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INSPIRATION | INNOVATION | INVOLVEMENT 2018 Annual Report


INTRODUCTION

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or 30 years, the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art has achieved a solid track record of success as a vibrant arts and cultural institution in downtown Indianapolis with a national reputation for excellence. Continuing the mission of our founder Harrison Eiteljorg, the Eiteljorg Museum celebrates and showcases the art, history and cultures of Native America and the American West. Throughout the year we focus on creating beautiful art exhibitions and meaningful programming, celebrations, performances and cultural events. Our museum is committed to telling the amazing stories of the West in all its diversity and complexity. Since the Eiteljorg’s opening in 1989, there have been several milestones: the 2005 expansion that doubled the size of the building, the growth of the museum’s endowment to $30 million and counting, the quadrupling of the size of the museum’s collections, the creation of our Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship and our continuing focus to be an outstanding educational institution. We have sought to go beyond the walls of the museum and be more engaged in the community, to be of service to teachers and students and to offer outreach programming to underserved neighborhoods on the Near West Side of Indianapolis. In all these things, the Eiteljorg has been fortunate over the past three decades to enjoy the support of donors, patrons, foundations, members and art collectors, whose generosity has sustained the museum and been a force multiplier for the efforts of our Board of Directors and dedicated staff and volunteers. Some patrons, inspired by beautiful landscape paintings in our collection, seek to financially support acquisitions of new works. Some have remembered the museum in their estate plans or made gifts of stock or real estate. Some are art collectors who have chosen to bequeath their personal art collections to the museum. Some are artists themselves who have donated their works to our collections. Corporations have partnered with the Eiteljorg on mutually beneficial sponsorships. Foundations such as Lilly Endowment Inc. have provided important, reliable support. All have made a difference, and we are honored and tremendously grateful.

Museum founder Harrison Eiteljorg (center, in shirtsleeves) is joined by Native American representatives, artists and local dignitaries at the ceremonial ribbon-cutting that opened the new Eiteljorg Museum, June 24, 1989.

Before-and-after images of the Eiteljorg Museum building designed by architect Jonathan Hess: The museum under construction in 1988-1989, and as it appears today.

Visitors shopped for jewelry and met Native American artists at the museum during the 26th annual Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival on June 23-24, 2018.

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As the Eiteljorg Museum celebrates its 30th birthday in 2019, we are excited about future projects, under our five-year plan, Project 2021. Following the 2018 reinstallation of our Western art galleries, the museum plans to completely renovate the second-floor Native American galleries. Having learned a great deal from creating our special temporary exhibits, we want to apply that experience to redesigning the Native galleries to present objects in more compelling, contextual ways. We will place special emphasis on showcasing the cultures of Indigenous peoples of the Great Lakes region alongside other Native groups of North America. We are particularly grateful to Lilly Endowment Inc., the Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation and Jane and Steve Marmon among others for their support of this initiative. We know that many of our donors also support other worthwhile organizations that make our community an exciting place to live, work and play. In the following pages, we demonstrate how donors’ gifts to the Eiteljorg have resulted in noteworthy achievements. We also make the case for why donors will want to provide new and continuing support. The Eiteljorg Museum’s annual report for 2018 is titled Inspiration, Innovation, Involvement to underscore our mission and the role of our supporters in the museum’s success. Thank you for your past support of the Eiteljorg Museum, and we hope we can count on you in the year ahead.

Families enjoy exploring the stagecoach (above) in the R.B. Annis Western Family Experience interactive gallery in the Eiteljorg Museum’s lower level. Children and parents enjoy new exhibits in the Eiteljorg’s new Western art galleries (right) that were renovated and reinstalled in 2018.

John Vanausdall President and CEO

Mary Beth Braitman Chair, Board of Directors

Eiteljorg President and CEO John Vanausdall, left, and Eiteljorg Board Chair Mary Beth Braitman.

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INSPIRATION

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rom the brushstrokes of a desert landscape painting to the intricate, delicate patterns of Native American beadwork and basketry, the fine art found in the Eiteljorg Museum inspires all who experience it. Generous and loyal donors make it possible to acquire astounding art, present exhibitions, support artists, offer dynamic programs and events such as Indian Market and Festival, connect with diverse audiences, employ a highly professional and experienced museum staff and operate in beautiful facilities.

26TH ANNUAL EITELJORG INDIAN MARKET & FESTIVAL June 23-24, 2018 Attendance: 4,327 More than 100 Native American artists from the U.S. and Canada showed and sold their beautiful fine art, including jewelry, paintings, pottery and basketry. Visitors shopped and enjoyed performances by Native American musicians, dancers and culture-bearers. The 2018 Indian Market and Festival kicked off with the Market Morning Breakfast for art collectors, and awarded nearly $25,000 in cash prizes to artists in the juried art competition. Among those onstage at Indian Market was awardwinning beadwork artist Dana Warrington (Menominee/Prairie Band of Potawatomi) who gave a dance performance with his family (top photo.)

THE REEL WEST March 3, 2018–Feb. 3, 2019 Attendance: 123,627 Featuring film props, interactive film clips and costumes such as the Lone Ranger’s mask, Clint Eastwood’s hat and Gene Autry’s guitar, The Reel West explored how Western movies and TV shows reflect morality, diversity and identity in American culture. The exhibition looked at how women, the LGBT+ community, African Americans, Native Americans, Latinos and Asians were portrayed in Westerns and how portrayals have changed over time. Film screenings, lectures and special programming events rounded out The Reel West.

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INTERWOVEN: NATIVE AMERICAN BASKETRY FROM THE MEL AND JOAN PERELMAN COLLECTION April 14-August 5, 2018 Attendance: 42,552 The exhibit showcased a collection of 147 pristine baskets and woven objects created by Native artists of the western and southwestern U.S., gifted to the museum by renowned civic leaders and philanthropists Mel and Joan Perelman. On June 21, the Perelmans (seen here with Eiteljorg President and CEO John Vanausdall) were honored during a gala at the museum.

HARRY FONSECA: THE ART OF LIVING May 19, 2018-April 21, 2019 Attendance: 118,453 Paintings, prints, drawings, handwritten cards and photographs celebrated the life, art and humor of the influential contemporary Native artist Harry Fonseca (Nisenan Maidu/Hawaiian/Portuguese, 1946-2006), who was an Eiteljorg Fellow in 2005. The art was donated by Fonseca’s partner Harry Nungesser, and some of the works in the exhibit were featured in a companion art catalogue published by the Eiteljorg.

Unknown Apache Artist Olla Basket, 1918 Willow shoot, devil’s claw seed pod, yucca root Gift of Mel and Joan Perelman

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WESTERN PERSPECTIVES: THE ART OF HOWARD POST Sept. 7-Nov. 18, 2018 Attendance: 23,291 13TH ANNUAL QUEST FOR THE WEST ® ART SHOW AND SALE Sept. 9-Oct. 7, 2018 Attendance: 7,272

This special exhibit of paintings by 2017 Quest for the West ® Artist of Distinction Howard Post featured “ranchscapes” depicting horses, corrals and lonely Western highways with bold colors and shadows. The Eiteljorg published a related art catalogue.

Opening weekend of Quest for the West ® on Sept. 7-8, 2018, brought 50 of the nation’s leading Western artists and 300 art collectors to the Eiteljorg for a luck-of-the-draw sale and gala. More than $1 million in Quest art was sold. The stunning paintings and sculptures remained on exhibit for a month for the public to appreciate. The Eiteljorg published a beautiful companion art catalogue, below. Upper left photo: During Quest weekend, artist Gladys Roldan-de-Moras, center, and her daughter, Annie Alegre, left, met Eiteljorg board member L.G. Edwards, right, in front of one of Gladys’ paintings, Reverie. Lower left photo: Volunteer Barbara Bridges greeted attendees.

EDWARD S. CURTIS PHOTOGRAPHY EXHIBIT Dec. 1, 2018-May 19, 2019 Historic photographs by Edward S. Curtis of Native peoples of the early 20th century — an important period of transition and adaptation — were on view in the Myrta Pulliam Gallery of Photography.

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NEW WESTERN ART GALLERIES ATTITUDES: THE WEST IN AMERICAN ART Opened Nov. 10, 2018, ongoing As part of the Eiteljorg’s five-year plan, Project 2021, the museum extensively renovated its two Western galleries in summer 2018 and reinstalled the art. Well-known works by Frederic Remington, Charles Russell and Georgia O’Keeffe joined newly acquired works by African American artist Grafton Tyler Brown and Chinese-American artist Mian Situ, as well as other works by Native American and Latino artists that convey the diversity of peoples of the West. Interactives including touchscreens, puzzles and an art-making studio help visitors of all ages engage with Western art.

JINGLE RAILS: THE GREAT WESTERN ADVENTURE Nov. 17, 2018-Jan. 21, 2019 Attendance: 38,551 Seeing the Eiteljorg’s annual model train display is a beloved holiday tradition for families. Jingle Rails features G-scale electric trains rolling through backdrops depicting the downtown Indianapolis skyline and landmarks of the American West, created by Applied Imagination out of all-natural materials such as bark, acorns and pine cones. In 2018, its ninth year, Jingle Rails debuted a new scene, the sights of Route 66 (courtesy of support from the Kortepeter family). Thanks to other sponsors, a miniature Hilbert Circle Theatre was new in 2018, and the popular Indiana State Fair scene returned.

HOW TO DONATE A wide range of options are open for financially supporting the Eiteljorg and its annual fund and capital/endowment campaign. Planned giving in an estate plan empowers donors to make charitable decisions years in advance and specify their wishes. Supporters also have gifted to the Eiteljorg donations of stock, real estate or art collections, or have named the museum as beneficiary of an insurance policy. Naming rights to particular locations, endowed positions and programming are available. To discuss tailoring a gift to the donor’s circumstances, contact Nataly Lowder, vice president for advancement, at nlowder@eiteljorg.com or 317.275.1311.

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he Eiteljorg Museum is always planning and thinking about the future of the institution and the community we serve. Thanks to loyal and helpful donors, the Eiteljorg has harnessed technology to aid visitors’ understanding of the art, history and cultures in the museum. The Eiteljorg has consistently pursued creative, dynamic approaches to our mission.

NEW SMARTPHONE APP In the Western galleries exhibit, Attitudes: The West in American Art, visitors can download a new smartphone app to help them engage more deeply with the art and artists. To try it out, search your phone’s app store function for “Eiteljorg” or “Art and the West.”

NEW WEBSITE www.eiteljorg.org In November 2018, the Eiteljorg launched a completely redesigned website — with streamlined menus featuring exhibits and events — that is easy to navigate on any mobile device. Designed by Iconic Digital of Fishers, Ind., www.eiteljorg.org is an e-commerce site where visitors can purchase tickets and memberships or make donations.

NEW VIDEO WALL In conjunction with the reopening of the Western art galleries, the Eiteljorg unveiled a new entry video wall that plays a 14-minute orientation film — created by WFYI Productions — featuring dramatic scenes of the American West and highlights from the museum’s collections. The video wall was sponsored by Stan and Sandy Hurt.

NEW WESTERN ART GALLERIES INTERACTIVES As part of the reinstallation of the Western art galleries under Project 2021, the Eiteljorg designed the spaces to be engaging for families with children. Using touchscreen interactives, visitors can dive deeply into the backstories of paintings and find context about the artworks and artists. Through a new art-making studio, visitors learn about the elements of art.

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PROJECT 2021 Renovating the Western galleries and reinstalling the art was the first bookend of the Project 2021 capital campaign. Next is the complete transformation by fall of 2021 of the second-floor galleries to exhibit the museum’s collections of Native American art in bold new ways, with more glass and fewer bulky cases. A special focus will be on newly acquired art of the Indigenous peoples of the Great Lakes region, to enhance appreciation of those cultures. Scott Shoemaker, Ph.D., (Miami Tribe of Oklahoma), the Thomas G. and Susan C. Hoback curator of Native American art, history and culture, did a TV interview in the current galleries (pictured.)

SOCIAL MEDIA The Eiteljorg is active on social media platforms. Check out our accounts on Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, or link to them through our website, www.eiteljorg.org.

