HELP PRESERVE THE PAST... The Raton Museum is a non profit organization, we do not charge admission therefore we rely on the support from the ...
The Raton Museum has continued to provide residents of the City of Raton and the traveling public with a year round venue offering art, history ...
2014 marks the 75th anniversary of The Raton Museum. Join us as we celebrate our 75 years with special exhibits, guest and events. Purchase special ...
SINCE IT'S FOUNDING IN 1939, THE RATON MUSEUM HAS PRESERVED AND PROMOTED THE RICH AND EXCITING PAST OF RATON, NEW MEXICO.
THE RATON MUSEUM VIDEO TOUR Explore and see all the wonderful things The Raton Museum has to offer with this video created by Marty Mayfield. http://youtu.be/JNbE-esCVnE Visit the Raton Museum in Downtown
USS RATON (SS-270) THE MIGHTY MICK USS RATON (SS/SSR/AGSS-270), a Gato-class submarine, was a ship of the United States Navy named for the raton, a polynemoid fish inhabiting semitropical waters off the Pacific coast of America. Raton (SS-270)
Before Bataan: New Mexico’s 200th Coast Artillery An outreach exhibit at The Raton Museum Santa Fe—In August 1940, talk of war swirled around Camp Luna near Las Vegas, N.M. The 1,800 men of New Mexico’s 200th Coast Artillery Regiment
DID YOU KNOW? Raton was once home to 3 Railroad companies. Each having a depot located here. ASTF SF Raton & Eastern Railway St. Louis Rocky Mountain Pacific Railroad At the Height of the Railroad as many as 65 trains ran per