New York: Willard Gallery, 1944. Ephemera. VG- (faint vertical fold mark in middle; a line of age toning at top edge of back panel). Small, tri-fold sheet with blue lettering. No illus. Catalogue from the exhibition of May 2-27, 1944. Twenty works under the sections of Creation Myth, Ceremonies, The Navaho, and Dreams. With a brief explanation of The Navaho Creation Myth and a short essay about Oakes and her interest in the Navaho. (Please note: "Navajo" is spelled "Navaho" throughout this catalogue.) Maud Oakes (1903-1990) was an artist, ethnologist and writer who spent her life studying and recording the indigenous cultures of Native American tribes, including the Navajo of the American Southwest and the Mam of Guatemala.
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