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    • Master Property Record Parcel: 0000-05054-021-00

    • This card represents parcel number 0000-05054-021-00 of the Denver Assessor's Office Master Property Records. Each file may contain several cards with different section of the parcel.
    • Denver (Colo.). Dept. of Finance. Assessment Division.
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    • Woman making pottery, Moki Pueblo

    • A view of a Native American (Hopi) woman potter on the Hopi Indian Reservation in Arizona. She is seated on the ground and holds a partially constructed coil pot. She wears wrapped braids, a long dress, a manta, and a shawl. Pottery on the ground...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Mrs. Minnie Size, N. Mex.

    • A portrait of Tzu-Chey (Mrs. Minnie Size), a Native American woman (Laguna), she balances a large olla on her head at the Laguna Indian Reservation in New Mexico. She wears a printed scarf over he head, bead, turquoise, and silver necklaces, hoop...
    • Jackson, William Henry, 1843-1942.
    • [between 1890 and 1910?]
    • Modern pueblo, Zuni

    • A Native American (Zuni) woman and child wear woven blankets and pose beside an adobe structure at Zuni, New Mexico. A building has a window, a wooden framed doorway, and a chimney pot and gutter on the roof. Pumpkin or squash plants are on the...
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • [between 1879 and 1882?]
    • Penitentes

    • Hermanos Penitentes stand gathered on a hillside beside a man wrapped in cloth and bound to an upright wooden cross on Good Friday in probably near Isleta Pueblo in Bernalillo County, New Mexico. The men wear sack coats or vests and slacks, two men...
    • Lummis, Charles Fletcher, 1859-1928.
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    • Zuni Indian girl, with water olla

    • A young Native American (Zuni) woman, in a headband, manta, wrapped moccasins and with an olla (an earthenware jug) on her head, poses probably at Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico. Shows an adobe building nearby.
    • O'Sullivan, Timothy H., 1840-1882.
    • 1873
    • Meal wagon, woman & baby

    • A woman holds a baby in her lap while she stirs the contents of a large jar (pottery). She is seated in front of a meal wagon; in front of her is a log, debris and a coffee pot.
    • Buckwalter, Harry H.
    • [between 1900 and 1910]
    • General view of Zuni

    • Panoramic view of Native American (Zuni) pueblos in New Mexico. Shows people gathered around adobe, multi-level structures in the distance. Wooden sticks form corral fences near the dwellings. Probably burros graze nearby. Timber ladders and...
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • [between 1879 and 1881?]
    • Zuni, looking S.E.

    • Panoramic view of the Native American, Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico. Shows rooftops of adobe and stone buildings with timber rafters (vigas), windows, chimneys and ladders. A woven rug and pottery are near a rooftop entrance. People and a tree are...
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • [between 1879 and 1881?]
    • Terraced houses, Zuni

    • View of Native American (Zuni) adobe and stone, multi-story pueblos at Zuni Pueblo, New Mexico. Dwellings have timber ladders, rooftop entrances, chimney pots and timber rafters (vigas). Ristras, corn, pottery and animal skins are beside buildings.
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • [between 1879 and 1881?]
    • The Governor's House, Zuni

    • A Native American boy (Zuni) wears a woven shirt and leggings and poses beside a timber ladder and adobe and stone pueblo walls and buildings at Zuni, New Mexico. The structure identified as the "Governor's House" has a wooden framed doorway and...
    • Hillers, John K., 1843-1925.
    • [between 1879 and 1881?]
    • Jar

    • A Native American jar found in Montezuma, Colorado. The jar was used to carry water, and feature a flared rim and a handle strap. The designs on the jar are hatching, turkey foot tracks and a key.
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    • [between 1000 and 1300]
    • Despondency

    • Vase made by Artus Van Briggle. The vase is an inverted baluster shape with a curved shoulder, tapered circular base, a lip and a figure draped over the top lip. The glaze is matte green and the base has an etched carved signature.
    • Van Briggle, Artus.
    • 1901
    • Ceremonial bowl

    • Native American (Zuni) earthenware ceremonial bowl used as a prayer meal bowl; stepped rim with a tadpole design in brown and red paint over white slip.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]
    • Ceremonial canteen

    • Native American (Zuni) earthenware ceremonial canteen with heads and handles; painted dark brown, red-brown on white-brown slip in a feather, scallop and floral pattern.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]
    • Jar

    • Native American (Laguna) earthenware jar with triangle, hatched band, and inverted swastika design; brown, orange and red paint over cream color with red interior.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]
    • Jar

    • Native American (Zuni) earthenware jar with terrace design in brown and red paint over cream slip.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]
    • Bowl

    • Native American (Zuni) bowl with triangle, stepped, and rainbird patterns in brown, black, and red paint over cream color.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]
    • Bowl

    • Native American (Zuni) bowl with sculpted frogs, black on cream color; found in the Aztec-Farmington region, New Mexico.
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    • [between 1870 and 1890]
    • Bowl

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni) bowl decorated with design elements including Half terrace dashes, triangles, white circles, hatching and half step frets. It has red, brown and white coloring, a red base and a red interior.
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    • [between 1890 and 1915]
    • Ceremonial bowl

    • A pottery Native American Zuni Indian prayer meal bowl. Images of birds, frogs, triangles and scrolls are painted on with brown and red on white slip.
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    • [between 1800 and 1850]
    • Jar

    • A Native American Zuni Indian jar with images of frogs and birds; designs elements include crooks, triangles and other geometric shapes. The images are painted on in colors of red, brown and dark brown. The jar is a molded pottery piece.
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    • [between 1900 and 1920]
    • Olla

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni) Olla (Water jar). It has a constricted neck and black and red on cream coloring. Designs painted on the olla include Rainbird, scroll, stepped line, terrace, hatching, framing line and triangle.
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    • [between 1880 and 1900]
    • Jar

    • Shows a Native American (Zuni) Redware jar with a high shoulder; geometric zoned X and V designs are painted in white, black and red slip.
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    • [between 1880 and 1920]

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