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Fred Harvey Company Photograph Collection, ca.1900 - ca. 1950

RC 1


Creator: Fred Harvey (Firm)
Title: Fred Harvey Company Photograph Collection
Inclusive Dates: ca. 1900 - ca. 1950
Quantity: 662 photographic prints: most gelatin silver, 8x10 inches or smaller
Abstract:Images documenting the company's business activities and corporate promotion. Many associated with the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway, including rail passenger facilities on trains and at depots.
Identification: RC 1
Language: English
Repository: The Heard Museum
Billie Jane Baguley Library and Archives
2301 N. Central Ave.
Phoenix, AZ 85004
Phone: 602-252-8840
E-mail: contact@heard.org

Historical Note

No historical information is available at this time.


Scope and Content

Images documenting the company's business activities and corporate promotion. Many associated with the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway, including rail passenger facilities on trains and at depots.

Many photographs promoting tourism in the Southwest: romantic images of Native Americans, including Apache, Havasupai, Hopi, Isleta, Laguna, Mojave, Navajo, Santo Domingo, Taos, Tesuque, Zuni, and other peoples. Includes portraits and people in traditional activities of handicrafts and agriculture.

Primarily commercial photographs, including work by Karl Moon and others.


Arrangement

RC 1: 1 - 181 Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway, ca. 1900 ca. 1945. Locomotives, trains and railway cars.
RC 1: 182 - 231 Fred Harvey establishments, ca. 1880 ca. 1940. Cigarette ads, hotels at railroad depots.
RC 1: 232 - 242 Grand Canyon, ca. 1945.
RC 1: 247 - 251 Acoma, ca. 1880 (copies) ca. 1950.
RC 1: 252 - 256 Agua Caliente, ca. 1900. Basket weaving and winnowing wheat.
RC 1: 257 - 284 Apache, ca. 1900 ca. 1930.
RC 1: 285 - 287 Arizona scenes, ca. 1940.
RC 1: 288 - 292 Pena Blanc Tienda = Indian Trading Post, 1909 / H. Betts.
RC 1: 293 - 295 Santo Domingo / Cochiti, ceremonials, ca. 1910.
RC 1: 296 - 297 Cochiti, interior of homes, ca. 1910.
RC 1: 298 - 318 Havasupai, ca. 1900 - ca. 1920.
RC 1: 319 - 427 Hopi, ca. 1907 - ca. 1936.
RC 1: 428 - 449 Isleta, ca. 1910 - ca. 1915.
RC 1: 450 - 451 Jemez Indian chanters and dancers.
RC 1: 452 - 463 Laguna, ca. 1900 - ca. 1920.
RC 1: 464 - 486 Mojave, ca. 1900 - ca. 1910.
RC 1: 487 - 491 Native Americans: photographs by Karl Moon, ca. 1910.
RC 1: 492 - 494 Native Americans: copies of paintings, ca. 1910.
RC 1: 495 - 525 Navajo: photographic prints, 1888 ca. 1920.
RC 1: 526 - 528 Plains: portraits of two men, ca. 1920 / by Arthur A. Dailey.
RC 1: 529 - 547 Pueblo, ca. 1910 - ca. 1920.
RC 1: 548 - 555 San Ildefonso, ca. 1920.
RC 1: 556 - 567 San Juan, ca. 1910 - ca. 1920.
RC 1: 568 - 570 Santa Clara, ca. 1920 - ca. 1926.
RC 1: 571 - 601 Santo Domingo, ca. 1900 - ca. 1926.
RC 1: 602 - 611 Navajo, ca. 1920.
RC 1: 612 - 634 Taos, ca. 1898 - ca. 1920.
RC 1: 635 - 643 Tesuque, ca. 1900 - ca. 1920.
RC 1: 644 - 646 Tohono O'odham, ca. 1910 / Putnam & Valentine.
RC 1: 647 Ute, ca. 1910.
RC 1: 648 - 652 Yuma, ca. 1910 - ca. 1910.
RC 1: 653 - 662 Zuni, ca. 1900 - ca. 1920.
RC 1: 663 - 670 Postcards, ca. 1910.

Restrictions

Conditions Governing Access

None.

Conditions Governing Use

Copyright to the works of art is held by the artist, their heirs, assignees, or legates. Copyright to the copy photography and records created by Heard Museum staff is held by the Heard Museum. Requests to reproduce, publish, or exhibit a photograph of an art works requires permissions of the artist and the museum.

In all cases, the patron agrees to hold the Heard Museum harmless and indemnify the museum for any and all claims arising from use of the reproductions.

Patrons must obtain written permission to reproduce or publish photographs of the Heard Museum’s holdings. Images must be reproduced in their entirety; they may not be cropped, overprinted, printed on colored stock, or bleed off the page. The Heard Museum reserves the right to examine proofs and captions for accuracy and sensitivity prior to publication with the right to revise, if necessary. The Heard Museum reserves the right to refuse reproduction of its holdings and to impose such conditions as it may deem advisable in its sole and absolute discretion in the best interests of the museum.


Related Material

RC 2 Fred Harvey Company collection: ca. 1885 ca. 1950.

RC 39 Fred Harvey Company records: ca. 1890 ca. 1950.

Plateau, Vol. 36, No.2, Fall 1936


Controlled Access Terms

Personal Name(s)
Moon, Carl, 1878-1948.

Corporate Name(s)
Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway Company-Photographs.
Fred Harvey (Firm)-Photographs.
Heard Museum.

Geographic Name(s)
Grand Canyon (Ariz.)-Photographs.

Subject(s)
Handicraft-West (U.S.)-Photographs.
Hotels-West (U.S.)-Photographs.
Indian arts-West (U.S.)-Photographs.
Indians of North America-Agriculture-West (U.S.)-Photographs.
Indians of North America-West (U.S.)-Social life and customs-Photographs.
Railroads-Trains-Photographs.


Administrative Information

Custodial History

These materials were received from the Fred Harvey Fine Arts Foundation. Over the years, a number of items from other collections had been interfiled as a subject collection. In 1992 all materials not bearing the Fred Harvey Company stamp were pulled from the collection to form an associated collection (RC 2).

Preferred Citation

Reproduction, publication, or exhibition of this work must include the following credit in proximity to the image or in a special section of credits:

