Standardized Plans Neo-Classical and Greek Revival styles of architecture First Presbyterian Church of Taiban DeBaca County New Mexico

First Presbyterian Church – Americana Collection

Built in 1908 from standardized plans provided by the Presbyterians, the First Presbyterian Church of Taiban, New Mexico, represents Neo-Classical and Greek Revival styles of architecture common to Anglo-Saxon settlements throughout The United States.


camera: Nikon D3 | lens: Nikkor VR Zoom 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G IF-ED
focal length: 18mm | exposure: f/13 – 1/1000 – ISO 500



source: http://www.nmhistoricpreservation.org/documents/cprc/TaibanChurch.pdf

First Presbyterian Church of Taiban DeBaca County New Mexico

First Presbyterian Church – Americana Collection

The First Presbyterian Church of Taiban, New Mexico, was erected at the corner of Munger and Pecan Streets in 1908. Services on the Sabbath alternated weekly between the Presbyterians, Methodists, Southern Methodists, and Baptists.


camera: Nikon D3 | lens: Nikkor VR Zoom 18-55mm f/3.5-5.6G IF-ED
focal length: 18mm | exposure: f/13 – 1/1000 – ISO 500


source: http://www.nmhistoricpreservation.org/documents/cprc/TaibanChurch.pdf