THE BEATRICE HOLT COLLECTION
Doll

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Collection Beatrice Holt Collection
Description Wooden Indian woman doll. She is standing with bowl that is balanced on the top of her head. Her clothing is painted on and includes a yellow and white sari with a dark purple blouse. The bowl on her head is tan and brown with a dark red and black detailing. Other painted details include her arms (which are down at her sides), facial features, a bracelet, ears, and hair. A thin piece of wood is glued to the back of her head to look like a long pony-tail. The head and body of the doll appear to have been carved from one piece of wood.
Dimensions H-3.75 inches
Category 9: Recreational Artifacts
Object ID 1982.0123
Object Name Doll
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