"Santo Domingo Indian Trading Post. In the center of the Santo Domingo Indian Reservation, halfway between Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico on Hiway 85 is one of the real, old time, trading posts. Thoroughly genuine in every respect, the nearby Indians still bring their jewelry, corn, wheat, chili peppers, and beautiful beadwork to exchange at the Trading Post for food, clothing, and other essentials of life. Thousands of visitors from all over the world buy genuine Indian articles and thoroughly enjoy their visit to the old Trading Post throughout the year." Card No. 5694, purchased July 25, 1961.

"Santo Domingo Church. Dating from 1779 - is one of the most colorful Missions in all New Mexico." Card No. P2211, purchased July 25, 1961.

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