Fred Harvey Company Photograph Collection. Heard Museum. Phoenix, Arizona


Container List

RC 1: 1-181 Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway, ca. 1900-ca. 1945.
181 photographic prints. Railroad cars built for the Harvey Company by Pullman Car and Manufacturing Company. Includes a barbershop, chair cars, cocktail lounge, compartment cars, dining cars, kitchens, and china service by Syracuse, lounge cars, a lunch counter, a newsstand, porters, showers, and soda fountain. Locomotives and trains, including observation cars on the California Limited, a motor car, locomotives built by Baldwin, Mallet Engines 1300, 1700 and 3000 locomotives in motion, and Streamliners. Tunnel at Raton, New Mexico, photographed by Gabriel Moulin.
RC 1: 1 “Barber chair,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, Fred Harvey Company, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 2 “The Barber shop in the newest style club lounge car designed by the Fred Harvey System for use on the Santa Fe Railway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1925
RC 1: 3 Duplicate RC1: 2.
RC 1: 4 Duplicate RC1: 2.
RC 1: 5 Duplicate RC1: 2.
RC 1: 6 “Interior Mission Parlor Car #1204-In service on Santa Fe Kite shaped track,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 7 “Railroad Car Interior,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, P.29341 L.4807 7-16-25.P.V.V., undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 8 “Railroad Car Interior,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, P.20342 L.4807 7.16-25.P.V.V., undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 9 “Railroad Car Interior,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, P. 20343 L.4807 7.16-25.P.V.V., undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 10 “Chair Car on Golden Gate,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 11 “New Dining and Club Car,” The newest style club lounge car designed by the Fred Harvey System for use on the Santa Fe Ry.,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 12 Duplicate of RC1: 11.
RC 1: 13 Duplicate of RC1: 11.
RC 1: 14 “Bartenders,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 15 Duplicate of RC1: 14.
RC 1: 16 “Service bar in Super Chief Cocktail lounge. Behind the bar is an Indian ceremonial dance figure, a “Katchina” inlaid in half a dozen rare woods,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 17 Duplicate of RC1: 16.
RC 1: 18 Duplicate of RC1: 16.
RC 1: 19 Duplicate of RC1: 16.
RC 1: 20 “Lounge and Club Car on Super Chief and Chief,” Misc. ATSF Railroad. Undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 21 “Lounge Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 22 “E. S. Marsh, Santa Fe Financial Vice Pres., and R.W. Robbins, Santa Fe Director in lounge car,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 23 “On directors’ special-1949. N-192,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, 1949. 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 24 “Railroad car compartment,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 25 “Railroad car compartment,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 26 “Railroad car compartment,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 27 “Railroad car compartment,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 28 “Railroad car compartment,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 29 “Railroad car compartment,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 30 “Railroad car compartment,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 31 “Railroad car compartment,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 32 “Railroad car compartment,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 33 “Railroad car compartment,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 34 “N-192-Santa Fe Diner,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 35 “Interior of Dining Car on California Limited,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 36 “About 1890” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 37 “Santa Fe Diner,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 38 Duplicate of RC1: 37.
RC 1: 39 “Dining Car Interior,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x6.75 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 40 “Dining Car Interior,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, P.29331 L.4806 7.16-25.P.V.V., undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 41 “Dining Car Interior,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, P.29333 L. 7-16-25.P.V.V., undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 4806
RC 1: 42 “Dining Car Interior,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, No 1, 3-16-32, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 43 Duplicate of RC1: 40.
RC 1: 44 “Interior Dining Car,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 45 “Diner on DeLuxe Train,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 46 “View of one of the tables in the Newest style diner, designed especially patented by the Fred Harvey System for use on the Santa Fe Railway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 47 “Dining Car Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad-Dining Cars-Historical, 8x10 b/w photographic print. [Note: missing as of see also 35mm slide and copy photo.], 2/13/2009
RC 1: 48 “General interior view of the newest style diner designed and especially patented by the Fred Harvey System for use on the Santa Fe Railway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 49 “Dining Car-Super Chief-(36) Apr, 1937” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1937
RC 1: 50 “Dining Car-The Super Chief- April 1937” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1937
RC 1: 51 “Dining Car,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 52 “Santa Fe Chief Place Setting,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print. Two copies.
RC 1: 53 Duplicate of RC1: 52.
RC 1: 54 “Santa Fe Chief Place Setting,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 55 Duplicate of RC1: 54.
RC 1: 56 “Santa Fe Chief Place Setting,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 57 “Santa Fe Chief Place Setting,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 58 “Kitchen Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad. P.29334 L.4806. 7-16-25.P.V.V., undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 59 “Kitchen Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad. P.29335 L.4806 7-16-25.P.V.V., undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 60 “Kitchen Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 61 “Kitchen Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad. P.29336 L. 7-16-25.P.V.V., undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 4806
RC 1: 62 “The Pantry in the newest style diner designed and especially patented by the Fred Harvey System for use on the Santa Fe Railway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 63 Duplicate of RC1: 62.
RC 1: 64 Duplicate of RC1: 62.
RC 1: 65 “Kitchen and pantry of the newest style diner designed and patented by the Fred Harvey System for use in the Santa Fe Ry.,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 66 Duplicate of RC1: 65.
RC 1: 67 Duplicate of RC1: 65.
RC 1: 68 “Chef Herman Sirio about to slice turkey. Lobster in right foreground. 2nd cook B. Kotelman (right),” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 69 “Diner Kitchen. Carlo Gardini, chef, Chrest Rechtermann, 2nd cook and Harry Sarmiak, 2nd cook.,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 70 “The diner on the Santa Fe Chief or Super Chief,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical. “(Santa Fe Railway Photo), undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 71 “ June 16,1939. Peter Taussh, Chief Steward, Santa Fe Super Chief,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1939
RC 1: 72 “ June 16,1939. Peter Taussh, Chief Steward, Santa Fe Super Chief,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1939
RC 1: 73 “Dining Cars-Interior,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 74 “Dining Cars-Interior,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 75 Duplicate of RC1: 74.
RC 1: 75B “Dining car on the Santa Fe Chief-Fred Harvey service,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 75C “Fred Harvey dining car on Super Chief trains,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print .
RC 1: 75D “Fred Harvey Dining Car on the Santa Fe,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 76 “Santa Fe Super Chiefs Turquoise Room,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 77 “Gracious service and excellent cuisine are a feature of the Santa Fe’s Super Chief dining car,” Misc. ATSF, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 78 “(Santa Fe Railway Photo) The Passenger gourmet is ushered to a fine setting of snowy linens, gleaming silver and superb cuisine aboard the Santa Fe’s Super Chief dining car,” undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 78B Duplicate of RC1: 78.
RC 1: 79 “Fred Harvey Waitress Being Served Breakfast,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, “ undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print. Press release attached.
RC 1: 80 “Lounge Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 81 Lounge Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 82 “Lounge Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 83 “Lounge Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 84 “Lounge Super Chief, April 1937” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1937
RC 1: 85 “Lounge Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 86 “Lounge Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 87 “Lounge Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 88 “Lounge Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 89 “Lounge Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 90 “Lounge Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 91 “Lounge Scene,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 92 “Lounge portion of the newest style club lounge car designed and patented by the Fred Harvey System for use on the Santa Fe Ry. Also the soda fountain and cig stand,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1925
RC 1: 93 Duplicate of RC 1: 92.
RC 1: 94 Duplicate of RC 1: 92.
RC 1: 95 “New Dining and Club Car (1925),” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1925
RC 1: 96 “Woman Passenger,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 97 “Group of Passengers,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 98 “Man and Woman Passengers,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 99 “Lounge Car,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 100 “Fred Harvey Lunch Counter on “El Capitan” train,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 101 “News Stand on the “The Scout”. First Run April 14, 1937” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1937
RC 1: 102 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 103 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 104 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 105 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 106 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 107 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 108 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 109 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 110 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 111 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 112 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 113 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 114 Duplicate of RC 1: 101.
RC 1: 115 “Bright Angel News Stand,” undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 116 “Cigar Stand in the newest style Club Lounge Car designed and patented by the Fred Harvey System for use on the Santa Fe Ry.,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1925
RC 1: 117 Duplicate of RC 1: 116.
RC 1: 118 “Pullman Porter At Door To Sleeping Car,” Misc.-Railroads, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 119 Duplicate of RC 1: 118.
RC 1: 120 “Shower bath in the newest style Club-lounge car designed and patented by the Fred Harvey System for use on the Santa Fe Ry.,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 121 Duplicate of RC 1: 120.
