Electrotype of "Feathers"

Description
This electrotype of “Feathers” was prepared by the Government Printing Office in Washington, D.C.; the image was published as Plate 81 (p.176) in an article by Alfred Vincent Kidder (1885-1963) and Samuel J. Guernsey (1868-1936) entitled “Archeological Explorations in Northeastern Arizona” in Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin 61, (1919).
Location
Currently not on view
Object Name
electrotype
Object Type
Electrotype
date made
1919
publisher
Bureau of American Ethnology
printer
Government Printing Office
author
Kidder, Alfred Vincent
Guernsey, Samuel J.
Physical Description
wood (overall material)
metal (overall material)
Measurements
overall: 11.1 cm x 15 cm x 2.3 cm; 4 3/8 in x 5 7/8 in x 7/8 in
place made
United States: District of Columbia, Washington
ID Number
2000.0207.122
catalog number
2000.0207.122
accession number
2000.0207
subject
Native Americans
Art
Cultures & Communities
Communications
Science & Mathematics
Wood Blocks for early Bureau of American Ethnology Publications, Graphic Arts Collection
Wood Engravings, Graphic Arts Collection
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Culture and the Arts: Graphic Arts
Wood Blocks for early Bureau of American Ethnology Publications, Graphic Arts Collection
Wood Engravings, Graphic Arts Collection
Data Source
National Museum of American History, Kenneth E. Behring Center

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