National Register of Historic Places listings in Santa Fe County, New Mexico

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Santa Fe County, New Mexico.

Location of Santa Fe County in New Mexico

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Santa Fe County, New Mexico, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.[1]

There are 92 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 8 National Historic Landmarks.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted October 23, 2020.[2]
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Contents: NRHP in New Mexico by county
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 listingsEdit

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Acequia System of El Rancho de las Golondrinas February 1, 1980
(#80002572)
12 miles southeast of Santa Fe
35°34′28″N 106°06′33″W / 35.574444°N 106.109167°W / 35.574444; -106.109167 (Acequia System of El Rancho de las Golondrinas)
Santa Fe
2 Agua Fria Schoolhouse Site June 13, 2019
(#100004033)
Address Restricted
Santa Fe vicinity
3 Ricardo Alarid House August 30, 1984
(#84003054)
534 Alarid St.
35°40′56″N 105°57′07″W / 35.682222°N 105.951944°W / 35.682222; -105.951944 (Ricardo Alarid House)
Santa Fe
4 Allison Dormitory November 29, 1984
(#84000431)
433 Paseo de Peralta
35°41′34″N 105°56′11″W / 35.692778°N 105.936389°W / 35.692778; -105.936389 (Allison Dormitory)
Santa Fe
5 Apache Canyon Railroad Bridge April 27, 1979
(#79001553)
3 miles (4.8 km) northeast of Lamy over Galisteo Creek
35°30′49″N 105°51′17″W / 35.513611°N 105.854722°W / 35.513611; -105.854722 (Apache Canyon Railroad Bridge)
Lamy
6 Archbishop Lamy's Chapel August 19, 1988
(#88000897)
Bishop's Lodge Rd.
35°43′50″N 105°54′32″W / 35.730556°N 105.908889°W / 35.730556; -105.908889 (Archbishop Lamy's Chapel)
Santa Fe
7 Arroyo Hondo Pueblo September 13, 2007
(#07000950)
Address Restricted
Santa Fe
8 Bandelier National Monument October 15, 1966
(#66000042)
12 miles (19 km) south of Los Alamos on State Road 4
35°46′32″N 106°19′06″W / 35.775556°N 106.318333°W / 35.775556; -106.318333 (Bandelier National Monument)
Los Alamos Extends into Los Alamos and Sandoval Counties; includes Tsankawi detached portion. Boundary was increased 12/10/14
9 Barrio de Analco Historic District November 24, 1968
(#68000032)
Roughly bounded by E. De Vargas and College Sts.
35°41′00″N 105°56′11″W / 35.683333°N 105.936389°W / 35.683333; -105.936389 (Barrio de Analco Historic District)
Santa Fe Contributing buildings
10 Jane and Gustave Baumann House and Studio October 10, 2012
(#12000875)
409 Camino de Las Animas
35°40′39″N 105°56′13″W / 35.677487°N 105.936904°W / 35.677487; -105.936904 (Jane and Gustave Baumann House and Studio)
Santa Fe Former residence of artist Gustave Baumann.
11 Alfred M. Bergere House October 1, 1975
(#75001166)
135 Grant Ave.
35°41′21″N 105°56′22″W / 35.689167°N 105.939444°W / 35.689167; -105.939444 (Alfred M. Bergere House)
Santa Fe
12 Jean Bouquet Historic/Archeological District January 5, 1983
(#83001628)
Address Restricted
Pojoaque
13 Camino del Monte Sol Historic District July 11, 1988
(#88000440)
Roughly bounded by Acequia Madre, Camino del Monte Sol, El Caminito, and Garcia St.