RC 1: 122 Duplicate of RC 1: 120.
RC 1: 123 Duplicate of RC 1: 120.
RC 1: 124 “The Shower and Bath in the newest Style Club-Lounge Car designed by the Fred Harvey System for use on the Santa Fe Ry.,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 125 Duplicate of RC 1: 124.
RC 1: 126 Duplicate of RC 1: 124.
RC 1: 127 “The Soda Fountain in the newest style Club-Lounge Car designed by the Fred Harvey System for use on the Santa Fe Railway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 128 Duplicate of RC 1: 127.
RC 1: 129 Duplicate of RC 1: 127.
RC 1: 130 “A Santa Fe Locomotive Class (From the Santa Fe Magazine),” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 7.25x4 b/w photographic print., 3200
RC 1: 131 “Locomotive,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 132 “Limited at Los Angeles,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x6 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 133 “Los Angeles, California-Observation Ends California Limited, Santa Fe Rd. Leaving Los Angeles in seven (7) pictures,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 134 “Los Angeles, California-The series “3700” Type Locomotives which pulled California Limited-Albq-Los Angeles,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 135 “Santa Fe Motor Car,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 5.5x3.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 136 “Dining Car Exterior,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 137 “Dining Car Exterior,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 138 “Exterior Mission Parlor Car #1204-In service on Santa Fe Kite Shaped Track,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 139 “Exterior Lounge Car,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 140 “Exterior Lounge Car,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 141 “Santa Fe Type Locomotive built for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 4x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 142 “4-8-4 Type Locomotive built for Atchison, Topeka & Santa Fe Ry,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 4x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 143 “Locomotive No. 2005” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 5.5x8 photographic print.
RC 1: 144 “Mallet Compound Engine-Longest in the world. “On the Frisco,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 5.5x8 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 145 “Mallet Compound Engine,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print. Two copies.
RC 1: 146 Duplicate of RC1: 145.
RC 1: 147 “Mallet Compound Engine, On the Santa Fe, Largest in the world,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 3.5x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 148 Duplicate of RC1: 147
RC 1: 149 “Locomotive,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 6.75x8.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 150 “Mallet Compound Engine, Locomotive on the Santa Fe. Largest in the world,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 3.75x6.25 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 151 “Mallet Compound Engine, Locomotive on the Santa Fe,” undated, 4x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 152 Duplicate of RC1: 151.
RC 1: 153 “Mallet Compound Engine, Locomotive on the Santa Fe,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 4x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 154 “Mallet Compound Engine, Locomotive on the Santa Fe,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 4x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 155 “Mallet Engine on the Santa Fe,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 156 Duplicate of RC1: 155.
RC 1: 157 “Mallet Compound Engine, Largest in the world, On the Frisco,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, postcard.
RC 1: 158 “Mallet Compound Engine, Largest in the world, On the Frisco,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, postcard.
RC 1: 159 “Mallet Compound Engine, Largest in the world, On the Frisco,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, postcard.
RC 1: 160 Duplicate of RC1: 159.
RC 1: 161 “Mallet Compound Engine, Largest in the world. “On the Santa Fe,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, postcard.
RC 1: 162 “Mallet Compound Engine, Largest in the world, On the Frisco,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, postcard.
RC 1: 163 “Mallet Compound Engine, Largest in the world. “On the Santa Fe,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, postcard.
RC 1: 164 Duplicate of RC1: 163.
RC 1: 165 “Train Underway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 5x7 photographic print.
RC 1: 166 “Train Underway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 5x7 photographic print.
RC 1: 167 “Train Underway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 5x7 photographic print.
RC 1: 168 “Train Underway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 5x7 photographic print.
RC 1: 169 “Train Underway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 5x7 photographic print.
RC 1: 170 “Train Underway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 5x7 photographic print.
RC 1: 171 “Train Underway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 5x7 photographic print.
RC 1: 172 “Evening in Apache Canyon, Between Los Vegas and Lamy, New Mexico,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 photographic print.
RC 1: 173 “Train Underway,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 photographic print.
RC 1: 174 “Johnson’s Canyon,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, postcard.
RC 1: 175 “Mtn. Air,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, postcard.
RC 1: 176 “Awaiting their turn. Frisco Roundhouse,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, postcard.
RC 1: 177 “Streamliner near Manuelito, N.M.,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 photographic print.
RC 1: 178 Duplicate of RC1: 177.
RC 1: 179 “Streamliner at Apache Canyon, New Mexico,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 photographic print.
RC 1: 180 “Raton Tunnel”, Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 photographic print.
RC 1: 181 Duplicate of RC1: 180.
RC 1: 182-231 Fred Harvey establishments, ca. 1880-ca. 1940.
60 photographic prints. Cigarette ads at Fred Harvey Newsstands for Camel, Chesterfield, Lucky Strike, and Old Gold brands. Hotels at railroad depots at Barstow, California, at Belen, New Mexico, at Gallup, New Mexico, Montezuma Hot Springs Hotel at Las Vegas, New Mexico, at San Marciel, New Mexico, La Fonda resort at Santa Fe, New Mexico, Sequoyah Hotel at Syracuse, Kansas, at Topeka, Kansas.
RC 1: 182 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Albuquerque, New Mexico,” undated, 3.75x6 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 183 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Gallup, New Mexico,” undated, 3.75x6 b/w photographic prints.
RC 1: 184 “Fred Harvey, Bright Angel News Stand, Grand Canyon,” undated, 4.5x6 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 185 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Los Angeles, California,” undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 186 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Needles, California,” undated, 3x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 186B “Fred Harvey News Stand, News Stand, El Paso, Texas,” undated, 2.75x4 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 187 “Fred Harvey News Stand, San Bernardino,” undated, 3.75x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 188 “Fred Harvey News Stand, San Diego,” undated, 3.5x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 189 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Winslow, Arizona,” undated, 4.5x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 190 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Albuquerque, New Mexico,” undated, 3.75x6 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 191 “Fred Harvey News Stand,” undated, 3.75x6 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 192 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Barstow, California,” undated, 3x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 192B “Fred Harvey News Stand, Union Station, El Paso, Texas,” undated, 3x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 193 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Gallup, New Mexico,” undated, 3.75x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 194 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Gallup, New Mexico,” undated, 3.5x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 195 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Needles, California,” undated, 3x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 195B “Fred Harvey News Stand, San Bernardino, California,” undated, 3x2.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 196 “Fred Harvey News Stand, San Bernardino, California,” undated, 4x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 197 “Fred Harvey News Stand, San Diego,” undated, 3.5x5.75 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 198 “Fred Harvey Lunch Room, San Diego,” undated, 3.5x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 199 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Winslow,” undated, 5x4 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 200 “Fred Harvey News Stand,” undated, 3.75x6 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 201 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Albuquerque, New Mexico,” undated, 4x6 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 202 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Barstow Stand,” undated, 3x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 202B “Fred Harvey News Stand, El Paso, Texas,” undated, 4.5x3 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 202C “Fred Harvey News Stand, El Paso,” undated, 4.5x3 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 203 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Gallup, New Mexico,” undated, 3.5x5.75 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 204 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Gallup, New Mexico,” undated, 3.5x5.75 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 205 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Santa Fe Station, Los Angeles, California,” undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 206 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Needles,” undated, 3x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 206B “Fred Harvey News Stand, San Bernardino, California,” undated, 2.5x3.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 207 Fred Harvey News Stand, San Bernardino, California, 2.5x3.5 photographic print.
RC 1: 208 “Fred Harvey News Stand, San Diego,” undated, 3.5x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 209 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Winslow,” undated, .b/w 4x5.75 photographic print.
RC 1: 210 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Winslow,” undated, 3.75x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 211 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Albuquerque, New Mexico,” undated, 3.5x5.75 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 212 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Barstow,” undated, 2.5x4 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 213 “Fred Harvey News Stand, El Paso, 2.5x4 photographic print.
