Anasazi Petroglyphs, Monument Valley
Photograph © Marcia Keegan
Marcia Keegan. Mother Earth, Father Earth: Pueblo and Navajo Indians of the Southwest. Clear light Publishers, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1974, 1988

AIRORF’s 2002 fundraising card
Photograph © Marilyn Youngbird, Hidatsa/Arikara, 2001; Models: Jessica Grinnell and Zaysha Amari Grinnell, Hidatsa
Marilyn Youngbird, a tribal member of the Arikara and Hidatsa Nations, is a renowned holistic health care practitioner, teacher, and lecturer who has presented cultural sensitivity training seminars and traditional Native American holistic health care workshops in the United States, Bosnia Herzegovina, Japan, Croatia, Canada, Sweden, and Russia. Marilyn has been a Trustee of the American Indian Ritual Object Repatriation Foundation since 1993.

Buffalo Herd, Taos Pueblo, 1970
Photograph © Marcia Keegan
M.K. Keegan and Frontier Photographers. Enduring Culture: A Century of Photography, of the Southwest Indians, Clear Light Publishers, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1990.

AIRORF’s 1998 fundraising card
Mountain Spirit Dancer, Allan Houser, Chiricahua Apache, 1993
Photo: courtesy of the Allan Houser Foundation
Allan Houser (1914 -1994) became famous throughout North America and Europe for his bold statements in stone and bronze. A Fort Sill survivor of the Warm Springs Chiricahua Apache tribe, Allan Houser was immersed in the history and community of Indian Peoples. He was an illustrator of books and a painter in gauche, watercolor, oil and acrylic. Allan Houser received the National Medal for the Arts, in 1992.