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Silver Heels, c.1770-1959 (print)

Silver Heels, c.1770-1959 (print)

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Silver Heels, c.1770-1959 (print)

3674015 Silver Heels, c.1770-1959 (print) by Jerome H. Remick & Co. (early 20th century); Newberry Library, Chicago, Illinois, USA; ( James Francis Driscoll collection of historical American sheet music, ca 1770-1959, Series 12: Ethnic and Religious, n.d. Subseries 1: Ethnic, n.d. Box 287
by ODea, James, 1871-1914; Moret, Neil, 1878-1943
New York: Jerome H. Remick & Co.); © Newberry Library

Media ID 33094056

© © Newberry Library / Bridgeman Images

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This print titled "Silver Heels, c. 1770-1959" takes us back in time to the early 20th century. The image showcases a woman dressed in traditional Native American attire, exuding grace and elegance. Her silver heels catch the light, adding a touch of glamour to her ensemble. The photograph is part of the James Francis Driscoll collection of historical American sheet music at the Newberry Library in Chicago, Illinois. It belongs to Series 12: Ethnic and Religious, specifically Subseries 1: Ethnic. This particular piece was created by O'Dea and Moret for Jerome H. Remick & Co. , a renowned music publishing company. The portrait captures not only the beauty of this native woman but also represents an important aspect of America's cultural heritage - the indigenous peoples of the Americas. Through her striking presence, she symbolizes strength, resilience, and pride. The musical score accompanying this image adds another layer of depth to its significance. Music has always been a powerful medium for storytelling and expression across cultures. As we gaze upon this mesmerizing photograph from Bridgeman Images' Fine Art Finder collection, we are transported into an era where tradition meets modernity and where artistry intertwines with history. It serves as a reminder that our past shapes our present while honoring the rich diversity that makes up North America's tapestry.

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