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  • Marion Palfi
  • 1907–1978
Biography
Works
Hotevilla, Hopi reservation, Arizona, 1967-69, Dan Katchongva, eldest leader of the Hopi is one hundred and ten years old
Hotevilla, Hopi reservation, Arizona, 1967-69, David Monogje, traditional high leader and high priest of the Hopi with his great-grandchild
Hotevilla, Hopi reservation, Arizona, 1967-69, Hopi clan meeting
Hotevilla, Hopi reservation, Arizona, 1967-69, The way to the Hopi women's gardens
Hotevilla, Hopi reservation, Arizona, 1967-69, View from Hotevilla, a traditional village of the Hopi
Los Angeles, 1967-69
Madera, California, 1967-69, A new arrival for "acculturation" and "relocation"
Navajo, 1967-69, Living "modern" in low cost housing which has neither water or electricity
Navajo, 1967-69, Relocation; leaving home
Navajo, 1967-69, Relocation; The official signing of the papers
Navajo, 1967-69, Relocation; waiting for the papers to be signed
Navajo, 1967-69, The Blue Lake family
San Miguel, a church near Mexican border, 1967-69, Papago; services at San Miguel
Chicago, 1964, School boycott ("Man dreams of himself as a human being then turns and kills his dream." Lillian Smith.)
Washington, D.C., 1964
Greenwood, Mississippi, 1963
Washington, D.C., 1963, March on Washington
New York City, 1956-58 ("Happiness and well adjusted living when we are old is the continuation of the adjustment and happiness we attained when we were younger." Marion Palfi)
New York City, 1956-58 ("Many old men would rather "live" in a flop house." Marion Palfi)
New York City, 1956-58, Old age home
New York, 1956-58 (This woman received $30.00 per month in Social Security benefits. She paid from it her rent and utilities. One dollar was left over on which she lived. She was seeking old age...)
Atlanta, 1949
Atlanta, 1949
Atlanta, 1949
Atlanta, 1949, Peach Street