Indian Life In Old San Diego Captured By Photographer
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Aired 11/29/11 on KPBS Midday Edition.
Guests: Therese Chung, SDHC Project Manager
Larry Banegas of the Barona Band, Project Liason to the Indian Community
The photo collection of a New Yorker who settled in San Diego in the late 1800s is about to become available to the public online. The reason Edward Harvey Davis's photographs are of so much interest ....is his documentation of Indian tribes of San Diego county. His fascination with Indian culture has left us a legacy of information...which the San Diego History Center is about to release.
E.H. Davis Indian Photographs
Edward H. Davis photographed San Diego County Indian life in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. His photos are cataloged and digitized by the San Diego History center.
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