The Historic American Buildings Survey in New Mexico, 1933-Today
The first complete history of the Federal Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS )in New Mexico, dedicated to the preservation of centuries of architecture. This includes ancient Pueblo communities, plaza-centered Hispanic villages of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, and railroad-era main streets of commerce and tourism.
"The starting point for a more profound understanding of New Mexico's legacy of historic architecture and a renewed effort to preserve what remains."
Trim: 9" x 12"
Illustrations: 55 black-and-white photographs, 33 line drawings, maps