Lot 340    

Buehman Cabinet Photograph of an Apache Chief,
American History Auction / June 24, 2009
a fine studio portrait of Chief San Juan, a Mescalero Apache, with H. Buehman's Tucson, Arizona imprint below image and Apache Chief 70 handwritten in negative.

Provenance:  
The Thomas Minckler Collection of Western Americana


Condition:  
Minor crease in center right portion of image; some wear to edges of mount; some staining to bottom edge of mount.
Sold: $1,645.00
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