|Title||Tulalip women carding & spinning wool on porch, Tulalip Indian Reservation, Washington, 1898 |
|Photographer||Curtis, Edward S., 1868-1952 |
|Studio Location||United States--Washington (State)--Seattle |
|Notes||Two women with scarves on their heads, and shawls pinned over their shoulders sit on small porch. Woman on right sits at spinning wheel, spinning the wool; woman on left is carding wool with two carders. Basket holds uncarded wool and several half-finished socks, on floor are bundled knitted socks.|
Caption on image: Curtis. 895. Copyrighted 1898.
Note from unidentified source: Two women carding & spinning wool at Tulalip, with knitted socks and coiled basket in foreground; woman on right may be William Shelton's mother.
|Subjects||Portraits--Washington (State); Tulalip Indians--Arts & crafts; Tulalip Indians--Women; Knitting--Washington (State); Tulalip Indian Reservation (Wash.) |
|Location Depicted||United States--Washington (State)--Tulalip Indian Reservation |
|Object Type||Photographs |
|Negative Number||NA1539 |
|Digital Collection||American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Images|
|Collection||Edward S. Curtis Collection No. 484 |
|Repository||University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division|
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|Transmission Data||Image/JPEG |