New Mexico New Deal Sites June 2019 - Photo #167 - Santa Fe: New Mexico School for the Deaf

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nmsdhospital
Photo: noehill.com, National Register of Historic Places in Santa Fe County[3]
New Mexico School for the Deaf Hospital, 1937, Architect: Gordon F. Street; National Register #88001562. Also known as the Health Center and the Infirmary. Built with PWA funds[1]. The building has since been demolished but part of its historic fašade was preserved[5].
References
  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 ... Santa Fe ... School for Deaf hospital and alterations, $72,727."
  2. National Register of Historic Places in Santa Fe County noehill.com, accessed 12 July 2019.
  3. National Register Digital Asset, National Park Service, NPGallery Digital Asset Management System website, National Register Information System ID: 88001562, Received 8 August 1988, accessed 14 July 2019: "The hospital is one of four buildings on the campus of the New Mexico School for the Deaf included in this Nomination. All buildings at NMSD are designed in the Spanish Pueblo Revival Style. The Hospital is significant because it was a WPA project, and Gorden Street was the architect. This building is one of six constructed in the late 1930's using WPA funds." (WPA should be PWA.)
  4. National Register of Historic Places Continuation Sheet, National Park Service, 8 August 1988. This is a legible, searchable PDF of the same form.
  5. School Design Preserves a Piece of Heritage for NMSD Historic Campus, Dekker Perich Sabatini website, accessed 14 July 2019.