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    • Portrait of Carmen Soto Vasquez, founder of Teatro Carmen, circa 1910

    • Portrait of Carmen Soto Vasquez, founder of Teatro Carmen, circa 1910
    • Unknown
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Arizona; Women--Southwest
    • This is a portrait of Carmen Soto Vasquez, the founder of Teatro Carmen, a well-known theater devoted to presenting Spanish language performances in Tucson. Teatro Carmen's opening night on May 20, 1915 featured a performance of "Cerebro y...
    • Group Portrait of Family in Santa Ana, Sonora, Mexico, late 1910s

    • Group Portrait of Family in Santa Ana, Sonora, Mexico, late 1910s
    • Unknown
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Santa Ana (Sonora, Mexico)
    • This portrait was taken in Santa Ana, Sonora, Mexico, during the late 1910s. Included in this image are, top row: Angelita Zier and Alejandro Zier. In the bottom row are: Isabel Gonzalez, Irma Gonzalez and Carolina de Serna.
    • Reece Family History

    • Reece Family History
    • Duane Reece
    • Oral histories; Arizona History; Arizona History 19th century; Arizona History 20th Century; Gila County (Ariz.); Biography; Cattle--West (U.S.)--History; Ranching History of Gila County; Ranch managers--Arizona; Cowboy poets of Arizona
    • Duane Reece is a cattleman, and also a gifted cowboy poet. He begins with a poem skillfully describing his life as a young cowhand. Duane grew up in the Great Depression on ranches along the Gila River that bordered the San Carlos Indian...
    • Portrait of Hilario Ybarra, circa 1910

    • Portrait of Hilario Ybarra, circa 1910
    • Unknown
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Arizona
    • This is a portrait of Hilario Ybarra, circa 1910s. He is identified as the brother of Ygnacio Ybarra.
    • Family near Acequia, late 1910s

    • Family near Acequia, late 1910s
    • Unknown
    • Portrait Photography; Mexican Americans--History; Arizona; Women--Southwest
    • This is a portrait of unidentified family members of Carlos Serna Avila near an acequia. This photo was taken circa 1910 in Tucson. An acequia is a community-operated watercourse for irrigation.
    • Mrs. Herndon at San Xavier

    • Mrs. Herndon at San Xavier
    • Unknown
    • Ranch life--Arizona--Pima County; Teachers--Arizona--History;
    • Mrs. Herndon was a teacher and good friend to Rosa. She taught Rosa arithmetic. Rosa lived in this house while completing her studies.
    • Closed Coil Basket with Star Design

    • Closed Coil Basket with Star Design
    • Unknown
    • Apache baskets
    • Coiled bowl basket with star design. Western Apache basket. Made of willow and martynia with a petal design in the center. Black and natural color. 10.5 inches deep. 27.25 inches in diameter.
    • Closed Coil Tray with Whirlwind Design

    • Closed Coil Tray with Whirlwind Design
    • Unknown
    • Apache baskets
    • Basket. Tray. Western Apache. Whirlwind design radiating out from the center. Black and natural tan colors. 2 inches deep. 14.25 inches in diameter.
    • Closed Coil Basket with Cross Design

    • Closed Coil Basket with Cross Design
    • Unknown
    • Apache baskets
    • Basket bowl. Western Apache. At the center of the round basket, there is a black cross. The sides are decorated in cross and other geometric patterns. Black and tan colors. 4 inches deep. 9.25 inches in diameter.
    • Burden Basket with Fringe

    • Burden Basket with Fringe
    • Unknown
    • Apache baskets
    • Twined burden basket. Havasupai. Leather straps in four clusters around rim. Geometric designs. Black, red and tan colors. 13 inches deep. 15.5 inches in diameter.
    • Ceramic Bowl with Butterfly Maiden Katsina Design

    • Ceramic Bowl with Butterfly Maiden Katsina Design
    • Unknown
    • Native American arts
    • Pottery bowl, chip out of rim. Hopi. Reconstructed with adhesive that left drip marks. Design is an anthropomorphic figure with elaborates headdress, earrings, necklace and face paint. 3.25 inches deep. 9.25 inches in diameter.
    • Burden Basket

    • Burden Basket
    • Unknown
    • Apache baskets
    • Twined burden basket. Western Apache. Two thick and two thin bands running around the basket. Black, tan and orange colors. 15.5 inches tall. 16.5 inches in diameter.

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