DescriptionCabinet Card of Indian Woman Sharpshooter in Beaded Costume. 4.25: x 6.5", with an R. H. Hain, Chicago ink stamp on the verso. This ornately dressed Indian woman may well be a performer in one of the wild west shows popular during the time. Her ornately beaded dress, leggings and moccasins can be easily seen in this image. In addition to the pistol in her hand, she's got another tucked in her belt and a rifle at her side for good measure. A contemporary caption, written in pencil on the verso, identifies her as a member of the Cherokee tribe. From the Emory A. Cantey Western Collection.
Condition: Very slight wear, otherwise near fine.
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