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Individual photographs measure 12.5 x 18.0 cm. and smaller.
Photograph album documenting the activities of Salmon Day festivities in Keller, Washington, ca. 1930. The celebration by the Colville Indians occurred near the mouth of the San Poil River. Images include views of streets and buildings in Keller, spectators and participants at a rodeo, and of a mountainside horse "suicide race" from a distance. Identified individuals include rodeo participants Len Perkins of Yuma, Arizona, and Oran Fore of Newhall, California, and Colville Indians, Chief Jim James and Mary Hughes.
1 album (44 photographic prints) : b & w ; 17.8 x 25.7 cm.
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