CURATORIAL CHANGES In 2018, James H. Nottage retired after 17 years as the Eiteljorg’s vice president and chief curatorial officer. James, who also held the title of Gund curator of Western art, history and culture, managed the curatorial, collections and exhibits departments. He curated many Eiteljorg exhibits, including Guitars: Roundups to Rockers and Red/Black: Related Through History, and edited many scholarly works. His retirement brought to a close a 50-year career in Western museums. At his retirement celebration Nov. 8, James received an award from Eiteljorg President and CEO John Vanausdall (left); and the museum in his honor created the James Nottage Fund for Western Scholarship that will support internships and fellowships. James also was named chief curator emeritus. Succeeding James as vice president and chief curatorial officer is Elisa G. Phelps. A nationally respected museum innovator, Elisa (right) most recently served as director of collections and the library division at History Colorado in Denver, where she oversaw posting that museum’s collection online.

CONTEMPORARY NATIVE ART With support from Lilly Endowment Inc., the Efroymson Family Fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation and the David H. and Barbara M. Jacobs Foundation, the Eiteljorg is a leader in the field of contemporary Native American art. Every other year, the Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellowship provides grant support to a new group of five Native artists creating important contemporary art. The museum purchases examples and presents an exhibition of their art. As 2018 began, the remarkable exhibit Native Art Now! was in its final weeks; it was a retrospective of Eiteljorg Fellows’ works collected over the previous 20 years. A companion TV documentary, Native Art Now!, co-produced by the Eiteljorg and WFYI, aired on PBS stations across the U.S. in 2018. The Eiteljorg’s companion catalogue, a scholarly survey of the contemporary Native art field, still is available. Meanwhile, fascinating artworks by five Fellows who have passed away filled the museum’s Hurt and Harvey galleries during the spring 2018 exhibit In Their Honor. Works of three renowned female contemporary Native artists were highlighted in the exhibit The Geometry of Expression. The exhibition The Art of Living celebrated the work of Eiteljorg Fellow Harry Fonseca (Nisenan Maidu/Hawaiian/Portuguese).

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INVOLVEMENT

DÍA DE LOS MUERTOS (DAY OF THE DEAD) COMMUNITY CELEBRATION Oct. 27, 2018 Attendance: 4,000 To celebrate the beloved Mexican holiday Día de los Muertos, the multicultural arts organization Nopal Cultural partnered with the Eiteljorg for the annual Day of the Dead Community Celebration, which was free to the public. Families enjoyed a mercado (market), art-making activities, creating tinwork with artist Richard Gabriel Jr., and live music and a fashion show with Catrina models (below.) An exhibit of elaborately decorated ofrendas (altars) coincided with the celebration.

COWPOKES & COCKTAILS April 28, 2018 The second annual Cowpokes & Cocktails fundraiser brought together more than 200 guests for a Westernthemed evening to benefit the Eiteljorg Museum’s educational and public programs. Held at Fitness Farm in Indianapolis, the event featured Kristi Lee of Q95’s The Bob & Tom Show as emcee and auctioneer, and delicious food from Kahn’s Catering. More than $140,000 was raised.

Image by Samantha Roll

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hanks to caring donors who made impactful and timely gifts, the Eiteljorg presented important programming and events in 2018 that highlighted diverse cultures and attracted new audiences to the museum.

JUNETEENTH COMMUNITY CELEBRATION June 16, 2018 Attendance: 1,800 Juneteenth, also known as Freedom Day, is a celebration of the June 1865 announcement of the abolition of slavery in Texas at the end of the Civil War. With free admission, the Juneteenth Community Celebration included music performances, storytelling, chuck wagon fare and family fun.

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SUMMER UNDER THE SAILS Summer 2018 Attendance: 8,653

COLLABORATIONS

From Memorial Day through early August 2018, the Eiteljorg offered free outdoor events alongside the Central Canal under the museum’s shade structure, The Sails. Local and regional bands (including Soundz of Santana, right) performed bluegrass, blues, classic rock, jazz and folk during the free concert series on Wednesday evenings. The museum was open late Wednesday evenings with free admission, encouraging concert-goers to visit the exhibits. Below: blues artist Tad Robinson performed.

The Eiteljorg collaborates with other organizations to present memorable cultural events. The museum and Spirit and Place on April 5 presented Mohican Songs of the Spirit, a panel discussion about revitalization of the Mohican language with a concert by Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Bill Miller (Mohican), upper left. More than 200 people attended. On Nov. 5, the Eiteljorg, Indiana Humanities and Spirit and Place hosted A Crossroad of Nations, a panel discussion about the impact of the 1818 St. Mary’s treaties between Native nations of the Great Lakes and the U.S. government. On Nov. 10, 2018, to welcome the arrival of a painting, Mian Situ’s The Golden Mountain, Arriving San Francisco, 1865, the Indiana Association of Chinese Americans performed a traditional lion dance at the Eiteljorg, lower left. Videos of the Spirit and Place events are on the Eiteljorg’s YouTube channel.

ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE Autumn 2018 The Eiteljorg’s Artist in Residence program hosts Native American and Western artists at the museum for oneto three-week residencies. Sharing their cultures and art with area schoolchildren and community groups, the artists offer studio demonstrations and art workshops. In 2018, artists in residence were Katrina Mitten (Miami of Oklahoma), Richard Gabriel Jr., Dana Warrington (Menominee/Prairie Band Potawatomi) and DG House (Cherokee of Northeast Alabama), who led a home workshop for museum supporters (pictured).

PUBLIC LECTURES During Black History Month, the Eiteljorg presented the annual Leon Jett Memorial Lecture on Feb. 3, 2018 (above), when the public heard Dr. Tiya Miles, author of Native Americans and African Americans in Early Detroit: Enslavement and Resistance. On Nov. 10, 2018, James H. Nottage, chief curator emeritus, gave the annual Gund Lecture and discussed the new Western art galleries.

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MEMBERSHIP LEVELS More than 2,300 households are members of the Eiteljorg Museum, enjoying various membership tiers that allow free admission to the museum anytime and invitations to special events. Members also receive a free subscription to the museum’s Storyteller magazine (pictured), which won the Award of Honor for magazines from the Public Relations Society of America, Hoosier Chapter. To become a museum member, contact (317) 275-1360 or csanborn@eiteljorg.com.

EAGLE SOCIETY The most prestigious level of museum membership is the Eiteljorg Eagle Society, whose members enjoy special experiences on Eiteljorg-led trips. In July 2018, Eagle Society members traveled to Maine (above) for a weeklong trip focusing on Indigenous tribes of Maine, including cultural events such as meeting Native American artists in their studios.

VOLUNTEERS In 2018, 331 volunteers, ranging from retirees to students, donated 14,241 hours of service to the Eiteljorg, guiding tour groups, interpreting objects for visitors and assisting at events such as Indian Market and Festival (upper left) and Quest for the West®. Eiteljorg volunteers who donated the most hours in 2018 were Sharon Mills and Jennifer Anker, and interns Elizabeth Knapp and Andy Townsend. They were honored at the museum’s annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner. Volunteer Jennifer Anker (lower left) was one of Visit Indy’s nominees for the ROSE Awards that recognize exceptional customer service in the tourism industry by volunteers and non-managerial employees, and she was honored by Indianapolis Mayor Joseph Hogsett.

AGAVE The Eiteljorg’s auxiliary for young professionals ages 21-40, Agave, develops the next generation of Eiteljorg supporters and leaders. Agave hosts social gatherings where members can hone their leadership skills and connect with fellow professionals. Members of Agave enjoyed a holiday-themed museum happy hour on Dec. 19, 2018.

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GRANTS AT WORK Foundations from across the nation support the work of the Eiteljorg Museum, and in 2018 alone they contributed nearly $5.4 million toward the mission. The Eiteljorg Museum is enormously grateful to these foundations and endowments, such as Lilly Endowment Inc., that historically have provided support for general operating, specific events and projects and capital and endowment campaigns. The following noteworthy grants received in 2018 highlight community and opportunity: • The Pacers Foundation, dedicated to inspiring and motivating Hoosier youth to pursue their education and realize their full potential, is the official sponsor of the Eiteljorg’s Indianapolis Public Schools (IPS) education package, which serves more than 1,000 students a year. Access to tours, transportation, curriculum materials and artists in residence are possible for all students within the IPS system thanks to the Pacers Foundation. • A grant from The International Center’s Festival Fund supported the Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead) Community Celebration. Partners included Anderson Ballet Folklorico, Nopal Cultural and the Consul General of Mexico. More than 4,000 filled the Eiteljorg for this free event. • Margot L. and Robert S. Eccles Fund, a fund of the Central Indiana Community Foundation, supported an audience engagement plan that used digital media, a new, state-of-the-art website and online ticketing to connect with new audiences and convert them to visitors. Check it out and get your tickets here: www.eiteljorg.org • Christel DeHaan Family Foundation supported the entertainment stage at the Eiteljorg Museum’s 26th annual Indian Market and Festival, which featured classical guitarist Gabriel Ayala (Pascua Yaqui); singer/songwriter Kalyn Fay (Cherokee); storyteller Tchin (Narragansett); traditional dancer, bead and quillwork artist Dana Warrington (Menominee/Prairie Band of Potawatomi); and comedian, ventriloquist and master puppeteer Buddy Big Mountain (Kahnawake Mohawk First Nation). Live performances were held throughout the weekend, helping to make this one of the top Native art markets in the nation.

During the 26th annual Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival, artist and storytelling performer Tchin (Narragansett), right, was interviewed by local TV news photojournalist Daniel Beaver of WTTV-CBS 4/WXIN-FOX 59.

IN THE HEADLINES In 2018, the Eiteljorg Museum was featured in news coverage in respected media outlets: Forbes Magazine, Sept. 4, 2018 “‘Quest For The West’ Continues Bringing Best Of Western Art To Indianapolis” https://bit.ly/2NGXZay Indianapolis Business Journal, Nov. 23, 2018 “Eiteljorg’s Jingle Rails has become a multigenerational holiday” https://bit.ly/2QhegGV The Indianapolis Star, March 8, 2018 “See Django’s hat, ‘Brokeback Mountain’ shirts and other props at Western film exhibit” https://bit.ly/2RpCLht Western Art Collector Magazine, November 2018 “Attitude Adjustment” https://bit.ly/2TrQl9j

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COLLECTIONS AND ACQUISITIONS

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Harry Fonseca (Nisenan Maidu/Hawaiian/ Portuguese, 1946 – 2006) Coyote Woman, 1979 Serigraph, edition 5/150 Gift of Harry S. Nungesser in loving memory of his partner Harry Fonseca

he Eiteljorg Museum added to its already impressive collections of Native American and Western art through acquisitions of art, including gifts from donors. The largest collections acquired in 2018 were gifted by Michael and Juanita Eagle and Mel and Joan Perelman.

Museum purchase with funds provided by Harry S. Nungesser in loving memory of his partner Harry Fonseca Harry Fonseca (Nisenan Maidu/Hawaiian/Portuguese, 1946–2006) From Mimbres: Fertility, date unknown From Mimbres: Turtle, date unknown Santa Fe Suite: 8.12.95 #9M, 1995 Santa Fe Suite: 8.13.95 #14, 1995

Gift of Michael Brown Dong Kingman (American, born in China, 1911–2000) Colorado, 1943 Fuji Nakamizo (American, born in Japan, 1889–1950) Running Horse, date unknown

Dakota Holster, ca. 1890 Leggings, ca. 1880 Huron Wall Pockets, date unknown

Gift of Steve and Jane Marmon Susan Folwell (Santa Clara, born 1970) The Twins, canteen, 2017

Gift of Harry S. Nungesser in loving memory of his partner Harry Fonseca Harry Fonseca (Nisenan Maidu/Hawaiian/Portuguese, 1946–2006) Star Dancer, date unknown Coyote Woman, 1979

Gift of the Robert U. Sandroni and Lora A. Sandroni Family Trust Lakota Child’s Vest, ca. 1890 Vest, ca. 1890 Child’s Dress, ca. 1890 Coat, ca. 1890 Bag, date unknown Cradle, ca. 1870 Bag, ca. 1890 Northern Plains Cuffs, ca. 1910 Ojibwe Collar and Belt, ca. 1900 Knife Sheath, ca. 1880 Leggings, ca. 1880 Holster and Belt, ca. 1885-1900 Blackfoot Child’s Jacket, ca. 1900 Agnes Elk (Lakota, Standing Rock Reservation) Bag Panels, ca. 1890-1900 Potawatomi Bandolier Bag, ca. 1880

2018 Indian Market & Festival Harrison Eiteljorg Purchase Award Dana T. Warrington (Menominee/Prairie Band of Potawatomi) Menominee Medicine, 2018 Summer Peters (Saginaw Ojibwe of Michigan) Yahbay, 2018

