National Geographic : 1940 Nov
Ji U1uOI 1 iLeougrapL1Lu olubc1 raining Dy w. Langaon i.inn On a Loom Such as Their Ancestors Used, Modern Hopi Men Weave Belts and Sashes Blankets and dress goods are made on larger, vertical looms. Grinding corn at the mealing bin (left) is woman'swork. The small, high windows are the same as were used in prehistoric times. Chili peppers hang on the wall to dry, along with a tanned skin, a kachina doll, and asilver necklace. Atypical Hopi jarand abasket of corn meal stand in the wall niche which serves as a shelf. The child plays with a kachina doll, sometimes used in tribal ceremonials.