Doll representing an Apache Man
Enauoyaha Mariana Telto Smith, Chiricahua Apache / American, 1903 - 1978
Cloth body, buckskin, glass trade beads, yarn, paint and nylons
Overall: 10 3/16 × 5 3/8 × 1 5/8 in. (25.9 × 13.6 × 4.1 cm)
Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth: The Wellington Indian Doll Collection Gift of Barbara Wellington Wells
Place Made: San Carlos Apache Indian Reservation, United States, North America
Recreational Artifacts: Toy, Doll
Native American: Southwest
Not on view
Braves and Dolls: American Indian Costume in Miniature, Dartmouth College Museum, Wilson Hall, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, 1969.
Historical Society of Montana, Helena, Montana, 1955.
Northern Montana College, Havre, Montana, 1954.
Commission arranged by Albert "Chookomolin" Hawley (1906-1999), Director of Education at San Carlos, throught the San Carlos Tribal Enterprise, San Carlos, Arizona; sold to J. W. "Duke" Wellington (1896-1987) July 26, 1954; given to his daughter, Barbara Joan Wellington Wells, Barre, Vermont; given to present collection, 1987.
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