A virtual tour of Casa San Ysidro.
Casa San Ysidro exhibits a varied collection of over 1300 items, ranging from early Spanish Colonial New Mexican styles to 19th century Victorian fashions.
The exhibits include religious objects and imagery; household furnishings and furniture (spoons, candle sconces and colchas, along with 44 cajones and 38 chairs); agricultural implements and elements; blacksmiths' and carpenters' tools; tin work; ironwork (trivets, planchas, shutter dogs and hardware); Hispanic and Native American textiles (including a large number of jergas); Native American pottery and baskets; a ca. 1775 New Mexican loom, and gold filigree jewelry.
The date range of items in the collection is from the Late 18th to mid-20th century.
People associated with Casa San Ysidro and its collections: Don Felipe Gutierrez; Governor Manuel Armijo; Governor Henry Connelly; Governor L. Bradford Prince; Nicolas Sandoval; Leandro Duran; William Illfeld. Places associated with the collections: New Mexico; Rio Abajo; Middle Rio Grande Valley; El Camino Real; Santa Fe Trail; Fort Union.
Other Associations: Spanish Colonial Period; Territorial Period. Casa San Ysidro is on the New Mexico State Register of Cultural Property.
Information about the setting of Casa San Ysidro.
Information about architectural details at Casa San Ysidro.
Information about interiors within Casa San Ysidro.
Information about special objects at Casa San Ysidro.