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Inventory of the Roberts Photograph Collection, ca. 1915-1933
HUMCO E78 C15 R62
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Requa: Group of children in front of the Brooks' house.
Requa: Mary Ann Frank, pounding acorns.
Requa: Mary Ann Frank, standing before Brooks' old house.
Requa: Mary Ann Frank, carrying driftwood in a burden basket, at a beach wood pile.
Requa: Mary Ann Frank, working on a basket. Passage on reverse reads:Mary Ann Frank Roberts mother.
Stawen Bill and Mrs. Frank Woods. An early print exists with the following in Mrs. Roberts' cursive:Starwin Bill & Mrs. Frank Woods.
In the redwoods, on the "Redwood Highway."
Johnsons: End of the sweathouse at the top of the roadway. An early print exists. A legend on the reverse in Mrs. Roberts' hand reads:Yurok Indian sweat house, Klamath River, Cal.
Requa: Mouth of the Klamath River from its north. Pencilled on back in Mrs. Roberts' cursive:Wissach culver.
Requa: Mouth of the Klamath River from the north bank of the river. Cooking salmon on sticks. Mrs. Roberts' label reads:Waterhouse Wissach Culver.
Requa: The Brooks house, with Harry Roberts, Sr., and Surgone George in front. [A. R. P.: Billy Brooks, Jimmie James indentified 7/8/1971.]
Johnsons: Yurok Indian woman. [A. R. P.: Eliza Lindgren per Ray Burns.]
Johnsons: Poker Bob's daughter. Legend on Reverse:Poker Bob's daughter.
Red Mountain: Ruins of a prayer alter.
Requa: The Hughes mill in Panther Creek.
Requa: Brush Dance. Legend on reverse in small cursive:Brush Dance at Requa ca. 1922.
Requa: Ira Stevens at the mouth of the Klamath River, ca. 1920. Label on back in an unknown hand reads:Ira Stevens Mouth of Klamath about 1920Note fishnet drying poles, fishnet, and net floats.
Requa: Brush Dance.
Requa: Jump Dance, Robert Spott in the center of the line. A postal exists with the legend on its bottom:"Brush Dance" of the Klamath Indians ~Jones~It shows the same male dancers in the same order, but no female dancers. The background is the same. The angle of the shot means it was taken from the front right of the dance line. In the postal, the male dancers are wearing their deer skin waist wraps, rather than having them laid in front.
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