Museum purchase through the generosity of Harrison Eiteljorg Jishiro Miyauchi (American, born in Japan, 1888–1984), Heart Mountain, Wyoming, 1945 Museum purchase with funds provided by the Brian and Kim Buchanan Foundation, a fund of the Legacy Fund José Rafael Aragón (Colonial Spanish American santero, ca. 1796–1862) San Jose Retablo, ca. 1830 1840 Museum purchase with funds provided by the Eiteljorg Museum’s Western Art Society Mian Situ (American, born in China, born 1953) The Golden Mountain Arriving San Francisco, 1865, 2003

Gift of Bob and Pat Anker David Albert Boxley (Tsimshian, born 1952) Eagle, date unknown Richard Zane Smith (Wyandot, born 1955) To God’s Glory, date unknown Jody Naranjo (Santa Clara Pueblo, born 1969) Large Fish Pot, date unknown Jane Osti (Cherokee) Jar, date unknown Marvin Oliver (Quinault/Isleta Pueblo, born 1946) Dichroic Glass Sun, date unknown Felix Vigil (Jicarilla Apache/Jemez Pueblo) Mother Earth Dancing with the Rain Spirits, 2007

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Howard Post (American, born 1948) Good Year for Water, 2010 Bridge to the Barn, 2008 Roseta Santiago (American, born 1946) Rio Bravo Trading Company, 2013 Frank Ongtowasruk (Iñupiat (Shishmaref Village)) Antler Carving Gift of Gerald and Dorit Paul Anita Rodriguez (American, born 1941) Boda Bacalar, October 1997 Andy Wilbur Peterson (Skokomish Indian Tribe, born 1955) Keepers of Light, date unknown Gift of Michael and Juanita Eagle Pahponee (Kickapoo/Potawatomi, born 1958) Bowl, 2001 Jar, 2002 Jar, 1999 All My Relations, 2000 White Whale, date unknown Prayer Wheel, 2010 Beginnings, 2002 Whale Tribe Dreaming, 1999 Water Jar, 2002 Dancing Doctors, 1998 My Fine Feathered Friends, 1995 Jar, date unknown Le Cirque, 1995

Anita Rodriguez (American, born 1941) Boda Bacalar, 1997 Acrylic on wood Gift of Gerald and Dorit Paul

All My Relations, 1996 All My Relations, 1997 Vase, 2001 Bill’s Pot, 1999 Winter Time, 1998 Plate, 2003 All My Relations, 2012 The Pretty Pond, 2004 Veronica Poblano (Zuni, 1951–1951) Plate, 2011 Al Qoyawayma (Hopi, born 1938) Blanketed Figure, 1979 Mexica Dancer, 1994 Jar, 2002 Vase, 2002 Three Feather, 2001 Into the 21st Century, 2000 Echo from the Past, 1996 Awatovi Dream, 2000 Uxmal, 1994 Richard Zane Smith (Wyandot, born 1955) Pot, date unknown Half Moon, 2002 Bowl, 1998 Urban Indian Shopping Basket, 2000 Olla, 2000 Plate, 2001 Vase, 2002 Tammy Garcia (Santa Clara Pueblo, born 1969) Canteen, 2002 Corn Dancers, 2001 Under the Porch, Santa Fe, 2001 Four Eagles, 1997 Deer Hunter, 2001 Pot, 2012 Pot, 1998 Eagles, 2002 Sculpture, date unknown Canteen, 2002 Seed pot, 1999 The One That Got Away, 1999 Encounter, date unknown After the Rain, date unknown Nathan Youngblood (Santa Clara Pueblo, born 1954) Jar, date unknown Plate, date unknown Jar, date unknown Pot, date unknown Harrison Begay Jr. (Navajo, born 1961) Jar, 2000 Nathan Begay (Navajo/Hopi, born 1970) Bowl, 2000

Preston Singletary (Tlingit, born 1963) Eagle Transformation Mask, 2007 Blown, sand-carved, cut, molded glass Gift of Michael and Juanita Eagle John F. Gonzales (San Ildefonso Pueblo, born 1955) Pot, 1997 Bowl, 1998 Plate, 1998 Plate, date unknown Les Namingha (Hopi-Tewa/Zuni, born 1967) Jar, date unknown Jar, date unknown Karen Abeita (Tewa/Isleta, born 1960) Bowl, date unknown Helen “Feather Woman” Naha (Hopi Tewa Spider Clan, 1922–1993) Vase, date unknown Hubert Candelario (San Felipe Pueblo, born 1965) Bowl, 1997 Agnes Setalla Nahsonhoya (Hopi) Pot, date unknown Pot, date unknown Burel Naha (Hopi Tewa, born 1944) Sculpture, date unknown Nona Naha (Hopi, born 1988) Traditional Lizards, date unknown Steve Lucas (Hopi Tewa Corn Clan, unknown birth date–died 1985) Traditional Sikyatki Eagle Tail Design, date unknown Jar, date unknown

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Unknown Dakota Artist Leggings, ca. 1880 Hide, glass beads Gift of the Robert U. Sandroni and Lora A. Sandroni Family Trust Rainy Naha (Hopi Tewa Spider Clan, born 1949) Bowl, date unknown Four Birds, date unknown Russell Sanchez (San Ildefonso Pueblo, born 1966) Vase, date unknown Pot, 1989 Eric Fender (San Ildefonso Pueblo, born 1970) Vase, date unknown Lawrence Namoki (Hopi, born 1949) Mudhead, date unknown Help Them, 1988 Debra Trujillo Duwyenie (Santa Clara Pueblo, born 1955) Pot, date unknown Gloria “Goldenrod” Garcia (Santa Clara Pueblo, born 1942) Sculpture, date unknown Tom Polacca (Hopi Tewa, born 1935) Longhair Kachinas, 1989 Dianna Tahbo (Hopi Tewa Spider Clan, born 1941) Bowl, 1994 Lizard Migration, 2001

Cavan Gonzales (San Idelfonso Pueblo) Jar, date unknown Maria Martinez (San Ildefonso Pueblo, 1887–1980) Plate, ca. 1950 Yvonne Lucas (Laguna Pueblo, born 1990) Jar Mark Tahbo (Hopi Tewa, born 1958) Bowl, 1995 Gary Polacca Nampeyo (Hopi Tewa) Pot, date unknown Jody Naranjo (Santa Clara Pueblo, born 1969) Pot, 1999 Carla Claw Nampeyo (Hopi Tewa, born 1961) Seed pot, 1988 Anita L. Suazo (Santa Clara Pueblo) Pot, date unknown Rondina Huma (Hopi Tewa, born 1947) Pot, date unknown Ron Suazo (Santa Clara Pueblo, born 1954) Jar, date unknown Emma Lewis (Acoma Pueblo, 1931–2013) Seed pot, date unknown Bowl, date unknown Jacob M. Koopee Jr. (Hopi Tewa, 1970–2011) Pot, date unknown Migration, date unknown Barbara Gonzales (San Ildefonso Pueblo, born 1947) Pot, date unknown Iris Youvella Nampeyo (Hopi Tewa Corn Clan, born 1944) Pot, date unknown Lucy Leuppe McKelvey (Navajo, born 1946) Pot, date unknown Whirling Rainbow Goddesses of Windway Chant, date unknown Humpbacks, Rainbows, Clouds, and Corn, date unknown Preston Duwyenie (Hopi, born 1951) Pot, date unknown Stetson Setalla (Hopi Tewa, Bear Clan) Parrot Dance, date unknown J. G. Louis (Acoma) Vase, date unknown Glendora Fragua Daubs (Jemez Pueblo, born 1958) Vase, date unknown Pot, date unknown Dora Tse Pé (San Ildefonso Pueblo, 1939–1939) Pot, 1993 Bowl, 1995 Lucy M. Lewis (Acoma Pueblo, 1898–1992) Bowl, date unknown Carolyn Concho (Acoma Pueblo) Seed pot, date unknown

Jacquie Stevens (Winnebago) Jar, 1989 Christine McHorse (Navajo, 1988–1988) Beloved, 2005 Harrison Begay (Navajo, born 1917) Jar, 1997 Grace Medicine Flower (Santa Clara Pueblo, born 1938) Bowl, date unknown Mian Situ (American, born in China, born 1953) The Golden Mountain-Arriving San Francisco, 1865, 2003 Oil on canvas Museum Purchase with funds provided by the Eiteljorg Museum’s Western Art Society

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Madeline Naranjo (Santa Clara Pueblo, born 1915) Basket, date unknown Lucy B. George Basket, date unknown Unknown Basket, date unknown Preston Singletary (Tlingit, born 1963) Twilight Eagle Wing, 2005 Eagle Transformation Mask, 2007 Soul Catcher, date unknown Tlingit Spoon, date unknown Lightning Eyes, 2011 Tammy Garcia (Santa Clara Pueblo, born 1969) and Preston Singletary (Tlingit, born 1963) Bowl, 2003 Kathleen Wall (Jemez Pueblo, born 1972) Come Sing with Us, date unknown Out of Tune, date unknown Hopi Maiden with Baby, date unknown Stars in the Sky, date unknown Little Sisters, date unknown Randall Chito (Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians, born 1962) Sculpture, date unknown Walking Warrior Bear, date unknown

Susan Folwell (Santa Clara, born 1970) The Twins, 2017 Clay, cork, paint Gift of Steve and Jane Marmon

Kim Obrzut (Hopi, born 1958) The Dance, date unknown Bruce Lafountain (Turtle Mountain Chippewa, born 1961) Where the Wild Rice Grows, date unknown B. Quachytewa (Hopi) Plaque, date unknown Tony Abeyta (Diné (Navajo), born 1965) Mother Earth Father Sky, date unknown Waterfall, date unknown Aspens and Water, date unknown Eagles by the Sea, date unknown Four Columns, date unknown Alter Guardians, date unknown Zuni Thunderstorm, date unknown Plumed Yei, date unknown Helen Hardin (Santa Clara Pueblo, 1943-1984) Return of the Cloud People, date unknown Margarete Bagshaw (Santa Clara Pueblo, 1964-2015) Somewhere, Not Here, date unknown Mother Earth’s Lullaby, date unknown Louise Suina (Cochiti Pueblo, 1939–1992) Storyteller, date unknown Chris Fragua (Jemez Pueblo, born 1963) Storyteller, date unknown Robert Rivera (Apache/Spanish/French) Storyteller, date unknown Joyce Sisneros (Santa Clara Pueblo) Storyteller, date unknown Dena M. Suina (Cochiti/San Felipe Pueblo, born 1961) Storyteller, date unknown Vangie Suina (Cochiti Pueblo) Storyteller, date unknown Storyteller, date unknown Storyteller, date unknown Storyteller, date unknown Storyteller, date unknown Mary Lou Kokaly (Zuni Pueblo, born 1944) Storyteller, date unknown Tony Dallas (Hopi/Cochiti Pueblo, born 1956) Storyteller, date unknown Gulliver’s Travels, date unknown Storyteller, date unknown Ros George (Hopi, born 1948) Mong (Ahola), date unknown Pahlik Mana w/Pueblo scene, date unknown Cumlous Cloud Maiden, date unknown QoQole, date unknown Eagle, date unknown Dorothy Herrera (Cochiti Pueblo) Storyteller, date unknown Storyteller, date unknown Storyteller, date unknown

Cecil Calnimptewa Jr. (Hopi, born 1950) White Wolf, date unknown Hihili, date unknown Dust Devils, date unknown Dennis Tewa (Hopi, born 1945) Four Horn Kachina, date unknown Kerry David (Hopi, born 1963) Eagle Dancer, date unknown Neil David Sr. (Hopi, born 1944) Corn Maiden, date unknown Jonathan Day (Hopi, born 1951) Female Deer, date unknown Paralyzed Mudheads, date unknown Cliff Fragua (Jemez Pueblo, born 1955), Pope, date unknown Aaron Fredericks (Hopi, born 1964) Suyangevif (Left Handed), date unknown Ash Kachina, date unknown John Fredericks (Hopi, born 1949) Yellow Corn Maiden (Takursh), date unknown Arthur Holmes Jr. (Hopi, born 1969) Squash, date unknown Ogre with mudhead in basket, date unknown Piki Eater, date unknown Corn Dancer, date unknown Frog, date unknown Arthur Holmes, Sr. (Hopi, born 1945) Kachina Mana, date unknown Clown, date unknown White Orge, date unknown Black Ogre, date unknown White Bear, date unknown Marvin Oliver (Quinault/IsletaTurkey, date unknown Pueblo, born 1946) Koshare, date unknown Dichroic Glass Sun, date unknown Mocker, date unknown cast glass, rainbow dichroic glass Masau’u, date unknown Gift of Bob and Pat Anker Aaron Honanie (Hopi, 1953–2009) Blue Ahote, date unknown Henry Fred (Hopi, born 1951) Paralyzed Mudheads, date unknown Brian Honyouti (Hopi, 1947-2016) Navajo Pair, date unknown Bryant Honyouti (Hopi, born 1979) Bird Katisam, date unknown Ronald Honyouti (Hopi, born 1955) Owl, date unknown Ahote, date unknown Stetson Honyumptewa (Hopi, born 1959) Mudhead Pair, date unknown Left handed Kachina with Eagle, date unknown

