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Description
Slides. Copy slides of southwest Indians, ca. 1900-1905. Many of these are similar to Adam Clark Vroman photographs (see P-1).
Background
From the website National Anthropological Archives and Human Studies Film Archives of an entry titled: Photographs of the Southwest by Homer E. Hoopes - "Hoopes, a druggist of Media, Pennsylvania, apparently made the photographs on an excursion of a camera club that included A. Clark Vroman. Some of his photographs, platinum prints in this album, are similar or virtually identical to those of other club members." (1902)
Extent
.4 linear feet (Boxes: letter)
Restrictions
Permission to publish, quote or reproduce must be secured from the repository and the copyright holder. In addition culturally-sensitive materials, including photographs of ceremonies and sacred places of Native Americans, are restricted in their use and are not available for reproduction or publication.
Availability
Research is by appointment only