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What began as the Pueblo Pottery Fund, pioneered by a group of women in Santa Fe in the 1920s, morphed into the Indian Arts Fund and joined SAR’s Indian Arts Research Center collections in 1972. It is now part of one of the largest open-vault collections of Southwest Native American art, one regularly accessed by communities, advisors, interns, students, writers, artists, anthropologists, and fellows in residence. The public is invited, too.

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