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POSTPONED Until Further Notice:  Celebrating Our Future: Honoring Our Past Jan 29, 2018
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
POSTPONED Until Further Notice: Celebrating Our Future: Honoring Our Past
New Mexico Historic Sites

(Santa Fe, NM) -  In 2003, former State Representative J. Paul Taylor, his wife Mary Daniels Taylor, and their family donated their home and two attached stores to the New Mexico Department of Cultural Affairs for development as a future State Historic Site. 

The opportunity now before us is to transform this extraordinary gift into a public place that highlights the history, architecture, and culture of New Mexico. 

On Monday, January 29th, the Department of Cultural Affairs and New Mexico Historic Sites will recognize the Taylor Family at a special meet and greet in the Governor’s Gallery of the New Mexico State Capitol.  

After celebrating his 97th birthday, J. Paul was recently reappointed and confirmed by the Senate to the Museum of New Mexico Board of Regents.  Please plan to come visit with Regent Taylor and get a glimpse of the future Historic Site as you view a special exhibit highlighting the upcoming development of the home.

When: Monday, January 29, 2018

Where: Governors Gallery, NM State Capital

Time: Noon to 1:30

 

 


For more information, contact Mary Ann Hatchitt at 505-681-4014 , mahatchitt@outlook.com

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J. Paul Taylor as a young man on the streets of Mesilla (year unknown)
Interior View of J. Paul Taylor's Mesilla Home
Old Mesilla, Exterior of Taylor Properties, Black & White (year & photographer unknown)
Interior view of mural inside J. Paul Taylor Home
Cozy Corner in J. Paul Taylor's Mesilla Home
Interior hallway inside J. Paul Taylor's Mesilla Home
Young J. Paul Taylor & Wife Mary, Black & White (year & photographer unknown)
J. Paul Taylor (contemporary) on the streets of Mesilla (year & photographer unknown)
J. Paul Taylor reads to children at his Mesilla Home (contemporary, year & photographer unknown)
Virgin of Guadalupe wood carving, part of the art collection at the Mesilla home of J. Paul Taylor
: J. Paul Taylor, Photo: J. Paul Taylor of Mesilla, New Mexico Facebook Page
Celebrating at the J. Paul Taylor Academy (August 26, 2017) J. Paul Taylor, Photo: J. Paul Taylor of Mesilla, New Mexico Facebook Page.


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