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This archival collection documents the activities of the Indian Fair Committee in Santa Fe, New Mexico when they operated the annual Indian Fair, the precursor to the Santa Fe Indian Market. The original Indian Fair was created to showcase Native art and culture, primarily Pueblo pottery. Although the Fair started in 1922, these records cover the period from 1928 to 1931, when the Indian Fair Committee was formed after the separation from the Museum of New Mexico and the Santa Fe Fiesta. Key committee members included Kenneth Chapman, Margretta Dietrich, and Martha Root. The documents produced by the committee, both handwritten and typed, consist of business correspondence, pamphlets, flyers, and financial records.
Cite as: Indian Fair Records, School for Advanced Research Library, Santa Fe, NM.
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