(Documentary Artifact): Three b/w photographic prints of Manuel Duro. His body is painted in white stripes. He wears a net apron with hanging feathers and a feather headdress. He leans over on two sticks at about knee height. A group of men stand in the background watching. According to Davis, Manuel Duro’s specialty was the Ta-po-quirp, or whirling dance.
The number 17 is written at lower left on one of the duplicates.
Notes on verso:
Image 1: OP# 12550-54/ MN 86:15752-54/ Manuel Duro/ 1905/17/ IN REF BOOK
Image 2: #OP12550-54/ MN 86:15752-54/ Manuel Duro/ 1905 (Duplicate)/ 17
Image 3: OP# 12550-54/ MN 86:15752-54/ Manuel Duro/ 1905/ IN REF BOOK/
[Written by Davis:] For Picture postal/ engraving take 3′ x 4.5’/ [Stamped]: Ed. H. Davis.,Calif.