lot of 33; including 16 Apache photographs including Mangas, Chief of the Warm Springs Apache; Ka-e-te-nay" or Gaiy-en-en" (Son-in-law of Victorio), Head Chief of Warm Spring Apaches; Na-buagh-i-ta, Apache Medicine Man; Chai-si-to, Son of Bonito; Apache Scout; Old Loco, Chief of Warm Springs Apache; Got-chi-eh, Ancient Warm Aprings Apache; Chihuahua or Kla-esch, Sub Chief of Chiricahuas Apaches; Nachez (Son of Cochise) and Wife, Chief of Chiricahua Apache; Tze-le and Wife, Chiricahua Apache; Apache Camp Scene. Arizona; Chiricahua Apache Camp on the San Carlos River, Arizona; Daisy, White Mountain Apache; Apache Baby, Poor little Tootsy-wootsy!!; Hana, Chief of Warm Springs Apaches; Shung-i-shi, Apache Boy; PLUS 4 Havasupai photographs including, Captain Jack and Wife with Group of Havasupai Indians, Supai Canyon; Havasupai Group, Supai Canyon; Hava-Supai Indians, Supai Canon; Hava-Supai Lodge, Supai Canon, A.T.; PLUS 9 Pueblo photographs including Man and Woman of Laguna Pueblo; Tzashima, Pueblo Girl of Laguna; Lupa-Chi-wiami, Puebla of Isleta; View in Pueblo Zuni; Approach to Acoma Pueblo, Water carriers; Oraibe (Moqui) Basketry; Masks used by Moqui Indian in their dances, Pueblo of Gualpi, Arizona; Corn dance of the Moqui Indians; View in Hualpi, Moqui Village, Arizona, The Sacred Rock; PLUS 1 Navajo photograph of Navajo Loom; AND Mojave Runners; Pau-ai (Poly) Yuma Squaw; Fort Wingate, N.M. 1885; all titled in negative and with Wittick's imprint on reverse.
Condition varies; many light tonality with light edge wear and bumped corners.
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