35°40′41″N 105°55′46″W / 35.678056°N 105.929444°W / 35.678056; -105.929444 (Camino del Monte Sol Historic District)
Santa Fe Contributing buildings
14 Camino Real-Alamitos Section 2011-4-8[6]
(#11000169)
Address Restricted
Santa Fe part of the Camino Real in New Mexico, AD 1598-1881 Multiple Property Submission
15 Camino Real-Canon de las Bocas Section April 8, 2011
(#11000170)
Address Restricted
Santa Fe part of the Camino Real in New Mexico, AD 1598-1881 Multiple Property Submission
16 Camino Real-La Bajada Mesa Section April 8, 2011
(#11000168)
Address Restricted
Santa Fe part of the Camino Real in New Mexico, AD 1598-1881 Multiple Property Submission
17 Connor Hall September 22, 1988
(#88001561)
1060 Cerrillos Rd. at the New Mexico School for the Deaf
35°40′34″N 105°57′25″W / 35.676111°N 105.956944°W / 35.676111; -105.956944 (Connor Hall)
Santa Fe
18 Gregorio Crespin House May 29, 1975
(#75001167)
132 E. De Vargas St.
35°41′02″N 105°56′19″W / 35.683889°N 105.938611°W / 35.683889; -105.938611 (Gregorio Crespin House)
Santa Fe
19 Randall Davey House July 9, 1970
(#70000409)
Upper Canyon Rd.
35°41′23″N 105°53′17″W / 35.689722°N 105.888056°W / 35.689722; -105.888056 (Randall Davey House)
Santa Fe Former residence of artist Randall Davey, now Randall Davey Audubon Center & Sanctuary.
20 Delgado Street Bridge August 3, 2015
(#15000494)
Delgado St. over the Santa Fe River
35°41′04″N 105°55′52″W / 35.6844°N 105.9311°W / 35.6844; -105.9311 (Delgado Street Bridge)
Santa Fe
21 Digneo-Valdes House November 21, 1978
(#78001827)
1231 Paseo de Peralta
35°40′53″N 105°56′23″W / 35.681336°N 105.939728°W / 35.681336; -105.939728 (Digneo-Valdes House)
Santa Fe Brick house built in 1889 by Italian immigrant and building contractor Carlo Digneo
22 Dodge-Bailey House May 8, 2007
(#07000414)
3775 Old Santa Fe Trail
35°43′26″N 105°54′01″W / 35.723889°N 105.900278°W / 35.723889; -105.900278 (Dodge-Bailey House)
Santa Fe
23 Don Gaspar Bridge October 16, 2002
(#02001163)
Don Gaspar Ave. crossing over the Santa Fe River between Alameda and E. De Vargas Sts.
35°41′06″N 105°56′22″W / 35.685°N 105.939444°W / 35.685; -105.939444 (Don Gaspar Bridge)
Santa Fe
24 Don Gaspar Historic District July 21, 1983
(#83001629)
Roughly bounded by the Old Santa Fe Trail, Paseo de Peralta, Don Cubero and Houghton
35°40′42″N 105°56′28″W / 35.678333°N 105.941111°W / 35.678333; -105.941111 (Don Gaspar Historic District)
Santa Fe
25 El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro-La Bajada North Section March 19, 2018
(#100002204)
Address restricted
La Cienega
26 El Camino Real de Tierra Adentro-La Bajada South Section March 19, 2018
(#100002205)
Address restricted
La Cienega
27 El Puente de Los Hidalgos July 25, 2001
(#01000771)
Grant Ave. approximately 50 yards north of its junction with Paseo de Peralta
35°41′34″N 105°56′20″W / 35.692778°N 105.938889°W / 35.692778; -105.938889 (El Puente de Los Hidalgos)
Santa Fe
28 El Rancho de las Golondrinas Section-El Camino Real de Tierra Adento September 25, 2013
(#13000774)
Address Restricted
Santa Fe Part of the Camino Real in New Mexico, AD 1598-1881 MPS
29 El Santuario de Chimayo April 15, 1970
(#70000412)
1 mile northwest of the Santa Cruz Reservoir Dam
35°59′23″N 105°55′38″W / 35.989722°N 105.927222°W / 35.989722; -105.927222 (El Santuario de Chimayo)
Chimayo
30 El Zaguan August 1, 2008
(#08000732)
545 Canyon Rd.
35°40′56″N 105°55′47″W / 35.682137°N 105.92963°W / 35.682137; -105.92963 (El Zaguan)
Santa Fe Former residence of Margretta Stewart Dietrich, now housing Historic Santa Fe Foundation.
31 Fairview Cemetery January 20, 2005
(#04001517)
1134 Cerrillos Rd.
35°40′38″N 105°57′33″W / 35.677222°N 105.959167°W / 35.677222; -105.959167 (Fairview Cemetery)
Santa Fe
32 Federal Building August 15, 1974
(#74001207)
Cathedral Pl. at Palace St.
