Painting of Seminole Polly Parker

Type:

Still Image

Date:

Jan 1989

Item:

Photographic slides

Container:

v. 49

Series:

S1577

Item ID:

S89-250 - S89-253; S89-258

General Note/Comment

  • Five color slides. Images of a painting of Seminole Polly Parker by Highwayman Artist Robert Butler. Parker escaped from the Americans in 1852 during the Second Seminole War near Tampa. She lived well into the Twentieth Century. The images were created in part for use in an exhibit on Seminole culture at the Museum of Florida History.

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