|Bonnie Newhoff, Laurie-Sue Retts, Cathy Martin, and |
Mary Parker in the downtown square
|Cathy Martin, Zona Lorig, Mary Parker, |
Bonnie Newhoff and Laurie-Sue Retts
admire the intricate hand stitched quilts
and numerous religious artifacts on the walls.
More information at http://www.ftfm-mesilla-nm.org/
Opening unto Mesilla's historic plaza is the entrance to a rambling adobe house that embodies over 150 years of life in the Borderland. Since 1953 this special place has been the home of J. Paul and Mary Daniels Taylor and their family. Through the generosity of the Taylor family, their home and two adjoining storefronts are now a New Mexico State Monument. The monument provides an exceptional setting for visitors to understand and appreciate the history, culture, and architecture of Mesilla and the Borderland.