Lantern Slide #015: Sally Brown preparing sedge-grass for making brooms, Catawba, S.C.
Object identifier: graphics:10847
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|Title||Lantern Slide #015: Sally Brown preparing sedge-grass for making brooms, Catawba, S.C.|
|collector||Speck, Frank G. (Frank Gouldsmith), 1881-1950|
|Abstract||Black-and-white glass lantern slide of Sally Brown preparing sedge-grass for making brooms in Catawba, South Carolina.|
|Note||Slide located in section labelled 'Catawba'|
|Subject (lcsh)||Catawba Indians|
|Subject (local_CNAIR)||Catawba people|
|Subject (lcsh)||South Carolina|
|Digital Origin||reformatted digital|
|Title||Frank G. Speck Papers|
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