Woman's Cornhusk Bag


William Manning organized his collection by categories listing this bag in the category: Baskets - Soft Weave and noting its origin as Spokane Indians. Source: Accession record 1, Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture, 1926 W. M. Manning Indian Collection inventory. Rectangular, flat, twined, cornhusk bag. Geometric designs in green and red with black, yellow and purple one side and green and red other side. Buckskin handle and tie. Hemp and cotton weft at top and base, balance cornhusk and wool. Edged in red textile. height: 12 1/2"; width at widest point: 14 1/2"