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Photograph of watercolour which depicts a figure with decorated breasts from Etzatlan, Jalisco, Mexico.
Photograph of a drawing of a jar Ea8102 (above) and bowl Ea8101 (below). Provenance - Churumuco, Michoacan, Mexico.
Printed inscription from a lintel at Casa de Monjas, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico.
Photograph showing three decorated vases, one has a curved base and an animal motif. Two have feet one of which is broken and the other is decoated with an animal head attached to the rim. There are three stripes of design.
Photograph of Australian Aboriginal wooden throwing stick or club E4854, against a white background.
Photograph of Australian Aboriginal wooden throwing stick or club E4854, against a white background, with sketch of Mexican man wearing robes and feather headdress and holding out a similar club
Drawing/print of The Caracol, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico from the south west corner of the upper terrace. Rough sketch of ground and side plan of Casa Colorado.
Drawing/print of the Casa Colorado, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico from the north west, south east.
Grey and white watercolour of the corner of a square stone on top of a pillar at Chamber E, Temple A, Chichen Itza, Mexico.
Painting of women at work - San MartÃn Texmelucan and IztaccÃhuatl, Mexico. Watercolour by Adela Breton. 'Laundresses at work.' 1894.
Watercolour of caryatid IV, outer chamber, Temple A, Chichen Itza, Mexico.
Photograph of wall relief on the North Wall of Chamber E, Great Ball Court, Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico. Retouched photograph with red watercolour.
Pencil drawing of a design from a funeral vase from Mexico. 'Encontrado en un Sepulcro'.
Drawing of two containers, one a vase with geometric decoration and the other a vase with a sprout or handle with a design on the body. This design is also shown separately. Notes below drawing include the words 'Plain gray ware, blackened by fire'. Oaxaca? Mexico.
Blurred photograph of the corner of a building showing carved stone relief and statue. Taken in 1900 approximately.
Image depicting part of the Great Ball Court, Temple A, The Inner Doorway, Chichen Itza, Mexico. The view shows the outer chamber looking at the doorway between the outer and inner chambers.
Photograph of a painted wall and column relief on the Eastern Side Wall and East Pier, North Building C, Great Ball Court, Chichen Itza.
Drawing of a stone relief from the hollow on the back of a stone tiger found in Mexico city. Made from black ink and show a circle containing two seated warriors both having one leg and knee raised with a foot on the ground. There is a second drawing of a warrior design with a note underneath. 'From Peabody Museum Papers Vol.1 Zelia Nuttall'. 'A Penitential Rite of the Ancient Mexicans.' There is nothing to indicate if this drawing is connected with the relief on the tiger found in Mexico City.
Printed photograph showing Stela with face carved. It shows two large figures facing each other wearing elaborate head dresses. Two small seated figures face each other underneath.
Sepia-toned photograph of an Oraibi-Moki snake dance, August 1896. 22 young men gathered around watching one man with a snake on the ground in front of him. Most are holding snakes. They wear aprons, with fur tails behind them, and have white paint on backs, chests and arms. A white man watches from behind the group. In the distance are people and horses, most seem to be Moqui Indians waiting for the dance. The snake dance is a sacred ritual, to propitiate the water god and ask for rain in a dry land. Performed at Oraibi, the largest town, in even years and at Walpi in odd years, young men brought in 200 snakes from a 4 day hunt, the snakes were danced by the snake priests, then returned to the wild. Rubber-stamped on recto: Santa Fe Route News service / Fred Harvey Mgr / Los Angeles.
Sepia-toned photograph of a Ka-waikah woman from S Laguna pueblo, shown seated on floor against wall, legs straight, with an unpainted olla or round pot on her lap. The pot is painted white, and the woman is painting the neck with curved linear patterns. She is looking at the camera. She has a stone beside her with stone pebbles (burnishers?) and 3 coins. Behind her are 2 finished ollas with typical decoration on a white ground. She wears a dark skirt and top, a white shawl and hide mocassin boots Recto: Rubber-stamped: Santa Fe Route News service / Fred Harvey Mgr / Los Angeles.
Sepia-toned photograph of a Navajo family, man, two women child, seated in front of a stone-built shelter with cloth curtain over the entrance and a branch and cloth roof. The man and child wear European clothes, the women wear traditional clothing. The man sits barefoot with his boots beside him. to the side of the woman is a sqaure bag Recto: in AB's hand 'Navajos Arizona' Rubber-stamped: Santa Fe Route News service / Fred Harvey Mgr / Los Angeles.
Sketch book showing reliefs, ruins and views of Mexico and Europe. 1903-1905
Photograph of a black ink drawing of a painted wall relief on the Eastern Side Wall and East Pier, North Building C, Great Ball Court, Chichen Itza. Made by Adela Breton 1903-1907. The image has a red watercolour background and the dado is painted in blue, red and yellow watercolour. There are three rows of warriors in various positions depicted - one lies prone with another bending over him and a third pointing at him in the lower right hand corner above dado. The dado shows a kneeling or cross legged warrior on the right hand side and the rest of the dado shows foliage and flowers. A note below the drawing reads - 'Plain stone, covered cement and paint.' Drawn from an original by Adela Breton.
Photograph of a painted wall relief at Chichen Itza, Mexico. Image is of the central part of the relief on the north wall above the dado, North Building C, Great Bell Court.
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