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Iron Eyes Cody and Jerry Elliott

Description: Photograph of Iron Eyes Cody and Jerry Elliott at Cody's home in Los Angeles, CA, after Cody gave Elliott a Pipe Tomahawk. The "War Shirt," worn by Elliott, once belonged to Chief Joseph Nez Perce. Cody said the pipe is an example of "burying the hatchet" because the tomahawk represents war and the pipe end represents peace, c. 1958-1989.
Date: 1958~/1989~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Iron Eyes Cody and Jerry Elliott

Description: Photograph of Iron Eyes Cody presenting a pipe to Jerry Elliott at Cody's home in Los Angeles, CA. The "War Shirt," worn by Elliott, once belonged to Chief Joseph Nez Perce. The Head Dress was made by Cody and worn in a movie by Cecil Demille, c. 1958-1989.
Date: 1958~/1989~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society
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