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Subject matter includes southwestern landscapes, still lifes, and Native American cultures.
There is an extensive file of Native American art: pottery, baskets, jewelry, textiles, sculptures, sandpaintings, and kachina carvings. It also includes many examples of rare prehistoric artifacts and ancient Indian dwellings.

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This list represents the major portion of the files; however, there are other subjects.

Southwest Landscapes & Lifestyles
Many photos of Arizona, Colorado, and New Mexico.  Some of southern Utah, Wyoming, West Texas Panhandle, central and southern Kansas, and other areas.

Deserts:  Sunsets and sunrises, mountains and canyons, cactus and other desert vegetation.  All seasons represented.

Mountains & High Country:  Forests, lakes, streams, and waterfalls.  All seasons.  White Mountains, Mogollon Rim, and Flagstaff, Arizona; the Rocky Mountains of southwest Colorado; the Sangre de Cristo, Jemez, and Sandia Mountains of New Mexico and others.

Wildflowers:  Cactus blossoms and native wildflowers; close-up and fields of flowers from both desert and mountain regions.

Ranching:  Cowboys, trail drives, roping, and branding.

Ghost Towns & Old Mines:  Overviews, studies of old buildings and mining structures, and detailed still lifes of mining artifacts.

Historic Towns:  Many towns including Jerome, Oatman, and Pearce, Arizona; Durango, Silverton, Ouray, and Telluride, Colorado.

Rivers, Dams & Lakes:  The Pecos River and Rio Grande Valley north from Albuquerque, New Mexico; Dolores and Animas Rivers of Colorado, dams along the Colorado and Salt Rivers of Arizona.

Lake Powell:  Landscapes, houseboating, fishing, water skiing.

Grand Canyon:  Overviews and the inner canyon; the Colorado River through the Canyon; white water rafting, hiking, camping.

Including, but not limited to, the following:

Arizona:  Canyon de Chelly, Tonto, Casa Grande, Tuzigoot, Wupatki, Montezuma Castle, Organ Pipe Cactus, Navajo, and Saguaro.

Colorado:  Mesa Verde, Hovenweep, and Lowry.

New Mexico:  Chaco Canyon, El Morro, Pecos, and Aztec.


Ancient Dwellings:  Includes most National Monuments in the Southwest that contain Indian ruins.  See Southwest National Parks & Monuments category.

Reservations:  Arizona & New Mexico.  Landscapes, villages, and trading posts.

Lifestyles:  Tribes of Arizona and New Mexico:  Navajo, Apache, Hopi, Pima, Tohono O'odham, Havasupai, Zuni, Acoma, and the Rio Grande Pueblos including Taos, New Mexico, and more.

Still Life Studies

Jewelry:  Prehistoric, historic, and modern:  from the first examples of primitive body adornments to contemporary works of gold and silver set with exotic stones.

Baskets:  Prehistoric, historic, and contemporary from tribes throughout the United States.  Special emphasis on Hopi, Navajo, Pima, Tohono O'odham, and Apache.

Pottery:  Prehistoric, historic, and contemporary.  The finest examples of southwestern Indian pottery, from 400 AD to the most modern pottery of the 21st Century.

Kachina Carvings:  Examples of 19th Century Hopi kachinas, plus contemporary works including recent innovations in fine art sculptured wood kachinas.

Beadwork:  Predominantly Apache and Plains.  Excellent examples of 19th Century beadwork.  Some contemporary items.

Painting:  Primarily 20th and 21st Century works of many leading artists.  Some examples of early muslin drawings.

Sculpture:  Modern sculptures of bronze, alabaster, and other stones.

Prehistoric Artifacts:  Artifacts and art objects from ancient ruins.  Stone and bone implements, basketry, pottery, shell and turquoise adornments, petroglyphs, pictographs, and many other objects.

(Other than Indian Art)
Artistically arranged and carefully lighted still life photos of:  Antique Firearms, Old Coins, Western Memorabilia, and Mining Memorabilia.