Museum of the Great Plains
Six negative images chiefly relating to Comanche Indians including photographs of Quanah Parker, Fort Sill Indian School, Indians in the local police force, Comanche Reformed Church (formed 1907 in Lawton, Okla.; also known as the Yellow Mission), Kiowa, Comanche, and Apache Indian Reservation, and Cache, Okla
Indiana University - Archives of Traditional Music
Peyote songs -- Opening song -- Dawn songs -- Peyote songs learned from the Lipan Apache -- Midnight song -- Coyote story -- Peyote prayer -- Song from story about origin of peyote -- Silent night
Smithsonian - National Anthropological Archives
Scope and Contents note Photographs made by Edward Adamson Hoebel during a 1933 Laboratory of Anthropology field school session led by Ralph Linton. They consist of images of Comanche Indians, including a Comanche brush dance at Walters, Oklahoma, and images of Shoshoni Indians during a sun dance at Fort Hall, Idaho, in 1934.
Northeastern State University, Tahlequah Campus - John Vaughan Library
Contains various articles and documents on the subject of the different bands of Comanche Indians
Northeastern State University, Tahlequah Campus - John Vaughan Library
Contains various articles and documents on the subject of the Comanche Indians
Museum of the Great Plains
Negatives taken from postcards of Comanche Indians -- Includes Comanche woman and child in cradleboard and man in native dress
Museum of the Great Plains
Twenty-four copy negatives depicting Indians of Oklahoma including studio portraits and outdoor group portraits of Cheyenne, Arapaho, Osage, Kiowa, Sioux, Pawnee, and Comanche Indians
Museum of the Great Plains
Chiefly images of Kiowa and Comanche Indians including individual and group portraits, U.S. Army's 7th Cavalry, Kiowa and Comanche camp scenes, and parades
Yale University
Promulgates the text of an agreement between Gen. J.B. Sanborn and the chiefs of the Kiowa, Apache and Comanche Indians. Signed; William T. Kittredge, Asst. adjt. gen
Yale University
Circular from the governor of Coahuila and Texas transmitting a letter from the commandant of the Estados Internos relating to defense of the frontier against the Comanche Indians