|Title||Wenatchi or Nez Perce woman known as Annie from Wenatchee with infant in beaded cradleboard, Washington, ca. 1900-1910. |
|Photographer||Latham, Edward H. |
|Studio Location||United States--Washington (State)--Nespelem |
|Date||ca. 1905 |
|Notes||Woman kneeling with infant in beaded cradleboard with flower design. Woman wears long sleeved shirt under dress, necklaces, bracelets, beaded belt, rings on her right hand, and fringed blanket across her lap. A cornhusk bag lays at her right side. Cradleboard with infant is propped up on fur skin.|
Caption on negative sleeve: Indian mother and papoose on cradleboard.
Note from unidentified source: Annie from Wenatchee with infant on cradleboard.
|Subjects||Group portraits--Washington (State); Wenatchi Indians--Clothing & dress; Wenatchi Indians--Women; Wenatchi Indians--Infants; Nez Perce Indians--Clothing & dress; Nez Perce Indians--Women; Nez Perce Indians--Infants; Cradleboards--Washington (State); Blankets |
|Location Depicted||United States--Washington (State) |
|Object Type||Photographs |
|Negative Number||NA1026 |
|Digital Collection||American Indians of the Pacific Northwest Images|
|Collection||Edward H. Latham Collection no. 409 |
|Repository||University of Washington Libraries. Special Collections Division|
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|Transmission Data||Image/JPEG |