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Guide to the Oklahoma Indian Art Gallery Records

Oklahoma Indian Art Gallery Records, 1978-2008
29 feet 9 inches
Location: 8B6-8C4 and 9C6
Collection MS110
Accession

Histoical Sketch
The Oklahoma Indian Art Gallery (OIAG) first opened in 1965, in south west Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. In 1979, Doris Littrell and Bob McCabe took over the business. Littrell was raised by a Comanche family in Apache, Oklahoma, and said they instilled in her a love of Native American art. During Littrell’s ownership the OIAG sold paintings, sculptures, baskets, pottery, rugs, jewelry, and other material culture items from Plains and Southwest Indians. She often held individual and group art exhibitions and sales at the Gallery. She also donated many artworks to community organizations, schools, and museums. In 2008, Littrell retired and closed the Gallery.

Scope & Content Note  

The Oklahoma Indian Art Gallery Records consist of business materials created and used at the gallery between 1979-2008. The collection includes ten series divided by function and arranged alphabetically, in which the Visual Materials and Reference Files are the largest.

The Artist Files (1941, 1971-2005), arranged alphabetically, contain biographical information about artists featured at OIAG such as Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Jerome Tiger, Woody Crumbo, Benjamin Harjo Jr., and Bert Seabourn. Included in the folders are newspaper and magazine articles as well as publicity for exhibitions of their work at museums and other galleries.

The Business Files (1981-1999) contains non-financial business materials such as contracts and merchandise price lists.

The Calendars series (1987-2005) consists of yearly calendars that Doris Littrell used to keep track of day to day activities in the Gallery.

The Financials (1978-2004) contain receipts for items purchased from and for the Gallery. This series also contains sale records for the artwork.

The Letters series (1973-2005) contains materials mailed to OIAG from artists and patrons. Of note are the letters from people such as University of Oklahoma President David Boren, Native American art collector Arthur Silberman, and President George W. Bush.

The Publicity Materials (1979-2008) were created by the gallery, and include flyers, pamphlets, and other documents advertising different events at the Gallery.

The Reference Files (1951-2006), collected from artists and other sources, contain non-biographical research materials such as auction and exhibit catalogs, award ceremony programs, postcards, museum pamphlets and maps, Red Earth Festival programs, stories from specific Native American tribes, and descriptions of crafting pottery, weaving, and beading.

The Scrapbooks (undated) were put together by Doris Littrell or her staff, and have no discernible order or theme. They primarily contain publicity information about specific artists or the Gallery. Some artists featured in the scrapbooks are Bert Seabourn, Gary Montgomery, Jerome Tiger, Virginia Stroud, and Gary Yazzie.

The Visitor Books (1979-1987) document guests who attended Gallery events.

The Visual Materials series (1967-2005) contains media associated with the Gallery and the artists. There are negatives, photographs, slides, and transparencies of events and artists.

Notes to Researchers

Visual materials series:
The original arrangement of the negatives was maintained during processing. The description of each folder of negatives is the information Littrell wrote for that specific group. Folders noted as “[Miscellaneous]” are negatives Littrell did not label, and we did not investigate.
The arrangement of the photographs is mostly an imposed organization. They are arranged by artist (when that information is known) and by items sold. Littrell divided the photographs into those two categories.
The arrangement of the slides is an imposed organization. They are arranged by artist (when that information is known), date, or undated.
The arrangement of the transparencies is an imposed organization. They are arranged by artist (when that information is known) and unknown.

Searching the Records:
The simplest way to search the Records is by using an artist's last name. Many of the folder titles are from information Littrell wrote, and she often only used last names.

Subject Terms  

Processing Information  

The Records were acquired from Doris Littrell in 2008. They were processed according to current best practices in 2013.

Ownership & Literary Rights  

Please see the Director of the Research Center for information about publication.

Restrictions on Access  

There are no restrictions on the Records. They are available for research.

Preferred Citation  

Oklahoma Indian Art Gallery Records, 1978-2008, MS110, Dickinson Research Center, National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.

