Southwest Museum: Navajo Textiles: A Book of Postcards
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Pomegranate publisher's 1996 book of 30 postcards in soft covers. "This book of postcards offers a dazzling array of richly hued, intricately patterned textiles made by Navajo people from 1840 through 1970--more than a century's worth of Navajo textile designs selected for their historical significance and accompanied by an informative essay. Included are examples of tapestries, rugs, ponchos, serapes, and blankets of every description, from wearing blankets and chief's blankets to pictorial blankets, transitional blankets, and saddle blankets. All are from the collection of the Southwest Museum in Los Angeles, California. 30 color photographs." Navajo Rugs