The Gouldings arrived in Monument Valley after their marriage in 1923 and the museum highlights their years in the valley, first as trading post owners and then as friends of famous actors, senators, and movies directors. There is a room dedicated to Josef Muench who was hired to photograph the formations to show as potential movie locations. There is a cabin from the movie, She Wore a Yellow Ribbon, that was used on the set. You can walk through their living quarters, which were very simple. Highly recommended!
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