San José de Gracia Church
San Jose de Gracia Church
|Location||N side of the Plaza, Las Trampas, New Mexico|
|Architectural style||Colonial, Other|
|NRHP Reference #||70000415|
|Added to NRHP||April 15, 1970|
|Designated NHL||April 15, 1970|
The San Jose de Gracia Church, also known as Church of Santo Tomas Del Rio de Las Trampas, is a church built between 1760 and 1776 in Las Trampas, New Mexico. Originally named Santo Tomas del Rio de las Trampas, the church is of adobe construction with a mud-plaster exterior, which is renewed periodically by parishioners. The church was reroofed and repaired in 1932 by the Society for the Preservation of New Mexico Mission Churches, led by renowned architect John Gaw Meem.
It is included in the Las Trampas Historic District.
Interior, San Jose de Gracia, 1943. John Collier photo.
- "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2008-04-15.
- "San Jose de Gracia Church". National Historic Landmark summary listing. National Park Service. Retrieved 2008-06-08.
- Cash, Marie Romero, Built of earth and song : churches of northern New Mexico, photography by Jack Parsons. Red Crane Books, 1993. ISBN 1-878610-30-9
- Charles W. Snell (May 1, 1968). "National Survey of Historic Sites and Buildings: San Jose de Gracia Church (Church of Santo Tomas Del Rio de Las Trampas)" (PDF). National Park Service. and PDF (32 KB)
- NPS National Historical Landmarks: San José de Gracia Church webpage
- Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS) No. NM-61, "San Jose de Gracia Church, Trampas, Taos County, NM", 13 photos, 1 color transparency, 5 measured drawings, 6 data pages, 2 photo caption pages
- Archive.org: The Architecture of San José de Gracia
- Las Trampas photos at Library of Congress
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