35°41′13″N 105°56′11″W / 35.686944°N 105.936389°W / 35.686944; -105.936389 (Federal Building)
Santa Fe Now the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
33 Fort Marcy Officer's Residence June 20, 1975
(#75001168)
116 Lincoln Ave.
35°41′19″N 105°56′17″W / 35.688611°N 105.938056°W / 35.688611; -105.938056 (Fort Marcy Officer's Residence)
Santa Fe Former residence of Edgar Lee Hewett, now Museum of New Mexico Foundation offices.
34 Fort Marcy Ruins April 14, 1975
(#75001169)
Off State Road 475
35°41′23″N 105°55′48″W / 35.689722°N 105.93°W / 35.689722; -105.93 (Fort Marcy Ruins)
Santa Fe
35 Glorieta Baldy Lookout Tower January 27, 1988
(#87002492)
Santa Fe National Forest[1]
35°39′00″N 105°47′57″W / 35.65°N 105.799167°W / 35.65; -105.799167 (Glorieta Baldy Lookout Tower)
La Cueva
36 Glorieta Pass Battlefield October 15, 1966
(#66000486)
10 miles southeast of Santa Fe on U.S. Routes 84/85
35°33′36″N 105°47′08″W / 35.56°N 105.785556°W / 35.56; -105.785556 (Glorieta Pass Battlefield)
Santa Fe Site of American Civil War Battle of Glorieta Pass. Parts of the battlefield are now included in Pecos National Historical Park which includes Pecos Pueblo in San Miguel County.
37 Hayt-Wientge House May 6, 1977
(#77000929)
620 Paseo de la Cuma
35°41′39″N 105°56′21″W / 35.694167°N 105.939167°W / 35.694167; -105.939167 (Hayt-Wientge House)
Santa Fe
38 Hospital September 22, 1988
(#88001562)
1060 Cerrillos Rd. at the New Mexico School for the Deaf
35°40′37″N 105°57′23″W / 35.676944°N 105.956389°W / 35.676944; -105.956389 (Hospital)
Santa Fe
39 J.B. Jackson House June 4, 1999
(#99000598)
268 Los Pinos Rd.
35°34′54″N 106°06′12″W / 35.581667°N 106.103333°W / 35.581667; -106.103333 (J.B. Jackson House)
Santa Fe
40 Everret Jones House January 15, 2004
(#03001411)
210 Brownell Howland Rd.
35°43′26″N 105°54′01″W / 35.723889°N 105.900278°W / 35.723889; -105.900278 (Everret Jones House)
Santa Fe
41 Daniel T. Kelly House October 19, 2005
(#05001182)
531 E. Palace Ave.
35°41′14″N 105°55′44″W / 35.687222°N 105.928889°W / 35.687222; -105.928889 (Daniel T. Kelly House)
Santa Fe
42 K'uuyemugeh August 3, 2015
(#15000496)
Address Restricted
Cuyamungue
43 La Armeria de Santa Fe August 16, 2011
(#11000530)
