Title:[Henry H. Robison photograph album of Native Americans in the Southwestern U.S.]
Creator/Contributor:Robison, Henry H., creator, creator.
Travel views taken on a tour of the Southwestern United States and California. Includes many photographs of Native Americans,
most likely Navajo, in traditional attire, posing individually or in groups, some with traditional pottery and blankets, at
train stations, near their dwellings and at other locations. One image shows a Navajo woman weaving at a loom. Also depicted
are a hunter with many dead rabbits and other prey on display; a woman posing with a bicycle; two scenes with people posing
with a horse drawn carriage; and an automobile possibly used by the tourists. Also includes a photograph of a monument of
the Spanish American War, erected in 1900, in Los Angeles' Pershing Square. Robison and/or his travel companions may be depicted
in a few images.
Tourism -- Southwest, New
Indians of North America -- Southwest, New -- Photographs
Navajo Indians -- Photographs
Title devised by cataloger.
Photographed and/or compiled by Henry H. Robison, whose name is written inside front cover: H.H. Robison.
Henry H. Robison photograph album of Native Americans in the Southwestern U.S., BANC PIC 2019.046, The Bancroft Library, University
of California, Berkeley.
Purchase ; from Spencer Hewitt ; 2019.
Henry H. Robison: born 1847; U.S. Civil War veteran; early settler of Grand View, Morris County, Kansas; died 1914.
22 photographs in 1 album : chiefly gelatin silver prints ; sheets various sizes, album 15 x 19 cm
BANC PIC 2019.046--ALB