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: Eb478

: Ethnography

: photograph

: 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.

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: Breton Collection

: Arizona, United States of America [USA], North America, Americas

: Ka-waikah

: Park, Frank L - Park & Co

: Elk Mountains, New Mexico, United States of America [USA], North America, Americas

: S. Laguna

: Given by Colonel Breton, 1923.