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National Register of Historic Places listings in Doña Ana County, New Mexico

Location of Doña Ana County in New Mexico

This is a list of the National Register of Historic Places listings in Doña Ana County, New Mexico.

This is intended to be a complete list of the properties and districts on the National Register of Historic Places in Doña Ana County, New Mexico, United States. Latitude and longitude coordinates are provided for many National Register properties and districts; these locations may be seen together in a map.[1]

There are 34 properties and districts listed on the National Register in the county, including 2 National Historic Landmarks. All of the places within the county on the National Register are also listed on the State Register of Cultural Properties.

This National Park Service list is complete through NPS recent listings posted August 9, 2019.[2]
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Contents: NRHP in New Mexico by county
Bernalillo – Catron – Chaves – Cibola – Colfax – Curry – De Baca – Doña Ana – Eddy – Grant – Guadalupe – Harding – Hidalgo – Lea – Lincoln – Los Alamos – Luna – McKinley – Mora – Otero – Quay – Rio Arriba – Roosevelt – San Juan – San Miguel – Sandoval – Santa Fe – Sierra – Socorro – Taos – Torrance – Union – Valencia


Current listingsEdit

[3] Name on the Register[4] Image Date listed[5] Location City or town Description
1 Air Science May 16, 1989
(#88001546)
Northeastern corner of N. Horseshoe and Espina St. on the New Mexico State University campus
32°17′00″N 106°45′19″W / 32.283333°N 106.755278°W / 32.283333; -106.755278 (Air Science)
Las Cruces Today the William Conroy Honors Center
2 Alameda-Depot Historic District April 11, 1985
(#85000786)
Includes properties centered around Pioneer Park and extending up Alameda Boulevard
32°18′45″N 106°47′01″W / 32.3125°N 106.783611°W / 32.3125; -106.783611 (Alameda-Depot Historic District)
Las Cruces
3 Nestor Armijo House December 12, 1976
(#76001195)
Lohman Ave. and Church St.
32°18′20″N 106°46′35″W / 32.305556°N 106.776389°W / 32.305556; -106.776389 (Nestor Armijo House)
Las Cruces
4 Barela-Reynolds House January 20, 1978
(#78001815)
Off State Road 292
32°16′27″N 106°47′43″W / 32.274167°N 106.795278°W / 32.274167; -106.795278 (Barela-Reynolds House)
Mesilla State Historic Site
5 L.B. Bentley General Merchandise March 22, 2006
(#06000155)
16125 Old Organ Main St.
32°25′40″N 106°35′55″W / 32.427778°N 106.598611°W / 32.427778; -106.598611 (L.B. Bentley General Merchandise)
Organ
6 Thomas Branigan Memorial Library September 15, 2004
(#04000981)
106 W. Hadley St.
32°18′52″N 106°46′48″W / 32.314444°N 106.78°W / 32.314444; -106.78 (Thomas Branigan Memorial Library)
Las Cruces Original library building; replaced by newer facility in 1979
7 Camino Real-Rincon Arroyo-Perrillo Section April 8, 2011
(#11000172)
Address Restricted
Rincon
8 Camino Real-San Diego South April 8, 2011
(#11000165)
Address Restricted
Rincon
9 Camino Real-San Diego North South Section April 8, 2011
(#11000166)
Address Restricted
Radium Springs
10 Chope's Town Cafe and Bar May 26, 2015
(#15000262)
16145 NM 28
32°07′10″N 106°42′22″W / 32.1195°N 106.7062°W / 32.1195; -106.7062 (Chope's Town Cafe and Bar)
La Mesa
11 Dona Ana Village Historic District September 27, 1996
(#96001042)
Roughly bounded by the Dona Ana lateral irrigation ditch, Interstate 25, State Road 320, and Dona Ana School Rd.
32°23′17″N 106°48′56″W / 32.388056°N 106.815556°W / 32.388056; -106.815556 (Dona Ana Village Historic District)
Doña Ana
12 Paul Laurence Dunbar Elementary School February 7, 2017
(#100000630)
325 Holguin Rd.
32°07′06″N 106°39′46″W / 32.118213°N 106.662733°W / 32.118213; -106.662733 (Paul Laurence Dunbar Elementary School)
Vado
13 Elephant Butte Irrigation District August 8, 1997
(#97000822)
Roughly along U.S. Route 85 between its junction with State Road 90 and the El Paso city limits
32°12′58″N 106°57′31″W / 32.216111°N 106.958611°W / 32.216111; -106.958611 (Elephant Butte Irrigation District)
Las Cruces Extends into Sierra County and El Paso County, Texas
14 Fort Fillmore July 30, 1974
(#74001196)
Eastern side of Holy Cross Rd., southeast of Las Cruces[6]
32°15′28″N 106°44′36″W / 32.257877°N 106.743338°W / 32.257877; -106.743338 (Fort Fillmore)
Las Cruces
15 Fort Selden July 9, 1970
(#70000401)
18 miles north of Las Cruces
32°29′45″N 106°55′30″W / 32.495833°N 106.925°W / 32.495833; -106.925 (Fort Selden)
Las Cruces State Historic Site
16 Foster Hall May 16, 1989
(#88001547)
Southeastern corner of the junction of S. Horseshoe and Sweet on the New Mexico State University campus
32°16′53″N 106°45′09″W / 32.281389°N 106.7525°W / 32.281389; -106.7525 (Foster Hall)
Las Cruces
17 Goddard Hall September 22, 1988
(#88001548)
S. Horseshoe between Espina and Sweet on the New Mexico State University campus
32°16′53″N 106°45′13″W / 32.281389°N 106.753611°W / 32.281389; -106.753611 (Goddard Hall)
