|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
B/W interior photograph of Native American dancers in a line, posing for a picture. They are all wearing regalia. They appear to be standing on a basketball court, perhaps in a gymnasium.
Double bllue stamp on the back says, "Photographer: Kay V. Wiest, Institute of American Indian Arts, Cerillos Rd., Santa Fe, N.M., 87501"
Found in a binder that was labeled, "Pictures from two three-ring binders found in Seminole Arts and Crafts building. August 24, 1993". This most likely refers to one of the versions of Okalee Village, but it is unknown whether all of the pictures were taken at the Arts and Crafts building.
|Photographer||Kay V. Wiest|
|Collection||General Reference Photography Collection|