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Marigold Linton and Roderick Tyron Linton posing on fence on the Morongo Reservation
Leigh, Warren
Date Created and/or Issued
Circa 1946
Publication Information
Banning Library District
Contributing Institution
Banning Library District
Banning Library District Local History Collection
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Exterior photograph of Marigold Linton and her brother, Roderick Tyron Linton posing on a wooden fence on the Morongo Reservation, possibly during the annual Roundup event held on the reservation. Their grandfather was famous artist and art historian Sadakichi Hartman who lived first in Beaumont and later on the Morongo Reservation.
1 sepia tone photograph; 7.62 x 11.43 cm.
Linton Family
Biographies-California-Morongo Reservation-Linton
Biographies-California-Morongo Reservation-Hartmann
Morongo Indian Reservation (Calif.)

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