DescriptionTerrific Bust Cabinet of Indian Scout and Entertainer, Arizona George, circa 1891. Captured by the famous African-American photographer R. Harry Shepherd, this studio portrait features scout, Indian fighter, and trick rider in Pawnee Bill's Wild West Show, Arizona George. Subject is seated and wears a vest, suit coat, and an enormous bow tie. He sports a bushy mustache and very long hair, topped by a wide-brimmed hat. Scrap of paper reading "Arizona George" has been glued over the photographer's imprint on recto; on verso is Shepherd's unobstructed, very decorative logo/imprint. From the Emory A. Cantey Western Collection.
Condition: Light overall age toning; faint soiling along edges and minor wear to mount corners. Fine.
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