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Indians of North America -- Pictorial works

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 7 Collections and/or Records:

Emigrants pioneering west

 Collection — Multiple Containers
Identifier: MSS 2724
Scope and Contents

This item is a photographic reproduction of Otto Jacobi's painting, Emigrants pioneering west, by the William Notman Studio. The print appeared in a book of photographic selections by William Notman in 1865, though the painting itself is now gone.

Dates: approximately 1865

W. H. D. Koerner painting

 File — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197230233618]
Identifier: MSS SC 30
Scope and Contents

Reproduction of a painting of two Indians on the cover of the "Saturday Evening Post" for 3 March 1934, vol. 206 number 36.

Dates: approximately 1934

The photograph and the American Indian

 Collection — Folder 1: [Barcode: 31197233598918]
Identifier: MSS P 546
Scope and Contents Postcard reproductions of photographs from the Princeton Collections of Western Americana related to an exhibition by the Princeton University Library, October 13, 1985 to January 5, 1986. The images consist primarily of studio portraits of Native American individuals, 1852-1985.Identified individual studio portraits include Charles Keokuk, a Sac and Fox; Little Crow, a Mdewakanton; Magashapa, a Blackfeet Dakota; Man Who Packs the Eagle, a Cut Head Dakota; Rushing War Eagle, a...
Dates: Publication: 1985


 Digital Record
Identifier: MSS_1608_p66_b5_f8_766a

Rendezvous, approximately 1930-1941

 Item — Box 7: Series 2 [Barcode: 31197233621926], Folder: 8
Identifier: MSS 1608 Series 2 Item 766

William Henry Jackson photographic print of Jackson Br.'s Photographers sign, 1868

 Item — Box 3: Series 2 [Barcode: 31197233621884], Folder: 1
Identifier: MSS 1608 Series 2 Item 2
Scope and Contents note

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.

Dates: Other: 1868