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English: 1940 US government publicity photo meant for newspaper and magazine publication: Minnesota farm worker scene of Chippewa baby (at a rice field) strapped to cradleboard while teething on an Office of Indian Affairs print magazine called "Indians at Work".

Original typed period caption: CONSOLIDATED CHIPPEWA 54: A Chippewa baby in the traditional cradle board at Indian rice camp at Little Rice Lake near Tower, Minnesota. Gordon Sommers, 1940.

Original period ink stamps: Credit U.S. Indian Service (manuscript additions: cross out of Credit U.S. and addition of illegible four-letter phrase at end)

AFTER USE, PLEASE RETURN TO: F. W. LaRouche, Room 1326, Office of Indian Affairs, Washington, D.C. (all crossed out in manuscript and replaced with Information Div. 1126 )

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Date 1940
Source US DOI now-defunct sub-agency: Office of Indian Affairs
Author (US DOI) Office of Indian Affairs staff
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