DescriptionRARE WILD WEST SHOW NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN WITH FULL REGALIA AND HEADDRESS. FROM HORSE TO AUTOMOBILE - circa 1915.
The Native American Indian Chief in extensive ceremonial dress cranking a large, early automobile must have seen the humor in this photograph, as he has a slight smile. This is an unmounted and unmarked photograph; the number "259" is scratched in the negative to the left. This image measures 5"x 7". Certainly, the photographer of this image understood the irony of the transition that the United States had undergone during the Industrial Revolution, turning the Native American Indian into an operator of automobiles and not his horse.
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