Includes portraits of Indians and views of pueblo dwellings. Primarily identified as Zuni, Moki (Hopi), and Navajo tribes.
Hillers, initially under John Wesley Powell, was photographer on several survey expeditions of the American West from 1872
into the 1880's. He was chief photographer of the United States Geological Survey until 1900.
25 digital objects
44 digital objects; 44 mounted photos in 2 boxes) : albumen ; 39 x 34 cm. and 41 x 52 cm
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