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Accession number 2005.3
Catalog Number 2005.3.3
Object Name Postcard
Scope & Content Photo transfer of two young boys by a canal spearing fish. Each in Seminole dress. The back reads, "The Seminoles are survivors of the Indians who were here before the European came. They dress in brilliantly colored native costumes decorated with silver and gold coins. They use spears to impale the fish rather than the sportsmen's method of rod and reel."
Title Seminole Indian Boys Spearing Fish in Everglades Canal, Miami Florida
Catalog date 2005-02-10
Condition Excellent
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