Three Southwest Stereoviews and Four Photographs of American Indians
- American Indian & Ethnographic Arts - 2506
- Date / Time :
- May 15, 2010 10:00AM
Three Southwest Stereoviews and Four Photographs of American Indians, the photographs include a Northwest man and his daughter by W.S. Bowan, Pendleton, Oregon, a seated Ponca taken about 1900, and a Plains man wearing a headdress, size of last 7 x 5, and a large photograph of Indian dancers by George W. Parsons (1845-1926), 9 3/4 x 7 7/8 in.; together with three Southwest stereoviews, one of Laguna Pueblo, one of Hopi girls weaving baskets, the third of Cliff Palace, Mesa Verde.
Provenance: Estate of Ed McAndrews.
Literature: Great Spirit (Indian Portraits), by Edward McAndrews, pp. 54 and 86.