|Object Name||Print, Photographic|
Color exterior photograph of a man and woman standing behind a table covered with a blanket and many pieces decorated white pottery. There is a blanket hanging behind the table. The table is set up under a chickee. A woman in a patchwork skirt and translucent cape, with her back to the camer, along with another woman who can be partially seen, are talking to the woman behind the table. There are also bells and indian corn hanging from the rafters in front of the table.
Red stamps on the back say, "Color-Ads Productions, P.O. Box 38-594, Miami, Florida" and "Photography by J.F. Capicottio"
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.
|Collection||General Reference Photography Collection|