UNM Physics and Astronomy Building Documentation Project

Updated HABS-level photographs by photographer, Martin Stupich taken in October 2020.
Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. This photograph depicts the south side of the building. The photographer is standing on Lomas Blvd. Windows line the side of the building and Lomas Blvd. can be seen in the background.

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This photograph of the south side of the building was taken from the sidewalk along Lomas Boulevard. View is east to west. Depicted is the original 1952 building. 

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the covered south entrance at the west end of teh facade, showing the portico with columns and other traditional timber elements.

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This photograph depicts the covered south entrance at the west end of the façade, showing the portico with columns and other traditional timber elements. View is northwest. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a portico with hand-hewn lintel, traditional wooden post column, and vigas and planks.

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This photograph demonstrates portico details of hand-hewn lintel, traditional post column, and vigas and planks on the south side of the building. The view is north. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. This photograph depicts the south side of the building. The photographer is standing on Lomas Blvd. The photographer points the camera up towards the ceiling of the portico showing details of hand-hewn lintel, traditional post column, and vigas and planks on the south side of the building.

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This photograph demonstrates portico details of hand-hewn lintel, traditional post column, and vigas and planks on the south side of the building. The view is north. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the underside of a roof with lintels over a portico interior.

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This photograph of the portico interior shows the underside of the roof with lintels. The view is southeast. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the underside of the roof in the portico interior which has equally spaced vigas spanning the roof from the north to south. The vigas penetrate the wall at right and the portico parapet at left.

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This photograph of the portico interior shows the underside of roof with equally spaced vigas spanning the roof from north to south. The vigas penetrate the wall at right and the portico parapet at left. The view is west. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a detail of a typical original metal window bay.

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This photograph shows a detail of typical original metal window bays. The view is south. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. This photograph depicts a detail of a single typical original metal window.

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This photograph shows detail of a single typical original metal window. The view is south. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a detail of a concrete window sill with drip edge, a rare example of ornamentation on the facade.

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This photograph shows detail of concrete sill and drip edge, a rare example of ornamentation on the façade. View is east. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a closer view of a concrete window sill with a serrated pattern cast into the sill under a drip edge.

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This photograph shows a closer view of a concrete window sill with serrated pattern cast into sill under drip edge. View is west. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a detailed image of the bank windows at the step-back where center and eastern sections of the building meet.

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This photograph details the bank of windows at the step-back where center and eastern sections of the building meet. View is to east. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a single metal-frame window on the south side of the westernmost portion of the building.

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This photograph shows a single metal-frame window on the south side of the westernmost portion of the building. View is to north. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a detail of the windows at the step-back to the far eastern end of the facade. UNM Hospital can be seen in the background.

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This photograph details the windows at step-back to far eastern end of façade. UNM Hospital can be seen in the background. View is to east. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured are the south0facing, turquoise metal double doors, transoms, and sidelights at the east end of the south facade entrance.

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This photograph depicts the south-facing, turquoise metal double doors, transoms, and sidelights at the east end of south façade entrance. View is to north. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. This photograph shows a typical metal-framed window on the 1964 addition east of the original 1952 building.

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This photograph shows a typical metal-framed window. View is to northeast. Depicted is the 1964 addition east of the original 1952 building.

Photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. From left to right, 1964 addition east of the 1952 building, showing the addition's southeast corner abutting a small UNM Hospital out-building. Depicted is the 1964 addition to the original 1952 building.

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From left to right, 1964 addition east of 1952 building, showing the addition's southeast corner abutting a small UNM Hospital out-building. View is to north. Depicted is the 1964 addition to the original 1952 building.

Black and White Photographs

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. This photograph demonstrates a general elevated view of the south side of the building. View is to northwest. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

General Elevated View of South Side

This photograph demonstrates a general elevated view of the south side of the building. View is to northwest. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Black and white image of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. This general street level view of the south side of the building depicts the original 1952 western section and, on the left, a portion of the 1964 addition. View is to northeast.

General Street Level View of South Side

This general street level view of the south side of the building depicts the original 1952 western section and, on the left, a portion of the 1964 addition. View is to northeast.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured in this general elevated view is the central and eastern portion of the south elevation of the building. UNM Hospital parking structure can be seen in the background. View is to northeast. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Central and Eastern Portion of South Elevation

Pictured in this general elevated view is the central and eastern portion of the south elevation of the building. UNM Hospital parking structure can be seen in the background. View is to northeast. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. This general street level view of the south side of the building pictures the original western section and on the left, a portion of the 1964 addition. The view is to north.

