photographic print / cabinet card
Photograph (black and white); cabinet card, studio portrait of a Pueblo chief, seated wearing a decorated, fringed shirt, trousers, a shell neck ornament, and a hat with an eagle feather in it; his hair is in two bunches wrapped in leather, and he is holding a cane; United States of America.
- 1874 (?)
- Photographed in: United States of America
- (Americas,North America,United States of America)
- Height: 14.1 centimetres (image)
- Width: 10.3 centimetres (image)
- Width: 10.7 centimetres (mount)
- Height: 16.5 centimetres (mount)
Inscription Positionback of mount
Inscription Commenthandwritten in ink
Inscription Positionfront of mount
Inscription ContentPueblo Indian
Hils... of office Cacique
presented by London in 1851
Inscription Commenthandwritten in pencil
Related information: this image was found with a blue envelope which has the following inscription:
" William Blackmore
New Mexico Pueblo Indian 1874
Cacique with ... of office"
This can be found in the PicDoc for this image.
There is no associated documentation to determine whether the collection was acquired from the Blackmore Museum, Salisbury in 1932, at the same time as Blackmore albums within the BM Pictorial Collection.
- Associated with: New Mexico
- (Americas,North America,United States of America,New Mexico (state))
Africa, Oceania & the Americas
- 2212/2588 (Old BM Blackmore Collection Number)
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Object reference number: EPF113586
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