|"Old Santa Fe Trail Building" - National Park Service|
Interestingly, as the site's history of itself states, the Living New Deal project's expansion was aided by "a bequest of Ann Baumann of New Mexico."
Baumann is the daughter of German born artist Gustave Baumann, who coordinated the New Deal's art funding projects, and who got off the train in Santa Fe one day in 1918 and stayed for 50 years until his death in 1971. Ann Baumann was born in Santa Fe and is remembered for her long time support of the arts in New Mexico.
If you get into the Living New Deal's New Mexico section, which has 233 sites listed, it has a couple of articles about the National Park Service administration building, and photos, one of which I posted above.
New Mexico Democrats would do well to find out what the New Deal was and to study up on it. They seem to believe what Republicans have told them and think old buildings got there because someone gave a businessman a tax cut.