General Street Level View

This general street level view of the south side of the building pictures the original western section and on the left, a portion of the 1964 addition. The view is to north.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured in this elevated view of the western half of the south side of the building is the original Lomas Boulevard entry with portico (seen on the left). View is to northwest. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Elevated View of Original Lomas Blvd. Entry

Pictured in this elevated view of the western half of the south side of the building is the original Lomas Boulevard entry with portico (seen on the left). View is to northwest. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured in this variation of the previous elevated view is the western half of the south side, with surrounding neighborhood context in the background. View is to northwest. Pictured is the original 1952 building.

Variation Elevated View

Pictured in this variation of the previous elevated view is the western half of the south side, with surrounding neighborhood context in the background. View is to northwest. Pictured is the original 1952 building.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Detailed in this image is the western section of the south elevation showing various building masses with portico as traditional post, lintel and viga structure. View is to north.

Detail of Western Section of South Elevation

Detailed in this image is the western section of the south elevation showing various building masses with portico as traditional post, lintel and viga structure. View is to north.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. This picture details the projecting portion of the western section of the south elevation. View is to north. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Detail of Projecting Portion of Western Section of South Elevation

This picture details the projecting portion of the western section of the south elevation. View is to north. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured in this image is a portico detail. View is to north. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Detail of Portico

Pictured in this image is a portico detail. View is to north. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured in this image is a detail of the intersecting building masses, including roof access penthouse at center background. View is to north. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Detail of Intersecting Building Masses

Pictured in this image is a detail of the intersecting building masses, including roof access penthouse at center background. View is to north. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is an oblique view of portico showing posts, corbeled capitals, hewn beam lintel, and vigas at parapet, and original double entry doors with transom light. View is to northwest. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Oblique View of Portico

Pictured is an oblique view of portico showing posts, corbeled capitals, hewn beam lintel, and vigas at parapet, and original double entry doors with transom light. View is to northwest. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a detailed street level oblique view of the south side, western end of the original 1952 building. View is to northwest.

Street Level Oblique View of South Side of West End

Pictured is a detailed street level oblique view of the south side, western end of the original 1952 building. View is to northwest.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is an oblique view of the original 1952 building, showing fa├žade with stepped building masses and original windows with concrete sills. View is to west.

Oblique View of 1952 Building

Pictured is an oblique view of the original 1952 building, showing façade with stepped building masses and original windows with concrete sills. View is to west.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a detail of the southwest side of the original 1952 building demonstrating the former doorway with original stairs intact. View is to northeast.

Detail of Former Doorway with Original Stairs

Pictured is a detail of the southwest side of the original 1952 building demonstrating the former doorway with original stairs intact. View is to northeast.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the west face of the original 1952 building. View is to east.

West Face of 1952 Building

Pictured is the west face of the original 1952 building. View is to east.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a general view of the entire structure, with UNM Hospital in the background. View is to southeast. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

General View of Entire Structure

Pictured is a general view of the entire structure, with UNM Hospital in the background. View is to southeast. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is an oblique general view of the original 1952 structure. View is to southeast.

Oblique General View of 1952 Structure

Pictured is an oblique general view of the original 1952 structure. View is to southeast.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a general view of the north elevation of the western section of the original 1952 building. View is to south.

General View of North Elevation

Pictured is a general view of the north elevation of the western section of the original 1952 building. View is to south.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Detailed in this image is an entrance with stairs on the north side of the original 1952 building, showing open porch, double steel doors with transom lights, and stair penthouse to roof. View is to south.

Entrance with Stairs

Detailed in this image is an entrance with stairs on the north side of the original 1952 building, showing open porch, double steel doors with transom lights, and stair penthouse to roof. View is to south.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. This image details the north side stairs, porch, and entry. View is to north. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

North Side Stairs, Porch and Entry

This image details the north side stairs, porch, and entry. View is to north. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the entry at the connection of the 1952 and 1964 buildings. View is to southeast.

Entry at Connection of 1952 and 1964 Buildings

Pictured is the entry at the connection of the 1952 and 1964 buildings. View is to southeast.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is an entry detail showing the stainless double doors at the north entry of the 1964 addition to the building. View is to east.

