NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN WOMAN REAL PHOTO POST CARD of an Osage woman. This is such a beautiful photograph. The young woman is standing with a hint of a smile. She has her striped and fringed (woman's) Pendleton wool blanket wrapped around her with one shoulder and arm unwrapped. She is wearing a traditional Osage woman's blouse and I can see one large silver brooch at the neck closing. She also has the traditional multi strands of bead around her neck in choker style. Her wool broadcloth wrap around, fold over skirt appears to have multiple bands on the list. She is wearing her Osage moccasins and leggings. Now for one of the most interesting items with her dress! She is holding a small purse or possibly a small beaded whimsy purse with a strap. The second most interesting item with her dress is the hint of an eyelet or lace petticoat hanging a little below her skirt.
CONDITION: Good, normal vintage dings on corners and edges. Some one has put an "X" above her head in ink. Card is unused, but has pencil writing on the back and a stamped red ink 6 digit number. Not sure if the identification means she is part of the Osage Morrell family or if this photograph was given to the family by her. Image is clear, clean and crisp. Card has age soiling on back.
CIRCA: AZO, triangles up, 1904-1918
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