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New Mexico Mid-Century Modern Buildings

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Central Loan Company
Las Cruces, NM
Cobean Stationery Co.
Roswell, NM
This Central Loan Company branch building appears to be from the 1950s. [map]

The Cobean Stationery Co. was established in 1916. This facade appears to be from the 1960s. [map]

Wilshire Shopping Center
Roswell, NM
The Wilshire Shopping Center was built around 1964. The freestanding sculpture and the details on the side of the building were created by Herb Goldman. [map]

Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse
Roswell, NM
I believe the Federal Building & U.S. Courthouse was built in the 1960s. [map]

former Turquoise Tepee
Raton, NM
National Building
Albuquerque, NM
The former Turquoise Tepee's chalet style building and rock detail appear to be from the 1960s. The building was vacant when this photo was taken in 2012. It now houses New Mexico Title Loans. [map]

The National Building was built from 1965-1966. It was the tallest building in Albuquerque at the time. It is now known as the Compass Bank Building. [map]

medical building
Albuquerque, NM
This medical building appears to have been built in the 1950s or 1960s. [map]

Grant Middle School
Albuquerque, NM
Grant Middle School was built in 1961. [map]

Arnie's Cleaners
Albuquerque, NM
The Arnie's Cleaners building was built in 1966 as One Hour Cleaners. [map]

National Jewelry Buyers
Albuquerque, NM
The National Jewelry Buyers building was built in 1971. I don't know what business was here originally. [map]

University Lodge
Albuquerque, NM
The University Lodge was built as a TraveLodge in 1960. In 2018, plans were announced to convert the motel into a boutique, retro motel known as the Avenue Motel. For more, see these websites: 1 and 2. [map]

commercial building
Clovis, NM
This commercial building appears to have been built or remodeled in the 1950s or 1960s. [map]

More New Mexico Mid-Century Modern Buildings:
Paolo Soleri Theatre (Santa Fe)