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PH036_6231
Photo NumberPH036_6231
Title on Object
Title on EnvelopeLee Moorhouse collection of Indian costumes and artifacts
Descriptive UO TitleLee Moorhouse collection of Indian costumes and artifacts
TCI Title
General NotesA woman wearing Native American clothing stands behind a collection of Native American baskets identified as belonging to Lee Moorhouse. Some of the baskets are beaded and many have geometric patterns or designs.
TCI NotesAn outside photograph of an unidentified woman standing on a porch of a house. She is wearing a beaded buckskin dress, cornhusk hat, necklaces, and a beaded leather belt. She is in the back of the photograph; in front of her are many different sizes and kinds of baskets. Behind her are two wool blankets that are hanging on the wall. In the left side of the photograph is a beaded buckskin dress. There are many different sizes and types of baskets that are on the ground on the steps and on the porch. Some of the baskets are on top of each other and some are hanging on the wall of the house. On each side of the window are beaded buckskin dresses. This is a collection that has been collected by Major Moorhouse. Some of these objects have appeared in some of Major Moorhouse's other photographs on different people. Most of the left side of the photograph is missing, as the glass plate negative was broken. It starts in the top right corner, runs across to the middle left side, and back in the photograph out about a quarter of the way down from the top. There is a scratch or a crack that runs across the middle of the photograph.
TCI TermsDress, Buckskin Beaded
Basket
Blanket, Wool
Woman
Hat, Cornhusk
Necklace
Belt, Leather Beaded
House


TCI ClassesOutside Photograph; Person; Regalia; Artifacts; Housing; Moorhouse Props;
SubjectBaskets
Women
Antiquities
Indian art
Clothing and dress
European Americans
Indian beadwork


PhotographerMoorhouse, Lee
Date in Photo1897 - 1920
RightsThis image is in the public domain. Acknowledgement of the University of Oregon Libraries as a source is requested.
RepositoryUniversity of Oregon Libraries - Special Collections and University Archives
Collection TitleMoorhouse Collection
Source Format
Source Dimensions
Source Conditionbroken plate
TypeImage
Sub TypeInterior Photograph


Image (File) Size233,729 bytes
Image Width724 pixels
Image Height875 pixels
Color Space24 bit - RGB - sRGB IEC61966-2.1
Capture MethodScanned in transmissive mode with Silverfast AI 6.0 on UMAX PowerLook III flatbed scanner. Levels adjusted from 0 - 1.00 - 255 to 23 - 1.00 - 160 prior to capture.
Resolution
Processing HistoryScanned images enter Photoshop with negative polarity and have a reversed orientation. Archived Tiffs are saved. Adobe Photoshop used to reorient and crop images, invert image to positive polarity, set and neutralize shadow and highlight point, adjust midtone contrast, and desaturate color information. Second production tiff saved, retaining adjustments layers. Photoshop used to convert color profie from Adobe 1998, to sRGB, set resoltuion to 125 dpi and resize the largest pixel dimension of the image to 875. Display jpeg saved after resizing.
Additional Formats Held by UOArchived tiff -- PH036_6231.tif -- 24 bit, Adobe RGB (1998) -- 4800x5805 pixels -- 600 dpi -- x bytes //

Production tiff -- PH036_6231rb.tif -- 24 bit, Adobe RGB (1998) -- 4800x5805 pixels -- 600 dpi -- 144,210,208 bytes //

PublisherJoint Project of the University of Oregon Libraries and the Tamástslikt Cultural Institute of the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla
Digital CollectionUniversity of Oregon. Libraries. Picturing the Cayuse, Walla Walla, and Umatilla Tribes.
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