(Documentary Artifact): Two b/w photographic prints of a blind man, Lucario Cuevish (also spelled Locario Chavish/Chaves/Chavez), sitting inside a structure made of branches and smoking. He is barefoot and wears a coat with torn collars and overalls that are torn at the knee.
Notes on verso of prints:
Image 1: OP 15362-987/ 86:15900-1980/ IN REF BOOK/ 1920/ LOCARIO CHAVEZ SITTING &/ SMOKING/ 44
Image 2: OP 15362-987/ 86:15900-1980/ IN REF BOOK/ 1920/ LOCARIO CHAVEZ SITTING &/ SMOKING/ BLANK/ BLIND INDIAN FROM/ RINCON/ mentioned in one of journal/ LOCARIO CHAVEZ
According to additional information provided on 10/2011 by Ken Hedges, Emeritus Curator of California Collections, San Diego Museum of Man and a member of the E.H. Davis Project Scholar Advisory Committee: The name of this man is generally spelled Lucario Cuevish. He was a major consultant for Constance DuBois in her studies of Luiseño religion. I have never seen the name rendered as ‘Chavez.’ See also OP 12550-38 and 39 and 86:15900-974 for other photos of the same man.