(Documentary Artifact): One sepia toned photographic print of a man facing away from the camera, dressed as a Tatahuila dancer. His body is painted with white stripes and he wears a feather headdress and net skirt with feathers. A crowd is gathered around him, looking on.
The series of photographs, OP 15362-1265 to 1280, were possibly photographed by Edward H. Davis. Most of the images were photographed at Warner Springs or Pala. Dates range from 1896 to 1911.