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Frederich H. Maude fonds With digital objects
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A Zuni Man, N.M.

Photograph of a Zuni (A:shiwi) man wearing a blanket in front of a wall, likely taken in Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico

A Zunian Returning from the Chase

Photograph of a Zuni (A:shiwi) man on what apperas to be a donkey that Maude has identified as returning from a hunging trip. The photograph was likely taken in Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico.

At San Lorenzo, N.M.

Photograph depicts two rounded structures, next to a fence, with a figure seated close by in what Maude has identified as San Lorenzo, New Mexico.

Child and baby

Photograph depicts a child wearing a baby on her back and wrapped in a blanket, likely taken somewhere in Arizona.

Children

Photograph depicts a group of children on a cliffside, somewhere in the American Southwest (likely Arizona).

Donkeys

Photograph depicts three donkeys in a rocky landscape, somewhere in the American Southwest.

Edward

Photograph depicts who Maude refers to as Edward, Maude's guide and interpreter in Arizona.

El Morro

Photograph depicts the base of a rock formation, with grass and trees, which Maude has identified as El Morro. He is likely referring to the El Morro National Monument, a great standstone promontory. The site is known as A'ts'ina ("place of writing on the rock" in Zuni) or Inscription Rock because of inscriptions that travellers have left on the rocks for several centuries.

El Morro or Inscription Rock, N.M.

Photograph depicts a rock formation, taken from below, which Maude has identified as El Morro or Inscription Rock. He is likely referring to the El Morro National Monument, a great standstone promontory. The site is known as A'ts'ina ("place of writing on the rock" in Zuni).

El Morro or Inscription Rock, N.M.

Photograph depicts a large rock formation, taken from below and at a distance, which Maude has identified as El Morro or Inscription Rock. He is likely referring to the El Morro National Monument, a great standstone promontory. The site is known as A'ts'ina ("place of writing on the rock" in Zuni).

Group of men in a Hogan

Photograph depicts a group of three men, in what appears to be a hogan made out of branches and trunks. The hogan is the sacred home structure of the Navajo.

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