Visor made from a single piece of wood and with a strap made from sinew. The inner part of the visor, where it is meant to rest against the forehead, has a concave shape and the opposite edge has a similar convex curvature. The strap is attached to the visor through holes drilled at both ends.
FROM CARD: "EYE SHADE. MADE OF SPRUCE, CONSISTING OF A SIMPLE VISOR CARVED OUT OF A SINGLE PIECE. THE VISOR IS MOST COMMON IN THE NATIONAL MUSEUM COLLECTION FROM SLEDGE ISLAND AND VICINITY. ILLUS. IN USNM AR, 1894; FIG. 29-C; P. 298."