Indian Hall at County Museum, 1951
Henry Wylde, arranging Pueblo blankets, the oldest type in 200-blanket collection given by William Randolph Hearst. 105: Curator Arthur Woodward contrasts modern pipe with early Southern California Indians'. #5: Janice Hurlburt & Eskimo death masks. #6: Janice Hurlburt's legs & Athapascan mocosins (in back) & Apaches' (at left). #117: Display shows Indian stone-working process (on girl's hand is Zuni ring). Polishing ax, chipping, pecking. #116: Mortars & pestles & metaes(?) (used for grinding and pounding acorns and small seeds, with Janice Hurlburt eating lunch".