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Second Annual American Indian Fine Arts, Crafts and Trade Show, Lincoln Park Center, 2520 N. Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois; Maxwell Street Market, Chicago, Illinois

Second Annual American Indian Fine Arts, Crafts and Trade Show, Lincoln Park Center, 2520 N. Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois; Maxwell Street Market, Chicago, Illinois

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Online digital image numbers may be offset by 1 or 2 digits from the film negative frame numbers.
Film negative frame numbers, descriptions: 1-11, unidentified Native Americans at craft show, sign reads "Indian magic stick, a toy for fun"; 14-26, at the Maxwell Street market, fruit stand run by same person for at least 40 years; formerly belonged to his father; 16, Shifra Epstein, fieldworker; 17, unidentified woman; 29-31, unidentified couple; 27-28, 32-36, Kosher delicatessan run by non-Jew; 36a, unidentified woman (left), Shifra Epstein (right)

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01/01/1977
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chicago
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