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Accession number 2007.46
Catalog Number 2007.46.75
Object Name Negative, Film
Description Photograph of a Seminole woman getting water from a water hole. Negative and print (by Ron Smithee). Was in envelope, "Water for villages is taken from small shallow holes dug to hard pan. It is usually cool but surface water and not always desirable for drinking. The Indians are very careful of their water supply which in winter becomes scarce. In dipping they try not to stir the sediment. A pole with a tin bucket is usually used."