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Description: Studio portrait of Bashicta-Nogueb (High Up In The Sky), called Charles Sucker, in partial native dress with ornaments. Part of Algonquian and Chippewa Tri...
Description: Studio portrait of Tabaiwatang or De-Bwawen-Dunk (Sound of Eating), called John, in partial native dress with ornaments and fan. Part of Algonquian and Chi...
Description: Studio portrait of Yankton Dakota man, Canhdeska Tawa (His Hoop). Part of Siouan (Sioux) and Yankton Tribes.
Description: Studio portrait of Chief Albert Waters, successor to Chief Joseph, in native dress with headdress and ornaments. Part of Shahaptian and Nez-Perce Tribes.
Description: Senators Wiley (Wisconsin), Robertson (Virginia), and Jordan (North Carolina) posing with a round of blue cheese.
Date: 1900 ca.
Description: Studio portrait of Tah-He-Rus-Sah-We-Cha (Sitting Bull), priest, Pawnee.
Part of Caddoan and Pawnee Tribes.
Description: Studio portrait of Yumapeima (Grizzly Bear in the Center) in partial native dress with ornaments. Part of Shahaptian and Umatilla Tribes.
Description: Senator Alexander Wiley and President Eisenhower.
Description: Studio portrait of Yumyekalimpt, called Jesse Stevens, Interpreter for Ahlakat, in partial native dress with headdress and ornaments. Part of Shahaptian an...
Description: Studio portrait of Chief of Loafer Band, Tasemke-Tokeco, called Paul Strange Horse, in native dress with peace medal, headdress, breastplate and holding ba...
Description: Studio portrait (Front) of Midriff or Diaphragm in partial native dress with peace medal, headdress and ornaments. Part of Algonquian and Chippewa Tribes.
Date: 1948-04-10 before
Description: Menu souvenir, mounted on board, of a "They Went Then Till They Came to the Delectable Mountains" cartoon by Clifford K. Berryman for the spring dinner of...
Description: Studio portrait of Ewi-Au (Sleepy Eyes), also named Billy McKay. Part of Shahaptian and Umatilla Tribes
Description: Congressman David Obey of Wisconsin leans over to confer with Congressman Tim Wirth during a meeting of the House Budget Committee. Obey's aide Scott Lill...
Date: date unknown
Description: Congressman David R. Obey and his blue grass band, the Capitol Offenses, performed at many political events. It is no accident that the band chose this spo...
Description: Studio portrait of Chief of Loafer Band, Ta-Semke-Tokeco, Called Paul Strange Horse, in native dress with headdress, ornaments and peace medal. Part of Sio...
Description: Profile studio portrait of Yumyekalimpt, called Jesse Stevens, Interpreter For Ahlakat, in partial native dress with headdress. Part of Shahaptian and Nez-...
Description: President Richard Nixon meeting with his cabinet in the White House. Secretary of Defense Melvin Laird, originally from Marshfield, Wisconsin, is to his l...
Description: Robert and Geraldine Novak with President and Mrs. George W. Bush at a holiday reception at the White House.
Description: Scott Lilly, a senior policy adviser to Congressman David R. Obey, who formed the Capitol Offenses, a blue grass band with which Obey also played.
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