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J. Paul Taylor photographed in the Oratorio of the home. Photo Courtesy of Paul Ratje. Photo copyrighted to Paul Ratje.A Christmas tree on display in the Sala Grande of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Snow falls on the Mesilla Plaza.The Sitting Room at the Taylor-Mesilla Historic PropertyThe Sala Grande of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.J. Paul Taylor and Mary Daniels Taylor in 1946.J. Paul Taylor visits with students from the J. Paul Taylor Academy in 2012 during a school tour of the home.J. Paul Taylor photographed in the Sala Grande of his home in 2018. Photo by Paul Ratje. Photo copyrighted to Paul Ratje.The Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property, circa 1970s. Taken for the Historic American Building Survey.The Barela Store of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property, circa 1970s. Taken for the Historic American Building Survey.A volunteer from the New Mexico Farm & Ranch Heritage Museum provides a demonstration at Fort Selden's Spring Fling in 2019.Staff and volunteers of Coronado Historic Site with J. Paul Taylor on a tour of the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.Members of the Museum of New Mexico Board of Regents and the Museum of New Mexico Foundation interact with members of the Friends of the Taylor Family Monument at the Taylor-Mesilla Historic Property.The Robledo Mountains to the southwest of Fort Selden Historic Site.Bob Distlehorst portrays telegraph operator Oscar Sprague during Voices of the Past in 2019.An aerial view from 2019's Las Noches de Las Luminarias. Photo by Robert Paquette.Fort Selden after a rainstorm. Photo by Robert Paquette.The front entrance to Fort Selden after a rainstorm. Photograph by Robert Paquette.One of the historic chuckwagons at Fort Selden, displayed for Voices of the Past in 2019.John Smith portrays Fort Selden Post Surgeon Charles Sewell at Voices of the Past in 2019.Ranger Nathan Stone provides a bluesuit demonstration to a group of school children on the uniform of a soldier stationed at Fort Selden.Playing with toys typical of the frontier during one of  Fort Selden Historic Site's Summer Kid Camps.Courtland Tyler portrays Buffalo Soldier Corporal Richard Anderson at Voices of the Past 2019.Neil Fuller portrays a trader at Voices of the Past 2018.Meghan Berver and Sydney Polk portray a curandera and her patient during Voices of the Past 2018.Luminarias are featured every December at Fort Selden Historic Site's annual Las Noches de Las Luminarias.Part of the exhibit inside the museum at Fort Selden Historic Site.The Deming Fusilliers perform during a special event at Fort Selden Historic Site.El Paso Boy Scouts pose for a photo after volunteering at Fort Selden helping with adobe preservation.Rosalia de Aragon portrays La Llorona during her Chautauqua performance of La Llorona: The Wailing Woman.A light snow dusts the walkway to the Fort Selden Museum.Fort Selden's working horno on display preparing to bake fresh bread.Sarah Addison portrays Mrs. Mary Chapman at Voices of the Past 2019.Jim Frederick with the NM Gold Prospectors showcases gems and minerals of southern New Mexico during a special event at Fort Selden.Cane Cholla (cylindropuntia imbricata) is recognizable throughout the southwest United States for its shrubby-shape and silhouette. It is similar in appearance to buckhorn and staghorn chollas. The limbs of the dead plant can be used to make walking sticks and other items.Adobe making during a summer day camp at Fort Selden Historic Site.Van Ann Moore portrays Dona Tules during her Chautauqua performance of Amazing Women of the Wild West. One of the historic chuckwagons at Fort Selden Historic SiteA scene from Los Noches de Las Luminarias at Fort SeldenA soldier campfire at the annual Los Noches de Las Luminarias

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