PALACE OF THE GOVERNORS PHOTO ARCHIVES

The Palace of the Governors Photo Archives contains an estimated 1,000,000 items including historic photographic prints, cased photographs, glass plate negatives, film negatives, stereographs, photo postcards, panoramas, color transparencies, and lantern slides. We are a part of the New Mexico History Museum in downtown Santa Fe.

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Camilio Weisskopf with Artie and Phil Bibo at Cubero, New MexicoDate: 1909?Negative Number 044739

Camilio Weisskopf with Artie and Phil Bibo at Cubero, New Mexico

Date: 1909?
Negative Number 044739

Author Willa CatherPhotographer: Nickolas MurrayDate: 1920s?Negative Number 111734

Author Willa Cather

Photographer: Nickolas Murray
Date: 1920s?
Negative Number 111734

Automobile at Tesuque Pueblo, New Mexico Date: 1913Negative Number 191916

Automobile at Tesuque Pueblo, New Mexico 

Date: 1913
Negative Number 191916

Mariquita, New MexicoPhotographer: Anacleto G. Apodaca Date: 1949Negative Number 142326

Mariquita, New Mexico

Photographer: Anacleto G. Apodaca 
Date: 1949
Negative Number 142326

Sallie, Walter, and William (Willie) Chisum, children of rancher James Chisum of Chisum Ranch near Roswell, New Mexico
Date: 1874Cabinet card, negative number 091336

Sallie, Walter, and William (Willie) Chisum, children of rancher James Chisum of Chisum Ranch near Roswell, New Mexico

Date: 1874
Cabinet card, negative number 091336

View from Palace Avenue of St. Francis Cathedral, San Francisco Street, and Archbishop’s Residence during a construction project, Santa Fe, New MexicoDate: undated, circa 1910s?From the Santa Fe New Mexican collection, Negative Number HP.2014.14.106

View from Palace Avenue of St. Francis Cathedral, San Francisco Street, and Archbishop’s Residence during a construction project, Santa Fe, New Mexico

Date: undated, circa 1910s?
From the Santa Fe New Mexican collection, Negative Number HP.2014.14.106

Party returning from La Cueva Pintada, Rito de los Frijoles, New Mexico, now part of Bandelier National Monument. Picture includes Neil Judd, Santiago Naranjo, Julian Martinez, and Edgar L. Hewett.Photographer: Neil JuddDate: 1910Negative Number 028692

Party returning from La Cueva Pintada, Rito de los Frijoles, New Mexico, now part of Bandelier National Monument. Picture includes Neil Judd, Santiago Naranjo, Julian Martinez, and Edgar L. Hewett.

Photographer: Neil Judd
Date: 1910
Negative Number 028692

Artist and educator Manuel Robert “Bob” Chavez, Cochiti Pueblo, New MexicoCreator: Joanne RijmesDate: 1988Negative Number 189275Chavez survived the Bataan Death March and his confinement as a POW during WWII.

Artist and educator Manuel Robert “Bob” Chavez, Cochiti Pueblo, New Mexico

Creator: Joanne Rijmes
Date: 1988
Negative Number 189275

Chavez survived the Bataan Death March and his confinement as a POW during WWII.