The graduating class of 1966
Elderly Navajo residents with a fabric canopy providing protection from the sun.
Two male students climb power poles with the help of harnesses.
A Navajo student and her sister ride horses on a visit home
A Navajo student with an America flag
Detail of mural showing three Native Americans on horseback
Apache artist Allan Houser works on a sculpture
Adult religious leaders with Intermountain students
A Catholic church service for students
A white couple shops in the Intermountain Indian School gift shop
A student receiving treatment at the school clinic
Students prepare to perform traditional Navajo dances
Intermountain students wait for buses home at the end of the school year
Intermountain students in a Peach Days parade
Navajo soldiers visit Intermountain Indian School
Memorial sign for Bushnell Hospital and Intermountain Indian School
Students arrive at Intermountain Indian School
Students decorate their dorm room for Christmas. Three students, Sam Clyde, Danny Claw and Bret Greymountain, stand around a small tree that's placed between two bunks. Two unknown children, in winter outfits, are also there.
Two students stand at a counter with three adults behind it. Thomas Tommaney is the man on the far right.
Three women, possible students, standing outside at the Intermountain Inter-Tribal School. All are wearing traditional dress, (Left to right) Papago (pink), Navajo (dark pink and blue), Apache (yellow).
Student James Nazzie with his artwork
Intermountain Indian School Boy Scouts Camporee
A student aviation club works on model airplanes
Intermountain Indian School students work on a roof at the school
Construction of a new vocational building at Intermountain Indian School
Nativity scene with Native American clothing and other native elements
Female Intermountain Indian School students playing basketball