Page 87. The Taos Building and Kiva at the Painted Desert Exhibit – Panama-California Exposition, 1915.
Page 88-89. Construction of the Painted Desert’s “Cliff Ruins” in 1914.
Page 88. The thousands of adobe bricks needed for the entire exhibit were made on site.
Page 90. The exhibit’s cliffs were made of wire and colored cement over a wooden frame, sculpted to resemble rock.
Page 92. While supervising construction of the painted Desert Exhibit, Nusbaum made a thorough photographic documentation of the project. Here he recorded two Indian men building an horno for the baking of bread.
Page 93. During the Exposition’ s two-year run Indians of various tribes demonstrated numerous skills such as these two women shown firing pottery.