DescriptionImpressive Live-Action Cabinet of Pawnee Women at Camp, circa 1890s. Noted Oklahoma Territory photographer T. Croft captures the action as several women and children gather near a teepee to tan a hide. One woman leans forward with a scraping stick, her work interrupted by two small dogs who exhibit quite an interest in the hide, while three others look on. Two of the women hold infants. Identified on the negative as "Pawnees," and bearing the ID number "4." Image has been affixed to Croft's "Oklahoma City, O.T." mount.
Condition: Faint age toning; minor wear to mount corners. Very fine.
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