William Henry Jackson photographic print of Jackson Br.'s Photographers sign, 1868
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Photographic print of a sketch framed by a painted sign swung out from Cor of Douglas and 15th St Omaha of two Native Americans fighting on horseback. On back is a rough sketch of seven Native Americans also on horseback. Includes initials and holographic inscription by Jackson. In Time Exposure, Jackson notes that this Omaha shingle was taken from "When Pawnee Meets Sioux" by F.O.C. Darley.
- Other: 1868
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1 photograph : ink, wash, tempera on albumen print on card stock ; 17 x 12.5 cm
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