Container List  

Box Folder Folder Title / Description
Artist Files
1 1-3 Annesley, Robert H. “Bob,” 1975-2000
4 Beaver, Fred, undated
5 Begay, John L., February 22, 1974
6 Belindo, Dennis, 1969-1983
7 Big Bow, Woodrow Wilson “Woody,” undated
8 Biggoose, Marcellus “Mars,” undated
9 Blackowl, Archie, 1975-1992
10 Blue Eagle, Acee, 1941-undated
11-12 Bocock, Lee, 1991-undated
13 Bosin, Blackbear, 1976-1980
14 Boyiddle, Parker, undated
15 Brokeshoulder, Nick, 1990-undated
16 Brown, Joan, 1984-1987
17 Buffalo, Benjamin, undated
18 Cannon, T.C., 1988-1990
19 Chaddleson, Adeline, 1985-undated
20 Chaddleson, Sherman, 1985-1996
21 Cleghorn, Mildred, 1971
22 Creepingbear, Bobby, undated
23 Creepingbear, Mirac, 1980-1992
24 Crumbo, Woodrow Wilson “Woody,” 1987-1992
25 Dacon, Chebon, undated
26 Daniel, Mike, 1978
27 Eckiwaudah, Tennyson, undated
2 1 Farrell Hill, Michael, undated
2 Geionety, George, 1982-undated
3 Glass, Bill, 1981-1996 and undated
4 Harjo, Benjamin Jr., 1978-2002
5 Hawk, Jonny, 1983
6 Henson, Brooks, 1990
7 Hill, Bobby “White Buffalo,” 1974-1982 and undated
8 Hill, Joan, 1973 and undated
9 Hood, Rance, 1983 and undated
10 Houser, Allen, 1983-1994
11 Joshua, Edmond, undated
12 Joshua, Lee, 1978-undated
13 Kelly Haney, Enoch, 1981-1991
14 Kennedy Grummer, Brenda, 1975-1989
15 Little Chief, Barthell, 1971-1992
16 Little Thunder, Merlin, 1982-2005
17 Martinez, Juanita, undated
18 Martinez, Maria, undated
19 Montgomery, Gary, 1975-1987
20 Naranjo, Teresita, undated
21-24 Nevaquaya, Doc Tate, 1969-2005
3 1-2 Nevaquaya, Doc Tate, 1969-2005
3 Padilla, Fernando Jr., 1987
4 Potek, Poko, 1972
5 Power, Kenneth, undated
6 Pratt, Charles, 1977-1986
7 Pratt, Harvey, 1982-1987
8 Rabbit, Bill, 1980-1990
9 Redbird, Robert, 1980-2003
10 Roye, Paladine, W., 1990-undated
11 Rutledge Gates, Cathy, 1978-1983
12 Scott, Knokovtee William, 1980-1983
13-14 Seabourn, Bert, 1980-1991
15 Seabourn, Connie, 1990-1992
16 Straughn, Clayburn, 1983-1985
17-18 Stroud, Virginia, 1977-1994
4 1-2 Stroud, Virginia, 1977-1994
3 Sweezy, Carl, 1986-undated
4-5 Taylor, Robert, 1995-2003 and undated
6 Tiger, Jerome, 1987-1995 and undated
7 Toddy, Marvin, October 1982
8 Toldeo, Jose, undated
9 Tsa Toke, Monroe and Lee, undated
10 Tsosie Sisneros, Michelle, undated
11 Vann, Donald, 1987
12 Watchetaker, George Smith “Woogie,” 1990-1993 and undated
13 Welch, Agnes L., 1972
14 Wesley, Tillier, undated
15 West, Dick, 1985
16 Williams, David, undated
17 Yoder, Cecelia, 2003
Business Files
18 Artists represented, undated
19 Dissolution of partnership between Doris Littrell and Bob McCabe, July 1981
20 Exhibit contract with Oklahoma Today Magazine, October 1990
21 Littrell, Doris, 1999 and undated
22 Price lists for artwork, undated
23 Sliberman, Arthur, 1983-1994
Calendars
27 1-18 1987-2005
Financial Documents
4 24 Receipts for items bought for Gallery, 1979-1995
25 Receipts for items sold at the Gallery, 1978-2004 (most in 1979-1980)
26 Donations, 1987
27 Blank sales report sheets, undated
5 1-3 Record books from sales of Bing Crosby Jewelry, 1988-1992
Letters
From artists
4 Annesley, Robert “Bob,” undated
5 Babcock, Molly A., January 18, 1996
6 Beaver, Fred, June 14, 1976
7 Blackfoot, Archie and Lillie, undated
8 Brown, Joan, undated
9 Chaddleson, Sherman, July 7, 1989
10 Creepingbear, Mirac, undated
11 Harjo, Benjamin Jr., March 1998
12 Kelly Haney, Enoch, undated
13 Leftwich, Bill, June 3, 2001 – August 16, 2001
14 Little Thunder, Merlin, undated
15 Navaquaya, Doc Tate and Kate, undated
16 Stroud, Virginia, undated
17 Taylor, Robert, November 22, 2000
18 Tiger, Jerome and Peggy, August 6, 1990
19-21 Boren, David and Molly, 1990-2005 and undated
Donations/Loans
22 Desert Caballeros Western Museum, April 7, 1998
23 Jacobson House, October 10, 2001
24 Jim Thorpe Association Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame, January 6, 2000
25 Mid-Del Schools, June 20, 2000
26 Oklahoma Alliance for Arts Education, March 23, 1987
27 Oklahoma Museum of History, December 2, 2002
28 Roberts County Museum, March 1, 1997
29 St. James Catholic School, February 9, 1987
30 Shawnee Indian Health Center, January-February 1987
31 South Oklahoma City YMCA, undated
32 University of Oklahoma, Fred Jones Museum of Art, May 5, 2000
33 From Doris Littrell, September 1991-December 1993
General
34 Abeyta, Elizabeth, undated
35 Arts Oklahoma, April 26, 1982
36 Bosin, Emma, May 1, 2002
37 Center of the American Indian/Red Earth, May 23, 1988-February 28, 2001
38 Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, October 29, 1990
39 Denton, Joan, November 22, 1990
40 Farris, Gary D., January 3, 2005
41 Ferguson, Bob, March 1967-April 1968
42 Fred Jones Museum of Art, undated
43 Glasser, Elliot, August 17, 1977
44 Gleason, Denise, undated
45 Graves, Dean, February 10, 1997
46 Griffs, Molly, March 27, 2005
47 Hanes, Michael and Madley, February 7, 2003
48 Holtz, Teri and Gary, August 31, 1989
49 Huston, Howard H., undated
50 Indian Paintbrush Gallery, Inc., June 8, 1989
51 Kemp, Larry and Lori, March 7, 1996
52 LaGree, Jim and Barbara, undated
53 Lasting Impressions, undated
54 McMullen, James G., July 5, 2000
55 Mead, Robin, February 10, 2003
56 Miles, Marcine, September-November 1973
57 Mock, Richard Sr., July 29, 1991
58 Morrill, Chuck, October 23, 2001
59 Museum of the Western Prairie, May 4, 1974
60 Native American Cultural and Educational Authority, January-February 2005
61 Native American Painting Reference Library, February 17, 1993
62 Noles, Fred and Lynda, undated
63 Noto, Joan, October 26, 1994
6 1 Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence, June 6, 2000
2 Philbrook Art Center, July-November 1976
3 Preston, Sandy, March 16, 1990
4 Red Dog, Renee, June 7, 1993
5 Robinson, Karen, March 28, 2005
6 Sanders, Richard, and Jeraux Nevaquaya, July 30, 1997
7 The Seminole Producer newspaper, September 21, 1990
8 Seward, Charles, June 17, 2000
9 University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, August 30, 1994
10 Unknown, March 22, 1975
11 Unknown, February 3, 2005
12 Unknown, undated
13 U.S. Art Magazine, March 16, 1990
14 Waid, Jack and Jewel, August-October 1993
15 Weisman, Sarah, July 10, 1997
16 Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 2004
17 Wiggins, Bill, November 15, 2002
18 Woodring and Associates, undated
Personal
19 Alitson-Roessler, Mechelle, November 20, 2002
20 Annesley, Angelina, March 27, 2000
21 Annesley, Bob and Paulette, March 11, 1999
