(Documentary Artifact): One b/w photographic print of Edward H. Davis on far right with three unidentified Tatahuila dancers and an unidentified man wearing a feather headdress. Davis wears a feather headdress, long haired wig, net skirt with hanging feathers, beaded necklaces, and shirt and pants (possibly made of buckskin). His boots are decorated in various designs and he holds a carved wooden stick. The Tatahuila dancers’ bodies are decorated with white paint and they wear feather headdresses, cloth underskirts and net skirts with hanging feathers. The Tatahuila dancer on Davis’ left holds a rattle. The Tatahuila dancer on the far left holds two wooden sticks.
Notes on verso of print:
OP 15362-897/ 86:15900-1892/IN REF BOOK/ Three tatahuila dancers (No I.D.)/ with E. H. Davis (R) and unidentified/ man at left
[Imprinted on verso:] POST CARD/ CORRESPONDENCE HERE/ NAME AND ADDRESS HERE/ PLACE STAMP HERE