|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
Color exterior photograph of a group of men, woman and boys. The men and boys are dressed in traditional 19th century Seminole clothing, and may be involved in a Seminole war re-enactment. They are walking to the right. Three women wearing late 20th century patchwork skirts and translucent capes are standing on the left, watching the men and boys.
Written in back in pen on the upper right corner is "Mable and Maydell". This may identify the women who can most clearly be seen.
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||William D. Boehmer|
|Collection||General Reference Photography Collection|