An artificial collection of photographs related to Native Americans assembled by the Heard Museum. See component descriptions for more information.
Arranged alphabetically by tribe. Order imposed by the archivist.
Patrons must obtain written permission to reproduce or publish photographs of the Heard Museum's holdings. Images must be reproduced in accordance with the policy of Heard Museum and under its guidelines. The Heard Museum reserves the right to refuse reproduction of its holdings and to impose such conditions as it may deem advisable in its sole and absolute discretion in the best interests of the museum.
Reproduction, publication, or exhibition of this work must include the following credit in proximity to the image or in a special section of credits: Historical Photographs Collection, Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona.
Copyright to the works of art is held by the artist, their heirs, assignees, or legates. Copyright to the copy photography and records created by Heard Museum staff is held by the Heard Museum. Requests to reproduce, publish, or exhibit a photograph of an art works requires permissions of the artist and the museum.
An artificial collection from a variety of sources assembled by the Museum.
Finding aid prepared by Isabel McIntosh, 1995, available in the Library and on the Internet at
Heard Museum Library - Call 602-252-8840 for information
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