22 Bush, George W. and Laura, December 5, 2002
23 Dobson, Patricia, March 22, 1996
24 Dutcher, Ruth, October 21, 1996
25 Evans, Clement M., April 8, 1996
26 Galper, Joshua, March 13, 1996
27 Garrett, Sandy, October 23, 1996
28 Governor’s Art Award, October 1996
29 Harjo, Benjamin Jr. and Barbara, January 2000-June 2003
30 Levite, Molly, October 22, 1996
31 Littrell, Toya, undated
32 Rubenstein, Carl, February 13, 2003
33 Taylor, Robert, June 13, 2002
34 Unknown, April 18, 1982
35 Unknown, June 11, 1993
36 Undated, February 5, 2003
37 Unknown, undated
Publicity Materials
38 August-September 1979
39 1980
40 1981
41 1982
42 1983
43 1984
44 1985
45 1986
46 1987
47 1988
48 1989
49 1990
50 1991
51 1992
52 1993
53 1994
54 1995
55 1996
7 1 1997
2 1998
3 1999
4 2000
5 2001
6 2002
7 2004
8 2005
9 2006
10 2007
11 2008
12-14 Undated
Reference Files
Auctions/Exhibitions
15 Adobe Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico, “20th Century Masters: Rick Dillingham and Helen Hardin: an exhibit from their early years,” 2001
16 American Indian Art Auction, “Quincy Tahoma,” 1979
17 American Indian Exposition, Anadarko, Oklahoma, 1983
18 Anniston Museum of Natural History “Contemporary Southeastern Indian Artists: Keepers of Culture,” 1988
19 Center of the American Indian “Kachin-Tihus, ” 1991
20 Center Shops Sales Gallery, “Contemporary Paintings of the Southern Plains Indians,” 1975
21 Cherokee National Holiday, “Spirit of the Trail,” 2004
22 Cherokee National Museum, “Trail of Tears Art Show,” 1983
23 Chisholm Trail Festival, “Inner Perspective: Native American Exhibition,” 1990
24 Cobb/Marietta Fine Arts Center, “Cobb’s First Citizens: Their Art and Heritage,” 1983
25 Colonial Art Gallery and Company, “Fine Art Auction of Estate Paintings,” 1998
26 Danny’s Auction, undated
27 Desert Caballeros Western Museum, “A Brush with Reality,” 1999
28 “Enchanted Fauna” 1978
29 The Five Civilized Tribes Museum, “Masters Art Show,” 1980, 1981, 1995
30 Galeria Capistrano, “Lelooska Family,” undated
31 Galleria, “Art from the Earth,” 1986
32 Gilcrease Museum, “Symbols of Faith & Belief: Art of the Native American Church,” 1999
33 Governor’s Gallery, “Merlin Little Thunder: Beyond Rivers and Ridges and Back,” 2006
34 Hayward Gallery, “Sacred Circles,” undated
35 Heard Museum, “Indian Painting Collection,” undated
36 Her Mother Daybreak Her Father the Yellow Sky of Sunset Gallery, ‘Annual Christmas Celebration,” 1991
37 Indian Center Museum, “Blackbear Bosin,” 1995
38 Individual Artists of Oklahoma Gallery, “Artists Against AIDS,” undated
39 Institute of American Indian Arts, “A Tribute to Allan Houser Haozous,” 2001
40 Jackson Clark’s Toh-Atin Gallery, undated
41 Mabee-Gerrer Museum of Art, “Southwest Native American Art from the M/M Robb Moore Collection,” 1988
42 Museum of the Great Plains, “Heart and Soul of the Great Plains,” November 1999-February 2000
43 Museum of the Great Plains, “The Kiowa Five: A Retrospective Exhibition,” 1999
44 National Museum of the American Indian, “First Americans Festival,” September 2004
8 1 National Museum of Natural History, “American Indian Contemporary Art,” 1982
2 National Museum of Natural History, “Contemporary North American Indian Art,” 1982
3 “Native American Fair,” Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, 1992
4 Oklahoma Historical Society, “Contemporary Southern Plains Indian Art,” undated
5 Oklahoma Museum of Art, “100 Years of Native American Painting,” undated
6 Oklahoma State Capitol, “Codetalkers Decoration Ceremony,” November 3, 1989
7 Payne Auction, Inc., “Southwest and Indian Art Auction,” undated
8 Philbrook Art Center, “American Indian Artists Exhibition,” 1978-1979
9 Philbrook Art Center, “Exhibition for Oklahoma Artists,” 1957
10 Philbrook Art Center, “Plains Indian Painting,” 1958
11 Presbyterian Hospital, “Annual Art Show,” 1986
12 Schuster & Wolf Gallery, “Contemporary Indian Artwork,” June 11, 1967
13 State Arts Council of Oklahoma, “Flight of the Spirit,” dedication, November 17, 1991
14 Southern Plains Indian Museum and Crafts Center, “Paintings by David Williams,” 1974
15 Textile Museum, “Oklahoma Indian Art and Artifacts,” undated
16 White Eyes Indian Shop, “Annual Spring Show,” undated
Award ceremony programs
17 Governor’s Art Awards, 1986-1996
18 Night of the First Americans, 1982
19 Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence, 1993 and 2001
20 University of Oklahoma, 1996 and 1999
21 Blank postcards, undated
Museum information
22 Center of the American Indian at the Kirkpatrick Center Museum Complex, undated
23 Cherokee National Museum, undated
24 Comanche Culture Center, October 30, 1977
25 Kiowa Tribal Museum, 1984
26 National Museum of the American Indian, 2004 and undated
27 “A Map to Indian Country,” undated
28 Spiro Mounds Archaeological State Park, undated
Red Earth Festival materials
29-31 Newspaper articles, 1991-2004
32 Program, 1981
33 Program, 1987
34 Program, 1988
35 Program, 1989
36 “The Storyteller,” Summer 1997
37 Winners reception invitation, 2005
Tribal information
38 Acoma, undated
39 Apache, undated
40 Arapaho, undated
41 Cheyenne, undated
42 Hopi, undated
43 “Indian Tribes of Oklahoma,” undated
44 Kiowa, undated
45 Maricopa, undated
9 1 San Ildefonso, undated
2 San Juan, undated
3 Santa Clara, undated
4 Santo Domingo, undated
5 Seri, undated
6 Zia, undated
Type of art
7 Baskets, undated
8 Carvers of Gambell, 1982
9 Churches, undated
10 Dance, 1979-1991 and undated
11 Dolls, undated
12 Furniture, 1997
13 Jewelry, 1983
14 Navajo Sand Paintings, undated
15 Navajo Silversmithing, 1951
16 Photography, 1984
17 Pottery, undated
18 Sculpture, 1982
19 Silk Screen Printing, undated
20 War Bonnets, 1979
21 Weaving, 1975 and undated
Visitor Books
22 April 1979-May 1981
23 October 1985-October 1989
24 November 1989-December 1911
25 Doc Tate Nevaquaya Show, May 17, 1987
Scrapbooks
28 1 Book 1: Newspaper and magazine articles, undated
2 Book 2: William “Bill” Rabbit articles, unbound, undated
29 1 Book 3: Gary Montgomery articles and photographs of artwork, gallery show programs, undated
2 Book 4:
Bert Seabourn, 1973-1990
Bill Glass, 1979
Charles Pratt, 1978-1982
William “Bill” Rabbit, 1983-1984
Troy Anderson, 1979-1983
Donald Vann, 1979-1987
Jean Bales, 1982-1984
Parker Boyiddle, undated
Katy Bruce, undated
Kathryn Munds Nevaquaya, 1977
Kathryn Joachim Mounds, undated
Chebon Dacon, 1978
Sharron Ahtone Harjo, 1975-1984
Robby McMurtry, undated
30 1 Book 5:
Fred Beaver, undated
