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El Palacio: Quarterly Journal of the Museum of New Mexico, published continuously since 1913

by Hughes, Phyllis, Editor

Condition: Very Good

Santa Fe, New Mexico: Museum of New Mexico, Summer 1976. Serial. Staplebound . Very Good. Vol. 82, #2 A Special Issue -- The Setting of A City Albuquerque - The "Duke". 13 pages devoted to "Tradition and the Individual Talent" The Architecture of John Gaw Meem As Photographed by Laura Gilpin by George Clayton Pearl. Photographs of the interior of Cristo Rey Church in Santa Fe, La Quinta the Simms house in Albuquerque, Cole residence in Santa Fe, Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, Zimmerman Library at the University of New Mexico and the interior of an unnamed residence.


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