(Documentary Artifact): Four b/w photographic prints of a young woman, Felicita Piapa (also spelled Paipa). Her long hair hangs loose and she wears a checkered-print blouse and dark-colored skirt.
Notes on verso:
Image 1: OP12550-31/ 86:15752-31/ Felicita Piapa/ Volcan/ Santa Ysabel/ 1911
Image 2: OP12550-31/ 86:15752-31/ Felicita Piapa/ Volcan/ Santa Ysabel/ IN REF BOOK
Image 3: OP12550-31/ 86:15752-31/ Felicita Piapa/ Volcan/ 1911/Santa Ysabel/ IN REF BOOK
Image 4: OP#12550-31/ 86:15752-31/ Felicita Piapa/ Volcan/ 1911/Santa Ysabel/ IN REF BOOK
*According to additional information provided by the community on 8/2011: Spelling of last name may also be Pipa. She married a La Chappa.
**According to additional information provided on 12/2011 by Richard Carrico, a member of the E.H. Davis Project Scholar Advisory Committee: : Paipa is an ancient clan name that was also spelled Baipa, Paipo, and Baipo in early mission records and pioneer documents. This clan was extensive and included families south of the border at Jacume, north of the border in the Jacumba region (see Gifford 1918 and Kroeber 1925) and in later years at Capitan Grande/Viejas.