The Magazine - Indians At Work - 4 Issues - 1934
Four (4) issues of the magazine INDIANS AT WORK – A NEWS SHEET FOR INDAINS AND THE INDIAN SERVICES. Issues are May 15, 1934; July 15, 1934; August 1, 1934 and August 15, 1934. published by the Office of Indian Affairs – Washington, D.C.
1. May 15, 1934. Pict. wraps, stapled binding. 37 pgs. Picts. Contents include articles titled The “Theoretical Year”; Law and Order In The Indian Camps; Indian Emergency Conservation Work At Isleta pueblo; Indian Opinion On The Wheeler-Howard Bill; They Can Stand Freedom Forever; Tribal Action On The Wheeler-Howard Bill; etc. Vg cond.
2. July 15, 1934. Pict. wraps, stapled binding. 40 pgs. Picts. Contents include articles titled Origress Report On The Day School Building Program; A Blackfeet Emissary; The Foster-Child Of Indian Genius; The Fruitland Irrigation Project, Northern Navajo Reservation; Yhe Artists of the Santa Fe School Science Murals; Navajo Surplus Stock; etc. Vg cond.
3. August 1, 1934. Pict. wraps, stapled binding. 40 pgs. Picts. Contents include Architects Model Of The Navajo Council House To Be Built At Nee Alneeng; The First Tribal Capital; IECW Men Fight Fires; Sports In An Indian Emergency Conservation Work Camp; Swinomish Indians Make Plans Under The Wheeler – Howard Bill; The Draught Turns Back The Clock; The Trachoma Program; The Navajo Educational Conference; etc. Several front wrap chips, overall in vg cond.
4. August 15, 1934. Pict. wraps, stapled binding. 39 pgs. Picts. Contents include Reorienting Indian Education and Extension In The Wake of the Wheeler-Howard Act; Indian Homes At Mission Agency; A Study of Cricket Depredations on Fort Hall – An IECW Project; Indian Cook Book; San Carlos Apaches Fight The Drought; etc. Vg cond.
The 4 are $175.00