photographic print(black & white (colour tinted ('Photochrom')))
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Photograph (black and white and 'photochrom' coloured); studio portrait of James A Garfield Velarde, a Jicarilla Apache clan leader, wearing a cloth shirt, a waistcoat, a fur and shell sash, shell ear ornaments, several badges, a peace medal, a shell choker and a piece of cloth draped over his shoulder, his hair is in bunches wrapped in fur with feathers on the end, and he has lines painted onto his face; United States of America.
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Height: 22.90 centimetres (image)
Height: 27.10 centimetres (mount)
Width: 17.60 centimetres (image)
Width: 22.30 centimetres (mount)
- Curator's comments
Related information: This image was found in a mixed box that contained photographs, copy photographs, prints, drawings and transparencies. The prints and drawings have been rehoused with the AOA prints and drawings collection. The copy photographs and transparencies have been rehoused with their original photographs. The copy photographs have the numbers MM001576- MM001588.
Related image: this image can also be found in Am,B40.21
Production: this photograph was taken by William Henry Jackson in 1899, an unaltered print of which can be found in the State Historical Society of Colorado. However, sometimes credit for the image has mistakenly been given to the photographer Carl Everton Moon.
- Not on display
- Image coming away from mount.
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
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