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This historic 1961 photograph was captured during a public health field study located at Window Rock, Arizona, the administrative center of the Navajo Nation. The landmark’s name derived from the window, or hole, eroded through the 200-foot high sandstone hill you’re able to see in the background.
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Content Providers(s):CDC
Creation Date:1961
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CDC Organization
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