Whiteriver Elementary School, Whiteriver, Arizona

Originally Published in 1995

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These photographs were taken by students in a photography club led by Mr. William Golladay. The students used a Pentax K-1000 35mm camera and did their own developing and printing.

“I go to photography club on Wednesdays after school. We come to the library. That’s where our photography teacher is at. We go places like fort Apache, East Fork, and Canyon Day. Photography ends at 5:oo pm.” – Lindsey Fall (White Mountain Apache)

“Mr. Golladay taught us how to use a twin-lens reflex. The camera was easy to use on a tripod.” – Jaya Tessay (White Mountain Apache)

 

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"Whiteriver Elementary School, Whiteriver, Arizona." Expedition Magazine 37, no. 1 (March, 1995): -. Accessed April 18, 2024. https://www.penn.museum/sites/expedition/whiteriver-elementary-school-whiteriver-arizona/


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