Historical Resources

Watrous House Historical Resources

 

Historical American Building Survey – Photographs, drawings and documents provided by National Park Service from 1940 study by John Gaw Meem, (Library of Congress)

History of New Mexico, George B.  Anderson, 1902 (New Mexico Records Center and Archives)

“Fifty Years of Change”, Anna Nolan Clark, ‘New Mexico Magazine’, 1938 (New Mexico Records Center and Archives)

“Watrous at River Junction Saw Unfolding of History”, Rev. Stanley Grocchiola, ‘The Santa Fe Register’, 1948 (New Mexico Records Center and Archives)

“A Glimpse Into the Past”, ‘New Mexico Architecture’, November 1959 (New Mexico Records Center and Archives)

“The Watrous New Mexico Story”, F. Stanley, 1962 (New Mexico Records and Archives)

“The Life of Tessie Maxwell of Cimmeron, NM”, Louis F. Serno (New Mexico Records Center and Archives)

“Fastest Ox Train on the Santa Fe Trail”, S. Omar Barker, ‘True West’, February 1973 (Santa Fe Public Library)

“Ranch Home on the Santa Fe Trail”, Ruth Armstrong, ‘New Mexico Magazine’, January 1978 (New Mexico Records Center and Archives)

“Study of the Watrou National Historic Landmark For the National Park Service And The New Mexico State Historic Preservation Society’, Betsy Swanson, June 1982 (New Mexico Office of Cultural Affairs)

**Watrous House is on the National Historic Register in a National Landmark District