Land of Many Hands: Women in the American West

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Amon Carter Museum, Fort Worth, Texas, ©1979, gift of the Estate of Laura Gilpin: 29 (P1979.95.89); courtesy Arizona Historical Society/Tucson: 131 (AHS 62727); Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming: 6 (Vincent Mercaldo Collection), 70 (gift of WinchesterWestern Division, Olin Corporation); California Historical Society: 67 (FN-I8240); California State Library: 65; Church of Latter-Day Saints: 56; Cincinnati Historical Society: 159 (B-93-216); courtesy Colorado Historical Society: 42 (WPA577), 92 (F14538), 104 (F39095), 168 (F39096); Denver Public Library, Western History Collection: 59 (F36887), 60 (F6510), 84 (F28703), 90 (F20883), 95 (F23298), 172 (F48301); Huntington Library, San Marino, California: 37; Kansas State Historical Society: 106, 125, 128, 154; Library of Congress: 33, 53; Gilbert Wilson, Minnesota Historical Society: 24; Montana Historical Society: 108, 112; Montana State University, Picture Collection, Merrill G. Burlingame Special Collections: 117; courtesy Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, M. & M. Karolik Collection: 88; courtesy Museum of New Mexico: 19 (photo by Ben Wittick, neg. no. 16044), 21 (photo by Jesse L. Nusbaum, neg. no. 61712), 31 (photo by Edward S. Curtis, neg. no. 143722), 96 (neg. no. 31499); Nevada Historical Society: 175; Oregon Historical Society: 76 (ORH 5231 #838), 116 (ORH 21876 #889), 134 (ORH 23608 #113-A); San Francisco Women Artists: 150; National Anthropological Archives, Smithsonian Institution: 16; Sophienburg Archives: 80, 163; photo courtesy South Dakota State Historical Society, State Archives: 142; Springville Museum of Art, Utah: cover; photos courtesy State Historical Society of Iowa, Iowa City: 9, 100, 103, 119, 137, 148, 170; State Historical Society of North Dakota: 2, 47; State Historical Society of Wisconsin: cover inset (WHi/V2/1154); courtesy Stevens County Historical Society, Colville, Washington: 13; photos courtesy University of Nevada, Las Vegas Library: 139 (Maurine and Fred Wilson Collection, # 0014-0141), 166 (Nevada Historical Society Collection, #003-0007); Western History Collections, University of Oklahoma: 132, 153; American Heritage Center, University of Wyoming: 48, 58, 73; © Utah State Historical Society, all rights reserved, used by permission: 161; Woolaroc Museum, Bartlesville, Oklahoma: 40.

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