This large collection (126,000+ digital images) includes thousands of portraits of women and girls, as well as numerous relevant subcollections. Two small collections feature services that the Woman's Christian Association of Minneapolis provided...
American Red Cross; Clothing and dress; Girls; Indians of North America; Off-reservation boarding schools; Telephone operators; Women; World War, 1914-1918; World War, 1939-1945
This collection includes typescripts of interviews with thousands of Oklahomans conducted during the 1930s. Topics covered include the settlement of Oklahoma and Indian territories, living conditions, and daily life.
Indians of North America; Pioneers; Social life and customs; Women
Highlights include pottery and tools from the Rio Grande Classic Period (1325-1600), "Contemporary Pueblo" pottery by Maria Martinez and other artists, and Pablita Velarde's paintings from the 1930s and 1940s that have helped visitors understand...
Historic sites; Indian women -- North America; Women artists; Women potters
Helga Teiwes began documenting Hopi basket weavers in the early 1990s. This work culminated in the publication of Hopi Basket Weaving, Artistry in Natural Fibers (University of Arizona Press, 1996). The photographs in this collection illustrate...
Basket Making; Basket Makers; Hopi women; Indians of North America
United States -- Arizona
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