Archie Blackowl, 1973-1983
Acee Blue Eagle, 1958-1974
Mirac Creepingbear, 1980-1983
Woody Crumbo, undated
Alice Littleman, 1968-1970
Bobby “White Buffalo” Hill, 1966-1975
Allan Houser, 1985
Lee Joshua, 1975-1982
Lee Tsa Toke, 1969-1971
Doc Tate Nevaquaya, 1971-1990
Jerome Tiger, 1971-1974
Johnny Tiger, Jr., 1975
George “Woogie” Watchetaker, 1972-1985
Dick West, 1973
David Williams, 1972-1973
31 1 Book 6:
Robert Annesley, 1974-1980
Sherman Chaddleson, 1985
Adeline Chaddleson, 1985
Woody Crumbo, 1989
Alice Littleman, 2000
Benjamin Harjo, Jr., 1980
Jonny Hawk, 1967-1978
Rance Hood, 1969-1982
Gary Montgomery, 1975-1983
Robert Redbird, 1972-1990
Virginia Stroud, 1979-1983
Gary Yazzie, 1982-1983
2 Book 7:
Dennis Belindo, 1970-1980
Solomon McCombs, 1975-1980
Clayburn Straughn, 1983
Ted Miller, 1978-1981
Truman Lorentz, undated
Walt Harris, 1976-1981
Laura M. Bushyhead, 1979
Jerome Bushyhead, 1972-1980
Mike Larson, 1973-1982
Bill Haney, 1981
Bing Crosby, 1976
Joan Hill, 1973-1980
Jim Standefer, 1978-1979
Marilyn Standefer, 1975-1979
Charles Banks Wilson, 1980
Louise Smokey, 1985
Visual Materials
Negatives
Dated
10 1 August 1983: [Miscellaneous]
2 1983: Stroud, Mopoe, Boyhiddle, Asah, Creepingbear, Chedon, Annelsey, Rutledge
3 1984: Gallup
4 August 1985: Robert Redbird with photo of “Eagle Mystic”
October 20, 1985: Kim’s birthday
5 December 10, 1985: Roosevelt Lake, Balink and Littrell
6 1985: Pottery
7 February 5, 1986: B. Hill, G.M., Blackowl, Bocock
8 April 15, 1985: Doris Hair, Connie Poster “Enemy Territory,” Connie Poster “Emerging Empathy,” Montgomery “Father Holding Daughter,” Gallery walls: Seabourn, Ragan, Rabbit
9 April 1985: La Veta Pass
10 July 22, 1986: Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Lee Bocock, Robert Redbird
11 August 1986: Coty to Yellowstone
12 August 1986: Yellowstone, Rocky Mountains
13 November 1986: Robert Redbird, Anadarko park flood
14 November 1986: Robert Redbird, Thanksgiving
15 December 1986: Gallery, Robert Redbird
16 1986: Gallery
17 1986: Yellowstone, Rocky Mountains, Doris’ house, Pat’s flowers
18 January 1987: Nevaquaya, Blackowl, Robert Redbird, Bosin
19 February 16, 1987: Center of the American Indian Show, Gallery, Ted, R. Garrison
20 March 31, 1987: Bosin, Jereauz’s wedding reception, trading post
21 March 31, 1987: Robert Redbird, Blackowl burial
22 March 31, 1987: Mopapu, Tappah, Sweezy, D. Williams, Fred Beaver
23 March 1987: Birthday party – Toya
24 March 1987: Robert Redbird “Sedona” posters, Bosin, Blackowl “Large Hunt,” Stroud “Fire Dancer”
25 April 4, 1987: Maria & Maria & Julian pots, Robert Redbird, Bill Glass pots, Mopope, gallery pictures, Blackowl, Stroud, Nevaquaya
26 April 8, 1987: Anniversary Show
27 April 10, 1987: Nevaquaya, Sherman, Taos drummer
28 April 16, 1987: Trail of Tears posters
29 April 1987: Annual Show
30 April 1987: Framed belt buckles, framed strike a light set, framed Doris moccasins, Gary Montgomery
31 April 1987: Nevaquaya
32 April 1987: Prints of Stroud, Hawk, Seabourn, Williams, Rabbit
33 May 1987: Nevaquaya Honor Show
34 May 1987: Garage sale, Jack’s funeral
35 June 10, 1987: Nevaquaya, Connie Seabourn, Bert Seabourn, Lee Bocock
36 June 12, 1987: Nevaquaya, Lee Bocock, Rabbit, Chaddlesone, belt buckle
37 June 19, 1987: Robert Redbird, Virginia Stroud, Doris’ flower garden
38 June 24, 1987: Robert Redbird, Stroud, Nevaquaya
39 June 1987: Rainey Mountain store photos, Red Earth auction
40 July 3, 1987: Doris flowers, Robert Redbird
41 August 1987: Gallup
42 October 1, 1987: Robert Redbird
43 October 1, 1987: Robert Redbird’s church, Phoenix trip
44 October 29, 1987: Phoenix sunset, Seabourn
45 October 29, 1987: Robert Redbird painting, Carl’s deck and dog
46 October 1987: Indio Show and Reception
47 November 4, 1987: Group show
48 November 1987: Colorado Springs, Oliver Van, Redbird
49 December 23, 1987: Gallery thank you gathering, Redbird
50 December 29, 1987: Winter ice storm
51 December 1987: Weems Show, Ernie, Redbird, Miller, Annabelle
52 December 1987: Worst ice storm
53 1987: Black and white
54 February 9, 1988: Nevaquaya, Redbird, Johnny Hawk
55 February 9, 1988: Nevaquaya One Man Show, Jackie Anquoe dancers, Peyote
56 February 23, 1988: OIAG burglary, Nevaquaya, Ted Creepingbear, Anquoe crow dancers
57 February 24, 1988: Mopope, Toppah, White Buffalo, Rance Hood, Bill Rabbit, Spencer Assh, Robert Teneors, Cochiti pottery, boots
58 February 1988: Lee Bocock, Nevaquaya, Dennis Belindo, Jeveaux husband and baby, Jackie Anquoe
59 February 1988: Black and white, Redbird, Gallery, Nevaquaya, Bocock, Bert Seabourn, Miller, Harvey
60 March 8, 1988: Blackowl, Rabbit, Seabourn, Bill Glass
61 March 19, 1988: Blackowl, Watchetaker, Nevaquaya, Bert Seabourn, Larry Hood, Ted Creepingbear
62 March 28, 1988: Nevaquaya, Rabbit
63 March 1988: OIAG Annual Indian Show
64 April 10, 1988: Redbird
65 April 20, 1988: “Color of Hope” show, Art Under the Oaks, Redbird
66 May 5, 1988: Redbird
67 May 7, 1988: Connie Seabourn, D. Williams, Bert Seabourn, Tsa-Toke
68 May 9, 1988: Gary Montgomery, Watchetaker, beadwork
69 May 11, 1988: Nevaquaya
70 May 31, 1988: Redbird
71 June 8, 1988: Red Earth
72 June 13, 1988: Anquoe
73 June 15, 1988: [Miscellaneous]
74 June 17, 1988: [Miscellaneous]
75 June 21, 1988: [Miscellaneous]
76 June 23, 1988: [Miscellaneous]
77 June 29, 1988: Redbird
78 June 1988: Lee Bocock and Doris
79 July 1, 1988: Jennifer, Redbird
80 July 30, 1988: Phillip and Kim
81 July 30, 1988: Redbird
82 August 1988: Gallup, Taos
83-84 September 17, 1988: Redbird
85 September 20, 1988: Redbird
86 September 22, 1988: Connie Seabourn
87 October 8, 1988: Redbird
88 October 22, 1988: Redbird
89 October 31, 1988: Gallery
90 November 10, 1988: Redbird
91 December 3, 1988: Redbird
92 December 3, 1988: [Miscellaneous]
93 December 31, 1988: Redbird, street in Meridian
94 December 1988: Henry’s trip to Connecticut
95 January 25, 1989: House
96 February 10, 1989: Stroud
97 February 14, 1989: Gary Montgomery
98 March 3, 1989: Nevaquaya, Little Thunder, Montgomery
99 March 9, 1989: Redbird
100 March 12, 1989: Anniversary Show
101 March 23, 1989: Merlin Little Thunder
102 April 11, 1989: Merlin Little Thunder
103 April 11, 1989: Tiny
104 April 17, 1989: Redbird
105 April 24, 1989: Redbird
106 May 13, 1989: Redbird
107 May 18, 1989: Seabourn prints and posters
108 May 18, 1989: Rabbit’s new prints (sandstone)
109 May 20, 1989: Albuquerque, Rabbit, Connie Seabourn, fan and beaded basket, Redbird, Annesley, Bobby Hill, Ateneio, Gallup, Baragas
