Inventory of Photographs Made by John K. Hillers of Zuni, Hopi and Navaho Country [graphic], 1879

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Inventory of Photographs Made by John K. Hillers of Zuni, Hopi and Navaho Country [graphic], 1879

Collection number: BANC PIC 1959.092--ffALB

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Collection Summary

Collection Title: Photographs Made by John K. Hillers of Zuni, Hopi and Navaho Country [graphic],
Date: 1879
Collection Number: BANC PIC 1959.092--ffALB
Creator: Hillers, John K., 1843-1925
Extent: Number of items: 44 mounted photos (in 2 boxes)
Repository: The Bancroft Library
Berkeley, California 94720-6000
Physical Location: For current information on the location of these materials, please consult the Library's online catalog.
Abstract: Includes portraits of Indians and views of pueblo dwellings. Primarily identified as Zuni, Moki (Hopi), and Navajo tribes.
Languages Represented: English

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Access

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Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Photographs made by John K. Hillers of Zuni, Hopi and Navaho country [graphic], BANC PIC 1959.092--ffALB, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.

Scope and Content

Includes portraits of Indians and views of pueblo dwellings. Primarily identified as Zuni, Moki (Hopi), and Navajo tribes.

Biographical Sketch

Hillers, initially under John Wesley Powell, was photographer on several survey expeditions of the American West from 1872 into the 1880s. He was chief photographer of the United States Geological Survey until 1900.

List of Items

volume Vol. 1, number :1

Refuge Rock, New Mexico

number :2

Refuge Rock, New Mexico

number :3

Totci's House (Zuni)

number :4

Eagle Cage (Zuni)

number :5

War Gods (Zuni)

number :6

Zuni [men with burros]

number :7

"Sallie", a Moki

number :8

Zuni Girl

number :9

Moki Girls

number :10

"Modisi", Moki Girl

number :11

Rabbit Hunters (Moki)

number :12

Spinner (Moki)

number :13

Hairdresser (Moki)

number :14

Mail-driver (Moki)

number :15

Sub-chief (Moki)

number :16

Zuni [young woman]

number :17

Big Navajo

number :18

Wrestler (Navajo)

number :19

[tribal elder, possibly Navajo]

number :20

Shaman (Navajo)

number :21

Pauper (Navajo)

number :22

Rich Navajo

number :23

Hidifia [Hidisia?], Navajo woman

number :24

Navajo Woman

number :25

Chieftans (Navajo)

volume Vol. 2, number :1

Cipambavi

number :2

Tewa

number :3

Sitcomavi

number :4

Walpi Terraced Houses

number :5

Dancers Rock, Walpi

number :6

Walpi and Shechumavi

number :7

Nutria

number :8

Eastern Court, Oraibi

number :9

Eastern Court, Oraibi

number :10

Oraibi

number :11

Pescado - Zuni summer village

number :12

Laguna

number :13

Canapavi

number :14

Navajo joganda (Hoqan)

number :15

Moki [spinning]

number :16

Hibipa (Navajo)

number :17

Mud Heads (Zuni)

number :18

Woman's Dance (Oraibi)

number :19

Chiefs of Walpi, Tewa and Sitcomani