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Volume 12, Issue 2

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River Trading Post

314 N. River Street

Dundee, Illinois 60118

847-426-6901

7033 E. Main Street, 102

Scottsdale, Arizona 85251

480-444-0001

www.rivertradingpost.com

Going on 15 years,

River Trading Post has become

renowned for its diverse collection

of American Indian art, and as the

friendliest place around for explor-

ing and buying American Indian

art.

Browse our galleries, visit our web-

site, and we believe you will find a

treasure with your name on it.

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Just steps away from River Trading Post,

Scottsdale’s new Western Spirit: Museum of

the West shines like a desert star in its new

copper clad, 43,000-square-foot, building.

The museum celebrates the art, history,

culture and unique stories of the 19 states

comprising the American West.

Taking a stroll around the outside of the im-

pressive structure is a treat in itself amid gar-

dens of cactus and other native plants that

thrive in the Arizona sun, as well as excep-

tional works of bronze sculpture.

Inside, visitors can enjoy the works of some of

the most notable Western artists like Georgia

O’Keefe, Fritz Scholder and Charles M. Rus-

sell. The work of renowned American Indian

sculptors Allan Houser and Doug Hyde are

also on display.

The museum also has a beautiful thea-

ter/auditorium where visitors can listen to a

variety of stories and presentations about the

old west.

Scottsdale’s Museum of the West is our new

neighbor, and we welcome it to the neighbor-

hood.

Cactus gardens and bronze sculptures adorn the exterior

of Scottsdale’s Museum of the West. It is a great place

for a stroll or some relaxation and reflection.