Zuni Kachina, Mastop, pine, pigments (commercial and natural), and deer hide, carved doll with classic Zuni attributes including articulated arms and applied clothing including deer hide skirt and neck ruff, body painted with hand prints and backside of case mask features horny toads. 8H. 1910-20s. Provenance: Property from the estate of Dorothy Louise Luhrs, PhD, (1910-1972), Archaelogist with University of New Mexico/School of American Research Field School, whose studies and research included the Una Via Chaco Canyon, NM, Largo Canyon, NM, Guatemala, Mexico, and the Hoopa Indian Reservation in northern California. Luhrs was also president of the Southwestern Anthropological Association from 1950-51. Condition: Losses to left foot, minor wear to paint commensurate for age.