An-na Chief Peo's mother
Outdoor portrait of Ipna Solatoh, Chief Peo's mother, posing against a tree trunk. She wears a shawl with a repeating pattern and a head scarf.
Major Lee Moorhouse (Thomas Leander Moorhouse), Non-Indian, 1850-1926
Silver gelatin print
Lee Moorhouse took up photography as a hobby in 1888 and--during his life as a rancher, engineer, businessman, military officer, and Indian agent--documented life in the Pacific Northwest, including Native people. This print is from an album of Moorhouse photographs formerly in the collection of Grace Schlotterback; acquired by MAI at an unknown date.
4.5 x 7 in.
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