RC 1: 214 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Union Station, El Paso, Texas,” undated, 2.5x4 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 215 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Gallup, New Mexico,” undated, 3.5x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 216 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Gallup, New Mexico,” undated, 3.5x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 217 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Gallup, New Mexico,” undated, 3.5x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 218 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Los Angeles, California,” undated, 3x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 218B “Fred Harvey News Stand, Needles, California,” undated, 3x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 219 “Fred Harvey News Stand, San Diego,” undated, 3.5x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 220 “Fred Harvey News Stand, San Diego,” undated, 3.5x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 221 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Santa Fe, New Mexico,” undated, 3x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 222 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Winslow, Arizona,” undated, 5x3 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 223 “Fred Harvey News Stand, Winslow, Arizona,” undated, 5x3 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 224 “California Limited of the Santa Fe R.R. in Barstow-with Harvey Hotel Casa del Desierto,” Misc. ATSF Railroad, Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 225 “Santa Fe Hotel and Station, Belen, New Mexico,” ATSF Station-Hotel-Historical. undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 226 “Indians at House Blessing Ceremony,” New Mexico-Gallup-El Navaho-Exterior-Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 227 “Las Vegas Hot Spring-Montezuma Hotel,” New Mexico-Montezuma Hot Springs-Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 228 New Mexico-San Marcial--ATSF Depot Hotel-Exterior-Historical, “Depot Hotel, San Marcial, New Mexico,” 8x10 photographic print.
RC 1: 229 “Detour buses outside La Fonda,” New Mexico-Santa Fe-La Fonda-Exterior-Historical, or after, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1926
RC 1: 230 “Kansas-Syracuse-Sequoyah Hotel at ATSF Station,” Exterior-Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 231 “Santa Fe Railway Photo, Topeka, ATSF Depot, 1880” Kansas-Topeka-Exterior-Historical, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 232 -242 Grand Canyon, ca. 1945.
11 photographic prints. Bright Angel Lodge, Watch Tower, Grand View Hotel, photographed by Peabody, John Hance's cabin, Hermit Springs, original suspension bridge over the Colorado at the canyon bottom, mule party, and Hermit Camp.
RC 1: 232 “Horse back party leaving El Tovar,” Arizona-Grand Canyon-Grand Canyon Village-El Tovar-Exterior-Historical, undated, 8x10 photographic print.
RC 1: 233 “Ne-mul-ma,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, FH-Grand Canyon, undated, 4x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 234 “Arizona-Grand Canyon East Rim Drive-Desert View-Watchtower-Exterior,” undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 234B “Grandview Hotel on Grandview Point,” Arizona-Grand Canyon-East Rim Drive-Grandview-Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 235 “Grand Canyon Village-Bright Angel Lodge and Cabins,” Arizona-Grand Canyon--Historical, Air view, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 236 “East Rim Drive-Hance’s Ranch,” Arizona-Grand Canyon--Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 237 “Camp at Hermit Springs,” Arizona-Grand Canyon-Trails-Hermit Trail-Historical-Dripping Springs, undated, 5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 238 “Kaibab Trail-North Suspension Bridge,” Arizona-Grand Canyon--Historical, undated, 4x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 239 “Mule Party on Hermit Trail,” Arizona-Grand Canyon-Trails-Hermit Trail-Historical-General Views, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 240 “Hermit Creed Cabins, Grand Canyon, Arizona,” Arizona-Grand Canyon-Trails-Hermit Trail-Historical-Hermit Camp, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 241 “Hermit Camp,” Arizona-Grand Canyon-Trails-Hermit Trail-Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 242 “The Majesty of the Grand Canyon,” Misc.-ATSF Railroad, color poster used on Coast Liner-size 30x40, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 243 “Old Fashioned Girls,” Kansas-Syracuse-Santa Fe Station-Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 244 “Harvey Girls,” Texas-Houston-Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 245 “Lunch Room, Fred Harvey Santa Fe Station, Somerville, Texas,” Texas-Somerville-Historical, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 246 “Emporia, Kansas-Lunch Counter 1924” Kansas-Emporia-Santa Fe Station-Interior-Historical, undated, 8x10 photographic print.
RC 1: 247-251 Acoma, (copies)-ca. 1950., ca. 1880
4 photographic prints: some copy photographs. Includes copies of photographs by Karl Moon.
RC 1: 247 “Acoma Indian,” Misc.-Indian-Acoma, undated, 2.5x3 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 248 “At the Well of Acoma,” Misc.-Indians-Acoma, undated, 5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 249 “Two Women at the Well of Acoma,” Misc.-Indians-Acoma, undated, 5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 250 “Men of Acoma,” Misc.-Indians-Acoma, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 251 Duplicate of RC1: 250.
RC 1: 252-256 Agua Caliente, ca. 1900.
5 photographic prints. Scope note: Basket weaving and winnowing wheat. Includes photographs by C. C. Pierce & Company and by Wharton James.
RC 1: 252 “Basket Maker,” Misc.-Indians-Aqua Caliente, undated, 6x8 b/w photographic print
RC 1: 253 “Aqua Caliente Indian Woman Basket Maker-The principle industry of this tribe. Mercedes Nolosques,” Misc.-Indians-Aqua Caliente, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 254 “Winnowing Wheat,” Misc.-Indians-Aqua Caliente, undated, 5x8 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 255 Duplicate of RC1: 254.
RC 1: 256 Duplicate of RC1: 254.
RC 1: 257-284 Apache, ca. 1900-ca. 1930.
28 photographic prints. Scope note: 272-Antonio Apache dressed as a Navajo silversmith, basketry, ethnographic, portraits, portraits of Buffalo Calf, and a copy of a painting, "War Party" by Charles Craig. Photographers include Karl Moon and Putnam & Valentine.
RC 1: 257 “Apache Mother + Child,” Misc.-Indians-Apache, undated, 5.5x7.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 258 “In Apache Land,” Misc.-Indians-Apache, undated, 8x6 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 259 Duplicate of RC1: 258.
RC 1: 260 “Apache Family Scene,” Misc.-Indians-Apache, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 261 “Apache Warrior at Navajo Rio,” Misc.-Indians-Apache, undated, 6x8 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 262 “Apache Warriors Halting for Water,” Misc.-Indians-Apache, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 263 “Old Indian Scout,” Misc.-Indian-Apache, undated, 4.5x6 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 264 “Last of the Council-A White Mountain Apache,” Misc.-Indians-Apache, undated, 6x9 b/w photographic print. Karl Moon, photographer.
RC 1: 265 Duplicate of RC1: 264.
RC 1: 266 “Nearing the End of the Trail,” undated, 10x8 b/w photographic print. Karl Moon, photographer.
RC 1: 267 Duplicate of RC1: 266.
RC 1: 268 “Apache Squaw & Papoose,” Misc.-Indians-Apache, undated, 4.5x6.75 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 269 “Montera Cabazon, An Apache Indian Arizona,” Misc.-Indians-Apache, undated, 6x8 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 270 “An Apache Indian Portrait,” Misc.-Indians-Apache, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 269.
RC 1: 271 “White Mountain Apache Prince,” Misc.-Indians-Apache, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 272 “Antonio-Jewelry Maker,” Misc.-Indians-Apache, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 272a Duplicate of RC1: 272.
RC 1: 273 “A Jicarilla Apache, New Mexico,” Misc.-Indians-Apache, undated, 6x8 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 274 Duplicate of RC1: 273.
RC 1: 275 Duplicate of RC1: 273.
RC 1: 276 Duplicate of RC1: 273.
RC 1: 277 Duplicate of RC1: 273.
RC 1: 278 Duplicate of RC1: 273.
RC 1: 279 Duplicate of RC1: 273.
RC 1:280 Duplicate of RC1: 273.
RC 1: 281 Duplicate of RC1: 273.
RC 1: 282 “Apache War Party, Chas. Craig (1903),” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 6.5x9 sepia photographic print.
RC 1: 283 Duplicate of RC1: 282.
RC 1: 284 “Apache War Party, Chas. Craig (1903),” Misc.-Printings-Indians, undated, 6.5x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 285-287 Arizona scenes, ca. 1940.
3 photographic prints. Scope note: Includes photographs by Arthur A. Dailey, photographer for the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railway. 272. Antonio / Punam & Valentine.
RC 1: 285 “Indian on Horseback,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 286 “Horse Drawn Coach,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 287 “Wagon Train,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 288-292 Pena Blanc Tienda Indian Trading Post, 1909
H. Betts. 5 photographic copy prints (1 image) of a painting.
RC 1: 288 “Indian Trading Post-H. Betts (1909),” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, 7x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 289 Duplicate of RC1: 288.
RC 1: 290 “Pina Blanc Tienda, New Mexico, by H. Betts (1906),” Misc.-Painting-Indians, 7x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 291 Duplicate of RC1: 290.
RC 1: 292 “Indian Trading Post-H. Betts,” Misc.-Painting-Indians, undated, 7x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 293-295 Santo Domingo / Cochiti, ceremonials, ca. 1910.
3 photographic prints. Contents: 293 295. Ceremonial, ca. 1910 "Cochiti Estufa--Pueblo of Cochiti on verso-296. Woman grinding corn--297. Woman rocking child in cradle suspended from the ceiling.
RC 1: 293 “Cochiti Estufa,” Misc.-Indians-Cochiti, undated, 7x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 294 “Cochiti Estufa,” Misc.-Indians-Cochiti, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 295 Duplicate of RC1: 294.
RC 1: 296-297 Cochiti, interior of homes, ca. 1910.
2 photographic prints. 296. Woman grinding corn--297. Woman rocking child in cradle suspended from ceiling.
RC 1: 296 “Woman Grinding Corn,” Misc.-Indians-Cochiti, undated, 7.5x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 297 “Cochiti Interior,” Misc.-Indians-Cochiti, undated, 7.5x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 298-299 Havasupai, Indian basketweaver, ca. 1900.
2 photographic prints. Portrait of Suteliuja seated weaving a basket. Identification by Steve Hirst, March 1983. The photographer is probably Jessie Bratley, a teacher at Supai circa 1900 whose negatives are at the Denver Museum of Natural History.
RC 1: 298 “Supai Squaw Weaving Baskets,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, undated, 6x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 299 Duplicate of RC1: 298.
RC 1: 300-303 Havasupai and burro, ca. 1912.
4 photographic prints. 300. Manakaja--302 303. Yuuta. Both identified by Steve Hirst, March 1983.
RC 1: 300 “Chief of the Supai’s-Mallaka = man’s name,” Misc.-IndiansHavasupai, undated, 6x3 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 301 “Old Supai on Horse in Havasupai Canyon,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 302 “Old Supai Indian on Mule (A Canyon Patriarch),” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 303.
RC 1: 303 “Old Supai Indian on Mule-(A Canyon Patriarch),” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 304 Havasupai, Sin-ya la, / by Karl Moon. 1 photographic print., ca. 1910
RC 1: 304 “Sin-ya-la,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, 3x4.5 b/w photographic print., ca. 1910
RC 1: 305-310 Havasupai portraits, mother and child, ca. 1920.
6 photographic prints. 310. Edith Putesoy, daughter of Song Maker and repository of Supai songs. Possibly photographed by Barbara McKee, who was at the Canyon with the Park Service.
RC 1: 305 “Supai Squaw and Papoose,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, undated, 6.5x8.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 306 Duplicate of RC1: 305.
RC 1: 307 “Havasupai Mother and Child,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, undated, 3.5x6.5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 308.
RC 1: 308 “Havasupai Mother and Child,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 309 Duplicate of RC1: 308.
