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Barela-Reynolds House, Calle Principal, Mesilla, Dona Ana County, NM

Barela-Reynolds House, Calle Principal, Mesilla, Dona Ana County, NM

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Contributors

Historic American Buildings Survey, creator
Taylor, J. Paul and Mary
Reynolds, William Charles
Griggs & Reynolds Store
Griggs, James Edgar
Reynolds, Joseph
Grange, Juan
Aladib, Perla
Yrissari, Mariano, merchant, rancher
Barela, Maria Rafela Garcia
Barela, Anastacio, probate judge, merchant
Barela, Mariano
Peres, Pedro
Hoppin, Charles, trader
Appel, Nathan, trader
Duval, Alexander
Museum of New Mexico/New Mexico State Monuments, sponsor
Cisneros, Jose, sponsor
Schara, Mark, project manager
McNatt, Jason, field team
Price, Virginia B, transmitter
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Location

dona ana county32.27388, -106.79532
Google Map of 32.2738827, -106.7953223
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