(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of a sand painting on a cleared area of dirt around a hole. According to notes on the verso of the print, the sand painting depicts the sea, sky, earth, sun, rattlesnake, etc (?). The next day, Oct. 17, 1938, the head plumes of Rincon Chief, Juan Sotelo Calac (also spelled Callac), were buried in the hole.
Notes on verso of print:
OP 15362-417/ 86:15900-1381/ IN REF BOOK/ RINCON/ OCT 16, 1938/ SAND PAINTING SURROUNDING HOLE. RINGS/ DEPICT SEA, SKY, EARTH, SUN, RATTLESNAKE,/ ETC (?). IN THIS HOLE, THE NEXT DAY/ WERE BURIED THE HEAD PLUMES OF/ JUAN SOTELO CALLAC (CALAC), RINCON CHIEF/ [Stamped:] ED H. DAVIS/Mesa Grande, Calif.