RC 1: 310 “Havasupai Mother and Child. Edith Putesoy-Daughter of song maker on mother’s side. Child is Marian?,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 311-314 Havasupai portraits, individuals, ca. 1912.
4 photographic prints. 311. Supai Charlie, 1913--312. Big Jim, ca. 1915 / stamp of El Tovar Studio--313. Supai Charlie, 1901 / photographed by H[enry] G[reenwood] Peabody--314. Unidentified Supai woman.
RC 1: 311 “Supai Charlie,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, undated, 2.5x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 312 “Old Indian in Top Hat,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, undated, 4x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 313 “Supai Charlie,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, undated, 7x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 314 “Old Havasupai Squaw,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, undated, 4.5x7.25 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 315-318 Havasupai sweat house, 1912.
4 photographic prints.
RC 1: 315 “Supai Sweat-House,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, 3x5 b/w photographic print., 1912
RC 1: 316 Duplicate of RC1: 315.
RC 1: 317 “Supai Sweat-House,” Misc.-Indians-Havasupai, 3x5 b/w photographic print., 1912
RC 1: 318 Duplicate of RC1: 317.
RC 1: 319-322 Hopi maiden basket weaver, ca. 1910.
4 photographic copy prints (1 image) of a painting.
RC 1: 319 “Maiden Basket Weaver,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 320 Duplicate of RC1: 319.
RC 1: 321 Duplicate of RC1: 319.
RC 1: 322 Duplicate of RC1: 319.
RC 1: 323 Hopi boomerang throwers, 1 photographic copy print of a painting., ca. 1910
RC 1: 323 “Hopi Boomerang Throwers,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 324 Hopi ceremonies, / by Arthur A. Dailey, 1 photographic print., ca. 1920
RC 1: 324 “Hopi Drummer,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 325-336 Hopi ceremonies, ca. 1915.
12 photographic copy prints of paintings. 325. Hopi snake dance / H. H. Gross--326 327. A song in the kiva / W. E. Rollins-328 336. Hopi dance with sun shield / Fred Geary.
RC 1: 325 “Hopi Snake Dance-H. H. Gross,” Misc.-Indians, undated, 4x5.5 b/w photographic print. Restricted.
RC 1: 326 “A Song in the Kiva,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 7x9.5 b/w photographic print. Painting by W.E. Rollins.
RC 1: 327 Duplicate of RC1: 326.
RC 1: 328 “Hopi Dancer with Sun Shield,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 7x9.5 b/w photographic print. Painting by Fred Geary.
RC 1: 329 Duplicate of RC1: 328.
RC 1: 330 Duplicate of RC1: 328.
RC 1: 331 Duplicate of RC1: 328.
RC 1: 332 Duplicate of RC1: 328.
RC 1: 333 “Hopi Dance with Sun Shield,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 7x9.5 b/w photographic print. Oil painting by Fred Geary.
RC 1: 334 “Hopi Dancer with Sun Shield,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 7x9.5 b/w photographic print. Painting by Fred Geary.
RC 1: 335 “Hopi Dancer with Sun Shield,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 5.75x9 color photographic print.
RC 1: 336 Duplicate of RC1: 335.
RC 1: 337-351 Hopi children, ca. 1925.
15 photographic prints. 343. Son of Porter Timeche, Ronald Timeche--346. Hopi boys at play, Oraibi, Arizona--350. Hon mana (Bear Maiden) and her brother Qu ja ho now Timeche (Little Snow), with typescript note--351. Ho te Nu va Saufki (The Spider Went Quickly Into The Hole), a member of the Bear Clan, with typescript note.
RC 1: 337 “Child with Rattle,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4x6 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 338 “Hopi Maid and Papoose,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 3.5x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 339 Duplicate of RC1: 338.
RC 1: 340 Duplicate of RC1: 338.
RC 1: 341 Duplicate of RC1: 338.
RC 1: 342 “Hopi Maid and Papoose,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 338.
RC 1: 343 “Son of Porter Timeche,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 344 “Hopi Boy and Baby Antelope and Pup,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 345 “Two Hopi Boys with Dog,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 346 “Hopi Boys at Play,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 347 “Hopi Chidren at Moenkopi,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 348 Duplicate of RC1: 346.
RC 1: 349 Duplicate of RC1: 346.
RC 1: 350 “Hopi Children,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 350a Typewritten notes on RC1: 350. Identifies children as Hon-mana Timeche and Qu-ja-ho-nw Timeche. Father worked as Indian jewelry expert at Bright Angel Lodge.
RC 1: 351-352 Hopi, ca. 1936.
351. Ho-te Nu-va (Lawrence) Saufkie, 1936-352. Hon-mana and Qu-ja-ho-now Timeche
RC 1: 351 “Hopi Lad,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, 8x10 photographic print.
RC 1: 351a Typewritten notes on RC1: 351. Identifies child as Ho-te Nu-va Saufkie.
RC 1: 352-359 Hopi grinding corn, ca. 1915. 8 photographic prints. Various scenes of women grinding corn with a metate. 357. Photographed by Karl Moon.
RC 1: 352 “Hopi Maiden Grinding Corn,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print. Three copies.
RC 1: 353 “Old Squaw Grinding Corn,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print. Two copies.
RC 1: 354 Duplicate of RC1: 353.
RC 1: 355 Duplicate of RC1: 353.
RC 1: 356 “Hopi Squaw grinding corn on Metate,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 357 “Hopi Bread Maker,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4x5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 358.
RC 1: 358 “Hopi Bread Maker,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 359 “Hopi Woman at Metate,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 360-369 Hopi families, ca. 1920.
10 photographic prints. 364 365. Paul Saufki with wife Ruby Sewilmuna and son Ho Te Nu Va (Lawrence) at Desert View Point, Grand Canyon National Park--366. Saufki repairing a rug to be used in the Bright Angel Lodge--367. Porter Timeche family, including Qu ha ho now.
RC 1: 360 “Hopi ‘Grandfather’ Carrying Child,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 361.
RC 1: 361 “Hopi ‘Grandfather’ Carrying Child,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 362 “Hopi Group at Home,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 6x8.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 363 “Moki Madonna,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 364 “Hopi Family,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 364a Notes to RC1: 364. Identifies figures in photograph as Paul Saufkie, his wife Sewilmuna and son Nu-va. [Paul Saufkie was instrumental in developing the overlay technique in Hopi jewelry and partnered with Fred Kabotie in establishing the Hopi Silvercraft Cooperative Guild.]
RC 1: 365 “Hopi Family,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 365a Notes to RC1: 365. Identifies figures in photograph as Paul Saufkie, his wife Sewilmuna and son Nu-va. [Paul Saufkie was instrumental in developing the overlay technique in Hopi jewelry and partnered with Fred Kabotie in establishing the Hopi Silvercraft Cooperative Guild.]
RC 1: 366 “Hopi Repairing Rug,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 366a Notes to RC1: 366. Identifies figure in photograph as [Paul] Saufkie.
RC 1: 367 “Navajo Family,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 367a Notes to RC1: 367. Identifies figures in photograph as Porter Timeche, his wife and children. [Porter Timeche partnered with Fred Kabotie in establishing the Hopi Silvercraft Cooperative Guild.]
RC 1: 368 Duplicate of RC1: 367.
RC 1: 369 Duplicate of RC1: 367.
RC 1: 370-371 Hopi flute players, ca. 1910.
2 photographic prints. 370. Oraibi flute player / photographed by Sumner W. Matteson--371. Hopi flute boy: copy of painting by F. P. [Sames?].
RC 1: 370 “Oraibi Flute Dancer,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 371 “Hopi Flute Boy,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 6x8 color photographic print of painting.
RC 1: 372 Hopi house interior, ca. 1900. 1 photographic print. Originally identified by Harvey Company as interior of Laguna Pueblo, note by Byron Harvey suggests it is Hopi.
RC 1: 372 “Interior of Pueblo, Hopi pottery bowls, canteens, Oraibi baskets and Hopi blanket lead me to think this is Hopi,” Misc.-Indians-Laguna [Hopi ??], undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 373-375 Hopi Shoogokos Kachinas, ca. 1910.
3 photographic prints.
RC 1: 373 “Hopi Shoogokos Katcina,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 374 “Hopi Shoogokos Katcina,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 375.
RC 1: 375 Misc.-Indians-Hopi, “Hopi Monster Kachina,” 8x10 photographic print.
RC 1: 376-378 Hopi, ca. 1910.
3 photographic prints. 376. Taking the elevator--377. A Tewa Maiden, c1914--378. Nampeyo making pottery. Ascribed to Karl Moon, but 376 bears the stamp, "Photo by Sumner W. Matteson."
RC 1: 376 “Taking the Elevator,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 3.5x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 377 “A Tewa Maiden,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4x6 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 378 “Nampeyo Making Pottery,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 379-383 Hopi knitting and courting, ca. 1908
by Sumner Matteson. 5 photographic prints. Mss note on vintage contact print reads, "Neg [space] B | Card #79284 || Drying hair, knitting, courting | Paid 4/29/08." Bears the stamp "Photo by Sumner W. Matteson."
RC 1: 379 “Knitting and Courting,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 3.5x5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 383.
RC 1: 380 “Knitting and Courting,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 3.5x5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 383.
RC 1: 381 “Knitting and Courting,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 6x9.5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 383.
RC 1: 382 “Knitting and Courting,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 6x9.5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 383.
RC 1: 383 “Knitting and Courting,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 384-394 Hopi maidens, ca. 1910.
11 photographic prints. Various portraits emphasizing the traditional butterfly hair style.
RC 1: 384 “Three Maidens,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 385 “A Hopi Maiden,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 386 Duplicate of RC1: 385.
RC 1: 387 “Hopi Maiden-Portrait,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 388 “Hopi Hairdresser,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 389 Duplicate of RC1: 388.
RC 1: 390 Duplicate of RC1: 388.
RC 1: 391 “Hopi Girls,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 392 “Kodeh, A Hopi Belle,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 393 “Squaw Dressing Maidens Hair,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 394 Duplicate of RC1: 393.
RC 1: 395-396 Hopi sheep herder, Siestewa-Emerson Susunkewa’s father, ca. 1910.
2 photographic prints. Possibly photographed by "Geo R King."
RC 1: 395 “Sheepherder, Hopi, Hopiland, Arizona,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x7.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 396 “Sheepherder, Hopiland, Arizona,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 397-400 Hopi portraits, female, ca. 1920.
4 photographic prints. 397. "Hopi Romeo and Juliet," 1921 / El Tovar Studio--398. Hopi maidens--399. Photographed by Arthur A. Dailey 401. Manis from Mishongovi
RC 1: 397 “Hopi, Romeo and Juliet,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, 1 Oct 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1921
RC 1: 398 “Hopi Maidens,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 399 “Hopi Woman,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 400 “Hopi Girl,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 401-404 Hopi portraits, male, ca. 1920.
5 photographic prints. 401 403. Photographed by Arthur A. Dailey (ATSF).
RC 1: 401 “Hopi Man,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 402 “Hopi Man,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 403 “Hopi Man,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 404 “A Hopi Cigarette Smoker,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 6x8 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 405-412 Hopi pottery, ca. 1920.
