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Indian work room, Albuquerque, New Mexico, circa 1907-1914

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Alternate title:Indian work room at Albuquerque, New Mexico
Summary:Indian work room, Albuquerque, New Mexico, circa 1907-1914. Caption reads: "In the Indian Building at Albuqerque are a number of Navahos spinning and dyeing wool, weaving blankets, and making silver ornaments with their crude tools. Among them is Elle, the most famous weaver among the Navahos, and Tom of Ganado, her husband, and Indians from other tribes - Santo Domingo, Isleta, Laguna and San Felipi, are lounging around in their picturesque costumes. Albuquerque is the chief city of New Mexico in size and commercial importance. Altitude 4950 feet; population about 8000." Postcard number: 13957.
Provider:Detroit Publishing Co.
Fred Harvey
Printing place:North America
United States of America
Place of origin – Continent:North America
Place of origin – Country:United States of America
Temporal subject: 1901-1910
Geographical subject – Continent:North America
Geographical subject – Country:United States of America
Geographical subject – Region:New Mexico
Geographical subject – Settlement:Albuquerque
Topical subjects:Weaving
ArchivesUM location:National Trust Library Postcard Collection
Repository:National Trust for Historic Preservation Library Collection
Browse terms:Architecture, Landscape, Historic Places
Copyright holder:Public Domain
Collection:National Trust Library Historic Postcard Collection
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