(Documentary Artifact): Three b/w photographic prints of two rows of prostrated Cora men leading to the church in Jesus Maria, but not entering in the church. A man and a boy walk between the rows of men toward the entrance to the church. A small group of people are gathered outside the entrance. The services are attended by both Indians and Mexicans. This activity is part of Semana Santa or Holy Week.
Notes on verso of prints:
Image 1: OP 14961-731/ 88:17050-731/ JESUS MARIA/ NAYARIT/ CORA INDIANS/ 3/31/1923/ 258[Written by Davis:] Easter at Jesus Maria/ Double row reclining/ Coras leading to/ Church door – not/ in the Church -/ Services attended by both Indians/ & Mexicans/ Mar 31 1923/ EHD
Image 2: OP 14961-731/ 88:17050-731/ Jesus Maria/ Easter Ceremonies/ Ind + Mex-/ State of Nyarit, Mexico 1923/ CORA INDIANS/ Easter at Jesus Maria – Double row of prostrated/ Coras, leading to church but not in the church./ Services attended by both Indians and Mexicans
Image 3: [Same as Image 2]