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    • Girls at Leupp Boarding School

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    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photograph taken of four girls at the Leupp Boarding School in the early 1920's.
    • Two Girls at Trading Post

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    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photograph taken outside unidentified trading post on the Navajo Reservation
    • Thanksgiving Day at Dilkon

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    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photograph taken of a weaver, a Navajo young woman and child on Thanksgiving Day, 1923, at Dilkon on the Navajo Reservation
    • Old Hopi Man

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    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photograph on the front of an old J. R. Willis post card featuring an old Hopi man. Card mailed in 1926.
    • Navajo Hogan

    • Carlson Rodriguez, Vada
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photograph of a hogan dwelling on the Navajo Reservation.
    • Preparing Wagon for trip back home

    • Sharp, Melvin
    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photograph taken of a family preparing their wagon for a trip back to their home after shopping at Leupp Trading Post.
    • Laguna Indian, Louise Siow

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    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photograph taken of Louise Siow in the outfit she wore as the Flagbearer for the Santa Fe Indian Band headquartered in Winslow. The apron she is wearing is a typical Laguna Indian style which she made.
    • Santa Fe Indian Band at Fair

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    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photograph taken of Winslow's Santa Fe Indian Band at the opening of the Arizona State Fair in Phoenix. Conductor was Felix Coin.
    • Santa Fe Indian Band, Early Members

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    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photograph of the Santa Fe Indian Band taken at La Posada in Winslow in the early 1940's. The band's membership represented multiple tribes, at times up to twelve. Band Manager Charlie Erickson is to the far left.
    • Indian Day in Winslow, 1955

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    • Communication Artifacts: Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photograph of a large group of Indians that came to Winslow for Indian Day in mid-December, 1955. Over 4,000 Indians participated in events of the day which included a visit and gifts from Santa for more than 2,000 children, and hot dogs...
    • Indian mother and children with dog

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    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photo of Navajo mother, children and their dog taken along the road outside of Winslow
    • Indian with car

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    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photo of well-dressed Indian man beside car
    • Indian woman, child, yarn

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    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photo of Navajo woman as she works with yarn, child beside her; taken at Cedar Springs Trading Post
    • Elderly Indian on burro

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    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photo of elderly Indian man on burro taken near Dilkon
    • Indians transporting water

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    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photo of Adil Tone, his daughter and an unidentified man transporting water
    • Navajo mother and daughter

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    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photo of Louise Curley and her first daughter, Renee. Louise and her family are from Bird Springs, AZ, where she still tends sheep and weaves. They have traded in Winslow and area trading posts for over 50 years.
    • Six hundred Indians on Horseback

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    • Communication Artifacts; Documentary Artifact: Print, Photographic
    • Photo taken during Frontier Days Celebration, 1911, in Winslow AZ. 600 Navajos on horseback rode into town to enjoy the festivities.

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