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This stereograph features a Navijo family seated on the ground outside of their home while eating a meal. A dog is laying on the ground beside a woman and a horse is standing behind the home. Their home, a hogan, appears to be built of wooden poles and sticks, grass and weeds. An empty expanse of desert is beyond the hogan. The publisher's name is printed on either end of the images. The title of the images and copyright are printed long the bottom right edge. The back of the stereograph provides some history and information on the Navajo nation and their homes.
Underwood and Underwood
Navajo families; Hogans
Mississippi State University Libraries, Archives and Special Collections Division, Manuscripts Unit, Lucius Marion Lampton, MD Historical Images Collection, Americana Collection, Stereographs
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At Breakfast--Typical Desert Home of Navajo Indians, Southwest Arizona, Lucius Marion Lampton, MD Historical Images Collection, Archives and Special Collections Department, Mississippi State University