Digitized resources selected primarily from the archival collections in the Billie Jane Baguley Library and Archives.
Detailed repository guides of nearly 400 archival research collections held by the Billie Jane Baguley Library and Archives. The guides are presented as PDFs.
Selected resources chiefly from the Native American Artists Resource Collection of the Billie Jane Baguley Library and Archives, Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona. The Native American Artists Resource Collection contains biographical information on over 25, 000 American Indian Artists. In addition, artist-related resources from research …
Resources on the activities of the Heard Museum including its exhibitions, programs, events, and publications as well as resources on its history, staff, and members.
Resources on the Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair including its activites, juried competitions, market and participants. Digital collection is under development with a limited number of resources at this time. Check back or sign up for a RSS feed on this collection.
The Digital Library represents a virtual selection from the Heard Museum archives and art collection. The Heard Museum has an extensive collection of art, documentary and photographic works on American Indians with an emphasis on Indigenous people in the Greater Southwest.
The Heard Museum, founded in Phoenix, Arizona in 1929, is a non-profit cultural institution dedicated to educating the public about the arts, heritage and life ways of the Indigenous peoples of the Americas, with an emphasis on American Indian tribes of the Southwest.
The Heard Museum requests your help in identifying the people, places, and activities in photographs from the Phoenix Indian School. The photographs cover several decades from the school's history.
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If you see a photo you can contribute information to, please click on the word "COMMENTS" located at the bottom of the record for each photograph to share your information.
The Masterworks Series of exhibits and accompanying catalogs (“Hold Everything,” “BeDazzled,” and “So Fine”) by the Heard Museum brought Native voices to the interpretation of its collections by inviting American Indian artists to serve as guest curators for each exhibit. This online Masterworks Series links the artwork featured in the three exhibits and catalogs with selected archival holdings on each artist in the Heard Museum Billie Jane Baguley Library and Archives.
The Masterworks Arts and Artists Series is generously funded by the National Endowment for the Arts.
All requests to reproduce materials from the Heard Museum Digital Library require a completed Request for Reproductions/Application for Permission to Publish form. The applicant agrees to abide by all terms, conditions and provisions of this agreement.
Requests to reproduce art objects from the Heard Museum Art Collection should be directed to the Curatorial Department.
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