The cards come in two collections: the first contains cards with a white border surrounding the pictures, the second collection does not have the border. All note cards are blank on the inside. They are all available at our eBay store and you will find those links below.
This young Navajo woman greets the cold December morning with her ceremonial fan made of eagle feathers. She is wearing a Pendleton Harding Shawl, one of the most popular patterns of trading blankets. (This card is also available in Collection #2.)
The shadow of the young Navajo girl mirrors that of Spider Rock in the late afternoon sun. The Pendleton robe she is wearing is a black Mesa Verde pattern. Spider Woman is a pivotal part of the Navajo creation story. She is the communicator between the spirit world and the mortal world. One of her greatest gifts was to teach the art of weaving.
These sisters listen to the wind and are warmed by the reflected glow from the sun. Their form flows in harmony with the gracefully sculpted sandstone. The gray Pendleton shawl is an older "Arrows" pattern, while the blue shawl is the most popular pattern, "Chief Joseph." (This card is also available in Collection #2.)
Shan Baldwin stands with the wind on the double swirl rocks in late afternoon. She is wearing her blue Chief Joseph pattern Pendleton shawl. This formation is located in a remote desert area north of the Grand Canyon.
This young Navajo man greets the rising sun with his blessed eagle feather. The Pendleton robe he is wearing is from the Legendary series and is named "Spirit Quest." (This card is also available in Collection #2.)
This young Navajo man concentrates on his special feather that has been blessed specially for his use and guidance. He is wearing his grey Storm Pattern Pendleton robe and stands on the floor of the great room at Lower Antelope slot canyon near Page, Arizona. (This card is also available in Collection #2.)
This brother and sister wait for the breeze to blow magic words through the sanctuary of Lower Antelope Canyong. He wears a dark green Whoakim Pendleton robe and she wears a green Chief Joseph Pendleton shawl. This canyong is part of the Navajo Tribal Park located near Page, Arizona. (This card is also available in Collection #2.)
Covered with Pendleton's "Spider Woman" legendary blanket, our young Navajo woman attaches herself to a glowing wall. While this is a cross between a contemporary and traditional depiction, Spider Woman is a pivotal part of the Navajo creation story. (This card is also available in Collection #2.)
This image is featured on the cover of the 1999 Native American Robes and Shawls brochure. The grandmother and her granddaughter on the left are wearing early collectible Pendleton pattern shawls while the granddaughter on the right is wearing a royal blue Chief Joseph pattern Pendleton shawl. The interesting rock perch is located at the Colorado National Monument near Grand Junction, Colorado. (This card is also available in Collection #2.)
Shan Baldwin holds her feather fan waiting for the sun to make it glow. She is wearing her white Mesa Verde pattern Pendleton shawl. The scene is located on the dunes by the "Mittens," also known as the, "Greeting Hands," at Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park. (This card is also available in Collection #2.)
Josie holds her lamb in the doorway of the sheeperder's hogan. She wears her white Muchacho series Pendleton shawl to ward off the evening chill at Canyon De Chelly, Arizona.
This father and son wait for the sun to pass through the opening above them. The father is wearing his Red Rock pattern Pendleton robe in a recessed area of Lower Antelope Canyon near Page, Arizona.