(Documentary Artifact): One b/w negative of Lucario Cuevish (also spelled Locario Chavish/Chaves/Chavez) sitting outside of his house made of brush. A shovel leans against the corner of the structure. He lived in Rincon instead of Pauma but may have originally been born in San Luis Rey or La Jolla.

Notes on negative envelope:
86:15900-974/ Davis Coll./ dup. Neg./ Pauma Indians/ Locario Chavez sitting in/ front of house/ 1920

According to additional information provided on 10/2011 by Ken Hedges, Emeritus Curator of California Collections, San Diego Museum of Man and a member of the E.H. Davis Project Scholar Advisory Committee: The name of this man is generally spelled Lucario Cuevish. He was a major consultant for Constance DuBois in her studies of Luiseño religion. I have never seen the name rendered as ‘Chavez.’ See also OP 12550-38 and 39 and OP 15362-981 through 988 for other photos of the same man.