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    LOT OF SEVEN NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN FAMILY & PORTRAIT R.P.P.C. IMAGES - ca.1902-1920. This is a great lot of seven Native American postcard portraits. The first portrait features a large man and his family and a baby in transitional dress, "Okla. Indian Family" is written in the negative. The other cards include a portrait of man and wife in more traditional dress, two portraits of a Native American cowboy and his wife, and family. A portrait of a woman and child, and an image of an "Apache Camp in Arizona".
    Lastly there is a nice image without a postcard back of an, "Indian Rain Dance, Dillon (Montana), 1902", which has a pleasing tone and look. The condition of the cards is excellent overall, and they measure approximately 5.5"x 3.5" each. A nice collection of early Native American real photo postcards.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2007
    10th Saturday
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