|Title||Native American Basketry Notebook|
|Scope & Content||
Notebook/Scrapbook of newspaper and magazine articles on Native American basketry. It is believed that this scrapbook was made by Daisy Kelley MacCallum and given to Nannie Escola.
Daisy MacCallum had a keen interest in the local Pomo Indians and, at one time, her collection of baskets was the third largest collection in the country. These baskets were given to the California Indian Museum in Sacramento by Daisy in 1938.
|Year Range from||1903|
|Year Range to||1952|
|Credit line||Nannie Escola Collection|
|Caption||Scrapbook of Native American Basketry|
Escola, Nannie Flood
MacCallum, Daisy Kelley, 1859 - 1953