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Eugene Burdick

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This letter dated October 8, 1935, from Eugene Burdick to Emma Adams, addresses the beaded vest that Usher Burdick had commissioned from Adams in 1931. Eugene notes that Usher left beads and buckskin with Adams for the project and that four years have passed. Eugene writes at length about how Usher has "been fair with the Indians" and says that Adams should be fair with Usher in return. In closing, Eugene requests Adams write to him or send the completed vest to him in Williston, North Dakota.

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Letter from Usher Burdick to Emma Adams Regarding Beaded Vest, June 2, 1933

Date of Work

10-8-1935

Keywords

indigenous art, artifacts, beads, beadwork

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Eugene Burdick, Usher Burdick, Emma Adams

Letter from Eugene Burdick to Emma Adams Regarding Beaded Vest, October 8, 1935

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