Entry Detail

Pictured is an entry detail showing the stainless double doors at the north entry of the 1964 addition to the building. View is to east.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a detail view from under the covered porch/portico through concrete arches out to patio. View is to southwest. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

View from Under Covered Porch/Portico

Pictured is a detail view from under the covered porch/portico through concrete arches out to patio. View is to southwest. Depicted is the original 1952 building.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the patio and porch of the 1964 addition to the original building. View is to east.

1964 Addition Patio and Porch

Pictured is the patio and porch of the 1964 addition to the original building. View is to east.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a view from the patio to an area planted with trees, shrubs and lawn along the north face of the original 1952 building. View is to west.

View from Patio

Pictured is a view from the patio to an area planted with trees, shrubs and lawn along the north face of the original 1952 building. View is to west.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the west face of the 1964 addition, with entry porch/portico on far right. View is to southeast.

West Face of 1964 Building

Pictured is the west face of the 1964 addition, with entry porch/portico on far right. View is to southeast.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is an elevated general view showing (from left to right) 1964 addition and in the distance the modular 1997 and 1952 building with tower penthouse. View is to southwest.

Elevated View of 1964 Addition

Pictured is an elevated general view showing (from left to right) 1964 addition and in the distance the modular 1997 and 1952 building with tower penthouse. View is to southwest.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. This image shows equally-spaced original windows on the north elevation of the 1964 addition to the building. View is to south.

Equally-Spaced Windows

This image shows equally-spaced original windows on the north elevation of the 1964 addition to the building. View is to south.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Detailed in this image is the east end of the 1964 building north elevation, showing loading dock with overhead crane rail penetrating double-height double doors, and stair access to the basement. View is to south.

Loading Dock with Overhead Crane Rail

Detailed in this image is the east end of the 1964 building north elevation, showing loading dock with overhead crane rail penetrating double-height double doors, and stair access to the basement. View is to south.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a detailed view of the loading dock area with swing-arm crane and double-height double doors to the shop area. View is to east.

Loading Dock Area

Pictured is a detailed view of the loading dock area with swing-arm crane and double-height double doors to the shop area. View is to east.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the northeast section of the 1964 addition to the original building, showing the relationship to the UNMH parking garage (on left) and the loading dock (on right). View is to southeast.

Northeast Section of 1964 Addition

Pictured is the northeast section of the 1964 addition to the original building, showing the relationship to the UNM Hospital parking garage (on left) and the loading dock (on right). View is to southeast.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a portion of the north exterior wall of the northeast section of the 1964 addition to the original structure. Depicted are 7-light recessed vertical windows illuminating the shop area. The image shows the uniquely sloped sills and gently angled corner detail at right. View is to south.

North Exterior Wall of Northeast Section of 1964 Addition

Pictured is a portion of the north exterior wall of the northeast section of the 1964 addition to the original structure. Depicted are 7-light recessed vertical windows illuminating the shop area. The image shows the uniquely sloped sills and gently angled corner detail at right. View is to south.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Picture is the entire north wall of the northeast section of the 1964 addition to the original building showing all eight vertical windows, and long shadows highlighting massive concrete canales penetrating parapet. View is to south.

Eight Vertical Windows

Picture is the entire north wall of the northeast section of the 1964 addition to the original building showing all eight vertical windows, and long shadows highlighting massive concrete canales penetrating parapet. View is to south.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is an elevated view of the northeast section of the 1964 addition to the original building showing elevator penthouse at roof. View is to south.

Elevator Penhouse at Roof

Pictured is an elevated view of the northeast section of the 1964 addition to the original building showing elevator penthouse at roof. View is to south.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is an oblique view of the east and northeast portions of 1964 addition with steel shed lean-to. View is to southwest.

Steel Shed Lean-To

Pictured is an oblique view of the east and northeast portions of 1964 addition with steel shed lean-to. View is to southwest.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Detailed in this image is the 1952 roof with stair tower penthouse and eastern end of wire-reinforced skylight glazing. View is to north.

Stair Tower Penthouse

Detailed in this image is the 1952 roof with stair tower penthouse and eastern end of wire-reinforced skylight glazing. View is to north. See PICT 2021-005-0066 for interior view of skylight.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the lobby area inside the 1964 addition to the original 1952 building. View is to west.

