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1933 Goudey Indian Gum Cover with John Brant's Image
Description
Creator
Goudey Gum Company
Media Type
Image
Object
Item Types
Packaging
Gum bichromate prints
Description
Detail from illustrations found on Goudey Indian Gum in 1933. Depiciton of John Brant (Ahyouwaighs -sp.) was pictured along with an image of "Luqaiot" and another image simply titled "wampum". In 1933, the Goudey Gum Company produced one of the most complicated and controversial non-sports issued gum ever produced. The Indian Gum set (R73), with card backs routinely labeling Native Americans as "cruel," "bloodthirsty" and "murderous," was unveiled in several series and is chock-full of variations and scarcities. The set consists of 216 cards, each measuring 2-3/8" x 2-7/8". Card fronts display brightly colored and artistically rendered depictions of Native American chiefs, warriors, generals, frontiersmen and Wild West figures, as well as native rituals, survival practices, war tactics and battles.
Date of Original
1933
Image Dimensions
Image Width: 371
Image Height: 442
Subject(s)
Personal Name(s)
Brant, John ; Ahyouwaighs
Local identifier
SNPL000094v00i
Collection
Six Nations Legacy Consortium Collection
Language of Item
English
Geographic Coverage
  • Ontario, Canada
    Latitude: 43.06681 Longitude: -80.11635
Donor
Six Nations Legacy Consortium
Copyright Statement
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Contact
Six Nations Public Library
Email
WWW address
Agency street/mail address
1679 Chiefswood Rd
PO Box 149
Ohsweken, ON N0A 1M0
519-445-2954
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1933 Goudey Indian Gum Cover with John Brant's Image


Detail from illustrations found on Goudey Indian Gum in 1933. Depiciton of John Brant (Ahyouwaighs -sp.) was pictured along with an image of "Luqaiot" and another image simply titled "wampum". In 1933, the Goudey Gum Company produced one of the most complicated and controversial non-sports issued gum ever produced. The Indian Gum set (R73), with card backs routinely labeling Native Americans as "cruel," "bloodthirsty" and "murderous," was unveiled in several series and is chock-full of variations and scarcities. The set consists of 216 cards, each measuring 2-3/8" x 2-7/8". Card fronts display brightly colored and artistically rendered depictions of Native American chiefs, warriors, generals, frontiersmen and Wild West figures, as well as native rituals, survival practices, war tactics and battles.