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Category: Santa Fe History

New Mexico History

20th Century Trailblazer

Concha Ortiz y Pino was the most influential New Mexican of the 20th Century. Her long life provided nine decades of history. Concha took part

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Santa Fe History

The Road Less Travelled

Stewart Udall served as the Secretary of the Interior under the Kennedy and Johnson administrations in the 1960s. He retired to Santa Fe where he

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Santa Fe History

Chabad Comes to Santa Fe

Chabad is the largest and fastest growing segment of Judaism. They came to Santa Fe in 1997 under the direction of Rabbi Berel Levertov. The

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Visionary Artist

The artist Andrea “Drew” Bacigalupa and his wife Ellen moved to Santa Fe in 1954 because of its European ambiance. They remodeled an old adobe

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