Zuni (N.M.) -- Pictorial works
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
Dates: ca. 1905-1910
Anne Kaune Ormsbee & Felicitas Kaune King: 55 photographs of France, Switzerland, Mexico, NM, and Pueblo Indians from the Adolph Bandelier Collection
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 The Eduardo Fuss Photograph Collection consists of images of New Mexico towns, pueblos, National Monuments and Parks, and the cities of Albuquerque, Santa Fe, and Taos.
Abstract Collection contains photographic and print portraits of Frank C. Churchill, a group of civil engineers, and unidentified others, including Pueblo Indians. The majority of the photographs are of various pueblos in New Mexico, focusing on views and structures, including the mission churches.
Abstract The Howard Clinton Tibbitts Pictorial Collection is comprised of glass plate negatives of New Mexico, Utah, Arizona, and Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua, and Piedras Negras, Coahuila in Mexico.
Abstract 37 paintings of pueblo pottery designs. Also, three prints of Native American designs used on buildings: Administration Building, Door to Museum, and a library (not specified). These paintings, by Mercedes Gugisberg, are copies of plates made by Kenneth Chapman. Design motifs include geometric images, animal forms (primarily birds), flower images, and stylized rain clouds.
Abstract Commercially reproduced and distributed postcards. Some are black & white photographs, others are tinted or printed from color film.
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
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.