|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
B/W print, mounted on yellow cardboard. The print is an illustration depicting Osceola stabbing a treaty, with both Indian and non-Indian onlookers. Typed text reads, "Indians - Identified. Osceola Knifing Treaty in Which the Seminoles were Paid for Their Property in Exchange for Moving out of Florida". Also, "Source: Negative purchased from P.K. Younge Lib. Negative: 857" There is an additional handwritten note that says "100%".
The photograph's subject and source are identified by the typed text on the cardboard, to the left of the photograph. Appears to have been produced this way by a large institution of archival material, because a stamp on the back says "Reproduced from the State Photographic Archives, Stozier Library, FSU" in order to fulfill a request for a copy of one of their documents.
|Collection||General Reference Photography Collection|