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Dana T. Warrington (Menominee/Prairie Band of Potawatomi) Menominee Medicine, 2018 Buckskin, raw hide, beads, porcupine quills, yarn, silver 2018 Indian Market & Festival Harrison Eiteljorg Purchase Award

Wilmer Kaye (Hopi, born 1952) Turkey, date unknown Mocking, date unknown Koshare with Donkey Stick, date unknown Long Hair, date unknown Long Hairs and Koshares, date unknown Lizard Kachinas, date unknown Koshare riding goat, date unknown Emergence of Longhair, date unknown Brendan Kayquoptewa (Hopi, born 1970) Ram, date unknown D’Armon Kootswatewa (Hopi, born 1966) Red Tail Hawk, date unknown Manuel Kooyahoema (Hopi, 1939-2007) Cumulus Cloud Mana, date unknown Brian Laban (Hopi/Tewa, born 1967) Red Beard Longhair, date unknown Alfred “Bo” Lomahquahu (Hopi, born 1964) Mudhead Warrior, date unknown Broadface, date unknown Kachinas in the Clouds, date unknown White Bear, date unknown Turtle pair miniature, date unknown Home Dance Kachina, date unknown Owl with eagle, date unknown Joe Maktima (Laguna Pueblo/Hopi, born 1962) Light of Morning, date unknown Muriel Navasie (Hopi/Tewa, 1954-1988) Priest Killer, date unknown Loren Phillips (Hopi, born 1942) Roadrunner, date unknown Brown Bear, date unknown Marlin Pinto (Hopi, born 1957) Koshare “Gone Shopping,” date unknown Koshare “Baggy Shorts,” date unknown Koshare Roger Rabbit, date unknown Koshari “Big and Little Brother,” date unknown “Koshare Bringing Koshares,” date unknown Trading Away, date unknown Zuni Mudhead, date unknown Carving Koshare, date unknown Kevin Pochoema (Hopi, born 1965) Owl, date unknown Half Koshare/Half Warrior, date unknown Dennis Tewa (Hopi, born 1945) Takursh Mana (Yellow Corn Maiden), date unknown Sand Snake Kachina, date unknown Crow Mother, date unknown Navajo Kachina, date unknown

Ed Tewanema (Hopi/Shoshone/Paiute, born 1966) Cold Bringing Woman, date unknown Oliver Tsinnie (Hopi, born 1964) Deer Dancer, date unknown Felix Vigil (Jicarilla Apache/Jemez Pueblo, born 1953) Koshare Tricks Coyote, date unknown Sacred Land, date unknown Untitled, date unknown Ceremony of the Pottery Makers, date unknown Rebecca Tso (Navajo, born 2000) Weaving, date unknown Marie Watson (Diné (Navajo)) Weaving, date unknown Velma Wauneka (Diné (Navajo), born 1959) Weaving, date unknown Corina Yazzie (Diné (Navajo), born 1961) Weaving, date unknown Ruby Manuelito (Navajo, born 1936) Weaving, date unknown Francis Begay ((Diné (Navajo), born 1966) Weaving, date unknown Jessie Begay (Diné (Navajo)) Weaving, date unknown Lucy Begay (Diné (Navajo), born 1925) Weaving, date unknown Wanda Begay (Diné (Navajo)) Weaving, date unknown Irene Bia (Diné (Navajo), born 1955) Weaving, ca. 1992 Marietta Blackrock (Diné (Navajo)) Weaving, date unknown Nettie Chester (Diné (Navajo)) Weaving, date unknown Unknown Diné (Navajo) Weaving, date unknown Anna Mae Nez (Diné (Navajo)) Weaving, date unknown Cecilia Nez (Diné (Navajo)) Weaving, date unknown Weaving, date unknown Grace Nez (Diné (Navajo), 1937-2003) Weaving, date unknown Linda Nez (Diné (Navajo), born 1958) Weaving, date unknown Marian Nez (Diné (Navajo), born 1957) Weaving, date unknown Weaving, date unknown Celia Sandman (Diné (Navajo)) Weaving, date unknown

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Marie Shirley (Diné (Navajo), born 1932) Weaving, ca. 1987 Ellen Smith (Diné (Navajo)) Weaving, date unknown Elaine Upshaw (Diné (Navajo)) Blanket, date unknown Michele Laughing (Diné (Navajo)) Weaving, date unknown Weaving, date unknown Gift of Mel and Joan Perelman Alfred “Bo” Lomahquahu (Hopi, born 1964) Toho (Mountain Lion), date unknown Mongwa (Great Horned Owl), date unknown Katsina carving, November 1999 Hilili and Broadface, date unknown Star Whipper, date unknown Paradise II, date unknown Mongwa (Great Horned Owl) with Hawk, date unknown Palhik Mana (Water Maiden), date unknown Hon (Bear), date unknown Na ngasohu (Chasing Star or Planet), date unknown Keith Torres (Hopi, born 1963) Scavenger and Mudhead, date unknown Mongwa (Great Horned Owl) with Koshare, date unknown Kweo (Wolf), date unknown Pakiowik (Fish), date unknown Leander Tenakhongva (Hopi, born 1977) Chaveyos, Mudhead, Sitununu (Racer Snake), date unknown Lauren Honyouti (Hopi, born 1950) Kawai i (Horse), date unknown D’Armon Kootswatewa (Hopi, born 1966) Hilili (Bearded Whipper), 1993 Aaron Fredericks (Hopi, born 1964) Butterfly Maiden, date unknown Mongwa (Great Horned Owl), date unknown Möna (River or Thunder), date unknown Talavai (Morning), date unknown Mongwa (Great Horned Owl), date unknown Soyok Mana (Ogre Woman), date unknown Neil David Sr. (Hopi, born 1944) Tasap Yeibaichai (Grandfather of the Navajo), 1996 Bear, 1998 Tuhavi and Koyemsi (Paralyzed and Blind), date unknown Henry Naha (Hopi, born 1964) Kawai i (Horse), date unknown Kapicha (Billy Goat), date unknown Andrew Sahmie Sr. (Hopi, born 1952) Snake Dancers, date unknown

William Kootswatewa (Hopi, born 1955) Masau’u (Skeleton), date unknown Wilmer Kaye (Hopi, born 1952) Pachaviun Mana, 2002 Brian Honyouti (Hopi, 1947–2016) Sivuftotoi (Dragonfly), date unknown Kokopell Mana, date unknown Katsina carving, date unknown Kwahu (Eagle), date unknown Takursh Mana (Yellow Corn Maiden), date unknown Timothy Talawepi (Hopi, born 1967) Hilili (Bearded Whipper), date unknown Hon (White Bear), date unknown Jimmie Gale Honanie (Hopi, 1971–2009) Kwahu (Eagle), 1997 Yunga (Cactus), 1998 Sowi ing (Deer Dancer), 1997 Cecil Calnimptewa Jr. (Hopi, born 1950) Palhik Mana (Water Maiden), date unknown Heheya Kachin Mana, date unknown Gene Dawahoya (Hopi, born 1963) Hahai i Wuhti, date unknown Vern Mahkee (Hopi, born 1963) She Makes Haste, date unknown Tokoch (Wildcat), 1999 Loren Phillips (Hopi, born 1942) Yellow A’hote, date unknown Yellow A’hote, 1999 Soyok Wuhti (Ogre Woman), date unknown Blue A’hote, date unknown Aaron Honanie (Hopi, 1953–2009) Qöqöle, date unknown Soyok Wuhti (Ogre Woman), 1997 Angwusi (Crow), 1997 Takursh Mana (Yellow Corn Maiden), date unknown Eototo and Aholi, date unknown Sowi ing (Deer Dancer), date unknown Marlin Pinto (Hopi, born 1957) Koshare with bag of corn, date unknown Paul Sewemaenewa Jr. (Hopi, born 1968) Warrior Mouse, date unknown Robert Albert (Hopi, born 1964) Ready or not, 2001 Orin Poley Jr. (Hopi, born 1942) Kyash (Parrot), date unknown Honan (Badger), date unknown Tewa (Sun), date unknown Lawrence Acadiz (Hopi, 1964–2014) Qöqöle, date unknown Whoops Clown, date unknown Tusku Clown, 1993

Lawrence Acadiz, (Hopi, 1964 – 2014) Whoops Clown, date unknown Cottonwood, paint Gift of Mel and Joan Perelman

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Burt Poley (Hopi/Laguna Pueblo, born 1964) Wuyak kuita (Broadface), date unknown Yapa (Mocking Bird), date unknown Raymond Chee (Hopi / Navajo, born 1961) White Buffalo Dancer, date unknown Thomas Collatea (Hopi, born 1959) Yapocha Taka (Dust Devil) and Taponcha Mana (Wind God), date unknown Kerry David (Hopi, born 1963) Angwushahai i (Crow Mother), 1997 Ernest Honanie (Hopi, born 1950) Heheya Aumutaka, date unknown Ed Tewanema (Hopi/Shoshone/Paiute, born 1966) Tungwup Ta amu (Whipper’s Uncle), date unknown Koshare (Clown) with women’s undergarments, date unknown Navan (Velvet Shirt), date unknown Leander Tenakhongva (Hopi, born 1977) Hototo, date unknown Ted Francis (Hopi) Koyemsi (Mudhead), 1992 Abbott David (Hopi) Tewa (Sun), date unknown Ronald Honyouti (Hopi, born 1955) Buffalo Dancer, date unknown Chaveyo (Ogre), date unknown Lawrence Acadiz (Hopi, 1964–2014) Koyemsi (Mudhead), 1992 Jarret James (Hopi) Suyangevif (Left Handed), date unknown Silas Roy (Hopi, born 1949) Huhuwa (Cross Legged), date unknown Lauren Honyouti (Hopi, born 1950) Nataska (Ogre), date unknown Lester Quanimptewa (Hopi, born 1962) Pong or Pang (Mountain Sheep), date unknown Gerry Quotskuyva (Hopi, born 1959) Angwusi (Crow), 2009 Chester Polyestewa (Hopi, born 1942) Pallhik Mana (Water Maiden) or Poli Mana (Butterfly Maiden), date unknown Tsitoto, date unknown Palavikuna (Red Skirt Runner), date unknown Wakashi (Cow), 1994 Fletcher Healing (Hopi, 1907–2005) Koshare with Watermelon, date unknown David Copher (American, born in Germany, born 1954) Snake Dance, date unknown Robert Rivera (Apache/Spanish/French) Buffalo Warrior, 1995

Rose Pecos Sun Rhodes (Jemez Pueblo, born 1956) Earth Mother, date unknown Lucy Leuppe McKelvey (Navajo, born 1946) Twirling Clouds Menorah, date unknown Richard Carrillo Sr. (Hopi/Laguna, born 1939) Chaveyo (Ogre), date unknown Mongwa (Great Horned Owl), date unknown Hon (White Bear), date unknown Henry Fred (Hopi) Tuhavi and Koyemsi (Paralyzed and Blind), date unknown Ted Puhuyesva (Hopi, born 1960) Hahai i Wuhti, date unknown Heheya Kachin Mana, date unknown Katsina carving, date unknown Koyemsi (Mudhead), date unknown Dudley Talas (Hopi) Kwahu (Eagle), 1988 Nelson (Hopi) Salako Mana, 1985 Thomas Collatea (Hopi, born 1959) Yo’We (Priest Killer), date unknown

Kenojuak Ashevak (Inuit (Cape Dorset), 1927–2013) Proud Wolf Pack, 1990 Barry Scow (Kwakwaka’wakw, born 1964) Mask, date unknown Marilyn Hank Otton (Inuit) Basket, date unknown 2018 Quest for the West ® Harrison Eiteljorg Purchase Award Krystii Melaine (American, born in Australia, born 1963) Within Life’s Circle, 2018 Museum Purchase through the generosity of Harrison Eiteljorg Harry Jackson (American, 1924–2011) The Marshall, 1970

Gift of the artist Josh Elliott (American, born 1973) Calving Season, 2016 Gift of the artist Lorenzo Clayton (Navajo, born 1950) Mythistoryquest: Christianity, 2005 Gift of the artist Herbert Ascherman Jr. (American, born 1947) Sequoia, 2010 Carlise Truman Mahto, 2010 Nikko Martin, 2010 Hollis Blake, 2010 Duwayne “Howling Wolf” Young Blood, 2010 Three American Indian Girls, Formal Dress, 2010 Gift of John L. Krauss and Margaret M. Maxwell Pitseolak Ashoona (Inuit, 1904–1983) Nesting Owl, 1982 Gift of Carole Leve Tavel David Albert Boxley (Tsimshian, born 1952) Bentwood Box, 1999 Donald F. Montileaux (Oglala Sioux, born 1948) Fast Food/Super Sized, 2002 Ted Sitting Crow Garner (Standing Rock Sioux, born 1957) Dear Heart, 1994

Ted Sitting Crow Garner (Standing Rock Sioux, born 1957) Dear Heart, 1994 Wood, antler, aluminum Gift of Carole Leve Tavel

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GENEROUS DONORS AND SPONSORS

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hrough their strategic support of exhibits, programs and the museum’s annual fund, the Eiteljorg’s top donors and sponsors and leading groups of members make a difference throughout the year. We express our sincere appreciation to all 2018 donors for their generosity and commitment to the Eiteljorg Museum. Without your help, 2018 would not have been as successful. Due to space limitations, only gifts of $100 or more are listed — except for annual fund gifts given in honor of or in memory of someone. If your name is not listed correctly, then please accept our sincere apology and call 317-275-1311.

