2010.50.1.447-op

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of Charles H. Cameron of Campo, 77 years old. Same image as OP 15362-622; according to notes on the verso of this print, he was an 'ex-cowboy, line rider and emigration officer.' Notes on verso of print: 2010.50.1.447-op/ 86:15900-1174/ [Stamped:] ED H. DAVIS/ Mesa Grande, Calif./ Charley H. Cameron/ taken June 1940

2010.50.1.446-op

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of Charles H. Cameron, 77 years old, posing outside of his home in Campo. Notes on verso of print: 2010.50.1.446-op/ 86:15900-1170/ [Stamped:] ED H. DAVIS/ Mesa Grande, Calif./ Charley Cameron/ Campo/ June 1940/ at his home/ 27

2010.50.1.449-op

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of Charles H. Cameron posing on a small bridge in front of the Campo Store (also known as Gaskill's Brothers Stone Store). Notes on verso of print: 2010.50.1.449-op/ 86:15900-1170/ [Stamped:] ED H. DAVIS/ Mesa Grande, Calif./ Charley Cameron standing/ on site of the original wooden/ Gaskell [Gaskill] store.

2010.50.1.448-op

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of Charles H. Cameron posing in front of a stone building, the Campo Store (also known as Gaskill's Brothers Stone Store). Notes on verso of print: 2010.50.1.448-op/ 86:15900-1172/ [Stamped:] ED H. DAVIS/ Mesa Grande, Calif./ Charley Cameron at the Gaskell [Gaskill] stone/ store, abandoned/ for many years/ June 1940

2010.50.1.361-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w lantern slide of an outdoor portrait of an unidentified Seri woman, possibly named Chico Concha. She wears a pelican skin skirt and covers her bare breasts. She stands in profile and her face appears to be painted. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.361-t/ 361

2010.50.1.362-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w lantern slide of an outdoor portrait of an unidentified Seri child with long, dark hair, wearing a plaid-print shirt buttoned at the neck. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.362-t/ 362

2010.50.1.363-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w lantern slide of an Juan Pablo, Edward H. Davis' guide and interpreter in Santa Rosa, Arizona with three dogs nearby. See also OP 13029-790 and OP 13029-791. Notes in the Davis Negative Log Book for these two prints state: 'Secondary shrine of martyred children. Juan Pablo, guide & interpreter, looking at spot where spring broke thru sand. Rocks & stakes made water stop but broke out in other sites in stream bed.' Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.363-t/ 363/ ROCKS WHERE WATER CAME/ PAPAGO/ Photo by E.H. Davis

2010.50.1.364-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w lantern slide of three Images (ceremonial figure) created by Campo Indians for the Keruk (Karuk or Koo-Rook) ceremony. The Images wear cloth dresses and feathers are placed at the back. A bow and arrow is placed over the Image in the middle. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.364-t/ 364/Koo-Rook ceremony at/ Campo, California./ Photo Ed H. Davis 1923

2010.50.1.451-op

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of Charles H. Cameron with the Campo Store (also known as Gaskill's Brothers Stone Store) in the background. Charles H. Cameron, an immigration inspector for many years, was a customs inspector when this photograph was taken. Notes on verso of print: 2010.50.1.451-op/ matches 86:15900-1037, OP 15362-207/ [Stamped:] ED H. DAVIS/ Mesa Grande, Calif./ Charley/ Cameron/ Campo/ Custom House Inspec/ taken while on/ duty./ 1928/ 6

2010.50.1.452-op

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of an exterior view of the Campo Store (also known as Gaskill's Brothers Stone Store). Notes on verso of print: 2010.50.1.452-op/ matches 86:15900-1038, OP 15362-208/ [Stamped:] ED H. DAVIS/ Mesa Grande, Calif./ The old Gaskill Stone Store/ Campo - 1928/ The bridge across the creek is/ site of the old wooden store/ taken in 1928

2010.50.1.450-op

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of Charles H. Cameron posing in front of the Campo Store (also known as Gaskill's Brothers Stone Store). Notes on verso of print: 2010.50.1.450-op/ 86:15900-1174/ [Stamped:] ED H. DAVIS/ Mesa Grande, Calif./ Charley Cameron/ of Campo: standing/ at the corner of the Gaskell [Gaskill] stone/ store he helped/ to build/ June 1940

2010.50.1.344-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of the wife and two daughters of Gashone' posing in front of their home, a structure made of brush. The woman wears a poncho, long skirt and wide leather belt. The girl on the left wears a cloth blouse and skirt. The youngest girl wears a cloth dress and carries a small metal container and a doll in a small cradleboard. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.344-t/ 344/ San Carlos Apache 1919/ Photo by E.H. Davis

2010.50.1.360-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w lantern slide of an unidentified man. He has a beard and shoulder length hair and wears a collared shirt buttoned at the neck. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.360-t/ 360

2010.50.1.345-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of an Apache girl, E-ta'-ha, carrying a baby on her back. She wears an over-size blouse and long skirt with horizontal stripes. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.345-t/ 345/ San Carlos Apache 1919

2010.50.1.346-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of an Akimel O'odham (Pima) woman weaving a basket outside of an adobe structure with a bundle of fibers nearby. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.346-t/ 346/ Basket, 1921.

2010.50.1.347-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of Josie Stewart carrying a large painted olla on her head. She stands in front of a structure with thatched roof. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.347-t/ 347/ Pima woman with olla/ Salt River Valley/ Photo Ed H. Davis 1922

2010.50.1.348-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of Laughing Jack, a Hualapai man, making fire with a stalk of amole or soap plant (Spanish dagger) and a stalk of arrow wood. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.348-t/ 348/ Laughing Jack, Hualapai, 1920/ Photo Ed H. Davis

2010.50.1.349-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of an elderly woman, Mrs. Concepciano Calac (or Concepcion/Casona Maria Callac), wife of Juan Sotelo Calac. Her hair is pulled back and she wears a cloth dress with printed design. A wagon or cart is in the background. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.349-t/ 349/ Concepciano Callac 1936/ Photo by E.H. Davis

2010.50.1.350-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of a blind Akimel O'odham (Pima) man named 'Sides,' sitting outdoors and smoking. He wears a corduroy jacket and shirt. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.350-t/ 350/ BLIND APACHE SMOKING/ STONE PIPE; taken 1919/ Photo by E.H. Davis

2010.50.1.351-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of an unidentified Mojave man, woman and child. The man wears a green and white striped shirt with multiple necklaces (?). The woman wears a brightly patterned shawl, multiple necklaces, and cloth dress and carries the child at her hip. The child is wrapped in a patterned shawl or blanket. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.351-t/ 351/ Mojave Man, Woman & Child
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