Titled "The Beautiful Indian Maidens," this promotional poster was published by the Enquirer Job Printing Co., in Cincinnati, Ohio. The lithograph was printed ca. 1899. It was probably used for a vaudeville act or burlesque show at the time. It shows a number of young native girls, mostly adorned with feather headdresses, although a few are wearing leis. One is holding up a lobster with the face of a man on it.
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