Title:[Steadman y Trager portraits of Oaxacans]
Creator/Contributor:Steadman y Trager, creator, photographer.
Creator/Contributor:Steadman, Frank Morris, photographer.
Creator/Contributor:Trager, George E., photographer.
Portraits of Mexican "types" from Oaxaca and perhaps other locations: 1. [Older Oaxacan woman carrying child on back. Photographer's
number 153.] 2. [Oaxaca farmer posing before carts and cattle. 161.] 3. [Young Oaxaca woman holding pottery jug on shoulder.
226.] 4. [Three men and one woman, perhaps farmers, posing against wall. 227.] 5. [Oaxacan man carrying child and bundle on
back. 297.] 6. [Large group portrait of laborers posing on steps. 256.]
Mexicans -- Mexico -- Oaxaca (State) -- Portraits
Agricultural laborers -- Mexico -- Oaxaca (State) -- Portraits
Title devised by cataloger.
Photographer's stamp on back of each print: Steadman y Trager, photo-supply de Puebla, Calle de Porfirio Diaz 11 1/2.
Photographer's generic caption or series name (e.g. "Oaxaca type", "Oaxaca view" or "Mexican laborers") and photographer's
number printed in negative of each image.
Steadman y Trager portraits of Oaxacans, BANC PIC 2019.066, The Bancroft Library, University of California, Berkeley.
Purchase ; from Kaaterskill Books ; 2019.
Frank Morris Steadman and George E. Trager are known to have had an office in Nebraska. They are listed in Mexican directories
in the early 1900s. Earlier, in 1890, Trager photographed the aftermath of the Battle of Wounded Knee.
6 photographs in 1 folder : gelatin prints ; sheets 14 x 10 cm
BANC PIC 2019.066--PIC