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Flanders, Dudley P. 1840-

Overview
Works: 3 works in 3 publications in 1 language and 3 library holdings
Roles: Photographer
Most widely held works by Dudley P Flanders
Stereoscopic views of Indians of Arizona( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of the Indians of Arizona, including Apache, Hopi, Navaho, Pueblo and Yuma tribes: includes portraits of individuals and groups, Navaho hogan and loom; views of a Kachina dance including a view of the chief of the dance at the Moki village of Sichomovi; the government well at Oraibi; pueblos and villages include Moqui, Shonghopavi, Mishonginovi and Wolpi and "cave dwellings on Beaver Creek"; a group of Mohaves in a brush hut, one man very emaciated, entitled "Dying Mohave," also shows pottery in foreground; view entitled "Ration Day" showing long lines of Indians in front of buildings; views of individuals include "Dusty Sam," an Apache, holding bow and arrows; Hesh-pid-die with feather headress and holding a rifle; Gar, a scout; Hy-u-la; Num-pay-ya, "a Moqui maiden of the town of Te-qua, N.E. Arizona"; group of men and boys, some men wearing European military clothing and hats, some with painted faces, boys in foreground with bows and arrows, tents with wooden structure over them in background at Verde Reservation. Some views duplicated
Stereoscopic views of Indians of Arizona( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Views of the Indians of Arizona, including Apache, Hopi, Navaho, Pueblo and Yuma tribes: includes portraits of individuals and groups, Navaho hogan and loom; views of a Kachina dance including a view of the chief of the dance at the Moki village of Sichomovi; the government well at Oraibi; pueblos and villages include Moqui, Shonghopavi, Mishonginovi and Wolpi and "cave dwellings on Beaver Creek"; a group of Mohaves in a brush hut, one man very emaciated, entitled "Dying Mohave," also shows pottery in foreground; view entitled "Ration Day" showing long lines of Indians in front of buildings; views of individuals include "Dusty Sam," an Apache, holding bow and arrows; Hesh-pid-die with feather headress and holding a rifle; Gar, a scout; Hy-u-la; Num-pay-ya, "a Moqui maiden of the town of Te-qua, N.E. Arizona"; group of men and boys, some men wearing European military clothing and hats, some with painted faces, boys in foreground with bows and arrows, tents with wooden structure over them in background at Verde Reservation. Some views duplicated
Stereoview collection( Visual )

in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide

Photoprint copies of stereographs from various collections and donations are gathered into this collection and arranged by photographer. The images are found elsewhere in the collections and a finding guide provides locater information. These copy prints allow the researcher to access the stereographs easily as a format and as a collection of certain photographers work. Images depict a wide selection of subjects, places and scenes including views of the Powell and Wheeler Geological Surveys, Carleton Watkin's 1880 visit to Southern Arizona, and images by Tucson photographer Henry Buehman. Photographers included in the collection are E.O. Beaman, William A. Bell, Henry Buehman, J.C. Burge, James Fennimore, Dudley P. Flanders, Camillus Fly, H.A. Hackett, John K. Hillers, Olaf P. Larson, Daniel F. Mitchell, Timothy O'Sullivan, John M. Phillips, George Rothrock, Charles R. Savage, Carleton Watkins, and William Williscraft. There are also images from publishers Continent Stereoscopic Company, Keystone View Company, and Underwood and Underwood as well as images from outside Arizona
 
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