• Oscar Huber Memorial Ballpark - Madrid NM
    "The Madrid ballpark, the first lighted ballpark in New Mexico and possibly North America, was built in 1920 by the Employees Club in the old coal mine days. The Grandstand with it's unusual tin roof was added in 1928. Extensive stonework was later added by the WPA in 1935. In a town of 3000 at its height as many as 6000 visitors per event attended ball games, rodeos, multicultural events, and Toyland during the Madrid Christmas celebrations. The Madrid Miners were New Mexico's only AA Minor League Team, and their reputation for winning pennants became widespread. The Madrid Employees Club supplied...
  • School (former) - Madrid NM
    A former stone school facility in Madrid, New Mexico was constructed by the Work Projects Administration (W.P.A.) in 1940. Located by the community's W.P.A.-built ballpark, the former school is now a privately owned.