Lot 127    

C.L. Cusick Albumen Cabinet Card of Indian Man, Tribe Unknown, Probably Oto,
2008, Spring Historic Americana, June 5 & 6, 2008
with Arkansas City, Kansas imprint, 6.5" x 4.25", ca 1885. A corn-shuck cigarillo is in the fingers of the man's left hand.

Condition:  
Four pin holes, some small spots/stains.
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