|Maker||probably Native American made|
|Used||by Mrs. WW Durant at Camp Pine Knot|
Pair of snowshoes, possibly Algonquin style, fairly small. High quality.
Teardrop-shaped with decorative red tufts that appear to be typical of Native American made styles. Large, with long tapering tail. The toe is upturned while the tail is turned slightly down. The rawhide is narrow guage and is tightly woven. No bindings attached.
Cat. card says: "Used by Mr. & Mrs. Durant."
|Notes||Photographed by Richard Walker, April 2011. Featured in Adirondack Life article, November/December, 2012.|
|Dimensions||W-11 L-36.5 D-1.5 inches|
|Other number||AM 0105|