(Documentary Artifact): Three b/w photographic prints of Catalina Cuero (also known as Quil-cut-cool or Quil-cut) sitting outdoors. A cat walks in front of her. She wears a blouse with three stripes at the wrists.
Notes on the verso of one of the prints state: ‘Old woman mourner with lacerated breast belonging to the Hilsch-me-up clan. One of mourners at fiesta de los monos (fiesta of monkeys).’
Notes on verso of prints:
Image 1: OP 15362-837/ 86:15900-1831/ IN REF BOOK/ Catalina Cuero/ Wee-a-pipa Aug. 30 1908/ One of the old mourners at/ fiesta de los monos.
Image 2: OP 15362-837/ 86:15900-1831/ IN REF BOOK/ CATALINA CUERO/Old woman mourner with lacerated breast belonging to the Hilsch-me-up clan/ One of mourners at fiesta/ de los monos (fiesta of/ monkeys)
Image 3: [Same as Image 1]