(Documentary Artifact): Three b/w photographic prints of Maria Chapule (also spelled Chapole) or possibly of Dolores Halup (or Ha Lup) An elderly woman sits cross legged on the ground. She wears a long skirt, coat and a scarf tied around her head. A rough brick wall is in the background, stones and sticks are scattered on the ground around her.
Same image as the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) negative, N25782. According to catalog record for this image, this woman is Dolores Halup.
Notes on verso:
Image 1 #86:15752-59 Maria Chapole/ #OP 12550-59/ 19′
Image 2 #OP 12550-59/ MN 86:15752-59/ Maria Chapule/ (Duplicate) Volcan/ 19′
Image 3 #OP 12550-59 (Duplicate) / MN 86:15752-59/ [Written by Davis:] Maria Chapole/ Volcan