Director's Perspective

Chaco Culture National Historical Park

Chaco Culture National Historical Park

Over the weekend, I visited Chaco Culture National Historical Park, which, like Taos Pueblo, is an UNESCO World Heritage Site. The majority of the site dates from 850-1250 and includes multiple ruined structures surrounding a small canyon.

A Close Relationship with Taos Pueblo

A Close Relationship with Taos Pueblo
Since its founding in 1956, the Millicent Rogers Museum has maintained a close relationship with Taos Pueblo. Millicent Rogers' youngest son, Paul Peralta-Ramos, founded the museum in memory of his mother and established several practices in our bylaws that further honored his late mother's affection for the people, customs, and artistic traditions of Taos Pueblo.

Pieces of Mabel Dodge Luhan and Company

Pieces of Mabel Dodge Luhan and Company

A few weeks ago, the Harwood Museum returned pieces they had borrowed from our collection for their traveling Mabel Dodge Luhan and Company exhibit, and the return of these pieces is the inspiration for this blog post.