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Elizabeth Willis DeHuff Collection of American Indian Art

 Collection
Call Number: WA MSS S-150
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[Navajo couples dance]

Unidentified. [Navajo couples dance]. #150, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 13: Series 1 [39002075170135], Folder: 165
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo woman feeding dogs]

Unidentified. [Navajo woman feeding dogs]. #151, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 166
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo man picking plants accompanied by black horse]

Unidentified. [Navajo man picking plants accompanied by black horse]. #152, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 167
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo men and women seated indoors]

Unidentified. [Navajo men and women seated indoors]. #153, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 168
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo men seated indoors with shoes]

Unidentified. [Navajo men seated indoors with shoes]. #154, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 169
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo women cooking]

Unidentified. [Navajo women cooking]. #155, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 170
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo family eating under awning]

Unidentified. [Navajo family eating under awning]. #156, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 171
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo men chasing after woman]

Unidentified. [Navajo men chasing after woman]. # 157, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 172
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo women playing game with stones]

Unidentified. [Navajo women playing game with stones]. #158, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 173
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Five Indian religious figures]

Unidentified. [Five Indian religious figures]. #159, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 174
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo woman washing man's hair]

Unidentified. [Navajo woman washing man's hair]. #160, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 175
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo group sleeping inside]

Unidentified. [Navajo group sleeping inside]. # 161, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 176
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo woman hitching horses to a wagon]

Unidentified.[Navajo woman hitching horses to a wagon]. # 162, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 177
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo sheep farm]

Unidentified. [Navajo sheep farm]. #163, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 178
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I

Unidentified. [Navajo feast]. #189, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 179
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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[Navajo wagon train camped]

Unidentified. [Navajo wagon train camped]. #190, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 14: Series 1 [39002075170143], Folder: 180
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
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Shalako figures are about 10 ft. or 12 ft. tall and are carried and manipulated. Their beaks can snap open and shut

Calabaza, Gonzalio. "Shalako figures are about 10 ft. or 12 ft. tall and are carried and manipulated. Their beaks can snap open and shut." #192, 1923

 Part of Collection — Box 15: Series 1 [39002075170150], Folder: 181
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
Scope and Contents: On verso: "Gonzalio Calabaza, painter, 6th grade by 1923. Santa Fe, New Mexico / Property of J. D. Dehuff, Government Indian School, Santa Fe, N. M."
Dates: 1923
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Warriors dancing the War Dance

Calabaza, Gonzalio. "Warriors dancing the War Dance." #193, 1923

 Part of Collection — Box 15: Series 1 [39002075170150], Folder: 182
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
Scope and Contents: On verso, in ink: "Property of Gonzalio Calabaza, a boy from Santo Domingo Pueblo." In pencil: "Pardon the soiled condition. He had the picture pinned up in his dormitory room."
Dates: 1923
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[Two hands destroying, one with lightining and one with a cannon]

Herrera, Velino Shije (Ma Pe Wi). [Two hands destroying, one with lightining and one with a cannon].#194, Undated

 Part of Collection — Box 15: Series 1 [39002075170150], Folder: 183
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
Scope and Contents: Annotated in pencil
Dates: Undated

Martinez, Miguel (Wich-[cheerg?]-ka-ri). "Ah-van-yohs." #197, 1923

 Part of Collection — Box 15: Series 1 [39002075170150], Folder: 184
Call Number: WA MSS S-150, Series I
Scope and Contents: On verso: "The copy of a painting from the kiva wall. These two water snakes called "Ah-van-yohs" bring the rains. They lash up clouds out of the bodies of water with their tails and make rain fall from those clouds with their lightning tongues. The center design is all symbolic of the world and fertility."
Dates: 1923