1050 Old Pecos Tr.
35°40′24″N 105°56′13″W / 35.673457°N 105.937033°W / 35.673457; -105.937033 (La Armeria de Santa Fe)
Santa Fe
44 La Bajada Mesa Agricultural Site December 15, 1983
(#83004178)
Address Restricted
La Bajada
45 La Cieneguilla South Section-El Camino Real de Tierra Adento September 25, 2013
(#13000775)
Address Restricted
La Cienega Part of the Camino Real in New Mexico, AD 1598-1881 MPS
46 La Iglesia de Santa Cruz and Site of the Plaza of Santa Cruz de la Canada August 17, 1973
(#73001148)
100 block of Santa Cruz Plaza
35°59′26″N 106°02′50″W / 35.990556°N 106.047222°W / 35.990556; -106.047222 (La Iglesia de Santa Cruz and Site of the Plaza of Santa Cruz de la Canada)
Espanola
47 Laboratory of Anthropology July 12, 1983
(#83001630)
708 Camino Lejo
35°39′52″N 105°55′28″W / 35.664444°N 105.924444°W / 35.664444; -105.924444 (Laboratory of Anthropology)
Santa Fe
48 Lamy Junction Archeological District June 13, 2016
(#16000388)
Address Restricted
Lamy
49 Las Acequias July 25, 2008
(#08000697)
22A Rancho Las Acequias
35°53′45″N 105°59′40″W / 35.89583°N 105.994508°W / 35.89583; -105.994508 (Las Acequias)
Santa Fe part of the Buildings Designed by John Gaw Meem Multiple Property Submission
50 Lujan-Ortiz House January 14, 2000
(#99001680)
1 mile from State Road 502 on County Road 84
35°53′11″N 106°03′31″W / 35.886389°N 106.058611°W / 35.886389; -106.058611 (Lujan-Ortiz House)
Jaconita
51 Madrid Historic District November 9, 1977
(#77000928)
25 miles southwest of Santa Fe on State Road 14
35°24′24″N 106°09′11″W / 35.406667°N 106.153056°W / 35.406667; -106.153056 (Madrid Historic District)
Madrid
52 John Gaw and Faith Bemis Meem House April 3, 2017
(#100000828)
3707 Old Santa Fe Trail
35°40′01″N 105°55′09″W / 35.667026°N 105.919256°W / 35.667026; -105.919256 (John Gaw and Faith Bemis Meem House)
Santa Fe
53 National Park Service Southwest Regional Office October 6, 1970
(#70000067)
Old Santa Fe Trail
35°40′01″N 105°55′21″W / 35.666944°N 105.9225°W / 35.666944; -105.9225 (National Park Service Southwest Regional Office)
Santa Fe
54 Navawi December 8, 1982
(#82001052)
On a bluff above State Route 4, 1.8 miles north of the Rover Boulevard intersection[7]
35°50′53″N 106°12′51″W / 35.848056°N 106.214167°W / 35.848056; -106.214167 (Navawi)
White Rock
55 New Mexico Supreme Court Building January 18, 2002
(#01001468)
237 Don Gaspar Ave.
35°41′04″N 105°56′21″W / 35.684444°N 105.939167°W / 35.684444; -105.939167 (New Mexico Supreme Court Building)
Santa Fe
56 B. J. O. and Margaret Doolittle Nordfeldt House January 2, 2020
(#100004822)
460 Camino de las Animas
35°40′39″N 105°56′06″W / 35.6774°N 105.9350°W / 35.6774; -105.9350 (B. J. O. and Margaret Doolittle Nordfeldt House)
Santa Fe
57 Nuestra Senora de Luz Church and Cemetery December 14, 1995
(#95001452)
13 miles southeast of Santa Fe, north of an Interstate 25 frontage road
35°32′58″N 105°49′32″W / 35.549444°N 105.825556°W / 35.549444; -105.825556 (Nuestra Senora de Luz Church and Cemetery)
Canoncito
58 Otowi Historic District December 4, 1975
(#75001170)
25 miles north of Santa Fe, on State Road 4 in the Rio Grande valley
35°52′31″N 106°08′31″W / 35.875278°N 106.141944°W / 35.875278; -106.141944 (Otowi Historic District)
Santa Fe
59 Otowi Suspension Bridge July 15, 1997
(#97000730)
State Road 4 over the Rio Grande
35°52′29″N 106°08′29″W / 35.874722°N 106.141389°W / 35.874722; -106.141389 (Otowi Suspension Bridge)
San Ildefonso Pueblo
60 Palace of the Governors October 15, 1966
(#66000489)
Palace Avenue at Santa Fe Plaza
35°41′16″N 105°56′15″W / 35.687778°N 105.9375°W / 35.687778; -105.9375 (Palace of the Governors)
Santa Fe
61 Petroglyph Hill November 16, 2015
(#15000851)
Address Restricted
Galisteo
62 Pflueger General Merchandise Store and Annex Saloon June 23, 1987
(#87000519)
State Road 41
35°28′51″N 105°52′48″W / 35.480833°N 105.88°W / 35.480833; -105.88 (Pflueger General Merchandise Store and Annex Saloon)
Lamy Now houses the Lamy Railroad and History Museum
63 Plaza del Cerro July 17, 1972
(#72000810)
Southwest of the junction of State Roads 4 and 76
35°53′19″N 105°56′00″W / 35.888611°N 105.933333°W / 35.888611; -105.933333 (Plaza del Cerro)
Chimayo
64 Pond-Kelly House October 19, 2018
(#100003031)
