DescriptionCabinet Card of Two Armed Native American Indians, ca. 1890s. Photograph of two Native American Indians both holding percussion rifles. The Indian on left is wearing shell jacket, slouch hat, cartridge belt and beaded leggings. Has period pencil writing on verso: "Three irons and Son" also imprint T. N. (Thomas Nathan) Barnard he was active as a photographer in Montana and Idaho area 1890-1910. Measures approximately 4.25" x 6.5".
Condition: Fine, good contrast, mount has a couple of pin holes and wear on edges.
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