Navajo Indians -- Pictorial works
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
48 original film negatives of Pueblo and Navajo Indian portraits probably by Witter Bynner, ca. 1935
Dates: ca. 1935
Abstract The full hand-written title is Photographic Record of the Work and Play of the Rainbow Bridge/Monument Valley Expedition 1933. The album seems to have been compiled by Charles R. Brady Jr. Black-and-white snapshots provide a record of this scientific expedition to Utah in 1933.
Abstract The Eulalia and H. Emetaz Film Collection consists of 9 films, dating 1928 to 1932. Six are of various areas in the American Southwest including New Mexico, Arizona and Colorado. The other 3 films are of European locations.
Abstract The collection includes snapshots of Navajo and Anglo Brownie Scout Troop led by Patricia Merrill at Fort Wingate and the Lions International Club float in a 1973 parade in Hobbs, New Mexico.
Abstract Portraits of Frank Waters, his family, friends and home; as well as prints of Native Americans, landscapes, and ruins.
Abstract Photographs from the collection of California writer and promoter of the West, George Wharton James. Among these photographs of Native American subjects are views of Southwestern pueblos (Isleta, Laguna, Zuni, Hopi), feasts (St. Stephen's Day at Acoma) and ceremonies (Hopi Snake Dance), and various Navajo subjects (weaving, baskets, dwellings, death). Several photographs show interactions between Native American and Hispanic American or Anglo American peoples on feast days, at ceremonies, and...
Abstract This collection consist mainly of photographs documenting Glen Emmons's tenure as Bureau of Indian Affairs Commissioner.
Abstract Photographs related to the wholesale and retail mercantile business Gross, Kelly & Company and its predecessor firms. The bulk of the images were made between 1902 and 1954, the years in which Gross, Kelly & Company was in existence.
Abstract This large and varied collection focuses primarily on the Ladd family and their friends and colleagues, the Ramona School, and the University of New Mexico.
Abstract The collection contains photographs and other illustrative material of 19th and 20th Native Americans and pueblos.
Abstract This collection contains photographs with southwestern themes.
Abstract CD and Glass slides of the murals by José Clemente Orozco in the Hospicio Cabañas in Guadalajara, and cubist murals by Jose Maria de Servin. Transparencies and contact prints of Navajo weaver, Bessie Lee and a Corn & Buffalo Dance.
Dates: 1964, 1971
Abstract Commercially reproduced and distributed postcards. Some are black & white photographs, others are tinted or printed from color film.
Richard Rudisill: postcards, stereoview, and photographs of Mexico, Navajo and Pueblo Indians, Western views
Abstract The bulk of the collection is made up of material related to the Navajo Indians. It documents Navajo people, reservations, and various projects and programs related to education, health, industrial and resource development, and construction.
Abstract Six (6) photograph albums with captioned or identified photographs by Simeon Schwemberger of Native Americans in New Mexico and Arizona, including views of people, places and events, particularly around St. Michaels, Arizona and Gallup, New Mexico, in the years 1905-1910.
Dates: 1902-1911; Majority of material found within 1905-1910
Dates: ca. 1915-1925
Abstract This collection contains one "Tru-Vue" (an antecedent of the "Viewmaster") and fourteen stereoscopic film rolls.