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Paul Red Eagle

Description: Photograph post card of Osage Indian Paul Red Eagle.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

White Eagle's Daughter

Description: Photograph of Ponca Indian woman "White Eagle's Daughter". Post Card, 1908, printed c. 1910-1918.
Date: 1908~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A Lone Bison

Description: Photograph of a lone bison in Pawnee, OK.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Osage Man

Description: Photograph of an Osage Indian man. Post Card, printed c.1918-1922.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Creator: Love, H. T.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bison on the Ranch

Description: Photograph of bison on the Pawnee Bill Buffalo Ranch.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Coweta Indians

Description: Photograph of two unidentifiedentified Creek Indians. View includes the name Ben Wahcocha.
Date: 1917~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Osage Warriors

Description: Photograph of Osage Indian warriors left to right, seated are an unidentified person an Labon Miles. Standing are an unidentified person, Black Bird. Printed c. 1918-1922.
Date: 1903~
Creator: Drum, Oscar
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Osage Indian Child

Description: Photograph post card of an Osage Indian child in traditional Indian clothes. Printed c. 1910-1915.
Date: 1910~/1915~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Stacey Matlock

Description: Photograph of Pawnee Indian Chief Stacey Matlock wearing Akdar Shrine Fez, 1898.
Date: 1898~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Red Corn and Wife

Description: Photograph post card of Osage Indian Red Corn and his wife.
Date: 1910~/1918~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Osage Tribal Council

Description: Photograph of the 1917-1918 Osage Indians' Tribal Council.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Joe Miller-Osage Indian in France

Description: Photograph of Osage Indian Joe Miller during the First World War. He was in nine battles and was wounded six times.
Date: 1920~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Three Osage Women

Description: Photograph of three Osage Indian Women. Post Card, printed c.1918-1922.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Creator: Love, H. T.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Gordon Lillie

Description: Photograph of Gordon Lillie of Pawnee.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bacon Rind & Family

Description: Photograph of Osage Indian Bacon Rind and his family.
Date: 1918~/1919~
Creator: Boag, William J.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Five Osage Women

Description: Photograph of five Osage Indian women. Seated left to right are Mrs. Clarence Gray, unidentifiedentified person, Mrs. Gray's Mother. Standing are two unidentifiedentified people.
Date: 1918~/1919~
Creator: Drum, Oscar
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Medicine Man No. 25

Description: Photograph of Osage Indian Medicine Man No. 25. Post Card, printed c. 1918-1922.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

A Male Member of the Young Family

Description: Photograph of Pawnee Indian Brigham or Phillip Young. Post Card, printed c.1918-1919.
Date: 1918~/1919~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Hes-Kah-Moie & Squaw

Description: Photograph of Osage Indian Hes-Kah-Moie and a woman. Copyrighted 1906. Post Card, printed c.1918-1922.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Bison in the Field

Description: Photograph of bison standing in a field in Wichita National Forest in Southwestern Oklahoma.
Date: unknown
Creator: Love, H. J.
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Sam H. Harris

Description: Photograph of Sam H. Harris, from Oklahoma City, OK, attorney and one time Chairman of the Game and Fish Department, 1906.
Date: 1906~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Buffalo Calves

Description: Photograph of bison calves at the Wichita National Forest.
Date: unknown
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Two Pawnee Indians

Description: Photograph of two Pawnee Indians, from left to right are Roaming Chief, who is about 7' tall, and Gordon Lillie.
Date: 1904~
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society

Pah-Ehunkah

Description: Photograph post card of Pah-Ehunkah, an Osage Indian woman.
Date: 1918~/1922~
Creator: Drum, Oscar
Partner: Oklahoma Historical Society