535 E Palace Ave.
35°41′06″N 105°55′43″W / 35.6851°N 105.9285°W / 35.6851; -105.9285 (Pond-Kelly House)
Santa Fe
65 Pueblo of Nambe January 21, 1974
(#74001208)
About 16 miles off State Road 4
35°53′05″N 105°57′52″W / 35.884722°N 105.964444°W / 35.884722; -105.964444 (Pueblo of Nambe)
Nambé Pueblo
66 Pueblo of Tesuque July 16, 1973
(#73001149)
About 8 miles north of Santa Fe on the western bank of the Tesuque River
35°48′10″N 105°58′31″W / 35.802778°N 105.975278°W / 35.802778; -105.975278 (Pueblo of Tesuque)
Tesuque
67 Reredos of Our Lady of Light September 4, 1970
(#70000411)
Christo Rey Church, Canyon Rd. and Cristo Rey St.
35°40′43″N 105°55′00″W / 35.678611°N 105.916667°W / 35.678611; -105.916667 (Reredos of Our Lady of Light)
Santa Fe Removed from the old Military Chapel on the Santa Fe Plaza.
68 Route 66 and National Old Trails Road Historic District at La Bajada June 30, 2005
(#05000633)
Approximately 0.5 miles northeast of the northern terminus of State Road 16
35°33′31″N 106°13′35″W / 35.558611°N 106.226389°W / 35.558611; -106.226389 (Route 66 and National Old Trails Road Historic District at La Bajada)
La Bajada
69 Ignacio Roybal House February 13, 1986
(#86000227)
County Road 84 west of State Road 4 and U.S. Routes 84/285
35°53′27″N 106°02′28″W / 35.890833°N 106.041111°W / 35.890833; -106.041111 (Ignacio Roybal House)
Jacona
70 St. John's College-Santa Fe, New Mexico August 3, 2015
(#15000495)
1160 Camino Cruz Blanca
35°40′00″N 105°54′45″W / 35.6667°N 105.9124°W / 35.6667; -105.9124 (St. John's College-Santa Fe, New Mexico)
Santa Fe
71 San Ildefonso Pueblo June 20, 1974
(#74001206)
Southwest of Espanola off State Road 4
35°53′29″N 106°07′05″W / 35.891389°N 106.118056°W / 35.891389; -106.118056 (San Ildefonso Pueblo)
San Ildefonso Pueblo
72 San Jose Hall May 26, 2015
(#15000264)
5637 NM 41
35°23′45″N 105°56′48″W / 35.3957°N 105.9467°W / 35.3957; -105.9467 (San Jose Hall)
Galisteo
73 San Lazaro October 15, 1966
(#66000490)
Address Restricted
Santa Fe
74 San Marcos Pueblo March 26, 1982
(#82003326)
Address Restricted
Capitan
75 Santa Fe Historic District July 23, 1973
(#73001150)
Roughly bounded by Camino Cabra, Camino de las Animas, W. Manhattan Ave., S. St. Francis Dr., and Griffin St.
35°41′13″N 105°56′06″W / 35.686944°N 105.935°W / 35.686944; -105.935 (Santa Fe Historic District)
Santa Fe
76 Santa Fe National Cemetery September 6, 2016
(#16000588)
501 N. Guadalupe St.
35°42′03″N 105°56′50″W / 35.700833°N 105.947222°W / 35.700833; -105.947222 (Santa Fe National Cemetery)
Santa Fe
77 Santa Fe Plaza October 15, 1966
(#66000491)
Santa Fe Plaza
35°41′14″N 105°56′15″W / 35.687222°N 105.9375°W / 35.687222; -105.9375 (Santa Fe Plaza)
Santa Fe
78 Santa Fe River Park Channel December 10, 2008
(#08001181)
Santa Fe River Park
35°41′03″N 105°55′42″W / 35.684150°N 105.928378°W / 35.684150; -105.928378 (Santa Fe River Park Channel)
Santa Fe
79 Santa Fe Trail-Apache Canyon Bridge Site November 7, 2012
(#12000912)
Across Galisteo Cr.
