Berkeley Intertribal Pow-Wow
24 in HIGH x 18 in WIDE
(60.96 cm HIGH x 45.72 cm WIDE)
All Of Us Or None Archive. Gift of the Rossman Family.

"Stewart 4/87" printed diagonally in black at the bottom right of the image.

Poster has a background that fades from red to white as it moves up the poster with black images and white and black text. Central image shows a North American Indian man split down the middle with the right half of his body being Americanized with a suit and short combed hair white the left half of his body is dressed in traditional clothing with a feather in his long hair. The right half of the image corresponds with the left half of the figure''s body - the background images include a bull''s head, an eagle and a peace pipe. The left half of the image, corresponding with the right half of the figure''s body, has a background of a clock tower, an animal skull with a horn, and a drawn silhouette of an eagle. Black text above the image at the top of the poster reads "3rd Annual Berkeley Intertribal Pow-Wow". White text beneath the image at the bottom of the poster is divided into two columns, the left with the date, time, and names of the MC and head dancers, and the right with the location and names of the flag bearers and host drum. A warning about illegal substances, alcohol, thefts, and accidents runs along the bottom of the poster. |
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