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

2010.50.1.447-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

2010.50.1.361-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

2010.50.1.354-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of an outdoor portrait of an unidentified Santa Clara woman. She stands next to a yellow wall and wears a red and black patterned shawl, multiple beaded necklaces (including a squash blossom necklace), blouse or dress and wide belt with geometric design. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.354-t/ 354/ Santa Clara Woman

2010.50.1.355-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of an unidentified elderly man in profile, wearing a collared shirt and plaid-print jacket. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.355-t/ 355

2010.50.1.356-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of an unidentified elderly woman standing outside an adobe brick structure next to a large basket. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.356-t/ 356

2010.50.1.341-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of an Akimel O'odham (Pima) woman, Sa sick sush', using a toothpick to paint a thin solution of black gum made from mesquite trees onto a small piece of pottery. A few pieces of decorated pottery lay in a piece of cloth in front of her. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.341-t/ 341/ Pima woman painting pottery/ Salt River Valley, Arizona.

2010.50.1.357-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of six young Apache children standing near the doorway of a brush structure. A boy and a girl carry the two youngest children on their backs. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.357-t/ 357/ San Carlos Apache 1919

2010.50.1.342-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of a studio portrait of John Augustus Sutter (1803-1880) sitting in a chair. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.342-t/ 342/ SUTTER OF SUTTER FORT/ SACRAMENTO. CAL.

2010.50.1.358-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w lantern slide of an unidentified Seri man posing on sandy ground wearing a wide-brimmed hat, long-sleeve shirt, cloth kilt, pants, and knife with ammunition belt. See also OP 14961-510; according to notes on the verso of this print, he is 6'6' tall and had two wives although only one wife was the rule on Tiburon Island. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.358-t/ 358

2010.50.1.343-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One hand-colored lantern slide of two Akimel O'odham (Pima) men, (L-R) Joseph Head, also named Coi-a-ma-auk (Rattlesnake Head), and interpreter, Henry Soatikee, sitting outside a house with thatched roof with Head's carved, wooden calendar stick which documents Pima history from 1832-1920. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.343-t/ 343/ Calendar Stick of Pima's/ with history from 1832 to/ 1920, remarkable human document/ Photo Ed H. Davis

2010.50.1.359-t

posted: Nov 20, 2012
(Documentary Artifact): One b/w lantern slide of an unidentified Seri boy. He is bare chested with nearly shoulder length black hair brushed up around his head. Notes on lantern slide: 2010.50.1.359-t/ 359
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