Photograph of 3 Hopi Indian kachina dolls on display, ca.1900. Labels below the dolls identify them as: "Sika (yellow) Hototo Katchina Tihu", "Miyaksoli Katchina Tihu", and "Kakashka Katchina Tihu".; "Sika (yellow) Hototo Katchina Tihu. -- The home of this Katchina is said to be Walabawi, a place about half a mile north or Orabi. He usually appears in company with the Sakwa (green) Hototo Katchina which follows this one. Dances occasionally at the kiva dances on winter evenings, appears on such occasions as the last Powamu day, the Balolokon[?] ceremony, etc., with other Katchinas. The object on the back of the head is called 'sakwaplakul[?]' (imitation scalp). The chin should have a bunch of hair hanging down on each side of the head in imitation of a bunch of hair of a horse's tail, which the Katchina wears in that manner. On the calf of the right leg the Katchina wears a turtle rattle. -- Oraibi, Arizona, 1900. No. 63[...]. Presented by Mr. Stanley McCormick, Rev. H.A. Voth, collector."; "Miyaksoli Katchina Tihu. -- This Katchina is also called [...] Katchina [...] probably from the fact that he acts as a leader in the dances of the [...]. When the latter have their dance the M[...] appears at dawn and again at sun set at the edge of the [...] near the place [...]. -- Oraibi, Arizona, 1900. No. 63[...]. Presented by Mr. Stanley McCormick, Rev. H.A. Voth, collector."; "Kakashka Katchina Tihu. -- The name is derived from a certain bird the cry of which sounds something like 'K[...]aa[...]'. According to some it is the [...] owl[?], according to others a water bird with a long tail. According to the best information, this Katchina appeared in Oraibi for the first time eight or ten years ago and has since danced with the Buya[...] Katchina when he appeared in connection with some [...] and once in an evening kiva dance in winter. It is probable that the Katchina had his origin in the whim of some Hopi whose interest was aroused by the [...]. -- Oraibi, Arizona, 1900. No. [...]. Presented by Mr. Stanley McCormick, Rev. H.A. Voth, collector."