Photographs of Arizona, Nebraska, New Mexico, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, and South Dakota
Photographs of the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation comprise views of communities including Allen, Kyle, Manderson, Oglala, Pine Ridge, Porcupine, Potato Creek, and Wounded Knee. Many of the landscape images document trailers, homes, and other buildings in winter. Portraits of individuals include members of the White Mouse family as well as female prisoners at the Adult Offenders Facility operated by the Oglala Sioux Tribe Department of Corrections.
Photographs of sites in Arizona include a view of a weathered United States flag at the Navajo Military Graveyard in Window Rock and a landscape at Homolovi State Park.
Photographs of sites in Nebraska and New Mexico consist of single images for each. These include building with graffiti in Whiteclay, Nebraska, and view of missiles at the White Sands Missile Museum in White Sands, New Mexico.
Photographs of South Dakota consist of a few views of buildings and a landscape in Scenic.
Signed, titled, and dated by the photographer on versos of prints.
- Willis, John, 1957- (Photographer)
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18.34 Linear Feet (11 boxes)
John Willis (born 1957)
- Allen (S.D.) -- Pictorial works
- Arizona -- Pictorial works
- Homolovi State Park (Ariz.) -- Pictorial works
- Indians of North America -- South Dakota -- Pine Ridge Indian Reservation -- Pictorial works
- Indians of North America -- South Dakota -- Pine Ridge Indian Reservation -- Portraits
- Inkjet prints
- Kyle (S.D.) -- Pictorial works
- Manderson (S.D.) -- Pictorial works
- Navajo Nation, Arizona, New Mexico & Utah -- Pictorial works
- Nebraska -- Pictorial works
- New Mexico -- Pictorial works
- Oglala (S.D.) -- Pictorial works
- Oglala Indians -- Portraits
- Oglala Sioux Tribe -- Pictorial works
- Pine Ridge (S.D.) -- Pictorial works
- Pine Ridge Indian Reservation (S.D.) -- Pictorial works
- Porcupine (S.D.) -- Pictorial works
- Potato Creek (S.D.) -- Pictorial works
- Prisoners -- South Dakota -- Pine Ridge Indian Reservation -- Portraits
- Public housing -- United States -- Pictorial works
- Saguaro National Park (Ariz.) -- Pictorial works
- Scenic (S.D. : Township) -- Pictorial works
- South Dakota -- Pictorial works
- Sturlaugson, Brent (Associated name)
- Whiteclay (Neb.) -- Pictorial works
- Wounded Knee (S.D.) -- Pictorial works
- Guide to the John Willis Photographs of Arizona, Nebraska, New Mexico, Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, and South Dakota
- Matthew Daniel Mason
- February 2019
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- Finding aid written in English.
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