Seminole Woman Doll

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Seminole Woman Doll

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Title:  

Seminole Woman Doll
Date:
1982
Creator:
Johns, Mary Francis

Content Description: 

Doll, palmetto fiber. Dressed as a Seminole Indian woman, she has a black cloth replicating a traditional Seminole hairstyle, an embroidered palmetto face. She is wearing multicolor glass earrings and beads, a burgundy cape with a high blue neck matching the blue skirt, and the bottom has strips of yellow and black with rick rack. The cape is bordered in yellow and black with 3 strips of rick rack. The skirt has a wide white stripe around it with red calico diamond on it. 10 strips of rick rack and a yellow on burgundy hem complete the skirt's pedestal stuffed with cotton.

Physical Description: 

H: 13 1/2," W at bottom of skirt: 11 1/2"

Location:
500 S Bronough St,Florida,Tallahassee,32399
Identifier:
2008M.016.002

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