8 photographic prints. The two women are identified as Hon wish nu ma and Sewilmuna in accompanying press releases, but the names Mollie and Ruby Saufki, and Mollie Honani also appear on the prints in pencil. The two women are participating in a dedication ceremony for the highway linking the Grand Canyon National Park to US 89.
RC 1: 405 “Pottery Maker-Hopi Indian. Hopi Indian woman painting pottery at Hopi House, South rim of Grand Canyon,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 406 Duplicate of RC1: 405.
RC 1: 407 “Hopi Squaws with Water Jugs,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4x5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 409.
RC 1: 407a Notes to RC1: 407. Women in photograph identified as Hon-wish-nu-ma and Sewilmuna.
RC 1: 408 “Hopi Squaws with Water Jugs,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4x5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 409.
RC 1: 409 “Hopi Squaws with Water Jugs,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 photographic print.
RC 1: 410 “Hopi Squaw with Water Jug,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 4x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 411 “Hopi Squaw with Water Jug,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 412 “Hopi Squaw with Water Jug,” Misc.-Indian-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 412a Notes to RC1: 412. Woman in photograph identified as Hon-wish-nu-ma.
RC 1: 413-414 Hopi snake dance, Walpi, sand mosaic in Antelope Kiva, ca. 1920
by F. H. Maude. 2 photographic prints.
RC 1: 413 “Hopi Snake Altar,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
Restricted.
RC 1: 414 Duplicate of RC1: 413.
Restricted.
RC 1: 415-419 Hopi snake dance, ca. 1907. 5 photographic copy prints: of paintings. 415. By C. A. Burbank--418 419. By Crouse.
RC 1: 415 “Hopi Snake Dance,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 9x6.5 b/w photographic print.
Restricted.
RC 1: 416 “Moki Snake Dance at Wolpi,”Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 7x9 b/w photographic print.
Restricted.
RC 1: 417 Duplicate of RC1: 416.
Restricted.
RC 1: 418 “Hopi Snake Dance” painting by Crouse, Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
Restricted.
RC 1: 419 Duplicate of RC1: 418.
Restricted.
RC 1: 420-423 Hopi village views, ca. 1920.
4 photographic prints.420. Photographed by Arthur A. Dailey.
RC 1: 420 “Hopi Village Scene,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 421 “Street Scene in Hopi Land,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 422 Duplicate of RC1: 421.
RC 1: 423 Duplicate of RC1: 421.
RC 1: 424 Hopi weaving, ca. 1920. 1 photographic print.
RC 1: 424 “A Navajo [?] Weaver,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 425-427 Hopi wood train, ca. 1920.
3 photographic prints. 426. Bears stamp "Photo by Sumner W. Matteson."
RC 1: 425 “Hopi Wood Train,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 3x4 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 426 “Bringing in a burros train of wood to Moki Village,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 3.5x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 427 “A Hopi wood Train,” Misc.-Indians-Hopi, undated, 5.5x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 428 Isleta, baking bread, ca. 1910. 1 photographic print.
RC 1: 428 “Bread Baking,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 429-435 Isleta pottery, ca. 1910
by Karl Moon 7 photographic prints. 429. Juana Marie / blind stamp reads, "Copyright property of Karl E. Moon & Co., Albuquerque, N.M."-430. Marie Chiwiwi--433. Sunlit adobe.
RC 1: 429 “Juana Marie,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, undated, 7x5 photographic print.
RC 1: 430 “Isleta Pottery Painter,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, undated, 7.5x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 431 “Isleta Pottery Painter,” 8x10 photographic print. [Missing as of 2/16/2009]
RC 1: 432 “Isleta, 3/12/1910” 6x4 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 433 “Isleta Water Carrier,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, 6x4 b/w photographic print., 1910
RC 1: 434 Duplicate of RC1: 433.
RC 1: 435 “Isleta Water Carrier,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1910
RC 1: 436-439 Isleta portraits, female, ca. 1910.
3 photographic prints. 437. Laguna woman-438. Isleta, some possibly photographed by Karl Moon, 439 photographed by Roberg.
RC 1: 436 “Woman of Isleta,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 437 Duplicate of RC1: 436.
RC 1: 438 “Woman and Child,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 439 “Woman and Children,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 440-449 Isleta pottery: photographic prints, 1902-ca. 1915.
9 photographic prints. 440. Maria Andre and Mario Sophine, Pueblo of Isleta, N.M., c1902 / Detroit Photographic Company--441 442. Woman decorating pottery--443 449. Woman carrying a pot on her head.
RC 1: 440 “Maria Andre and Maria Sophine,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1902
RC 1: 441 “Woman Decorating Pitcher,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 442 “Woman Decorating Bowl,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 443 “Pueblo Squaw, Tesuque,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, undated, 3.5x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 444 Duplicate of RC1: 443.
RC 1: 445 Duplicate of RC1: 443.
RC 1: 446 “Pueblo Woman, A Pueblo Water Carrier Near Albuquerque, New Mexico,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, undated, 5.5x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 447 Duplicate of RC1: 446.
RC 1: 448 Duplicate of RC1: 446.
RC 1: 449 “Pueblo Woman,” Misc.-Indians-Isleta, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 450-451 Jemez Indian chanters and dancers: photographic prints.
451. “3rd from right is Juan Gauchpin, doing midnight dance.”
RC 1: 450 “Jemez Indian Chanters and Dancers,” Misc.-Indians-Jemez, undated, 2.5x4 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 451 “Jemez Indians,” Misc.-Indians-Jemez, undated, 2.5x4 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 452-454 Laguna, exterior of pueblo: photographic prints, ca. 1900
452. Capitan's house / Geo. R. King--453 454. The old garreta / Detroit Photographic Company-Detroit Publishing Company, possibly by Ben Wittick.
RC 1: 452 “Capitans House,” Misc.-Indians-Laguna, undated, 7.5x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 453 “An Old Carreta,” Misc.-Indians-San Juan, undated, 7.5x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 454 “An Old Carreta,” Misc.-Indians-San Juan, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 453.
RC 1: 455 Laguna, interior of pueblo: photographic print, ca. 1900
RC 1: 455 “Interior of Pueblo,” Misc.-Indians-San Juan, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 456-457 Laguna, Comasita-Lahti : photographic prints, c1907 by Karl Moon
RC 1: 456 “Comasita,” Misc.-Indians-Laguna, 5x7 b/w photographic print., 1907
RC 1: 457 “Comasito, 1907” Misc.-Indians-Laguna, 8x10 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 456., 1907
RC 1: 458 Laguna, Lo Lee Ta: photographic print, / by Karl Moon., ca. 1910
RC 1: 458 “Lo-Lee-Ta, Pueblo Girl of Laguna,” Misc.-Indians-Laguna, 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1910
RC 1: 459 Laguna pottery: photographic print, / by C. L. McClure. Pottery Burner, Laguna, N.M. on the Santa Fe Ry.", ca. 1900
RC 1: 459 “Burning Pottery,” Misc.-Indians-Laguna, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 460-463 Laguna women: photographic prints, ca. 1920
460. Mary Jane Waconda--461 462. Photographed by Roberg-463. Isleta.
RC 1: 460 “Laguna Indian Girl,” Misc.-Indians-Laguna, undated, 2x2 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 461 “Laguna Indian Girl,” Misc.-Indians-Laguna, undated, 2x2 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 462 “Laguna Indian Girl,” Misc.-Indians-Laguna, undated, 2x2 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 463 “A Laguna Maiden,” Misc.-Indians-Laguna, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 464-466 Mojave: Exterior scenes, Needles, California, ca. 1920
RC 1: 464 “Mohave Indians, Needles, California,” undated, 3.5x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 465 “Mohave Indians, Needles, California,” undated, 3.5x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 466 “Mohave Dwelling,” undated, 3.5x5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 467-472 Mojave: Funeral pyre, ca. 1900.
RC 1: 467 “Mohave Indians,” undated, 4x4.5 b/w photographic print. Restricted.
RC 1: 468 “Mohave Indians, Needles, California,” undated, 4x4.5 b/w photographic print. Restricted.
RC 1: 469 “Mohave Indians, Needles, California,” undated, 4x4.5 b/w photographic print. Restricted.
RC 1: 470 “Mohave Funeral Pyre,” Misc.-Indians-Mohave, undated, 4x5.5 b/w photographic print. Restricted.
RC 1: 471 “Mohave Funeral Pyre,” Misc.-Indians-Mohave, undated, 7x9.5 b/w photographic print. Restricted.
RC 1: 472 “Mohave Funeral Pyre,” Misc.-Indians-Mohave, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print of painting. Restricted.
RC 1: 473-475 Mojave: Mystic Maze [copies of paintings], ca. 1909.
3 photographic prints. Paintings by H. Betts and Berminghaus.
RC 1: 473 “Mystic Maze of the Mohave Indians”, Needles, California,” Misc.-Painting-Mohave, undated, 6x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 474 “Mystic Maze of the Mohave Indians, Needles, California,” Misc.-Paintings-Mohave, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 475 Duplicate of RC1: 474.
RC 1: 476 Mojave: Funeral, ca. 1910.
RC 1: 476 “Mohave Indians,” undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
Restricted.
RC 1: 477-486 Mojave: Portraits, 484. Photographed by C. C. Pierce & Company (Los Angeles)., ca. 1900
RC 1: 477 “Three Mohave Children, Needles, California,” undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 478 “Six Mohave Children, Needles, California,” undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 479 “Mohave Woman, Needles, California,” undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 480 “Mohave Woman, Needles, California,” undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 481 “Two Mohave Women, Needles, California,” undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 482 “Mohave Man, Needles, California,” undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 483 “Mohave Family, Needles, California,” undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 484 “Indians women of the Mohave tribe, (S. Cal.), playing a native game,” undated, 6x8 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 485 “Old Woman on Desert Street,” Misc.-Indians-Mohave, undated, 6x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 486 “Mexican Indian,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 6x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 487-491 Native Americans: Photographs by Karl Moon, ca. 1910.
487. Desert dawn, c1907--488. On the way to the trading post--489. A pool by the trail--490. In the Indian country = Awaiting the signal: To illustrate The End of the Trail--491. The meeting place: To illustrate The End of the Trail.
RC 1: 487 “Indians on Horseback,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 488 “On the Way to the Trading Post,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 7x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 489 “A Pool by the Trail,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 490 “In The Indian Country--Awaiting the Signal,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print. To illustrate “The End of the Trail,” Chapters I or III.
RC 1: 491 “The Meeting Place--The New Mexican desert in the nighttime: the silence is not the peaceful stillness that comes with nightfall in settled regions, but the mysterious, uncanny hush that hangs over other ancient and deserted lands,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8.5x10 b/w photographic print. To illustrate “The End of the Trail,” Chapter II.
