CDV CARICATURE OF INDIAN WAR DANCE WITH UNKNOWN MAN'S HEAD IMPOSED

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Carte de viste of artist drawing showing an Indian doing a ritual dance of some sort. Other faint Indians shown in background. An unknown (but specific) man's face and head is imposed upon the neck of the Indian body. This must have been published in regards to some public incident or scandal now unknown to us. Photographer's imprint along lower edge of mount. Also as backmark, W.L. Germon's Philadelphia.

This cdv was part of the William Turner collection. [jet]  [ph:L]

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