I’ve recently returned back to the museum after having taken some time off for paternity leave (thanks to Tom Stanley for covering for me while I was gone). I’m back, but my baby is still on my mind. In honor of him, this week’s photo is of a Umatilla baby. The Umatilla people inhabited around the area of the Columbia River in Oregon. This image shows a Umatilla baby wrapped in a papoose, set in a cradle. The image was taken by Thomas Leander Moorhouse, circa 1900. Moorhouse was a photographer based out of Pendelton, Oregon who took both studio and outdoor photographs.