Sharing the past

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Sharing the past

Fort Lewis College exhibit on loan at Santa Fe museum
A visitor prepares to examine more than 100 years of Navajo weaving in The Durango Collection at the Wheelwright Museum in Santa Fe. The exhibit is on loan to the museum by the Fort Lewis College Center of Southwest Studies.
Formal Navajo women’s wear is displayed in The Durango Collection at the Wheelwright Museum in Santa Fe.
D.Y. Begay dressed the mannequins of The Durango Collection to authentically portray how the clothing was worn.
If you go

“The Durango Collection,” through April 14 at the Wheelwright Museum of the American Indian, 704 Camino Lejo, Santa Fe. Hours: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. Free Admission and parking. Call (505) 982-4636 or visit www.wheelwright.org for more information.

Sharing the past

A visitor prepares to examine more than 100 years of Navajo weaving in The Durango Collection at the Wheelwright Museum in Santa Fe. The exhibit is on loan to the museum by the Fort Lewis College Center of Southwest Studies.
Formal Navajo women’s wear is displayed in The Durango Collection at the Wheelwright Museum in Santa Fe.
D.Y. Begay dressed the mannequins of The Durango Collection to authentically portray how the clothing was worn.
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