This is a very unusual pillow cover from Douglas Arizona. In each of the four corners is an oval shaped picture. The top left has 'Touch I Goo and Payas Cuass, two women. The top right is Mary One Goose holding a Native American doll. The bottom left is 'Black Dog' Indian medicine man, while the bottom right is Buckskin Charles and Squaw. In the middle are pictures of the library building, Copper Queen Store, Young Mens Christian Association Building, public school buildings, Plaza de Toro bull ring and a male in what looks to be a bullfighter outfit with letter under his picture but cannot make them out. There is browning up and down and across the middles and about 3/4 of the way down where it has been folded, probably for considerable time. I have not tried to remove this. The deep blues are good with no fading. It is a piece of cotton material which has not been made into a pillow. It as it is now it measures 17 3/4 inches across and top to bottom.