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    • Ute Indians dancing

    • Native American Utes dance wearing feather headdresses and kilts; one holds a shield. Musicians wear western hats and sit to the side with white spectators near automobiles.
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    • 1932 November 8
    • Real Sioux Indians

    • Old Man Spotted Owl and Charles Little Boy, Native American Dakota men, from Pine Ridge, South Dakota, pose outside a tepee while on tour in Europe. They wear feather headdresses, buckskin shirt and cotton shirts, leggings and moccasins.
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    • 1935
    • He-wan-jee-cha

    • Head and shoulders portrait of He-wan-jee-cha, a Native American Sioux man wearing a feather headdress, hair pipe breastplate and wrapped braids.
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    • 1934
    • Chief Tyhee of the Bannocks

    • Standing portrait of Chief Tynee, Native American Bannock, on a boardwalk of a clapboard building. He wears a headdress, hair pipe breastplate, leggings, kilt, moccasins and gauntlets.
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    • [between 1930 and 1940?]
    • Goisute [sic] Indian woman

    • A Native American (Gosiute) woman carries a bundle of brush near a tepee probably in Utah. She wears a blanket.
    • Masters, Joseph G., 1873-
    • [between 1934 and 1936]
    • Magpie

    • Magpie, a Native American (Cheyenne) man poses outdoors and shakes a white man's hand. He wears beaded moccasins, fringed leggings, hair pipe breastplate, and feather headdress. He poses near a U. S. flag.
    • Masters, Joseph G., 1873-
    • [1935]
    • Wayne Wolf-Robe, Sioux Indian

    • Standing studio portrait of a Native American (Sioux) man, identified as Wayne Wolf-Robe. He wears moccasins, beaded, fringed leggings, breech cloth, vest, arm bands, kerchief, face paint, and headdress.
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    • 1930
    • Little Moon

    • Standing outdoor portrait of Little Moon, an elderly Native American Sioux man, wearing a long-sleeved shirt, trousers, and sunglasses; holding his hat and walking stick.
    • Masters, Joseph G., 1873-
    • [1936?]
    • Little Raven

    • Portrait of Native American (Arapahoe) Little Raven; he wears a feather headdress, green scarf, beaded vest and arm band, and holds a pipe.
    • Lindneux, Robert.
    • [between 1930 and 1939]
    • Little Moon

    • Standing three-quarters outdoor portrait of Little Moon, an elderly Native American Sioux man, wearing a long-sleeved shirt and trousers.
    • Masters, Joseph G., 1873-
    • [1936?]
    • Mark Spider, Sioux Indian, in Custer Battle

    • Standing portrait of Mark Spider, an elderly Native American Sioux man who fought in the Little Bighorn, wrapped in a blanket, wearing a feather headdress and a hair pipe breastplate.
    • Masters, Joseph G., 1873-
    • August 1936
    • Mark Spider, in Custer Battle

    • Standing portrait of Mark Spider, an elderly Native American Sioux man who fought in the Little Bighorn, wrapped in a blanket, wearing a feather headdress and a hair pipe breastplate.
    • Masters, Joseph G., 1873-
    • 1936
    • Indian woman with striped blanket.

    • Outdoor seated portrait of a Native American (Navajo) woman. She wears a striped shawl with fringe over her shoulders; several beaded necklaces; silver and turquoise pins, bracelet and ring; a burgundy blouse, and a blue skirt. Her hands are...
    • Parkhurst, T. Harmon.
    • [between 1930 and 1935?]
    • Chief Tendoy's son Ft. Hall Reservation

    • Studio portrait (sitting, profile) of Chief Tendoy's son, a Native American (Shoshone) man. He wears a fur armband and a feather headdress decorated with fur and holds a wooden staff decorated with feathers.
    • C. S. Photo.
    • 1931
    • Navajo weaver

    • Seated studio portrait of a Native American (Navajo) woman. She wears a velvet burgundy blouse with silver buttons and silver studs on the collar and front, a dark skirt, and a concho belt. Her hair is pulled back and she has a striped wool blanket...
    • Parkhurst, T. Harmon.
    • [1931?]
    • A Navajo type study

    • Seated studio portrait of a young Native American (Navajo) woman. She wears a striped blanket over one shoulder and a scarf around the other; a dark blouse with a silver studded collar and studs and silver pins down the front; several beaded...
    • Parkhurst, T. Harmon.
    • [1931?]
    • Old Indian woman

    • Seated studio portrait of an elderly Native American (Navajo) woman. She wears a striped, wool blanket over her shoulders, a blouse with coin buttons, bead necklaces, and silver and turquoise bracelets.
    • Parkhurst, T. Harmon.
    • [1931?]
    • Navajo man

    • A Native American (Navajo) man bridles a horse in either New Mexico or Arizona. He wears a concho belt and a wide-brimmed hat. A blanket and a cloth bag are tied to the horse. Other horses and a man on horseback are in the distance.
    • Wolle, Muriel Sibell, 1898-1977.
    • [between 1930 and 1940]
    • Buckskin Charly [sic]

    • Standing portrait of Buckskin Charlie, a Native American man (Ute), costume includes a jacket with applique horses and fringe, eyeglasses, a felt hat, and beaded moccasins.
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    • 1932 November 8
    • Buckskin Charly [sic]

    • Standing portrait of Buckskin Charlie, a Native American man (Ute), costume includes a blanket, eyeglasses, and a felt hat; also shows women.
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    • 1932 November 8
    • Buckskin Charly [sic] watching Bear Dance

    • View of Buckskin Charlie, a Native American man (Ute); costume includes a fringed jacket and felt hat; also shows women and an infant in a cradleboard.
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    • 1932 November 8
    • Buckskin Charly [sic]

    • Standing portrait of Native Americans (Ute) (l to r): Francis Buck, Buckskin Charly, and Sunshine Cloud; costume includes shawls, fringe, shells, eyeglasses, and a felt hat.
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    • 1932 November 8
    • Ouray's fireplace

    • Interior view of the cabin belonging to Chief Ouray and his wife Chipeta, shows a small fireplace built by Ouray. It is surrounded by debris and is cracked in places.
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    • [1932?]
    • John Duncan Ute Indian

    • Portrait of John Duncan, a Native American (Ute) man on a horse; costume includes a feather headdress, beaded vest, necklaces, and a beaded sash.
    • Thome.
    • 1933
    • John Duncan in dancing costume

    • Standing portrait of John Duncan, a Native American man (Ute), wearing necklaces, a horn headdress, and beaded gloves, buckskin shirt, leggings, breechcloth, and moccasins.
    • Thome.
    • 1933
    • Wa-Me-Burt, Omaha Indian

    • Three-quarter standing portrait of Wa-Me-Burt, a Native American Omaha man, wrapped in a blanket and wearing a shirt, neck scarf, feather headdress, fur bandolier, with metals, and holding a feather wing fan.
    • Masters, Joseph G., 1873-
    • August 1936
    • Wa-Me-Burt, Omaha Indian

    • Outdoor standing portrait of Wa-Me-Burt, a Native American Omaha man, wrapped in a blanket and wearing leggings, shirt, moccasins, neck scarf, feather headdress, fur bandolier, medals, and holding a feather wing fan.
    • Masters, Joseph G., 1873-
    • August 1936
    • Thunder Mountain, Zuni

    • View of Towayalane (or Thunder Mountain) from the Native American Zuni pueblo in New Mexico.
    • Masters, Joseph G., 1873-
    • [between 1934 and 1936?]

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