DescriptionIMPERIAL CABINET OF WALAPAI INDIANS AT MOQUI PUEBLO BY OSBON. Calvin Osbon documented the Indians of the Grand Canyon area in the 1890s, when he photographed this group of Walapai Indians at Moqui Pueblo. The pueblo inhabitants are lined up along the walls and on the roofs of the large pueblo; four of the most prominent members of the tribe stand prominently in the foreground, three wearing white man's clothing and hats. Image measures 8" x 5 ½" and is affixed to a 10" x 7" backing board. This Osbon reprint was created from an original with a small section of image loss at upper right which is reflected in this photograph; else fine. Photographer's mount bears pinholes at upper corners and the usual wear along edges and corners.
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