35°30′44″N 105°51′18″W / 35.512222°N 105.854981°W / 35.512222; -105.854981 (Santa Fe Trail-Apache Canyon Bridge Site)
Glorieta Part of the Santa Fe Trail MPS
80 Albert Schmidt House and Studio July 25, 2003
(#03000691)
1505 A and B Bishop's Lodge Rd.
35°45′21″N 105°55′25″W / 35.755833°N 105.923611°W / 35.755833; -105.923611 (Albert Schmidt House and Studio)
Tesuque
81 School Building Number 2 September 22, 1988
(#88001560)
1060 Cerrillos Rd. at the New Mexico School for the Deaf
35°40′35″N 105°57′24″W / 35.676389°N 105.956667°W / 35.676389; -105.956667 (School Building Number 2)
Santa Fe
82 Scottish Rite Cathedral March 13, 1987
(#87000424)
463 Paseo de Peralta
35°41′30″N 105°56′09″W / 35.691667°N 105.935833°W / 35.691667; -105.935833 (Scottish Rite Cathedral)
Santa Fe
83 Second Ward School March 30, 1978
(#78001828)
312 Sandoval St.
35°41′09″N 105°56′37″W / 35.685833°N 105.943611°W / 35.685833; -105.943611 (Second Ward School)
Santa Fe
84 Seton Village October 15, 1966
(#66000492)
6 miles south of Santa Fe off U.S. Route 84
35°35′56″N 105°55′54″W / 35.598889°N 105.931667°W / 35.598889; -105.931667 (Seton Village)
Santa Fe
85 Eugenie Shonnard House September 5, 1975
(#75001171)
Address Restricted
Santa Fe Former residence of artist Eugenie Shonnard.
86 Spiegelberg House May 25, 1973
(#73001151)
237 E. Palace St.
35°41′13″N 105°56′00″W / 35.686944°N 105.933333°W / 35.686944; -105.933333 (Spiegelberg House)
Santa Fe
87 Superintendent's Residence September 22, 1988
(#88001563)
1060 Cerrillos Rd. at the New Mexico School for the Deaf
35°40′37″N 105°57′17″W / 35.676944°N 105.954722°W / 35.676944; -105.954722 (Superintendent's Residence)
Santa Fe
88 Pinckney R. Tully House November 5, 1974
(#74001209)
136 Grant Ave.
35°41′26″N 105°56′24″W / 35.690556°N 105.94°W / 35.690556; -105.94 (Pinckney R. Tully House)
Santa Fe
89 U.S. Courthouse May 25, 1973
(#73001152)
106 S. Federal Pl.
35°41′27″N 105°56′12″W / 35.690833°N 105.936667°W / 35.690833; -105.936667 (U.S. Courthouse)
Santa Fe
90 Carlos Vierra House August 3, 1979
(#79001554)
1002 Old Pecos Trail
35°40′28″N 105°56′12″W / 35.674444°N 105.936667°W / 35.674444; -105.936667 (Carlos Vierra House)
Santa Fe Former residence of artist Carlos Vierra, an early example of Pueblo Revival architecture in Santa Fe.
91 Donaciano Vigil House June 28, 1972
(#72000811)
518 Alto St.
35°41′16″N 105°56′45″W / 35.687778°N 105.945833°W / 35.687778; -105.945833 (Donaciano Vigil House)
Santa Fe
92 Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian December 18, 1990
(#90001917)
704 Camino Lejo
35°39′45″N 105°55′38″W / 35.6625°N 105.927222°W / 35.6625; -105.927222 (Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian)
Santa Fe

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

A.^ While the NRIS lists the tower as being in San Miguel County, the map included with its nomination places it within Santa Fe County.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on October 23, 2020.
  3. ^ 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. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. April 24, 2008.
  5. ^ 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.
  6. ^ NPS Gallery info for Camino Real-Alamitos Section. Note this one out of 11 Camino Real segment listings on the same date was omitted from NPS's Weekly List announcement of February 2, 2012, presumably by accident.
  7. ^ Location derived from its GNIS feature record; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted".