Center of Southwest Studies

Collection  P 003:
Theodore Hetzel photographs:
Group B.5.g: Tohono O'odham Indians

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Title:

Two Tohono O'Odham men digging a pit to make charcoal
Date/circa:  1960/1969
Photographer: Hetzel, Theodore B. (Kennett Square, Pa.)
Subjects: Tohono O'Odham Indians|vPictorial works; Pima County (Ariz.)
Notes: Photo of two men digging a pit for the process of making charcoal from mesquite. Behind them is a tractor with a large cylindrical tank. One man has a hose in his hand while the other has a shovel. Also in the background is a large truck. This project to make charcoal from mesquite was a community enterprise.
Call number:  SW P003B5gFol4Item01

Links to other digitized images in the Theodore Hetzel photographs collection:

Group A:  Photos of topics pertaining to Indians Group B:  Photos of Indians Group C:  Photos pertaining to the Indian Rights Association and related organizations

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