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Hubbell Rug

Today we unrolled the Hubbell Rug (the world’s largest single loom Navajo textile) and inspected it for pests prior to transporting it to the Museum of Northern Arizona for preventative freezing at the Eastman Collection Center. It takes 6 people to move the rug and it is so large that we can only unroll 1/2 of the rug in this space. The good news is that we spotted no damage or pests and the rug appears to be in excellent shape. Our thanks to the Museum of Northern Arizona for helping us to preserve this incredible object.

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