2018 Memberships Vision Circle Cumulative giving for 2018 $25,000 and above Anonymous Mary Beth and Robert Braitman Brian and Kim Buchanan Steve Cagle Michael and LouAnn Eagle L.G. and Alyce Edwards Roger and Mindy Eiteljorg Gordon and Llura Gund Tom and Sue Hoback Steve and Jane Marmon Charlotte Mittler Joseph and Gita Osborne Mel and Joan Perelman Newell O. Pugh, Jr. Cathy and Robert* Turner Barbara West Bill and Roberta Witchger Chairperson’s Circle Cumulative giving for 2018 $10,000-$24,999 Anonymous Mr. Daniel P. Carmichael *Deceased

Charles and Helen Coghlan Angie and Dick Darlington Henry and Louise Leander Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Reilly, Jr. Joan SerVaas and Larry Roan Charles and Peggy Sutphin Chris and Whitney Trede Dr. Oksana and Peter Withey Don Woodley and Angela McAfee President’s Society Cumulative giving for 2018 $5,000-$9,999 Dr. Caryn C. Anderson and Mr. David Anderson Pat and Robert Anker Dr. Elizabeth A. Beck John and Karen Colglazier Robin and Susan Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fortune, III Tim Garnett and Peter Slaymaker Tom and Patty Gibbs Fred and Angie Green Geoffrey and Sarah Gund Betsey Harvey Polly H. Hix and Tony J. Fair Allan and Kathy Hubbard Stan and Sandy Hurt

Ann W. King Virginia Merkel Ralph G. Nowak Myrta Pulliam Clay and Amy Robbins William and Jane Salin A.H. “Hutch” Schumaker, II and Kevina Schumaker Thomas and Evelyn Seeley Deborah and Randy Tobias Marion Wolen Jack and Sue Zinser Golden Eagle Society Cumulative giving for 2018 $2,500-$4,999 Mr. and Mrs. Daniel C. Appel Frank and Katrina Basile Elaine and Eric Bedel Deborah and Bart Bell Russell Breeden and Katharine A. Walker Dr. Edward* and Phyllis Cockerill Lori Efroymson-Aguilera and Sergio Aguilera Dawn M. Fazli Karen and Joseph Glaser Earl and Vicki Goode

James and Sara Gutting Chris Katterjohn and Dona Stohler Frank and Frances Kelly James Kincannon and Charles Goad Donald B. Korb Mr. and Mrs. Eli Lilly, II Terry and Connie Marbach Kelly and Stephan Masoncup Susie and Howard Maxwell Jim and Jackie Morris Dr. Daniel H. Mowrey Thalia Nicas and Louis Jungheim Jay and Sally Peacock Dr. and Mrs. Randall G. Rowland John Vanausdall Gil Waldman and Christy Vezolles Jan Woodruff and William T. Rice Mr. and Mrs. C. Daniel Yates

Eagle Society $1,500-$2,499 Michael and Terra Aguirre Sue and Michael Back Donald P. Bogard Dr. Rosanne Bonjouklian Wilma Borinstein Georgia Buchanan William and Moira Carlstedt Carl and Gayle Cox Standiford H. Cox Susie M. Cross Deanna DeBrier LaMarr Easter and Cary Neeley Mrs. Jane Farber Drs. Richard and Becky Feldman Tom and Sharon Funk Marilyn George

Donors made possible the all-natural backdrops of Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure, the Eiteljorg’s annual holiday model train display. In the background is a new building model that joined Jingle Rails in 2018: the Hilbert Circle Theatre, home of the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra, thanks to a donation from H. Jean Cline Jones Kyle in honor of her daughter, Deborah Cline Kish, volunteer services manager at the Eiteljorg. (Photograph by Zach Dobson)

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Larry and Lee Glasscock Gloria Griesinger Perry and Michelle Griffith Lynnette Hanes Mr. and Mrs. Jonathan R. Hess Camilla Hull Kristine and Steven Isenberg Jeanine Isham Duane and Marguerita Johnson Helen C. Kersting Carrie Kirk and Carol Besore Tom and Betsy Laskey Brian T. Lee Susan and Mike Lewis Nataly and Jonathan Lowder Delores Muller Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Nash Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Paul Mr. and Mrs. Terry Rader Amanda and Eric Rail Dr. and Mrs. George Rapp Ellen M. Reed Mr. and Mrs. J. David Resley José and Mary Ann Sánchez Howard Schrott and Diana Mutz Mr. and Mrs. Eugene P. Schulstad Robert and Barbara Shortle Mr. and Mrs. Michael P. Skehan Chad Slaughter and Jillian McCarty J. Albert and Maribeth Smith Mr. and Mrs. William E. Stanley Jerry and Linda Stark Maureen and Michael Surak Diane Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Jeffrey H. Thomasson John W. Timothy, Jr., M.D. Brian West Robert and Helen Whipple Philip and Shandon Whistler Jamison D. Woodley Patron Member $500-$999 Dick and Kathi Badertscher Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Broadie Robert and Sharon Doiron John and Mary Ann Grogan Susan Hoffert Dr. Ann H. Hunt Elizabeth and J.A. Lacy Gerald and Shirley Lewis Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. McLaughlin, Jr. *Deceased

Boris E. Meditch Jane Paine Margaret Piety and Josef Laposa Gail Plater and William M. Plater Mr. Hilary Raab, Jr. Miriam Robeson Marjorie and Karl Schnelle Jerry and Rosie Semler Dr. Marguerite K. Shepard Bill and Jeanette Thomas Sustaining Member $250-$499 Dr. Charles R. Bantz and Dr. Sandra Petronio John and Joann Birdzell Richard and Linda Bloch Mauvene Borton Alice Brown and Randy Trowbridge John Carvey Robert Cirillo C. Jack and Linda Clarkson Dr. and Mrs. John J. Coleman, III Stephen and Mary DeVoe Jim Dillard Curtis and Debbie Donley Scott Etzel Dr. and Mrs. Stephen W. Fess Janice and Charles Fitzgerald Jim and Sally Friend Matthew and Raena Goldberg Dave and Donna Grow Dr. Joseph and Mrs. Eleanor Hingtgen Cindy and Robert Hoye David Hughes Nancy and Thomas Inui Harriet Ivey and Dick Brashear Holly Jaycox and Andrew Brightman Larry and Connie Kane Michael Khalil Dr. and Mrs. R. Stephen Lehman, D.D.S. Carlos and Eleanor Lopez Linda and Marvin Maguire John and Ingrid Mail Marnie Maxwell and John Krauss Jeff McGuire Jim and Jan Mellott Cynthia Munerol Col. James Mutter and General Carol Mutter Georgianne Neal Mr. William J. O’Connor, Jr.

Frank N. and Patricia L. Owings Ben Pauley Gaye and Kelsey Rardon John Lawrence Richardt Steven and Andrea Richel Mr. Nick Runnebohm Dr. Yocheved Samson and Mr. Joel Samson Gary and Phyllis Schahet Dr. John Cole and Rose Schnell-Cole William L. Scott Dr. William E. and Julie Segar Carolyn A. Sharp Joseph and Linda Sherwood Jack and Barbara Simon James R. Sparks Rica Spivack Shelley Stewart and Scott Mills James and Cheryl Strain James K. Vinton Annie Weinblatt James P. and Anna* White Gerry and Kim Wichman David and Magdalen Zauner Contributing Member $125-$249 Mr. C. Willis Adams, III John and Peggy Alexander Bill and Susan Allen Amy and Michael Alley Nicholas and Cassandra Amadio

Viki and Bruce Anderson H. Dean and Donna Andrews Andrew and Susan Appel Toni and Robert Bader David Belser and Judy Armes Steve and Debbie Benefiel Mona Billingsley Michael and Laura Blinn Barbara and Lee Bolton Jesse Brand and Geri Handley Dr. Nancy Branyas and Mr. Vernon Petri Scott and Maryann Bridge Doug Brooks and Mary Gambone Abby and Bart Brown Mark Brown and Polly Muckenfuss-Brown L. Lang and Jean Brownlee John E. Burns, III Robert Burton Philip and Roberta Caito John and Barb Chirgwin Fred and Deborah Christopher Ronald and Claudia Clark Joe and Eleanor Columbe Charles Costa and Tonicia Smith Carl and Janice Wheater-Cowen Mrs. Annarie Cox Wayne Craig Hanni and William Cramer Troy and Heather Crum

Longtime museum supporters Stan Hurt, left, Tom Gibbs, center and Patty Gibbs enjoyed the new Hollywood Westerns exhibit during the opening party for The Reel West on March 2, 2018.

Patti Curran Marilyn Dapper Forest and Marsha Daugherty John and Susan Davis Curt and Debra DeBaun Federico and Rosa Maria Dies George and Wendy Dougherty Michael Durham Lynne and Katie Eckerle Patrick and Polly Egan Bill and Coleen Ehrig Mr. James Eiteljorg Dr. Judith Erickson William and Susan Ertel William Esarey and Robin-Elizabeth Parsley John and Jill Failey Michael and Rhonda Fasig Phyllis Fee Dawn Fishman David and Gisele Found Ryan C. Fuhrmann Ed and Phyllis Gabovitch Colleen Gallaway Linda Gilman Dr. and Mrs. Richard L. Gilmor Pinkus and Rebecca Goldberg Marcia and Dan Goller Julie Gooden James and Danna Gossett Dr. and Mrs. Robert E. Gould Walter and Martha Gradolf Dr. Gary and Sharon Graff Laura Green Austin and Christine Greene James and Sareta Gregory Tom and Mary Grein Ken and Linda Grimes Holley and Thomas Guinn Tom and Susie Hacker Ronald and Judith Hagan Tina and Charles Haley Jay and Mary Ham Mr. Neil Handley Stella Hanley George Harding Tom and Nancy Hartmann Hart and Simona Hasten Jeffrey and Julia Havens John H. Heiligenstein Kirk and Amy Hendrix

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Randy and Tina Hensley Patricia Herron and Russell Rumansoff Weimer and Anita Hicks Thomas Hill Gary and Katie Hoefle Peggy and Helen Hollingsworth Bonnie and Joe Hovish Meredith and Kathleen Hull Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Hunter, Jr. Joe and Emily Huntzinger Roger and Francine Hurwitz Debbie Hyndman Bill and Kristen Inman Barbara Irwin-Herman and Erv Herman Suong Ives Stephen and Anne Jay James Jenkins Faye Jones and Joseph Taylor Marilyn Jones Kevin and Rosemarie Julian Pam and Gary Jursik Jeanette Kassebaum Trudy and Thomas Kaufman Seth Keever and Maggie Loiselle Scott and Caran Keller Marie and Marvin Kemple Keith and Gloria Keppel Richard and Gwen Knipstein Vicky and Ben Ko R. Edward and Nancy Koskie Fredrick and Carol Lane Eugene and Carolyn Lausch Dr. James and Mrs. Ruth Lawrence Doug Leever and Linda McPhearson Jack E. and Karen Kay Leonard Rebecca Lomax-Sumner and John Sumner Lori Long Bob Lucid Melanie Lux Sandy and Greg MacAllister Seth and Maria Malin Pamela and John Martin Barbara and Ron Masters Zygmunt and Karen Mazanowski Stefanie Mazur Norman and Ginny Mazurowski Richard and Cheryl McDonald Jo Meyer Tim and Ann Miller Myles Minton *Deceased

