New Mexico New Deal Sites June 2019 - Photo #179 - Santa Fe: New Mexico School for the Deaf

New Mexico School for the Deaf Superindent's Residence, built somewhere between 1900 and 1904 and therefore not a New Deal structure, but it was renovated under a PWA project in 1937[1] and it houses a collection of New Deal art[2].
  1. Marian Meyer, A Century of Progress, A History of the New Mexico School for the Deaf, NMSD (1989), p.60.
  2. New Deal Art and Architecture in Santa Fe - A Guided Tour of Hidden Depression-Era Treasures, June 6, 2017, New Mexico History Museum: " visit New Deal buildings at the New Mexico School for the Deaf and the New Deal art collection in the Superintendent's residence... Kathy Flynn[3], Executive Director of the National New Deal Preservation Association will lead the tour..."
  3. National Register #88001563.
  4. Susan Ives, New Deal Activist Kathy Flynn Honored as a "Living Treasure", Living New Deal Newsletter, 26 July 2016.