RC 1: 492-494 Native Americans: copies of paintings, ca. 1910.
3 photographic copy prints. 492. The Indian Chief and the Chief / Villa. [Native American on horseback riding along side a Santa Fe passenger train]--493 494. Return of the War Party (Couse).
RC 1: 492 “Indian Chief and the Chief,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 6.5x8.5 b/w photographic print. Photo of painting by Villa.
RC 1: 493 “Return of the War Party (Couse),” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 7.5x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 494 Duplicate of RC1: 493.
RC 1: 495 Navajo: family, / Arthur A. Dailey., ca. 1920
RC 1: 495 “Navajo Family Eating a Meal,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 496 Navajo: gambling, ca. 1910.
RC 1: 496 “Navajo Gambling,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 7x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 497-501 Navajo: Horses, ca. 1920.
501. Photographed by Karl Moon.
RC 1: 497 “Mounted Navajo,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 498 “Navajo Rider Silhouetted,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 499 “Navajo Herd Boy,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 500 “Navajo Herd Boy,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 501 “Navajo Sheep Herder on Horse,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 7x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 502 Navajo burros = Navajo at the River, ca. 1910.
RC 1: 502 “Navajo at the River,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 3.5x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 503a-503b Navajo
Navajos moving camp [copy of painting], 1901 / by F. P. Sauerwen. 2 photographic copy prints.
RC 1: 503 “Navahos Moving Camp,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 7x9 b/w photographic print of painting.
RC 1: 503B Duplicate of RC1: 503.
RC 1: 503C Duplicate of RC1: 503.
RC 1: 504 Navajo: Coolidge, New Mexico, 1888. Two Navajo on horseback in the street, with the storefronts of the Pearl Saloon and a general merchandise store in the background.
RC 1: 504 “Coolidge, N.M.,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, 5x8 b/w photographic print., 1888
RC 1: 505-507 Navajo: portraits, family, ca. 1920.
RC 1: 505 “A Proud Navajo Mother,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 3x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 506 “Navajo Mother and Child,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 507 “Navajo Indian Family,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 508-511 Navajo: Portraits: Female, ca. 1910.
RC 1: 508 “Two Navajo Girls,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 509 “An Arizona Squall,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, copyright 7x8.5 b/w photographic print of painting., 1911
RC 1: 510 “Navajo Mother and Papoose,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 511 “Navajo Bride Fetching Water,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 7.5x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 512-513b Navajo: Elle of Ganado, ., 1903-1907
513. Attributed to Karl Moon.
RC 1: 512 “Elle Spinning Wool Outside Hogan,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 513 “Woman with Child,” undated, 9x11 photo tint photographic print.
RC 1: 513B “Woman with Weaving--The President Honorary Membership card, Commercial Club. Albuquerque, May 5, 1903” copyright 9x11 b/w photographic print., 1903
RC 1: 514-515 Navajo: Silversmiths, ca. 1920.
RC 1: 514 “Navajo Silversmith,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 515 “Navajo Silversmith,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 516-517 Navajo: Indian Work Room, Indian Building, Albuquerque [copy of painting], / [by] H. H. Betts., ca. 1900
RC 1: 516 “Indian Work Room,” Indian Bldg., Albuquerque, N.M.,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 7x9.5 b/w photographic print. Markings on back include: 13957 H1929 N-7; 219; “In the Indian Bldg. Etc. are a number of Navahos.” “Indian workroom at Albuquerque.” Slightly different image between RC1:516 and RC1:517 (i.e., clouds more pronounced in RC1:516).
RC 1: 517 “Indian Work Room,” Indian Bldg., Albuquerque, N.M.,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 7.25x9.5 b/w photographic print. Markings on back include: N-7; 3; 41; V9133K; “Indian workroom at Albuq Ind Bldg;” “Copy by Fred Harvey.” Slightly different image between RC1:516 and RC1:517 (i.e., clouds more pronounced in RC1:516)., 1909
RC 1: 518-522 Navajo: Photographs by Karl Moon, . 518. Pedrite, c1906--521. Pedrite (Pedro Begay)--522. Tom of Ganado, c1906., 1905 1906
RC 1: 518 “Pedrite, A Navajo,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, copyright 4x6 photo tint photographic print., 1906
RC 1: 519 “Navajo Boy,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 4.5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 520 “Navajo,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, 3x7.5 b/w photographic print., 1905
RC 1: 521 “Pedrite (Pedro Begay),” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 522 “Tom of Ganado,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, copyright 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1906
RC 1: 523-525 Navajo: Hogans, ca. 1910. 525. Elle spinning wool.
RC 1: 523 “A Hogan on the Desert,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, 5x7 b/w photographic print., 1923
RC 1: 524 “On the Reservation,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 525 “Elle Spinning Wool,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 526-528 Plains: Portraits of two men, / by Arthur A. Dailey., ca. 1920
RC 1: 526 “Indian Man,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 527 “Taos Indian,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 528 Duplicate of RC1: 527.
RC 1: 529-530 Pueblo: Dance, ca. 1920.
529. Photographed by Arthur A. Dailey--530. Jemez, photograph by the New Mexico State Tourist Bureau.
RC 1: 529 “Hoop Dancer,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 530 “Indians Dance-Pueblo,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 531 Pueblo: Mule, / [photographed by] Arthur A. Dailey., ca. 1920
RC 1: 531 “Boy on Burro,” undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 532-536 Pueblo: Portraits, ca. 1910.
532. Ditch clearing dance, Cochiti--533. Photographed by Arthur A. Dailey--534. “Old Man Potato”, photographed by A. A. Daily--535. Tewa maiden, c1914--536. Bride and groom.
RC 1: 532“Ditch Clearing Dance-New Mexico Pueblo,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 6x8 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 533 “Navajo Indian,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 534 “Indian Man,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 535 “A Tewa Maiden,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 536 “Indian Bridal Party,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 6.5x8.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 537-538 Pueblo: Cochiti Chief: copy of painting, / [by] Burgdorff., ca. 1910
RC 1: 537 “Cochiti Chief,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print of painting by Ferdinand Burdorff., 1908
RC 1: 538 Duplicate of RC1: 537.
RC 1: 539-542 Pueblo: Photographs by Karl Moon, ca. 1910.
RC 1: 539 “Pueblo Boy,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 3x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 540 “Pueblo Boy,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 7x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 541 “Pueblo Boy,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 542 Duplicate of RC1: 542.
RC 1: 543-547 Pueblo: Villages, ca. 1920.
544. Photographed by Arthur A. Dailey--547. Photographed by Arthur A. Dailey.
RC1: 543 “Village,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 544 “Village,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 545 “Village,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 546 “Village,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 547 “Village,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 548-552 San Ildefonso: Ceremonies, ca. 1920
Photographed by the New Mexico State Tourist Bureau. 548, Abel Sanchez-far left, 3 from left, Julian Martinez, 3 from right, Anselmo Martinez, left 4 from left, Mike Martinez, far right, Nana Tsireh--549. Buffalo dance, Tesuque, singers: left, Jose Pino, middle, Benino Duran, 3 from left, Juan Pino, Dancers: last man, Ben Suazo--550 551. Comanche Dance as performed on fiesta day.
RC1: 548 “Indian Dance at Pueblo,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 549 “Buffalo Dance,” Misc.-Indians-San Ildefonso, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 550 “Comanche Dance as Performed on Fiesta Day,” Misc.-Indians-San Ildefonso, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 551 “Comanche Dance as Performed on Fiesta Day,” Misc.-Indians-San Ildefonso, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 552 “Comanche Dance as Performed on Fiesta Day,” Misc.-Indians-San Ildefonso, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 553 San Ildefonso: Kiva, ca. 1920.
RC1: 553 “Village (Kiva at San Ildefonso?),” Misc.-Indians-San Ildefonso, undated, 4x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 554-555 San Ildefonso: Maria Martinez: Making pots, ca. 1920.
555. Photographed by the New Mexico State Tourist Bureau, Wyatt Davis (Santa Fe).
RC1: 554 “Maria Making Pottery,” Misc.-Indians-San Ildefonso, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 555 “Maria Working Pottery,” Misc.-Indians-San Ildefonso, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 556-562 San Juan: Photographs by Karl Moon, ca. 1910.
558 559. Clo wee ta, c1910--560. At the bridge = Water carrier.
RC1: 556 “San Juan Pueblo,” Misc.-Indians-San Juan, undated, 4x5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 557 Duplicate of RC1: 556.
RC1: 558 “Little Clo-Wee-Ta,” Misc.-Indians-San Juan, undated, 3.5x4.5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 559.
RC1: 559 “Little Clo-Wee-Ta,” Misc.-Indians-San Juan, copyright 4x6 b/w photographic print., 1910
RC1: 560 “Water Carrier at the Bridge,” Misc.-Indians-San Juan, 5x7 b/w photographic print., 1910
RC1: 561 “At the Bridge,” Misc.-Indians-San Juan, 1910l 4x6 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 562 Duplicate of RC1: 561.
RC 1: 563-564 San Juan: Governor, ca. 1910
Photographed by Karl Moon. 563. Tsan-Pin-564. See back of dupe.
RC1: 563 “San Juan Governor,” copyright 4x6 b/w photographic print., 1910
RC1: 564 “Governor of San Juan,” Misc.-Indians-San Juan, copyright 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1910
RC 1: 565-567 San Juan: Portraits: Female, ca. 1920.
565. Clara Cruz --566. Clara--567. Photographed by Padilla Studios (Los Angeles).
RC1: 565 “Woman of San Juan,” Misc.-Indians-San Juan, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 566 “San Juan Women and Children,” Misc.-Indians-San Juan, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 567 “San Juan Woman,” Misc.-Indians-San Juan, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 568 Santa Clara: Indian child, / Edward Kemp, photographer., ca. 1920
RC1: 568 “Santa Clara Indian Child,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Clara, undated, 6.5x8.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 569-570 Santa Clara: Indian Detours, / Edward Kemp, photographer., 1926
RC1: 569 “Detourists at Santa Clara,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Clara, 6.5x8.5 b/w photographic print., 1926
RC1: 570 “Detour Party in Santa Clara,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Clara, 6.5x8.5 b/w photographic print., 1926
RC1: 570a “Detour Party in Santa Clara,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Clara, 7x5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 570., 1926
RC 1: 571 Santo Domingo: Clown in the harvest dance, ca. 1900. (Most likely Navajo)
RC1: 571 “Dancer in Costume,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Clara, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 572-579 Santo Domingo: Corn dance, ca. 1900
