The Red River is rapidly developing into a vacationer's and sportman's resort. People are coming to this area and staying for one or two weeks at a time. My client wishes to develop new facilities to be able to take advantage of the growing popularity evident in this area. The architectural design problem will consist basically of lodges, restaurants, warming houses, and a terminal building.
It is the purpose of this thesis to gather and formulate all of the necessary information concerning the feasibility of such a project. Finally, the lodge complex will be designed so that it best suits the nature of the problem.
School of Architecture and Planning
First Committee Member (Chair)
John James Heimerich
Second Committee Member
George Smith Wright
Third Committee Member
Fourth Committee Member
Walter A Gathiman
McKinley, John C.. "A Mountain Resort for Mount Wheeler Development Co., Red River, New Mexico." (1962). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/arch_etds/67