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It THE TAOS NSWS ITS HERE — Jack Boyer (left) and Bill Brown are shown with the new fancy plaque that will soon be mounted at the Kit Carson Home here, designating It a registered national historic landmark. Bronze Plaque Here, For Kit's Museum TAOS 2-30B BRONZE- ann The bronze plaque which designates designates the Kit Carson Home was a Registered National Historic Historic Landmark has been received received from the U. S. Depart- Hospital Notes HOLY CROSS ADMISSIONS Jan. 13 — Mrs. Genara Sanchez, Sanchez, Arroyo Hondo, Sgt. Marlon Marlon Dudley, Colo. Springs, Colo., Peggy Ann Santistevan, Taos, Fabiola Espinoza, Taos, Louis Sandoval, Taos. Jan. 14 — Roger Ortega, Questa, Beneriano Martinez, Vadito, Vadito, Navor Duran, Arroyo Seco. Seco. Jan. 15 — Stella Alaniz, Ranchos, Ranchos, Jose Dominguez, Arroyo Hondo, Delia Sowers, Taos, Frances Trujillo, Taos, Arlene Blakey, Taos. Jan. 16 — Celestina Concha, Taos, Alfred Naylor, Penasco, Cora Garcia, El Prado, Onofre ment of Interior through the Naional Park Service. The presentation ceremony was a part of the recent monthly monthly meeting of EL CORRAL DE SANTA FE WESTERNERS held at the La Posada Inn, Santa Fe. William E. Brown, Histori- ian, Southwest Region, National Park Service, Santa Fe, made the presentation of the beautifu bronze plaque to Jack K. Boyer, Boyer, Director of the Kit Carson Home and Museum. The dedication ceremonies attended attended by many of the famoui Scout's descendants were held in Taos during the Taos Fiesta on July 25 during which officials officials of the National Park Service Service presented the Certificate o! Designation. The bronze plaque could not be presented at tha time as each plaque must be specially cast for each Landmark. Landmark. The plaque measures 16'/ 2 by 18 inches and will be mounted in the near future on the wall under the front porta of the Home facing Kit Carson Street. The plaque reads as follows: KIT CARSON HOUSE Martinez, Ranches, Joanna Va- has been designated A lerio. Ranches, Anita Casias, Ranches. Jan. 17 — James Archuleta, Penasco, Harvey Bond, Taos, Mary Lo Archuleta, Taos, Reyecita Reyecita Romero, Taos. Jan. 18 — Lucia Martinez, Taos, Diana MacDougall, Lubbock, Lubbock, Texas. Jan. 19 — Nobertita Sanchez, Ranches, Michael Naranjo, El REGISTERED NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK under the provisions of the historic sites act of August 21 1935 this site posesses execep- tional value in commemorat ing and illustrating the history of the United States. U. S. Departmen of the Interior, National Park Service. Service.