DescriptionCabinet Card of Osage Family in Full Costume, circa 1890. Full-length studio image of a family of three Osage Indians - a man and two women - wearing full traditional clothes and accoutrements. All three subjects wear numerous long beaded necklaces; the man's pants and moccasins are richly beaded. Photographed by W.R. Ireland of Holton, Kansas.
Condition: Image shows light age toning; moderate scratch at upper center. Mount is soiled; edges and corners are heavily damaged. Fair.
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