Book Description

6 Black and White original photographs 19.5cm. x 24.5 cm (mounted 27.5 cm. x 35.5 cm.) Circ 1920. Provenance: all from Parkhurst's original copyright. Talcott Harmon Parkhurst (1883-1952) was a regional New Mexican photographer. His negatives are archived at the Palace of the Govenors Museum in Sante Fe, New Mexico. Portraits include: ''Basket Maker'', ''Navajo Singer'', ''Chief'', ''Navajo Girl'', second ''Navajo Chief'', and an unknown lady in costume. Near fine condition. Scarce and collectable.
Author Talcott Harmon Parkhurst
Date 1920
Condition Near Fine

Price: £1250.00

Offered by Pete Fry

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