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[Southwestern American Indian hand-colored prints collection][Decimalized .01-.07]

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09883 Author/Creator: Place Written: Type: Header Record Date: circa 1940s Pagination: 7 prints

Summary of Content: Collection of seven hand-colored prints related to American Indians located in the Arizona and New Mexico dated approximately 1940s. Selected images have identified people as part of the Hopi and Tesuque Pueblo tribe.

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Historical Era: 1945 to the Present

Subjects: American IndiansNew MexicoHopi architectureHopi IndiansArizonaPueblo architectureTesuque Pueblo IndiansChildren and Family

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