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Hopi Indian Girl

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Title

Hopi Indian Girl

Description

This postcard is a photograph of a young Native American girl climbing a ladder to the second story of a pueblo in Arizona.

This is a photo of a little Hopi Indian girl climbing up a ladder that is leaning on the side of a brick wall that looks like part of a house. The little girl is wearing a red poncho, black dress, and white boots. She has twisted pigtails in her hair.

Source

USA

Rights

Under Copyright

Relation

RMF-73

Format

Language

English

Type

Postcard

Identifier

PC-SS 8

Postcard Item Type Metadata

Card Title

Hopi Indian Girl

Material

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Classification

Genre

Writing on Card (Yes or No)?

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Printed Text (Back)

Hopi Indian Girl
The Hopis are famous for their pottery, Kachina dolls and annual snake dance and still live in picturesque pueblos on the high mesas as they have for centuries.

Mirro-krome Card by H.S. Crocker Co., Inc., Oklahoma City, Okla.
Published by Fronske Studio, Flagstaff, Ariz.

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Postmarked Yes or No

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Archivist's Comment

Added 10-12-2013 TT

Added new subjects. New description. Added to maps. Changed to SS collection. TMM 4/12/14.

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Citation

Mirro-krome Cards, “Hopi Indian Girl,” FSU Card Archive, accessed August 14, 2018, http://fsucardarchive.org/items/show/1820.

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