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The collection includes pamphlets, articles, press clipping, mimeographed copies, and hard-to-find items relating to trading and the economic conditions and education on the Navajo Reservation as seen by non-Navajos, mainly in the period 1935-1949. This is the period when Sallie Wagner (then Lippincott) was trader at Wide Ruins Trading Post. Some of the pamphlets or materials are those printed by the U.S.Indian Service. The collection includes Bonnie Youngblood's 1935 report on trading, Morris Burge's 1946 report on trading, Krug's report on a 5 year plan for Navajo economic conditions, a 1949 radio talk on new regulations; a few items from the Rainbow Bridge-Monument Valley Expedition of 1933, many press cllippings and a few complete copies of newspapers: Ahoodilgii (Window Rock), Smoke Signals (Intermountain School, Utah) and the Gallup Independent for August 7, 1951.
There are a few miscellaneous items relating to Santa Fe including a guide by Tommy Mascione; three exhibit catalogues, a photograph album and additional pages of amusing or unusual road or park signs or press clippings. Thre are also a few prints relating to trading at Wide Ruins.
Cite as: Sallie R. Wagner miscellaneous collection, School for Advanced Research, Santa Fe, NM.
Finding aid available.