(Documentary Artifact): Two b/w photographic prints of an elderly man, Cinon Duro (also known as Cinon Mataweer Duro), chief of the Mesa Grande Indians. He stands in front of an adobe brick and shingle roof structure. He wears a feather headdress, net sash with feathers, pants, and shoes. He holds a rattle in his right hand. He holds a feather staff in his left hand.
Embossed in lower right corner of Image 1: copyright symbol/ Edward H. Davis
Inscription on lower right corner of Image 2: 21
Notes on verso of print:
Image 1: #OP 12550-64/ MN 86:15752-64/ IN REF BOOK/ 21/ [Written by Davis:] Cinon Mataweer/ Chief/ M.G.
Image 2: #OP 12550-64 (DUPLICATE)/ MN 86:15752-64/ ‘Anon Study’/ ‘Mataweer’/ Santiago Duro