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Barrio De Analco Historic District

Santa Fe, New Mexico
County of Santa Fe.
Bounded by East De Vargus and College Streets
National Register Number: 68000032
Resource type: District.
Property type: Domestic - single dwelling. The threat level was Watch in
2008.
Congressional District: NM-3 Certified Local Government: YES
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Current use/information: Business district: www.historicsantafe.com.

Statement of Significance (as of designation - November 24, 1968):
First settled in 1620, this barrio is unique because it represents an active working-class neighborhood of Spanish Colonial heritage. The district contains numerous examples of Spanish-Pueblo architecture, characterized by the adobe construction indigenous to the Southwest.

Condition:
No new threats since the last reporting period. The owners of the Chapel of San Miguel (Mission), Cornerstones Community Partnerships and the State of New Mexico must coordinate to work on a preservation plan that will address the drainage problem which in turn will address the foundation problem.

The foundation and the drainage at the Chapel of San Miguel are in need of repair/restoration due to unusual heavy rains the area has been experiencing. If these issues are not corrected soon the structure will possibly face a loss of integrity.


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