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Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property

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Ken Barrick. Demise of the Fountains. United States. Oil on canvas. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Stephen Hansen. God Put You Here for A Reason. United States, 2002. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. San Antonio (St. Anthony) Reverse Glass Painting. ca. late 18th century. Glass, paint, walnut. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Daniel Sachs. Wood cross with straw inlay. United States. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Jesus Nazareno. Mexico, ca. 18th century. Wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Carpenter Unknown. New Mexico Colonial Chair, ca. late 18th century. Wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Candelabra, ca. late 1800s. Brass. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Robe. China. Cotton. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Charlie Carillo. Nuestra Senora de Dolores (Our Lady of Sorrows) Bulto. United States, 2014. Painted wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. San Jose (St. Joseph) with Child Bulto. Mexico, ca. 18th century. Polychrome wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Victor Goler. Santa Familia (Holy Family) Retablo. United States, 1992. Painted wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Eluid Martinez. Santa Familia Nacimiento (Holy Family nativity scene). United States, 1995. Unpainted wood, tin. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Acoma Pueblo Pot. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Crucifix. Wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Mexican table cloth. Cotton. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Mexican table runner. Cotton. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Monica Sosaya Halford. Matachine. United States. 2015. Painted wood and ribbons. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist unknown. Bulto, Santa Barbara. ca. 18th century. Polychrome wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist Unknown. Church. Peru. Painted Clay. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.The Taylor Mesilla Historic Property.The Old Mesilla Plaza.The Old Mesilla Plaza.The Old Mesilla Plaza.The Old Mesilla Plaza.The Old Mesilla Plaza.The Old Mesilla Plaza.The Basilica of San Albino on the north end of the Old Mesilla Plaza near the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.The Basilica of San Albino on the north end of the Old Mesilla Plaza near the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Snow covers Mesilla's acequia madre (main irrigation ditch) to the west of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.The acequia madre (main irrigation ditch) in Mesilla, to the west of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.The Interior Courtyard of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.A tribute to Father Grange, a former owner of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property, placed by Mrs. Perla Alidib, another former owner of the home, on the north end of the Basilica of San Albino in Mesilla.Ducks in Mesilla's acequia madre (main irrigation ditch) to the west of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.An old adobe blacksmith shop in Mesilla, to the west of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Pat Taylor teaches adobe work at the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property during a preservation workshop held in 2019 in partnership with the New Mexico Humanities Council.Adobe bricks used in the preservation of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property drying at the site during a preservation workshop held in 2019 in partnership with the New Mexico Humanities Council.Pat Taylor teaches adobe work at the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property during a preservation workshop held in 2019 in partnership with the New Mexico Humanities Council.Adobe bricks used in the preservation of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property drying at the site during a preservation workshop held in 2019 in partnership with the New Mexico Humanities Council.Artist Unknown. Los Peregrinos, Mexico. Composite. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist unknown. Painted gourd nacimiento (nativity scene) from Guatemala. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Victor Goler. Guadalupe, United States, 2005. Painted wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Artist unknown. Peruvian Canoe nacimiento (nativity scene). Painted clay. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Agustin Cruz Prudencio tractor nacimiento (nativity scene) from Mexico. Painted wood. Collection, Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Jose Jimenez nacimiento (nativity scene) from Mexico. Painted clay. Next to a photograph of Mary Daniels Taylor.A small bedroom of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Photo by Tom Conelly.The Sala of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Photo by Tom Conelly.The Sala Grande of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Photo by Tom Conelly.The Sala Grande of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Photo by Tom Conelly.The Guest Bedroom at the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Photo by Tom Conelly.The Sitting Room at the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Photo by Tom Conelly.The Music Room at the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Photo by Tom Conelly.The Dining Room in the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Photo by Tom Conelly.The Oratorio at the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property. Photo by Tom Conelly.J. Paul Taylor photographed on the Mesilla Plaza. Photo by Paul Ratje.J. Paul Taylor photographed in the Oratorio of the home.A Christmas tree on display in the Sala Grande of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Snow falls on the Mesilla Plaza.The Sitting Room at the Taylor-Mesilla Historic PropertyThe Sala Grande of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.J. Paul Taylor and Mary Daniels Taylor in 1946.J. Paul Taylor visits with students from the J. Paul Taylor Academy in 2012 during a school tour of the home.J. Paul Taylor photographed in the Sala Grande of his home in 2018. Photo by Paul Ratje.The Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property, circa 1970s. Taken for the Historic American Building Survey.The Barela Store of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property, circa 1970s. Taken for the Historic American Building Survey.Staff and volunteers of Coronado Historic Site with J. Paul Taylor on a tour of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Members of the Museum of New Mexico Board of Regents and the Museum of New Mexico Foundation interact with members of the Friends of the Taylor Family Monument at the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.

Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property

Leslie Bergloff                                      Regional Manager                                  New Mexico Historic Sites,                      Southern Region  leslie.bergloff@state.nm.us                  575-202-1638