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Category: Territorial Revival

  • Kelly Residence

    Kelly Residence

    This house, built in 1937, was designed by John Gaw Meem, one of New Mexico’s most well-known architects of the early 20th century. It is a good example of Meem’s Territorial Revival style residences.

  • Hotel Andaluz  (Hilton)

    Hotel Andaluz (Hilton)

    Hotel magnate Conrad Hilton was a native of San Antonio, New Mexico. Owner of several hotels in Texas, Hilton made this his first after the Great Depression and the first modern, high-rise hotel in the state….

  • Los Poblanos Historic Inn

    Los Poblanos Historic Inn

    Los Poblanos is considered one of architect John Gaw Meem’s residential masterpieces. . . .

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