On back: From the Colorado Historical Society Mazzulla Collection stamp. Charlie Wunder Photographer 1248 Bannock St. Denver 4, Colo. AC. 5242 stamp. Photo by From Kelpix 17 E. 42nd St., New York, N.Y. VA 6-5296 One Production Only stamp. Paper glued to back: wunder navajo reservation jimson weed. Datura Lily or Jimson Weed - also called Nico-tina (tobacco plant family) Brought from Europe to Jamestown, Va., in 1607 - hence the name Jimson - incorrect spelling of Jamestown. This weed grows plentiful around Bluff, Utah and at one time was chewed (the leaves) as a narcotic - and too, is used by the Navajo Indian medicine men as a pain killer, Antropine, a drug is made from it. Odd as it may seem - sixty-percent of the medicine from the Indians All Indians - North and South America - They were the first to discover many of the plants that form the basis of most of the medicine used today. He had contributed much to the white man's economy - the tobacco industry (a multi-billion dollar a year business) Shown here is "Nicki" Evans of Bluff, Utah. Recently the American Medical Society issued a warning not to have the weed around and suggested that it be cut as fast as it sprung up.