Lobby Area of 1964 Addition

Pictured is the lobby area inside the 1964 addition to the original 1952 building. View is to west.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the lobby of the 1964 addition to the original 1952 building. This image shows (from left to right) one of two east-west corridors running the length of the building, typical office area, and the mail room in the original 1952 building. View is to southeast.

Lobby of 1964 Addition

Pictured is the lobby of the 1964 addition to the original 1952 building. This image shows (from left to right) one of two east-west corridors running the length of the building, typical office area, and the mail room in the original 1952 building. View is to southeast.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the original main entry corridor in the 1952 building. View is to southeast.

Main Entry Corridor in 1952 Building

Pictured is the original main entry corridor in the 1952 building. View is to southeast.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at UNM. Pictured is the mail room in the original 1952 building. View is to northwest.

Mail Room in 1952 Building

Pictured is the mail room in the original 1952 building. View is to northwest.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. This image shows a view along the axis of the original main corridor, leading north from the original building to the 1964 addition. The floor tile pattern changes in the middle distance, indicating the two buildings' meeting. View is to north.

View of Original Main Corridor

This image shows a view along the axis of the original main corridor, leading north from the original building to the 1964 addition. The floor tile pattern changes in the middle distance, indicating the two buildings' meeting. View is to north.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. This photo pictures a typical classroom in the original 1952 building. View is to north.

Typical Classroom in 1952 Building

This photo pictures a typical classroom in the original 1952 building. View is to north.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a typical small office in the original 1952 building. View is to west.

Typical Small Office in 1952 Building

Pictured is a typical small office in the original 1952 building. View is to west.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a typical small office in the original 1952 building with early wooden cabinets with glazed hinged doors, and a wall-mounted ceramic sink. View is to west.

Small Office with Early Wooden Cabinets

Pictured is a typical small office in the original 1952 building with early wooden cabinets with glazed hinged doors, and a wall-mounted ceramic sink. View is to west.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a janitor's closet with a deep utility sink in the original 1952 building. View is to south.

Janitor's Closet

Pictured is a janitor's closet with a deep utility sink in the original 1952 building. View is to south.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured are double doors in the corridor of the original 1952 building with original hardware. View is to west.

Double Doors in Corridor

Pictured are double doors in the corridor of the original 1952 building with original hardware. View is to west.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a classroom (room no. 22) in the original 1952 building with exposed steel truss and corrugated deck ceiling. View is to east.

Classroom (Room No. 22)

Pictured is a classroom (room no. 22) in the original 1952 building with exposed steel truss and corrugated deck ceiling. View is to east.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a classroom (room no. 25) in the original 1952 building with typical chalk board, and an enameled steel wall-mounted sink. View is to northwest.

Classroom (Room No. 25)

Pictured is a classroom (room no. 25) in the original 1952 building with typical chalk board, and an enameled steel wall-mounted sink. View is to northwest.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the main corridor with skylight and elevated bus carrying insulated heating pipes in the original 1952 building. View is to west.

Main Corridor with Skylight

Pictured is the main corridor with skylight and elevated bus carrying insulated heating pipes in the original 1952 building. View is to west.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the main east-west corridor with stairs and retrofitted concrete ramp. View is to east.

Main East-West Corridor with Stairs

Pictured is the main east-west corridor with stairs and retrofitted concrete ramp. View is to east.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a large classroom (room no. 38), with intact atypically large chalk board with detailed frame and ledge. View is to northwest.

Large Classroom (Room No. 38)

Pictured is a large classroom (room no. 38), with intact atypically large chalk board with detailed frame and ledge. View is to northwest.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the penthouse steel-stair enclosure leading to the roof in the original 1952 building. View is to southwest.

Penthouse Steel-Stair Enclosure Leading to Roof

Pictured is the penthouse steel-stair enclosure leading to the roof in the original 1952 building. View is to southwest.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the north-south corridor at west end of 1964 building. This image demonstrates the wide-striped linoleum pattern typical throughout the 1964 addition to the building. View is to north.

North-South Corridor of 1964 Addition

Pictured is the north-south corridor at west end of 1964 building. This image demonstrates the wide-striped linoleum pattern typical throughout the 1964 addition to the building. View is to north.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a typical stainless steel-clad double exterior doors leading from corridor (seen in PICT 2021-005-0070) to vestibule connection to the 1997 modular addition. View is to south.

