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Cane and aniline dye
Bequest of Mary F. Stevens
Africa, Oceania & Indigenous Americas
Mary F. Stevens [died ca. 1910] (Detroit, Michigan, USA);
1910-present, bequest to the Detroit Museum of Art (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Choctaw, Native American, Basket with Handle, between 1890 and 1910, cane and aniline dye. Detroit Institute of Arts, Bequest of Mary F. Stevens, 10.18.35.
Choctaw, Native American
North American, Native American
Pomo, Native American
Chumash, Native American
Yokuts, Native American