This is a 1910 Glass Negative of Indian Home Implements, produced by the Visual Instruction Division of the New York State Education Department (printed on the matted sides). The 4" wide by 3.25" high negative shows a variety of Eastern Native American carved bone implements for use at home, such as a knife, needles, fishing hooks, and a comb with a reticulated figure and dotted border. When the negative is held up to a light source, these images can be seen in detail and with more variations in tone. The edges of the negative have been covered with black paper. This 1910 Glass Negative of Indian Home Implements is in very good condition.