592; -103.3365 (Roosevelt County Courthouse)
Portales
6 US Post Office-Portales Main
US Post Office-Portales Main
February 23, 1990
(#90000140)
116 W. 1st St.
34°11′11″N 103°20′17″W / 34.186356°N 103.338118°W / 34.186356; -103.338118 (US Post Office-Portales Main)
Portales

San Juan County[edit]

San Miguel County[edit]

Sandoval County[edit]

Santa Fe County[edit]

Sierra County[edit]

Socorro County[edit]

Taos County[edit]

Torrance County[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Abo
Abo
October 15, 1966
(#66000497)
3 miles west of Abo on U.S. Route 60
Coordinates missing
Abo
2 Greene Evans Garage
Greene Evans Garage
November 22, 1993
(#93001211)
Northwestern corner of the junction of Broadway and former U.S. Route 66
35°00′19″N 106°03′00″W / 35.005278°N 106.05°W / 35.005278; -106.05 (Greene Evans Garage)
Moriarty
3 Moriarty Eclipse Windmill Upload image
June 4, 1979
(#79001561)
2 miles (3.2 km) west of Moriarty off State Road 222
34°59′48″N 106°04′55″W / 34.996667°N 106.081944°W / 34.996667; -106.081944 (Moriarty Eclipse Windmill)
Moriarty
4 Mountainair Municipal Auditorium
Mountainair Municipal Auditorium
April 30, 1987
(#87000651)
Southwestern corner of Roosevelt Ave. and Beal St.
34°31′16″N 106°14′34″W / 34.521111°N 106.242778°W / 34.521111; -106.242778 (Mountainair Municipal Auditorium)
Mountainair
5 Quarai
Quarai
October 15, 1966
(#66000498)
1 mile south of Punta de Agua
34°35′45″N 106°17′42″W / 34.595833°N 106.295°W / 34.595833; -106.295 (Quarai)
Punta de Agua
6 Rancho Bonito
Rancho Bonito
November 29, 1978
(#78001834)
South of Mountainair on Gran Quivera Rd.
34°30′23″N 106°14′21″W / 34.506389°N 106.239167°W / 34.506389; -106.239167 (Rancho Bonito)
Mountainair
7 Shaffer Hotel
Shaffer Hotel
November 15, 1978
(#78003077)
Broadway St.
34°31′08″N 106°14′31″W / 34.518889°N 106.241944°W / 34.518889; -106.241944 (Shaffer Hotel)
Mountainair

Union County[edit]

[3] Name on the Register Image Date listed[4] Location City or town Description
1 Amistad Gymnasium
Amistad Gymnasium
March 15, 1996
(#96000264)
0.5 miles east of State Road 402
35°55′12″N 103°09′13″W / 35.92°N 103.153611°W / 35.92; -103.153611 (Amistad Gymnasium)
Amistad
2 Clayton Public Library
Clayton Public Library
December 20, 2002
(#02001550)
116 Walnut St.
36°27′03″N 103°10′59″W / 36.45095°N 103.182946°W / 36.45095; -103.182946 (Clayton Public Library)
Clayton
3 Clayton Public Schools Historic District
Clayton Public Schools Historic District
March 15, 1996
(#96000269)
Four blocks in southeastern Clayton centered on 6th and Cedar Sts.
36°26′59″N 103°10′33″W / 36.449722°N 103.175833°W / 36.449722; -103.175833 (Clayton Public Schools Historic District)
Clayton
4 Eklund Hotel
Eklund Hotel
January 17, 2002
(#01001470)
15 Main St.
36°27′06″N 103°11′03″W / 36.451667°N 103.184167°W / 36.451667; -103.184167 (Eklund Hotel)
Clayton
5 Folsom Hotel Upload image
May 14, 1987
(#87000726)
Southwestern corner of the junction of Grand Ave. and Wall St.
36°50′41″N 103°55′08″W / 36.844722°N 103.918889°W / 36.844722; -103.918889 (Folsom Hotel)
Folsom
6 Gate, Fence and Hollow Tree Shelter Designed by Dionicio Rodriguez
Gate, Fence and Hollow Tree Shelter Designed by Dionicio Rodriguez
November 25, 2008
(#08001138)
320 Oak St.
36°27′01″N 103°10′49″W / 36.45017°N 103.18018°W / 36.45017; -103.18018 (Gate, Fence and Hollow Tree Shelter Designed by Dionicio Rodriguez)
Clayton
7 Goodson Memorial School
Goodson Memorial School
January 8, 2003
(#02001693)
State Road 456, approximately 4 miles west of its junction with State Road 406
36°55′07″N 103°05′30″W / 36.918521°N 103.091729°W / 36.918521; -103.091729 (Goodson Memorial School)
Seneca
8 Luna Theater
Luna Theater
January 17, 2007
(#06001252)
2-6 Main St.
36°27′11″N 103°11′07″W / 36.453056°N 103.185278°W / 36.453056; -103.185278 (Luna Theater)
Clayton
9 Rabbit Ears
Rabbit Ears
October 15, 1966
(#66000499)
Northwest of Clayton
36°35′32″N 103°13′28″W / 36.592222°N 103.224444°W / 36.592222; -103.224444 (Rabbit Ears)
Clayton
10 Union County Courthouse
Union County Courthouse
December 7, 1987
(#87000891)
Court St.
36°26′58″N 103°11′13″W / 36.449444°N 103.186944°W / 36.449444; -103.186944 (Union County Courthouse)
Clayton

Valencia County[edit]

See also[edit]

Blue Hole New Mexico Santa Rosa

References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on July 15, 2016.
  2. ^ Bandelier CCC Historic District in Los Alamos and Sandoval counties, Bandelier National Monument in Los Alamos, Sandoval, and Santa Fe Counties, Crow Canyon Archaeological District in San Juan and Rio Arriba Counties, Puye Ruins in Rio Arriba and Sandoval counties, Route 66, State maintained from Montoya to Cuervo in Guadalupe and Quay counties, Posi-ouinge in Rio Arriba and Taos counties, and Zuni-Cibola Complex in Cibola, McKinley, and Valencia counties.
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  5. ^ Address based on signage on front of building when viewed on Google Maps Streetview. Accessed March 28, 2016.
  6. ^ Welcome to the Deming Luna Mimbres Museum, Deming Luna Mimbres Museum, 2003. Accessed 2009-05-31.
  7. ^ "Walking Tour of Deming". City of Deming, New Mexico. Retrieved 2012-02-03.
  8. ^ Location and provided coordinates are those of the "Blackwater Clovis Site", according to "Clovis Site", Eastern New Mexico University; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"
  9. ^ See photo of intersection of First and Main. A cafe, Do Drop In, is located at 123 S. Main; see Roosevelt County Chamber website. The NRHP nominating form for the Bank of Portales gives "123 Main", which is either incomplete or incorrect.