Contains primarily black-and-white photographs of Maidu dancers and roundhouses by artist Dugan Aguilar.
Robert Dugan Aguilar (Paiute/Maidu/Pit River) was born in Susanville, California in 1947. He is well known for his photographic
portraits of the Native communities of California and Nevada. Working predominantly in black and white, he documents contemporary
Native life, traditions and arts, including the activities of the California Indian Veterans and the California Indian Basketweavers
Association. His work has been exhibited widely in California.
19 Linear Feet
(9 oversized boxes, 1 framed photograph, 2 oversized flat files)
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