On the riverbank of the Jemez Hot Springs spa is a ramshackle building which was the bath house built and operated by Moses Abousleman. It was destroyed by a flood in 1941 and never rebuilt. Bath House built by Moses Abousleman in early 1900s. Photo by Brandi Daw, 2015. At
This 2017 report by Thomas Swetnam illustrates the remnants of log chutes in an area just north of Jemez Springs. These log chutes went from the top of Virgin Mesa to a place where they probably tumbled to the valley floor. Click on the following to read the full report.
Judith Isaacs, former Library Director of Jemez Springs Public Library, speaks in 2017 about her experiences at the library.
The following photos of their family were first shared at a Storytellers Get-together in 2003 at Jemez Fine Art Gallery. Sawmill insides. Lew Caldwell. Lew & Buster on dozer. Grandpa and grandson. FIsh and beer. Family.
The following story is from Dora C.de Baca Romero (from Canon) Memoirs, courtesy of the Sandoval County Historical Society. cuarto-centennial-p1
We are indebted to Mr. and Mrs. Lew Caldwell, Jr. of Ponderosa for sharing these memories of the late Lew Caldwell Sr. with Times-Independent readers. When Mr. Caldwell passed away this week, he had seen and been part of New Mexico history since pre-statehood days. Much of the activity took
CJC Inc., located near Jemez Springs, New Mexico, started operations under that name in July of 1970. In that year, Cliff Hof-heins, the President of CJC Inc., acquired the interests of his father and brother in the construction branch of their former company, Hofheins Inc., which has been developing land
From Jemez Valley Messenger (newsletter of the Jemez Springs Presbyterian Church), January 01, 2004 It Was a Year Not To Be Forgotten “Vacation Bible School a Beehive of Activity”…”Bible Studies Are Drawing Crowds”…”Church To Kick Off Annual Super Bowl Celebration.” Those were some of the headlines in the Messenger covering