(Documentary Artifact): Two b/w photographic prints of Edward H. Davis (right) interviewing Jose Antonio Morales (center) of San Pasqual with the help of an Indian interpreter (possibly Will Guassac). All three are sitting on the ground. Morales is in the doorway of a wooden structure and ‘telling the death ceremonies.’ Morales, 98 years old, was born in Pauma Valley.
Notes on verso of prints:
Image 1: OP 15362-189/ 86:15900-982/ IN REF BOOK/ COPY FILM MADE #86:15900-982/ Interpreter, Antonio Morales & E.H. Davis/ [Possibly written by Davis:] Interviewing Old Morales/ San Pasqual – Mch 1920/ Telling the death ceremonies/
Image 2: OP 15362-189 (subst)/ 86:15900-982/ IN REF BOOK/ MARCH 1920/ E.H. DAVIS COLLECTION/ E.H. DAVIS INTERVIEWING/ JOSE ANTONIO MORALES, 98,/ OF SAN PASQUAL. BORN IN/ PAUMA VALLEY, JOSE IS/ TELLING OF INDIAN DEATH/ CEREMONIES THRU AN/ INDIAN INTERPRETER AT LEFT