Pueblo architecture and modern adobes: the residential designs of William Lumpkins

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Museum of New Mexico Press, 1998 - Architecture - 116 pages
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This colorful book documents the personal altars of mostly Hispanic families in northern New Mexico. The shrine tradition -- one not recognized by the Catholic Church -- began during the Mexican colonial period, when priests had to travel to perform mass and give sacraments.

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Joseph is the curator of twentieth-century art at the Museum of Fine Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico.