This is a photo reprint of this famous turn of the century Edward S. Curtis photogravure. "This illustration shows the typical burden basket of the several Piman tribes of southern Arizona, called kiho in the Piman language. Their mythology relates that once the kiho was an animate being, but owing to disobedience of divine laws when the people emerged from the under-world, it became inanimate, and has since been carried on the backs of women."
This is a NEW 8" X 10" unframed photo reprint. It is an archival print on glossy photo paper guaranteed by the manufacturer not to fade for over 100 years.