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Home > New Mexico > Albuquerque > St. Anthony's Orphanage, Chapel, 1500 Indian School Road Northwest, Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, NM



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B&W Photos
Southeast View
HB850699
Southeast View
Front East Side
HB850700
Front East Side
North Side
HB850701
North Side
West Side
HB850702
West Side
South Side
HB850703
South Side
Window And Eave Details, North Side
HB850704
Window And Eave Details, North Side
Parapet Details, East Side
HB850705
Parapet Details, East Side
Rectory Detail, Second Floor
HB850706
Rectory Detail, Second Floor
Choir Loft Detail, Mezzanine Level
HB850707
Choir Loft Detail, Mezzanine Level
Sanctury Ceiling And Window Details Above Existing Suspended Acoustic Tile Ceiling
HB850708
Sanctury Ceiling And Window Details Above Existing Suspended Acoustic Tile Ceiling
Window And Plaster Details Above Existing Suspended Acoustic Tile Ceiling
HB850709
Window And Plaster Details Above Existing Suspended Acoustic Tile Ceiling


Data Pages


Photo Caption Pages


Item Title


Location
1500 Indian School Road Northwest, Albuquerque, NM

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Created/Published
Documentation compiled after 1933.

Notes
Survey number HABS NM-149-C
Building/structure dates: 1930 initial construction
Building/structure dates: 1972 subsequent work
Significance: In summation, the Chapel exemplifies the California Mission Style which is rare in New Mexico. Its most significant architectural characteristics are the exterior facades, fenestration details, parapets and roof, most notably the carved wood rafter-ends. Significant interior features include the plaster ceiling, the circular plaster wall finishes on the second floor, and the plaster window treatment.

Subjects
Religious Services
Brick Buildings
Chapels


Related Names
Boehning, A. W.
Ruddy, Dick, Photographer


Collection
Historic American Buildings Survey (Library of Congress)

Contents
Photograph caption(s): 
1. SOUTHEAST VIEW
2. FRONT EAST SIDE
3. NORTH SIDE
4. WEST SIDE
5. SOUTH SIDE
6. WINDOW AND EAVE DETAILS, NORTH SIDE
7. PARAPET DETAILS, EAST SIDE
8. RECTORY DETAIL, SECOND FLOOR
9. CHOIR LOFT DETAIL, MEZZANINE LEVEL
10. SANCTURY CEILING AND WINDOW DETAILS ABOVE EXISTING SUSPENDED ACOUSTIC TILE CEILING
11. WINDOW AND PLASTER DETAILS ABOVE EXISTING SUSPENDED ACOUSTIC TILE CEILING


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