When the National Trust announced the Palace of the Governors would be named a National Treasure in January 2015, I was elated to have the opportunity to help save a place that means a great deal to me. I was born and raised in Santa Fe, and to me (and many New Mexicans), the Palace is an institution.
Everyone who has lived or spent time in Santa Fe has a memory from the modest-looking adobe “Palace,” which, in addition to being the oldest continuously-used public building in the United States, holds the equally important distinction of serving as the backdrop of fond memories for many generations of New Mexicans over its 400-year life.... Read More →
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