I’ve been sorting through the old Santa Fé photos I’ve collected over the years, and it seems to me that Santa Fé has changed more in the 30 plus years since I called Santa Fé home than it did in the prior 50 years before it. Sometimes I don’t recognize my childhood home when I’m there, but I do recognize it from the old photos I have. Before I go back to school later this week, I’m hoping to put most of my collection of my old Santa Fé photos here. I’m going to start with photos I found in the Library of Congress.
San Miguel Mission - Now called the Oldest
Church, Old Santa Fé Tail (College St.)
Palace of the Governors on the Santa Fé Plaza
A side view of the Palace of the Governors taken
at the same time as the previous photo
SE corner of Palace Ave & Lincoln St.
The Patio inside the Palace of the Governors
click on the photo at the site mentioned, it will give you an enlarged version. You can see the Plaza because the Civil War Statue is visible in front of the Plaza of the Governors.