This was woven by Minnie Many Horses in 1932 for the Hubbell Trading Post and it took 23 months to create.
Shortly after its creation, it was on display at the 1933-34 Chicago World's Fair.
It is believed to be the 4th largest Navajo textile in existence.
The weaving is on loan to the Heard Museum from the Foster Family for a short period of time. I'm glad I made the trip to the museum to see it. It's beautiful.
I have a new post on Sharon's Sojourns today. I have a look at the Grand Canyon over the decades.