110 May 20, 1989: Albuquerque, Sam Joan Brown, Lorentz, Archie Blackowl, Haney, Rance Hood, fans
111 May 22, 1989: Seabourn and Rabbit prints
11 1 June 6, 1989: Doris’ yard, closed day at Red Earth
2 June 15, 1989: Nevaquaya, Redbird
3 June 16, 1989: Redbird
4-6 June 25, 1989: Sophie visit
7 July 10, 1989: Belindo, Blackowl, gallery walls
8 July 10, 1989: Sophie
9 July 10, 1989: Connie and Gene wedding
10 July 14, 1989: Redbird
11 July 20, 1989: Redbird, Garrison, Connie Seabourn, Asah
12 July 22, 1989: Redbird, Bert Seabourn, Bill Rabbit
13 August 4, 1989: Crumbo prints
14 August 5, 1989: Doris
15 August 1989: La Veta to Trinidad, Comanche grasslands
16 August 1989: Fort Garland, La Veta
17 August 1989: San Luis, Taos Mountains
18 September 7, 1989: Merlin Little Thunder show, Redbird
19 September 14, 1989: George Akeen, Nevaquaya, Harrison, Begay
20 September 26, 1989: Redbird
21 September 29, 1989: Redbird
22 October 1, 1989: Redbird
23 December 1989 – January 1990: New Mexico trip
24 January 1990: Carl and dog
25 February 14, 1990: quilts
26 February 18, 1990: Watchetaker, Momaday, Redbird, Geionoty, bear claw necklace, Bobby Hill, Tsa-Toke
27 February 20, 1990: blankets
28 February 25, 1990: White Buffalo
29 February 27, 1990: Redbird
30 February 1990: Redbird
31 March 1, 1990: Redbird
32 March 6, 1990: Mirac Creepingbear show
33 March 13, 1990: Bert Seabourn
34 March 13, 1990: [Miscellaneous]
35 March 29, 1990: Mirac Creepingbear, baskets, Nevaquaya, Gary Montgomery, Beirt prints
36 April 3, 1990: Nevaquaya show, Mirac Creepingbear
37 April 7, 1990: Redbird
38 April 11, 1990: buckskin dress, Nevaquaya dancers, Annesley
39 April 13, 1990: Bosin, Annesley, Creepingbear
40 April 22, 1990: Nevaquaya, Redbird
41 April 27, 1990, Bill Rabbit
42 May 5, 1990: Doris’ birthday
43 May 7, 1990: Medina, Ateneio, Ceci Dick
44 May 15, 1990: Pratt, Chaddleson, David Williams, Mopope, Brook Shoulder, beadwork, caps
45 May 29, 1990: El Mora with Carl, Redbirt, Creepingbear, Stroud
46 May 1990: Creepingbear
47 May 1990: Redbird
48 July 1, 1990: Chimayo, Mirac Creepingbear
49 July 1, 1990: Stroud
50 July 13, 1990: fans, World War II beaded medallion necklace, Navajo basket, Redbird
51 July 14, 1990: Biggoose, Harrison Begay, inventory of pots rugs baskets sculpture, Redbird
52 July 16, 1990: Redbird
53 July 26, 1990: Nevaquaya
54 July 30, 1990: Arbuckle wilderness
55 August 23, 1990: Sophie
56 August 30, 1990: Merlin Creepingbear
57 September 12, 1990: [Miscellaneous]
58 October 1, 1990: Redbird taken in Albuquerque
59 October 5, 1990: Redbird, Doris’ new rug and floor
60 October 6, 1990: Redbird
61 October 9, 1990: Redbird, Nevaquaya
62 October 27, 1990: old Apache burden, basket, Redbird
63 October 28, 1990: Acoma, Zuni, San Domingo, paintings from Amarillo Trade
64 October 29, 1990: all the items and paintings in my inventory except 3 black and white Creepingbear pastels
65 November 2, 1990: Nevaquaya, Redbird
66 November 20, 1990: Group show, Redbird
67 November 23, 1990: Redbird, Traci Rabbit, Belindo, White Buffalo, Sherman Chaddlesone, new inventory
68 November 27, 1990: Redbird, Asah, Belindo, rugs, Redbird Jr., pots
69 November 29, 1990: Nevaquaya, Redbird
70 November 29, 1990: Larry Hood, baskets, Redbird
71 November 1990: Redbird
72 December 12, 1990: Nevaquaya, Blue Eagle, Bosin
73 December 14, 1990: storytellers, print shop, Leslie and Doris
74 December 22, 1990: [Miscellaneous]
75 March 8, 1991: Otis’ house, etc.
76 March 8, 1991: Redbird, Merlin Little Thunder
77 March 19, 1991: Jerome Tiger, Redbird and Redbird Jr., Rance Hood, Larry Hood, pots, baskets
78 March 28, 1991: Gorman, Nevaquaya, Redbird
79 April 20, 1991: Redbird, Belindo
80 April 23, 1991: 25 photos of old art, Sweezy dancers with drums
81 May 2, 1991: Redbird, T. Lorentz
82 June 11, 1991: Redbird, pot, Carl’s roses, Ouray, Colorado, Merlin Little Thunder
83 June 11: 1991: Merlin Little Thunder, Zapotec rugs, Howard Pratt, Fernando Padilla Jr., Rabbit, Grummer, Nevaquaya
84 June 14, 1991: Bocock, Doris’ backyard, Seminole photos
85 June 18, 1991: Redbird, Jerome Tiger, Merlin Little Thunder, Navajo basket, 1800 mission basket
86 June 20, 1991: [Miscellaneous]
87 June 24, 1991: Redbird, Grummer, Gary Montgomery
88 July 1, 1991: Merlin Little Thunder, Redbird, Pratt, Mopope, Papago basket, Harvey Pratt, Cherokee basket
89 July, 10, 1991: Gary Montgomery, old map, powwow, framed beaded, Redbird
90 September 1991: Lee Bocock, Biggoose, Rabbit
91 October 26, 1991: Bobby Creepingbear, flowers on Ridgecrest, trip to New Mexico in August 1991
92 December 11, 1991: Originals under $600, Belindo, Chaddlesone, Harvey Pratt
93 January 6, 1992: Redbird, baskets
94 July 1, 1992: Doris’ roses, Haney, Bosin, Mopope, Begay, Bocock, Redbird, blue beaded bay, James pot
95 July 2, 1992: Bobby Creepingbear, trip to Santa Fe to sell, new trends
96 November 10, 1992: Nevaquaya, Merlin Little Thunder, Mirac Creepingbear
97 November 11, 1992: Chester, Connecticut River Ferry, castle, Sturwich village
98 November 11, 1992: West Cornwell, Lyman Orchard, Nuns Park, Hyway water shots
99 November 11, 1992: Kim’s apartment
100 November 11, 1992: Essex, Halloween, Rossini
101 November 11, 1992: Kim’s booth and building, making cookies, melon field, driving, water, trees, Stonewall
102 November 20, 1992: Washo basket, Apache basket, Papayo basket, woodsplint basket, Hopi pot, Santa Clara pot, Belindo, Ash
103 November 24, 1992: Rabbit, Harvey Pratt, green squash
104 December 11, 1992: Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Virginia Stroud, Merlin Little Thunder, David Williams
105 January 19, 1993: Gary Montgomery, Jonny Hawk, Merlin Little Thunder, Robert Taylor
106 January 19, 1993: Merlin Little Thunder, Lee Bocock
107 January 24, 1993: Ha-So-De, Connie Seabourn, Rabbit, Lee Bocock, Lavato, Redbird
108 January 31, 1993: Blackowl, Bosin, Woogie, Bocock, Redbird, Montgomery
109 February 8, 1993: Gary Montgomery, baskets
110 February 9, 1993: Nevaquaya, Redbird, Crumbo
111 March 3, 1993: Redbird, pots, Bert Seabourn
112 March 16, 1993: Redbird, Redbird Jr.,
113 March 24, 1993: baskets and pots
114 April 6, 1993: Maria pot, Redbird, Acee Blue Eagle, Merlin Little Thunder
115 April 13, 1993: Woogie, shawls, birthday party in Gallery, baskets
116 April 24, 1993: baskets, Haney
117 April 28, 1993: Creepingbear, Merlin Little Thunder, Woogie, old basket Doris repaired, Navajo sticks
