Palace of the Governors

The Palace of the Governors was originally constructed in the early 17th century as Spain's seat of government. Located in Santa Fe, New Mexico, the adobe structure, now the state's history museum, was designated a Registered National Historic Landmark in 1960 and an American Treasure in 1999.

The Palace of the Governors chronicles the history of Santa Fe, as well as New Mexico and the region. It is known as the oldest continually occupied building the United States.

It houses the Fray Angélico Chávez History Library, a non-circulating, closed-stack research facility, preserving historical materials that document the history of the state, the Southwest, and meso-America from pre-European contact to the present.

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Governor's Palace at Colonial Williamsburg
Two school buildings stood on the Palace grounds, just in front of the buried foundations, when Colonial Williamsburg purchased the property in 1928. Archaeological investigation began at 8 a.m. on June 30, 1930. Nearly two years of work ...
http://www.history.org/Almanack/places/hb/hbpal.cfm

California Palace of the Legion of Honor - Reference Page
... California Palace of the Legion of Honor - Reference Page California Palace of the Legion of Honor Home Page Contact Information Images © 1995-2006 Art in Context Center for Communications. All rights reserved. Wednesday, 21/Jun/2006 16:59:16 ...
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Terry's 1904 World's Fair Page -- The Palace of Machinery
In the western end of the Palace of Machinery was the power plant for the Exposition, developing an aggregate energy of forty-five thousand rated horse-power. The largest of the engines was the Allis-Chalmers vertical and horizontal refrigerating ...
http://www.tlaupp.com/machine.html