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A. Frank Randall Albumen Photo of Papoose (Baby), Apache
2/3/2011 - ONLINE American History Timed Auction
A ca 1885 studio portrait showing an Apache mother facing away from the camera and her baby peeking out of its cradleboard, looking directly at the camera; 4" x 7.25" mounted on 5.5" x 11" paper imprinted Papoose(Baby). A. Frank Randall worked out of Wilcox, Ariz., in the years 1883-88.

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Photo in very good condition, mount with scattered minor stains and small tears.
Est $300 - $500
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