118 May 7, 1993: baskets, pottery, Jonny Hawk, Fred Beaver, Mopope, Acee Blue Eagle, Tsa Toke
119 May 13, 1993: Gallery baskets, Jerome Tiger, Chief rug, Larry Hood, Mexican rug, Merlin Little Thunder, pottery
120 May 15, 1993: photos of paintings sold in Lawton, Crumbo, Merlin Little Thunder, Nevaquaya, pot
121 May 21, 1993: Gary Montgomery, Nevaquaya, Bob Yoahum
122 June 5, 1993: Doris’ yard, Bocock, Mopope, Redbird
123 June 23, 1993: San Domingo pot, wicker basket
124 July 15, 1993: Bocock, Mopope, Balckowl, Monroe, Acee Blue Eagle, Merlin Little Thunder, Tsa Toke
125 August 14, 1993: Merlin Little Thunder, Lee Bocock, Redbird, Navajo pots, hawk feathers, baskets
126 August 18, 1993: Gallup ceremonial snaps
127 August 26, 1993: Blackowl, Woogie, Gary Montgomery, Nevaquaya, pots, baskets
128 August 28, 1993: Merlin Little Thunder, Tsa Toke, Bocock, Sherman
129 August 28, 1993: [Miscellaneous]
130 September 10, 1993: Redbird, Bocock
131 September 30, 1993: [Miscellaneous]
132 October 7, 1993: Bobby Creepingbear, Boren, Nevaquaya, Doris, baskets, beadwork
133 October 11, 1993: Palo Duro Canyon, Bocock, Harvey Pratt, Merlin Little Thunder, Redbird, baskets, powwow
134 October 15, 1993: Redbird, Crumbo, Santa Fe flea market, Christmas tree, Palo Duro Canyon, basket
135 November 4, 1993: Biss, Grummer, gallery jewelry
136 December 5, 1993: Bocock, Annesley, Little Thunder, Nevaquaya, rockers
137 December 8, 1993: Redbird, Robert Taylor, Zuni pots, Woogie, Hopi wicker basket
12 1 February 12, 1994: Hopi Kachinas, Dick West, Belindo, Merlin Little Thunder
2 March 19, 1994: Woody Crumbo
3 April 28, 1994: Kachina, Bocock
4 May 20, 1994: J.D. Medina pot, Mary Cain, turtle fetish, pant panels, H. Begay, Robert Taylor, Merlin Little Thunder, hawk feather, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, pot, jar
5 June 11, 1994: old beadwork, Lee Bocock, Robert Redbird, water bird fan
6 July 15, 1994: Rachel Nampeyo pot, Hopi basket, Robert Redbird
7 July 22, 1994: Robert Annesley, Bennie Buffalo, Merlin Little Thunder, Robert Taylor, Lee Bocock, Harvey Pratt, Woogie Watchetaker, Gary Montgomery, mud figures
8 September 21, 1994: Robert Taylor, Archie Blackowl, Acee Blue Eagle, Mirac Creepingbear, gallery shots, Virginia Stroud
9 October 5, 1994: Virginia Stroud, Merlin Little Thunder, Connie Seabourn
10 November 10, 1994: Virginia Stroud, Biggoose, Mirac Creepingbear, Robert Taylor, Robert Annesley
11 November 26, 1994: Robert Annesley show, Lee Bocock, Dennis Belindo, Jonny Hawk, Aitson, front gallery shot, Merlin Little Thunder, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Robert Redbird
12 January 4, 1995: Robert Taylor, Doris’ Christmas, Tony Redbird, basket on old rug, Jonny Hawk, Sherman
13 January 11, 1995: rugs
14 February 20, 1995: SW portfolio
15 February 22, 1995: Robert Annesley, paladine, Merlin Little Thunder show, mission furniture
16 March 16, 1995: Bobby Hill, Doris at desk, gallery shots
17 April 1, 1995: Robert Annesley, Nancy
18 April 20, 1995: Gary Montgomery, Peyote paintings, furniture, Robert Taylor, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Archie Blackowl
19 May 23, 1995:Lee Bocock
20 July 3, 1995: Doc Tate Nevaquaya, back yard, my old beadwork, Lee Bocock, Red Earth Festival
21 July 11, 1995: Doris’ pots and rug, gallery shot, Bill Glass, Mirac Creepingbear, furniture, baskets and rugs in Gallery
22 July 26, 1995: Jerome Tiger, Benjamin Harjo, Mirac Creepingbear, gallery shot of Mission furniture
23 August 2, 1995: Jerome Tiger, Virginia Stroud, Lee Bocock, Sherman
24 August 30, 1995: Virginia Stroud, Benjamin Harjo, Robert Redbird, Jerome Tiger
25 September 14, 1995: Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Gary Montgomery, Archie Balckowl, furniture, Bennie Buffalo, Sherman
26 September 24, 1995: Harvey Pratt, Bennie Buffalo, Cathy Rutledge, Ha-So-De, folding desk, Sherman, Doc Tate Nevaquaya
27 October 10, 1995: Casper, flea market
28 October 17, 1995: Acee Blue Eagle, silk screens Acee Blue Eagle and Allan Houser, Russell beadwork, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Benjamin Harjo
29 November 4, 1995: Bob Wilson, Aitson, Robert Taylor, Lee Bocock, furniture, my beadwork
30 November 13, 1995: Cherokee masks, show at Gallery, Benjamin Harjo, Robert Annesley, Bill Glass
31 December 4, 1995: Peyote, lamp with brass shade, large Ganado rug, Cochiti goat, Robert Taylor
32 January 1996: baskets
33 March 16, 1996: [Miscellaneous]
34-35 May 3, 1996: Pochoir prints and gallery
36 May 7, 1996: Doc Tate Nevaquaya show, Robert Taylor, Robert Annesley
37 October 15, 1996: Doc Tate Nevaquaya
38 October 28, 1996: flowers from Doris’ award
39 October 1996: Merlin Little Thunder
40 October 1996: [Miscellaneous]
41 November 1996: Hokeah
42 November 1996: [Miscellaneous]
43 November 1996: Lee Bocock
44 November 1996: Merlin Little Thunder
45 November 1996: Virginia Stroud
46 December 1996: Pottery
47 January 1997: Dennis Belindo
48 February 1997: Dennis Belindo
49 March 1997: Smokey Bobs
50 April 18, 1997: Merlin Little Thunder
51 April 18, 1997: Maria Martinez pot
52 April 18, 1997: Aitson and Dennis Belindo
53 May 1997: baskets and pottery
54 June 1997: Barthel Little Chief, Ponio basket
55 June 1997: Merlin Little Thunder
56 September 1997: furniture
57 September 1997: pottery
58 September 1997: [Miscellaneous]
59 August 23, 1999: baskets
60 1999: Red Earth, Chee, Robert Taylor, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, beadwork
61 February 2000: photos sent to Schliffer
62 March 7, 2000: rugs
63 May 31, 2000: Virginia Stroud, Mata Ortiz, rug
64 June 13, 2000: rugs, Merlin Little Thunder, Lee Bocock, Jane Osti
65 June 13, 2000: Jane Osti
66 July 5, 2000: Amos Beaver, Mirac Creepingbear, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Geionety, Yazzie, S.S. Thompson, gallery
Undated
67 Accessories, Hopi pot, large beaded purse, Zuni bolo
68 Accessories, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Coral necklace, old small beaded bag, Alaskan sculpture, Red Star
69 Accessories, old Navajo necklace (squash), baskets, Archie Blackowl
70 Accessories, Robert Annesely, Bert Seabourn, Jerome Tiger, Bill Glass pots
71 Robert Annesely, Merlin Little Thunder
72 D. Ash, Robert Redbird, large basket with lid
73 Baskets, small rug with four different designs, Jonny Hawk, Woogie Watchetaker, Acee Blue Eagle, Enoch Haney, Strait-Chee, Bobby Hill, Gary Montgomery, Connie Seabourn, pheasant fans, dolls, Bobby Creepingbear
