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Photograph album of the Hubbell Trading Post.

Photograph album of the Hubbell Trading Post.

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Date: ca. 1910-1920
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82 prints are 9 x 14.5 cm., 7 prints are 8.2 x 8.2 cm. and smaller and are laid in loose.
Photographer(s) unknown.
Blank album pages not digitized.
The Hubbell Trading Post was operated by the Hubbell family at Ganado, Arizona. John Lorenzo Hubbell established the trading post in 1876; his son Roman Hubbell was active in operating the trading post from 1908 until his death in 1957.
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Photographs of the Hubbell Trading Post, Navajo Indian children and adults, Roman Hubbell and his wife, other people around the post, log hogans, a military camp, and the Grand Canyon. With inscribed calling card of the first Mrs. Roman Hubbell laid in.
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1 album (89 photographic prints) : b & w ; 26 x 32 cm.
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Object ID: 10001335
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