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Description

A vertically oriented drawing on a single-sided piece of paper. At the top of the page is a decorated crescent-shaped being with eyes, a mouth, and a curled nose. A small coastal mountain scene is drawn below. Under the mountain scene, in the middle section of the page, are six human-like figures, and a human skull. The human-like figures all have their hands in the air, their hair is drawn upwards suggesting that they are moving in a downward direction, and they all have circular eyes and mouths. The largest human-like figure is embellished with male genitalia. The skull, larger than any of the human-like figures, is positioned horizontally in the center of the page. At the very bottom of the page is a decorated thunderbird(?) with a human-like left hand and an arrow extending outwards from its mouth. The reverse-side of the page is blank.

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