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English: Unidentified Native Man (possibly Steward's informant, Chief Louis Billy Prince) and Julian Steward (1902-1972) Outside Wood Building, Bow and Quiver of Arrows Leaning Against Wall Nearby 1940
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1 photoprint 003 in x 004 in Black and white photoprint Local number: NAA INV 02871300 OPPS NEG 56197

Contained in: Portraits of Anthropologists and others 1860s-1960s)
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