FMNH 191989.nosub[1]

  • 191989 stick with c loth
    Photographer: Mr. Christopher J. Philipp : Field Museum of Natural History - Anthropology
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    Description: reference image, overall
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    Scanner: Cassie Pontone : Field Museum of Natural History
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    Description: scan of catalog card [FRONT] [MAIN BODY] Field Museum of Natural History | 123 | Country Peru | Locality Ancon | People | Name Stick to which is attached a piece of coarse brown cloth | Collection World's Columbian Exposition, 1893 G.A. Dorsey, Collector | Notes Grave 63 [crossed out] Mummies 88-89 [crossed out] 5909 was original number | Width | Length | Height | Price [LEFT MARGIN] A | ENT | 191989 | Acc. 48
Catalog Number: 191989.nosub[1]
Description: stick with cloth
Materials: wood, cloth
Accession Number: [48] World's Columbian Exposition - Department of Ethnology (Gift)
Accession Year: 1893
Other Numbers: 5909
City/Town: Ancón
Collector/Source: World's Columbian Exposition - Department of Ethnology - Department of Ethnology
EMu IRN: 1095953
GUID: da2a001f-68b3-4159-a752-6866a81cfbf3

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