Recto annotation: H-1377. A woman of Isleta decorating pottery. (Copyright by Fred Harvey)Verso annotation: The PUEBLO INDIAN is a dweller in substantial villages with house rising from one to five stories in height and bordering on regular streets or courts. In character he is peaceful, industrious and conservative. The occupation of the men is largely confined to agriculture; the women are the house builders and owners, and engage extensively in the making of pottery, which is decorated with geometrical and symbolical designs.
G.E.E. Lindquist Native American Collection
Isleta art; Pottery; Indian women; Pueblo Indians; Women; Isleta Pueblo (N.M.); New Mexico
between 1912 and 1953; Date based on the earliest and latest dates of the Lindquist collection.
3 1/2 x 5 1/2
Date based on the earliest and latest dates of the Lindquist collection.