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A set of 19 mounted photographs of Vroman's trip to Arizona in 1895, on which he wrote, on the verso, a personal journal of this trip. Vroman’s traveling companions were Horatio N. Rust, Mrs. Thaddeus (Leontine) Lowe, and Charles J. Crandall, who are shown, along with Vroman, at pueblos, and traveling with supplies and wagons. There are several portraits of Native Americans, some identified in Vroman’s captions, as well as scenes of Hopi Indians performing the Snake Dance at Walpi, Arizona, and also views of the Petrified Forest. On the verso of the mounted prints is Vroman’s handwritten journal of the trip. This journal has been transcribed.
19 photographs ; 21.5 x 26.5 cm (8 1/2 x 10 1/2 in.)
Arizona--Photographs Camping--1900-1910. (lctgm) Crandall, C. J., 1855-1935--Photographs Rust, Horatio N. (Horatio Nelson), 1828-1906--Photographs Vroman, A. C. (Adam Clark), 1856-1916--Photographs Indians of North America--Southwest, New--Photographs Travel--1880-1900. (lctgm) Travelers--West (U.S.)--19th century--Photographs Women travelers--United States Photographs. (aat)