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Indian Family of the California Desert
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16mm color film reel entitled Indian Family of the California Desert. Portrays early Cahuilla life, as narrated by Katherine Siva Saubel. Produced by the University of Arizona at Tucson. Educational Horizons, 1964. Made by Cynthia Chapman. Released by Encyclopaedia Britannica Educational Corp., 1967.
16mm film was donated in 2009. The museum subsequently received a National Film Preservation Foundation grant and had the film professionally restored and transferred to digital format by Color Lab.
16mm film
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Collection is open for research.