Navajo Mother with Baby is in a Cradleboard

Navajo Mother with  Baby is in a Cradleboard

Summary: Studio portrait (sitting) of a Native American (Navajo) mother and child. The baby is in a cradleboard. The mother wears necklaces and silver bracelets.
Creator: Pennington, William M.
Date [between 1904 and 1932]
Rights: Western History/Genealogy Dept., Denver Public Library.
Notes A note, a quote from an article in the June 1938 edition of The Desert Magazine that includes commentary on the subjects, accompanies print.; Formerly F29630.; Portion of stamp is crossed out and “Pennington” is written above stamp.; Stamped on back of print: “Copyright by Ellen Todd, Inc. Tales in Pictures (Trade Mark) This picture may not be syndicated, rented, loaned, nor utilized for advertising purposes.”; Title, “Ind- Navajo Arts & crafts- Cradleboards”, and “Illustration only” hand-written on back of print.; R7100330634

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Navajo Woman Weaver Making Yarn

Navajo Woman Weaver with Child Spinning  Wool Description:

Navajo woman weaver making yarn out of raw wool, sitting next to child with baby on board behind.

Subject Navajo Indians; Weaving
Publisher: Center for Southwest Research, University Libraries, University of New Mexico
Date Original: ca. 1920-1940