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LINCOLN HISTORIC SITE

VISITOR'S CENTER

1027 Calle de La Placita, US-380

Lincoln, NM 88338

575-653-4025  

The Death of de Vargas cartoon study. 8’x9’. Charcoal and graphite.

This is a study for a mural painted at NMMI, Roswell which was later destroyed in a fire.

 

The Anderson-Freeman Visitors Center, the only non-historical building in Lincoln open to the public, has exhibits in a timeline starting with American Indian pre-history and ending with the Lincoln County War. The historic town of Lincoln was made famous by the Lincoln County War and Billy the Kid, includes 17 structures and outbuildings, of which are open year round and 2 more seasonally as museums. The buildings are preserved as they were in the late 1800s.

Photograph courtesy of Michael Hurd, Hurd La Rinconada. Gallery, San Patricio, NM

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This site is maintained as a part of the Artesia Arts and Cultural District.

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