Photograph of "Leading Fox's Mudlodge". (Identification provided by Evan Tonsing per Mrs. J.H. Hale.) Man, two women, two children and three dogs posed in front of home made of earth and some wood.
5024. Thomas N. Athey Collection.
Photograph of four Pawnee women and two children (infants) in front of teepee (tipi)and another shelter covered with hide (leather). One woman is preparing hide (animal skin) for tanning or drying. Dogs or puppies are standing on the hide.
A photograph of Gordon W. Lillie "Pawnee Bill". This studio portrait features him as a young man, wearing a dark overcoat and corduroy suit. He has a large silk tie and tie pin on. He also wears a tan Stetson hat.
A photograph of Gordon W. Lillie "Pawnee Bill". This studio portrait features him as a young man wearing a Mexican inspired Wild West Show costume. His coat is cut in the vaquero style with lace and bead work.
Photograph Of Darlington "Barkers Store & Murphy Hotel, 1886." (Little Boys On Porch: Seated - Millar Woodson Hickox, Standing - Joseph O. Hickox, Jr. Store Owned By T.T. Suttle & Joseph O. Hickox, Sr.), 1886
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