Ten originally matted photographs relating to Indians of North America including the Kiowa, Apache, and Wichita and the Oklahoma Territory. Six negatives available. Persons represented include Geronimo
Three hundred ninety-seven glass plate negatives stored in thirteen negative boxes. Glass plate negative inventory includes broad visual descriptions with some individuals identified; numbered and divided into the following fifteen categories: 1-30. Vehicles; 31-35. Indoor scenes without people; 36-97. Indoor portraits; 98-103. Indoor activity; 104-123. Scenic; 124-136. Street scenes; 137-138. Indians; 139-142. Military; 143-157. Animals; 158-165. Novelties (printed item); 166-196: farm.; 197-219. Structures; 220-282. Outdoor activity; 283-395; 396-398. Misc. Persons represented include William J. Bryan, George Kawitsky, Lula Gaspar, Maggie Delke, Mary Morrison, Tom Sherrif, and Rev. Boniface Beri. Topics in photographs include family and social life in Oklahoma, Indians of North America, farms and agriculture, military life, wildlife, and buildings and architecture
Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories (U.S.).
Album of photographs of Indians of North America assembled in 1876 from images in the collection of the United States Geological and Geographical Survey of the Territories. The images in the photographs were originally created ca. 1868-1876, and consist primarily of portraiture of male delegates to the United States with occasional images of women and children. The images were created for ethnographic portfolios of the Blackmore Museum, Salisbury, England. A few images show individuals with mixed descent and interpreters
SCOPE AND CONTENT NOTE This manuscript collection consists of materials relating to the career of Dr. John L. Champe. It is composed of four distinct groups of materials that are listed as subgroups. These subgroups are 1) Indian Claims Litigation; 2) Archaeological Materials; 3) Miscellaneous; and 4) Maps. Each of these subgroups is arranged in series and each series into subseries (SS) based on material content (refer to RG2003.AM Champe Collection Outline). The first subgroup, Indian Claims L ...
Montana Historical Society Research Center - Archives and Photograph Archives
Joseph Kinsey Howard (1906-1951) was a Great Falls, Montana, author, newspaperman, and historian. The collection (1927-1954) consists of correspondence about the publication of his books, various subject files on professional activities such as the Montana Study, and research files for his articles and books, especially for Strange Empire about the Metis.