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Frederich H. Maude fonds

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  • [189-?], 1977

Fonds consists of 71 black and white photographs of the Hopi, the Zuni, and Inscription Rock. The fonds is divided into threes series: Donation Letter (1977), Hopi Images [189-?], and Zuni and Inscription Rock Images [189-?].

Frederich H. Maude

Donation letter

Series consists of a letter written by May Ashurrtt to Museum Director Michael Ames on October 31, 1977. The letter provides details of the donated photographs and the life of Frederich H. Maude, the photographer.

Moencofore

Photograph of two Hopi women (whom Maude identifies using the outdated term Moki) weaving a manta.

Hopi

Photograph of a group of Hopi women (whom Maude identifies using the outdated term Moki) baking pottery at Orau (?).

Donkeys

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

Navajo Hogan

Photograph depicts a Hogan in Arizona made out of branches and logs with a group of people in front. The hogan is the sacred home structure of the Navajo.

Oraibi Terrace Houses

Photograph depicts terrace houses at Oraibi, a Hopi village in Arizona. The photograph shows a corner along with the entrance to the estufa, or underground room.

Children

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

When shall we three meet again

Photograph depicts two donkeys, which Maude describes as patient burros, taken somewhere in the American Southwest, likely in Arizona. Maude has playfully captioned the image.

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.

Woman weaving

Photograph depicts a woman weaving at a loom taken somewhere in the American Southwest, likely in Arizona.

Edward

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

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