|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
B/W print, mounted on white cardboard. The print is a photograph of a group of men standing in front of trees. Most, if not all, appear to be Seminole. They are wearing longshirts or suits, and some are wearing turbans. Several are carrying rifles. One, at the left, is leaning up against what appears to be a double oxen yoke. The photograph is described by accompanying printed text. The text says "Indians. Big Cypress Indians, Lake Okeechobee. 1900s?. Also, "Source: Photo Purchased from Guy Wood. Copied 6/74 PA. neg. 969."
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|