Typical Stainless Steel-Clad Double Exterior Doors

Pictured is a typical stainless steel-clad double exterior doors leading from corridor (seen in PICT 2021-005-0070) to vestibule connection to the 1997 modular addition. View is to south.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a large classroom in the 1964 building with atypical chalkboard as complete surround on all four walls. View is to north.

Large Class with Atypical Chalkboard Walls

Pictured is a large classroom in the 1964 building with atypical chalkboard as complete surround on all four walls. View is to north.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is classroom/lab no. 179 with wall-length work bench and cabinet, and typical wall-mounted dry-board. View is to southeast.

Classroom Lab (Room No. 179)

Pictured is classroom/lab no. 179 with wall-length work bench and cabinet, and typical wall-mounted dry-board. View is to southeast.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is room no. 154 in the 1964 building showing floor-penetrating electrical conduits at former work stations.

Room No. 154

Pictured is room no. 154 in the 1964 building showing floor-penetrating electrical conduits at former work stations. The tall windows on the left can be seen in earlier exterior view (PICT 2021-005-0048).

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a view from room no. 162 into room no. 154 through double-height doors. Depicted is the 1964 addition to the original building. View is to east.

View from Room No. 162 into Room No. 154

Pictured is a view from room no. 162 into room no. 154 through double-height doors. Depicted is the 1964 addition to the original building. View is to east.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is room no. 154b with stairs leading to a wooden elevated platform in the 1964 building. View is to east.

Room No. 154B

Pictured is room no. 154B with stairs leading to a wooden elevated platform in the 1964 building. View is to east.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is an elevator on the first floor of the 1964 building with doors open showing pull0down safety gate. View to north.

First Floor Elevator

Pictured is an elevator on the first floor of the 1964 building with doors open showing pull-down safety gate. View to north.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a concrete stairwell leading to basement and steel stairs leading to roof-access penthouse in the 1964 building. View is to north.

Concrete Stairwell Leading to Basement

Pictured is a concrete stairwell leading to basement and steel stairs leading to roof-access penthouse in the 1964 building. View is to north.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a view from room no. 140 through a doorway and slotted wall into room no. 142 in the 1964 building. Massive work table with perforated stainless steel top in the foreground. View is to northeast.

View from Room No. 140 into Room No. 142

Pictured is a view from room no. 140 through a doorway and slotted wall into room no. 142 in the 1964 building. Massive work table with perforated stainless steel top in the foreground. View is to northeast.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Picture is room no. 118 in the 1964 building with workbench and sink, and typical wall-mounted shelves. View is to north.

Room No. 118

Picture is room no. 118 in the 1964 building with workbench and sink, and typical wall-mounted shelves. View is to north.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is room no. 133 in the 1964 building with workbench, cabinet with sink, and pull-down projection screen. View is to north.

Room No. 133

Pictured is room no. 133 in the 1964 building with workbench, cabinet with sink, and pull-down projection screen. View is to north.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is a view from room no. 110A through room no. 110 with full-length wall-mounted workbench. View to west.

View from Room No. 110A through Room No. 110

Pictured is a view from room no. 110A through room no. 110 with full-length wall-mounted workbench. View to west.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the basement of the 1964 building. Picture taken from room no. B10A with opening (on right) to similar room, B10B. View is to east.

Room No. B10A and B10B

Pictured is the basement of the 1964 building. Picture taken from room no. B10A with opening (on right) to similar room, B10B. View is to east.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is Room No. B106 in the basement of the 1964 building with two laser work tables with massive shock-absorbing legs. View is to south.

Room No. B06

Pictured is Room No. B106 in the basement of the 1964 building with two laser work tables with massive shock-absorbing legs. View is to south.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the basement, room no. B15 in the 1964 building with laser work table and typical steel bench and cabinets. The laser work table has massive shock-absorbing legs. View is to north.

Room No. B15

Pictured is the basement, room no. B15 in the 1964 building with laser work table and typical steel bench and cabinets. The laser work table has massive shock-absorbing legs. View is to north.

Black and white photograph of the Physics and Astronomy Building at the University of New Mexico. Pictured is the basement boiler room of the 1964 building showing pumps, valves, and wrapped heating and cooling pipes. View is to south.

Boiler Room

Pictured is the basement boiler room of the 1964 building showing pumps, valves, and wrapped heating and cooling pipes. View is to south.

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UNM - Physics and Astronomy Building Documentation Project, Photographs

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