Desert Magazine December 1948 Navajo Trader Toney Richardson Artists of Scottsdale
December 1948 issue of The Desert Magazine. Articles include:
- "Artists of Scottsdale" by Christine B. MacKenzie profiles many of the artists working in Scottsdale in the 1940s, including Wes Segner, founder of the Segner Craft Village; Lloyd Kiva New, who went on to play an important role in the development of contemporary Native American fashion design; painter Marjorie Thomas; Raymond Phillips Sanderson; cartoonist Bob Petley; and Lew E. Davis.
- "Pioneer Trader to the Navajo" by Toney Richardson chronicles the history of Hermann Wolf, who built and ran the earliest trading post established in western Navajo country.
- "Desert Trails" by Marshal South, one in a series written by the noted artist, writer, and poet about his life atop Ghost Mountain in California
Edge and corner wear on covers, small tear along binding edge of cover, cover staining; one page torn loose from the binding, included loose in the magazine.
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