photographic print(black and white);
- Museum number
Photograph (black and white) carte de visite; studio portrait of Youngest Pony (As-so-weet), a Pawnee man, seated wearing a cloth shirt, a shell neck ornament, ear ornaments, a blanket around his waist, a pair of embroidered leggings, and holding a tomahawk pipe; Omaha, United States of America.
- Production date
Height: 9.10 centimetres (image)
Height: 10.10 centimetres (mount)
Width: 5.50 centimetres (image)
Width: 6.10 millimetres (mount)
- Curator's comments
Acquisition/Associated name: This image is stored in a box labelled as "William Blackmore". There is no associated documentation to determine that the collection was acquired from the Blackmore Museum, Salisbury in 1932, at the same time as Blackmore albums within the BM Pictorial Collection.
Smithsonian Archives Catalogue Card: A copy of the catalogue card for this image can be found in the PicDoc for this image. The catalogue card indicates that the Smithsonian Institution owns a negative of this image, number: 1284-a. The following further information is on the catalogue card:
TRIBE: Pawnee - Chaui or Grand
BLACKMORE: A40-2031 & A37-1887
PHOTOGRAPHER: Jackson Bros, Omaha
Jackson Cat: 586".
Related image: Am,A37.21 and Am,A40.37
Production date: the Smithsonian Institution National Anthropological Archive holds the glass negative for this print, and they give the date 1868.
- Not on display
- Africa, Oceania and the Americas
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: C/3018 (Old BM series number)