Patricia S. Mohler Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Moore, Jr. Christina Morris Carolyn and Gary Mueller Rev. Albert Nelson and Ms. Nancy Nelson Erin and Kyle Oliver Joseph and Sharon Olson John and Gail Paul Charles and Jennifer Pechette Nancy Peterson and Dennis Drews Scott and Tracy Phillips Joel and Karen Piassick Margaret Drew and Craig Pinkus Theodore Popowchak Dr. and Mrs. Robert Pribush Edward Quick William K. Ransom Robert and Martha Ravensberg Chris Reading and Juliet Port Robert and Janet Redmond William A. and Mary Redmond Gayle Reed and Todd Felgen John and Sue Rees Robert and Carol Reynolds Marjorie and Victor Riemenschneider Julia Ritter Tim and Linda Robb Dale and Mary Jo Roberts Faith Roessel and Matthew Slater Arthur Rosen James and Maureen Ross Fred and Beverly Ruebeck Mark and Angela Sadler Mr. Michael Sawyers Kenneth and Siobhan Schafer Judith Schaffer Art Schildbach Warren and Jill Schimpff Michael and Kathleen Schneider Carla and Boyd Schwalm Dianne Seibert Ms. Sheri Setters Carol M. Shugert Jerrold and Ellen Simon Don and Tracy Skiles Ann and Steve Smith James W. and Nancy C. Smith Sarah and Luke St. Aubin Dr. Frederick B. Stehman and Helen Stehman

Gerry and Karen Stillions John and Marcy Taylor Howard and Marlies Terpning Gerald and Judith Thomas Charlene K. Timothy P. Michael and Carolyn M. Tolson Robert and Barbetta True Timothy L. Tyler Pam and John Ulrich Larry and Nancy Van Arendonk Linda and Mark Viehmann Patrice and John Waidner Nicholas and Terry Watson Oran and Angela Watts Courtenay and Emily Weldon Ken Wherry Dr. James and Barbara Williams John and Janice Williams Joyce Wismann Prof. Marianne Wokeck Y. Rosalind Wolen Ms. Gretchen Wolfram Bernard and Lisa Wood H. David and Jane Wright Doug Yost and Kim Mathews Dr. Don Zimmerman Mark Zwoyer and Peggy McDonald Jen and Christine Zyromski 2018 Donors Due to space limitations, only gifts of $100 or more are listed — except for annual fund gifts given in honor of or in memory of someone. Annual Fund and Other Designated Gifts David and Mary Allen Amy and Michael Alley Robert M. and Sally G. Anderson Anonymous (7) Andrew and Susan Appel Jeffrey and Christine Arnold Nancy Ayres Colleen Bailie Sarah C. Barney Clinton Beck Don and Ginger Bievenour Ted and Peggy Boehm Linda and Bolden-Smith Dr. Rosanne Bonjouklian

Mary Beth and Robert Braitman Paul and Margarete Brandenburg Barbara J. Briggs Dr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Broadie Richard and Joan Broderick Brian and Kim Buchanan Charles and Helen Coghlan Marilyn Dapper Forest and Marsha Daugherty P.R. Davis Carol Derbin Federico and Rosa Maria Dies Nancy Dunn Michael and LouAnn Eagle L.G. and Alyce Edwards Julia and W. Adam Ehret Roger and Mindy Eiteljorg Dr. Judith Erickson Dr. and Mrs. Harvey Feigenbaum Drs. Richard and Becky Feldman Mr. and Mrs. Max Gibson Douglas Hale and Meg Hardison Barbara Hamilton Eric and Pamela Hinkle John and Marilyn Hoffman Stephen and Colleen Hopkins John and Frances Jacobs Connie and Larry Kane The Charley and Carrie Kirk Family Foundation, a CICF fund Kay F. Koch Lezlie Laxton Frank and Sandra Learned Dr. and Mrs. R. Stephen Lehman Norris and MaLes Lineweaver Truman and Nancy Lowe Barbara and Ron Masters James and Kathleen McGrath Stuart and Sylvia Mill Richard and Cynthia Miyamoto Martha and Alfred Mosemiller Daniel and Dianne Motto Col. James Mutter and General Carol Mutter Donald and Gail Nelson Blake Lee and Carolyn Lytle Neubauer Charitable Fund, a fund of Hamilton County Community Foundation Andrea S. Norris Patt Norton Harry Nungesser

Donna and Hal Olsen Margaret Piety and Josef Laposa Mr. and Mrs. James D. Price Mr. Hilary Raab, Jr. William K. Ransom Stephen and Phoebe Roeder James and Rita Rosensteele Nancy Ray Ross Carole Ross George Rubin Mr. Nick Runnebohm William and Jane Salin Thomas and Linda Sands Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Schloss Roger and Barbara Schmenner Marjorie and Karl Schnelle William L. Scott Thomas and Evelyn Seeley Judith Silverman Jack and Barbara Simon James W. and Nancy C. Smith Jeffery and Christy Soldatis Marty Songer Frederick and Fresia Steiner Michael and Maureen Surak L. Gene and Rosemary Tanner Howard and Marlies Terpning Diane G.Thompson Clara Trusty Barbara Weetman Dr. and Mrs. Don C. Weiser Emily West Jack and Julia Wickes John D. Wilson Dr. Don Zimmerman Robina M. Zink Steven and Susan Zumdahl Gifts in Honor and in Memory In Honor of Pat and Bob Anker’s 50th Wedding Anniversary Gay Burkhart Carlos and Eleanor Lopez Patricia and Arthur Newman In Honor of Margaret Archuleta Harry Nungesser In Honor of Katharine and Patrick Beeson’s Wedding Susie and Howard Maxwell

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Artist P.A. Nisbet, left, and artist Rose Linda Martinez (who are spouses) chatted with Quest for the West ® Art Show and Sale sponsor Mike Leppert, right, during the Quest party Sept. 8, 2018. In Honor of Mary Beth Braitman upon Her Retirement Kevin Allen and Audra Ferguson-Allen Kathryn L. Braun Craig Burke and Diane Cruz-Burke Jennifer R. Derryberry Eric Dewer Sarah K. Funke Robert Gauss Thomas Hanify Stacy and Jama Hostetler Mr. and Mrs. James D. Kemper Robin Kills A Hundred Lindsay Knowles Raven Merlan Barbara and Thomas Miller Cynthia L. Moore Ann M. O’Hara Shalina and Alex Schaefer Tara and Marc Sciscoe Christopher and Nicole Sears In Honor of Mike Eagle Melodie and David Anderson In Honor of the Wedding of Mike Eagle and Lou Ann Berg Melodie, David and Lilah Anderson In Honor of Eiteljorg Museum Employees John Vanausdall *Deceased

In Honor of Kristin and Sergio Gigli Sue Hittle In Honor of Gloria Griesinger’s Birthday John Vanausdall In Honor of Retiring Eiteljorg Board Chairman Tom Hoback Pat and Robert Anker Frank and Katrina Basile Mary Beth and Robert Braitman Russell Breeden and Katharine A. Walker Steve Cagle Angie and Dick Darlington L.G. and Alyce Edwards Roger and Mindy Eiteljorg Drs. Richard and Becky Feldman Walter Fitzsimmons and Yvonne Dutton Tim Garnett and Peter Slaymaker Patty and Thomas Gibbs Karen and Joseph Glaser Fritz R. and Sandy Gordner James and Sara Gutting Cindy and Robert Hoye Stan and Sandy Hurt Chris Katterjohn and Dona Stohler Nataly and Jonathan Lowder Susie and Howard Maxwell Gita and Joseph Osborne Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Reilly, Jr.

Molly Sass A.H. “Hutch” Schumaker, II and Kevina Schumaker Robert and Barbara Shortle John W. Timothy, Jr., M.D. Chris and Whitney Trede John Vanausdall In Honor of Beth and Phil Kimble Dan and Susan Bradford In Honor of P.E. McAllister John Vanausdall In Honor of Blee and Noell Nighbert Dan and Susan Bradford In Honor of James Nottage upon His Retirement John and Karen Colglazier Carl and Gayle Cox Wayne Craig Angie and Dick Darlington L.G. and Alyce Edwards John and Elizabeth Fawcett Walter Fitzsimmons and Yvonne Dutton Patty and Thomas Gibbs Gordon and Llura Gund Kevin P. Hennessey Tom and Sue Hoback Pam and Gary Jursik Carla and Mike Leppert Steve and Jane Marmon Susie and Howard Maxwell Ralph G. Nowak Mel and Joan Perelman Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Reilly, Jr. Scott and Janette Rogers John Vanausdall Jack and Sue Zinser In Honor of Mel and Joan Perelman John and Susan Barnard Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. Blackwell, II Vaughn and Nancy Bryson Steve Cagle Mr. Daniel P. Carmichael Christel DeHaan Family Foundation Lori Efroymson-Aguilera and Sergio Aguilera Mrs. John Hardie Dr. and Mrs. John C. Lechleiter Steve and Jane Marmon Susie and Howard Maxwell

Dorit and Gerald Paul Betty Perelman Bob and Kathy Postlethwait Dr. and Mrs. George Rapp Dr. and Mrs. Randall G. Rowland Robert and Holly Sieck Barbara and David Stillabower John Vanausdall Barbara West Bill and Roberta Witchger Mr. and Mrs. Stephen D. Zimmerman Jack and Sue Zinser In Honor of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Seeley Jacqueline and William Kingston In Honor of June Swango George and Susan Brattain In Honor of John Vanausdall’s Birthday Susie and Howard Maxwell In Honor of Jessica Welch’s 95th Birthday Bill and Bonnie Lawrence and Family Michael Lawrence, Kelly Lawrence, Lisa Fenchel and David Lawrence Bill and Barbara McLin Bill, Nicole, Wesley and Sam McLin Angelique, Matt, Vivi and Coleman Mertz Rebecca, Scott, McKenzie and Cooper Seyferth Kent, Kellie, Michael and Lauren Welch Nick, Amy and Alex Welch Malcolm and Lisa Welch Monte and Marilyn Welch In Honor of the Greatest Eiteljorg Employee Ever: Mary Whistler Maggie and Mark Cline In Honor of Carol Wichman Gerry and Kim Wichman In Memory of Elizabeth J. Ahasteen Jay T. Akridge Drs. Martha and Michael Hill Rebecca McVittie In Memory of Richard Lewis Bloch Lorenzo Clayton In Memory of Leland Boren Anonymous Jim and Jackie Morris John Vanausdall

In Memory of Harry Fonseca Harry Nungesser In Memory of Joyce Helvie John Vanausdall In Memory of Leon Jett Ramona Seese Thornburg In Memory of the Father of Thalia Nicas Gail Ettinger In Memory of H. Roll McLaughlin Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. McLaughlin, Jr. In Memory of Dr. C.W. and Mrs. Y.I. Pettinga Steven Pettinga and Michael Byrum In Memory of Joan Rillo Larry and Linda Sherfick In Memory of Norma Sterchi Karen Sterchi In Memory of Harry Trausch Susie and Howard Maxwell John Vanausdall In Memory of Bob Turner Mary Beth and Robert Braitman Susie and Howard Maxwell John Vanausdall In Memory of Anna Seim White Anonymous John and Nancy Myrland John Vanausdall Ella Kay and John W. Timothy, Sr. Family Memorial Fund Charlene K. Timothy John Timothy, Jr. M.D. The James Nottage Fund for Western Scholarship Mary Beth and Robert Braitman Michael and LouAnn Eagle Roger and Mindy Eiteljorg Patty and Thomas Gibbs Gordon and Llura Gund High Noon, Inc. — Joseph and Linda Sherwood Stan and Sandy Hurt Steve and Jane Marmon Jim and Jackie Morris Robert and Lora Sandroni John Vanausdall

