Photo, Print, Drawing Image 9 of Historical buildings and neighborhood, Mora, New Mexico; Pop Shaffer Hotel and Rancho Bonito, Mountainair, New Mexico

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About this Item

Title
Historical buildings and neighborhood, Mora, New Mexico; Pop Shaffer Hotel and Rancho Bonito, Mountainair, New Mexico
Contributor Names
Kalb, Laurie Beth (Research team member)
Fleischhauer, Carl (Photographer)
Created / Published
Mora, New Mexico; Mountainair, New Mexico, June 25, 1984
Subject Headings
-  Folklore--New Mexico
-  Photographs
-  Ethnography
-  United States -- New Mexico
-  United States -- New Mexico -- Mora
-  Mountainair
Genre
Photographs
Ethnography
Notes
-  Index data: Image numbers and descriptions: on a visit guided by local historian Elmo Baca in Mora NM: 1, exterior of Maggie Olivas's adobe house with grandsons in the doorway; 2-3, behind the Saint Gertrude/Santa Gertrudis church, an old house, the convent, fieldworker's notes add "do not recall if it still has this function," statue of the Virgin on the porch, fieldworker's notes add "this statue used to be on a pedestal in front of the church but was vandalized and Fred T. Olivas fixed it and painted the backdrop for it; 31-32, small chapel in the China Block neighborhood, fieldworker's notes add "Elmo Baca liked the Greek temple architecture"; 6-7, main street of Mora; travelling across open space, driving west toward Mountainair: 8, scene out of the auto window; at Pop Shaffer's Rancho Bonito, Mountainair NM: 9-14, buildings at Rancho Bonito decorated by Pop Shaffer; 15-16, Rancho Bonito's Mt. Rushmore, Lincoln, Washington, and Teddy Roosevelt; 17-20, gate and drive at Rancho Bonito.
Medium
35 mm color slide
Call Number/Physical Location
Call number: AFC 1991/032: CF-C011
Source Collection
New Mexico Folklife Project collection (AFC 1991/032)
Repository
American Folklife Center
Digital Id
https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.afc/afc1991032.afc1991032_cf_c011
Online Format
image
IIIF Presentation Manifest
Manifest (JSON/LD)

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Chicago citation style:

Kalb, Laurie Beth, and Carl Fleischhauer. Historical buildings and neighborhood, Mora, New Mexico; Pop Shaffer Hotel and Rancho Bonito, Mountainair, New Mexico. United States Mora Mountainair New Mexico, 1984. Mora, New Mexico; Mountainair, New Mexico. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1991032_cf_c011/.

APA citation style:

Kalb, L. B. & Fleischhauer, C. (1984) Historical buildings and neighborhood, Mora, New Mexico; Pop Shaffer Hotel and Rancho Bonito, Mountainair, New Mexico. United States Mora Mountainair New Mexico, 1984. Mora, New Mexico; Mountainair, New Mexico. [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/afc1991032_cf_c011/.

MLA citation style:

Kalb, Laurie Beth, and Carl Fleischhauer. Historical buildings and neighborhood, Mora, New Mexico; Pop Shaffer Hotel and Rancho Bonito, Mountainair, New Mexico. Mora, New Mexico; Mountainair, New Mexico. Photograph. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/afc1991032_cf_c011/>.

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