74 Baskets, beadwork, fans, moccasins
75 Northwest Coast baskets
76 Large Navajo basket
77-78 Baskets
79 Beadwork, medallions
80 Beadwork on old bag
81 Fred Beaver
82 Archie Blackowl, Doris’ backyard, Virginia Stroud
83 Acee Blue Eagle, Dennis Belindo, Bert Seabourn, Virginia Stroud, Sherman
84 Lee Bocock, Mopope, Mirac Creepingbear, Harvey Pratt
85 Lee Bocock, gallery, Doris’ rug
86 Lee Bocock, Merlin Little Thunder, Doc Tate Nevaquaya
87 Lee Bocock, Jerome Tiger, Fernando Padilla Jr., Woody Big Bow, Robert Redbird, pots
88 Lee Bocock
89 Bobby Creepingbear, old beadwork, doll, knife, Papago basket, Navajo pot, Woody Big Bow, Ha-So-Da, Jerome Tiger
90 Bobby Creepingbear sculptures, Sherman Chaddleson, Benjamin Harjo, Woody Crumbo, Doc Tate Nevaquaya
91 Bobby Creepingbear, gallery, Merlin Little Thunder
92 Bobby Creepingbear, Bill Haney, Allie Chaddleson
93 Bobby Creepingbear, Lee Joshua, Bobby Hill, McMurtry
94 Bobby Creepingbear
95 Mirac Creepingbear
96 Mirac Creepingbear, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Brenda Grummer, Bobbie Grummer
97 Mirac Creepingbear all photos
98 Mirac Creepingbear, Robert Redbird, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Merlin Little Thunder, Bobby Creepingbear, Fernando Padilla Jr., Sherman Chaddleson, Acee Blue Eagle
99 Mirac Creepingbear, Archie Blackowl
100 Mirac Creepingbear, Gary Montgomery, Larry Hood, Yazzie, Rick Bowen, Jane Mauldin, Rorex, dolls, pottery, drum
101 Woody Crumbo, Larry Hood, Riddles, Archie Blackowl, Fred Beaver
102 Woody Crumbo silk screen, Larry Hood, Maria Martinez pot
103 Woody Crumbo, Jerome Tiger
104 Furniture
105 Gallery
14 1-31 Gallery and shows
12 106 Brenda Grummer, Virginia Stroud
107 Benjamin Harjo
108 Benjamin Harjo, Jr.
109 Jonny Hawk, front gallery
110 Iroquois whimsies
111 Merlin Little Thunder, award metal, Bobby Creepingbear sculpture, Lorentz
112 Merlin Little Thunder, Brenda Grummer, Robert Redbird, Fernando Padilla Jr., Doc Tate Nevaquaya
113 Merlin Little Thunder, Woody Big Bow, Larry Hood, William Rabbit, Mopope, Robert Annesley, Woody Crumbo, Woogie Watchetaker
114 Merlin Little Thunder, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Will Redbird, Medicine Bay, fan, Hopi wicker
115-118 Merlin Little Thunder
14 32-36 Miscellaneous flowers
37-38 Miscellaneous Doris’ house
39-49 Miscellaneous travel
50-57 Miscellaneous unknown
12 119 Gary Montgomery
120 Gary Montgomery sold
121 Gary Montgomery, rugs
122 Gary Montgomery, Virginia Stroud, Robert Redbird
123-125 Mopope
26 1 Doc Tate Nevaquaya
126-130 Doc Tate Nevaquaya
131 Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Virginia Stroud, William Rabbit, Lee Joshua, Acee Blue Eagle, Lee Tsa Toke, Mopope, Archie Blackowl, Dick West, Dennis Belindo, M. Hill
132 Doc Tate Nevaquaya, M. Tsa Toke, furniture
133-134 Doc Tate Nevaquaya
135 Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Gary Montgomery, basket
13 1 Kiowa prints, Connie Seabourn, Archie Blackowl
2 Harvey Pratt, Bobby Creepingbear
3 Charles Pratt show
4 Southwestern pottery
5 Robert Redbird, Virginia Stroud
6 Robert Redbird, Bobby Creepingbear, Woody Crumbo, drums, Sherman Chaddleson, belt set, beaded bag, Apache bag and basket
7 Robert Redbird, flowers, Jerome Tiger
8 Robert Redbird, Bobby Creepingbear, Charles Pratt, rugs
9 Robert Redbird, photos of show
10 Robert Redbird, Cherokee baskets, Seminole basket
11 Robert Redbird, Connie Seabourn
12 Robert Redbird, Joan Hill
13 Robert Redbird, Truman, Robert Annesley, Joan Hill, Red Star, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Gary Montgomery, baskets
14-18 Robert Redbird
19 Robert Redbird, Biggoose, Bobby Creepingbear, Sherman Chaddlesone, round beaded bag, Tomita royal bag
20 Robert Redbird, Bobby Creepingbear, Allie Chaddlesone
21 Robert Redbird, Roosevelt Lake, El Morao
22-27 Robert Redbird
28 Robert Redbird, Gary Montgomery, Jonny Hawk, Lee Joshua, Robert Annesley, Biggoose, Bobby Creepingbear, Jerome Tiger, Bert Seabourn
29 Paladine Roye negatives of sold work
30-35 rugs
36 Bert Seabourn, Miguel Martinez, Diana O’Leary
37 Bert Seabourn
38 Connie Seabourn, William Rabbit
39 Seward
40 Virginia Stroud, beadwork, Lee Bocock, Brenda Grummer
41 Virginia Stroud, Connie Seabourn, Doc Tate Nevaquaya
42 Virginia Stroud, Fernando Padilla Jr., Larry Hood
43 Virginia Stroud, Doc Tate Nevaquaya, Robert Redbird
44 Virginia Stroud, baskets, rugs
45 Virginia Stroud, William Rabbit
46 Virginia Stroud, William Rabbit, Mirac Creepingbear, Bobby Creepingbear
47 Virginia Stroud, Robert Taylor, Harvey Pratt, Lee Joshua
48 Virginia Stroud, Has-A-Da, Nieto, baskets, pots
49-52 Virginia Stroud
53 Carl Sweezy, Gary Montgomery, Atencio, Barthel Little Chief, Truman Lorentz
54 Carl Sweezy, Enoch Haney, Mopope, Bosin, David Williams, White Buffalo, Cecil Dick
55 Carl Sweezy
56 Robert Taylor, Robert Annesley, Pratt
57 Jerome Tiger, Red Star, Larry and Rance Hood, Ha-So-De
58-115 Unknown
116 Laurie Whitehawk
Photographs
General
15 1 Annesley, Robert, 1989-1990 and undated
2 Armstrong, undated
3 Atencio, Gilbert, undated
4 Auchiah, James, undated
5 Baskets, undated
6 Beaded, undated
7 Beaver, Fred, undated
8 Belindo, Dennis, May 1989 and undated
9 Black Moon, undated
10 Blackowl, Archie, August 2004 and undated
11 Blue Eagle, Acee, undated
12 Bocock, Lee, undated
13 Bosin, Blackbear, undated
14 Begay, Harrison, undated
15 Chaddleson, Allie, undated
16 Chaddleson, Sherman, undated
17 Chalee, Pop, undated
18 Chee, Robert, undated
19 Creepingbear, Mirac, undated
20 Crumbo, Woody, undated
21 Dick, Cecil, undated
22 Dolls, undated
23 Edwards, K.D., February 14, 1988
24 Gallery, undated
25 Gallery Auction 2005
26 Gallery damaged art, undated
27 Gallery Doris Littrell, undated
28 Gallery Estate Sale, May 1997
29 Gallery exterior, undated
30 Geionety, George, undated
31 Hardin, Helen, undated
32 Harjo, Benjamin Jr., undated
33 Ha-So-De, undated
34 Hawk, Jonny, undated
35 Hokeah, undated
36 Hood, Rance, undated
37 Hood, Randy, undated
38 Hunting Horse, undated
39 Inventory sheets, undated
40 Iroquois Whimsies, undated
41 Jewelry, undated
42 Joshua, Lee, undated
43 Kabotie, F., undated
44 Keahbone, Mark, undated
45 Kennedy Grummer, Brenda, undated
46 Larentz, T., undated
47 Lindin, F., undated
48 Linens, undated
49 Little Chief, Barthel, undated
50 Little Thunder, Merlin, undated
16 1 Little Thunder, Merlin, undated
2 Mahoney, Diane, undated
3 Malis, T.E., undated
