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Glass beads and wool yarn fringe
Museum Purchase, Flint Ink Foundation and Edgar A.V. Jacobsen Acquisition Fund
Africa, Oceania & Indigenous Americas
John Bauer (Bokeelia, Florida, USA).
Richard Pohrt, Jr.
2006-present, purchase by the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Ojibwa, Native American, Sash, ca. 1890, glass beads and wool yarn fringe. Detroit Institute of Arts, Museum Purchase, Flint Ink Foundation and Edgar A.V. Jacobsen Acquisition Fund, 2006.46.
Ojibwa, Native American
North American, Native American
Canadian, Native American