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    PRISTINE BARRY CABINET CARD OF UNIDENTIFIED INDIAN. D.F. Barry produced thousands of images of Native Americans and usually identified them for his audience, but in this case he did not. This proud warrior bears a resemblance to Curley, Custer's Crow scout, but we cannot document the Indian's name. Suffice it to say that Barry has created a wonderful image of a brave Crow warrior standing before a painted studio backdrop. He wears a store-bought vest, a checkered breechclout, and pants made from blanket material. Affixed to his belt are quilled and beaded accessories; he wears metal armbands and a feather in his hair. Image is affixed to Barry's "Chief Gall" photo mount and is spotless, bright, and clean. Very desirable!

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2007
    10th Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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