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Mercy, photographed by Grandma Bert.
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Julia Resting.
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Geoffrey and Rothko.
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St. Francis.
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Rio Grande Gates.
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The Last Ride.
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Torso One.
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Les Bears.
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Names of sponsors and patrons who have donated to the museum.
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Bear with Planes and Clouds.
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Cowboy with horse. The name plate had been reipped from this sculpture.
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Cowboy with horse from the other direction.
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Tea and Steam.
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Floating Mesa.
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Floating Mesa from the other end.
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The Dancer.
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Cervantes from the other side.
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And just in case you haven't seen enough of Cervantes...
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Park Place.
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Park Place.
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Park Place.
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Adam's Spirit House.
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Sheepherder from the front.
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Numbe Whageh, Our Center Place, looking toward Adam's Spirit House.
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Numbe Whageh, Our Center Place.
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Numbe Whageh, Our Center Place. Numbe Whageh is part of a major display called the Cuarto Centenario Memorial when combined with the giant La Jornada (The Journey) adjacent.
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The front of La Jornada (The Journey)
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La Jornada depicts Don Juan de OƱate leading the first group of Spanish colonists into New Mexico.
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La Jornada (The Journey) is part of a major display called the Cuarto Centenario Memorial when combined with the giant Numbe Whageh (Our Center Place) adjacent.
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Many feel that Onate used cruel methods against the Indian in the area and should not be honored.
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Others feel that his contributions toward settling the area outweigh those methods.
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La Jornada (The Journey) seen from across the street.
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