86:15900-2041

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of Harvey Davis on horseback near a water hole. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-2041/ Davis Coll/ COPY/ BORREGO DESERT/ HARVEY DAVIS, SON OF E.H./ DAVIS, ON HORSEBACK/ NEAR WATER HOLE

86:15900-2042

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of Harvey Davis crouching down and cleaning a dish at a campsite in the Anza-Borrego Desert. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-2042/ Davis Coll/ COPY/ BORREGO DESERT/ HARVEY DAVIS CLEANING UP/ DISHES AFTER DESERT MEAL

86:15900-2043

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of Harvey Davis sitting in the shade of an ocotillo plant. A blanket is draped over the plant's branches to create more shade. Two saddles and a canteen are nearby. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-2043/ Davis Coll/ COPY/ BORREGO DESERT/ HARVEY DAVIS RELAXING/ IN SHADE OF OCOTILLO BUSH

86:15900-2044

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of an elderly man, Lotario Duro, standing next to a saddled horse. He has a grey beard and mustache and wears a hat, shirt, jacket, pants and shoes. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-2044/ Davis Coll/ COPY/ MESA GRANDE/ ?/ LOTARIO DURO STANDING/ BY HORSE

86:15900-956B

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of Yellow Sky (also known as A-mi Qut-a-Qus, Qut A Qus, Amaay Kwakwas) wearing a coat. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-956/ 956A/ 956B/ Davis Coll./ dup. Neg./ Rincon Indians/ Yellow Sky in/ front of house/ 3 Negs/ Jan. 1920 According to additional information provided by the community on 10/2011: Probably not photographed at Rincon, with Rincon Indians. Yellow Sky is with the Kumeyaay area.

86:15900-957

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of Yellow Sky (also known as A-mi Qut-a-Qus, Qut A Qus, Amaay Kwakwas) wearing a coat and sitting in the passenger seat of Davis' car. Wooden boxes and blankets are in the backseat. Unidentified man (probably Davis) is the driver. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-957/ 957A/ Davis Coll./ dup. Neg./ Rincon Indians/ Yellow Sky riding in car/ 2 Negs/ Jan. 1920 According to additional information provided by the community on 10/2011: Probably not photographed at Rincon, with Rincon Indians. Yellow Sky is with the Kumeyaay area.

86:15900-2040

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of five cowboys outside a line shack with mountains in the background. A dog stands nearby. A man standing in the doorway of the line shack holds a metal pitcher. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-2040/ Davis Coll/ COPY/ BORREGO DESERT/ FIVE COWBOYS OUTSIDE/ LINE SHACK

86:15900-1520

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of Steve Soto standing in profile next to a young burro feeding from a saddled burro. Soto holds a walking stick or cane and wears a wide-brimmed hat, coat, pants, and shoes. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-1520/ Davis Coll./ copy/ Mesa Grande/ Steve Soto and his burros/ 1909

86:15900-1411

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of an outdoor portrait of Jose Juan Piapa (or Paipa). See also OP 12572-150; notes with this print state that he was a fruit picker and had a lot of family.

86:15900-1517

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of an outdoor portrait of Angel Quilp (or Juan Angel Quilp/Cuilp/Culp) wearing a straw hat, shirt, vest, jacket, and kerchief around his neck. Caption in lower right corner: Angel Quilp Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-1517/ Davis Coll/ copy/ Mesa Grande/ Angel Quilp/ ?/ BEST NEG/ see also #15460-37

86:15900-2187

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of a man wrapped in a blanket, laying on the ground. Four men stand around him, raising their hats in the air. According to notes on the negative envelope, image is of a mock funeral rite for Dr. Leland D. Jones. The 'mourners' are from left: Mr. Shreve, Mr. Sherry, Mr. De Latour, Edward H. Davis. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-2187/ Davis Coll/ copy/ Montezuma Valley/ Mock funeral rite for/ Dr. Leland D. Jones. 'Tis sad he/ died so young.' Mourners, R-L/ Mr. Shreve, Mr. Sherry, Mr. De Latour/ + Edw. H. Davis/ Oct. 11/ 1920

86:15900-2188

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of Mesa Grande Indian men on a float in a Cabrillo Day parade. Four men wearing feather headdresses with bodies and faces painted in white paint sit or stand atop a float. The float has a raised platform and is decorated with branches or brush. A man (whose face is out of the frame) wears a shirt, overalls and shoes and stands at the front of the float. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-2188/ Davis Coll/ copy/ San Diego/ Mesa Grande Indians on/ float entered in Cabrillo Day/ parade/ Sept.

86:15900-1274

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of the Marion Sophronia Davis posing next to a horse. She wears a wide-brimmed hat, neckerchief, collared shirt, leather gloves, and pants or skirt. Marion is the daughter of Edward H. Davis and Anna May Davis and the sister to Stanley, Irving and Harvey Davis. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-1274/ Davis Coll./ dup. Neg./ Marian [Marion] Davis, 1920?

86:15900-2244

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of an unidentified man standing next to a four-mule pack train in a dry river bed. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-2244/ Davis Coll/ 1992 Dup/ MESA GRANDE/ Man with four- mule pack train/ in river bed/ ?

86:15900-1275

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of three men working on scaffolding above the entrance to the Mesa Grande chapel. Three people are sitting or standing below the scaffolding. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-1275-1276/ Davis Coll./ dup. Neg./ Mesa Grande/ Indian workers/ building chapel/ at M.G./ 1907/ 2 Negs

86:15900-2256

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of Anna May Davis standing in front of a large cactus and holding up a rabbit skin cape. Similar to OP 15362-414; notes on this print indicate that the photograph was taken on November 21, 1917. Cape and cloak may have been purchased from Maria Johnson of San Manuel on November 20, 1917 (Notebooks 16 and 17). Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-2256/ Davis Coll/ Dupl. / Mesa Grande/ Anna May Davis displaying rabbit/ skin cape made by Indians/ 1923?

86:15900-1276

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of three men working on scaffolding above the entrance to the Mesa Grande chapel. A man on a ladder holds up a bucket. Another man stands below the scaffolding, looking up and holding a pole or stick. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-1275-1276/ Davis Coll./ dup. Neg./ Mesa Grande/ Indian workers/ building chapel/ at M.G./ 1907/ 2 Negs

86:15900-2257

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of Anna May Davis posing in front of a large cactus, wearing rabbit skin cloaks around her shoulders and wrapped around her waist. Three large ollas are at her feet. Cape and cloak may have been purchased from Maria Johnson of San Manuel on November 20, 1917 (Notebooks 16 and 17). Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-2257/ Davis Coll/ Dupl. / Mesa Grande/ Anna May Davis wearing rabbit/ skin skirt + stole made by Indians./ Note collection of ollas in foreground/ 1923? *According to additional information provided on 10/2011 by a member of the E.H.

86:15900-1277

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of two women, a man and a child holding hands around a large tree trunk that has been bored by woodpeckers. Notes on negative envelope: 86:15900-1277/ Davis Coll./ dup. Neg./ Mesa Grande/ Family standing around/ tree bored by woodpeckers/ 1907

86:15900-1811

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of Manuel Lachapa standing in profile and dressed as a Tatahuila dancer. He wears a feather headdress and net skirt with hanging feathers over cloth shorts (?). He holds two short sticks crossed together. His body and face are painted in white stripes. A man stands in the background. Same image as the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) negative, N24291.
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