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    LOT OF TWO PUEBLO NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN STEREOGRAPHS - G. BEN WITTICK - ca. 1881-84. This is a lot of (2) stereographs showing Southwest Native American Indian pueblo dwellings. The first image is on a pink mount measuring 4"x 7" and shows a long group of Pueblo dwellings with ladders. On the right side, in the negative is written, "Wittick Photo - View in the Pueblo Acoma, N.M.". The second image is on a red card measuring 4"x 7" and shows a group by the water. A man is dressed in Cowboy gear with them, and there is an Indian man on a horse. A woman by the water has a very large painted jug. On the right side, in the negative is written, "Pueblo Laguna N.M. - Wittick". The stereographs are in very good condition and have great tone and contrast.

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    November, 2007
    10th Saturday
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