Las Cruces
18 Green Bridge August 21, 2008
(#08000791)
4100 Dripping Springs Rd.
32°17′56″N 106°43′13″W / 32.29885°N 106.72015°W / 32.29885; -106.72015 (Green Bridge)
Las Cruces
19 Hadley-Ludwick House April 3, 1991
(#91000352)
2640 El Paseo
32°16′59″N 106°45′42″W / 32.283056°N 106.761667°W / 32.283056; -106.761667 (Hadley-Ludwick House)
Las Cruces
20 International Boundary Marker No. 1, U.S. and Mexico September 10, 1974
(#74001195)
West of El Paso off Interstate 10
31°47′02″N 106°31′47″W / 31.783889°N 106.529755°W / 31.783889; -106.529755 (International Boundary Marker No. 1, U.S. and Mexico)
Sunland Park Border monument placed in 1855
21 Frank and Amelia Jones House July 25, 2014
(#14000444)
18000 Castillo Rd.
32°08′42″N 106°43′02″W / 32.1449°N 106.7171°W / 32.1449; -106.7171 (Frank and Amelia Jones House)
La Mesa
22 La Mesilla Historic District July 20, 1982
(#82003323)
Roughly bounded by Calle del Norte, Calle del El Paso, Calle del Cura and Calleion Guerro
32°16′49″N 106°47′39″W / 32.280278°N 106.794167°W / 32.280278; -106.794167 (La Mesilla Historic District)
Mesilla
23 Launch Complex 33 October 3, 1985
(#85003541)
White Sands Missile Range
32°24′04″N 106°22′40″W / 32.401111°N 106.377778°W / 32.401111; -106.377778 (Launch Complex 33)
White Sands Missile Range
24 Mesilla Park Elementary School February 23, 2015
(#15000039)
304 Bell Ave.
32°16′30″N 106°46′10″W / 32.275128°N 106.769487°W / 32.275128; -106.769487 (Mesilla Park Elementary School)
Las Cruces
25 Mesilla Park Historic District April 12, 2016
(#16000161)
Bounded by Bowman St., Union and University Aves., and Park Drain
32°16′38″N 106°46′08″W / 32.277159°N 106.769024°W / 32.277159; -106.769024 (Mesilla Park Historic District)
Las Cruces
26 Mesilla Plaza October 15, 1966
(#66000475)
2 miles south of Las Cruces on State Road 28
32°16′25″N 106°48′16″W / 32.273611°N 106.804444°W / 32.273611; -106.804444 (Mesilla Plaza)
Mesilla
27 Mesquite Street Original Townsite Historic District August 1, 1985
(#85001669)
Roughly bounded by E. Texas, Campo, Tornillo, and E. Court
32°18′31″N 106°46′26″W / 32.308611°N 106.773889°W / 32.308611; -106.773889 (Mesquite Street Original Townsite Historic District)
Las Cruces
28 Our Lady of Purification Catholic Church June 27, 1985
(#85001386)
Camino Real and 2nd St.
32°23′14″N 106°48′59″W / 32.387222°N 106.816389°W / 32.387222; -106.816389 (Our Lady of Purification Catholic Church)
Dona Ana
29 Phillips Chapel CME Church August 4, 2003
(#03000735)
638 N. Tornillo St.
32°18′54″N 106°46′25″W / 32.315°N 106.773611°W / 32.315; -106.773611 (Phillips Chapel CME Church)
Las Cruces
30 Rio Grande Bridge at Radium Springs July 15, 1997
(#97000734)
State Road 185 over the Rio Grande
32°29′11″N 106°55′31″W / 32.486393°N 106.925312°W / 32.486393; -106.925312 (Rio Grande Bridge at Radium Springs)
Radium Springs Timber beam bridge built in 1933.
31 Rio Grande Theatre January 2, 2004
(#03001352)
211 N. Downtown Mall
32°18′38″N 106°46′42″W / 32.310556°N 106.778333°W / 32.310556; -106.778333 (Rio Grande Theatre)
Las Cruces
32 San Jose Church January 21, 1993
(#92001817)
317 Josephine St.
32°07′23″N 106°42′16″W / 32.123056°N 106.704444°W / 32.123056; -106.704444 (San Jose Church)
La Mesa
33 Summerford Mountain Archeological District January 22, 2007
(#06001302)
Address Restricted
Radium Springs
34 Tortugas Pueblo Fiesta of Our Lady of Guadalupe August 7, 2017
(#100001437)
Bounded by Emilia Rd., E. Guadalupe St., Juan Diego Ave., and Stern Dr.
32°16′11″N 106°45′10″W / 32.269696°N 106.752897°W / 32.269696; -106.752897 (Tortugas Pueblo Fiesta of Our Lady of Guadalupe)
Tortugas
35 University President's House May 16, 1989
(#88001549)
South of University Ave. between Espina and Solano on the New Mexico State University campus
32°17′02″N 106°45′16″W / 32.283889°N 106.754444°W / 32.283889; -106.754444 (University President's House)
Las Cruces Now the Nason House

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ The latitude and longitude information provided in this table was derived originally from the National Register Information System, which has been found to be fairly accurate for about 99% of listings. Some locations in this table may have been corrected to current GPS standards.
  2. ^ "National Register of Historic Places: Weekly List Actions". National Park Service, United States Department of the Interior. Retrieved on August 9, 2019.
  3. ^ Numbers represent an ordering by significant words. Various colorings, defined here, differentiate National Historic Landmarks and historic districts from other NRHP buildings, structures, sites or objects.
  4. ^ "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 2010-07-09.
  5. ^ The eight-digit number below each date is the number assigned to each location in the National Register Information System database, which can be viewed by clicking the number.
  6. ^ Location derived from its GNIS feature record; the NRIS lists the site as "Address Restricted"