(Documentary Artifact): Two b/w photographic prints of an elderly woman sitting on the ground near a couple of buildings with two boys and a girl standing behind her. The elderly woman may be Maria Luisa (also spelled Maria Luisa Carmel/Maria Louisa Carmel). Blankets or cloth bags/sacks are near the woman. Another woman is walking in background on the right. Location is not Arizona as noted on verso of print. Same image as OP 15362-356.
Same image as the Autry National Center’s Braun Research Library Collection, P.32213. Handwritten caption on verso: MARIA LUISA DARO & 3 OF HER/ GREAT GRAND CHILDREN AT/ DAVIS HOUSE – CHRISTMAS 1919/ FOR HER SUPPORT – A LITTLE OVER/ X3 – FEW MO. FOR RATIONS FROM U.S./ PHOTO BY E.H. DAVIS.
Notes on verso of prints:
Image 1: OP 13029-923/ 87:16080-923/ ARIZONA/ ?/ INDIAN WOMAN & THREE CHILDREN IN/ FRONT OF HOUSE IN ARIZONA. NOTE/ WOMAN STANDING IN BACKGROUND/IN REF BOOK
Image 2: [Same as Image 1]