RC1: 572 “Corn Dance,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 6x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 573 “Corn Dance with Spectators,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 6x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 574 “Pueblo Indian in Corn Dance,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 6x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 575 “Harvest Dancers in Corn Dance Costumes,” Misc.-Paintings-Santa Domingo, undated, 6x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 576 Duplicate of RC1: 575.
RC1: 577 Duplicate of RC1: 575.
RC1: 578 Duplicate of RC1: 575.
RC1: 579 Duplicate of RC1: 575.
RC 1: 580 Santo Domingo: Indian Detours, / Edward H. Kemp, photographer., 1926
RC1: 580 “Detour Bus in Santa Domingo,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 6.5x8.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 581-585 Santo Domingo: Portraits, ca. 1910.
RC1: 581 “A Pueblo Brave,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 3x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 582 “Woman at Trading Post,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 4x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 583 “Santa Domingo Girls,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 3x5.5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 585.
RC1: 584 Duplicate of RC1: 585.
RC1: 585 “Santa Domingo Girls,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 6x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 586-587 Santo Domingo: Religious procession, c1908.
RC1: 586 “Religious Procession,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 3x5.5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 587.
RC1: 587 “Religious Procession,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 588 Santo Domingo: Basket seller, ca. 1900. Photograph attributed to Karl Moon.
RC1: 588 “Pueblo Basket Seller,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 4.5x6 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 589-601 Santo Domingo: Karl Moon, c1907.
591. Santiago--592. An Indian Sampson (Santiago)--593. Santiago, c1912--594 596. Peddler.
RC1: 589 “Portrait of a Brave,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 4x5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 590 Duplicate of RC1: 589.
RC1: 591 “Santiago,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 592 “An Indian Sampson (Santiago),” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 593 “Santiago, A Santa Domingo Indian,” copyright 1912. 5x7.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 594 “Santa Domingo Peddler,” Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 3x4.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 595 “Santa Domingo Peddler,” Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 594.
RC1: 596 “Santa Domingo Peddler,” undated, 5x7.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 597 “Santo Domingo Man,” Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 598 Duplicate of RC1: 597.
RC1: 599 “Portrait of a Warrior,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 3.5x5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 600 “An Indian Sampson-Portrait,” Misc.-Indians-Santa Domingo, undated, 6.5x8 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 601 Duplicate of RC1: 600.
RC 1: 602-604 Navajo: Weaving, ca. 1920.
602. Elle of Ganado--604. Elle of Ganado with child, near South Rim of the Grand Canyon.
RC1: 602 “Navajo Weaver,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 603 “Navajo Weaver & Child,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 604 “Navajo Blanket Weaver (Elle of Ganado)-near South Rim, Grand Canyon,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 605-611 Navajo: Horses, ca. 1920.
RC1: 605 “Taos Indian on Horseback,” Misc.-Indians-Navajo, undated, 3x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 606 “Taos Indian on Horseback,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 607 Duplicate of RC1: 606.
RC1: 608 “Taos Indian on Horseback,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 609 “Pueblo Hunters on Ponies,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 6.5x9 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 610 Duplicate of RC1: 609.
RC1: 611 “Pueblo Hunters on Ponies (painted on photographic),” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 6.5x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 612 Taos: "Before the dance: A Taos flute boy," / [by] Karl Moon., ca. 1905
RC1: 612 “A Taos Flute Boy,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 7x9 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 613 Taos: "An American Arab," / [by] Karl Moon. (Romero), ca. 1905
RC1: 613 “An American Arab,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, 7x9.5 b/w photographic print., 1908
RC 1: 614-615 Taos: "At the Ford: Taos, N.M.," / [by] Karl Moon., ca. 1905
RC1: 614 “At the Ford,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 7x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 615 Duplicate of RC1: 614.
RC 1: 616 Taos: "A typical Taos maiden," / [by] Karl Moon., ca. 1905
RC1: 616 “A Typical Taos Maiden,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 617 “Billy Buckskin, Young Taos Boy” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 618 Taos: "Concho: typical Taos Indian boy," c1898 / [by] Karl Moon.
RC1: 618 “Concho, Typical Taos Indian Boy” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 619 Taos: "Francisco," / [by] Karl Moon., ca. 1900
RC1: 619 “Francisco, Taos Indian” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 620 Taos: "Indians lope by astride of spotted ponies: to illustrate The End of the Trail," / by Karl Moon., ca. 1920
RC1: 620 “Indians Lope by Astride of Spotted Ponies,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 621 Taos: "The Guide: Taos Mountains in background," / [by] Karl Moon., ca. 1900
RC1: 621 “The Guide,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 622-630 Taos: Portraits, ca. 1920.
622. Jim Trujillo, photography by Roberg-623. Carrey Reyna-628. Man on left, Pat Concha and parents-629. Singer is Bobby Lujan’s grandfather--630. Frank Martinez?(wearing NE clothing), photography by Arthur A. Dailey.
RC1: 622 “Taos Indian Boy,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 2x2 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 623 “Girl of Taos,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 3x5.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 624 Duplicate of RC1: 623.
RC1: 625 Duplicate of RC1: 623.
RC1: 626 Duplicate of RC1: 623.
RC1: 627 Duplicate of RC1: 623.
RC1: 628 “Indians at Pueblo,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 629 “Young Dancer,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 630 “Man Drumming,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 631 Taos: Portraits, ca. 1900. “A Taos Boy," possibly by Karl Moon.
RC1: 631 “A Taos Boy,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 6.5x10.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 632-634 Taos: Turtle Dance. b/w copy photographs of a painting.
RC1: 632 “Turtle Dance,” Misc.-Indians-Taos, undated, 6.5x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 633 Duplicate of RC1: 632.
RC1: 634 Duplicate of RC1: 632.
RC 1: 635-637 Tesuque: Baking bread, ca. 1920.
RC1: 635 “Baking Bread, Pueblo of Tesuque” Misc.-Indians-Tesuque, undated, 3.5x6 b/w photographic print. Duplicate of RC1: 636.
RC1: 636 “Baking Bread, Pueblo of Tesuque” Misc.-Indians-Tesuque, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 637 Duplicate of RC1: 636.
RC 1: 638-639 Tesuque: Black Beard ceremony, ca. 1900. B/w copy photograph of a painting.
RC1: 638 “Black Bread Ceremony, Pueblo of Tewa, Arizona,” Misc.-Paintings-Indians, undated, 5x8 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 639 Duplicate of RC1: 638.
RC 1: 640 Tesuque: Basilio Herrera, ca. 1920. “In full dress for the Indian dances at Tesuque Pueblo … The ladder on which Basilio sits is the means of ascending to the upper stories… "
RC1: 640 “Basilio Herrera in Full Dress for Dance,” Misc.-Indians-Tesuque, undated, 8x10 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 640a Typewritten note with details on “Basilio Herrera in Full Dress for Dance,” undated.
RC 1: 641-642 Tesuque: Woman making rain gods, ca. 1900.
Scope note: Identified as Anastacia Vigil by Tessie Naranjo during interviews for the Fred Harvey exhibition, 1995.
RC1: 641 “Woman Making Rain Gods,” Misc.-Indians-Tesuque, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print. Anastacia Vigil, attrib. by Tessie Naranjo, 1995
RC1: 642 “Woman Making Rain Gods,” Misc.-Indians-Tesuque, undated, 4.5x6.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 643 Tesuque: Meh-meh Tsireh, shoemaker, ca. 1900.
RC1: 643 “Tesuque Shoemaker,” Misc.-Indians-Tesuque, undated, 4.5x7.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 644-646 Tohono O'odham, ca. 1910.
Putnam & Valentine. 644. Wood carrier--645. Girls at well--646. Girls at well [alternate view].
RC1: 644 “Papago Indian Woman Wood Carrier,” Misc.-Indians-Papago, undated, 7.5x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 645 “Papago Indian Girls At Well,” Misc.-Indians-Papago, undated, 7.5x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 646 “Papago Indian Girls At Well,” Misc.-Indians-Papago, undated, 7.5x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 647 Ute: Portraits, ca. 1910. “Ute chief in war bonnet," hand colored chromolithograph.
RC1: 647 “Ute Chief in War Bonnet,” Misc.-Indians-Ute, undated, 3.5x7 color chromolithograph.
RC 1: 648-649 Yuma: portraits, ca. 1910.
Putnam & Valentine. 648. "Yuma Indian chief's house," family posed on porch of stick and adobe structure-649. Group portrait of boy and two girls with face markings.
RC1: 648 “Indian Chiefs House,” Misc.-Indians-Yuma, undated, 6x8 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 649 “Yuma Indians,” Misc.-Indians-Yuma, undated, 7.5x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 650-652 Yuma: card game, ca. 1900.
Black and white copy photograph of a painting or heavy mocked up photograph.
RC1: 650 “Playing cards,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 6x9.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 651 Duplicate of RC1: 650.
RC1: 652 Duplicate of RC1: 650.
RC 1: 653-654 Zuni: Portraits, ca. 1920.
653. Photographed by Roberg--654. "Pueblo girl weaving a sash": black and white copy photograph of a painting.
RC1: 653 “Zuni Indian Girl,” Misc.-Indians-Zuni, undated, 2x2.5 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 654 “Pueblo Girl Weaving a Sash,” Misc.-Indians-Unidentified, undated, 4.5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC 1: 655-658 Zuni: Ceremonies, ca. 1900. 655. "Holding a tortoise shell & antelope toe rattle, and Saiatashi Tihiwior doll"--656 657. "Masked Zuni dancer."
RC1: 655 “Masked Zuni Dancer Holding a Tortoise Shell and Antelope Toe Rattle, and Saiatashi Tihiwior Doll,” Misc.-Indians-Zuni, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 656 “Masked Zuni Dancer,” Misc.-Indians-Zuni, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 657 Duplicate of RC1: 656.
RC1: 658 Duplicate of RC1: 656.
RC 1: 659-660 Zuni: Zuni Dick (Tsona ha), ca. 1920. “Drilling wampum beads."
RC1: 659 “Ts’ena Drilling Wampum Beads,” Misc.-Indians-Zuni, undated, 5x7 b/w photographic print.
RC1: 660 Duplicate of RC1: 659.
RC 1: 661-662 Zuni: "After the Storm at Sunset: Near the Indian Village of Zuni," / by Karl Moon., ca. 1910
RC1: 661 “Sunset on the Mesa After the Storm, Near the Indian Village of Zuni,” copyright 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1910
RC1: 662 “Sunset on the Mesa After the Storm, Near the Indian Village of Zuni,” copyright 8x10 b/w photographic print., 1910
RC 1: 663-670 Fred Harvey Postcards, ca. 1910.
RC 1: 663 “Looking across the Canyon from Cape Horn, Grand Canyon, Arizona,” undated, 5.5x3.5 color postcard.
RC 1: 664 “Near Hopi Point, Grand Canyon, Arizona, undated, 5.5x3.5 color postcard.
RC 1: 665 “Petrified Forest, Arizona,” undated, 5.5x3.5 color postcard.
RC 1: 666 “Pueblo of Isleta, New Mexico Showing Church in Distance,” undated, 5.5x3.5 color postcard.
RC 1: 667 “Pueblo of Laguna, New Mexico,” undated, 5.5x3.5 color postcard.
RC 1: 668 “Shipaulovi from Mishongnovi, Arizona,” undated, 5.5x3.5 color postcard.
RC 1: 669 “Old Indian Woman,” undated, 5.5x3.5 color postcard.
RC 1: 670 “Hopi Snake Dance, Arizona,” undated, 5.5x3.5 color postcard.
Restricted.