Arizona, Gates Party, Navaho's : photograph album, 1901.

Vroman, A. C. (Adam Clark), 1856-1916 [Browse]
Visual material
1 v. ; 23 x 28 cm.


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Summary note
Photograph album, being volume 11 of a larger set of photographs taken by A. C. Vroman and compiled and captioned by him. This volume contains photographs of Adam C. Vroman's portraits and genre studies in Arizona, entitled "Arizona | Gates Party | Navaho's." It contains 100 platinum print (plainotype) photographs of Navajo Indians, Navajo towns and camps, and excavation sites in Arizona, including Keam's Canyon and the Jeddito Valley. The sites are featured as encountered by the Museum-Gates Expedition (1901) consisting of Peter Goddard Gates, a California philanthropist, and Dr. Walter Hough of the United States National Museum. A.C. Vroman was the official photographer of that expedition. The photographs (either 21 x 15.5 cm. or 15 x 19.5 cm.) are numbered 1100-1199 and each leaf features a manuscript caption in English.
Title from cover.
Binding note
Morocco binding, gilt stamped.
Language note
Captions in English.
Source acquisition
Acc. no. AM 2003-85.
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