Pueblos -- New Mexico -- Pictorial works
Subject Source: Unspecified ingested source
Found in 15 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract This collection contains photographs of various locales, primarily in New Mexico. Most images are of buildings and architectural details of buildings in small towns, cities, and the pueblos of New Mexico.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of Albuquerque High students, and facilities, many landscapes, and cityscapes, and other photographs mainly dealing with education and geology.
Abstract Portraits of Frank Waters, his family, friends and home; as well as prints of Native Americans, landscapes, and ruins.
Abstract This collection consists mainly of New Mexico Tourist Bureau photographs.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of agriculture in Britian and New Mexico.
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 Portraits of Gertrude Hill, colleagues, and patrons at work inside the History Library of the Museum of New Mexico, in Santa Fe. Also includes photographs of various landscapes and locales of historical interest around New Mexico.
Abstract The collection contains photographs and other illustrative material of 19th and 20th Native Americans and pueblos.
Abstract Photographs of cowboy author John Sinclair, his wife Evelyn, their friends, and various places in New Mexico where they lived, photographed, or that figured in their writings. There are photos related to Sinclair's family in Scotland and ranching activities in the Southwest.
Abstract Modern copies of photographs located in the Laboratory of Anthropology in Santa Fe, documenting the construction of that building in 1930.
Abstract Collection includes two loosely bound albums containing excellent photographs of Pueblo Indians of New Mexico taken 1936-38 for the U.S. Soil Conservation Service. Collection also contains an aerial view of the Albuquerque Indian School and the first interstate conference for high schools on soil conservation. Personal photos include portraits of Bolles and family, his home and its gardens.
Abstract This collection contains photographs of various archaeological sites in New Mexico.
Abstract The majority of the collection consists of photographs taken by Roy Rosen during his travels in the United States, Europe, Latin America, and the Caribbean. There are also still life compositional studies by Rosen.
Abstract Collection consists mostly of photos of T. M. Pearce, his family, colleagues, and friends and of subjects related to the folklore and history of New Mexico.
Abstract One photograph from the U.S. War Department Survey West of the 100th Meridian. The photograph is titled "Indian Pueblo, Zuni, N.M. View From the South" and shows pueblo dwellings.