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Bony Tela San Carlos - Apaches- Hattie Tom Chiricahua 1898 (Ethnologisches Museum, Staatliche Museen zu Berlin CC BY-NC-SA)
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1898 fand in Omaha (Nebraska) ein "Indian Congress" statt, auf welchem Frank A. Rinehart viele Perönlichkeiten fotografierte. In diesem Rahmen entstand die Aufnahme mit dem Titel: "Bony Tela San Carlos - Apaches- Hattie Tom Chiricahua 1898".

Die Omaha Public Library verfügt über eine Kopie dieser Aufnahme (Unknown man and woman) und hat diese beschrieben:
"Unidentified man and woman, probably from Apache tribe, are shown standing. The man is wearing a white fabric shirt and pants tucked into tall boots. He is also wearing a wide-brimmed hat, and holding a pipe. The woman is wearing beaded, embroidered and fringed buckskin clothing." und mit Schlagworten versehen:
"Indian Congress (1898 : Omaha, Neb.)
Trans-Mississippi and International Exposition (1898 : Omaha, Neb.)
Apache Indians -- Portraits


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Bildformat (Foto): 23,5 x 19 cm Hochformat

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