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07/22
El Rancho de las Golondrinas
Santa Fe, New Mexico
07/21
Willapa Seaport Museum
Raymond, Washington
07/19
Tioga County Historical Society
Owego, New York
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07/22
Bally Exhibit
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
07/22
SurroundArt - CLOSED
Washington, District of Columbia
07/21
Ideum
Corrales, New Mexico
07/18
Stories USA, Inc.
Ellicott City, Maryland
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07/18
Society for the Preservation of Old Mills (SPOOM)
Doylestown, Pennsylvania
07/18
Florida Association of Museums
Tallahassee, Florida
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Artesia, New Mexico
Art, Children's, History, Historic House, Library, Natural History
Belen, New Mexico
Culture, History, Historic House
The Santa Fe railroad arrived in Belen in 1880, when Belen was just a small farming community. For the next 25 years, there was little train traffic through Belen, because the main rail line went west from Albuquerque. But in 1908 the railroad opened a new line that avoided the steep grades over Raton Pass. This new line was the Belen cut-off, and it routed many more trains through Belen. Belen began to bustle.
Espanola, New Mexico
Historic House
Columbus, New Mexico
General, History, Historic House, Historical Society
General Membership meetings take place on the 2nd Thursday of the month at 5:50 and are open to anyone who would like to attend. You need not be a member. A potluck is served first, followed by a short business meeting and then a speaker or some other entertainment.
Raton, New Mexico
Historic House
Santa Fe, New Mexico
Anthropology, Archaeology, Art, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Park, Specialized
El Rancho de las Golondrinas is a living history museum located on 200 acres in a rural farming valley just south of Santa Fe, New Mexico. The Museum, dedicated to the history, heritage and culture of 18th and 19th century New Mexico, opened in 1972. Original colonial buildings on the site date from the early 1700s. In addition, historic buildings from other parts of northern New Mexico have been reconstructed at Las Golondrinas.
Taos, New Mexico
Historic House
Roswell, New Mexico
Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Los Alamos, New Mexico
Anthropology, Archaeology, Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
We preserve and interpret the 1.5 million years of history of the area, from the explosion of a volcano that shaped our landscape to the explosion of the atomic bomb made in our town that shaped the world both militarily and scientifically. We plan to administer the historic home of Manhattan Project Scientific Director, J. Robert Oppenheimer and open a newly-restored homesteading cabin on our grounds.
Los Lunas, New Mexico
Art, Culture, History, Historic House, Library
Situated on the corner of Main Street and Luna Avenue(Under the water tower, The Los Lunas museum of Heritage and Arts is housed in a historic building that has had a variety of tenants over the years. The museum was founded in 2008 as a special collections branch of the Los Lunas Public Library.
Chloride, New Mexico
Archaeology, History, Historic House, Natural History
The Pioneer Store Museum consists of an 1880 Silver Boom Town mercantile. It was closed in rhe early 1920s, and was sealed up with lumber and tin over all of the windows and doors. It stood that way, unmolested, for nearly 70 years. When opened, the merchandise, including food stuff, was still on the shelves. It is the intent of the owners to preserve the 'store' as it was found for the benefit of the public.
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