Includes scenes of everyday Navajo life and views of Monument Valley.
Waggoner was an award-winning amateur photographer and a student of anthropology with a fond interest in the Navajo; born
in 1916 in Oakland, Calif.; spent some of his youth in Arizona, where he first developed relationships with the Navajo; lived
and worked as a banker in San Francisco until 1972, when he retired to Prescott, Arizona; died in 1990.
in 1 box
: color prints
; 21 x 26 cm (8 x 10 format)
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