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Western Art Society Gifts L.G. and Alyce Edwards Ryan C. Fuhrmann Newell O. Pugh, Jr. Project 2021 Endowment Campaign Jungclaus-Campbell Co., Inc. Charlotte Mittler F. Timothy and Nancy Nagler Ruth Skillman* Thomas G. and Susan C. Hoback Curator of Native American Art, History and Culture position Tom and Sue Hoback Drs. Susan and Robert Stephens Artists in Residence Endowment Dr. Robert Stephens In Honor of Frank E.* and Nancy M.* Russell Gannett Project 2021 Capital Campaign Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation, Inc. Michael and Terra Aguirre Sue and Michael Back Frank and Katrina Basile Elaine and Eric Bedel Mona Billingsley Brian and Kim Buchanan Chris and Kimberley Eck L.G. and Alyce Edwards Drs. Richard and Becky Feldman Carolyn Fisher Jasmin French Ryan C. Fuhrmann Tom and Sharon Funk Tim Garnett and Peter Slaymaker Karen and Joseph Glaser Fred and Angie Green Cindy and Robert Hoye Ms. Modupe Gloria Labode Carla and Mike Leppert Lilly Endowment Inc. Steve and Jane Marmon Susie and Howard Maxwell Nicholas H. Noyes, Jr. Memorial Foundation, Inc. Donna and Hal Olsen *Deceased

Mel and Joan Perelman Noreen and Alan Poorman Bing and Suzi Pratt Dr. and Mrs. Randall G. Rowland José and Mary Ann Sánchez A.H. “Hutch” Schumaker, II and Kevina Schumaker Thomas and Evelyn Seeley Joan SerVaas and Larry Roan Robert and Barbara Shortle Chad Slaughter and Jillian McCarty The Forest Fund, Inc. The Margot L. and Robert S. Eccles Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation Judith and Joe Thomas Barbara West Don and Angela Woodley Mr. and Mrs. C. Daniel Yates Project New Moon and Project Silver Moon Capital Campaigns Mary Beth and Robert Braitman Steve Cagle Drs. Richard and Becky Feldman The Gordon and Llura Gund Foundation Ralph G. Nowak Foundation, Corporation and Government Gifts $1 million and above Lilly Endowment Inc. $500,000-$999,999 Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation, Inc. $100,000-$499,999 Efroymson Family Fund, a Central Indiana Community Foundation Fund $50,000-$99,999 Arts Council and the City of Indianapolis David H. & Barbara M. Jacobs Foundation Nicholas H. Noyes, Jr. Memorial Foundation, Inc. The Indiana Rail Road Company $25,000-$49,999 Capital Group Avis Foundation, Inc. Boren Foundation Cardinal Contracting LLC Ice Miller LLP

Indiana Arts Commission Institute of Museum and Library Services The Forest Fund, Inc. The Gordon and Llura Gund Foundation The Margot L. and Robert S. Eccles Fund, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation The Sunrise Foundation $10,000-$24,999 Anonymous Christel DeHaan Family Foundation Gannett Indianapolis Colts Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP Netherleigh Fund, a Central Indiana Community Foundation Fund OneAmerica Oxford Financial Group, Ltd. The Swisher Foundation $5,000-$9,999 Ayres Foundation, Inc. Barnes & Thornburg LLP Wilhelm Construction Co. Butler Family Foundation Pacers Sports & Entertainment $2,500-$4,999 Arthur Jordan Foundation Booth Western Art Museum Faegre Baker Daniels LLP Nordstrom The Glick Family Foundation $1,000-$2,499 Bessemer National Gift Fund Citimark Management Co., Inc. Cripe Charitable Foundation, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation Fifth Third Bank Gregory & Appel Insurance High Noon Western Americana Hogan Transfer and Storage Corporation Indiana Humanities Joanne W. Orr Charitable Fund, a fund of The Indianapolis Foundation JPMorgan Chase & Co. Kahn’s Catering Krivi Arts, Humanities and Sciences Fund

MET Foundation Inc. Ogletree Deakins The International Center Festival Fund The Penrod Society Vision Communties, Inc. $150-$999 Blake Lee and Carolyn Lytle Neubauer Charitable Fund, a fund of Hamilton County Community Foundation Jungclaus-Campbell Co., Inc. Lewis Kappes The Charley and Carrie Kirk Family Foundation, a Central Indiana Community Foundation fund The Saltsburg Fund - Donald W. Buttrey Walmart #5408 Walmart #5443 Matching gifts Ayres Foundation Deluxe Corporation Foundation Eli Lilly and Company Foundation Inc. IBM Corporation Matching Gifts Program Lilly Endowment Inc. Gifts-in-Kind A Classic Party Rental Elite Beverages Faegre Baker Daniels LLP Honeymoon Image & Design Lemon Tree Cookies Markey’s Rental and Staging Monarch Beverage Needler’s Fresh Market Ray’s Trash Service, Inc. Republic National Distributing Company Stuart’s Household Furniture Moving and Storage, Inc. Sun King Brewing The Empty Vase 2018 Exhibitions The Reel West Presented by Oxford Financial Group, Ltd. Sponsored by Anonymous (2) Barnes & Thornburg LLP

Boren Foundation Capital Group Ice Miller LLP Indianapolis Colts David H. & Barbara M. Jacobs Foundation Nordstrom The Sunrise Foundation Theater Experience Sponsored by Frank N. and Patricia L. Owings Additional support provided by Anonymous Russell Breeden and Katharine A. Walker James and Sara Gutting Ginger Merkel in memory of Roger Merkel 13th annual Quest for the West ® Art Show and Sale Presented by Cardinal Contracting The Western Art Society Wagon Master Avis Industries Trail Bosses Stephen and Jane Marmon Patsy Solinger Bill and Roberta Witchger Drovers Angie and Dick Darlington L.G. and Alyce Edwards Alan Gerry Tom and Patty Gibbs Ice Miller LLP Mel and Joan Perelman Mavericks Caryn and David Anderson Roger and Mindy Eiteljorg Tom and Evelyn Seeley Buckaroos Stan and Sandy Hurt Indiana Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery Associates — Dr. and Mrs. John Moenning Michael S. and Janie Maurer Beth Meloy and Robert Oppelt Patte and Frank Owings Jack and Sue Zinser

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Other donations Ieva Straatman P.A. Nisbet Tom and Patty Gibbs Marty Songer George Brattain Fred and Binro Lee Eiteljorg Keepsake Sponsors Stephen and Jane Marmon Catherine and Robert* Turner Prize Sponsors Harrison Eiteljorg Purchase Award The Western Art Society Henry Farny Award for Best Painting Stephen and Jane Marmon Victor Higgins Work of Distinction Catherine and Robert* Turner Cyrus Dallin Award for Best Sculpture Carla and Mike Leppert Patrons’ Choice Award Booth Western Art Museum Artists’ Choice Award Phyllis and Ed* Cockerill 2019 Eiteljorg Fellowship for Contemporary Art Presented by Lilly Endowment Inc. Sponsored by Efroymson Family Fund, a Central Indiana Community Foundation Fund Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure Presented by The Indiana Rail Road Sponsored by Butler Family Foundation L.G. and Alyce Edwards H. Jean Cline Jones Kyle Indianapolis Colts Katz, Sapper & Miller, LLP OneAmerica The Kortepeter Family Additional support Faegre Baker Daniels LLP Hogan Transfer and Storage Corporation Stuart’s Household Furniture Moving and Storage, Inc. *Deceased

2018 Special Events Juneteenth Sponsored by Ice Miller LLP Day of the Dead Sponsored by Christel DeHaan Family Foundation Nopal Cultural The Indianapolis Foundation The International Center The Penrod Society 2018 Indian Market & Festival Sponsored by Anonymous Steve Cagle Cripe Charitable Foundation, a fund of Central Indiana Community Foundation Ice Miller LLP Mel and Joan Perelman Entertainment stage sponsored by Christel DeHaan Family Foundation Additional support provided by The museum’s Mrs. Robert S. Eccles Fund Friends of Indian Market & Festival Helen Cox Kersting Award Helen Cox Kersting Margot Eccles Youth Prize Anonymous Advocate Pat and Bob Anker Associate Mel and Joan Perelman Contributor Ella Kay and John W. Timothy, Sr. Memorial Fund Catherine and Robert* Turner Fan Dr. Nancy Branyas Ed* and Phyllis Cockerill L.G. and Alyce Edwards Roger and Mindy Eiteljorg Tom and Patty Gibbs Drs. Richard and Rebecca Feldman Polly H. Hix Bob and Cindy Hoye Kahn’s Catering

Larry and Connie Kane L. Robert and Nancy Lowe Jane and Steve Marmon Jim and Jackie Morris Dr. Newell O. Pugh, Jr. Hilary Raab, Jr. Tom and Bonnie Reilly A.H. “Hutch” Schumaker, II and Kevina Schumaker Tom and Evelyn Seeley Mike and Maureen Surak Martha and John Tynan Brian West Don Woodley Supporter Sarah Barney Martha and Michael Hill Christy Vezolles and Gil Waldman Gas Cards for Artists Anonymous Sue Arnold Dr. Rosanne Bonjouklian Rochelle and Michael Cohen Gayle and Carl Cox Wayne Craig Linda Darr In Memory of Mrs. Robert Lacy Eccles, from Leslie Donchetz Jasmin French Linda Gilman Deborah Hyndman Norbert and Katherine Krapf Jane and Steve Marmon Susie and Howard Maxwell Charlotte Mittler Gita and Joe Osborne Dorit and Gerald Paul Eloise Paul Hilary Raab, Jr. Chris Reading and Juliet Port Ellen M. Reed Linda Stark Brian West Marion Wolen Larry and Karen Zimmerman Harrison Eiteljorg Purchase Award Pat and Bob Anker Mike Eagle Ellen M. Reed Ella Kay and John W. Timothy, Sr. Memorial Fund

In-Kind Support A Classic Party Rental Bee Coffee Roasters Dunkin Donuts Einstein Bros. Bagels Fresh Market Frito-Lay Honeymoon Image & Design Inc. Imperfect Produce Indiana Department of Administration Indiana State Fair Commission Indianapolis Department of Public Works Indianapolis Fruit Company Jack’s Donuts Menefee Lemonade Needler’s Fresh Market Nicey Treat Old West Food One Source, LLC Platero Frybread Ray’s Trash Services Red Frazier Bison Safeway Securitas Inc. Tad Fruits Photography Tinker Coffee White River State Park Wilhelm Construction 2018 Cowpokes & Cocktails Fundraiser Sponsored by Mustang ($10,000) Catherine and Robert* Turner Cattle Herders ($5,000) Angie and Dick Darlington Tom and Sue Hoback Ice Miller LLP Indianapolis Colts Steve and Jane Marmon Mel and Joan Perelman Joan SerVaas and Larry Roan Table Sponsors Citimark Chris and Kimberley Eck L.G. and Alyce Edwards Fifth Third Bank Angie and Fred Green JPMorgan Chase Rod and Jayme McComas

Artist Mark Kelso of Bargersville, Ind., was voted by fellow Quest artists as the Artists’ Choice award winner at the 2018 Quest for the West® Art Show and Sale. Not only was it Kelso’s first time participating in Quest, he was the only Indiana artist in the event. He is seen here with his painting, Riverdance.

