OP 13029-922

(Documentary Artifact): Three b/w photographic prints of (L-R) Joseph Head (or Joseph Rattlesnake Head) and Edward H. Davis sitting on chairs outside of a house. Edward H. Davis appears to have a notebook in his lap and Joseph Head holds out a piece of paper.

Same image as the National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) negative, N24519. According to catalog record for this image, ‘Joseph Head (Rattlesnake Head, ca. 1850-ca. 1925, left), an Akimel O’odham man, telling a calendar stick story to Edward H. Davis (right).’

Notes on verso of prints:
Image 1: OP 13029-922/ 87:16080-922/ PIMA INDIAN/ ARIZ/ 1919?/ E.H. DAVIS (RT) WITH JOSEPH RATTLE – / SNAKE HEAD, PIMA INDIAN, SITTING IN/ FRONT OF HOUSE WITH ‘CALENDAR/ STICK’ (NOT READILY DISCERNIBLE IN/ PHOTO). SEE 87:16080-485 & 486
Image 2: SAME AS OP 13029-922/ 87:16080-922/ 1919?/IN REF BOOK/ Joseph Rattle snake/ head (NO)/ SEE 485-486/ with calendar stick/ + EHD/ 1919?/ Pima Ind
Image 3: [Same as Image 2]/ probably Arizona