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The historic D.H. Lawrence Ranch in Taos County will now be open to the public, thanks to a cooperative agreement between the University of New Mexico (UNM), D.H. Lawrence Ranch Alliance and the Taos Community Foundation.
The ranch, which has been closed to the public since 2010, is accessible from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. every Tuesday, Thursday, and Saturday through October.
The Taos Community Foundation established a grant to hire a UNM staff member who will provide public tours and information of the property. The Taos-based D.H. Lawrence Ranch Alliance is also working with UNM-Taos to create a volunteer docent program to staff the ranch on a regular basis. In fact, UNM-Taos is offering a course designed to acquaint prospective docent volunteers with the ranch and the writer. Visit taoscf.org/dh-lawrence-ranch for details.
Lawrence was a renowned 19th century writer revered for his achievements in other artistic forms including travel writing, journalism, drama and painting, among others. Nine of his oil paintings have been on display in the La Fonda Hotel in Taos since his death. Lawrence is best known for his works, “Sons and Lovers,” “The Rainbow,” “Women in Love” and “Lady Chatterley’s Lover.”
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