Indian Ladies, Undated
Scope and Contents
Six women in traditional dress stand or sit in front of a teepee. Four women stand in the back, two sit in the front.
- Wright, T. A. (Photographer, Person)
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Language of Materials
Color lithograph on postcard.
Title supplied by cataloguer.
Photographer: T.A. Wright Photogrpahy, Sulpur Springs, Texas.
Printed on verso, top left: "Texas' Only Indian Reservation. Home of the Alabama-Coushatta Tribes. 17 Miles East of Livingston on U.S. 190. Indian ladies in traditional costume of buckskin as was used before the French began trading cloth material to the Tribes, are pictured standing before a teepee. Although teepees were not used by Woodlands Indians, this one is placed near the Indian Village so that guests may compare early shelters."\
Printed on verso, top right: "Place Stamp Here. Post Card. Address."
Printed on verso, center: "T.A. Wright Photography, Sulphur Springs, Texas."
Printed on verso, bottom center: "88214."
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