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NATIVE WOMAN & WHITE BABY daguerreotype 1858

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NATIVE WOMAN & WHITE BABY daguerreotype 1858
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UNIDENTIFIED. Native American Woman, Oaxacan Serape, Baby, c. 1858. 4.25x3.25" quarter plate daguerreotype in case.

Daguerreotypes of Native Americans if extremely rare. Most were made in Florida, Upper New York State and Ottowa, Canada. The Oaxacan Serape like the Daguerreotype dates from the 1856-1860 period. In this view taken in the Southwest or Mexico there is a relationship between the woman and baby and a still life composition involving a carefully folded Oaxacan Serape.
Condition
Good, some tarnish. Conserved by Thomas Edmondson in 2018, report available on request.
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NATIVE WOMAN & WHITE BABY daguerreotype 1858

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Dec 01, 2021
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5028: NATIVE WOMAN & WHITE BABY daguerreotype 1858

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EDWARD S. CURTIS 100 Copper Plates of Indians
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Lot 5028 Details

Description
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UNIDENTIFIED. Native American Woman, Oaxacan Serape, Baby, c. 1858. 4.25x3.25" quarter plate daguerreotype in case.

Daguerreotypes of Native Americans if extremely rare. Most were made in Florida, Upper New York State and Ottowa, Canada. The Oaxacan Serape like the Daguerreotype dates from the 1856-1860 period. In this view taken in the Southwest or Mexico there is a relationship between the woman and baby and a still life composition involving a carefully folded Oaxacan Serape.
Condition
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Good, some tarnish. Conserved by Thomas Edmondson in 2018, report available on request.

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