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Navajo, portrait photo: Changing Women
Date/circa:  1920? - 1925?
Photographer: Pennington Studio (Durango, Colo.)
Subjects: Navajo women weavers--Portraits;
Summary note: Navajo woman with her back to the camera weaving on a large loom. It is located at the base of a sandstone cut-bank, with a heard of sheep and goats tended by a young girl on the flat area above.
Other notes: The weaver is seated on a blanket and wrapped with another along with balls of yarn, cloth, and a wooden box to her left. The following phrase must be used whenever and wherever this photograph is displayed or exhibited: From the Tom O. and H. Lucille Kimball Indian Collection. There is also a hogan made of stone and earth in the background, with a simple utility rack to the left side.
Photoprint#: P051019

Original photos from the Tom O. and H. Lucille Kimball Indian Collection. 
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