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Arizona State Museum Donald Cordry Photographs of Mexican Indian Costumes

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Cultures +3 Age Levels Middle School (13 to 15 years old), High School (16 to 18 years old)

The Donald B. Cordry collection contains photographs of Mexican mask-makers and textile weavers. Many of these photographs appear in his two books Mexican Masks and Mexican Indian Costumes.

Huipil

Jannelle Weakly

Zapotecan Woman

Cordry, Donald

Zapotec Girl

Donald Cordry

"Huipil de Tapar"

Donald Cordry

Zoque Woman

Donald Cordry

Woman of Tepetotutla

Donald Cordry

Amusgo Woman & Child

Donald Cordry

Huipil

Jannelle Weakly

Huipil

Jannelle Weakly

Huipil

Jannelle Weakly

Huipil

Jannelle Weakly

Huipil

Jannelle Weakly

Huipil

Jannelle Weakly

Huipil

Jannelle Weakly

Huipil

Jannelle Weakly

Quechquemitl

Jannelle Weakly

Quechquemitl

Jannelle Weakly

Quechquemitl

Jannelle Weakly

Quechquemitl

Jannelle Weakly

Back Strap Loom

Donald Cordry

Zapotec Woman

Donald Cordry

Zoque Skirt Weaver

Donald Cordry

Girl Weaving

Donald Cordry

Wool Skirt Weaver I

Donald Cordry

Wool Skirt Weaver II

Donald Cordry

Mother's Urdidor

Donald Cordry

Woman Weaving Huipil

Donald Cordry

Woman and Children, I

Donald Cordry

Aztec Woman

Donald Cordry

Totonac Skirt

Donald Cordry

Woman in Costume

Donald Cordry

Tetelcingo, Morelos

Donald Cordry

Dressed for Church

Donald Cordry

Mestizo Woman

Donald Cordry

Woman's Costume

Donald Cordry

Preparing Hair Dye

Donald Cordry

Woman Dyeing Hair

Donald Cordry