(Documentary Artifact): Three b/w photographic prints of a Tatahuila dancer, Bartosal’ (also spelled Baltazar, Bartasar or Bartosol) of Rincon. In his raised right hand he holds a stick, in his left hand at waist-level he holds another stick. He wears a kerchief tied around his head with a feather plume at the back, a kerchief tied around his neck, shirt, pants, shoes and a net skirt with condor feathers.
Notes on verso of prints:
Image 1: OP 15362-89 / 86:15900-739/ IN REF BOOK/ [Written by Davis:] Bartosal’ of Rincon/ Tatahuila dancer in condor feather skirt./ [crossed out is Mesa Grande]/ Aug 29 1912/ Aug 27/ EHD
Image 2: OP 15362-89 / 86:15900-739/ IN REF BOOK/TATAHUILA DANCER IS BARTOSOL/ OF RINCON/ C 1912
Image 3: OP 15362-89 (subst)/ 86:15900-739/ Tatahuila Dancer/ 2/1912/ BARTOSOL (DANCER) OF RINCON/ IN REF BOOK