4 McCabe, Bob, February 1997
5 Miscellaneous, 1989 and undated
6 Momaday, Al, undated
7 Montgomery, Gary, undated
8 Mopope, Stephen, undated
9 Nevaquaya, Doc Tate, undated
10 Padilla, Fernando Jr., undated
11 Pottery, undated
12 Pratt, Charles, undated
13 Pratt, Harvey, undated
14 Rabbit, Bill, undated
15 Redbird, Robert
16 Red Corn, Jim, undated
17 Red Star, Kevin, undated
18 Romanose, Pauline, undated
19 Rugs, undated
20 Rutledge, Cathy, undated
21 Sculpture, undated
22 Seabourn, Bert, undated
23 Seabourn, Connie, 1986-1988 and undated
17 1 Silver Moon, undated
2 Shawl, undated
3 Straughn, Clayton, undated
4 Stroud, Virginia, undated
5 Sweezy, Carl, undated
6 Tohoma, Quincy, undated
7 Taylor, Robert, undated
8 Tiger, Jerome, undated
9 Tone Pa Hote, undated
10 Toppah, H., undated
11 Tsa Toke, Lee, undated
12 Tsa Toke, Monroe, undated
13 Tso Ye Mu, undaed
14 Tsosie, Randeau, undated
15 Unknown, undated
16 Vigil, Paul, undated
17 Wah-pah-nah-yah “West, Dick,” undated
18 Watchetaker, Woogie, undated
19 Waterman, undated
20 Williams, David, undated
21 Woodring, Carl, undated
Photograhs of sold artworks
22 Abeyta, Tony, undated
23 Adee, undated
24 Aitson, Rich, undated
25 Annelsey, Robert, undated
26 Anquoe, Jack, undated
27 Archilta, Clara, undated
28 Armstrong, Gopher, 1999 and undated
29 Asah, Spencer, undated
30 Atencis, Gilbert, undated
31 Auchiah, James
32 Bales, Jean E., undated
33 Balink, Henry, undated
34 Baskets, undated
35 Beadwork, undated
36 Beaver, Amos, undated
37 Beaver, Fred, undated
38 Begay, Charlie, undated
39 Begay, Harrison, undated
40 Belindo, Dennis, undated
41 Benham, Jay, undated
42 Big Bow, Woody, undated
43 Biggoose, M., undated
44 Blackmoon “Riddles, Leonard,” undated
45 Blackowl, Archie, undated
46 Blankets, undated
47 Blue Eagle, Acee, undated
18 1 Bocock, Lee, undated
2 Bosin, Blackbear, undated
3 Buffalo, Bonnie, undated
4 Cannon, T.C., undated
5 Chaddleson, Sherman
6 Chee, Robert, undated
7 Creepingbear, Bobby, undated
8 Crumbo, Woody, undated
9 Daughters of the Earth show, undated
10 Denetsosie, H., undated
11 Dick, Cecil, undated
12 Dolls, undated
13 Eckewaudah, Tennyson, undated
14 Geionety, George, undated
15 Glass, Bill, undated
16 Goodbear, Paul, undated
17 Gorman, R.C., undated
18 Grummer, Brenda, undated
19 Haney, Bill, undated
20 Kelly Haney, Enoch
21 Hardin, Helen, undated
22 Harjo, Benjamin, Jr.
23 Ha So Ge, undated
24 Hawk, Jonny, undated
25 Hessing, Val Jean, undated
26 Hill, Joan, undated
27 Hill, Michael, undated
28 History, undated
29 Hokeah, Jack, undated
30 Hood, Larry, undated
31 Hood, Rance, undated
32 Horsechief, Daniel, undated
33 Houser, Allan, undated
34 Iroquois Whimsies, undated
35 Jacobs, Muro, undated
36 Jim, Clifford, undated
37 Jones, Ruth Blalock, undated
38 Joshua, Lee, undated
39 Kabotie, Fred, undated
40 Kiowa, Pueblo, and Pueblo portfolio
41 Larson, Mike, undated
42 Lee, Charlie, undated
43 Little Chief, Barthell, undated
44 Little Raven, Ben, undated
45 Little Thunder, Merlin, undated
19 1 Little Thunder, Merlin, undated
2 Lorentz, Truman, undated
3 Mails, Thomas, undated
4 Masks, undated
5 Material culture, undated
6 Medina, Rafael, undated
7 Mexican folk art, undated
8 Miscellaneous, undated
9 Momaday, Stephen and Al, undated
10 Montgomery, Gary, undated
11 Momope, Stephen, undated
12 Muno, Rich, undated
13 Murdock, Cecil, undated
14 Nailor, Gerald, undated
15 Nevaquaya, Doc Tate, undated
20 1 Nevaquaya, Doc Tate, undated
2 Nevaquaya, Tim, undated
3 Ortiz, Mata, undated
4 Osti, Jane, undated
5 Pa Hote, Tone, undated
6 Padilla, Fernando Jr., undated
7 Pate, Carol, undated
8 Pena, Amada, undated
9 Pena, Tonita, undated
10 Pochoir, undated
11 Poleonema, Otis, undated
12 Porter, John, undated
13 Pottery, undated
14 Pratt, Charlie, undated
15 Pratt, Harvey, undated
16 Rabbit, Bill, undated
17 Redbird, Robert, undated
18 Red Star, Kevin, undated
19 Roye, Paladine, undated
20 Rugs, undated
21 Sculpture, undated
22 Seabourn, Bert, undated
23 Seabourn, Connie, undated
24 Silver Moon, undated
25 Spybuck, Ernest, undated
26 Stroud, Virginia, undated
27 Sweezy, Carl, undated
28 Tahoma, Quincy, undated
21 1 Taylor, Robert, undated
2 Thompson Smith, Shirley, undated
3 Tiger, Jerome, undated
4 Tiger, Jonny, undated
5 Tointeyh, Patrick, undated
6 Topah, Herman, undated
7 Tsa Toke, Lee, undated
8 Tsa Toke, Monroe, undated
9 Tse Ye Mu, undated
10 Tsireh, Awa, undated
11 Turkey, Moses, undated
12 Vann, Donald, undated
13 Velarde, Pablita, undated
14 Vigil, Paul, undated
15 Wachetaker, George, undated
16 Walker Rosex, Jeannie, undated
17 Wesley, Tiller, undated
18 West, Dick, undated
19 White Buffalo, undated
20 White Deer, Gary, undated
21 Whiteshield, Ardena, undated
22 Williams, David, undated
23 Yazz, Beatien, undated
24 Yazzie, Gary, undated
Slides
Artists
22 1 Blackowl, Archie, undated
2 Creepingbear, Mirac, undated
3 Harjo, Benjamin Jr., undated
4 Joshua, Lee, undated
5 Meyers, Gary, undated
6 Montgomery, Gary, undated
7 Nevaquaya, Doc Tate, undated
8 Peyote, undated
9 Redbird, Robert, undated
10 Ragon, undated
11 Rabbit, William, undated
12 Rutledge, Cathy, undated
13 Seabourn, Bert, undated
14 Shtone, Shanon, undated
15-17 Stroud, Virginia, undated
18 Wood, Randy, undated
19 Animals
20 Baskets
21 Beadwork
Gallery dated
22 1967-1969
23-24 1970
25-27 1971
28 1972
29-30 1973
31 1982
32 Gallery undated
23 1 Gallery undated
2 Indians
3 Indian Paintings
Landscapes dated
4 1967
5-6 1968
7-8 1969
9 1970
10 1974
11 1975
12 1983
13-14 Landscape undated
15 Miscellaneous
16-17 Named slides
Paintings dated
18 1970
19-20 1971
21 1973
22 1981
24 1 1983
2-3 Paintings undated
People dated
4 1967
5-7 1968
8 1969
9 1970
10 1971
11 1977
12 1981
13-14 People undated
15 Potential acquisitions
16 Pottery
17 Sculpture
Transparencies
26 2 Annesley, Robert, undated
3 Belindo, Dennis, undated
4 Blackowl, Archie, undated
5 Bocock, Lee, undated
6 Chaddleson, Sherman, undated
7 Creepingbear, Mirac, undated
8 Harjo, Benjamin, undated
9 Ha-So-De, undated
10 Kennedy Grummer, Brenda, undated
11 Little Thunder, Merlin, undated
12 Montgomery, Gary, undated
13 Nevaquaya, Doc Tate, undated
14 Padilla, Fernando Jr., undated
15 Publicity materials, undated
16 Rabbit, William, undated
17 Redbird, Robert, undated
18 Stroud, Virginia, undated
19 Taylor, Robert, undated
20 Tiger, Jerome, undated
21 Unknown, undated
22 Watchetaker, Woogie, undated
23 White Buffalo, undated
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