Found in 13 Collections and/or Records:
Professional papers of Howard M. Bahr and Kathleen S. Bahr, including research and data on sociology of the family and gender roles, the sociology of religion and in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, and Native American studies, particularly Navajo employment. Includes raw data computer printouts, surveys and analysis of research results, final reports, presentation materials, research notes, and transcribed interviews. Materials dated 1960-2019.
Contains newsletters to affiliates of the center. The newsletters pertain to recent activity and events of the center.
Contains newsletters and research reports from studies conducted by the center. The reports were conducted on Navajo small businesses, Utah businesses, and small businesses.
Contains reports from Navajo small businesses that were associated with the center. The reports pertain to the research studies that were conducted by individuals from the center about the Navajo Indians.
Contains three motion pictures that were used as information resources by the Dean of Students' Office. Includes a documentary on Mexican Indians entitled "The Tarahumara" done by James Dearden for the Multicultural Educational Department; a documentary entitled "Beauty Before Me: Navajo Weavers" done by Michael Van Wagenen and Shaun Jorgensen; and a drama entitled "A Different Drum" done by Wetzel Whitaker.
Contains 22 original photographic prints of Native Americans taken by Harmon Percy Marble between 1911 and 1926, when he worked for the Government Indian Service. Several different tribes are photographed including the Navajo, Menominee, and Hopi. The only state identified as the location of these photos is Arizona.