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Tucson, Sonora.

Grand Canyon, Arizona

View of a group of Mohaves in a brush hut, one man very emaciated, entitled

The Colorado river and Ehrenburg, Arizona.

View of Pueblo dwelling.

The Grand Canyon, Arizona

Colorado River from Buckskin Falls

Num-pay-ya,

At breakfast--a typical desert home of the Navajo Indians, Navajo reservation, Arizona.

Street scene at Oribay.

View entitled

Behold the realm where Colorado flows!" Grand Canyon, Arizona, U. S. A.

Group of Navajoe Indians

The Battleship Iowa and North Wall. Grand Canon [Cañon] of Arizona.

Arizona Indian.

Behold what God hath wrought! Grand Canyon of Arizona, U. S. A.

Colorado River from Buckskin Falls

Apaches on the war path.

Chasm in the desert of Arizona

On the brink of a tremendous precipice, Grand View Trail, Grand Canyon, Ariz., U. S. A.

Grand Canyon, Arizona

The Rim Trail, Grand View, Grand Canyon, Arizona

South to the picturesque village of Wolpi [Walpi], first mesa, Hopi Indian Reservation, Arizona.

View of Pueblo dwelling.

The Grand Canyon, Arizona

[Portrait of two Yuma men in western clothing.]

Montezuma's well

Grand Canyon, Arizona

View of the Grand Canon [Cañon] of the Colorado, Arizona.

Crossing the Lower Plateau towards the Colorado River, Grand View Trail, Grand Cañon of Arizona

Portrait of an Apache, named

[Studio portrait of Hesh-pid-die with feather headress and holding a rifle.]

Creek running along the base of a rock wall

Apaches on the war path.

Cave dwellings near Beaver Creek.

A native Indian of Arizona.

The Grand Canyon, Arizona

Arizona Indians.

The mask of Kachina (Hopi Indians "rain maker"), village of Shonghopavi, Arizona.

[Studio portrait of Hesh-pid-die with feather headress and holding a rifle.]

One mile of Bright Angel Trail. Grand Canyon of Arizona.

Studio portrait of

Grand Canon [Cañon] of the Colorado

[Portrait of two Yuma men in western clothing.]

A native Indian of Arizona.

The Kachina dance to the rain-god, Hopi Indian village, Shonghopavi, Arizona.

The Kachina dance to the rain-god, Hopi Indian village, Shonghopavi, Arizona.

South to the picturesque village of Wolpi [Walpi], first mesa, Hopi Indian Reservation, Arizona.

Arizona Indian.

Grand Canon [Cañon] of the Colorado

Montezuma's well

Overlooking the Grand Canyon of the Colorado, Arizona, U. S. A.

Colorado River from Buckskin Falls

Behold the realm where Colorado flows!" Grand Canyon, Arizona, U. S. A.

Arizona Indian.

The mighty torrent of the Colorado River in the Grand Canon [Cañon] of Arizona, U. S. A.

A "big injin" of Arizona.

O'Neills Point, Grand Canyon of the Colorado, Arizona, U. S. A.

Surprise Valley near Colorado River

The Moquis at home, Arizona.

Chasm in the desert of Arizona

The Battleship Iowa and North Wall. Grand Canon [Cañon] of Arizona.

Chiefs at Verde Reservation, Arizona.

Grand Canyon near Kanab wash, 5000 ft.

Apache Indian.

Crossing the Lower Plateau towards the Colorado River, Grand View Trail, Grand Cañon of Arizona

View of Navajos in front of their dwelling.

The mighty torrent of the Colorado River in the Grand Canon [Cañon] of Arizona, U. S. A.

Behold what God hath wrought! Grand Canyon of Arizona, U. S. A.

Grand Canon [Cañon] of the Colorado

The mask of Kachina (Hopi Indians "rain maker"), village of Shonghopavi, Arizona.

Colorado River from Buckskin Falls

The Colorado river and Ehrenburg, Arizona.

On the brink of a tremendous precipice, Grand View Trail, Grand Canyon, Ariz., U. S. A.

View of a group of Mohaves in a brush hut, one man very emaciated, entitled

On the brink of a tremendous precipice, Grand View Trail, Grand Canyon, Ariz., U. S. A.

Studio portrait of

Portrait of an Apache, named

View of the Grand Canon [Cañon] of the Colorado, Arizona.

The Moquis at home, Arizona.

The titan of chasms. The Grand Canyon of the Colorado, Arizona

South to picturesque Wolpi, a mesa village of Hopi Indians, Arizona.

A mighty sentinel in a trackless waste, Zoroaster Tower, Grand Cañon of Arizona

Buckskin Falls, Colorado River

Group of Navajoe Indians

Grand Canon [Cañon] of the Colorado

A "big injin" of Arizona.

Cape Horn. 640 ft. below the rim. Grand Canon [Cañon] of Arizona.

Tuba [Toova] and his band on the Moincoppee [Moenkopi].

Num-pay-ya,

Indian girls of the mountains in Arizona.

The Grand Canyon, Arizona.

The Grand Canyon, Arizona.

Cape Horn. 640 ft. below the rim. Grand Canon [Cañon] of Arizona.

[Indian scouts--Camp Verde.]

View of Navajos in front of their dwelling.

Tuba [Toova] and his band on the Moincoppee [Moenkopi].

The Grand Canyon, Arizona

South side of Wolpi, a Moki refuge from the Spanish conqueror, Arizona, U.S.A.

[Indian scouts--Camp Verde.]