Oldest House


“THE OLDEST HOUSE IN U.S.A.”, Santa Fe, New Mexico. This house, across the lane from San Miguel Mission is built of puddled adobe and is believed to be pre-Spanish, built in circa 1200 A.D. in the Pueblo of Analco. This house is the last remnant of that Pueblo that occupied much of the area on the south side of the Santa Fe River.

Adobe House In Hollywood


Adobe house where an important treaty between the United States and Mexico was signed. House was (is) located in Hollywood, California. Possibly the treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo.

Dunton Studio


Photo showing famous Taos Artist W. Herbert (Buck) Dunton outside of his home and Studio in the La Loma section of Taos, New Mexico NM. Mr. Dunton is leaning against the adobe wall that is in front of his place.

Adobe House Museum


The Adobe House Museum in Hillsboro, Kansas. A typical dwelling erected in 1876 by a Mennonite pioneer families. Seven rooms typically furnished of that period. Walls are mud and straw mixture 18 inches thick. Attached barn contains pieces depicting pioneer and farm practices of that era.