Love these Hopi Indian photographs from the 1920's-50's. We are such suckers for color tinted photographs!
Fred Kabotie, a Hopi Pueblo artist (painter and silversmith) who was one of the first students taught painting methods by Elizabeth DeHuff
Married Hopi woman, wrapped in her wedding gown, that was likely woven by her husband. You can tell she is married because her hair is down, not up in the butterfly whorls worn by unmarried Hopi girls.
Hopi Pueblo girls grinding corn on metates
Women weaving in front of the Hopi House constructed at the Grand Canyon by the Fred Harvey Company
all images found here