New Mexico New Deal Sites June 2019 - Photo #176 - Santa Fe: New Mexico School for the Deaf

Photo: NMSD Graphic Building Chronology, courtesy of Keri-Lynn McBride, NMSD Director of Development & Community Relations
New Mexico School for the Deaf: Hay barn under construction. If this is the same building as the Maintenance Barn referred to in [2], this was one of the early designs of architect John Gaw Meem.
  1. 50 Communities Benefit from PWA Costing Nearly 18 Million Dollars, Albuquerque Journal, 12 September 1937, p.4: "Towns which have benefitted from Public Works Projects [long list] ... Santa Fe ... School for Deaf dining hall and barn, $107,000."
  2. Marian Meyer, A Century of Progress, A History of the New Mexico School for the Deaf, NMSD (1989), p.59.