Photograph of a collection of about 25 pieces of Pueblo Indian pottery, ca.1900. The pottery can be seen displayed on three shelves or tiers. The top and bottom rows of pottery are ancient in origin, while the pieces in the middle row are modern. The pottery is painted and takes a variety of shapes and sizes. Some labels are visible on some of the pieces. The seven pieces on the bottom level are textured roughly like baskets. Arrowheads mounted on a card are displayed on the top shelf at left. Parts of a newspaper(?) hang down below the middle shelf.