|Southwest Culture Area
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Horse riding whip made from dyed horsehair in black and white. One segment is decorated with diagonal, concentric rectangles and another segment with zigzags alternating in white and black and diamonds. One end has a leather handle with a decorative, black and white ball to wrap around the rider's hand. The opposite end has two leather straps dyed red. The whip has two decorative tassels that do not hang from, but rather are part of the body of the whip.
|Gift of Mrs. Westray Ladd, 1917
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