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History of Seligman Property on the Plaza and Other Downtown Locations

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Photo by John E. Stephenson ca 1940 Photo by John E. Stephenson ca 1940

The attached article traces the ownership and tenants of the Seligman properties on the Plaza and Westr San Francisco Street  from the 1850's to present. In my mind, in many respects, it represents the evolution of the historic downtown Santa Fe. To view the entire article just click on the green link below. The photo above was taken by John E. Stephenson. Ca 1940.

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  • Comment Link Jim Baca Tuesday, 21 January 2014 18:37 posted by Jim Baca

    So very interesting! Thanks, Pete for posting this historically significant article.

  • Comment Link Maria Montez-Skolnik Tuesday, 19 March 2013 17:52 posted by Maria Montez-Skolnik

    A great entree for Voces. An interesting slice of our history.

  • Comment Link Arthur Scott Tuesday, 19 March 2013 12:32 posted by Arthur Scott

    Are you sure there is any adobe left? I would guess not.

  • Comment Link Mike Lord Tuesday, 19 March 2013 00:12 posted by Mike Lord

    What's fascinating about this is that it illustrates what happened to the entire heart of Santa Fe. From the center of the community to to an adobe mall in 160 years.

  • Comment Link George Pomonis Monday, 18 March 2013 18:46 posted by George Pomonis

    Very interesting and comprehensive narrative. I appreciate the work put into it and thank you for posting it.

  • Comment Link Polly Jackson Monday, 18 March 2013 16:46 posted by Polly Jackson

    Love it......thanks for posting!

  • Comment Link Kent G. Hansen Monday, 18 March 2013 16:34 posted by Kent G. Hansen

    Very interesting Pete. Thanks.

  • Comment Link Allan MacGillivray III Monday, 18 March 2013 16:29 posted by Allan MacGillivray III

    Interesting title reasearch. I think Dona Tules owned property near your familys' in the Burro Alley locale during the 1840's.

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