Possible portrait of Juana María, the Lone Woman of San Nicolas Island : 1853 (?). This image was owned by Hayward and Muzzall, photographers, Santa Barbara, and found with a picture of Mrs. George Nidever with whom Juana María lived after she had been brought to the mainland
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Portrait of a seated woman who has a blanket wrapped around her striped clothing, attributed to Juana María. Image originally obtained from Elizabeth Mason, Courtesy of the Southwest Museum, Los Angeles, N. 32674.