(Documentary Artifact): Three b/w photographic prints of Antonio Cuevas standing in the desert with one hand on a yucca plant and the other hand on his knee. At his feet are four ollas. He wears a hat, shirt, jacket and pants. According to notes on the verso of two of the prints, the ollas were recovered from a cave or cavern in mountain by Little Piñon [Pinon], named Ick how’.
Notes on verso:
Image 1: #OP 12550-22/ MN# 86:15752-22/ Antonio Cueras and desert ollas/ Jan. 7, 1912/ Santa Ysabel
Image 2: #OP 12550-22/ # 86:15752-22 / SEE ALSO 86:15900-1414/ [Written by Davis] Antonio Cueras with ollas bought from the cavern in the Mt. over by- named Ick how’ – little Piñon/ Feb. 16 1912/ E.H.D.
Image 3: OP# 12550-22/ 86:15752-22/ IN REF BOOK/ [Written by Davis:] Antonio Cueras with ancient ollas recovered from Caves in Little Piñon Mt. nearby./ Feb. 16 1912/ E.H.D.