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109 East Palace, Santa Fe

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  • Los Alamos was an challenge, an adventure, history in the making and it developed through the door of 109 E. Palace in Santa Fe. The wives had no idea what the were getting into and had to find their ...  more »
  • This small, unassuming doorway has a great deal of history behind it. It was here that many years ago people from the scientific community entered and then exited out the back door to board a bus head...  more »
  • We were touring the Palace of the Governors and walked a few minutes east to 109 E. Palace. The unremarkable site is just a plaque on the wall but marks the place where new scientists, technicians and...  more »