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Buckskin, beads, quills and pigment
Gift of the family of the late Henry Glover Stevens
Africa, Oceania & Indigenous Americas
Henry Glover Stevens [d. ca. 1934] (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
1934, bequeathed to siblings Annie Stevens Woodruff, Ellen Stevens Whitall, and William P. Stevens
1934-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Sioux, Native American, Pipe and Tobacco Bag, 1890, buckskin, beads, quills and pigment. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of the family of the late Henry Glover Stevens, 34.43.
Sioux, Native American
North American, Native American