Latinos/Hispanics in Colorado Collection; image no. Maria de la Luz Trujillo-Sandoval.
Portrait of María de la Luz Trujillo-Sandoval wife of Charles Archibald Metcalf, a trader, and pioneer in Pueblo, Colorado. She wears a dark dress with a pin and has her hair pulled back and parted in the middle.
[between 1890 and 1900?]
Content derived from inventory prepared by Dana EchoHawk.; Scanned imaged from loaned collection.; Title derived from inventory.; From inventory: "María de la Luz Trujillo-Sandoval was born in 1830 and married Charles Archibald Metcalf in 1845. Charles had been trapping / trading with Indian tribes out of the small trading fort located in what is now Pueblo, Colorado. After their marriage, María and Charles moved to the fort. Maria was one, if not the first, of the earliest women to actually live in the Pueblo area. She died in 1910."; R7001524984; Mode of access: World Wide Web.; Digitization sponsored by the Library Services and Technology Act and the Center for Colorado & the West at Auraria Library.
Is Part Of
Latinos/Hispanics in Colorado Collection.;
Mexican Americans--1890-1900.; Hispanic Americans--1890-1900.; Women.; Trujillo-Sandoval, María de la Luz--Pictorial works.; Mexican Americans--Colorado--Pictorial works.; Hispanic Americans--Colorado--Pictorial works.; Women--Colorado--Pueblo--Pictorial works.; Hispanic American pioneers--Colorado--Pueblo--Pictorial works.
Source: loan, Cef Ahuero-Baca, 2010.
Restrictions applying to use or reproduction of this image available from the Western History/Genealogy Dept., Denver Public Library.
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Type of Material
Digital images.; Studio portraits.; Digital images.; Portrait photographs.; Imaged.