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Young beauty queen of the Navajo Tribal Fair (Window Rock, Ariz.)
Date/circa:  1940
Photographer: Snow, Milton "Jack" (Gallup, N.M.)
Subjects: Navajo girls - Arizona - Photographs|y1940; Window Rock (Ariz.)
Notes: "Her lovely costume is `Navajo Original,' woven by her mother. Her silver jewelry is the work of Navajo silversmiths. Her quiet beauty is her own" [text from label on back of matboard; probably written by E. Reeseman Fryer] Matboard dimensions are 20" x 16". Print is dated 1940 (and the same on the labeling on back of matboard and on the original sleeve of the negative).
Negative#: 3191

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