The Old Santa Fe Association is the premier historic preservation organization of the southwestern United States of America. We were funded in 1926 by a group of like-minded artists, writers and architects, in attempt to protect the unique flavor, built environment and cultures of their adopted home of Santa Fe, New Mexico.
As we approach our centennial as an organization, we continue today, guided by a volunteer board comprised once again, of artists, architects, builders and a diverse representation of our special community.
The mission of the Old Santa Fe Association is to promote the prosperity and welfare of the City and County of Santa Fe and their inhabitants, to preserve and maintain the ancient landmarks, historical structures and traditions of Old Santa Fe and to guide their growth and development in such a way as to promote that unique charm and distinction: born of age, culture, tradition and environment, which are the priceless assets and heritage of Santa Fe.
Our Fall 2019 Newsletter is the best way to get up to date with what is happening at OSFA.
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