Ruidoso, New Mexico, first settled by Native American’s is a mountain resort town situated next to the Lincoln National Forest in the Sierra Blanca mountain range located in south-central portion of the state. It has been a destination for travelers and tourists for over a century. This featured 1940s image of the center of the village shows just how popular it was back in time. The oldest automobile in the photo appears to be a Model “A” Ford.
Please share with us what you find of interest in this image found by Harald Morgalla at This Was Americar.