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William Blackmore Coll. Album 9

  • Object type

  • Museum number

    Am,A9.99

  • Title (object)

    • William Blackmore Coll. Album 9
  • Description

    Photograph, studio portrait of a two Winnebago men, one sitting the other standing; the man sitting is wearing a feather in his hair, necklaces, shirt, trousers, blanket over his legs, moccasins and is holding a fan. The man standing is wearing a feather in his hair, necklaces, trousers with an over garment around his waist and moccasins. He is being supported by a studio prop.
    Albumen print; Carte-de-visite

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  • Producer name

  • Ethnic name

  • Date

    • 1865
  • Production place

  • Materials

  • Technique

  • Dimensions

    • Height: 10.1 centimetres
    • Width: 6.2 centimetres
  • Inscriptions

      • Inscription Type

        lettering
      • Inscription Content

        From Jackson Bro’s
        Photographers, Cor. 15th and Douglass Streets, Omaha.
        Views of Omaha.
        Card, Stereoscopic, and Portfolio size.
        Photographs of Indians.
        [studio imprint on the back of the picture within purple decorative frame
      • Inscription Type

        annotation
      • Inscription Content

        ... Winnebagos ... Sioux City ... Taken at ... 1865
      • Inscription Comment

        at back
      • Inscription Type

        lettering
      • Inscription Content

        From Jackson Bro’s
        Photographers, Cor. 15th and Douglass Streets, Omaha.
        Pictures enlarged to any size, and colored in Oil, Water color or India Ink
        Duplicates furnished to order.
        [studio imprint on the back of the picture within pale violet decorative frame with cupids holding a camera]
  • Bibliography

    • Fleming & Luskey 1991 bibliographic details
    • Camarda 2001 bibliographic details
  • Condition

    good

  • Subjects

  • Associated places

  • Acquisition name

  • Acquisition date

    1932

  • Acquisition notes

    The 'Disposal book of the Salisbury South Wilts and Blackmore Museum No. 1 1928-1952' reports the disposal of a: "Photographs of North American Indians and miscellanea" given to the Department of Ceramics and Ethnography of the British Museum. It is dated 24th February 1932.

  • Department

    Africa, Oceania & the Americas

  • Registration number

    Am,A9.99

Photograph, studio portrait of a two Winnebago men, one sitting the other standing; the man sitting is wearing a feather in his hair, necklaces, shirt, trousers, blanket over his legs, moccasins and is holding a fan. The man standing is wearing a feather in his hair, necklaces, trousers with an over garment around his waist and moccasins. He is being supported by a studio prop.
Albumen print; Carte de visite

Photograph, studio portrait of a two Winnebago men, one sitting the other standing; the man sitting is wearing a feather in his hair, necklaces, shirt, trousers, blanket over his legs, moccasins and is holding a fan. The man standing is wearing a feather in his hair, necklaces, trousers with an over garment around his waist and moccasins. He is being supported by a studio prop. Albumen print; Carte de visite

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