Ogletree Deakins Whitney and Chris Trede Don Woodley Gary and Hannah Hirschbert/Goldman Sachs Venue Location Fitness Farm In-Kind Supporters A-Classic Elite Beverages Heartland Golf Carts Kahn’s Catering Markey’s RNDC The Empty Vase

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BOARDS AND COUNCILS

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he Eiteljorg is grateful to civic leaders who give of their time and expertise to help the museum formulate its strategies.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS Mike Aguirre Pat Anker‡ Sue A. Back‡ Frank Basile Charles Blair Mary Beth Braitman‡ Steve Cagle Wendy Cooper Angie Darlington Chris Eck L.G. Edwards‡ Roger S. Eiteljorg‡ Richard Feldman, M.D. Tim Garnett Patty Gibbs Karen Glaser Fred Green Polly Horton Hix Tom Hoback‡ Cindy Hoye Sandy Hurt Stan C. Hurt‡ Chris Katterjohn‡ Carla Leppert Gita Osborne Bonnie A. Reilly A.H. “Hutch” Schumaker, II Joan SerVaas John Timothy, Jr. M.D. (Muscogee (Creek) Nation) Chris Trede Cathy Turner Barbara West Don Woodley (Ojibwe) C. Daniel Yates

Ex-Officio Joe Miller‡, Counsel Emeritus Members Robert R. Baxter Edward M. Cockerill, M.D.* Phyllis Cockerill Gayle Cox Michael Eagle Joyce Gellenbeck Betsey Harvey William K. McGowan, Jr. James T. Morris Gerald Paul Mel Perelman, Ph.D. Steve Radcliffe Robert Salyers Tim Wright Founding Directors Robert R. Baxter Tom Binford* Harrison Eiteljorg* Glenn W. Irwin, Jr., M.D.* J.B. King* William K. McGowan, Jr. Chris Schenkel* June Swango* Donald Tanselle Jean Whitcraft*

‡ Members of Executive Committee * Deceased

Board Officers Chair, Mary Beth Braitman Vice Chairman, L.G. Edwards Treasurer, Sue Back Secretary, Pat Anker Board of Advisors Russ Breeden Walter Fitzsimmons Jasmin French Ryan Fuhrmann Tom Funk Fritz Gordner James Gutting Lynnette Hanes Mary Huggard Carlie Irsay-Gordon Ontay Johnson Modupe Labode, Ph.D. Susie Maxwell Erin Oliver (Miami) George Pappas Todd Pedersen Amanda Rail José Sánchez Bob Shortle Chad Slaughter Judy Thomas Barbara West Ahmed Young

National Board of Advisors Kai Binford Ron W. Dollens Susie Dollens Michael Eagle Burke Eiteljorg Gordon Gund Llura Gund James M. Guyette Helen Kersting Binro Lee Fred Lee Charlotte G. Mittler R. Terrance Rader Rebecca Rader W. B. Rodgers, M.D. Jody A. Rodgers, M. D. Bob Sandroni Lora Sandroni Harry M. Stern Marlys A. Stern Ellen Napiura Taubman Gil Waldman Vivian Wunsch

EVENT SPACES Beautiful Eiteljorg spaces are often rented for wedding receptions, corporate events and other gatherings. Kahn’s Catering offers delicious cuisine. For details on event space rentals, contact 317.275.1329 or lspeece@eiteljorg.com.

The Eiteljorg’s annual holiday model train display, Jingle Rails: The Great Western Adventure, features nine electric trains that travel through backdrops depicting scenes of Indianapolis and landmarks of the American West, made out of all-natural materials by Applied Imagination.

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COUNCIL MEMBERS Cowpokes & Cocktails Committee Ryan Fuhrmann Angie Green Whitney Trede Cathy Turner Collections Council Edward M. Cockerill, M.D.* Richard Feldman Sandy Hurt, chair Stan Hurt Charlotte Mittler Dorit Paul Bonnie Reilly Development Council Pat Anker, co-chair Mary Beth Braitman Steve Cagle Angie Darlington L.G. Edwards, co-chair Ryan Fuhrmann Fritz Gordner Lynnette Hanes Stan Hurt Kelly Masoncup Susie Maxwell Cathy Turner Martha Tynan Barbara West Don Woodley Executive Committee Pat Anker Sue Back Mary Beth Braitman L.G. Edwards Roger Eiteljorg Tom Hoback Stan Hurt Chris Katterjohn Joe Miller

*Deceased

Facilities Council Roger Eiteljorg, chair Bo Elder Fred Green Jonathon Hess Jay Peacock Jeff Wylie Finance Council Sue Back, chair Mary Beth Braitman Angie Darlington William Denton Walter Fitzsimmons Gloria Griesinger Jim Gutting Stan Hurt Chris Katterjohn Ralph Nowak Bob Salyers Mike Sawyers Chad Slaughter Tim Wright Governance Council Mary Beth Braitman Richard Feldman Karen Glaser Fred Green Tom Hoback Mary Huggard Chris Katterjohn Modupe Labode Bonnie Reilly A.H. “Hutch� Schumaker II, chair Don Woodley Human Resource Council Mark Anderson Charles Baldwin Mary Beth Braitman, chair Charlene Giles Fred Green Cindy Hoye Marvin Recht

Indian Market and Festival Co-Chairs Pat Anker Cindy Hoye John Timothy Investment Council Mike Aguirre Sue Back Bruce Benjamin Russ Breeden, chair Walter Fitzsimmons Ryan Fuhrmann Gloria Griesinger John Grogan Chris Trede Marketing Task Force Steve Cagle Cindy Hoye Mary Huggard George Pappas Bob Schultz Tamara Winfrey-Harris Ahmed Young Merchandising Council Frank Basile, chair Angie Green Eloise Paul Cathy Turner Jan Woodruff Native American Advisory Council Margaret Archuleta Brenda Child Donald Fixico Emma Hansen Erin Oliver, Liason Gloria Lomahaftewa James Riding In Dennis Sun Rhodes Jason Wesaw

Planned Giving Council Jay Benjamin Kristine Bouaichi, chair L.G. Edwards John Gardner Kathy Hower Louie Lazaron Justine Overturf Singh Holly Pantzer Rodney Retzner Rob Twitchell Tiffany Van Hook Karin Veatch Dan Yates Western Art Society David Anderson and Caryn Cockerill Anderson Ed* and Phyllis Cockerill L.G. Edwards and Alyce Edwards Roger and Mindy Eiteljorg Mary Jane Failey Ryan Fuhrmann Tom and Patty Gibbs Betsey Harvey Stan and Sandy Hurt Jim and Sherry Kittle Mike and Carla Leppert Steve and Jane Marmon Joe and Gita Osborne Mel and Joan Perelman Newell O. Pugh, Jr. Tom and Evelyn Seeley Robert* and Cathy Turner Steve and Sharon Zimmerman

The 26th annual Eiteljorg Indian Market and Festival began June 23, 2018, with the first-ever Market Morning Breakfast, which featured special music from two of the artists. Attending were from left: Indian Market co-chair Dr. John Timothy, M.D. (Muscogee (Creek) Nation), musician and artist Tim Blueflint Ramel (Bad River Chippewa/Comanche), musician and artist Gabriel Ayala (Pascua Yaqui), Indian Market co-chair Cindy Hoye, and Eiteljorg President and CEO John Vanausdall.

Agave Board of Directors Maria Keyler, president Trevor Bruner Denena Edwards Shae LeDune Rachel Green Sharpe Joey Shikany Justin Sufan Taylor Whitaker

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IN MEMORIAM

DEDICATION

The Eiteljorg fondly remembers museum supporters who passed away in 2018, and appreciates their long support. Leland Boren, November 26, 2018 Leland and his late wife, LaRita, were quiet and generous donors and supporters of the Eiteljorg Museum and its mission.

James Pauloski, February 25, 2018 A member of the museum for 24 years

Joseph A. Borinstein, June 6, 2018 Original Western Art Society member, long-time member and supporter

Mary Reuter, April 27, 2018 Member for eight years

Doris Jane Conway, August 23, 2018 Longtime member, donor, volunteer and Indian Market and Festival prize sponsor Shan Goshorn (Eastern Band of Cherokee), December 1, 2018 A 2013 Eiteljorg Contemporary Art Fellow, Shan was a concept-based artist whose work included traditional Cherokee basket weaving. Joyce A. Helvie, January 19, 2018 Eiteljorg member for 15 years and former executive assistant to the museum’s president, 1988 to 1999.

Judith Powell, August 12, 2018 Volunteer and former member

Larry A. Richart, April 26, 2018 Member for 16 years Joan Rillo, February 15, 2018 Member for 20 years Francine Z. Rosenberg, April 2, 2018 A member for 20 years and a valued volunteer for 16 years Helen F. Rudesill, December 13, 2018 Member for eight years Nancy M. Russell, May 2, 2018 Longtime member, donor and supporter

Stephen J. Holmes, January 12, 2018 Longtime member and supporter

Vera Short, September 1, 2018 Two-year member

Nancy Jaussaud, December 8, 2018 A volunteer for 15 years, Nancy was a familiar face at the museum.

Harry M. Trausch, June 13, 2018 An active member for nine years who enjoyed Eagle trips, Indian Market and Festival and special events

Suzy Kish, May 18, 2018 Active volunteer for over two years

Robert Turner, August 3, 2018 A generous patron, supporter and museum member for 29 years

James Luna (Luiseño), March 4, 2018 2007 Eiteljorg Fellow Jim Loughmiller, June 8, 2018 A Danville, Ind., resident who was a member for four years Andrew J. Paine, January 29, 2018 Supporter and member for 28 years

Anna S. White, November 18, 2018 An Eiteljorg member and supporter for 17 years Mandeville “Mandy” H. Zabriskie, December 31, 2018 Mandy volunteered at the Eiteljorg from 2008-2012, helping maintain the museum’s gardens.

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n 2018, the Eiteljorg Museum family lost many dear friends. It is always difficult to deal with the passing of these supporters, but we can reflect back on their important contributions to our mission. Among those lost is Leland Boren. Leland and his late wife LaRita were quiet, behind-the-scenes supporters The late Leland Boren, right, whose generosity over the past two was a generous longtime decades made a profound impact on major Eiteljorg donor and supporter. initiatives, including Eye on the Future, In this photo, he was enjoying which allowed the museum to double in the 2010 Quest for the West ® event with Eiteljorg size, and Quest for the West® as well as President and CEO John many other efforts, especially those Vanausdall, left. focused on education and youth. We also mourn the passing of Joseph Borinstein, longtime member, supporter and one of the original founding members of the Western Art Society; Nancy Russell, Eagle Society member of 24 years and founding trustee for the Nina Mason Pulliam Charitable Trust; and Robert Turner, a generous supporter and husband of board member Cathy Turner. We also remember Harry Trausch, who enjoyed special events such as Indian Market and Festival but most of all the Eagle Society trips. Doris Jane Conway, longtime member and volunteer, was a donor to our capital campaigns and a prize sponsor for our Native American artists at the Indian Market and Festival. Especially near to my heart, our museum family lost Joyce Helvie, former executive assistant who began working for the Eiteljorg before we opened our doors and who admirably served each of the museum’s directors/presidents: Michael Duty, Phillip Thompson, Arnold Jolles and me. We dedicate the 2018 annual report to these friends and others who passed and are listed in this document on this page.

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President and CEO John Vanausdall Vice President for Advancement Nataly Lowder Director of Marketing and Communications Bert Beiswanger Editor and Writer Bryan Corbin Graphic Design Honeymoon Image & Design, Inc. Contributing Writers Kay Hinds Allison Evans Christa Barleben Sally Dickson Molly Sass John Vanausdall Photography Eiteljorg Museum staff and interns Hadley Fruits Photography Jessica Strickland Photography Zach Dobson Photography Zach Malmgren

EITELJORG MUSEUM STAFF WHO SERVED IN 2018-19: Jason Allen** Sheila Jackson** Jennifer Anker Paul Jones Matthew Askren Kelsey Keating Shelby Barlow Deborah Kish Johanna M. Blume Lezlie Laxton Christa Barleben Susan Lewis Bert Beiswanger Nataly Lowder Linda Bolden-Smith Dana Sofiè Rita Maria Suzanne Braun-McGee Kandi Morgan Ann Carey Sarah Naum Jeff Christian Jaq Nigg** Mary Ann Clifford** Alisa Nordholt-Dean Tom Coble James H. Nottage** Briana Cockerham James Padgett Jennifer Complo McNutt Elisa G. Phelps Bryan Corbin Ian Poynter Jeff Coulson Dorene Red Cloud Brandi Crocker Ashley Robinson Cindy Davis Hyacinth Rucker Sally Dickson Rebekah Ryan Melissa Dombrowski Susan St. Angelo Kelsey Donson** Cassandra Sanborn Pete Drummond Molly Sass Elizabeth Duff** Sandy Schmidt Jan Eason** Scott Shoemaker LaMarr Easter Steve Sipe Allison Evans Lorna Speece Khadija Evans Kristin Stout** Benny Grider Robert Tate Charles Hill John Vanausdall Martha Hill Teresita Vigil** Kay Hinds Mary Whistler Eric Hinkle Cameron Wingate** Lorrie Hizer Eldon Yeakel** Shannon Holloran**

2018 Interns Liz Ale Rachel Drake Rachel Foley Madison Hincks Elizabeth Knapp Abi Lindstedt Laura Markley Samantha Roll Jacqueline Rooksberry** Beth Scott Staci Seber Brittan Semler Allison Simms Haley Stevenson Stasia Tanzer Andrew Townsend Ava Warrenfelt Amanda Williams**

The Frank and Katrina Basile Museum Store offers a beautiful variety of authentic Native American jewelry, Pendleton blankets, Western-themed home décor, art books, cards, posters and children’s items to provide a lasting memory of your visit to the Eiteljorg. Mary Ann Clifford assisted many visitors at the sales counter during her nearly eight years as the museum’s retail operations coordinator, until her recent retirement.

The Eiteljorg Museum Café offers delicious Southwest-inspired menu items, including salads, sandwiches and quesadillas, all created by our catering partner, Kahn’s Catering.

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