National Register of Historic Places in Santa Fe County
Connor Hall is a masonry and stucco Spanish Pueblo Revival style dormitory constructed with bricks made at the New Mexico State Penitentiary. The use of Spanish Pueblo Revival Style architecture at New Mexico School for the Deaf (NNMSD) was instrumental in establishing the style in New Mexico.
Connor Hall was designed by George Williamson who was the only architect, besides John Gaw Meem, to design buildings at three separate campuses in New Mexico.
The New Mexico School for the Deaf campus is one of only two state campuses to use a unified architectural style that gives identity to the school. The other school is the New Mexico Military Institute.
Source: Adapted from the NRHP nomination submitted in 1988.