|Object Name||Text Panel|
|Scope & Content||
text panel reads "Seminole Dolls Dressed in Tradition Clothing,
Taalmeshoomeh-Yaataabe (Miccosukee) (Creek), The materials to make the dolls are: palmetto fiber for the head, body and stuffing for the body's shape. Colored thread for the faces, the headframes are made from cardboard covered with black material. The Seminoles started making dolls for tourist trade around 1930's"
|Collection||Coo-Taun Cho-Bee Collection|