|Current Location:||Collections Storage|
|Culture Area:||Southwest Culture Area|
|Credit Line:||Purchased from E. M. Culver, 1916|
Horse riding whip made from dyed horsehair in black, white and red. Plaited design of alternating black and white with balls of black, white and red separating segments of the whip. One end has a horsehair handle to wrap around the rider's hand and the opposite end has three, long tassels, two in white and one in black. The whip has two decorative tassels that do not hang from, but rather are part of the body of the whip.
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