(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of a Yaqui Indian man wearing a hide helmet style mask worn by Judios or Fariseos (Pahrisees) as part of a Holy Week ceremony. The mask is made of brown goat skin with several de-haired areas decorated with red, blue and green ink. He also wears cocoon rattles on his lower legs and holds a decorated wooden spear and a sword.
Notes on verso of print:
OP 14961-1101/ 88:17050-1101/ YAQUI INDIANS/ BAHIA DE SAN CARLOS/ SONORA/ 1924/ HIDE HELMET-TYPE MASK WORN BY/ JUDIOS OR FARISESOS (PHARISEES). MASK/ MADE OF BROWN GOATSKIN WITH SEVERAL/ DE-HAIRED AREAS DECORATED WITH RED,/ BLUE & GREEN INK. COCOON RATTLES/ WORN ON LOWER LEGS. THIS IS A HOLY/ WEEK CEREMONY. NOTE SPEAR & SWORD IN/ HIS HANDS.